Would it be copying if you described a werewolf looking like the werewolf in new moon?
That depends. If your werewolf happens to look like a regular wolf, but is slightly larger than normal, then no. A lot of werewolf legends have them to be larger than normal wolves. However, if they're large, "burst" into werewolf form, are fighting for a girl named Bella, and hate men named Edward, then yes.
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I can give you a site that has instructiions to be a therian. They are sort of like weres but are four leged and anyone (well almost anyone) can be one. Check out the related link.
Most legends have had some basis in fact, and the legend of the werewolf is no exception. However the werewolf of popular fantasy/horror novels and films is an imaginary beast, based on extravagant interpretations of past superstitions.. Wolves have been both feared and worshipped by past civilisat…ions. The Ancient Egyptians feared the wolf god Ap-uat, who was associated with the Lord of the Dead. Ancient Greeks believed that wolves were sacred to Apollo and Ares, and a bronze statue of a wolf ornamented the oracle at Delphi. The legend of the founding of Rome is well known, with the abandoned twin babies Romulus and Remus being saved and succored by a wolf. Being suckled by a wolf is a notion that persisted into the Celtic civilisations, a legendary King of Ireland supposedly nurtured in this way. One Irish tribe claimed to be descended from a wolf.. The werewolf story has roots at least as far back as the Ancient Romans. One of Ovid's shape-shifting stories tells of a King of Arcadia who turned into a wolf. This was a punishment because he tried to trick the god Jupiter into eating human flesh. Other ancient Greek writers including Herodotus and Pliny wrote about shape-shifting human/wolves.. What could have led to such stories in the first place? There are various theories. The legend is too widespread and has been so for too long a time to have no basis in fact at all.. A rare genetic mutation can produce excessive body hair, in females as much as males. Varieties of this disorder were probably responsible for the unfortunate 'bearded ladies' and 'wolfmen' in travelling freak shows in less enlightened times than ours. It is a mutation of the X chromosome so can be passed to future generations by either parent. It is easy to see how such conditions could have frightened people in past centuries, especially in remote country areas (where inbreeding could have led to an intensification of the disorder).. Lycanthropic Disorder is a mental illness which causes the victim to believe that they are actually a werewolf. If someone truly believes that they turn into a werewolf under the full moon, they may be capable of committing crimes consistent with this delusion - thus perpetrating the werewolf legend into modern times.. Ergot, the fungus which frequently affected the grains that were used to make bread throughout Europe for many centuries, is well known for its hallucinogenic properties. In a modern case in France in 1951, over 100 people suffered from ergot poisoning after eating bread made from infected rye. Many of them suffered from hallucinations about being attacked by or turning into wild animals . Such poisoning could have been another cause for the development of the werewolf myth.. One final possibility lies in the diseases Rabies and Porphyria. Rabies, however, only lasts for a short while once the symptoms have developed, and then the victim dies. Rabies might have caused victims to briefly take on the appearance of a mad beast, but they would not lived to attack beyond this short timeframe. Porphyria, if untreated, leads to extreme sensitivity to light and degredation of the skin, thus producing a victim who rarely ventures out before nightfall and whose physical appearance is sinister. Mental disturbances accompany the physical symptoms . This disease is also genetic and therefore could have given rise to the notion of cursed families, as it often does not manifest until an age whereby the victim would have reproduced.. There have been a few celebrated cases of feral children, such as inspired Mowgli in The Jungle Book. Many cases have been reported over the centuries but there is little documentary evidence for most of them. However some have been documented, in which children have been found in the depths of the jungle or forest, apparently having been raised by wolves, and then returned the human civilisation (usually by missionaries or other religious people). These children seen to have retained a propensity to run on all fours rather than walk upright, to eat raw meat rather than cooked meals, and have extreme problems learning any human language. It is difficult to say whether the children already had a mental disorder, whether one was induced by their upbringing, or anything else about them. But they undoubtedly add another thread to the enduring notion of the werewolf.. Just how enduring this legend is can be well born out by the proliferation of popular novels, films and television programmes about werewolves. And a quick Internet search on werewolves throws up a wide variety of sites, some dealing with legends and possible causes such as outlined above - and some apparently written for werewolves, by werewolves! (MORE)
