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Notes on Lycanthropy

“The word “lycanthropy” originally referred to a mental illness — a delusion of being a werewolf. Today, many people use “lycanthropy” to mean “the ability to transform into a wolf” and “lycanthrope” to mean “werewolf” (How Werewolves Work).” 338 more words


Shiver by Maggie Stiefvater

I’ve really loved Stiefvater’s other works. She allows the plot to unfold gently and organically and populates her worlds with a wide assortment of colorful characters. 345 more words


Luna Love

my lady of the night sky

cycling from silver sliver

merest hint of a sphere

to illuminated entirety

symmetrical orb of purity

ultimate agency of femininity… 29 more words


Mythology Behind the Werewolf

The idea of werewolves, vampires and other shapeshifters is big business in modern culture with films and books making liberal use of the concepts.  And rightly, so, there is something fascinating about the idea of man who can voluntarily or involuntarily transform into a supernatural being of great strength and speed.  1,177 more words


"L is for... Lycanthrope" (poem)

There’s a werewolf
Deep inside of me!

Hairy hands
And hairy toes
Where I lead
Wolfy goes!


Ratling Scoundrel - A Lycanthropic Roguish Archetype for D&D 5th Edition

“Releeeaasssssse meee… I’m nottt pppppeetttt, I-I I m-m-mmmaaann-… Ssssmell pea-nutttt bu-tterr! *happy squeaking and munching.*”

– Scoldorn “Squeaky” Amberguard, Ex-Ratling Scoundrel; captured by an evil nobleman wizard and turned into a prisoner/”family pet.” 1,131 more words

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A Lycanthropic Easter

Okay, so we were going to talk about Easter, right? Yes, we were.

Easter was nice, to be honest. My brother (innerworld brother) came out just for the occasion. 502 more words

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