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  • Hey there folks, its SheldonCooperWannabe; avid Wesen enthusiast! I was rather dismayed at the annihilation of the user blogs, so I am creating this thread to fill the hole in my heart that was created upon the destruction of Prof. Draco's "Invent a Wesen" blog. Create your own Wesen! A lot of ideas have been used by the show and the fans already, so at this point, creativity truely is key; go wild with obscure mythology and obscure animals and make your mark on the sprawling universe that is the Wesen world.

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    • Mr A is back!

      Gorgon

      This legendary Wesen was documented by the ancient greeks thousands of years ago. It is an all-female species and is commonly thought to be extinct. When Woged, they gain scales, stilt pupils, claws, fangs and a forked tongue. They also gain extra nerves in their hair, which makes each hair individually prehensile. The ancient greeks thought the hair was alive and made of snakes as a result of this. On both sides of the nose, they have glands that release venom into the air. If this venom is inhaled, the victim will become paralyzed. They are also known for their skills in both archery and seduction.

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    • I have a great and pretty horrific idea in the works, but I'm saving that for Halloween; here's a smaller idea that just came to me!

      Vertrauenswurdig-Pech (Ger. trustworthy-bad luck)

      Vertrauenswurdig-Pech are a very unique and enigmatic Wesen. They resemble a pitch-black Klaustreich and are often considered an offshoot of that species, but are officially considered their own species (Homo felis furvus). Pech (as we shall now call them) are very secretive, but known to be extremely trustworthy individuals and wise thinkers. However, they have acquired a reputation as harbingers of bad luck, this is primarily due to the fact that, throughout history, Pech have been employed as messengers to warn townspeople of emergencies such as natural disasters. This instinct has become bred within the species and urges will often lead them to predict, and attempt to warn people about, natural disasters. 

      "Stay sharp after crossing paths with a Vertrauenswurdig-Pech, disaster may be around the corner."  --- "Blutbaden and Other Wesen to Watch Out For" by Jacob Grimm, 1826

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      Schlechtes Gewissen (Ger. guilty conscience)

      Schlechtes Gewissen are strange, to say the least. The species is rare, thankfully so, and their behaviors can be considered reprehensible by most other beings. Their instincts drive them to be around others and care for others, but after long periods of time around others, they begin to despise those they love. Their mind will zero in on flaws and they will involuntarily begin to hate those they spend time near. They will believe that that person must be erased from the earth, even for a petty feature. They will kill, but soon will not be able to handle their crime, driving themselves mad and delving themselves into their own personal hell.

      Schlechtes Gewissen are very irrational and aggressive when woged. Their transformed appearance is that of a demonic elf, with long grey hair, sharpened teeth, pointed ears, and orange-tinted eyes. Their skin developes a decidedly withered texture.

      "I admit the deed! It is the beating of this hideous heart!"----"The Tell-Tale Heart", Edgar Allan Poe, 1843

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    • Happy Halloween! Here's a new Wesen i came up with recently.

      -Mr A

      Kongamato

      This mysterious Wesen is based on an Central African cryptid of the same name. When woged, it gains a beak, sharp teeth and claws. The fifth finger extends and a membrane forms between the finger and the waist. It can glide between trees and attack its prey without them knowing. Many have tried to kill the creature, but they never succeed.

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    • This would be awesome, but a vampiric wesen named Blutsauger that only comes out at night due to it's skin condition.

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    • That was my idea...

      -Mr A

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    • Raserei (Rage)

      No living being, wesen or otherwise, would dare run afoul of the Raserei. More commonly known as Furies, these foul wesen are of a lineage so old that it predates recorded history. No one knows their place of origin (Greece is the most likely possibility, but confirmation is impossible) or how they came to be. But everyone who knows of them also knows why they are to be feared.

      When woged, Raserei resemble something out of a nightmare. Their ordinary eyes are replaced with four black ones, pupiless and unblinking. Their nose is replaced by two fleshy holes in the centre of the face and their teeth reform into squat fangs that are no longer covered by lips. Where there should be skin, there is instead black chiton. Ears disappear entirely. On the top of each wrist there is a seven inch long bone spur, sharp enough and strong enough to rend flesh and cartilage apart. The leg and arm muscles become denser and stronger. But all this is nothing compared to the horrifying nature of their minds.

      Raserei are nothing if not vengeful. Any wrong against them, no matter how minor, must be rectified in blood. That would be scary enough one its own, but Raserei take it so much further. Only minor wrongs are punished with death. Those who commit a major wrong are shown the Rasereis' sadistic side. They will stalk said individual for a period as short as a week or as long as a year. During this period, the Raserei will perpetuate a campaign of terror against the poor sap who wronged them. It typically starts with appearing in the shadows in their victims peripheral vision and disturbing messages carved into the walls of their homes. It usually ends with the mutilated bodies of friends and loved ones found hanging from ceilings and assurances of death written in blood. In the end, the victim usually goes insane or commit suicide. Those few that don't eventually find themselves sharing the fates of those the Raserei killed as a message to them.

      Should you wrong one, there is no hope for survival, as they are experts at stealth and view apologies as insincere. All you can do is wait and hope that someone with power comparable to them pieties you. If that is not in the cards, find a gun and end you life before the Raserei makes it unbearable.

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    • Steinmann

      a golem like wesen with tough skin that can't be penetrated.

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    • Sorry, meant to post this on Halloween!

      Keller Morder (Ger. basement killer)

      The Keller Morder is a cellar spider (daddy long-legs) like Wesen species known for a very terrifying habit. The majority of KMs are totally normal people, until their internal urges oblige them to feed. Like Spinnetod, a Keller Morder has to shed its skin regularly, about every forty years, and the process to do so is quite gruesome. The process occurrs over the span of a week and proceeds as follows:

      Sunday- The KM breaks into your house and finds a nice dark place to hide.

      Monday-Wednesday- The KM watches you from afar to learn your routine, and your fears.

      Thursday-Friday- The KM uses weak psychic abilities to place disturbing images into your mind, often utilizing your worst nightmares.

      Saturday- The Keller Morder will make itself known to you and, after cornering you, will vomit extremely corrosive acid that will totally liquefy your body within about ten minutes. He will consume your puddle of a body and leave behind nothing but his now former layer of skin.

      When woged, a Keller Morder becomes extremely pale and all hair vanishes. The eyes become large, round and black and six smaller eyes appear, surrounding the main eyes. All of these secondary eyes are capable of seeing heat signatures and/or ultraviolet light. Two small fangs descend from their mouths, but they are incapable of inflicting damage. The arms and legs become almost grotesquely long. KMs are extremly agile and excell at climbing sheer faces.

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    • Well, I didn't need sleep anyway.

      - Mr. A

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    • Kellermörder (compound word, umlaut missing); female: Kellermörderin

      Otherwise a very nice idea. :D

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    • Hey, Sheldon. It's the Schlangemyrder. Thanks for bringing invent a Wesen back. Why were the blogs destroyed, and by who? Anyway, I've come up with a new Wesen.

      Seltsamestier (Ger. Strange Beast)

      Seltsamestier are a very ancient Wesen species. Their original name has been lost to time, even Seltsamestier have forgoten it. They are also on the verge of extinction, with estimated global population of 200 individuals. Thousands of years ago, one Seltsamestier established himself as the Egyptian god Set.

      Upon Woge, Seltsamestier gain a dog-like face. While their faces are dog-like, there is something off about their faces. Namely, their faces are long and gaunt, and have a nose that curves lightly downward. For this reason, many scholars believe ancient Egyptian carvings of the so called "Set animal" are stylized representation of a known animal, when they are in fact representations of Seltsamestier. Seltsamestier have rectangular ears that sit on top of their heads. Males grow short, velvety black fur all over their bodies, while females have fur the color of dried blood. Seltsamestier have clawed hands and feet. Physically, Seltsamestier are very powerful and can take on a Blutbad with little to no effort. Seltsamestier have senses on par with other canine Wesen. They are also highly intelligent which gives them great potential as leaders.

      Seltsamestier were once a very bold species. Due to their extremely low numbers, they are much more humble then they were. They rarely Woge for anyone or anything, as they want to stay hidden from Grimms. Their high intellect can cause them to arrogant. They take any work they can get, but are often found in leadership positions of various kinds.

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    • Wilderhund (Wild Dog) is a wild dog-like wesen that are similar to Hundjagers, but are more feral and work for nobody. When woged it has red eyes, sharp fangs, and gray fur and almost appear to be suffering from mange.

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    • This could be more of a La Llorona or Volcanalis thing, but a monster named Spring-Heeled Jack which is based off the English legend. He is known for kidnapping young women which would really work for a episode of Grimm. He has red-eyes and wears a cloak so you never see his face, and can jump very high. 

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    • What if the Spring-Heeled Jack in your theoretical episode is something like Andre from "Mr.Sandman" and he is killing women, Jack the Ripper style, because he is addicted to the rush of energy he gets when he absorbs their life energy?

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    • that would be cool

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    • that would be awesome. Good Idea SheldonCooperWannabe.

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    • I know it's a bit late, but here's a new halloween Wesen.

      -Mr. A

      Schlankermann (German: Slenderman)

      This terrifying Wesen stalks its victims and kills them. When woged, their arms and legs become unnaturally long, and several tentacle-like apendages sprout from the back. Their facial features completely dissapear, and the head becomes bald and white. They usually wear black suits. Their speed is incredible, even faster than a Jinnamuru Xunte. Victims of Schlankermanns are never found. 

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    • Seirenes are swan like wesen that are extremely seductive and beutiful. When woged, seirenes grow white feathers all over their body and they gain a swan like beak. Their eyes turn pitch black and their fingers and toes grow claws, their hair stays untouched. Seirenes can produce a soundwave that only the opposite sex can hear, when their prey hears the sound they will have no choice other than to follow it. 

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    • June 15, 1903

      "I am sorrowful to report about the gruesome death of my colleague, Harrison Vitriez. Harrison and myself were scouting a strip of unnamed beach on the southernmost coastline of Florida. A small town in the vicinity had recently encountered a rash of reprehensible murders seemingly caused by a powerful poison. We knew the culprit had to be Wesen, but we were unsure of exactly what we were dealing with; there are so many different Wesen species that utilize deadly poisons. The two of us were distracted by a pod of dolphins moving quickly west in the distant waters when the sound of footsteps on the rocks made us both turn around in alarm and unsheath our machetes. A figure stood facing us only what must have been around four feet away. The man did not move a muscle and his eyes were kept closed the entire time, I should have known. The woge occurred as suddenly as he had appearred and his skin grew pale white as his eyes dissappeared completely. Before I could do anything, the creature uncoiled a grotesquely long tongue tipped with what can only be described as an organic arrowhead. The tongue arched back and lunged with incredible speed and accuracy, striking my colleague in the soft area between his clavicle and the main tendon of his neck. I fleed to a rock pile nearby and killed the monster with my crossbow. I tried to revive Harrison, but the venom had already taken its fatal tole."

      "I am sorry to report that this monster was ideed a Tod-Schlag, a humanoid fascimile of the dreaded tropical cone snail, who had taken up residence on this quiet beach. These vile Wesen are too cunning for their own good and, lacking vision, use clusters of chemoreceptor cells to form mental images of their surroundings. Vitriez will be sorely missed, he was the best Grimm I've ever known."

                                                                       - Nickolas Salveza (Grimm)

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    • Thong Daeng (Thai: Copper, Red/Gold)

      Feline Wesen originating from Thailand that resemble Burmese cats. When woged they grow a coat of short dark-copper fur that is silky to the touch. The ears pointen and the nose shortens to a smaller triangle shape. The eyes dlevop dramatically, allowing for near perfect vision in dark conditions and some individuals grow short whiskers on the cheeks, commonly taking the place of moustaches in human form. The most severe change is in the leg and pelvis, which develop large amounts of lean muscle. This allows the Thong Daeng to jump up to twice its height to allow it to escape more effectively. When the fist is clenched, three short claws about 3/4 of an inch long emerge from between the knuckles, used for both self defence and climbing. Known to be extremely friendly and sociable, they don't cope well with abandonment or being alone. They have likable and playful personalities, making them popular among all groups of people. They abhore violence and will always take to fleeing or barganing before they consider attacking an aggressor. It's also noted they have a species wide condition of kleptomania, leading them to obsessively steal whatever takes their fancy.

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    • I have a pair of Wesen I invented.