Werewolves: A werewolf in folklore and mythology is a person who changes into a wolf, either by purposefully using magic or by being placed under a curse. The transformation was associated with the full moon. According to wikipedia, "Werewolves are often attributed superhuman strength and senses, f…ar beyond those of both wolves and men." A werewolf can be killed if shot by a silver bullet. Historical legends describe a wide variety of methods for becoming a werewolf. One of the simplest was the removal of clothing and putting on a belt made of wolf skin, probably a substitute for the assumption of an entire animal skin which also is frequently described. In other cases the body is rubbed with a magic salve. To drink water out of the footprint of the animal in question or to drink from certain enchanted streams were also considered effectual modes of accomplishing metamorphosis. It is also said that when a woman gives birth to six female children, the seventh will be a male and a werewolf. In Galician, Portuguese and Brazilian folklore, it is the seventh of the sons. This belief was so extended in Northern Argentina, that seventh sons were abandoned, ceded in adoption or killed. Various methods also existed for removing the beast-shape. To kneel in one spot for a hundred years, to be reproached with being a werewolf, to be saluted with the sign of the cross, or addressed thrice by baptismal name, to be struck three blows on the forehead with a knife, or to have at least three drops of blood drawn have also been mentioned as possible cures. Many European folk tales include throwing an iron object over or at the werewolf, to make it reveal its human form. A werewolf is a human who turns into a wolf. They usually turn at a full moon and the change is usually painful. (MORE)
Nobody has ever proved that they existed but to become one you have to be either scratched/cut or bitten by one. Although most werewolves are just a main part in some fiction/science fiction/fantasy books or films. Yes. But first you have to do the very hard job of actually finding a werewolf in …wolf form, then you have to be either cut/mauled/bitten by it. Make sure you don't die. I am open to all beliefs, but here's my opinion:KEEP IN MIND THIS ANSWER ONLY APPLIES FOR SOMEONE THAT IS AT LEAST A LITTLE INSANE. First off, If you are serious and NOT joking and you really think you are a werewolf, you're not alone. But we are VERY few. Some believe that they can physically transform. I personally do not believe this. However, there are miner changes such as heightened senses, increased amounts of energy/strenght, and then there are the cravings. For blood, or any type of red meat. These "symptoms" increase around the full moon, but may be present any time the moon is visible. Each cycle of the moon may be different. one often not being the same strength as the next cycle. The more strength, the more "symptoms." here are some characteristics most "werewolves" will have. Use it as a checklist. *ability to run/walk ( with a fairly mobile gate) on all fours (hands/feet, knees DO NOT count.) *exact or very close-to imitation and understanding of canines, including howl/growl/whine/bark/ canine/ lupine facial & body language *ability to move ears up/down. back/forward (slight movement, but to the point that it is noticeable) Some of us use our ears just as dogs/ wolves do, but the average person is unaware. *Cravings for blood/ even cannibalistic thoughts (desired or undesired) and VERY rearely is anyone stupid enough to actually kill/ harm another person. this would result in more harm than good. For the sane, the consequences if found guilty of murder out-way the benefits. *great hearing/sense of smell/ night vision (as humans go) *obsessed with the moon- paying close attention to and even sometimes knowing when it is there even if it is not visible. (we know it is there when we feel an increase in our senses/energy level/ cravings.) *may experience times where one cannot break their stare at the moon, feeling in a fog/ light-headed, or unbalanced/ feel as though they are being pulled to "the position" (aka position in which you would walk/run on all fours.) *urge to rip/tear/destroy objects with teeth. object examples being: jeans, sheets, pillows, etc. *Some, not all: have a history of self-injury, often for no other reason than to calm their cravings for blood/meat. *Great interest in the canine species at a young age, easily grasping canine forms of communication. *Do NOT like crowds of people, prefer to be left alone/ limited amount of people/ certain types of people/ with animals. *have a strong compassion a respect to nature and the wild. *feel at home and calm in the mountains or a place with lots of wooded areas. *distracted easily by movement, often having impulsive thoughts to chase it. *Prefer night rather than day. *Do not get cold easily, especially when the moon is present/ visible. *May develop a dislike of cats * Majority are DISGUSTED with vampires. *Anger/ irritability/ change in normal mood (in some cases) is prevalent close to/prior to/when the moon is out. *Most of us have to find a way to channel our energy so we are not constantly pushed to be destructive. *Some grow to be, or are already welcomed by who we are/what gift possess we. but we may feel guilty at times/ even at some points in our lives feel that it is more a curse than a gift. the feeling of being "cursed" might be more likely to occur in earlier stages of life; around ages 5-16. *there are manny "fakers" and a true werewolf can pick them out. *May become obsessive over the sharpness of one's teeth. Some even go so far as to cosmetically sharpening them. But that is rare. *May strongly believe your spirit is part wolf: one also might often feel as though he/she is a wolf trapped in a human's body. *We all have varied beliefs/ opinions. Some are very secretive, others can seem depressed or sad, while others are just the opposite. But we all share a fondness for "darkness". i want to be a werewolf (MORE)
Ok i dont fully get your meaning. but on stage 1 of transformation your muscles grow and you look ripped and your bones warp into a diffrent shape. and your talking about what you look like in stages already transformed there are no stages you always look the same the only changes you could ever go …through is when becoming an alpha male of your pack then you look more of a pure wolf but still humanoid. how do i know this?? because i am a werewolf you obviously think this is bull but you never know. (MORE)
if you are trying to convince a werewolf that you are one of the io do not reconemd you try because we can tell that you are human
As you may know, werewolfs are half human and half wolf and are transformed into these creatures when the full moon shines on them.. They like to hunt down humans and other animals and also bite their helpless victims and ravage them with their hideous curse-which is cool.. Hope this helps
A werewolf would look like a person with hair all over (and when i say all over, I mean all over) them.
