As if Werewolves weren’t bad enough, we have the misfortune of dealing with demonic werewolves every Friday The 13th. Friday the 13th is a day in which portals to hell open up randomly and hellish spirits are able to cross into our realm of reality. On this day the forces of evil can be highly focused and are attracted to powerful beings of deep anger and aggression. Beings they can use as a vessel to exact the most damage while they are here.
Any Friday the 13th that coincides with a full moon leads to demons possessing werewolves as they roam about in a rage during the nocturnal hours between dusk and dawn. When back in human form these people are still possessed and in fact under the full control of the demon who will mask their identity. Although you will see that the human host has signs of evil within them despite trying to hide it. They will possess superhuman strength well beyond even that of a werewolf. Once in werewolf form their strength and speed will be even greater. Far greater than even a Supermoon Werewolf. In addition none of the normal werewolf deterrents will work on them. Not even a silver bullet.
You can identify a demonic werewolf by the ghastly red glow of their enlarged eyes as opposed to their usual non glowing eyes. Although some have a pale yellow glow. We suggest you exercise extreme caution when going out at night on Friday the 13th and Saturday morning before dawn. In fact we recommend staying in a home with active protection spells in place or somewhere on hallowed grounds. Use of a silver cross or holy water will have limited effect on these demonic beasts of the night and may in fact anger them even more. They will be a lot more intelligent than a standard werewolf so you can’t simply scare it away like an animal. You need to seriously run for your life because it’s your only chance. Once you spot the hellish hound you’re pretty much dead unless you can get to hallowed ground or someone with amazing magical powers. We wish you luck on this most unlucky of days which is now even more dangerous thanks to the full moon.