I was wondering if I could get some feedback on a new story idea I've had. Don't worry, I'm not quiting The Sword (if you care, or even know about it for that matter)- far from it! This is just something to work on in my spare time. Here is the basic plot: A boy, on his sixteenth birthday, his coming of age, decides to move out and continue his life in the woods, living off the land. Hardly a day passes, though, before the boy is caught by a pack of werewolves, and taken captive for trespassing on their territory. Before they can execute him, though, the boy manages to kill a werewolf from another pack, and, in doing so, save the alpha's five year old daughter. After that, the alpha agrees to spare the boy's life and let him join the pack. Though reluctant at first, the boy soon comes to accept the werewolves for what they are, and they begin to accept him. He even makes the decision that he, too, would like to be a werewolf. The pack has it's doubts, though, about whether he is worthy or not, so they make him a deal. They will train him in their ways, and, if deemed worthy, he will be given a vial of werewolf blood to drink at the next three full moons. Unlike being bitten, it takes three mouthfuls of werewolf blood to fully transform you. With ever mouthful you drink, you are able to transform 1/3 further. After drinking, he will be stuck in that form for a month, until the next full moon, after which he be able to turn human again and drink another vial. Sorry, I got carried away there. It's just that I LOVE THIS IDEA!!!1! Please tell me what you do/don't like about it, and how it could possibly be made better.