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20th Jul '16 5:26:42 PM Theokal3
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*** An example can also be found on the antagonist lists for Princesses. Among the differents Creatures of the Darkness the Hopeful fight, there are two kinds, the Mnemosyne[[note]]humans who lost their last shred of integrity while [[TheCorruption Darkened]] but didn't have their body warped enough to become mindless monsters[[/note]] and the Cataphractoi[[note]]sentient Darkspawns born from the death of someone who crossed the DespairEventHorizon[[/note]], who frequently mixed up because they are both [[HumanoidAbomination completely human-looking]] and capable of [[MonsterLord controlling lesser Darkspawns]]. Making such a mistake actually is quite dangerous, since a key difference between the two is that Mnemosyne are {{Squishy Wizard}}s, while Cataphractoi have a ''very'' powerful OneWingedAngel form.

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*** An example can also be found on the antagonist lists for Princesses. Among the differents Creatures of the Darkness the Hopeful fight, there are two kinds, the Mnemosyne[[note]]humans who lost their last shred of integrity while [[TheCorruption Darkened]] but didn't have their body warped enough to become mindless monsters[[/note]] and the Cataphractoi[[note]]sentient Darkspawns born from the death of someone who crossed the DespairEventHorizon[[/note]], who frequently get mixed up because they are both [[HumanoidAbomination completely human-looking]] and capable of [[MonsterLord controlling lesser Darkspawns]]. Making such a mistake actually is quite dangerous, since a key difference between the two is that Mnemosyne are {{Squishy Wizard}}s, while Cataphractoi have a ''very'' powerful OneWingedAngel form.
1st Jul '16 10:42:11 AM JoeMerl
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* Techwolf of the Literature/WhateleyUniverse looks like a seven foot tall werewolf all the time. He's not. He's just under a curse. And Bloodwolf can transform into a werewolf shape because he's a mutant: he's an Avatar who has captured the spirit of the werewolf. However there are real werewolves out there. And Paige has been turned into a werecat. (Werecougar, specifically…) In fact, the werewolves are the local Native American tribe.


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* Techwolf of the Literature/WhateleyUniverse looks like a seven foot tall werewolf all the time. He's not. He's just under a curse. And Bloodwolf can transform into a werewolf shape because he's a mutant: he's an Avatar who has captured the spirit of the werewolf. However there are real werewolves out there. And Paige has been turned into a werecat. (Werecougar, specifically…) In fact, the werewolves are the local Native American tribe.
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1st Jul '16 10:41:05 AM JoeMerl
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* ''Webcomic/WildeLife'' has a main character, [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold Cliff]], who has been able to [[TransformationIsAFreeAction instantly]] [[VoluntaryShapeshifting change]] into a wolf for as long as he can remember; he retains his normal mind when he does. [[WeirdnessMagnet Oscar]] asks if "werewolf" is the correct term, and Cliff admits he has no idea. They later find out that there are people who can turn into various kinds of animals, who collectively are simply referred to as "[[OurWerebeastsAreDifferent animal-people]]."
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* Techwolf of the Literature/WhateleyUniverse looks like a seven foot tall werewolf all the time. He's not. He's just under a curse. And Bloodwolf can transform into a werewolf shape because he's a mutant: he's an Avatar who has captured the spirit of the werewolf. However there are real werewolves out there. And Paige has been turned into a werecat. (Werecougar, specifically…) In fact, the werewolves are the local Native American tribe.



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* Techwolf of the Literature/WhateleyUniverse looks like a seven foot tall werewolf all the time. He's not. He's just under a curse. And Bloodwolf can transform into a werewolf shape because he's a mutant: he's an Avatar who has captured the spirit of the werewolf. However there are real werewolves out there. And Paige has been turned into a werecat. (Werecougar, specifically…) In fact, the werewolves are the local Native American tribe.
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23rd Jun '16 10:31:01 AM JoeMerl
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** There are also books at least three books where they go to other parts of the world (the Amazon, Inuit territory and the Australian desert) and get mistaken for the local legendary spirits.


