An illustrated example of how our Fireblooded wolves look, drawn by Christie Grandjean.

Fireblooded is a term used to describe the state of an enraged werewolf. In this state, they shift into an anthropomorphic form capable of quadruped and duoped movement. The average height of a Fireblooded werewolf on its hind legs is 8ft, roughly the size of a grizzly bear, though Feros are known to grow larger. They have padded, clawed hands with opposable thumbs giving them more dexterity for rending and tearing. Their incisor fangs also reach an exaggerated length. Firebloods are extremely dangerous, some losing their human senses entirely.


An example of quadruped movement in Fireblooded form, illustrated by Christie Grandjean.

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