      Tambreet (Aborigines Name for Platypus) - Tambreets are an extraordinarily rare and unique Wesen, native to Australia and Tasmania. When woged, all of their body becomes covered in thick insulating brown fur, and their nose and mouth merge to create a duckbill, and their eyes shrink in size. They hands become webbed, with their thumb turning into a spur, that can inject lethal venom, that can kill anyone within a few seconds. However, they only use this when threatened, and are usually shy creatures, not social, and aren't stronger than an average human. They are incredible swimmers, and can hold their breath for half an hour. Their favourite areas to swim in are swamps and rivers. They have coexisted with the Aborigines of Australia peacfully, but when the Europeans arrived, they decimated the Tambreet population, to the point that now, many Wesen believe they are extinct. However, because they are shy, there are actually more than 5,000 Tambreets left in the world. Now, they are hunted for their fur, which is often considered very valuable, and make good clothes. And whenever a Wesen is hunting down a Tambreet, the hunter is most likely to be a Raub-Kondor.

      Here is an diary recorded by a Grimm who was on one of the ships that landed on Australia.

      "February 28th, 1606. We have contacted with the native people on the large island, with some telling about stories of a bizarre creature they called the Tambreet. A chief on one of the tribes had me and two soldiers, follow him to what was believed to be the creatures lair. We went to a marshy area, where I observed him, as he was grooming himself. As soon as he looked at me, he dove into the water and swam away. We tried to follow him, but he was already gone.

      March 2nd, 1606. At night, I was watching over the swamp, when I saw the Tambreet again. Unaware I was watching, he swam towards me, and got to see the beautiful fur. I was mesmorized, and touched the soft fur, only for him to whip out his webbed hand. However, he quickly grabbed by sword, and cut off his hand. I found it difficult to cut off his head, and so I ended up using an axe, and cut it off in 6 hacks. Surprisingly, his hand didn't woge into human form after he died, and I have been able to find thst the thumb has a venomous spur, deadly to any Grimm, Wesen, or Human. "

      My Tasmanian Devil Wesen will be next.

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    • Baikāsame (Japanese:biker shark)

      Baikāsame are a dangerous shark-like Wesen that can disguise themselves as Naiads. Wieder Baikasame lack teeth and appear to have green skin during woge instead of grey and white. Wieders are also much larger, and can reach 20 feet in height.

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    • Considering average humans are 4-6 feet tall, 20 feet is pretty bloody massive. Also it sounds like you just described a male naiad anyway.

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    • No, when they woge completely, not just the eyes and face. Also, they tear people to bits, not just drag them under.

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    • Here you go Mrtdark1:

      March 16, 1930   Chicago, Illinois

      "For the past couple weeks, I have been investigating an epidemic of alcohol and drug smugglings. However, these smugglers are particularly difficult to catch because they are all Wesen and seemingly working together. I have managed to hijack three smuggling cars and kill their drivers upon seeing them woge ( two were Schakals, one was a Hollentier), but not before asking them who they work for. All of them replied the same by simply stating 'C' before slipping into the void."

      March 19, 1930

      "Today, me and some of my fellow police officers committed a sting operation to catch some of the smugglers. Stored with the smuggled whiskey was a note that simply read, 'Deliver to C'. I caught a smuggler who tried to escape, a Lausenschlange, and asked him who 'C' was. He knew he could not escape and said, 'Capone', before attempting to strike; I beheaded him with one swipe of my machete."

      March 21, 1930

      "I have performed some undercover research and found that 'Capone' is indeed the wanted gangster who goes by Al Capone. I have uncovered an address as well, 7244 South Prairie Avenue, in Chicago's south side Park Manor neighborhood. I have decided to directly target his house, alone."

      March 23, 1930

      "Last night, I located the mansion of Al Capone. I entered by breaking a rear window, a huge mistake. Some sort of security alarm was triggered and in under two minutes, five men ran into the dining room I now found myself in. The five henchmen woged and revealed what difficult opponents they really were; two were Blutbaden, the rest were a Schakal, a Wejack*, and a Kasipepo. I knew the Kasipepo would attack first, so when it lunged at me, I was ready to quickly decapitate him. The others, however, were not as easy. I knocked out the Schakal with a punch to the face  and stabbed him in the chest as I heard a blood-curdling scream, it sounded like a woman being murdered, and turned to see the Wejack lunging for my throat with cat-like claws. As I was engaged in hand-to-hand combat with the Wejack, the two Blutbaden came up behind and grabbed me tightly by each arm. No matter how hard I struggled, I could not deter the grip of a Blubad-times-two. I was led down a long hallway to a large, circular room with a large desk in the center. Seated at the desk was none other than 'C' himself, the notorious Al Capone. I was surprised when he waved away the Blutbad henchmen and positively dumbfounded when Capone suddenly grew tentacles! He woged into nothing short of a monstrosity; his skin became a mottled green and his physique became large and muscular. His head was bulbous and his eyes were black. He grew a beard of tentacles that started under his eyes and circled around his mouth to his chin. Each tentacle was lined with barbed spikes. His nose and upper jaw fused to become a sharp beak that was flanked by a pair of intimidating fangs. Capone noticed my surprise and said, 'You're a Grimm!' He ran up to me and grabbed my shoulders with stronge, webbed claws. He opened his mouth and revealed a siphon that shot a thick black liquid into my eyes. My first thought as I was blinded was that I had just been attcked by a Tintenfisch** , but as my eyes and cheeks starting burning, I realized that Capone was no Tintenfisch but a Tentakelkopf***! In my unseeing state I took one swing, but missed before becoming unconscious. I awoke on the sidewalk a few blocks down this morning, bloodied and beat, but far from dead. As to why he didn't kill me, I don't know, but I feel that I have failed as both an officer and a Grimm."

                                                                                  -- Antonio Grimm

      • Wejack- fisher cat-like Wesen
        • Tintenfisch- squid-like Wesen
          • Tentakelkopf- Cthulhu-like monster known for operating large crime organizations
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    • Amazing.

      Five stars.

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    • Seetuefel- German for Angler Fish

      A deadly angler fish-like wesen that uses it's light to lure in unsuspecting people or wesen to their demise.

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    • Luchs- German for Lynx

      A dangerous Lynx wesen that can survive in cold climates.

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    • hiena- Spanish for Hyena

      A hyena-like wesen that can be identified by a sound that almost sounds like laughter. They like Coyotls travel and hunt in packs and like Coyotls are usually in gangs of other hienas

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    • Komodowaran- German for Komodo Dragon

      Komodowaran are komodo dragon-like wesen that use their tongue to smell just like konigschlange. They are extremely deadly and venomous and should be approached with caution.

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    • Zarigueya- spanish for Opossum

      These wesen can make themselves appear dead to people or other wesen. Their natural enemy is the Fuchsbau.

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    • How about washboard?

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    • I like making wesen on here that's why I made so many.

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    • Feel free to add more than one per post. Itjust saves space

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    • -1862

      My frienship with the Liddel family has been put under some strain as of late, the girls father no longer trusts me and refuses to allow his daughters visit. Given his percieved view of the recent events, I cannot blame him, though I am saddened. On our picnic a few days ago, I was aghast when I saw the family servant change his forminto that of a "wesen", feline in appearance, though dissimilar to the Klaustreich or a Thong Daeng. It was a pale blue colour, with a stretched mouth and large yellow eyes.

      I fear the change had something to do with his fear of water, as he immediately backed into the middle of the boat. He turned to me and noticed my look of astonishment, though he did not seem afraid. In fact he simply laughed, and it was both the most terrifying and most soothing sounds a the same time. I felt myself relax, and could see the world melting together before me. The sisters were already asleep, perhaps being children affected them more. Before I could join themin fantastical dreams, I pulled my pistol and shot the beast as it came towards me. My first missed, the second caught his heart and he collapsed dead. His features returned and my mind cleared. When the girls awoke and saw the body of their favourite servant they began to cry and demanded return home. I understood their fear and could not decline.

      I was fortunate that whatever twisted dreams the beast gave the children muddled their senses, as they seemed rather disorientated for a while afterward and did not seem to remember the details, save a smiling cat and a fewother twisted delusions. When I returned home, I checked my ancestors records and could find no mention of the creature I had seen, and I deduce it to be a new or undiscovered "wesen". I have dubbed it a "Felis Somnus", an apt name for such a creature.

      -Charles Dodgeson

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    • I didn't think of all of the wesen at once just every hour or so. I could'nt really post two or three in the same one.

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    • Mr. A is back!

      Fenghuang

      This rare phoenix-like Wesen is known for being involved with cases of spontaneous human combustion. When woged, they gain a beautiful orange-yellow plumage, glowing orange eyes, a short black beak and talons on their hands and feet. Like Dämonfeuers, they can produce fire with the same method. However, when they consume alcohol or smoke a cigarette, the acetone in their body ignites.

      Wechselbalg

      This mysterious Wesen is known for kidnapping children and replacing them with their own. They are commonly thought to be a sub-species of Hässlich. When woged, they look similar to Hässlich, but with larger noses. Their children are much more violent. The real children will be handed over to the Reapers.

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    • Hey guys. I have a question I am getting Aunt Marie's Book of Lore for Christmas and I pulled up reviews for Amazon. One of the reviews says that there is a page full of wesen names and some of them are marked out. The ones marked out do not appear in the book. The names are like Balam, Dickfellig, and Nuckalavee. There are two wesen names marked out I do not recognize they are Grauhund and Spokelseshorn. I own Season 1 and there is a Grimm vocabulary that comes with it and Grauhund is on there, but I don't remember it being referenced. If you know anything about these please post a comment.

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    • 108.203.189.162 wrote:
      Hey guys. I have a question I am getting Aunt Marie's Book of Lore for Christmas and I pulled up reviews for Amazon. One of the reviews says that there is a page full of wesen names and some of them are marked out. The ones marked out do not appear in the book. The names are like Balam, Dickfellig, and Nuckalavee. There are two wesen names marked out I do not recognize they are Grauhund and Spokelseshorn. I own Season 1 and there is a Grimm vocabulary that comes with it and Grauhund is on there, but I don't remember it being referenced. If you know anything about these please post a comment.

      If i remember correctly the Grauhund was the prototype name for Hundjager.

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    • I think your right because the Grimm vocabulary for Season One says it is a grey-hound wesen, but what is the Spokelseshorn supposed to be? 

      I'll do some research on it whatever it is I haven't been able to find it on any other Grimm resource, so far it's only been referenced in the review I saw on Amazon.

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    • Spokelseshorn is (as far as I can find out) Norwegian for some ghost rider horn thing. Spokel is ghost. se(s) is see(n). Horn... you know. That's all I got.

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    • Ficalaithe(teeth eater)

      Ficalaithe are not Wesen, rather, they do not woge between forms, they instead only show themselves at night. Ficalaithe lack eyes, and use their tongue to sense vibrations. They are stronger than a Grimm, but are not known to harm humans, instead preying on teeth.

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    • we need to find out what Spokelseshorn means and somebody needs to make a page for it as a referenced wesen like Mordsteir or Waage

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    • Figure out what episode it was mentioned in first

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    • What is a Waage anyways?

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    • Something seen in one of the diaries in the first episode

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    • Yes, but what animal is it?

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    • It's hard to tell
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      what can of animal it is.
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    • Looks kind of like a Frilled Lizard.

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    • To me it looks like some sort of Gargoyle

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    • Not all Wesen are animals

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    • Well Waage means "Scale" (The wrong kind, but still), and it kind of looks like a male naiad. Kind of. A little. I still think it's some kind of sea-creature.

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    • whatever it is it looks like something I don't want to encounter.

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    • Schattenjäger

      A lynx style wesen that, when woged, grow claws and fur. There from northern Europe. Many vikings was Schattenjägers and that makes them furios warriors, but also smart.

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    • Jhon cliwo ( Grimm ) .



      January 25 of the year 1897 ... When we arrived in Belgium this morning in Adrien de Gerlache ship discovered a very intriguing wesen in full wogie walking through snow and impressive is that when he saw me he did not bother with the fact I'm a grimm . I tried to approach the passive creature, but she gave me a cold gas that made ​​me faint. I woke up after two days on the ship with the unfortunate news that I almost died of hypothermia , got up from my bed and went to search for records of my ancestors on the huge creature . I discovered that my ancestors did not record such a creature .

