15 years ago
reading_is_dangerous

What happens to a wolf if a werewolf bites it? What happens to a chimp?

I'm writing a story in which a werewolf is found in a zoo, like it often happens (in stories) but instead of leaving the zoo in the morning, the werewolf spends the night biting every animal. What happens to an elephant if a werewolf bites it?
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15 years ago
devange13
Nothing really. The only time a werewolf would attack another wolf, if they were fighting over territory. You have to keep in mind that a werewolf will act like a wolf in certain situations, because of the fact that the person is part wolf. For the chimp, I have no clue.
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15 years ago
Anonymous
reverts like sponge-gar! becomes a woolly mammoth on steroids! of course...it would be a good twist if the animals didn't change outwardly. what if they stayed the same in appearance(except subtly larger and stronger), but got a lot smarter, and a lot more vicious? that would add a whole new aspect of creepiness, and a lot more opportunities for the animals to actively wreak havok. what if were-critters looked just like normal ones? how would you tell the difference before they ate your face? some of your story could be figuring this out... interesting premise, though. i like it. what if werewolf was really a wolf, but endowed with the intelligence of a man, and the appetites of a madman? how hard would it be to spot - much less capture? good idea, mate! hope to read it someday soon! good luck!
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15 years ago
thelastdragon
I guess they would become were animals! They would just attack everything in site! Sounds like an interesting story!
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15 years ago
Feathery
I would think the animals would become more vicious and violent, effected by the full moon.
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15 years ago
Anonymous
Well I only know for sure that a chimp would become a "WAREWIMP"
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