Shapeshifter



  • A weak-minded individual who bends their personality in order to befriend certain people. This person usually has very low self esteem and feels very insecure about his or her lack of accomplishments in the world or about just being his or her self.



  • A person who can alter their shape into a form of an animal. Usual shapeshifters can change into only one animal, but sometimes they can change into multiple forms at will. Silver cannot harm shapeshifters, nor can items of religon. The usual animal form is a very large wolf, and shapeshifters usually get mistaken for werewolves.
    The difference is in appearance [werewolves tend to walk on two feet, shapeshifters walk just like the animal they change into to] and that the full moon has no control over their change, only their emotions.



  • A female that appears initially to be attractive, but when seen from different angles or on different occasions, looks to be ugly or mediocre. This pattern can continue and makes it difficult for males to know if the girl is really attractive or not. Shapeshifters are often good at hiding their ugliness with hair, certain makeup, or clothing in very specific instances.


 

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