The "Weird" World
Werebeasts guard and protect the earth from mystical evil. Weres do not rely on the cycles of the moon to change. They are born resembling humans and will first change between six months to a year of age during the rise of a full moon. The younger the were is when he or she first changes, the stronger he or she will be. Weres, unless killed in battle or die from loss of their mates, will live until the first full moon following their 100th birthday, maintaining their heightened senses, strength, and ability to heal until their deaths.
Click to meet the Wolves
Considered the rock stars of the supernatural world, vampires are immortals who will never appear to age past thirty years. Their favorite activities are feeding from humans, admiring themselves in the mirror, and tanning. Yes, tanning. Sunlight born of magic is the only light that can destroy a vampire. Vampires are powerful, intelligent, beautiful--and they know it. Master vampires are especially arrogant and consumed with expanding their wealth and domains, much to the resentment of the weres.
The Legend of Cursed Gold
When the world was still new, and magic was at its strongest, a witch fell in love with a vampire. The vampire didn't love her in return. He only loved his gold and the power it granted him. The witch cast a spell to curse the vampire's gold, believing if she couldn't have her love, he couldn't have his. The curse, fused by the witch's anger and bitterness, was powerful enough to extend to all preternatural creatures. Neither vampire nor werebeast can touch gold long without it making them sick. A bullet dipped in gold has the ability to explode a supernatural creature's heart like an atom bomb.
A word of caution: if you're trying to shoot a preternatural being with a gold bullet, you had better not miss.