You know what one piece of werewolf lore? The one that’s “bring the wolf their clothes to transform them back” one?
At first it was Mary, who would go get Damien out of the woods, and then Damien would get Lucien. Mary would leave out some food for Damien to get and then toss the cloak over him while he’s eating to turn him back.
But then Robert takes over. When Robert goes to get Damien, he brings Damien’s favorite pajamas, and instead of food, he’ll whistle an old crooning melody to call Damien to him. Damien will come to the familiar sound, and Robert will smile wryly. He runs his hand over Damien’s fur, feeling the wolf lean into his touch, and with his other hand, he gently drapes the shirt over Damien. He quietly says “Let’s go home, furball” with a soft, tender voice.
When Ernest has to go get Lucien, it’s usually just him standing in the middle of the woods, swinging around some random sock or shirt he found on Lucien’s floor, yelling “GET BACK HERE, ASSHAT! YOU PROMISED TO HELP ME MAKE COOKIES TONIGHT” and Lucien can smell Ernest a mile away and comes running like a big, furry ball of affection to leap at the other boy.