Wolf-God, Sosondowa (Iroquois name), Hokewingla (Dakota), Pokanghoya (Hopi), Uyuuyewe (Sia), Great Manitou, Wakan Tanka, Great Spirit of the Cheyenne
Base Of Operations
Shipolo (Anasazi Heaven); often manifests at Ka' Kai-Bia, the sacred Indian burial ground (presumably in Arizona) where the 'body' of the first Red Wolf resides.
Owayodata was the son of the
Native American god E-bangishimog, god of the west wind, and of the mortal woman who would later become the goddess of nourishment.
The god of the hunt, Owayadata was primarily worshiped by the
He empowered his champion
Red Wolf. 
Powers and Abilities
Owayodata in the modern era can only affect
Earth through his champion, Red Wolf.
His personal weapon is a coup stick (a six-foot wooden staff) that can be used like a quarterstaff (for defensive purposes), or offensively like a javelin. That javelin is a symbol of his powers, and have been wielded by all the
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