Rohk Picture

This is a better drawing of him. Been working on it since I woke up
Shapeshifters - Shapeshifting, transformation , transmogrification or morphing is a change in the form or shape of a person. Popular shapeshifting creatures in myths and legends are werewolves and vampires (mostly of European, Canadian, and Native American/early American origin), the fox spirits or were-foxes of East Asia (including the kitsune of Japan), and the gods, goddesses, and demons of numerous mythologies, such as Loki from Norse mythology or Proteus from Greek mythology. It was also common for deities to transform mortals into animals and plants. Although shapeshifting to the form of a wolf is specifically known as lycanthropy, and such creatures who undergo such change are called lycanthropes, those terms have also been used to describe any human-animal transformations and the creatures who undergo them. Therianthropy is the more general term for human-animal shifts, but it is rarely used in that capacity.

Wendigo's - the Wendigo is a malevolent supernatural creature. It is usually described as a giant with a heart of ice; sometimes it is thought to be entirely made of ice. Its body is skeletal and deformed, with missing lips and toes."The Great Wendigo", a mighty spirit of the winter and the wind who takes the form of a great white wolf and aids his people in their times of need. The spirit is known to be a cannibal spirit, and many garou of the wendigo tribe are likewise reputed by outsiders to have a temptation to eat human (or garou) flesh.

These descriptions came from . . .. Rohk though is a bit different. -shruggs- He is different from those two types of Shapeshifters in Myths and stuff. He also has a messed up history. . . and its long.
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