* ( BTW THIS IS NOT A ROLEPLAYING SITE! IF YOU ARE AN IDIOT POSER WHO WANTS ATTENTION, OR EVEN JUST A DUMBASS PERSON, LEAVE. LIKE, SERIOUSLY...THERE IS AN EXIT BUTTON TO THE RIGHT OF YOU)*
The online werewolf community is a joke. We are torn to pieces by posers-- people who pretend to be werewolves and cause a unnecessary amount of drama, people who go on werewolf forums just to be close-minded idiots, and finally immature werewolves themselves. I've been preaching to an empty choir for ages, but I've had enough of this shit.
Satanists have a better online community. Even vampires, who do have the frequent poser problem, have a sustaining and dedicated community for fellow vampires.
So why do werewolves have a serious problem in having a self-sufficient community? It's not like we're mindless creatures that can barely restrain our dog-like impulses on a daily basis. We are werewolves. That means half wolf and human. If you think that our wolf side is the only side that matters, well, you've got a long way to go. That's OK though. I'm here to educate people on the facts or theories of werewolfism. I'm here to stimulate thoughts on thinking scientifically about the supernatural. I'm here to get cold, hard facts about werewolves.
Our communities should not be about stupid things like "OMG, the beta member talked bad about our alpha," or "Let's kill all humans and vampires! Let's be the dominant species on the earth!"
The fuck? How is that going to benefit anyone? One, it's just a attention-grabber, and two, it's impractical. (The second one at least). Step it up, people! If we really want people, and not just humans, to take us seriously, then we need to prove it.
P.S. Halfmoon won the war. :P
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