In my story there are two types of "werewolves". Werewolves are the type you generally see in fiction, anthropomorphic wolves that change on the full moon, aversion to silver, etc. The other type are lycans, which are basically the "original wolves" in that they are descended from pagan witches that were gifted with the ability to change into large wolves. Lycans are natural. Werewolves, are a failed experiment in which people tried to make a man-made lycan. Now here's the thing, since the lycans descended from magic users, I was writing them with the idea of giving them some extra abilities here and there aside from the typical super strength and transformation. For example, one lycan can fly and generate electricity. I somewhat based my lycans on the Japanese kitsune who have other abilities besides transformation. Is that too much? I hate to see characters with too many powers and abilities where they seem almost indestructible. So does a lycan with the ability to fly and generate electricity sound like too much? Granted, there are restrictions, such as not being able to use these powers in wolf form, but still.