Do Werewolves Transform During A Solar Eclipse?
You’d think nothing would happen to a Werewolf since a solar eclipse can only take place during a New Moon rather than the transforming Full Moon. During a New Moon Werewolves are in human form, and feel most human during this phase. At this time their enhanced abilities are at their lowest. Not to mention the fact that an eclipse is during the day rather than the werewolves natural nocturnal domain. Despite this, during an eclipse, the Holy Sun is sending immense metaphysical energy through the Moon which in turn transforms it to unseen unholy lunar energies. It’s never been the moonlight itself that affect werewolves but rather the energies of enchantment flying forth! The perfect alignment of the Sun and Moon creates a focused laser of paranormal powers that override the normally dormant New Moon.
Those afflicted with the Lycanthrope virus transform into wolfmen, and women during a total solar eclipse. They become true human-wolf hybrids in bipedal form with their human persona, and consciousness intact. Yet they are still strongly influenced by the violent rage filled demonic wolf that courses through their DNA, and blood! Some Werewolves wish every New Moon brought a solar eclipse because they tend to enjoy the wolfman or wolfwoman experience. When you see someone running away erratically while sprouting fur during a solar event it’s usually a loner non-pack wolf who had no idea what the eclipse would do to them. When the eclipse hits always keep a wary eye on your surroundings since the wolf person form is a new experience for many werewolves. Their behavior could be highly unpredictable, and potentially dangerous!
The unique experience only lasts the mere minutes of the fleeting solar eclipse. They transform back into full human form rather quickly. Varying degrees of partial eclipses will cause some level of transformation. Often the person can get away with looking like a really hairy individual. Unfortunately, this draws unwanted attention to the female werewolves.