"A muzzle on a werewolf will never tame its bite / Whose jaws retract / With fangs intact / Enraged, to prowl the night." - Kurt Philip Behm
Werewolf heavily engages the following themes:
- Moral Ambiguity
- Dominance and Violence
- Obligation and Desire
- Isolation and Integration
- Predator and Prey
- One Foot in Each World
Werewolf is a sphere of dualities, which will feature prominently in the stories we tell here. The birthright of the People is to be renowned for their deeds in the Great Hunt, and to balance the tension of their ephemeral duties against their material lives, dreams, desires, and wants. It won't be clean. It won't be easy. But it can be glorious.
- History: A brief history of the People in New York.
- Timeline: A timeline of recent events.
- Shadow Locations and Material Locations in New York that are relevant to the People.
- Spirit Courts and Spirits: A partial and ambitious codex of spirits that populate the Hisil.
- Bestiary: Horrors, monsters, and rumors that populate New York.
- Other Cities: Information on werewolves in notable cities near New York.
- Wolfen (Movie, 1981)
- An American Werewolf in London (Movie, 1981)
- Ginger Snaps (Movie, 2000, Watch on YouTube for free)
- Dog Soldiers (Movie, 2002, Watch on YouTube for free)
- The Wolfman (Movie, 2010)
- Wer (Movie, 2013)
- Love, Death & Robots episode 10: Shape-Shifters (TV, 2019)
- The Wolf of Snow Hollow (Movie, 2020)