A werewolf would look like a man and a wolf. It would look sort of tangled and scroungy. It would probably have bad dog breath and smell like a wet dog. But a shapeshifting wolf, also maybe known as a shifter, would look entirely like a wolf, probably clean and would walk and sound like a wolf, r…ather than walking on two legs and talking in a gruff, low human voice.These types of 'werewolves' do exist. There are internet packs, the most 'infamous' being: http://www.razgrizpack.webs.com (MORE)
The original myth was that if you are a werewolf you are cursed and change at the full moon, but in common cases, you can either choose when you change (but that's more lycans than anything) or the change takes you whenever it does, different books tell different stories about stuff that we don't re…ally know about. (MORE)
Seth and Leah turned into werewolves shortly before Harry Clearwater died. Finding out the they were both werewolves, Seth being 14 and Leah a girl, was what caused him to have a heart attack.. above and there is proof in Eclipse
Like humans,they are all over the earth,but there are onlya mild amount of them around
were wolfs don't actuly transform(as far as i know) but on the full moon they are stronger.
Bella actually finds out that Jacob is a werewolf in Twilight, when she is asking many questions and looking up things about werewolfs online on her room computer.
The werewolf has held a range of characteristics and attitudes. Often they are portrayed as beserker beasts but that is probably just the Hollywood stereotype. In ancient lore sorcerer were able to change into werewolves by some magical object or potion and behaved only as was appropriate for the si…tuation. (MORE)
No he is not. He is a shape shifter. The difference between a shape shifter and at werewolf are these: A shape shifter is able to control when to shape shift, while a werewolf only changes under the full moon. A shape shifter can have the shape of anything, in this case a wolf, while a werew…olf always looks like a mix between a wolf and a human. A shape shifter are able to think and control itself while in wolf form, while a werewolf reacts only on instinct and don't / rarely remember anything afterwards. A werewolf can only be killed, by being shot by a silver bullet, normal bullets have no effect. Silver is the only thing that can harm a werewolf, where as shape shifer might heal fast, but are way more mortal. (MORE)
obviously Bella is the main character. Jacob plays a way bigger part then in the 1st book & we get 2 meet some of Jacobs friends. Edward & the cullens play a way smaller part this time around. u dont hear to much from Bella human friends but Charlie (bellas dad) is a bit more involved
a warewolf and do alot of damage, bite off your skin, shred up your hair, almost rip off a leg or arm, they hurt they can be very powerful
Quileute legends. Native American legend suggests that the Quileutes are descended of wolves. According to Quileute mythology, a being known alternately as Dokibatt, K'wa'iti, the Trickster, the Transformer and The Changer (with the latter three titles at times embodying the previous two names) cre…ated the first Quileute from a wolf that he stumbled upon during his journeys. Dokibatt the Changer, or Transformer, who looms heavy in Pacific Northwest coastal mythology. Originally there were six Quileute societies: for the fisherman, the elk hunter, the whale hunter, the weather predictor, the medicine man, and the warrior (the latter society performed the wolf dance). (MORE)
At WikiAnswers you will find the Werewolf listed under Animal Life - Cryptids & Legendary Creatures - Werewolves
\nJacob tries to tell Bella in Chapter 12- Intruder; page 283- But due to an order given by Sam, he cannot. \n. \nBella has the dream that helps her figure it out on page 291\n. \nShe eventually figures it out on page 293\n. \nShe tells Jacob on page 305\n. \n. \nHope this helps!
he doesn't 'tell her' per se, but he kinda gives her clues - hints. she ends up guessing it the next morning.
yes a very big one. only by his hair do but hes a human in the 1st twilight movie (with the hair)
Leah Clearwater. She isn't actually mentioned to be a werewolf until Eclipse, but she and her brother (Seth Clearwater), both turn into werewolves/shapeshifters in New Moon. That's why their dad had a heart attack.