      January 28 ... I tried to communicate with wesen again , but he was aggressive again, so I decapitated him and passed him a little " peau Seave su " to estudalo in wogie . I found that the thing he threw me was sodium acetate and caused me very cold, because this substance freezes the minimum temperature rise . By having high resistance to cold he lives in places of great autitude around the world. They look like great white apes and have two horns on the head. The nickname I gave this creature is "infesti Frigoris" (Deadly Cold in Latin)

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    • I have two types of Wesen for you, i hope you like

      Xtabay (Eeks-Tah-BAE)

      A female-only Wesen native from Mexico and Central America, when they woge they gain horn-like bony protrusions in their forehead and cheekbones, as well spike-like bony protrusions in their shoulders and knuckles, sand-colored skin, red snake-like eyes, vampire-like teeth and pointed ears. They can control the growth of their bone structure, so they can use their own bones as cold weapons. Like many Wesen, they can concentrate their woge in their eyes, which turns red and snake-like.

      Another distinguishing ability of the Xtabay is the power to use their "Xtabay Chauastli" (Sha-was-tuhly; nah. "selfish love"), a pheromone that they produce, to manipulate men and make them to do anything that the Xtabay wants.

      A sinister habit of the Xtabay is to use the Xtabay Chauastli to make a man to intimate with her and, once impregnated, kill the man with her bone sharp edge. The child's fate depends in its gender, because if it's a boy, the mother gonna to leave him to his luck, and even if is a girl, if the "sperm donor", as the Xtabay refers to the man who impregnate her, is a human, the girl will no be safe until see if she is a Xtabay like her mother.

      Coeur Étoile(Koor He-too-AAL; fr coeur "heart" + étoile "star")

      An elf-like Wesen that when woge its hair turns blond, regardless if as human it's dark-colored, its eyes turns any shade of blue, like the hair regarless it's color in human form, its skin turns pale, regardless if as human the Coeur Étoile is a dark-skinned race person, and it gains pointed hears. Like Glüenvolk and Seltenvögel, the Couer Étoile are thought to be extinct by many other Wesen.

      The main reasons because Coeur Étoile are thought to be extinct are that they were hunted for their blood, gold in woged form, that has the property of give the things a gold-like look, that makes it coveted by lots of scammers, and their hearts, that under the right circumstances, it's a hyper concentrate of antioxidants, and anyone that ate it gonna have an incredible longevity, living even decades or centuries without age. When a Coeur Étoile is feeling a huge happiness, their body starts to glow like a star, and the more happy and calm is the Coeur Étoile is, the more will glow, even being able to use this glow as a deffense mechanism.

      Because of this, its normal for a Coeur Étoile to make friends with stronger types of Wesen in order to protect themselves. But this isn't an easy job, because they need to find Wesen that couldn't be tempted by the privileges of have a Coeur Étoile near.

      Sorry if i'm lack of diction, but as i told you before, i'm mexican, i hope you like this new wesen

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    • Lets take a moment to comtemplate the fact that there are now 65 official Wesen species!

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    • Oh man, this is amazing. It's so great to see everyone grouping together and thinking of so many creative Wesen; kudos to you Sheldon for bringing this back. 

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    • hehehe you're meaning that mine were the 64th and 65th types of Wesen being registed? :D

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    • Well...What I meant is that the Gelumcaedus and Krampus are the 64th and 65th Wesen introduced in the official Grimm universe!

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    • In honor of the snow falling here in New England:

      Yukikage (“snow shadow” in Japanese)

      There has been an excessive amount of controversy over whether or not this disturbing soul is wesen…or something completely different. Grimms have only dealt with a few cases that involved Yukikage. In all of these cases, Yukikage appeared to lost travelers who were stuck in severe snow storms. Her charming appearance in addition to her phony personality characterized by concern and compassion has caused many desperate travelers to trust her completely. It is believed that as soon as she gains the trust of the helpless, Yukikage freezes them with her ice-cold breath and leaves their perfectly preserved carcasses behind in the snow. Grimms are convinced that Yukikage freezes her victims to death in order to drain their life forces to keep for herself. It is said that on some occasions, Yukikage simply enjoys the pain of vulnerable and exposed travelers. Yet this icy process also acts as a strong, addictive drug to her. In desperate situations, she may use sexuality to coerce her male victims into trusting her. Grimms find it extremely difficult to study her ways because she leaves no clues or footprints behind. If you are ever traveling in snowy weather, look out for an unusually pale young woman with blue lips, ebony hair, and cobalt eyes.


      ***The legend of Yuki Onna is popular in Japanese culture. It is also referenced in anime and MTG.

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    • Schattenklaue (Shadow Claw)= Raven Like Wesen who feed on the flesh of the dead and are the natural enemies of Griers. When Woged they gain a thick black plumage, solid black eyes and sharp beaks. They work as grave diggers and  in morgues so they can gain a steady supply of food. The rivalry with a Grier is so intense that they may attack them on sight if alone.

      HerrStolze (Proud Lord)= Peacock Wesen renowned for thei grace but also supreame arogance. When woged they develope bright blue feathers and small beaks.

      DunkelGhul (Dark Ghoul)= A wesen that became the insperation for Doctor Jeckyl and Mr Hyde. When woged the develope rough leathery skin, an ape like face claws and sharp teeth. Much like the Krampus they do not know they are Wesen and only woge when they face an extreame emotional stressor i.e. being attacked or having a loved one murdered,

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    • SheldonCooperWannabe wrote:
      Well...What I meant is that the Gelumcaedus and Krampus are the 64th and 65th Wesen introduced in the official Grimm universe!

      idiot of me -.-u

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    • Gepanzert-ein- German for armored one

      This armadillo-like wesen  has armor on it's body and most weapons cannot penetrate it's rough hide. It like Gluhenvolk is hunted for it's hide.

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    • A while back I posted something about Spring-Heeled Jack and I have a different idea

      Alto-Saltador- Spanish for High Jumper

      This creepy and extremely rare wesen can jump very high and kidnaps women to breed with just like a ziegevolk.

      When woged they get red eyes that look like red balls of fire and gain long horns on the top of their head. They also grow long twisted teeth and long sharp claws and have red leathery skin and look like the devil himself.

      It is unknown what gives the Alto-Saltador the ability to jump so high, but there is a rumor it has something to do with the bones in their legs, but this rumor is still being investigated.

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    • 108.203.189.162 wrote:
      A while back I posted something about Spring-Heeled Jack and I have a different idea

      Alto-Saltador- Spanish for High Jumper

      This creepy and extremely rare wesen can jump very high and kidnaps women to breed with just like a ziegevolk.

      When woged they get red eyes that look like red balls of fire and gain long horns on the top of their head. They also grow long twisted teeth and long sharp claws and have red leathery skin and look like the devil himself.

      It is unknown what gives the Alto-Saltador the ability to jump so high, but there is a rumor it has something to do with the bones in their legs, but this rumor is still being investigated.

      The Alto-Saltador is responsible for the legend of Spring-Heeled Jack.

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    • Metallon Tavros (Greek; metal bull)

      For countless years, the Royals have held control over the general Wesen population by claiming that they control a species of super-powerful and super-rare Wesen. The Metallon Tavros is said to be a hulking creature seemingly composed of metal that can kill most any creature with a single punch to the head. Today, most Wesen consider the Metallon Tavros to be pure legend and totally nonexistent. However, Metallon Tavros are no legend. This rare Wesen has a lineage dating back to ancient Greece. The entire race worships Hephaestus (god of fire) and, because of this, they are often associated with the demon, Volcanalis. Any surviving members of the species are scattered around Greece and exiled to remote houses where they guard over volcanoes. Their powers have been somewhat exaggerated by legend, but the Metallon Tavros is capable of taking out a Grimm with a single punch, this much has been recorded by ancient explorers.

      When woged, a Metallon Tavros resembles a Mordstier with golden-flecked irises. Their body is covered by impenetrable armor plating that resembles golden bronze. And their bright golden horns are larger and more dangerous than the horns of any other bovine Wesen. Their muscle power is almost unrivalled. 

      In Mythology: The Metallon Tavros are equivalent to the Khalkotauroi of Greek mythology.

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    • Licht-Fehler- German for Light-Bug

      This firefly-like wesen has fluorescent qualities and is almost extinct because it has several natural enemies including: Spinnetods, Skalengecks, and Raub-Kondors. 

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    • Wasser-Wanderer- German for Water Walker

      This Basilisk-like wesen is known for it's abilities to walk on water

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    • 108.203.189.162 wrote:
      Licht-Fehler- German for Light-Bug

      This firefly-like wesen has fluorescent qualities and is almost extinct because it has several natural enemies including: Spinnetods, Skalengecks, and Raub-Kondors. 

      You got the wrong definition for bug. Fehler means flaw, mistake, or error. The correct word is Käfer. So it should be Lichtkäfer.

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    • Oh, thanks.  for bug I just googled what is bug in german.

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    • Draco-Mortem (In Latin: dragon of death)

      The Draco-Mortem is a vicious draconic Wesen that is related to the Daemonfeuer, but much worse. Draco-Mortem have a rich history as villains, first being prevailingly common during the medieval era. These creatures are excellent bounty hunters and masters of interrogation. They are often working for criminal organizations (they refuse to work for Royals) and usually perform well-orchestrated kidnappings that very few police departments can solve. Instead of breathing a stream of fire, like a Daemonfeuer, Draco-Mortem breath streams of acid that cause bursts of flame only after contact, incessantly burning until that which the acid touched no longer exists. This ability allows them to focus burns on particular areas, part of their interrogation technique. Draco-Mortem saliva is the only substance that can put out Draco-Mortem flames and is also prized for its ability to quickly heal any burn.

      When woged, a Draco-Mortem has a pointed snout filled with serrated teeth. Their body is covered with green, mottled scales and a fin-like ridge runs the length of their spine. The musculature of the body increases and their hands become larger as all of their fingers past the second knuckle becomes a curved, black talon. However, the most striking part of a Draco-Mortem's woged appearance is the serpentine neck that allows for extreme flexibilty of the head. From a distance, a Draco-Mortem could be mistaken for a Waran (monitor lizard-like Wesen), but this a fatal mistake because Waran are often on the right side of the law and Draco-Mortem are definitely not.

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    • Kulmyrstick (from swedish: Kula=Bullet, Myra=Ant, Stick=Sting) is a bullet ant-like wesen. When they voge they look kind of like a bullet ant in the face, and the left hand becomes a powerful "stinger". The bullet ant's sting is the most painful insectsting known to man, and this is definitely the most painful wesen-sting.

      Eisbar (from german: Eisbär=Polarbear) is a polarbear-like wesen, and a subspecies of Jägerbar. When they woge they look like a white Jägerbar.

      Made by: William Thunholm.

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    • Chupacabra (spanish: Chupa=Suck, Cabra=Goat) is a wesen that looks like humanoid version of the cryptid el chupacabra. It need to drink the blood of Seelenguter to survive, but can survive some days (not more than three or four weeks) by drinking the blood from goats and sheeps. They are quite rare.

      Made by: William Thunholm.

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    • 86.132.20.29 wrote:
      Schattenklaue (Shadow Claw)= Raven Like Wesen who feed on the flesh of the dead and are the natural enemies of Griers. When Woged they gain a thick black plumage, solid black eyes and sharp beaks. They work as grave diggers and  in morgues so they can gain a steady supply of food. The rivalry with a Grier is so intense that they may attack them on sight if alone.

      HerrStolze (Proud Lord)= Peacock Wesen renowned for thei grace but also supreame arogance. When woged they develope bright blue feathers and small beaks.

      DunkelGhul (Dark Ghoul)= A wesen that became the insperation for Doctor Jeckyl and Mr Hyde. When woged the develope rough leathery skin, an ape like face claws and sharp teeth. Much like the Krampus they do not know they are Wesen and only woge when they face an extreame emotional stressor i.e. being attacked or having a loved one murdered,

      I love them!

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    • Elect=Not a wesen. A large being known for manipulating others, usually carries an animal motif of their choice. 

      Diary of John Smith, N.A.

      While Wesen have mixed behaviors(like humans), The Elect lack these ways of differentiating from right and wrong. They commonly resembly a morbildly obese 10' tall humanoid. Arachnid Elect's manipulation powers are heightened, the extent being to manipulate Grimms and even other Elect.

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    • I do not have acsess to a translation program at the moment so the next ideas will have the English meanings of the names.

