Werewolf Safe House

The werewolf safe house, probably the safest place the werewolf could be in the event of an emergency. Many of you might not have heard about this particular escape for the werewolf so lets go over a few things about the house.

werewolf safe house

First, what is a werewolf safe house?
This is a secure location, typically a small house or cabin, for a werewolf to escape normal life in the event of an emergency at the normal living quarters.

Some werewolves are constantly being tracked by humans or hunters! This secured location will give the werewolf a destination in the event he/she is being chased out of the city by unruly and evil humans. Furthermore, the house can be used as a destination for when transformations take place, most werewolves who have one will arrive the night before a transformation, the shelter will allow for some privacy while the moon takes ahold and the inevitable transformation occurs.

Where is it located?
Typically a house of this nature is located in a remote location probably in the country far away from humans. One of the best places to have one is deep in the woods, however, it is not uncommon to find one in plain sight on a farm. Many werewolves think that putting one in plain sight is less suspicious and therefore harder to find but this has never been proven. Typically you would like the privacy in case things get out of control, you know, with the shift.

There are locations in the city where you can find a secured spot. The city is much different than a country locale. Since many cities are becoming overcrowded with humans it is not unheard of to find that werewolves collaborate and share a safe house. However, there are risks involved when sharing a location that is supposed to be secure from humans.

How SAFE is a safe house?
Essentially the house will be a secure as you make it! If you have a remote location and have not told anybody about this location it will be more secure than one that werewolves other than yourself know about. The more weighted ones or even humans that you let aware of your spot (no matter how much you trust them) the less secure it becomes, pretty obvious but you would be surprised as to how many weighted ones cannot keep a secret.

For city dwellers that share a safe house… you should know that your location is probably already being monitored! A typical shared city safe house does not stay off the radar for long, it won’t be too long before a weighted one becomes a traitor and alerts the proper authorities of the location, and if that does not happen all of the traffic going in and out of that hot spot will soon become suspicious activity to the humans!

So… you have a safe house, or want one… what do you put in it? … What is next?? Stay tuned for my next post…



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14 Responses

  1. Wolfsbud says:

    I’ve kept a spare room in my home as a “safe space” for my best friend (a werewolf) for the past 3 years now.

    Werewolf safe houses, safe spaces, safe spots are few and far between. And yet they are critical to the survival of our werewolf friends in human-inhabited areas.

    If you meet a werewolf wandering disoriented through the streets on an evening close to the full moon, offer him the use of your spare room, or garage, or basement. Or even a garden shed behind your house.

    He will fix you with his eyes, and size you up. If he decides you are trustworthy, he will nod slowly. Start walking back to your home. The werewolf will follow a couple dozen meters behind you.

    It’s not that he is dragging his feet. It’s that he is cautious. Very cautious. He wants time to observe you before he enters your home with you.

    Be warned though! Werewolves return to safe houses. Again and again. An offer to transform in the safety of your home is an open invitation for life.

    Actually, providing a werewolf with a safe space is the best way of securing repeated contact to him. And repeated contact will grow trust, warmth, and, eventually friendship.

    Werewolves are fiercely loyal friends. So offering a werewolf a safe spot in your home is an almost guaranteed way of winning one of the best friends you’ll ever have all your life.

  2. i agree we werewolves are cautios of people to offer a safe space people should be cautious of us to because in werewolf form me could kill them so fortify to protect yourself in case

  3. Artemis says:

    Do you honestly think a real werewolf would make any kind of reply on here or any other site.Along with vampires?To let any and everyone know of their exsistance would put their lives and their loved ones in danger.

  4. @Artemis: it’s not like anyone will believe us we would have to “show ourselves.”

  5. Anyhow…

    We wouldn’t accept a “safehouse” because we have to sleep for the shift to have affect.

  6. she wolf says:

    I have my own “safe-room”. Actually I don’t take werewolf transformations but I have an innerside and it’s a wolf (gray wolf if somebody asks the species). I usually have a talk with her on that room and sometimes it make my parents think I’m crazy that I would just began to laugh or frown for no reason.

    My friend has her own safe house but she doesn’t share it with me.

  7. Lycanhope says:

    The idea of a safe house is kinda a joke. Mainly the hunter thing, cause that doesn’t happen. Calm down.
    @Wolfsbud: Though it’s a nice idea, I wouldn’t advise allowing strangers on your property, for obvious reasons.
    @Artemis: I don’t see why it would be dangerous. All this paranoia is really odd, I have no idea why people insist on keeping it going.
    @she wolf: You’re very quickly becoming the most legit person on this site in my eyes. Pretty amazing for here, I can think of maybe 4 others.

  8. ghostmms says:

    Sounds cool , make sense to me , everyone needs to feel safe even wolves I guess

  9. ArgentineBlood says:

    I have an addition to make to this post,

    NO MATTER HOW MUCH you trust this ‘safe spot’ IT’S NEVER TOO MUCH TO HAVE MORE THAN ONE. There are many werewolf-hunters out there, and while their ‘special silver bullets’ might not hurt more than a normal bullet, it’s still a bullet people! You might get tracked (It’s very easy nowadays) and having many ‘safe spots’ is a good idea. Stay safe!

    • Jacob Rooks says:

      I never had a safe house but I think it might be a good idea or at least a den deep in the woods surrounded by thorns and stuff far off any path but all of these humans and the spread of population makes it hard to hide but there will always be a place to go like a national park or something.

  10. Sad_to_be_notwolf says:

    My ideal safe house? Somewhere in the middle of the Pacific Ocean that I get to via a top-security tunnel from the mainland, activated by my face.

  11. meh says:

    So i got a question i don’t believe in werewolf’s but why do yall believe no hate just wanting

    • Lupe says:

      It’s not a belief for me tbh, it’s an affirmation of something that logically seems possible ^^’ I’m not saying I believe everything out there, if anything I find many things highly superstitious and ignorant. At best, I feel the therian community (or therians in individual) are your best bet at “werewolves.” Aside from that, and possibly Otherkin (separate topic), that’s about all I can give. Thanks for the question! ^.^

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