The best example which could be given would be from the Underworld series, which showed a Lycan/Vampire hybrid, with the person being Lycan before becoming a hybrid, and a Vampire/Lycan hybrid with the person being a vampire before becoming a hybrid. In both cases, the person has blue skin and bl…ack eyes. The primary difference is that the Vampire/Lycan hybrid has bat wings and no hair, whereas the Lycan/Vampire hybrid has black hair and more human like features (such as facial structure). However, there are only these two individuals (Michael Corvin and Markus Corvinus) who have undergone these forms of transformation, and to my knowledge the Underworld series is only film series to show such creatures, therefore other representations may exist. (MORE)
Paul= silver gray Jacob= reddish brown Sam=black Embry= grey with black spots on his back Jared=medium brown Go to twilightthemovie.com and go to the official New Moon site to see the Voturi, the Cullens and the Quilletes.
A psychological state of mind. As werewolves are fictional creatures any description would be subjective, however I'll give it a go. Physically, in wolf form - Looking much like any healthy wolf, perhaps a bit larger than most with an "intelligence" to their eyes. Physically, in human form …- Looking much like any healthy human, perhaps a bit more alluring than most with a "wildness" to their eyes. Emotionally-Psychologically, in both forms - Aggressive, intelligent, territorial, devoted to members of their pack (particularly the young of the pack), co-operative with members of their pack (working, hunting, living together as a unit under the traditional hierarchy of a pack), obedient to superior pack members, and monogamous (only the alpha members of the pack breed, but the bond is life long). (MORE)
Well, I believe he or she would look like a Human, with the snout of a wolf, a tail, fur and wolf paws. :)
Sam killed Laurent in New Moon, and I thought the werewolves did it quite well too...i don't like laurent
there was no fight between vampires and werewolves in new moon. unless you're referring to laurent, in which case, he lost.
im preee sure hes greyish black correct me if im wrong WAIT ill check on google....................................................................................................... .................................................................................................................. ..…................................................................................................................ .................................................................................................................. .................................................................................................................. .................................................................................................................. .................................................................................................................. .................................................................................................................. ..............................ooooooohh okay he is brown on the top then tan on the bottom and sometimes hes pure light brown ANSWER he is tecnically brown SORRY (MORE)
yes, he does. In the book, he does, and in the movie also. Go Jacob! ;)
That would be Paul. He is the one who transforms into a wolf when Bella hits him. Btw they arent werewolfes, but shapeshifters. Werewolfes only change at full moon.
a human that has been either cursed or bitten by another werewolf and turns into a werewolf every full moon night
He's a werewolf, meaning that he can transform at will from a human into a wolf.
The critical factor is not the moon but moon-light. As the moon does have a rotational period (the same as its orbital period about the Earth) any one spot on the moon's surface is illuminated for only 15 days. Therefore a werewolf on the moon would be in his wolf-phase for only every other 15 days.… (MORE)
In Twilight he knew of the legends but he didn't know the legends were real which you find out in New Moon. In New Moon he becomes a werewolf because of the increase of vampires in the area. (The Cullen's had moved in 2 years previous) So basically he found out in New Moon. (Book wise)
why don't you ask one... -_- sorry but its really obvious that werewolves do not exist... . May I just say that it is not certain that werewolves do not exist, 'science' has been wrong before and this could be one of them. . being a werewolf, is extremely different. we are considered outcasts a…nd we are called morons because " there is no possible way that werewolves exist" (MORE)
Yes, because a werewolf if just a person who goes through a change on a full moon
Dress up in a wolf costume and run around town threatening to kill everyone that looks like a vampire. Or, move to Forks and ask Jacob.
Do you think there should be a website where you show the website a picture of yourself and the website shows what you would look like as a werewolf?
i know they have one for zombies there might be a werewolf picture generator on that site as well What's the name of the website?!
a fictional wolf that if you get bitten by one you will try into a werewolf
She never becomes a werewolf. Though I'm sure you could find pictures on google images.
You could know if your looking at a werewolf ... . If he/she is very serious . if he/she doesn't like going out side in a full moon . if he/she loves to eat meat on a daily basis that's how you know if your looking at a werewolf :D
bella can't turn into a werewolf really not just because of Edward but of her blood is not Quileute blood so her father is not a werewolf so......
well when im at school when i cant find my friend i usually sniff arpund for their cent or if your looking for a werewolf they will sniff alot
Jacob Black is the werewolf in Twilight. There are many werewolf characters in different fictions.
for anys sake. werewolfs dont care about presents. some people say they are real. some dont. but you can say they are real if you want. but any hows. leave the werewolfs alone or you might find your the present. i mean food lol :)
It is not currently possible for a person to turn into a werewolf by staring at the moon. Werewolves only exist in fiction like on television shows such as Teen Wolf and True Blood.
For that question to make sense, you'd first need to think thatwerewolves are real - which they aren't. . And, being imaginary creatures, they can live in whateverimaginary landscape you care to dream up for them.