Werewolves do show up in Seeds of Blood. They will probably regret that.
Honestly, of all the monsters Hollywood has mangled the folkloric representation of, werewolves have to be the top of the list. “Only killed with a silver bullet” – well, that you can find in tales of the Beast of Gévaudan, even if what we can gather from the actual reports isn’t sure about the silver part. “Mortal enemies to vampires”… don’t get me started on how a lot of the original Eastern European legends said if you killed a werewolf it might come back as a vampire. But the most egregious bit Hollywood’s added is the whole near-instant regeneration.
Seriously, Hollywood? Seriously? Suspension of disbelief, anyone? ‘Cause that one just blows mine.
Werewolves are legendary creatures of folklore. Emphasis on the legendary, there. As in, they’ve been around for a very long time. Which implies that humans, even before the advent of silversmithing and high explosives, must have been able to deal with them. Otherwise you’d have a furry apocalypse instead of a zombie one.
Insta-heal werewolves. Grraaaar.
Let’s just say, Myrrh has an interesting time teaching people how werewolf invulnerability is a lot more talk than action….