Games that werewolves play
If you get on the bad side of a werewolf, chances are they will want to play with you and tease you. These games that werewolves play when there is a human that they dislike are meant to strike fear into the heart of that human. And they hardly ever miss their mark. They toy with the human, using their advanced senses and skills to often drive the human to the brink of sanity. These type of “werewolf games” are more psychological than physical, but each technique is designed with the intent of putting a human on guard, confusing them, and even allowing them to create their own demise. That is not to say that werewolves spend any bulk of their time obsessing about humans – in fact, many werewolves have no interest in humans at all. Werewolf interest in a particular human tends to come to a head when the human has done the werewolf some type of wrong…
Some of the games that werewolves play:
1. The game of escape: They will let you think that you’re escaping, when in fact you have no chance at all. If a werewolf is after you, chances are there is no escaping. One technique however that some werewolves like to use is to let you tire yourself out attempting to escape, then right when you think that you’ve run far enough, or long enough the werewolf will appear. This serves two purposes, first, you tire yourself out and have less strength to fight, and the werewolf didn’t have to do a thing! And second, the werewolf can learn more about your habits, thoughts, and actions in your escape attempt.
2. The game of concealment: A werewolf on the prowl of a human may stay concealed from view, but they leave you just enough evidence (purposefully) for you to know someone is there. In reality, the werewolf is so strong and skilled that concealment should not be needed at all! So what is the point? This game is played by the werewolf that wants to see your fear.
3. The game of confrontation: Wolves like to attack their prey from the rear or sides, giving them a slight advantage. Werewolves however, often prefer to attack from the front, knowing that a direct confrontation from a werewolf is just as likely to cause fear from the front as from the back.
4. The howling games: Werewolves know that the howl scares people. Yes, howling is used for other purposes as well, but some werewolves do it just for the goosebumps he knows it gives to humans.
5. The listening game: Werewolves have sharp hearing, and know how to use it. They will listen to things that you might say that you thought were private from a distance. They can then use this information to their advantage during human interactions with you, often gaining your trust in the process.