      Hidden Spinner: Trapdoor Spider Wessen who are amoung the most misunderstood in the creature world. Unlike the Spinatod they are not prone to rapid ageing. When woged they appear quite monstrous with thick black body armour, large pincers and four large black eyes and claws. While they live in houses like actual trapdoor spiders they prefer to live underground and construct intercut dens underneath their human dwellings supported by their silk; prized for is beauty and strength. Many find work in construction or geology. They are loners by nature and prefer their own company though they will make friends in those they trust. They eat raw meat but mostly wild animals and some wild dog attacks on farms are actualy their attacks.

      TenderHeart: Swan like creatures that mate for life. When woged they gain white plumage, bright black eyes and small beaks. Useually peaceful they can turn homacidel if their mate is murdered.

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    • Roacher27 wrote:
      Spokelseshorn is (as far as I can find out) Norwegian for some ghost rider horn thing. Spokel is ghost. se(s) is see(n). Horn... you know. That's all I got.

      I got Aunt Marie's Book of Lore and you are close it means Ghost-Horn and it says it is a skeletal elk wesen.

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    • Yeah, I got it too and I am really excited by the thought of a skeletal elk Wesen. I think the Spokelseshorn needs its own page!

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    • I don't think it needs a page just because it was in the Book of Lore. It can get a page if it is mentioned or seen in the show or comics

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    • Hey guys, I was reading Aunt Marie's Book of lore and in the steinadler section it mentions Napoleon and his men were all steinadlers. Somebody needs to add Napoleon to notables on steinadler page.

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    • Unsichtbar a chameleon like wesen

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    • Mr. A is back!

      Acidum Scarabeus (Latin: Acid Beetle)

      This Bombardier Beetle-like Wesen lives all over the world except Antarctica. When woged, they gain huge black eyes, a thick exoskeleton, antennae, mandibles and claws on their hands. They can shoot acid from their mouths by combining Hydroquinone and Hydrogen Peroxide. This acid reaches the temperature of 100 C.

      Schleimfische (German: Slime Fish)

      This aquatic hagfish-like Wesen is able to produce massive ammounts of slime. They commonly live in the North Atlantic. When woged, their eyes, ears, hair, noses and jaws complety dissapear. Their entire body becomes slimy and fleshy. They also gain a single gil stilt down their back. Their slime can block the gills of several fish and other aquatic Wesen. Because of this, they are the main enemies of the Naiads.

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    • Gefesselt( German: tied up) a mummy like wesen that is only found in Egypt and can infect people with diseases

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    • Grossen ohren( German : big ears) : this elephant like wesen has incredible strength enough to Match a siegbarste. When woged they gain rough grey skin ,long tusks that extend from there jaw , loose all hair , and grow big fanning ears that can hear infrasound a sound imperceptible to humans

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    • Leguan ( German : iguana) this iguana like wesen claws it's victims to death and lives in tribes in the trees deep within the woods. When woged they gain glossy eyes snoutish face,green scales, and membrane from the neck to the chin , with small spikes on the back of the neck to the spine

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    • Schwindel ( German : vertigo) a wesen with claws that carry a toxin that inflicts dizziness on its victims before eating it. The reason for this is because the schwinel is a slow energy lacking wesen and the dizziness slows its victims down

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    • I think the Spokelseshorn might have been an early concept idea for the Nuckelavee, like how the Grauhund was an early concept for the Hundjager. A skeletal elk isn't too far off from a skinless horse.

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    • Kamel-Tueur  German and French. Kamel for camel and tueur for killer

      this camel spider-like wesen is known for killing camels in desert areas and is one of the deadliest wesen that exists. It uses it's dangerous venom to kill the camel and then eats it.

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    • I think you're mistaken. Camel spiders are non-venemous and are only called Camel due to their size and similar habitat. There is no record of a human dying directly due to a camelspider bite

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    • Prof. Draco wrote:
      I think you're mistaken. Camel spiders are non-venemous and are only called Camel due to their size and similar habitat. There is no record of a human dying directly due to a camelspider bite

      really I remember watching a episode of I think it was Monster Quest on the History Channel and it said  that they have powerful venom and that they have killed soilders in Iraq and Afghanistan

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    • It's all urban legend. In reality, their potential danger to humans is negligible, if not nonexistant. If the program you're watching is called "Monster Quest" which by its very name implies an amount of legend, then don't believe everything you say.

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    • you are probably right because most tv today is fake or made-up anyway. Still a camel-spider wesen would be cool.

      By the way is the Taureus Armenta a bull or an ox wesen because Armenta means cattle for ploughing and that sounds more like a ox than a bull.

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    • There's really little difference between them. My theory is that when multiple wesen are based off one animal, take on a specific aspect of the creature. Taureus Armentia wouldreflect the "Bull-headed-ness" of bulls, while Mordstier is representative of a cattle-like personality (ie. calmer, more sociable).

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    • mordstier, if you have read the Icy touch, is definitely not calmer or sociable. Quite the opposite. The Grogan dude was aggressive and, well, bull-headed. I wonder if the Mordstier, Taureus-Armenta, and Minotaur are all the same. I doubt they all are, but maybe one or two are syonymous.

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    • Minotaur seems more beastial in the muzzle and general facial structure. Mordstier and Taureus have flatter faces and are almost identical. Maybe it's just a reigonal difference, slight changes in the facial structure or something. There must be some difference

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    • Kelpie- Scotish Gaelic for colt

      This wesen looks like a mix between a Gelumcaedus and a Nuckelavee. It loves to swim and lakes and rivers and needs water to survive similar to a Naiad. It's natural enemy is a dangerous water wesen called the Bunyip.

      Bunyip- Aboriginal for Devil

      This wesen loves to live in swamps, rivers, and lakes. when woged it gains a dog-like face, dark fur, walrus-like tusks, and a horse-like tail. They love lakes, but are natural enemies with Kelpies who think they own the lakes. 

      Grootslang- Dutch for big snake

      This Anaconda wesen is known for suffocating their victims to death. They love to collect diamonds and gems and will even kill for them. They are deadly and are very hard to kill. Grimms don't know much about them, but know they are not to be messed with.

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    • hey guys we almost have 60 wesen species on here. keep up the good work.

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    • Prof. Draco wrote:
      Minotaur seems more beastial in the muzzle and general facial structure. Mordstier and Taureus have flatter faces and are almost identical. Maybe it's just a reigonal difference, slight changes in the facial structure or something. There must be some difference

      The main difference between the Mordstier and the Taureus-Armenta is the horn shape. Mordstier horns are wider and more long-horn bull-like than those of a Taureus-Armenta, which are more curved and vertical.

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    • Dear PDXBlazer,

                  I changed the Lebensauger and Wesen pages because the Lebensauger is described as "lamprey-like" in the Book of Lore. I think it is best to change the wiki to support official content.

                                                                                       Sincerely, SheldonCooperWannabe

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    • SheldonCooperWannabe wrote:
      Dear PDXBlazer,

                I changed the Lebensauger and Wesen pages because the Lebensauger is described as "lamprey-like" in the Book of Lore. I think it is best to change the wiki to support official content.

                                                                                     Sincerely, SheldonCooperWannabe


      The Grimm Guide overrules the Book of Lore and it says "Hideous Wesen that, when Woged, displays a large, rounded hole in its face with sharpened teeth like that of a leech."

      And in the future why don't you leave a message on my wall instead of a random forum

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    • oh crap. I realized I put that the Bunyip has a tail and so far no wesen has a tail.

      Forget the tail.

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    • Airearthfirewater wrote:
      Schwindel ( German : vertigo) a wesen with claws that carry a toxin that inflicts dizziness on its victims before eating it. The reason for this is because the schwinel is a slow energy lacking wesen and the dizziness slows its victims down

      That is a great idea. How did you come up with that?

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    • Don't really know , it just came to me

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    • By the way thank you for your complement , I appreciate it

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    • Kleine zwerg ( small dwarf) : this dwarf like wesen is 3 feet tall at adult stage. The kleine zwergs are extremely skilled at machinery and forgery, they appear midgets when unwoged, when woged they gain long beards,big noses, and tough skin

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    • By the way the fairy tale were kleine zwerg are is Snow White and the seven dwarves

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    • you are welcome for the complement and the Kleine Zwerg idea is pretty good too.

      There are lot of good wesen ideas on this page that I would love to see in the series.

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    • Thanks

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    • Airearthfirewater wrote:
      Gefesselt( German: tied up) a mummy like wesen that is only found in Egypt and can infect people with diseases

      I hope you don't mind, but I love this idea and I wish to expand it; hope you approve.

      Grimm diary entry by Stefan Wilhelm, 1806

      This is my first journey to the country of Egypt. My fellow Grimm colleagues have warned me of the Hollentiers, fiendish hellhound Wesen to stupid to fear danger, Kindermorder Steinkampfers, Africa's version of the Geier known for fighting with rocks and cutting unborn infants out of their mothers for consumption, and the many different species of hyena Wesen who roam in fearsome gangs. However, none of these Wesen seem to be as dangerous as the vile Jinnamuru Xunte who lurks in the southern quadrant of this continent, or so I thought. 

      I came across a ramshackle village stricken by poverty and disease. The citizens claimed that their illnesses were caused not by natural means, but by a horrific being who came by their village and breathed darkness into their souls. My first thought was Wesen, or something worse, and I continued my travells in a south south-eastern direction, the direction they said the demon went. 

      The next village was larger than the last, but plagued by the same affliction. I stayed the night with a family who also was caring for one of the afflicted. They told me how the mysterious plague fit the description of an ancient legend that told of a demonic being who would inflict whole cities with deadly pathogens. I cannot pronounce nor remember their name for the creature, but it translates to "harbinger of pestilence". Apparently, these creatures were almost common pests during the height of the ancient Egyptian empire, but have since become quite rare. 

      I was walking but one mile from the last village when I noticed one man chasing another in the distance. I ran closer and saw the aggressor grab the victim and woge into a horrendous Wesen the likes of which I had never seen. He had dark skin, hollow cheeks, glowing yellow eyes, and sparse hair on his head. The majority of his body was striped and seemingly decaying in a matter that made him look as if he was wrapped in dirty rags. The creature clenched his sharp and bony fingers on the man's arms and breathed out a dark cloud from between yellow fangs. The cloud enveloped the man's head and, in turn, he developed hollow cheeks and sunken eyes. Boils, blisters, and hives instantaneously burst from his skin and he began to cough up copious amounts of blood as the creature let him go. While the beast was still preoccupied, I shot him with a Sauver Sa Pau lined arrow from my Doppelarmbrust, so I could study his dead body. The victim could not be saved. I have named the new Wesen a Gefesselt for his strange appearrance and I have christened the disease which they secrete, which appears to have no common remedy, Atem der Mumie (breath of the mummy).

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    • Cool nice work,

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    • I like the description

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    • Kaninchen ( German : rabbit) : this rabbit like wesen is skiddish and conniving. When woged it gains white fur,long front teeth,and long ears. They have the ability to jump large distances and smell fear.these creatures are commonly found in Ireland . These creatures come from the fairytale Alice's adventures in wonderland

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    • Flugzueg-Abschleppwagen (German for Plane Wrecker)

      This Gremlin-like wesen loves to cause damage and inflict pain on others. This wesen wasn't discovered until World War II where pilots reported strange creatures sabotaging their planes. They were usually soilders hired to attack Germany's pilots and make them crash. The press nicknamed these creatures "Gremlins". They are known to take jobs involving machinery and technology like fixing computers and other things. When woged they gain dark brown fur all over their faces and their eyes glow like embers. They gain a mouth full of fangs and gain small claws which they use to destroy things with.

      Remember this wesen is a bringer of death and carnage and should be considered dangerous.

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    • Cool

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    • thanks. All the rest of the wesen I made on this page kinda stunk, but I came up with this idea and I just had to post it. I see you changed your pic to The Warlock cover for Grimm: The Warlock Issue 4. It looks cool.

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    • Blutrausch- German for Bloodlust

      This Oni-like wesen is capable of taking on a siegbarste. They fought in the ancient Lowen Games and usually won. When woged they gain red skin, long sharp fangs, sharp claws on their hands and feet, and gain two long horns about the size of a mordstier's.

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    • 108.203.189.162 wrote: thanks. All the rest of the wesen I made on this page kinda stunk, but I came up with this idea and I just had to post it. I see you changed your pic to The Warlock cover for Grimm: The Warlock Issue 4. It looks cool.

