A thin isthmus of land called Eaglehawk Neck connects the Forestier Peninsula and Tasman Peninsula to mainland Tasmania on the island’s southeastern coast. A set of fractured, Permian aged siltsones exposed at the coastline produce this spectacular feature known as the Tessellated Pavement.
- Luna Oculos (Mooneyes): Shifts around/on crescent moons only. Looks naked, only some fur protects around the face. Can’t control their shifts. Bipedal. (Werewolf breed)
- Coureurs Forestiers (Forestrunners): Furry. Can control their shifts but it’s difficult. Shifts around/on Full and crescent moons only. Bipedal. (Werewolf breed)
- Jãger (Earthwalker): Huge or normal wolf shifts. Painful or non painful shifts, depends on how much control they have. Can shift freely. Quadrupedal. (Lycan breed)
- Dorn Drumeintis (Sunsleeper): Looks like a teddy bear in the face. Quick and less painful/non painful shifts. Have control but anger makes them “Wolf out” or lose their self minds. Shifts around/on full moons. Have markings/symbols. Bipedal. (Werewolf breed)
- Ddannedd Qwyn (Whitefangs): Skinwalker from another area. Shifts around/on full moons. (Lycan breed)
- Cer Deţinătorii (Skykeepers): In variety just as wolf species they appear as different species, except their fur is the color to the metal they are allergic to. They each are bipedal and have a pair of wings. Royals and elders have more than one pair of wings, and they are also able to change at will. (Lycan breed)
- Kynigoús Aímatos (Bloodchasers): A ravenous species genetically created by hunters for hunting purposes. They are bonded with vampire DNA, track through blood, and once blood is caught they go on a ravenous hunt for it. They are often joked around being called “Blood hounds”, they can only change after a sufficient amount of blood has been consumed. Usually for a few good hours it takes six quarts. Fur is their natural hair color. Short hair. Long snout. Floppy ears. Quadrupedal. (Werewolf breed)
- Tuman Dykhatel Nykh (Fogbreather): *Unknown information*
- Siúlóirí Scáth (Shadowwalkers): Can shift at will. Bipedal. (Lycan breed) *More information to come*
- Ammo Ourlázon *Irrinja* (Sandhowlers): In the Australian outback there is a legend of a demon dog that is called the Irrinja. This odd werewolf tale isn’t based around the moon, but rather the sand. The legend has it that the Irrinja has the shape of a man. This is left open to the imagination due to the fact it sounds like it’s a devil dog that takes the shape of a man and a wolf. The legend also states that the man lies down at the coming of a sandstorm. This tells us that this particular werewolf is independent of lunar intervention but instead is in need of a sandstorm which makes this werewolf very peculiar. The legend also says that there is a sound which is that of the call of the butcher bird. When this sound is made by the bird, the dune housing the man that lied down opens to reveal a snarling devilish looking werewolf that is ready to hunt for human flesh. This werewolf legend, in contrast to the majority of other werewolf legends, is very interesting because not only is the transformation peculiar, but the fact that the legend leaves open ends as to what exactly causes the man to lie down in the sand and take the shape of a wolf as well. The tale of the Irrinja is one that plagues the Australian outback and will for generations to come. (Werewolf? breed)
- Rien: Come from a long tradition of blue bloods, meaning royal or high power. There’s always been a small section of them at once. Their fur tends to be silky, soft, but also very thick. They also have definitive colors as well, mostly either jet black with hints of brown, or ice white with hints of golden orange. They are taller and bigger than average wolves, their eyes are also very bright turning colors of ice blue, gold, and green. They have a very fascinating history as well. Both bipedal and quadrupedal, and tend to stay bipedal unless hunting. (Lycan breed)
- Loup Garou: Le Loup Garou is from French Canadian folklore that is said to be able to shift into five different forms. Though, due to many different stories Loup Garou could not be a werewolf but more of a shifter with five different forms, or at least a wolf like creature. It originated from French Canadian folklore but is widely known throughout Europe. This breed is said to be able to shift randomly, and can either be bipedal or quadrupedal depending on the form it’s in. (Werewolf? breed)
Everyone always wanted more Team Avatar bonding, right? How about some hide-and-go-seek with the Gaang, and a lovably grumpy Zuko?
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This island was probably one of the more foresty places you’ve been with the Gaang. Huge, twisty, moss-covered trees, full of secret places and little streams. It was awesome. Sokka and Katara, however, had become decidedly agitated.
“It’s just too close in here,” Katara said, crossing her arms.
“You can’t even see the sky,” her brother added. You understood, of course; there were no trees where they grew up. Of course that would make them claustrophobic in forests. Still, it was grating on your nerves.
“I’m gonna hit someone,” you growled under your breath.
“Not if I beat you to it,” Zuko whispered back, and you couldn’t help smiling. Being grumpy is a strange thing to bond over, but apparently neither of you had a choice in the matter. You were friends, and there was nothing you could do about it.
“How long do you think it’ll take them to complain about how hot it is?” you mumbled.
As if on cue, Sokka rolled his eyes skyward. “Ugh. It’s so hot in here.”
You giggled, and even Zuko cracked a smile.
It seemed like such an innocent suggestion - a nice, friendly game - when Aang said, “Hey, who wants to play hide-and-seek?”
“You must be great at that.” Zuko’s expression didn’t change, but you could see the glitter of mischeif in his dark eyes. “You won for like a hundred years.”