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Comment by ѕυяνιναℓ σf тнє ωσяѕт✝ on October 12, 2013 at 4:46pm
Comment by ѕυяνιναℓ σf тнє ωσяѕт✝ on July 10, 2013 at 3:22pm

Standard Werewolves:

  • Much larger and taller in their werewolf form, vary from 6'0 (shortest) to 10'6" (tallest). Their weight goes from approximately 200 pounds to over 450 pounds, depending on the person. In their human skins, they are much smaller and much weaker. In their human bodies, they are about average to humans, maybe being a bit taller than most
  • Are much more human like (able to stand on two legs)
  • Heightened senses, much better than humans and slightly better than vampires
  • Some develop special abilities (commonly physically or mentally; rarity for other types of abilities)
  • Reproduce via bite, from contact with bodily fluids (blood, etc) & from pacts with the Devil
  • Alive creatures
  • Can sexually reproduce with their own species and with humans as well
  • Their eyes usually stay the same through any of their emotions or behaviors. Their eyes are usually much darker and duller than their altered counterparts.
  • Are more emotionally and physically stable than altered werewolves
  • Are much more powerful when they battle when driven on rage since they aren't necessarily pushed to their limits all the time
  • Cry normally and sweat normally due to being alive and function like normal human beings in their human skins
  • Are able to go out during the day and age much slower than humans
  • Can be killed with silver (bullets are most convenient), by decapitation, piercing of the heart, etc. 
  • They must transform during the full moon and transform at will as well. Depending on how strong they are, usually they hurt their human forms when they change without the moon unless they are very strong or trained for a long time to be able to painlessly change by will.
  • Wolfsbane acts as a repellent and helps slow down or stop their changing process for a few hours.
  • They do not have beauty or attractiveness that stands out like vampires as a whole species but some do
Comment by ѕυяνιναℓ σf тнє ωσяѕт✝ on July 10, 2013 at 3:17pm

Altered Werewolves:

  • Much taller and larger in their werewolf forms and even bigger than standard werewolves. Heights can range from 12'0 (shortest) to over 18'0 (tallest). Their weight is even larger, for they can be from 500 to over 750 pounds. In their humans skins, they are usually more drastically taller than humans, usually 4-5 inches taller
  • Are human like as well (can stand on two legs) 
  • Heightened senses, much better than all three species combined
  • Do not develop special abilities but most have resistance towards silver and have incredible healing rates
  • Are not able to reproduce after altercations at all
  • Alive creatures
  • Eyes do not change due to emotions or behaviors but are most commonly gold and bright due to recessive genes being dominant in their DNA
  • Unstable physically and emotionally. They lose all human morals and conscience once they change
  • Are weaker when driven by rage to battle since they are always pushed to their limits in testing. Usually they are much more powerful battling without a drive or emotion
  • Cry normally and sweat normally due to being alive and function like normal human beings in their human skins
  • Are able to go out during the day and age much slower than humans
  • Can be killed by decapitation, piercing the heart, setting them on fire. Silver doesn't harm them as much as it harms normal werewolves. Are also not affected by wolfsbane
  • They must transform during the full moon and can also change at their own will. Due to being so large, the changing is much more painful for them and it takes longer for them to change rather than regular werewolves
  • They do not have beauty or attractiveness that stands out like vampires do but some do

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