      Thanks for noticing, I got sick of the last one

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    • Hahn kopf( German :hammer head) this hammer head shark like wesen is extremely territorial and cunning,when woged there eyes split far apart and they gain grey skin and sharp teeth

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    • Raniąc-Ząb (Polish for "wounding tooth") are a Troodon-like Wesen (Troodon are a type of smaller but very smart dinosaur). When woged they have long and narrow scaley faces, with small but sharp recurved teeth, and a thick layering of feathers covers their body. They also posses incredibly large eyes, with glow bright yellow at night, and have incredible night vision. They also are incredibly smart, often thinking of ways to cover up their own crimes and blame it on someone else. It is almost impossible to solve their crimes, and those who do are usually killed soon afterwards. 

      They also are some of the fastest known Wesen. They can disappear and reappear without any warning, making them incredibly hard to track. They also comminute through quiet high pitched words that are commonly mistaken for those of ghosts. They also will scare anyone that goes onto their territory. Because of this many haunted houses aren't actually haunted, but instead are occupied by Raniąc-Ząb. 

      They look fragile and easy to kill, but the truth isn't so. If you expect that when you face with a Raniąc-Ząb, you will likely not last more than two seconds. They have incredibly quick reaction times, even greater than that of Grimms or Konigschlange. They also are ver powerful, able to pick up a fully grown male human with their mouths and rip out their throats. 

      They are also social Wesen, living with each other and work together to do their crimes.  They are now rare, but it is likely the first one you see will be your last.

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    • Lautmalerei- German for Onomatopoeia

      This mockingbird wesen can mimic the sounds made by other wesen from a Murcielago scream to a Lowen roar. Most wesen just find them really annoying.

      Berg-Katze- German for Mountain Cat

      This Cougar-like wesen love mountainous areas and forests. They are mostly hermits living on mountains and sometimes lumber jacks so they can get closer to nature.

      Honig-Liebhaber- German for Honey Lover

      This Honey Badger-like wesen seems to love honey and still it from bee hives to satisfy their cravings for it. They are also carnivorous, but won't attack other wesen unless provoked. They have amazing fighting skills and mainly use their teeth than their claws. They also love poultry and will steal chickens from nearby farms. 

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    • I was reading about wesen on the Grimm page on Wikipedia. It names two wesen I don't know. The first is a Affemensch and it says its a monkey-wesen seen in the club on Plumed Serpent. The other is Waranehuter which they claim is what a reaper is and that they are monitor-lizard wesen.  As far as I know this wasn't on the Grimm Guide or in Aunt Marie's Book of lore. 

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    • Could you send me a link to that page

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    • It's weird.  I noticed both wesen I pointed out are missing from the page? I wonder why it happened After I said something about it? You can still find the page by going to Wikipedia and looking up "Creatures of Grimm" and at the bottom where it says Minor Creatures thats where they were at.  

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    • 108.203.189.162 wrote:
      I was reading about wesen on the Grimm page on Wikipedia. It names two wesen I don't know. The first is a Affemensch and it says its a monkey-wesen seen in the club on Plumed Serpent. The other is Waranehuter which they claim is what a reaper is and that they are monitor-lizard wesen.  As far as I know this wasn't on the Grimm Guide or in Aunt Marie's Book of lore. 

      I also noticed this! The descriptions for both stated that they were mentioned only in the "trivia of the series" and I don't know what that is.

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    • IMDB has a Grimm trivia on their site, but thats probably not it because the questions on that are usually about the cast and crew. I wonder what the "trivia of the series" is? I'm going to watch Plumed Serpent to see if I notice the Affemensch.

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    • Don't always trust what you see on IMDB. Although they tend to be right on things like episode titles and writers/directors before episodes air.

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    • They were the ones who called Monroe "Eddie" for the entire first season. Maybe they still do.

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    • Schwarzbar- German for Black Bear

      This Black Bear-like wesen is usual mistaken for the Jagerbar, but of course it's fur is black and more rare than a jagerbar. They also take part in the Roh-hatz. 

      Buffel- German for Buffalo

      This Buffalo-like wesen is known for horns and like Mordstiers have a deadly charge and love prarie environments where they can run free. 

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    • einaugigbiest- German for One-Eyed Beast

      This Cyclops-like wesen can usually being found in packs of other einaugigbiester. When Woged they gain rough skin, large fangs, and one eye in the middle of their forehead. They are just like Siegbarstes due to the fact they are usually large people. They too are hard to kill and most Grimms kill them by shooting them in the eye or stabbing them in the eye and then while they are blinded, cut of their heads. Einaugigbiester are not very bright and usually don't think before they act which any Grimm can use to their advantage.

      Dryad

      This wesen are sort of tree-like wesen. When woged their hair appears to be made of leaves, their skin appears to be bark, and they gain glowing blue eyes.  They seem to have the ability to control all flora and are usually enviromental activists. They are peaceful and will only fight to defend themselves and others. Grimms have a peaceful relationship with Dryads. Dryads also get along well with other species of wesen

      Sphinx

      This wesen is one of the strangest of all wesen. Nobody really knows what they really are. A lot of people say they look like a Lowen combined with a Steinadler and a Lausenschlange. They seem to have almost a vendetta against Selstamestier, but nobody really knows why. They are extremely intelligent and love to test other people's intelligence through riddles. Whoever can't solve their riddles the Sphinx kills. They are mostly serial killers due to the fact they kill whoever can't solve their riddles. Grimms consider them one of the deadliest wesen and kill them whenever they see them which makes their species also on of the rarest wesen alive.

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      They were the ones who called Monroe "Eddie" for the entire first season. Maybe they still do.

      I think they call him Monroe now.

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    • Mr A is back!

      (Note: I originally posted this Wesen on the old Create a Wesen blog, but i decided to improve on it.)

      Kaldtfugl (Norwegian: Cold Bird)

      17 December, 1911

      "Three days ago I and three other arrived with Roald Amundsen at the South Pole. While we were setting up camp, I saw a figure looking at us from a distance. I followed the figure for several hours until I discovered a settlement of humans a few miles from the Pole. But these humans were...different. They were Wesen.

      I have studied them for two days. They are similar to penguins in appearance. They have short beaks, webbed feet and feathery coats. They survive in the cold temperatures thanks to their thick fat. Children are raised similarly to penguin chicks. They are not violent or dangerous.

      I think we should leave them alone."   

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    • 108.203.189.162 wrote:
      IMDB has a Grimm trivia on their site, but thats probably not it because the questions on that are usually about the cast and crew. I wonder what the "trivia of the series" is? I'm going to watch Plumed Serpent to see if I notice the Affemensch.

      I watched it and he is shown before the Fuchsbau woman and he seems to grow fur on his face and hands, but he doesn't really look like a monkey.

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    • Could you post a picture I can't find the episode on youtube

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    • It's on this wiki. The Wiki thinks it's an Eisbiber and can be found ont the Eisbiber page below on pics of Eisbibers. I also don't know how to post pictures on here.

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    • Don't worry , I don't either

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    • Schwarzerkater (male) Schwarzekatze(female) (german: Black Cat) 

      Schwarzerkater/Schwarzekatzen are feline like Wesen. When fully woged they have completely black fur, sharp teeth, claws and a tail is formed at their back. Schwarzerkater are normally only seen near Hexenbiester/Zauberbiester.

      It is said, that once they are born they share a unique bond to a specific Hexenbiest/Zauberbiest, which will only break, once one of them dies. A Schwarzerkater will always defend it's partner at all costs. 

      Schwarzerkater seem to have the ability to sense the presence of Grimms and are able to detect if somebody is a Grimm, only by looking at them. 

      Schwarzerkater are very intelligent and cunning Wesen, although their main feature is their loyalty towards their Hexenbiest. They are normally very peaceful, but when their partner is in danger they can fight with great ferocity. There are reports, which show the strenght and fighting skills of a  Schwarzerkater are normally superior to those of a Grimm.

      Their natural enemies are nearly all canine Wesen, even though especially Hundjäger seem to form groups to hunt down Schwarzerkater. 


      12. April 1824

      "I have been following the tracks of a group of Endzeit Grimms all the way through the Scottish Highlands. There were 4 of them, if I counted correctly. I was not entirely sure what they were searching here, until I saw a young blonde woman walk through the forest to a small cabin. I am fairly sure that she is a Hexenbiest, but she was not alone. There was a young black haired man walking behind her, and when he woged I first thought it was a Klaustreich, but he seemed to neat for that and his fur was completely black. He also developed a tail, which gave him kind of a domestic cat look. I went to my hideout, where I could see the Endzeichen Grimms camp they made. It was fairly certain that they wanted to kill the Hexenbiest the next day."

      16. April 1824

      "I could only write a diary entry now, I had to get away from that place as soon as I could. I am now in a hopefully save place a 4 days journey south of the forest, where the Hexenbiest lived. I am lucky that I had my horse with me otherwise I would have had no chance of escaping. I woke up in the middle of the night, because I heard screams coming from the Endzeichen Grimms camp and what I saw was horrible. Two of them were lying on the ground in a pool of blood, it appeared that their throats were cut and another one was lying besides them on the ground, unconscious but still breathing. And then I saw it, the Wesen, which accompanied the Hexenbiest was standing over him and slashing through his throat with his claws. And then I saw him looking straight at me, and I felt as if he knew that I was a Grimm. Luckily he got distracted by the last of the four who tried to fight him using a sword, but I will never now how that fight ended, because I just wanted to get out of there as fast as I could."

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    • Meh just saw that a similar thing  at least considering the looks, but well I still leave it here.

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    • RacheJaegar (Revenge Hunter)= Wraith like Wesen that became the inspiration for vengeful spirits in the human world. When wogged they gain pale corpse like skin, sharp teeth, claws and burning red eyes. There claws contain a paralitic that paralyses their victims in seconds allowing them to take their time with a victim. They have an acute sense of smell; allowing them to track victim's by sent. They have unusual woge where if they or a family member are deeply wronged they become locked in the their transformed state until they have avenged the wrong. This state is almost like a split personality.

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    • Oh, that one I like. I can imagine that working well into an episode.

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    • Prof. Draco wrote: Oh, that one I like. I can imagine that working well into an episode.

      If you are talking about the RacheJaegar I thank you.

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    • 86.132.20.55 wrote:

      Prof. Draco wrote: Oh, that one I like. I can imagine that working well into an episode.

      If you are talking about the RacheJaegar I thank you.

      I was, yes

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    • Prof. Draco wrote:

      86.132.20.55 wrote:

      Prof. Draco wrote: Oh, that one I like. I can imagine that working well into an episode.

      If you are talking about the RacheJaegar I thank you.

      I was, yes

      Thank you.

      Could you make a jornal entry about it like some of the others on here. I would but I can't think of anything yet.

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    • I'll look into it. No promises but I'll give it crack.

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    • Prof. Draco wrote: I'll look into it. No promises but I'll give it crack.

      Thank You

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    • Airearthfirewater wrote:
      Kleine zwerg ( small dwarf) : this dwarf like wesen is 3 feet tall at adult stage. The kleine zwergs are extremely skilled at machinery and forgery, they appear midgets when unwoged, when woged they gain long beards,big noses, and tough skin

      Mr. Twizzler


      Au Contrare, the unknown wesen in Last Grimm Standing right at the end, appeared to be a midgit wesen itself, killing Leo Taymor with claws and shear beating the snot out of him, which says something for their species since they can kill a Lowen with no problem.

      So there is already a 'midg' wesen, but your idea was very creative and would've made for an interesting episode.

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    • Mr. Twizzler

      There is a such thing as an Affemensch as well as a Waranehuter which if you are wondering is a moniter-lizard wesen and consists of the Reapers that Nick beheaded in "Leave it to the Beavers". The Affemench literally means "human monkey" in German and both these brief wesen should have pages made.

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    • There is no source for Waranenuter or Affemensch. Hässlich are what make up the Reapers. If there is a source for what your claiming then please provide.

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    • 72.11.50.223 wrote:
      Mr. Twizzler

      There is a such thing as an Affemensch as well as a Waranehuter which if you are wondering is a moniter-lizard wesen and consists of the Reapers that Nick beheaded in "Leave it to the Beavers". The Affemench literally means "human monkey" in German and both these brief wesen should have pages made.


