Well Graham and I finally finished counting and allotting “points” for helpful comment and rolled the dice – er, shook the phone – to reveal the Dyan Moon Survivor of the Month. Recognize this Survivor?
Fast Facts About Agharna Phellan
—> This survivor once posted a valuable and poetic lesson for werewolves about the importance of post-transformation oral hygiene.
—> Once found two A-51 agent suits and probably still has them.
—> USED TO HAVE A VERY GUILTY CONSCIENCE ABOUT A FEW THINGS …
—> In addition to A-51 this survivor has run ins with Dr. Crane and Van Helsing and his Monster Hunters.
—> He may have been raised by werewolves, but he doesn’t exactly like them!
—> What wears a dark suit, is completely evil, and is about to eat your souls? It’s:
Agharna Phellan: Shadowy Elemental Man of Mystery*
*Disclaimer: Please be advised that SOS does not endorse or embrace or otherwise celebrate all or even many of the actions and certainly not the legal advice of this survivor. But he won. So without further disclaimers…
*Disclaimer: In fact, we did not count ANY of the posts in which AP directly or indirectly contributed to the non-survival of another. But despite this ample number of discarded posts, he did win. Luck’s like that some times. So without further disclaimer…
*Disclaimer: JOKE…no more disclaimers! Agharna Phellan is a valued contributer to survival, yours and mine. So without further disclaimer…
“JUST GET ME ANOTHER BLOODTINI.”
Agharna Phellan. His name means “moon” in Sanskrit but that’s not his werewolf name. His WW name is actually Cahin Loup.
So you might wonder, how does a soul-sucking, bass-playing draconian shadow elemental vampire end up with a werewolf name?
Good question. Because Agharna Phellan was raised by werewolves, that’s why.
In fact, he was trained to be a werewolf leader. We don’t know much about his family or why he was expected to lead the pack. He doesn’t talk about his WW family very much. Maybe because one day during a training exercise, 3 werelings under his care were killed during a giant demon wolf attack.
Did something happen to Agharna Phellan that day? We don’t know. Maybe AP himself doesn’t even remember. All we know is, following this incident, AP was being shunned by his village. Worse, they informed AP that he was no longer a werewolf.
As you might expect, being kicked out of your village, your family and even your species is very traumatic. I imagine it would feel like a human being demoted to a monkey. Something like that. Anyway, the point here is, if you wonder why AP has such a complicated relationship with werewolves, look no further than this incident.
Only one thing good came from the shunning. AP discovered his elemental powers. His burning shame. Well, it could really burn. In fact it burned his village to the ground. He couldn’t stop it until he broke a dam and stood under the water.
The water crashing down on him, put out the flames but the fire still smolders and flares up from time to time.
And in its absence he discovered darker elemental powers left by the demon wolf attack. That’s right. Dark lawyering powers. I won’t describe the rest, but you can read about them here. Just hang onto your soul.
Apart from the occasional soul-sucking episode, Agharna Phellan’s a great contributer to survival. A loyal defender and eloquent communicator who plays in a band called the Killosaurus Tonberries and riddles up the pages with advice, comments and poems.
So if you see Agharna Phellan don’t be afraid to say “HI!”*
*Unless you’re a werewolf. Or your soul isn’t properly secured. Or you’re highly flammable or…