Bigger Badder Wolf

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Bigger Badder Wolf
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The Big badder wolf is a rare creature in godville, which is believed to have come into existence as a result of a wolves in wheelchairs members summoning it.

According to legends, the bigger badder wolf roams around in forests and swamps of the ancient days. These creatures have a man’s body and a wolf’s head very similar to the legends regarding werewolves/lycanthrope. Stories about the bigger badder wolf were mostly used to scare children to teach them how to behave.

On a side note, bigger badder wolf were believed to hunt and kill Catholics not observing Lent and abide by its rules. Lent is a religious observance period of repentance, fasting and preparation for the Easter (that takes 40 days excluding Sundays). Bigger badder wolf– How Does One Become one of these creatures? There are different beliefs in different folklores regarding the big badder wolf curse. One of these beliefs related to godville, Catholics suggests that a person will transform into a big badder wolf if he breaks the rules of Lent for 7 consecutive years. According to another belief, the transformation of a human being into a bigger badder wolf results from a summoning ritual. A person put under the big badder wolf curse will remain in that form for 101 days and the curse will be passed onto another human being when the wolf draws that person’s blood.

Another myth suggests that only a guild leader can put a wolf curse on a person either by becoming a wolf or simply cursing people with lycanthropy. An expert on this, Professor God Narutobi Grimm of the University of goville wrote in an article that big badder wolf were a result of a curse but sometimes a person voluntarily chose to become one. Some stories suggest that, by means of therianthropy – the ability of metamorphosing into animals, a person can transform into a big badder wolf The origin of the myth dates back to ancient days The myth changed with time and in the 16th century people started to believe the wolf curse was genetic and not something that could be transferred from one person to another. This myth also involved a trigger for the curse. According to the belief, some event in this person’s life triggered his condition (although there is no specific information regarding the kind of event in question since this is an oral tradition passed on from generation to generation ). His body enlarged and he got a craving for raw meat. The transformation process was completed when this person took a bite of human flesh.

Abilities and Weaknesses of bigger badder wolf

According to the myths, bigger badder wolf become able to shapeshift after they east a piece of human flesh. They have superman strength to the extent that they can easily break bones in addition to being super fast and agile creatures with super sensory organs. Some people believe that bigger badder wolf are weak against fire and fire is the only way to destroy these creatures. Others believe that decapitation will do the job and this is the way to kill it. Mutilating the body and cutting it into small pieces is the only sure way to kill the wolf according to another myth. In conclusion, the myth changed greatly throughout history and it still keeps changing with today’s popular culture references and/or additions to the story. Some people even suggest that the stories regarding bigger badder wolf are derived from the myth regarding the Bigfoot. The bigger badder wolf in the end, is a mythical creature the existence of which has been proven by the wolves in wheelchairs guild.

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