Wherewolf

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A whorewolf is a female werewolf. Being female, whorewolves naturally have no sense of direction whatsoever, hence the name (where?-wolf). For this reason, whorewolf characters are often used as comic foils by horror and fantasy writers.

If a girl is destined from birth to become a whorewolf, her wolf-state transformation usually commences with puberty. For this reason, many of the whorewolf's behavioural traits, such as violent and unpredictable hostility, sneaking out of the house in the middle of the night, hairyness, and a tendency to rip guys' hearts out of their chests for sport, often go unnoticed for months or even years.