Changing Breeds

Some articles on changing breeds, breed:

Changing Breed - Source Material - Nagah
... / ISBN 1-56504-348-0) Player's Guide to the Changing Breeds (2003) The Nagah are "were-Snakes" that originated in India ... Most of the other changing breeds believe them to be extinct, however the Mokolé and the Hengeyokai (Beast Courts) are aware of their existence ... the roles of silent and hidden judges and executioners for the Changing Breeds ...
Werewolf: The Forsaken - Characters
... were-beast in the World of Darkness and belong to the so-called Changing Breeds (beings part human, part animal and part spirit) ... Among these beings, the Uratha are not the only shapeshifters or even werewolves, but the breed with the deepest spiritual connection, aside from the Ursara (werebears) ... There are also other differences to the other Changing Breeds ...

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