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Lycanthrope

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WereWolf: Male Base by FooRay on DeviantArt

This was done for a story I'm working on.. figured Id share them even though very simple. This is a base ref for the male creature and the female can be... WereWolf: Male Base

Hati the Crimson pain by Chaos-Draco on DeviantArt

Description Hati the she-wolf is Fenrir’s mate, the pack mother and a tireless huntress! Hati is every bit as deadly as the alpha and beta werewolves, and she gave Sköll more than a couple of those scars...... Another work for Omega studios, for more work, process and geek stuff, please follow me www.instagram.com/carlosdracoh… See ya!

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Druantia is a hypothetical Gallic tree goddess proposed by Robert Graves in his study The White Goddess (1948). In Neopaganism, Druantia is an archetype of the eternal mother as seen in the evergreen boughs. Her name is believed to be derived from the Celtic word for oak trees, "drus" or "deru". She is known as "Queen of the Druids". She is a goddess of fertility for both plants& humans, ruling over sexual activities& passion. She also rules protection, t...

Druantia is a hypothetical Gallic tree goddess proposed by Robert Graves in his study The White Goddess (1948). In Neopaganism, Druantia is an archetype of the eternal mother as seen in the evergreen boughs. Her name is believed to be derived from the Celtic word for oak trees, "drus" or "deru". She is known as "Queen of the Druids". She is a goddess of fertility for both plants & humans, ruling over sexual activities & passion. She also rules protection, trees, protection of trees…