Triss Winterdusk

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Triss Winterdusk, also known as Triss Wolfenhaut (born June 1, 1983 in Portland, Oregon, USA), is a furry fan who still lives in Portland, Oregon.[1]


Born in the Portland metro area on June 1, 1983, he has lived all but a few years in the area. In addition to Portland, Triss has made his home for brief times in Michigan, Montana, and Missouri.

He was active in the game Second Life for a time, mostly around 2009, known as Triss Wolfenhaut. He was best known as an online DJ for the in-game club venue The Ark, located at the time within a holding of FurNation Worlds.

As of 2014, Triss attends college full time with the goal of joining the medical field as a Radiologist. Whatever free time that isn't spent on furry events, he spends on an active social life, or relaxing at home with his purebred Siberian Husky, Lil.

Fandom involvement[edit]

Triss has been a furry since about 2000, and part of the Portland furry community since 2003.[2] He began hosting and co-hosting events himself in 2010.

He is a founding staff member of Furlandia, and acted officially as Volunteer Coordinator[2] in its first year, though took on several other operational roles as needed. His role for 2014 is that of Co-Chairman along with Gene Armstrong. Triss is also a staff member of RainFurrest as of 2013, acting as assistant and shadow to the Chairman.

Triss is one of the leading event organizers of the Portland furry scene, among a handful of others, as well as a co-founder of the PDXFurs Nonprofit Organization.

Triss has played the furry MMO Furcadia off and on since 2000, known there primarily as Triss D'Vichy. For most of 2006 and 2007 he was the Manager of The Golden Tether, the game's most popular roleplay community, or Dream as the player built worlds are referred to.


His fursona is a violet and white Husky.[3]

Convention attendance[edit]

He enjoys attending other furry conventions as often as possible, and regularly tries to attend Anthrocon, RainFurrest, and Campfire Tails. He attended the first year of BLFC.


  1. Triss Winterdusk's profile on Twitter. Retrieved April 2, 2013.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Triss Winterdusk's bio on the staff page of Furlandia. Retrieved April 2, 2013.
  3. Triss Winterdusk's profile on Fur Affinity. Retrieved April 2, 2013.

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