Leafpool arrived on the site some months ago, as many do, researching ways to trigger latent lycanthropy, specifically:
–>>seeking a reliable provider of transformation dust materials. Bone dust, to be specific.
–>> by receiving a mark of Fenrir and
–>> by divine intervention.
Now ordinarily, this is not encouraged on the site. SOS is about survival in supernatural times and while your survival strategy may include becoming a werewolf, it’s generally not a great idea. So SOS does not endorse or encourage the sharing of supernatural pathogens, mutagens or genigens.
However with Leafpool we have made an exception owing to the way she went about it. After interviewing, chatting and helping not a few other survivors along the way **although I’m not exactly sure helping Reaper here counts as helping helping or something er less than helpful** not to mention introducing her friend Assanjin to the site – Leafpool decided on an unusual if risky strategy – a deal, brokered by Lilith via Eris to call on a primal lunar spirit named Nanna for the gift of transformation.
It’s a risky strategy for a number of reasons.
First off, there’s the issue of price. It will cost Leafpool five favours – which she has accepted to perform without even knowing them all yet.
Second, she wants to become a ghost werewolf. (Remember how she wanted bone dust?) Nobody has ever survived a ghost werewolf initiation and told about it here on the site. I don’t even know if it’s possible. But she also appears to have made a deal with Reaper to try out being a Reaper Wolf…
Third, Leafpool has decided to try for all this to happen on the September super moon, the third and final super moon of 2014 which using the law of three, promises to be particularly
So will Leafpool transform on the full moon? What five favours will Nanna and the other nature spirits exact? Will Lilith or Eris be the ones to collect? Will Reaper recruit her to his interns? Will Fenrir give her a protective mark? Will there be more Survivors of the Month?
It’s too soon to say. We’ll have to keep on keeping on to find out. Meanwhile, a small but heartfelt thank you goes out to Leafpool for super surviving these last months with SOS.by Seth Greening - Visit SethOnSurvival.com