In the mythology of J.R.R Tolkien, the warg is the wolf of Rhovannian, allied
with the Orcs. The warg is larger than a regular wolf, and has a sort of verbal language.
As you might suspect, being allied with the orcs and all, they're not very nice creatures.
In the A Song of Ice and Fire
novels by George RR Martin, wargs are humans who
can enter the mind of a wolf.
However, this site has nothing to do these fictional works,
nor with the warg in Norse mythology. It is a personal domain owned by me, Fredrik Warg
who's only got my last name in common with the other kinds of wargs.
The almost embarassingly long history
warg.org is my third web home. The first was hosted by the
Ludd computer society
and was live from September of 1994,
back when the graphical browser was a brand new thing
(anyone else remembers NCSA Mosaic
just after the most hated HTML tag of all time, the <blink> tag
was inadvertently introduced.
The original page was replaced with the warg.nu domain in 1998, and from 2004 I've mainly used warg.org. Content has varied, and at the
moment it leans towards minimalism.
The information on this site is provided to you
"as is" without warranty of any kind. The entire risk as to the
use of the information is assumed by you.
The author specifically does not make
representations or endorsements, regarding the use of, the
results of, or correctness of the information (including but not limited
to it's appropriateness, accuracy, reliability, currentness, or otherwise.)
In no event
will the author be liable for direct, indirect, incidental or
consequential damages resulting from any defect in this information even
if it has been advised of the possibilities of such damages.
Nostalgia note: This is a sligthly modified disclaimer from an
Amiga tech manual.