The Fera (or some of them) have been detailed to various degrees in several game supplements of Werewolf: The Apocalypse. The way the Fera are depicted varies from source to source due to page count restrictions and the general level of background design during the various editions.
Basic Information in most of the Fera can be found in
- Werewolf Player's Guide (1995 / ISBN 1-56504-057-0)
- Werewolf Player's Guide (2nd Edition) (1998 / ISBN 1-56504-352-9) and
- Player's Guide to the Changing Breeds (2003 / ISBN 1-58846-318-4).
A more detailed look an any given Fera can be found in their own game supplement, respectively. The Player's Guide to the Changing Breeds is the latest publication to day (2012), although a new supplement dealing with the Fera was announced for 2013.
There are 4 supplements for the Mind's Eye Theatre Werewolf rules Laws of the Wild:
- Laws of the Wild: Changing Breeds 1 (ISBN 1-56504-733-8) (Nuwisha, Corax and Bastet)
- Laws of the Wild: Changing Breeds 2 (ISBN 1-58846-502-0) (Gurahl and Mokolé)
- Laws of the Wild: Changing Breeds 3 (ISBN 1-58846-512-8) (Ananasi and Ratkin)
- Laws of the Wild: Changing Breeds 4 (ISBN ?-?????-???-?) (Nagah and Rokea)
All four books are available as Print on Demand-Versions.
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