How to become a werewolf

how to become a werewolfSo, everyone knows how to become a vampire, but do you know how to become a werewolf?  Legends, myths, lore, and superstitions tell of a wide variety of ways.

  • Drink from the paw print of a wolf.  Legends vary on the exact method, but most say that you have to find the pawprint of a wolf that has been filled with rainwater and if you drink the rainwater from the wolf’s print, you become a werewolf.
  • Sleep outside with a full moon shining on your face.  There are a few things to note here: some versions of this supersition say that you have to be in an open field, others say that it has to be a Friday night, while still others say it has to be a Friday night in summer. There’s no clear agreement on exactly which is the correct way. There’s also no agreement on exactly how full the moon has to be.
  • Legends say that if you drink downstream from a wolf, you could become a werewolf.
  • Wear Peter Stubbe’s Belt.  There is a legend of a magical belt that can turn a person into a werewolf.  Legends say that it was worn by Peter Stubbe in Germany in the 1500s.
  • Werewolf bite.  This is the most well-known way legends say to become a werewolf – being bitten by another werewolf.  Some legends say that it’s not just a bite, but a werewolf’s scratch could also turn you into a werewolf.
  • Magical lotion/salve applied to the skin.  Myths are not specific on the exact ingredients that go into the salve, but the superstition is that there is a certain magical lotion that is rubbed onto the skin that can turn you into a werewolf.
  • Not going to confession for 10 years.  Lore is unclear if you would have to be of a certain religion for this to work.
  • A witch’s curse.
  • Magical spells.
  • Being born a werewolf.  There are various legends that say you can just simply be born a werewolf.
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  1. Pixel says:

    And the blood subject is also not an actual aspect of vampire biology. Again look up the medical conditions and the actual history before you start rattling off with false facts that you say you know without any actual evidence

  2. Alpha says:

    Yes because medical school covers lycanthrope and vampirism. Also i know the symptoms because i am a werewolf, unlike you who just came on here tellng everyone that they where wrong and you are 100% correct.

  3. Pixel says:

    If you are an actual werewolf explain your symptoms and how they affect your daily appearance and mental habits. Also, while not directly mentioned in medical school it covers mutations hereditary succession, and other aspects that can be applied to ‘werewolfs’

  4. Pixel says:

    And yet here you are arguing with me and not a scrap of evidence to be found. Who here really believes YOU and your claim? Just think on that for a moment.

  5. Alpha says:

    there aren’t really any symptoms, the main one i can think of is we are very territorial.

  6. Alpha says:

    And here you are not knowing anything about real werewolves coming on here telling everyone what a werewolf is and what a vampire is.

  7. Pixel says:

    And because you are terretorial, like a great number of average people in the world, how does that make you a werewolf when there are actual cases involving people with the symptoms I described?

  8. Pixel says:

    Thus this argument is null and void. I have wasted enough time on this rebuttal. Goodbye for now Alpha. And just to say I wholly believe that you have the best intentions even though you do not have the right evidence. And I don’t want to have to tutor you into boredom on the subject.

  9. Alpha says:

    Ask lycanhrope what makes a werewolf a werewolf. He is a werewolf himself and he has been studing our kind for like 5 years.

  10. Lycanhope says:

    Bloody hell, I sleep for a few hours and everything happens.

    @The mess of comments above: Don’t really have a problem with any of it, pretty accurate. I will point out a couple of things.

    Though the medical condition would be the medical explanation for the vampire myth, it’s not necessarily how all “vampires” are, but I’m not going to press that because I know very little about vampires it’s not really my thing.

    Also, the mutation thing only really matters here if there are gene sequences related to “werewolves” which there aren’t. The theory proposed isn’t really wrong per se, it’s just kind of not needed here.

    I’ll also take a bit of offense to physical characteristics, because they seem to be the exception rather than the rule.

    Finally when it comes to transformation, that’s a perfectly reasonable hypothesis, but you don’t just say “this is the truth so there.” You’re just lending evidence towards it, you can’t prove anything. Just like I can say a mushroom wizard lives in the center of the Sun and give reasons why, but that doesn’t make it fact. We have fish that can change genders on a whim, I’m not ruling out anything, nor am I saying it’s a thing.

    On a slightly related note but different topic, I don’t remember where I heard it, but I believe some evidence was put forward recently challenging Darwinian evolution. I’ll have to find it at some point, probably worth a read.

  11. Cat says:

    I love reading these comments… They give me such hope that all theses little kids still have imagination :””’D I’m dying of laughter…. you guys have really good research and valid assumptions, but seem to fail at seeing the fact that werewolves are not real… They are just myths and poorly told stories to keep people from wondering at night. But all in all you guys have given me so lovely inspiration for my story!

    • Lycanhope says:

      That would be because you’re under the mistaken assumption that I’m talking about werewolves of myth. Of course they’re not real, that would be absurd.

      However in saying that, there are people that ARE meaning those, so feel free to laugh.

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