      Neither one have appeared in the show in any form

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    • Pierre Hoffstommer was a notable Grimm who lived from 1759 to 1846. During his life, he rarely slaughtered Wesen, like his colleagues surely did, instead he used his abilities to study Wesen and his reports are considered some of the most comprehensive on Wesen ever written. Hoffstommer had a facsination for the ocean and his career as a Grimm often melded with his career as a marine biologist and boat captain. Pierre's studies focused primarily on aquatic Wesen species, that is to say, not Wesen that just resemble aquatic animals but Wesen that actually live either primarily or totally in the water. He did many studies on Naiads and even discovered some related species. Pierre discovered the Pacific Sea-Maid, a beautifully rare creature that can be found swimming around grand coral reefs, but rarely on land (although they do have a human form and appear to woge, thus they are considered Wesen); he also discovered the Caribbean Mermaid, which is more often seen on land because they live close to the Caribbean coast, where they lure men to their death. A third species discovered by Pierre is the Atlantic Sea King. All three of these species have very extreme woges, but they can only woge underwater because they lose their legs. Pacific Sea-Maids have seahorse-like tails and extravagant finnage as well as green and blue skin colorations, they look like a humanoid mash-up of many tropical fish species. Caribbean Mermaids have shrimp-like tails and beautiful fins. Atlantic Sea Kings have long, tapering and scaly bodies as well as lionfish-like fins on the head and arms.

      The following entry from Hoffstommer's personal journal describes an event that greatly disturbed him because his life was almost ended by the ocean.

      April 6, 1839

      "THEY'RE DEAD! They. Are. Dead. My entire crew! How could I have let this happen? Let me start from the beginning.

      This was not my first journey to Greece, but by far the worst. I was piloting my ship and crew through a series of small and jagged islands not far from Mykonos. We came to a very narrow straight that we had to pass, but I was not worried for my crew was very experienced. I got a strange feeling before entering the straight, I sensed Wesen. There were no Wesen in my crew, but I still did not worry, I assumed I was sensing a school of Naiads swimming somewhere near the boat, I had seen many schools in the area. In the narrowest portion of the straight, we sailed slowly past a massive, dark cave, it felt dangerous. I kept my head forward until I heard shouts and other loud noises. I turned to witness members of my crew fighting with long-necked monsters and more of the creatures were jumping onto the boat from the cave. 

      I have studied the ocean and sailed all my life. I know that the fabled sea serpent is no fable and that giant squids, bigger than boats, truly do thrive in the deep. I also know that there are Wesen that resemble these monsters. I have encountered a Fidi-Thalassa, a hulking sea serpent creature that swims through the oceans with a long, muscular body, eating Naiads and sharks. A Fidi-Thalassa is one of the only Wesen I have ever rightfully killed, when the monster crawled onto the shore and woged into a seemingly normal human, miniscule compared to its monster from, intent on killing the weakest members of the nearby village.

      These beasts that were attacking my crew were not Fidi-Thalassa, nor any other serpent Wesen that is commonly seen. However, I did recognize them. The dark green scaled bodies, long necks, sharp fangs, glowing red eyes, faces snouted like a crocodile. What I was witnessing was a Varka Epidromeas attack. These monsters attack so quickly and effectively that they have been romanticized as a single entity, a monster called Scylla.

      I killed many of the Varka Epidromeas, for they are surprisingly easy to behead if you have the refexes of a Grimm, but they continued to stream from the cave. After they had killed much of the crew, one of them showed their human form after realizing I was a Grimm and then promptly alerted his brethren before I could lop off his head. I was cornered by a group of five in a lower deck and they subdued me before dragging me to their cave.

      The Varka Epidromeas community was carved from stone deep within the earth. A group of approximately 200 lived in homes carved into cavern walls and the entire society thrived off of what was raided from passing ships. As far as I know, I was the first outsider to have a glimpse at one of these unique Wesen cities and survive. I was abandoned in a small room to await the sacrifice, but the creatures had understimated my strength. I was able to untie my bounds in about fifteen minutes and then had to break down the thick wooden door, most likely taken from a cargo ship. Kicking the lock caused the door to collapse outward and I navigated a series of stone corridors towards safety, killing seven Varka Epidromeas on my way. I sailed away quickly, all alone.

      For the past two weeks, I have refused to talk to anyone, but I realize that I will have to overcome this tragedy at some point."

      I had this idea today, sorry it's so long.

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    • These must be one of the most extreme woges in the wesen world. Can you translate the names for us?

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    • Sure thing. Yeah, I purposely made the creatures I mentioned very extreme Wesen because I wanted them to be almost like their own totally unique species, yet I still wanted them to be connected to the main Wesen bloodline, even if they may blur the line between a Wesen and a non-Wesen supernatural being (kind of like a Krampus). However, the Varka Epidromeas isn't very extreme, besides the neck.

      When it comes to the names, the three mermaids have English names because I wanted to try something new. The other two are Greek. "Fidi thalassa" translates to "sea serpent" and "varka epidromeas" translates to "boat raider", both require diacritical marks that I don't know how to type in this format.

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    • It always facinated me, the idea of how wesen who alter heir body in such drastic ways interact with humans in their 'hidden woge'. Imean, a human can't see a mordsteirs horns most of the time,but could they still feel them? What wouldthey see if a horn was severed? If a  Varka Epidromeas was in its hidden woge and used its longer neck to interact with something, how would an ordinary human see that interaction?

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    • That is one of the big unknowns. I got a friend of mine to start watching the show and he asked me almost that same question. It was the first time I had ever thought about it and it really stumped me. How would a human feel the bite of a Blutbad in a hidden woge or the claws of a Wendigo?

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    • kostbar(german: gold): this is a wesen that comes from the tale repunzel. when woged it has very long bright glowing golden hair, white pale skin, and glowing golden eyes. this creature can heal wounds with their hair. this creature heals the wounds of travalers to gain there trust, then brings them far into the woods, then hangs them with there own hair

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    • SheldonCooperWannabe wrote:
      That is one of the big unknowns. I got a friend of mine to start watching the show and he asked me almost that same question. It was the first time I had ever thought about it and it really stumped me. How would a human feel the bite of a Blutbad in a hidden woge or the claws of a Wendigo?

      The best excuse I can think of is that the human will be forced to see the woge just before impact, whether they can mentaly handle it or (most likely) not. But that still leaves the 'missing horns' problem.

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    • 108.203.189.162 wrote:
      108.203.189.162 wrote:
      IMDB has a Grimm trivia on their site, but thats probably not it because the questions on that are usually about the cast and crew. I wonder what the "trivia of the series" is? I'm going to watch Plumed Serpent to see if I notice the Affemensch.
      I watched it and he is shown before the Fuchsbau woman and he seems to grow fur on his face and hands, but he doesn't really look like a monkey.

      I think it looks a bit like a koala. But it's sure as hell not an Eisbeiber, that's for sure. 

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    • I know who the heck thought it was an eisbiber? 

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    • 86.132.20.55 wrote:
      RacheJaegar (Revenge Hunter)= Wraith like Wesen that became the inspiration for vengeful spirits in the human world. When wogged they gain pale corpse like skin, sharp teeth, claws and burning red eyes. There claws contain a paralitic that paralyses their victims in seconds allowing them to take their time with a victim. They have an acute sense of smell; allowing them to track victim's by sent. They have unusual woge where if they or a family member are deeply wronged they become locked in the their transformed state until they have avenged the wrong. This state is almost like a split personality.

      (The following is an excerpt from the Diary of a member of the Foreign Legion and a member of the Grimm family, dated 1954)

      "Today I witnessed an act both terrible horrifying. A new recruit to our unit, a Romanian deserter named Itzkovitz,  murdered our Corporal in plain sight. I saw him approach Corporal Stanescu and he morphed into a horrible form, a Wesen the likes of which I have not seen nor heard of before. His skin, tanned and unblemished became pale and spotched like that of a bloated corpse, his eyes turned red like those of a Blutbaden on the attack and his nails grew long and sharp. It took but one shot to kill the Corporal, the others said, but I saw. I saw him load the bullet into his gun and I saw him drip a substance from his hellish nails as he did so. I know for certain it was whatever foul poison the beast secreted that killed our commander, not the gun. He did not notice I was a Grimm, and he was quickly arrested on the spot by my fellow officers. May the beast rot in whatever cell they land him in, or better yet put to death."

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    • Prof. Draco wrote:

      86.132.20.55 wrote:
      RacheJaegar (Revenge Hunter)= Wraith like Wesen that became the inspiration for vengeful spirits in the human world. When wogged they gain pale corpse like skin, sharp teeth, claws and burning red eyes. There claws contain a paralitic that paralyses their victims in seconds allowing them to take their time with a victim. They have an acute sense of smell; allowing them to track victim's by sent. They have unusual woge where if they or a family member are deeply wronged they become locked in the their transformed state until they have avenged the wrong. This state is almost like a split personality.

      (The following is an excerpt from the Diary of a member of the Foreign Legion and a member of the Grimm family, dated 1954)

      "Today I witnessed an act both terrible horrifying. A new recruit to our unit, a Romanian deserter named Itzkovitz,  murdered our Corporal in plain sight. I saw him approach Corporal Stanescu and he morphed into a horrible form, a Wesen the likes of which I have not seen nor heard of before. His skin, tanned and unblemished became pale and spotched like that of a bloated corpse, his eyes turned red like those of a Blutbaden on the attack and his nails grew long and sharp. It took but one shot to kill the Corporal, the others said, but I saw. I saw him load the bullet into his gun and I saw him drip a substance from his hellish nails as he did so. I know for certain it was whatever foul poison the beast secreted that killed our commander, not the gun. He did not notice I was a Grimm, and he was quickly arrested on the spot by my fellow officers. May the beast rot in whatever cell they land him in, or better yet put to death."

      Not bad but the venom paralyses the victim; Rache Jaegar like to take their time with the victim. Quick kills are not their style, they believe the victim must suffer as much as the person they wronged if not more.

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    • I googled "avenge family", this guy popped up and I though it worked well. I didn't realise the mistakes I made until after I posted i,I was going mainly on memory, I didn't think to re-read the post. Sorrt I screwed it up, but it does kind of fit well I think. Besides that,it is from one point of veiw, soit's not impossible toassume the soldier didn't know the vemon was a paralytic agent and assumed the Corporal deaad, while the Rache Jeagar had the satisfacting of knowing the guy was dying slowly from the bullet-wound. 

      Apart from that, is it ok? I may do more if you or anyone wants me to, start up a sister topic for the diary entries.

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    • "Revenge hunter" would rather be called "Vergeltungsjäger", because "Rachejäger" doesn't have a good sound in German. And "Jäger" is spelled as provided in this post. Don't get confused by the spelling seen in "Pacific Rim". It is acceptable to substitute the umlaut "ä" with the ligature "ae", but only if the umlaut is not availlable. While they put in the effort to include the Kanji for the word "Kaiju", they failed hard at the dots for the umlaut.

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    • Prof. Draco wrote: I googled "avenge family", this guy popped up and I though it worked well. I didn't realise the mistakes I made until after I posted i,I was going mainly on memory, I didn't think to re-read the post. Sorrt I screwed it up, but it does kind of fit well I think. Besides that,it is from one point of veiw, soit's not impossible toassume the soldier didn't know the vemon was a paralytic agent and assumed the Corporal deaad, while the Rache Jeagar had the satisfacting of knowing the guy was dying slowly from the bullet-wound. 

      Apart from that, is it ok? I may do more if you or anyone wants me to, start up a sister topic for the diary entries.

      Thanks for clearing it up and I would like to se more.

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    • Well let me know what and when

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    • A minotaur, centaur or cerberus wesen would be cool.

      Wesen from different mythologies should be brought to the show.

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    • Prof. Draco wrote: Well let me know what and when

      When ever is good for you.

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    • Immortal ripper wrote:
      A minotaur, centaur or cerberus wesen would be cool.

      Wesen from different mythologies should be brought to the show.

      With the Mordstier, Taureus-Armenta, and Minotaur, I think that the minotaur concept has been more than covered.

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    • SheldonCooperWannabe wrote:

      With the Mordstier, Taureus-Armenta, and Minotaur, I think that the minotaur concept has been more than covered.

      Yeah, but they could still explore the greek stuff. There are also Medusa, Hydra, Scylla and many more monsters that would fit perfectly as wesen. I think that wesen, like gelumcaedus, are interesting because of their ancient history.

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    • 108.203.189.162 wrote:
      IMDB has a Grimm trivia on their site, but thats probably not it because the questions on that are usually about the cast and crew. I wonder what the "trivia of the series" is? I'm going to watch Plumed Serpent to see if I notice the Affemensch.

