The Weird, The Wyrd, and The Aesir
The one-handed Tyr, God of justice and war, is the son of Odin. For a brief time, before he lost his hand, he was chief of the Aesir. Sturdy, well built, but rarely laughing, he regards the World with turquoise eyes. He gave his right hand to Fenris so that the great wolf would agree to be bound, and the wolf bit it off. Yet only by sacrificing Tyr’s hand could the Aesir constrain their greatest enemy.
He is always on the right side of the question, a thoughtful and careful observer of what is just and good in the long run. His stance often makes him wildly unpopular.