A new pack of wolves had entered the town of Newrose, ME and right away, their Ulfric threatened the long-established Dionne pack. Unknown to the human community, there was a war brewing between the two packs; a war to run the town, leaving the other inhuman beings to take sides. It was safe to say that most of the two packs hated one another. But they were not all like that. Some found a strange sense of comfort with the members of the so-called enemy. But was thing was certain: This means war.
Oct. 09, 2012
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+ Werewolves are slightly larger than normal wolves, but not too much as they can be mistaken for everyday, run of the mill wolves.
+ Their fur coloring is typically the color of their hair, but there are very many wolves who have fur coats in other colors as well. However, all wolves have natural colors- browns, blacks, greys, white, etc.
+ A werewolf's eyes, when in their animal form, are always bright amber, though the shades themselves may vary from wolf to wolf. When in human form, that same color tends to bleed over their normal eye color when enraged.
+ During a full moon, all wolves shift into their animal shape. Forcing oneself not to do this mean extreme pain and, in rare cases, death. So doing so is not suggested. But apart from the full moon, werewolves can shift between forms whenever they choose.
+ There are no rouge wolves in Newrose. They all must belong to one of the two packs.
+ As they are stronger, faster, and have more heightened senses than humans, it takes much more to kill a wolf. But the most deadly thing to them is, of course, silver.
+ Female wolves must be careful when they become mothers. Shifting forms when pregnant is a dangerous thing to do, but it cannot be stopped. As such, expecting mothers need to be careful, as the risk of miscarriage is much higher than for human mothers. Lycanthrope babies are often born between six to eight months as opposed to the human nine months for this reason. In their first two years, they grow faster than human babies. They learn to walk and talk much sooner, and are a little bigger than human children.
(Other lycanthropic characters should follow these
rules as they fit as well, to the best of their abilities.)