      Mr. Twizzler


      The Affemensch isn't in Plumed Serpent, its in Island of Dreams. When Nick and Munroe are in the Trauminsel, for a brief second a wesen turns around and if you pause it, you can see that it has a monkey-like face.

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    • Well whatever is in Plumed Serpent isn't an Eisbeiber. Maybe put it under 'unknown wesen'? And I checked, there is something in Island of Dreams that looks a bit 'Planet of the Apes'-ish. Can be seen at 38:30 here.

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    • I would like to see a Leopard-like Wesen. I'm not sure what you would call it.  Maybe Gesichtetmorder (Spotted + Killer). What do you think? I know we already have several feline Wesen, but none are Leopard Wesen. It would have rosette patterns on it's fur. Their base fur color would be pale yellow. The spots on the head would be solid black.

      I would also like to see a turtle-like Wesen. They could be called Schildkroteschwimmen (turtle + swim).

      I think we also need a panda-like Wesen. They would be called Schwarzhell (black + bright).

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    • Prof. Draco wrote: Well whatever is in Plumed Serpent isn't an Eisbeiber. Maybe put it under 'unknown wesen'? And I checked, there is something in Island of Dreams that looks a bit 'Planet of the Apes'-ish. Can be seen at 38:30 here.

      That's a Hässlich.

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    • Really doesn't look it.

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    • As a PSA, I would really suggest reverse-checking the vocabulary one uses, as that would prevent the use of words that mean something completely different than intendend (like the the show's Mellischwuler).

      Cases in point: A 'Licht-Fehler' is not a 'light-bug' as in 'insect-bug' but an 'error'. A 'Hahn(en)kopf' would be a 'cockhead' (the bird) not a 'hammerhead'. An 'Abschleppwagen' is quite literally a tow truck. And 'gesichtet' does mean 'spotted', but the verb ('i spotted the murderer'), not the adjective ('the cat's fur was spotted') (thus one would rather have a Fleckenmörder, though that does kind of sound like a cleaning product).

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    • If you're using Google-translate, you can hover over the words to see what they actually mean,as well as alernate and more accurate translations. It's quite useful. Don't be a Grimm translator, double check.

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    • 185.26.182.31 wrote:
      To me it looks like some sort of Gargoyle


      Agreed

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    • Licht-Sucher- German for Light Seeker

      This moth-like wesen love light and will always follow the source. They also like Hadosheru grow wings, but theirs aren't transparent. 

      Fleisch-Esser- German for Flesh Eater

      This piranha-like wesen is known for being able to eat the flesh off of anything within minutes. They are common and known for being cannibals.

      Calygreyhound

      This wesen is rare and are one of the strangest wesen species. When woged they gain a wildcat-like face and they grow ram-like horns around their forehead. They also gain eagle-like claws on their hands. 

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    • Piranha are known to be very calm and docile except when they enter a "feeding frenzy', where they tend to lose all control in an effort to consume as much as possible. In reality a piranha is unlikely to attack anything unless they're starving or considerably provoked.

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    • by Dreamwalker


      Feemadchen (Ger. Fairy Girl)

      Feemadchen are fairy-like wesen with pointed ears and petite frames when woged. The woged form of all Feemadchen are female so a male Feemadchen will undergo a gender-swap when they woge. Male Feemadchen can also do a partial woge so that they apear as a regular human female. They have hollow, helium filled bones making them very light, but no wings (fairies were not origionally described as having wings). They have an incredible longevity living to be well over a hundred and not aging very quickly (at about three qurters of the rate of a human). Holy water is deadly toxic to them. They are a kind and friendly race and not violent unless provoked. They are known for being mischevious and will sometimes pull pranks on humans even to the point of switching their children and a human's. A Feemadchen can breed with any human wesen or grimm and their genes can stay dormant for up to thousands of generations. They have a small amount of magical power but not as much as a Hexenbiest.

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    • What scientific reason would Holy water have for being toxic to them? Remember, all wesen still follow semi-scientific reasoning, so there must be someking of explaination as to why some man in a robe can cause water to become so deadly.

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    • July 19, 2012

      While taking my partner on a romantic walk along the Christchurch beaches, I spotted a group of young Wesen on the shore with surfboards in hand. There were three in total, and all of different though similar species. My partner, who knows of my bloodline, understood my desire to study them acting naturally and left me to observe while he got food.

      The first, the smallest of the three was a gleaming white with a fatty beak like formation arounf the mouth and a large fatty lump on the forehead. I could hear him from my position some meters away, and his vioce was like that of a canary chirping as he laughd with his friends.

      The second was taller and better built, with black skin. Two large white ovals surrounded his eyes like that of and Orca, and I deduced he must be a Wildewal, like my mother had told me she had seen in Australia some years back. That revelation was enough to urge me to keepmy distance, as they're known to be savage when threatened.

      The final boy was massive, almost two meters tall. His skin was a pale blue and he had a visible baleen from his lower jaw to his navel. His look reminded me of illustrations I have seen depicting Blar Risastor, and given their rarity I am lucky to see one alive.

      All three of the boys had small dorsal fin-like protusions on their backs and similar formations on their upper arms. Though I was at a distance I could see their fingers and toes had merged into flipper like appendages. If my information is correct regarding the Wildewal and Blar Risastor, all three would have had a blowhole at the nape of the neck.

      My observations ended when my partner came back with ice-creamand we continued our walk. Returning home, a quick research session confimed the first boy as a Hvitur Hvalur, a wesen with similarities to the Beluga whale.

      -21st Century Grimm

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    • Prof. Draco wrote:
      What scientific reason would Holy water have for being toxic to them? Remember, all wesen still follow semi-scientific reasoning, so there must be someking of explaination as to why some man in a robe can cause water to become so deadly.


      -Dreamwalker

      It has something to do with their magic.

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    • -Dreamwalker

      Oh' even better. A zaubertrank that is often mistaken for holy water.

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    • 75.141.243.26 wrote:
      by Dreamwalker


      Feemadchen (Ger. Fairy Girl)

      Feemadchen are fairy-like wesen with pointed ears and petite frames when woged. The woged form of all Feemadchen are female so a male Feemadchen will undergo a gender-swap when they woge. Male Feemadchen can also do a partial woge so that they apear as a regular human female. They have hollow, helium filled bones making them very light, but no wings (fairies were not origionally described as having wings). They have an incredible longevity living to be well over a hundred and not aging very quickly (at about three qurters of the rate of a human). Holy water is deadly toxic to them. They are a kind and friendly race and not violent unless provoked. They are known for being mischevious and will sometimes pull pranks on humans even to the point of switching their children and a human's. A Feemadchen can breed with any human wesen or grimm and their genes can stay dormant for up to thousands of generations. They have a small amount of magical power but not as much as a Hexenbiest.

      I would like to add another fairy-like Wesen

      Edlergeist (plural: Edlergeister; pronunciation: EE-dlər-gah-est; Germ. Edler "noble" + Geist "spirit") is a fairy-like Wesen that when woges its skin turn pale pink, its eyes turns baby blue and gains pointed ears and a little higer voice. Like many Wesen, they are able to concentrate their woge in their eyes. They are gentle, loving, cheerful and are excellent parents. However, if they are offended, threatened or assaulted will not hesitate to show cruelty.

      They main deffense mechanism is caller "Feenstraub" (FE-en-strowb; Germ Feen "fairies" + straub "dust"), a powerful pheromone that, according to the Edlergeist's mood, could have a wide range of effect in the person which receives it. For example, if the Edlergeist is calm or happy, the person who receives the Feenstraub will have the same feeling, but if the Edlergeist is angry, the pheromone will cause pain in its victim. A common habit of the Edlergeister is to use their Feenstraub to calm scared or angry children. In addition, they have hollow bones, that make them lighter than a normal human, and because of this are skilled acrobats. 

      Unlike one of their closest relatives, the Feemadchen, as well the Edlergeist loves children, they are not interested in switch their own children with other, besides, alike other of their closest relatives, the Fuchsteufelwilder, the Edlergeister are calmer and more peaceful, as they use their Feenstraub more as a tranquilizer as a weapon. 

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    • Schnüffler (pron: Shnew-flaur)- A Bloodhound-like canid Wesen with a keen sense of smell. Due to their gentle nature, unparalleled tracking abilities, and loyalty even on pain of death, they have been adopted by the Grimms as one of their closest allies. Modern Schnüffler are often found working in law-keeping or police capacities, especially Missing Persons and Arson.

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    • Calygreyhound

      This wesen is one of the strangest. When woged they gain a wildcat-like face, mountain goat-like horns, and eagle-like claws on their hands. The Earls of Oxford were all Calygreyhounds and their symbol was a Calygreyhound. 

      Groot-Klauw- Dutch for Big Claw

      These crab-like wesen are very common and when woged they gain crab-like claws and they gain a thick exoskeleton. They are sexually dimorphic and males seem to have bigger claws. They are usually peaceful unless provoked.

      Schleppend-Tier- German for Slow Animal

      These sloth-like wesen mostly eat plants and insects. When woged they gain fur all over their faces and they gain long claws which they use to climb trees. They are peaceful and love jungles and forests.

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    • I just realized I already posted the Calygreyhound on here.

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    • Prof. Draco wrote:
      July 19, 2012

      While taking my partner on a romantic walk along the Christchurch beaches, I spotted a group of young Wesen on the shore with surfboards in hand. There were three in total, and all of different though similar species. My partner, who knows of my bloodline, understood my desire to study them acting naturally and left me to observe while he got food.

      The first, the smallest of the three was a gleaming white with a fatty beak like formation arounf the mouth and a large fatty lump on the forehead. I could hear him from my position some meters away, and his vioce was like that of a canary chirping as he laughd with his friends.

      The second was taller and better built, with black skin. Two large white ovals surrounded his eyes like that of and Orca, and I deduced he must be a Wildewal, like my mother had told me she had seen in Australia some years back. That revelation was enough to urge me to keepmy distance, as they're known to be savage when threatened.

      The final boy was massive, almost two meters tall. His skin was a pale blue and he had a visible baleen from his lower jaw to his navel. His look reminded me of illustrations I have seen depicting Blar Risastor, and given their rarity I am lucky to see one alive.

      All three of the boys had small dorsal fin-like protusions on their backs and similar formations on their upper arms. Though I was at a distance I could see their fingers and toes had merged into flipper like appendages. If my information is correct regarding the Wildewal and Blar Risastor, all three would have had a blowhole at the nape of the neck.

      My observations ended when my partner came back with ice-creamand we continued our walk. Returning home, a quick research session confimed the first boy as a Hvitur Hvalur, a wesen with similarities to the Beluga whale.

      -21st Century Grimm

      I don't know why I love this so much, but I do!

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    • I'll end updoing more, I think. Probably from the same Grimm. It'slike modern insight from a Grimm with no need or interest in chasing wesen.

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    • -Dreamwalker


      June 24, 1887

      I experienced a peculiar sight this morning, even for someone in my line of work. A youth, looking like he had been living on the streets for quite some time, was being acused of thievery by a shop owner, when, to my great suprise is face and figure became those of of a young maid. It took me a moment to realisze that the features were not quite those of a human. The greatest changes were in the ears,' which were now long and pointed, and the eyes, which refracted light like a jewel. The youth lept onto the nearby wall and quickly back off before sprinting around a nearby corner.


      June 26, 1887

      After searching extensively through my ancestors' journals, I have found no mention of the strange wesen that I noticed yestrday, and can only conclude that the breed has been unrecorded up until now. Using several of my contacts, I now know the whereabouts of the youth, known as Tom. I will confront and attempt to befriend him in order to learn more about his kind, but if he proves hostile, I will not hesitate to do my sacred duty as a Grimm.


      July 3, 1887

      I have taken on tom as my private assistant in hopes of his usefulness in my future cases. He is kind, diligent, and mischevious. His woged form is extremely and inexplicably light. My suspicions that this form is female were confirmed by him. He is capable of sorcery but most certainly no match for a Hexenbiest. I will continue to work with and study him in hopes of learning more.


      - London Grimm

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    • -Dreamwalker

      I have a lot more wesen ideas but I'v had that one the longest so I wanted to post it first.

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    • -Dreamwalker


      Zweigkopf (Ger. Branch Head)

      Deer-like wesen. Males look like bucks and females look like does in woged form. Very fast and usually peaceful, they will avoid a confrontation at almost any cost. The main exception to this is an organized duel between two males where they both use their antlers. These duels happen with suprising regularity and are used to settle disagrements and to divide resources and females.  Zweigkopf enjoy almost all sports and outdoor activities other than hunting. They are also fairly afraid of projectile weapons and firearms.

