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Weres
Weres
Species Information
Status
  • Extant
  • Endangered
Related species
Season(s)
  • TBA

Weres are the descendants of the four familiars of the ancient Witch Ialana.

Creation

In the year 567BC in Gaelic Albion (Britain) , The Witch Ialana had four animal familiars, she had a Wolf Aulnen, a Fox Ipulven, an Owl Vinan and a Cat Ilefa. She used magic to turn her familiars into Human forms to serve her temporarily, but the spell went awry and the familiars were trapped forever in Human form except on a night of a full moon when their primal savagery would manifest in monstrous forms.  Ialana tried to break the curse but she could not, she accidentally created four new supernatural species. The Full Moon temporarily releases the curse and all the pent up primal rage and instinct. They four eventually adapted to lives in Human form, they learned to speak and took Humans for their wives and passed the curse along on to the children and so the four species of Weres were born. The curse would only manifest itself onto one of their descendants if one of them takes a life, Human or Animal alike.

History

The Four Species of Weres have warred with eachother over the years and hate each other bitterly, except for the Foxes and the Owls. they have an understanding.

Physiology

Food

Nature

Society and Culture

Powers and Abilities

Weaknesses

Known Weres

Werewolves

Werefoxes

Wereowls

Werecats

See Also

Content
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