There are so many werewolves and humans out there that are lost. Many who are roaming around without a home or a safe place to hangout. Many who feel too different to interact with the rest of the world. Is feeling uncomfortable and out of place normal for humans and werewolves? How can there be so many out there without a pack without a group to be a part of?
There are some out there that operate better when not in wolf packs, some that love the solitude. They love the feeling of being alone and do not appreaciate others getting in their business. It’s hard to say who is more independent, the one who runs in packs with many friends and allies or the one who keeps to himself, the one who seeks solitude.
Becoming part of a group or pack can have its benefits. There wil always be someone there for you when you need it. The drawback to that is that even when you don’t need anything at all there will be someone there in your business. Other benefits is the constant protection of all members in the pack, you will almost never have to worry about threatening situations if you stay close to your group.
The lone wolf. Solitude is the other side. The one who insists on running it all by him/herself and there is nothing wrong with that. Independence from the group is where you should begin to gain a nice foundation for your own criteria of guidlines for life. Form your own opinions before allowing others to cloud your views on life. If you never make the decisions on your own you may never fully understand all the consequesnces involved as when you are to make a decision as a group. You will have noone else to blame for your failure or lack of control. The group or pack will not be there to relieve some of the pressure off of your possible bad decision making.
Are packs better than being a loner? I have to say that it is better to start out alone than with others, this way you will fully understand all your decisions and firsthand suffer the consequences of them. If you join a pack immediately your decisions rest on the entire groups shoulders. Everyone can point at one another for making the bad decision and no one ever take responsibility. It will always be easier to blame another than to blame yourself. This is why you must first learn to live with yourself than to live with others.