Ever played the game Werewolf? If not, then let me summarize for you. There are two groups of players- the innocents (civilians) and the werewolves. Sometimes there is just one werewolf, others the werewolves get turned from humans. Either way, each night the werewolves agree to attack one innocent. In turn, the innocent and the werewolves then vote to kill someone by day. If there are no more innocents, then the werewolves win. If there are no more werewolves, then the innocents win. Simple, right? Now put that into real life.


1. WEREWOLF Sneakpeak

Violent tremors rocked through his body, like earthquakes rippling beneath his very own skin, trembling down his muscles before diving back down in the longest, most twisted and painful route possible. It was like thousands and thousands of daggers driving into his skin, prickling down his arms and legs, running up his spine, before melting into liquid pain. He cried out in pain, cold and suffering, his hands going to his head, staggering back, once more forced into the moonlight.

The sky was clear on an otherwise perfect evening. Trees rustled quietly either side of him, breaking into a clearing just behind him as a small hill rose up. The emerald shades of summer were clearly visible on the cloudless night, dimly reflecting the moon above.

Cold wind battered his sides, slipping through even the slightest of tears in his tunic, biting into his skin. The summer night was warm, and yet the wind that accompanied it was cold, bitter and trying. The man regained his balance, if only for a moment, before the change took hold of him by both shoulders, and his cries reached a new frequency of terror.




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