History Literature / WolfBreed

28th Jul '16 9:06:10 AM Theokal3
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28th Jul '16 9:02:09 AM Theokal3
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* AlasPoorVillain: Erhard spends most of the first book as one of the most sympathetic members of the Teutonic Knights, conflicted between his own personal moral and his loyalty to his religion. When [[spoiler:Lilly kills him]], you do actually feel sad for him.


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* HateSink: Bishop Cecilio in book 1. The man acts consistantly obnoxious, insists on treating the Wolfbreed as spawns of Satan, tries to lead a purge in an already christianized country, and it soon becomes obvious all of this is just an excuse and what he really is trying to do is to turn the country into his own private land. He does get a PetTheDog moment at the end, but for the most part, he remains a very unsympathetic character.


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* TechnicalVirgin: A really disturbing case; because of their HealingFactor, female Wolfbreed keep regenerating their hymen even after mating, meaning they always "recover" their virginity. Unfortunately, Brother Seymon, who fantasises virgins, figured that out and takes advantage on it by regularly raping them.
28th Jul '16 8:31:25 AM Theokal3
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* OurWerewolvesAreDifferent: Wolfbreed are man-wolf/dire wolf shapeshifters, vulnerable to silver, able to change at will.
** They also retain their human intelligence in all forms and are able to speak while shapeshifted.

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* OurWerewolvesAreDifferent: Wolfbreed are man-wolf/dire wolf shapeshifters, vulnerable to silver, able to and can change at will.
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will without any need of a full moon. They also retain both their human intelligence in all forms and are able the ability to speak while shapeshifted.shapeshifted, and both of their forms share an insanely powerful HealingFactor. Silver doesn't automatically kill them, but it does cancel said HealingFactor, allowing to cause them durable damages when they would otherwise recover from anything except decapitation and heart removal. Finally, they don't seem to transmit their ability through bite, instead reproducing and breeding like any living species.
27th Jul '16 4:19:46 PM Theokal3
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* BeliefMakesYouStupid: Subverted, many of the more deeply religious characters are shown to be intelligent and well-educated. Not to mention the Church takes a pretty scientific approach to studying the Wolfbreeds at first.

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* BeliefMakesYouStupid: Subverted, many of the more deeply religious characters are shown to be intelligent and well-educated. Not to mention the Church takes a pretty scientific approach to studying the Wolfbreeds at first.first, and move to the classic "spawn of Satan" explanation later for political reasons rather than out of any real superstition.
30th Jul '15 10:55:34 AM Aetol
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* MookHorrorShow: Lilly's rampages, when told from the perspective of her victims.
23rd May '15 7:24:48 PM SenselessPi
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''Wolfbreed'' is a novel by SA Swann about a girl named Lily who makes a gruesome escape from her captors. During her escape, she receives head trauma and develops an innocent split personality. Shortly after her escape a boy named Udolf finds her and brings her home. As the novel progresses we find out that the girl is in fact connected with the boy's horrific past.

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''Wolfbreed'' is a novel by SA Swann about a girl named Lily Lilly who makes a gruesome escape from her captors. During her escape, she receives head trauma and develops an innocent split personality. Shortly after her escape a boy named Udolf finds her and brings her home. As the novel progresses we find out that the girl is in fact connected with the boy's horrific past.



* TheAtoner- I think Lily might just be everyone's favorite German war criminal.

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* TheAtoner- I think Lily Lilly might just be everyone's favorite German war criminal.
30th Mar '15 1:07:31 PM nombretomado
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''Wolfbreed'' is an homage to ''ElfenLied.'' However, the author actually gives credit to the original work. Despite it having a considerably happier ending, it's every bit as violent and gory as its counterpart.

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''Wolfbreed'' is an homage to ''ElfenLied.''Manga/ElfenLied.'' However, the author actually gives credit to the original work. Despite it having a considerably happier ending, it's every bit as violent and gory as its counterpart.



* {{Expy}}: Lilly is Lucy and the first book is pretty much ''ElfenLied'' in TheMiddleAges [[RecycledInSpace With WEREWOLVES!]].

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* {{Expy}}: Lilly is Lucy and the first book is pretty much ''ElfenLied'' ''Manga/ElfenLied'' in TheMiddleAges [[RecycledInSpace With WEREWOLVES!]].



* SympatheticMurderer: It's based on ''ElfenLied'' so guess who.

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* SympatheticMurderer: It's based on ''ElfenLied'' ''Manga/ElfenLied'' so guess who.
22nd Aug '14 11:57:41 AM Black_Diesel
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7th Feb '14 8:59:26 PM ManchuCandidate
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* ReasonableAuthorityFigure: Wojewoda Telek. He's probably the most level-headed and competent commander in either book. [spoiler: He also recognizes that Maria was innocent and tried to stop Darien. He repays her by kicking the Order troops out of his lands, gives her back her silver cross and tells her in a not-so-subtle way that he might have need of her special talents in the near future.]]

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* ReasonableAuthorityFigure: Wojewoda Telek. He's probably the most level-headed and competent commander in either book. [spoiler: [[spoiler: He also recognizes that Maria was innocent and tried to stop Darien. He repays her by kicking the Order troops out of his lands, gives her back her silver cross and tells her in a not-so-subtle way that he might have need of her special talents in the near future.]]
7th Feb '14 8:56:55 PM ManchuCandidate
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* BlatantLies: Josef's explanation to Telek and Heinrich about why Maria is an ordinary human girl towards the end of the second book [[spoiler: after showing them Darien's flayed skin to prove he was dead. The thing is both Heinrich and Telek know he's lying. Heinrich wants to kill Maria but he doesn't have proof to contradict Josef's story. Telek, however, has already come to the conclusion that werewolves aren't inherently evil, that Maria is innocent and that having her around might prove useful in the near future. So he promptly tells Heinrich to get the hell off his land.]]


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* SpiritualSuccessor: To ''Manga/ElfenLied.''
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