I was talking to Sugar N. Spice and he posed the question of how a werewolf's attrivutes should be posed to the reader. I thought it would be fun to have a thread to discuss the concept of Werewolf characters. I don't think there's a "bad" way to show a werewolves attrivutes. Just different ways. It may also depend ont he attributes you want to portray. There were lots of ways show a werewolf's... werewolfness... Werewolves have been portrayed a number of ways. Theres the good old monster werewolf who just kills everything and who may or may not be in control of themselves and might be hunted by their actions. There's also the normal werewolf who tries to hide who they are and struggles with their unnatural ability. There are numerous ways to paly with these ideas and concepts and the werewolf is an excellent character to explore concepts of humanity, nature, animals, instinct, adn other related subjects. None of them are really wrong IMO, but of course everyone has preferences. So I pose the question: How do you think a werewolf should be portrayed? How do they interact with others, werewolf and human, and what stuggles do they face? I like the kind of werewolf who is obsessed with surviving and finding a place for him or herself in the world. Naturally in a world dominated by humans this can be a little difficult. The werewolf not only has to deal with his or her own nature and how it effects their rols in the world, but they also have to face the feral desires and instincts within them and desperately hold on to what makes them Human.