08-06-2013, 09:04 PM
"Very interesting," Dolph replied. But untrue, was what he was thinking. Dolph was very much amused by the way that most humans thought of werewolves. They got their information from books or TV shows or films, and most of the assumptions were wrong. Werewolves generally formed packs, and they, like vampires, were immortal. However, unlike vampires, werewolves weren't undead. They were alive, and acted a lot like normal wolves.
Dolph was the alpha of this particular pack, but he didn't as a general rule order the others about too much. The pack was too small for anything other than co-operation; apart from him, there was just one other male werewolf. The remainder was two older werewolf females, and two youngsters.