Hence, the not-uncommon female lycanthrope should more strictly be a "wifwolf" (or "woman-wolf"), a term that has not seen much actual use.Generally, werewolves are Older Than Feudalism, going back to the European Middle Ages and to the Ancient Greek myth of a king cursed by Zeus to become one.While having your neck bitten by beautiful people is erotic, being torn into bloody chunks and eaten is not.And in most common depictions, werewolves aren't exactly sapient in wolf form.If you don't already have the Quick Time software on your system, it is worth every second of the few minutes it takes to download it onto your hard disk and install it. Quick Time images give you an extraordinary sense of being there, on location where the photographs that were used to build the VR were taken.With panoramic VRs, you get the sense that you're standing in a certain spot and spinning 360° on your heels, gaining a full-round view of whatever scene is pictured. A: In theory, to shoot 360° panoramic VRs, you place your camera on a tripod and turn and shoot to capture a full 360° worth of pictures; you then use special software to "stitch" the photos together into the full-round VR.While we always keep the first goal in mind, the second goal means that on occasion we make use of new and exciting Internet technology that will not always be usable with all browsers at all times.
Surprisingly, such an earlier revisionist treatment happened in medieval times for fictitious werewolves; in the Chivalric Romance, a werewolf could be a perfectly gentle and noble beast. Recent works of note include the , although this depiction is much more traditional than the above.
See Werewolf Works for an index of works that prominently feature werewolves.
Peter: Egon, not to be intrusive or unduly nosy, but what do you mean by "worse"?
If the tips below do not answer your question and you continue to experience problems, please let us know via the feedback form.
On the NOVA Web site, we have two goals (among others) that occasionally conflict: first, to make our resources available to as many people as possible, and second, to make those resources as informative and entertaining as possible.