Naming the Fishes

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Names Worn By Werewolves

Werewolf-werewolves-12640996-1024-768There is something fascinating about mythical creatures…The legends, folktales, and spiritual stories of peoples around the world have always been filled with mythical creatures. From the earliest tales told around the fire to the books and movies that delight and terrify us today, the human imagination has populated the world with a marvelous variety of magical and menacing animals, monsters, spirits, and gods.

And all of them have some sort of name…

I’ve decided to do a brand new name series, and for each post I will pick a mythical creature and list names from comics, movies, books, anime etc that have been used for a character that is that mythical creature. Simple. Easy. Fun.

This first post is about names worn by werewolves. You know…Full moons. Wolves. Big, scary wolves. One bite and you’re one too.


Aela (The Elder Scrolls: Skyrim)
 (Sookie Stackhouse Novels)
Alfie (Alfie the Werewolf)
Bisclavret (lai Bisclavret)
Boyd (Teen Wolf)
Cesaire (Red Riding Hood)
Cornell (Castlevania: Legacy of Darkness)
Danyla (Dragon Age: Origins)
Delphine (City Watch Series)
Evo (Darkstorm)
Fenrir (Harry Potter)
Free (Soul Eater)
George (Being Human)
Jyabura (One Piece)
Liru (Magical Pokaan)
Lucian (Underworld)
Mikola (The Warlord)
Quentin (Dark Shadows)
Quil (Twilight)
Remus (Harry Potter)
Ronin (Last Man Standing)
Timmain (ElfQuest)
Tsavo (Magnus)
Velkan (Van Helsing)
Veruca (Buffy the Vampire Slayer)
Wallace (Wallace and Gromit: the curse of the were rabbit)
Zylo (Shining Force)



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