EDIT 1/24/11: FINALLY updated!!! I've been wanting to do this for over a year and I finally got the motivation to do so! I think the improvement was definitely needed!
Credit for the feral (wolf) form goes to . I used her free wolf template: fav.me/d36n7hl Thanks!
EDIT 12/12/14: You can finally color the male and female linearts!!!
Anyways, I hope you enjoy! I really had fun re-doing this! I'm surprised and honored at how popular this guide has become, so thank you all so very much for your support!
Werewolves 101Werewolves 101 (according to me)
They are simply humans with the ability to shift into a werewolf or wolf. To some, its the other way around. The human is actually their mask, or camouflage. It is what keeps them safe from man (who they believe are the real enemies), though not all werewolves believe in this.
Werewolves have two basic forms, the feral (wolf) form, which is the natural wolf to blend in better with nature and their ancestors, then there is the anthro form, which is the bipedal werewolf form.
Werewolves take pride in their heritage and prefer to live in the wild like their ancestors, the wolves, do. Some prefer to live in packs, others on their own. They need to stay safe from humanity and their identities must be kept secret.
According to very old legends,
Here is an interesting look in the "evolution" of this deviation:
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Sounds good to me!
Wow this is very detailed.