Týr (Tyr)

Týr is the god of war and justice, known for his bravery and commitment to maintaining order. He is often associated with law and heroic glory. Týr's most notable myth involves his binding of the great wolf Fenrir. To secure the wolf, Týr places his hand in Fenrir's mouth as a pledge of good faith, resulting in his hand being bitten off when the wolf realizes he has been tricked. This act of sacrifice underscores Týr's role as a protector of justice and honor.