I fell through the clouds, the air getting warmer. Asgard had appointed me to attain fenrir in his place. They told me to secure him, now that he was free from his chains. After meeting with Odin himself in his palace, he trusted me to do whatever was needed to fenrir, so he would not run free. He gave me a sword as sharp as a blade of light, as big as a boulder, and as light as a feather. He gave me armour as bright as a hundred stars, and it was as flexible as if I wore air itself. And last, he gave me a bow of silver and arrows with golden heads.
He had brought me to the planet of Fenrir, and dropped me though the night. I passed the dark and fell into the clouds, the air getting warmer. I wondered if I had fallen through the soil and had arrived at Valhalla, but it was actually Valhalla spewing out at me.
As I fell, I saw Fenrir and noticed how he had broken the chains and was furious, I suppose he noticed how the gods had tricked him over and over with the chains. I aimed at him, and after soaring down from Asgard, I hit Fenrir’s fur with such an impact he fell the the ground. I stayed on his fur and got to the top of his head. He knew something was on him, he just didn’t know it was me.
I was sent to fix the chains since I was the only person who was brave enough. No mortal was strong enough, and no god was brave enough, so I, a demigod that stumbled upon Asgard years ago, was chosen.
There was no way to fix the chains or add others, since Fenrir was too big for me to tie them, and he wouldn’t let me do them anyways.
I slid from his skull to his nose, and grabbed it so he stay still. He looked at me, cross eyed, and I said:
“I am Romand, man who kills the beast. I am Romand, and you shall never see light again!” I grabbed the bow and arrow and shot an arrow in each of his eyes. Then I grabbed the sword and cut his ears. I jumped off his head and when I got under him, I threw the sword into his chest, stabbing him in the heart. He fell on his back and I pulled the sword out. He howled and then his body shrank to the size of a dog, and his corpse fell flat. A light shined in the sky above, and I was floating to it.