how to be a werewolf
First, the question is, are you looking for how to become a werewolf? If so, you might want to check out these werewolf facts, myths, and legends which give the most common methods as written in texts, stories, and manuscripts, of how one becomes a werewolf.
If however, you are looking for information on how to be a werewolf once you are already one – well, that is a question that is hard to answer. The best answer anyone can give you is being a werewolf is something that cannot be taught, but rather is a state of being.
Generally, however, there are a few commonalities amongst werewolves…
1. werewolf emotions are strong – Werewolves generally feel things very deeply – this is due to the nature of who they are – they are more in tune with their environment and with other humans which in turn affect their attitude, understanding, and response to the surrounding world.
2. werewolves are confident – Werewolves do not generally like to be the center of attention, but this does not mean that they are weak or easily intimidated, merely that they are confident in who they are. Werewolves will meet a person eye to eye, and stand their ground if needed.
3. werewolves listen and pay attention – much more than other creatures, werewolves pay attention to details…they know when someone comes in the room, when someone leaves, if someone is approaching. They read body language, and have some of their own. They use all their senses to their fullest – using their senses of smell, sight, and hearing to abosrb the world around them.
4. werewolves are more than human – while werewolves can co-exist peacefully with humans, they are always aware that they are different. They are stronger, faster, smarter. This colors how humans perceive them.