werewolf and water
Is the werewolf afraid of water?
In the general sense of being “afraid,” no, werewolves are not afraid of water. You may find one scampering through the banks of a river or lake. A werewolf in werewolf form is not a swimmer, he or she is not built for the water. However, you may find one in water. Dry land is where he or she can use it’s power to it’s full potential and this is where you will mostly find werewolves. Nevertheless, the werewolf is not afraid of water, most times the werewolf is merely just inexperienced at handling life in the water deeper than the head of the wolf, and will not make the time to adjust. It would be a rare occasion that you would spot a werewolf in water deeper than it’s shoulders.
As for the weighted person- the werewolf in human form. In most cases the weighted person does love the water. The werewolf in human form most times is calmed at the site of large bodies of water, and given the opportunity, will swim and enjoy the water. The weighted person will swim to calm, swim to soothe, and swim for fun.