hangouts to find werewolves

Where would you be the most likely to find werewolves? Older werewolves like space, few crowds, and lots of land. Look in places like the southwest and the great plains where these types of things are more common. Many younger werewolves find it easier to disguise themselves in crowds where they are less likely to be seen individually. Look in larger cities where there is lots of activity.

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19 Responses

  1. breeta says:

    Hi, nice posts there :-) through’s recompense the intriguing advice

  2. Jeff says:

    Not always true.

    Most of the time we can’t move to open places, and krap thanks to homo sapiens.

  3. Young Wolf says:

    i would suggest Wyoming… or Montana.. or parts of Washington state…. the open lands there are awesome..

  4. Alexis Skye says:

    Hey guys whatever happened to the other chat.

  5. Oliver Wolfe says:

    What happened to the other room jeff!?

  6. Jebidiah Fitzgerald says:

    Call me Jebby

  7. Lunar says:

    That all depends

  8. Hey guys I want to tell you know what I know about werewolves, and how to turn into one.

    This is a bit far fetch, but people who say they are werewolves are more than likely lying. I am in a pack, but we don’t change by the full moon. We have to M-shift seeing our wolf in our mental stage, but you have to visualize your wolf. What it looks like, how it walks, and at first you’ll have to focus on one part of the body. Like for instance a tooth memorize every inch, and eventually it will become physical. Then you have
    P-shifting which when you visualize your wolf long enough it will take physical form. I have not been able to, but I have got pretty close. One of my pack members was able to shift and took him 3 months to do, so.

  9. Lycanhope says:

    @Bloodyhand43: Does the name Blaze mean anything to you?

  10. Yes it does I’ve been using his methods, which are pretty good.

  11. Lycanhope says:

    @bloodyhand43: You mustn’t have heard. He was a fraud, and formerly resigned a couple of years ago with a letter of apology. Sorry to break it to ya.

  12. Oh damn, but his method of M-shifting I felt that they actually worked. Thanks for telling me.

  13. Lycanhope says:

    @bloodyhand43: Yeah, it doesn’t mean anything he taught isn’t worth learning, you just need to take it with a grain of salt and modify it to your own needs.

  14. Yes! You are absolutely right.

  15. Kynleigh says:

    For some reason i have good hearing good vision and a Great sence of smell what would that mean am i a WEREWOLF?

  16. Capital V Loper says:

    Who ever made this website is a geious and I wanna shake there hand.

  17. Ed says:

    @Kynleigh: I do too but I never done any spells or anything(actually I did one spell but I screwed up) can you run faster and your durability is better or not? I’m better and I can run faster now before I run very slow

  18. Lycanhope says:

    @Kynleigh and Ed: Not necessarily. I’m going to leave it at that rather than go into it.

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