Name: Bran Cornick-> In the series. He is the oldest werewolf in the new world and possibly in the old world as well.
->He is made Alpha of all the Alphas and by the power of that, able to take on any other.
->Kills any werewolves who allow the wolf to lead and the man to follow; preventing-mass-slaughter sorts of reasons.
->This status gives him enough power to overrule any alpha's final ruling.
->the Marrok and his pack have oversight of all the werewolves in North America.ALPHAS:
->Alphas are uncomfortable outside their own territory and interact badly with other Alphas.
->The only thing it takes to be an Alpha is power, not intelligence or even common sense.
->Alphas, especially the Marrok, never look away when others are watching them.
->Alphas can help control the wolves of newly Changed werewolves.
->The pack is sworn to obedience to the Alpha.
->Penalty for disobeying a direct order from an Alpha is brutal.
->An Alpha never admits weakness in front of the pack.
->Meeting an Alpha on his home territory puts him in a superior position.
->Being an Alpha isn't easy; it's a lot of responsibility, a lot of work.
->if a pack member is hurt, flesh and blood of the Alpha can help heal him.
->it's not an easy matter to oust an Alpha, in North America, that never happens without the consent of the Marrok.
->Alphas heal faster then regular wolves due to the power of his pack.
->Strong Alphas can force the change on another wolf.
->They are obsessive control freaks >.>Dominant Wolves:
->it's hard for a dominant wolf to hurt a submissive wolf--if he's sane--their instincts tell them to protect them.
->Dominant wolves heal faster than submissive wolves.
->When an extremely dominant werewolf meets someone's gaze with his wolf in the fore, even humans bow to their knees.
->Arguing with dominant wolves could have unpleasant results.
->Really dominant wolves can add a push into their voice; like a command.
->A submissive werewolf is not incapable of protecting himself: he can fight, he can kill as readily as any other.
->They don't feel the need to fight-not the way a dominant does.
->They are a treasure in a pack; a source of purpose and balance.
->Protecting a submissive is far more rewarding because a submissive will never wait until you are wounded or your back is turned to see if you are truly dominant to them.
->They unite the pack with the goal of keeping them safe and cared for.Omega Werewolves:
->There are more male Omegas--because there are more male werewolves. The female population of Omegas is not that big.
->Like dominant werewolves, being an Omega was mostly personality when human.
->Omegas serve much the same purpose in a pack as submissives, but more so.
->Not constrained by an instinctive need to obey a more dominant wolf. Omega's are the only wolves who could go against an order made by the Marrok himself if they want to.
->Has all the protective instincts of an Alpha and none of the violent tendencies.
->They don't answer to the pack structure; they are considered to be out of it.New Werewolves:
->New werewolves have to be taught how to use their senses
->There is a support structure to educate the new wolf, to keep him and everyone around him safe.
->A new werewolf just doesn't stand a chance against the older ones.
->One of the danger signs watched for in a new werewolf was a sudden change in personality or mood that seemed to have no obvious cause, an indication that the beast was gaining control of the human.
->The wolf can supersede the man often in newly Changed wolves; they are vicious, unpredictable, and dangerous even to the people they love.
->A lone wolf is considered an outcast.
->A lone wolf is a male that either declines to join a pack or cannot find a pack that will take him in; females are not allowed that option.
->Lone wolves are, in general, an odd bunch, dangerous to themselves an others.
---->A rogue is a wolf who has no official standing.
---->When tracked down a rogue is given the opportunity to join a pack; lone wolf under the Marrok's rules, or killed.Female Werewolves:
->A mated female takes her pack position from her mate, but unmated females are always lower than males unless the male was unusually submissive.
->Unmated females belong to the Alpha.
->Werewolf women can't have children. The change is too hard on the fetus.
->Werewolf women miscarry at the first full moon.
->Human women miscarry a little over half of the children they conceive by a werewolf father. They can carry to term only those babies who are wholly human.
*Wolves stop aging in the mid twenties to thirties, which is when our human bodies start to break down. If a child survives the changed they will age until they reach that number.
*If they don't heal properly bones must be re-broken for them to heal properly.
*Most packs the males have the authority, but this doesn't mean that it is unspoken for a female to occupy a position of power in a pack.
*Moonstruck:When the moon comes, you can't stop the change. When moonstruck the werewolf would kill anyone near him; they can become out of control through no fault of their own.
*Moon's Call: The voice of the Alpha only holds the power of the moon, and it is much like the deadly quiet that precedes the start of the hunt. Wolves answer to their alpha no matter what during this, even lone wolves if called on command appear.
*Shadows Spell: Used by packs to conceal fights or kills or anything else they didn't want the rest of the world to know about.
*The Reveal: Not all wolves had to go through this, only the alphas and other powerful wolves. Anyone who decided to do this not only gets the help from the Marrok (even financially) it also awards protection to them. This was done to avoid any blackmail that could happen since technology has continued to advance the point that it was possible humans would find out the truth on their own.
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