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Like the brand on each palm, so should the Doctrine sear itself into your being. These rules have built a foundation for all Finishers to stand upon. 2,763 more words


Exclusive: The "Beast Mode" Interview

“Beast Mode” is one of the most important tools in the obstacle course racer’s arsenal of course-tackling paraphernalia. In fact, next to shoes with good treads, mustard, and abs of steel, beast mode is arguably the only thing separating a racer from ignominious death, or sadness, or at least flatulence. 790 more words


Reverse werewolf

Everyone knows what a werewolf is,

Come full moon it’s a person with a frizz,

Abnormal salivating and quite big teeth,

Which are usually hidden in their sheath. 115 more words

Rhyming Story



Kitsune, or fox folk, are vulpine shapeshifters known for their love of both trickery and art. Kitsune possess two forms: that of an attractive human of slender build with salient eyes, and their true form of an anthropomorphic fox. 72 more words

Creatures Of Esperia

Werewolf Week, Augustine Edition, nos quid dicamus?

In discussing tales of Diomedes’ companions being turned into birds, Augustine in De Civitate Dei (City of God) discusses werewolves (18.17, the full text… 419 more words

Werewolf Week, Fantastic Friday Edition: Herotodus's Lycanthropic Tribe

This week we’ve mentioned therapeutic treatments for lycanthropy, the ritual origins of some Greek beliefs, and a Roman ghost story from Petronius.  But we have so far overlooked the earliest reference to werewolves from classical antiquity, Herodotus’ description of the Neuroi. 183 more words


Werewolf Week, Therapeutic Thursday: Greek Medical Treatises on Lycanthropy

This week in honor of Halloween and a break between projects, I have bowed to an obsession with lycanthropy. In my searching, I discovered a trove of ancient Greek medical treatises on the diagnosing and treatment of the disease… 1,637 more words