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7th Oct '15 1:37:38 PM Black_Diesel
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26th Jul '15 7:29:34 PM Omnicron13
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* InfantImmortality: Sadly and horrifically averted in some of the most brutal ways imaginable.
26th Jul '15 6:10:31 PM Omnicron13
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* AlphaBitch/ The Vamp: A lot of females in the story, especially the women of Bergen, happen to be unpleasant, vicious, sexually manipulative, or brutal in some aspect. It would be easier to ask what introduced female in the story isn't this trope.

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* AlphaBitch/ The Vamp: TheVamp: A lot of females in the story, especially the women of Bergen, happen to be unpleasant, vicious, sexually manipulative, or brutal in some aspect. It would be easier to ask what introduced female in the story isn't this trope.
26th Jul '15 6:10:22 PM Omnicron13
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* AlphaBitch: A lot of females in the story, especially the women of Bergen, happen to be unpleasant, vicious, manipulative, or brutal in some aspect. It would be easier to ask what introduced female in the story isn't this trope.

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* AlphaBitch: AlphaBitch/ The Vamp: A lot of females in the story, especially the women of Bergen, happen to be unpleasant, vicious, sexually manipulative, or brutal in some aspect. It would be easier to ask what introduced female in the story isn't this trope.
26th Jul '15 5:51:54 PM Omnicron13
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* InterplayOfSexAndViolence: This happens to be a large theme of the comic. Gratuitous sex is rampant and violence is a plenty. It's the whole modus operandi of the Ferals, especially in terms of romance.
26th Jul '15 5:46:02 PM Omnicron13
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* AllWomenAreLustful: Many women in the story, especially the women of Bergen, are depicted as considerably lustful with a penchant for rough sex. This phenomena may be due to being carriers of the Feral enzyme, but even women who were not carriers were shown as being easily willing for sex. Case and point with Pita.

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* AllWomenAreLustful: Many women in the story, especially the women of Bergen, are depicted as considerably lustful with a penchant for rough sex. This phenomena may be due to being carriers of the Feral enzyme, but even women who were not carriers were shown as being easily willing eager for sex. Case and point with Pita.
26th Jul '15 5:45:24 PM Omnicron13
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* AllWomenAreLustful: Many women in the story, especially the women of Bergen, are depicted as considerably lustful with a penchant for rough sex. This phenomena may be due to being carriers of the Feral enzyme, but even women who were not carriers were shown as being easily willing for sex. Case and point with Pita.
26th Jul '15 5:41:29 PM Omnicron13
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* AlphaBitch: A lot of females in the story, especially the women of Bergen, happen to be unpleasant, vicious, manipulative, or brutal in some aspect. It would be easier to ask what introduced female in the story isn't this trope.
26th Jul '15 4:09:22 AM LondonPurple
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* AssholeVictim: Mark, Dale's best friend and the first victim of the ferals, is almost universally loathed by the rest of the town and view him as this.

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* AssholeVictim: Mark, Dale's best friend and the first victim of the ferals, is almost universally loathed by the rest of the town and view him as this. He probably still didn't deserve to have his limbs torn off and his penis stuck in his throat.



* BodyHorror: It's not clear at all what's inside [[spoiler: Gerda's womb,]] but all signs point to something very nasty.

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* BodyHorror: It's not clear at all what's The glands inside [[spoiler: Gerda's womb,]] but all signs point to something very nasty.infected women's uteruses.



* HealingFactor: [[spoiler:Ferals naturally have this as an ability.]]

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* HealingFactor: [[spoiler:Ferals Ferals naturally have this as an ability.]]



* OurWerewolvesAreDifferent: The condition is called being Feral. It is a sexually transmitted disease, manifesting as a strange lump in uteruses. People with it are stronger, faster and fast healing. They possess greater tempers and lusts, their nails lengthen into sharp claws, enhanced sense of smell, and they tend to have dreams about hunting and the person who infected them.

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* OurWerewolvesAreDifferent: The condition is called being Feral. It is a sexually transmitted disease, manifesting as a strange lump in uteruses. People with it are stronger, faster and fast healing. They possess greater tempers and lusts, their nails lengthen into sharp claws, enhanced sense of smell, and they tend to have dreams about hunting and the person who infected them. Women are only carriers of the condition, [[spoiler: unless they are born as full werewolves: a result of a full werewolf mating with a Feral carrier]].



* RedRightHand: Ferals all seem to have unnaturally sharp fingernails (unless they trim them down), which can make them easy to spot.

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* RedRightHand: Ferals all seem to have unnaturally sharp fingernails (unless they trim them down), down) and extensive body hair, which can make them easy easier to spot.


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** Common with Ferals due to their increased sex drive.
* SerialEscalation: The first arc featured one full werewolf and more secretive Ferals. The second features [[spoiler: packs of full werewolves, and a villain who wants to take over America. It ends with Salt Lake City being invaded by werewolves.]]
25th Jul '15 1:52:21 PM LondonPurple
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* OurWerewolvesAreDifferent: Besides being violent, powerful, and ''smart'', they do not appear to rely on the full moon, are vulnerable to traditional forms of injury, and have been described in universe to look like a wolf, a bear, and a gorilla all mashed into one. The resulting creature has humanoid elements, but moves like a wolf and leans more towards the dire wolf flavor of lycanthropy, albeit one on serious steroids.

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* OurWerewolvesAreDifferent: The condition is called being Feral. It is a sexually transmitted disease, manifesting as a strange lump in uteruses. People with it are stronger, faster and fast healing. They possess greater tempers and lusts, their nails lengthen into sharp claws, enhanced sense of smell, and they tend to have dreams about hunting and the person who infected them.
** The second form is a more advanced version of the condition, which resemble full werewolves.
Besides being violent, powerful, and ''smart'', they do not appear to rely on the full moon, are stuck in wolf form, are vulnerable to traditional forms of injury, and have been described in universe to look like a wolf, a bear, and a gorilla all mashed into one. The resulting creature has humanoid elements, but moves like a wolf and leans more towards the dire wolf flavor of lycanthropy, albeit one on serious steroids. A feral becomes a full werewolf by drinking a werewolf's blood.
** Another variation is introduced in the second arc, which are smaller and smarter and possess more of a WolfMan appearance. They can be trained to a greater extent. This is due to drinking werewolf blood before turning completely Feral.
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