Size of werewolf population in the world

The werewolf population in the world is extremely small when you compare it to other species on the planet.  Even vampires outnumber werewolves by a good amount.  If werewolves are so powerful, why is there such a disparity in the population size between them and the other creatures on the planet?

One reason is because werewolves were hunted nearly to extinction during the 18th century. At the time, the vampire population was quite large compared to the werewolves.  A group of newer vampires emerged who had considerable egos and wanted no part in the tradition, discretion, and decorum that had been part of the vampire code up until that point.  This group of younger vampires therefore got together and went on a savage spree, exposing themselves to humans and unmercilessly taking the humans they wanted.  What they did not expect was that the humans would fight back.  And that they would be helped in part by some of the older vampires, who saw no need for this young, insurbordinate group who was upsetting the order they had worked centuries to establish. The war against the vampires spread through Europe and is well-documented in history as an hysteric craze against vampires in the early 1700s.

During this war, humans became paranoid and not only crucified vampires, but other humans – and unfortunately – many werewolves as well.  As it was, humans and werewolves had long had an extremely contentious and adverserial relationship.  Werewolves had always been feared and avoided by humans, but the vampire war heightened that adversity to a whole new level.  An unbelievable number were hunted down and destroyed.

After the war, the vampire population eventually recovered. The insubordinate vampire group was destroyed by the humans, and vampires learned to control their own even more carefully than before. Werewolves however did not have as large a population to begin with, and were now much smaller than before. In addition, the werewolf population size is slow to grow. Werewolves do not convert many humans to become werewolves.  Vampires on the other hand are less discriminating and seek to “change” others  for not only power, and control, but for company.

Today’s population of werewolves is only a fraction of what it once was.  This is not to say that there aren’t many more werewolves in existence than humans would ever suspect.

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84 Responses

  1. Youre a part of us now, also, i have to mentor you.

  2. General Hannibal says:

    Stop lying, Motown. The chancellor said nothing of the sort!

  3. Hush up! How would you know? You weren’t even there. I don’t care if you rank alongside me, I’ll drop you all the way down to Private if you don’t stop lying on me! I will do it, too!!!

  4. General Hannibal says:

    …I’ll be back at HQ…

  5. Sorry, Silent. That was Half Moon General Hannibal. He’s always moody like that…

  6. jo says:

    lol. now im on a move ^^

  7. Jeremy says:

    Hello people and umm Werewolves its nice to meet you people 😀

  8. Moo says:

    Hello, I am in need of help… I found out that further in my family tree that there is some werewolf, yet my family seems to not want to talk about it. So I was wondering how I can P-shift into a werewolf? I live in a very small town with lots of forest. Any pointers?

  9. Jeremy says:

    lol i was flicking thro the pages and guess what mate there werewolves in Australia that sucks to we have nothing to protect out self’s >.<

  10. Jeremy says:

    So Werewolves are really in Australia?

  11. That guy says:

    werewolves are everywhere. they are just more common in some places than others.

  12. Aconissa says:

    awesome cause im in australia… but it makes sense, since werewolves are people and there are 21 million people here so…

  13. taribu says:

    Hi, I could care less about a lot of the opinions to be completely honest no rudeness intended. I’m a were, woot go us, and I need to talk to the council. Email phone place to go coolio. But bad things are happening. And anyone else notice the coyote and hunter populous going up?

  14. taribu says:

    Also, I don’t mind this site its one of the ones I could find where I might get results thanks for that by the way legit no sarcasum

  15. jemz says:

    O.o wow thats cool…

  16. KC says:

    @Aplha wolf Rayne: i know one of them……just asking where dose that wolf live in Australia…..dose she or he live in queenland or somewhere else….hey how you going

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  17. Slivermoon says:

    I guess they could be anywhere… But i am staring to think most might be in America.

  18. KC says:

    @Slivermoon: and i was going to go there for a high school trip in 2012

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