Special Sub-Topic: The Legend of the Werewolf
|How many nights a month would a werewolf transform into his wolf shape according to traditional western folklore?|
Three. In the moon cycle, the moon is only full for one night every month. But in traditional werewolf lore, it is three.
|Which one of these is NOT a correct way to successfully kill a werewolf?|
Branding it with a crucifix. Werewolves are vulnerable to cold iron.
|What is the name of the disease where the affected person believes he or she is really a wolf?|
Lycanthropy. This disease still exists today.
|Which of these is a way to transform into a werewolf?|
Drinking water from a wolf's pawprint. This, although odd, is one of the most well known ways of how to transform, among horror experts.
|Now, which of these is NOT a correct way to transform into a werewolf?|
Being bitten by a rabid wolf. Being bitten by a rabid wolf would only result in you developing rabies yourself.
|What was the name of the Norse wolf god, who is sometimes referred to as the 'God of the Werewolf'?|
Fenrir. Fenrir was often described in Norse legend as being 'Evil and Demonic'.
|What was the name of the Greek king who supposedly transformed into a wolf after devouring wolf flesh?|
King Lycaon. Werewolves often crop up in Greek and Roman legends.
|What is the only food a werewolf cannot eat?|
Salt. Salt is often used as a protection against evil spirits.
|What is the French name for a werewolf?|
Loup-Garou. Versipellis is the Latin for werewolf.
|Which English monarch was accused of being a werewolf?|
King John the First. King John's family, the Anjou's, were often associated with evil and black magic. John's great grandmother was referred to as the 'Devil Incarnate' according to many religious texts.
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