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* ''Literature/{{Animorphs}}'' has at least three books where the protagonists, who turn into animals with alien technology, go to other parts of the world (the Amazon, Inuit territory and the Australian desert) and get mistaken for the local culture's version of shapeshifting spirits.
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* In ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer,'' Buffy believes that a DemonicDummy is killing people for their organs. However, it turns out that the dummy is actually hunting the demon who's responsible, and thought that Buffy was the culprit when he saw her use her SuperStrength.
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4th May '16 6:17:43 PM Theokal3
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*** An example can also be found on the antagonist lists for Princesses. Among the differents Creatures of the Darkness the Hopeful fight, there are two kinds, the Mnemosyne[[note]]humans who lost their last shred of integrity while [[TheCorruption Darkened]] but didn't have their body warped enough to become mindless monsters[[/note]] and the Cataphractoi[[note]]sentient Darkspawns born from the death of someone who crossed the DespairEventHorizon[[/note]], who frequently mixed up because they are both [[HumanoidAbomination completely human-looking]] and capable of [[MonsterLord controlling lesser Darkspawns]]. Making such a mistake actually is quite dangerous, since a key difference between the two is that Mnemosyne are {{Squishy Wizard}}s, while Cataphractoi have a ''very'' powerful OneWingedAngel form.
2nd May '16 4:41:58 PM digiman619
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** Don't forget ''Changing Breeds''; that book contained rules for werewolf-like transformations... including wolves.
30th Apr '16 8:52:00 AM Quanyails
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* The Franchise/MarvelUniverse has the mutant Wolfsbane from ''Comicbook/NewMutants'', who had to be reassured she was not a werewolf, as they were considered to be demons where she was from and her wolf like appearance caused her much self loathing.

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* The Franchise/MarvelUniverse has the mutant Wolfsbane from ''Comicbook/NewMutants'', who had to be reassured she was not a werewolf, as they were considered to be demons where she was from and her wolf like wolf-like appearance caused her much self loathing.
29th Apr '16 9:59:35 AM Theokal3
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* Amusingly enough, ''TabletopGame/NewWorldOfDarkness'' fangame ''TabletopGame/DragonTheEmbers'' has the Werewolves, of all people, being the one ''making'' this type of mistake. A frequent reason they end up fighting Dragons is because they mistake them either for spirit invaders or people possessed by them, [[TabletopGame/WerewolfTheForsaken both things they fight on regular basis]].

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* ''TabletopGame/NewWorldOfDarkness'':
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Amusingly enough, ''TabletopGame/NewWorldOfDarkness'' fangame ''TabletopGame/DragonTheEmbers'' has the Werewolves, of all people, being the one ''making'' this type of mistake. A frequent reason they end up fighting Dragons is because they mistake them either for spirit invaders or people possessed by them, [[TabletopGame/WerewolfTheForsaken both things they fight on regular basis]].basis]].
** In other fangame ''TabletopGame/PrincessTheHopeful'', it's very common for [[TabletopGame/HunterTheVigil Hunters]] to mistake [[MagicalGirl Princesses]] for another kind of "[[TabletopGame/MageTheAwakening witch]]".
27th Apr '16 1:10:13 PM Theokal3
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* Amusingly enough, ''TabletopGame/NewWorldOfDarkness'' fangame ''TabletopGame/DragonTheEmbers'' has the Werewolves, of all people, being the one ''making'' this type of mistake. A frequent reason they end up fighting Dragons is because they mistake them either for spirit invaders or people possessed by them, both things they fight on regular basis.

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* Amusingly enough, ''TabletopGame/NewWorldOfDarkness'' fangame ''TabletopGame/DragonTheEmbers'' has the Werewolves, of all people, being the one ''making'' this type of mistake. A frequent reason they end up fighting Dragons is because they mistake them either for spirit invaders or people possessed by them, [[TabletopGame/WerewolfTheForsaken both things they fight on regular basis.basis]].
27th Apr '16 1:09:52 PM Theokal3
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* Amusingly enough, ''TabletopGame/NewWorldOfDarkness'' fangame ''TabletopGame/DragonTheEmbers'' has the Werewolves, of all people, being the one ''making'' this type of mistake. A frequent reason they end up fighting Dragons is because they mistake them either for spirit invaders or people possessed by them, both things they fight on regular basis.
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