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    • Prof. Draco wrote:
      July 19, 2012

      While taking my partner on a romantic walk along the Christchurch beaches, I spotted a group of young Wesen on the shore with surfboards in hand. There were three in total, and all of different though similar species. My partner, who knows of my bloodline, understood my desire to study them acting naturally and left me to observe while he got food.

      The first, the smallest of the three was a gleaming white with a fatty beak like formation arounf the mouth and a large fatty lump on the forehead. I could hear him from my position some meters away, and his vioce was like that of a canary chirping as he laughd with his friends.

      The second was taller and better built, with black skin. Two large white ovals surrounded his eyes like that of and Orca, and I deduced he must be a Wildewal, like my mother had told me she had seen in Australia some years back. That revelation was enough to urge me to keepmy distance, as they're known to be savage when threatened.

      The final boy was massive, almost two meters tall. His skin was a pale blue and he had a visible baleen from his lower jaw to his navel. His look reminded me of illustrations I have seen depicting Blar Risastor, and given their rarity I am lucky to see one alive.

      All three of the boys had small dorsal fin-like protusions on their backs and similar formations on their upper arms. Though I was at a distance I could see their fingers and toes had merged into flipper like appendages. If my information is correct regarding the Wildewal and Blar Risastor, all three would have had a blowhole at the nape of the neck.

      My observations ended when my partner came back with ice-creamand we continued our walk. Returning home, a quick research session confimed the first boy as a Hvitur Hvalur, a wesen with similarities to the Beluga whale.

      -21st Century Grimm

      Is this Nick?

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    • No, it's not. I set it as a Grimm living in New Zealand who is aware of wesen but has no interest in killing them, nor a need to encounter them every day. Just a normal job like a sales rep or something. The only interest is from an anthropological view, studying them as a species to make records about them for future generations without the 'wesen be evil, kill them all' bias.

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    • - Dreamwalker


      Giesteidechse (Ger. Ghost Lizard)

      Chamelion-like wesen that can make themselves invisible to the human eye and can climb walls. Their tounges are very long and also prehensile. They are responsible for the accounts of most ghosts, espesialy poltergiests. They take great pleasure in causing fear. One highly used trick of the Giesteidechse is to fake their own death in order to make their "haunting" both more easy and more convincing.

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    • - Dreamwalker

      By the way, if anyone can write journal entries based on my wesen ideas I would love to see what other people think.

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    • It's a pet peeve of mine when people try and cite misinformation as fact.Chameleons cannot change colour to blend in with their surroundings. The pigments in their skin change based on temperature and the mood of the animal.

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    • -Dreamwalker

      Sorry, I knew that was a just a common myth but a lot of people don't know that so the Giesteidechse would make sense to them.

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    • Prof. Draco wrote:
      No, it's not. I set it as a Grimm living in New Zealand who is aware of wesen but has no interest in killing them, nor a need to encounter them every day. Just a normal job like a sales rep or something. The only interest is from an anthropological view, studying them as a species to make records about them for future generations without the 'wesen be evil, kill them all' bias.

      I realy like grimms like that.

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    • But nature doesn't work that way,except with the cuttlefish. Don't let me tellyou how to develop your ideas, I just try and avoid misinformation whenever I can. It's in my nature.

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    • - Dreamwalker


      Oh, I know about the cuttlefish and how it camoflauges, but I also have a different cuttlefish wesen. There's also some types of octopi that can hide that way.

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    • 75.141.243.26 wrote:
      Prof. Draco wrote:
      No, it's not. I set it as a Grimm living in New Zealand who is aware of wesen but has no interest in killing them, nor a need to encounter them every day. Just a normal job like a sales rep or something. The only interest is from an anthropological view, studying them as a species to make records about them for future generations without the 'wesen be evil, kill them all' bias.
      I realy like grimms like that.

      If you ask nicely and I have the time, I'll make some 21st Century Grimm entries for your creations. I may take minor creative liberties to make it fit better, but I'll keep all names and basic attributes the same.

      Note by agreeing to this service you waive all rights to complain about how I ruined your ideas. You asked for it. 

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    • -Dreamwalker

      I'm not begging you to do this or anything. If you want to that's fine. I just wanted to put it out there and see what happened. Anything i post about my wesen will probably be counted as the most cannon though.

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    • Including the camoflaging chameleons?

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    • -Dreamwalker

      The Giesteidechse still look like chamelions but if you want to change the mechanics of their chamofluage I think I would be fine with that.

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    • Actually, I think I can make something work. I'm just trying to decide whether to put them here or make another topic just for diary entries.

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    • -Dreamwalker

      I think i'ts cool to see all of your diary entries here.

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    • Ok, I'll do some later when I'm bored/motivated enough.

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    • Entsetzenvogel (Ger. terror bird)

      The Entsetzenvogel is a dangerous and unique Wesen that has had much research done about its origins and anatomy. This species is comparable to an avian Mauvais Dentes, but similarities between the species do not end at aggression. While the Mauvais Dentes resembles the extinct sabre-toothed cat, the Entsetzenvogel resembles the extinct terror bird which stalked the same areas of the earth. When woged, dark blue and black feathers cover the body and intersperse with the hair, forming a crown of larger feathers that is more prominent in males. The face gains an angularity similar to a Steinadler, but the beak is larger and razor sharp. This beak is stronger than that of any other known Wesen species and is capable of breaking the necks of most humans and Wesen, only stopping at species with extremely thick skin or very tough exoskeletons (such as Siegbarste or Hadosheru). Also ocurring during woge is a transformation of the hands; every finger except the thumb fuses into one large claw. 

      The Entsetzenvogel attacks quickly and effectively, chasing down prey with baffling speed and strong legs before stabbing the victim in the back of the chest with a claw and breaking the victim's neck with their beak. Any members left can often be found roaming rural Africa and slaying small villages in order to fulfill an innate bloodlust. The Royals are the only group powerful enough to employ an Entsetzenvogel as a bounty hunter.


      Malati Idolo (Filipino; moorish idol)

      The Malati Idolo is a little-known Wesen species that resembles the tropical fish Zanclus cornutus, or the Moorish Idol. Members of this race are often treated as deities by small groups of natives throughout islands in the Indian-Pacific Ocean. This is because they reveal their true forms to these people; their smooth and scaly skin striped with black and yellow and the tall fin on their head, the size of which determines dominance in the species. They also exhibit an elongated snout with beak-like teeth that rip flesh with a vengeance. Those they influence will often do most anything for their Malati Idolo, both out of admiration and fear, for those who resist or revolt are killed. The Malati Idolo will travel with his "servants" and command them to aid in his crime sprees. They are comparable to a less powerful and dangerous Cracher-Mortel.

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    • The Malati Idolo is a pretty terrifying thing to get from such a sweet looking fish. And I do like the Entsetzenvogel, I was also fond of Terror Birds since Primeval.

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    • -Dreamwalker

      Domptagequeue (Fr. Taming tail)

      A feline wesen with nine tails. When they woge, the neck down becomes covered with orange/brown fur and their ears become triangular and move to the top of their head. Other than that the only changes when they woge are that their eyes become more feline and, of course, they grow tails. These tails are very fast and strong and can be used as whips. The Domptagequeue gives of pheremones similar to those produced by Zigefolk but are much more potent and cause the victim to become intoxicated. They also emit a strong purring sound that is not conciously detectable by humans but effects them on a subconcious level. Prolonged exposure to a Domptagequeue will leave the vicitim in a docile and very sugestable state until the victim is to the point where they cannot think clearly and relly almost completely on instinct. The Domptagequeue then makes a pet out of the vicitim, and will treat them exactly as one would an animal, sparing no respect for the human's dignity. They will keep the human in a cage (or let them sleep by their bed if they are "kind"), teach the human tricks, care for them, and even breed them with other humans that they have captured in this way. Sometimes they will take a fancy to a human and will interbreed with them. Because the Domptagequeue genes are dominant they will raise the child as a compannion and will help them start their own human collection and the process repeats itself. Because of their powers Domptagequeue will sometimes be involved in human traficing.

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    • Well that's more than a little disturbing...

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    • -Dreamwalker

      So are some of the wesen on the show.

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    • True. Is it based on a Kitsune or a Kumiho?

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    • -Dreamwalker

      Uh... actually that was just based on how disturbingly controlling cats are. The nine tails were based on an old whip called the cat o' nine tails.

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    • Yes, I know what a cat-o'-nine-tails is. I frequent the Warehouse 13 Database wiki, I know what pretty much every obscure item is. It's amazing for pub quizzes. I was just asking because both are nine-tailed foxes known for manipulating humans, the Kumiho in particular.

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    • -Dreamwalker

      Even though that wasn't my intention they do sort of resemble the foxes, except for the fact that they are felines.

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    • Rot-Kaztehnbär (German; red panda) is a red panda-like Wesen, known for their peaceful and harmless nature, and their beautiful red fur. They also enjoy climbing trees, and love winter time. However, they can't handle temperatures above 72 degrees. Because their fur is considered valuable, they have been hunted, almost to extinction. While the majority of Wesen believe they are rare, but in existence, only a few believe they are extinct. When woged, they gain a face exactly like that of red pandas, with pointy ears, a short snout, and whiskers. They also are more active at night, but don't have any better sight than humans. They however, have exepctional hearing and smelling. They don't seem to gain any enhanced strength when woged.

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    • Another Wesen from me

      Marionetta (plural: Marionetti; pronunciation: Mah-ree-oh-neh-tah; Italian Marionetta "marionette") is a puppet-like Wesen that tends to be mischievous and teasers, but loyal and sincere, though not quite so honest. When they woges, their skin turns wooden-like, their mouth and their joints make them look like puppets. 

      The Marionetti are peaceful Wesen by preference, but if the situation requires it they will be formidable fighters, fighting with erratic moves like real puppets, that let them evade the attacks of their foe. 

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    • October 29, 2013

      Went for a job interview today at a local data-processing firm. It seemed like a good oppourtunity, as it had branches across the country and there was plenty of room for advancement. I met with the owner of the branch and I sensed immediately something was off. As I passed his secretary she gave me an almost apologetic look and she flinched when the boss, a large Polynesian man by the name of Fisher (name by marriage I assumed) stared in her direction. This was my clue that he was not a man to be taken lightly.

      The interview was rather standard until he called the woman, who I later learned was Judy Collodi, a relative of the Pinnochio author, into his office and demanded coffee. He asked if I wanted some, to which I politely declined. However in her fear of her employer she lost her composure and revealed her true nature, a Wesen I identified as a Marionetta. Her skin became knotted and knarled like wood, though I knew it was as supple to the touch as any flesh and her elbow joints swelled slightly to resemble hinged joints. Her jaw sprouted two thin lines that ran down her chin, making her resemble a nutcracker doll. In her haste to get away, she did not notice me stare.

      Mr. Fisher was not saw cautious. Whether it was satisfaction over the fear he instilled or the knowledge he had such power over his emplyee I cannot fathom, but his concentration lapsed and he showed his true colours. His brown skin became scaly like a fish and changed to a black and white pattern of thick stripes. On his forehead a fin began to grow that crested over his headand came toa point. His nose and lips merged into a small snout with peg like teeth inside. Seeing my surprise and determining my bloodline, he panicked and nearly bolted from his desk. He demanded I leave and never return to the firm, pointing at the door with a webbed finger. 

      Dejected, I was forced to abandon my job prospects, though I have resolved to help Judy escape her predicament. I have Marionetta friends that may help me reach out to her.

      -21st Century Grimm

      (Sorry I used the Marionetta without asking, I liked it and thought it worked well.)

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    • If there is a powerful wesen this wesen and Cálidos . Cálidos are rare and there are only 51 copies of the species around the world. Amazingly they catch fire , until in 1722 it was considered unexplained , but one called tales of Edgar Chimit Grambretanha captured a Cálidos- studied and while he was unconscious and in his human form , he'd already unsuccessfully killing wesen peculiar , but he woke up and Woge when Woge he was like a wax doll on fire so he melt the ropes that bound him and fled . 1 hour later still scared to freak you saw Edgar vaguely remembered the smell felt when Woge creature and also remembered that this smell did not last long , given that the smell appeared and disappeared among a small space between a second. Chimit then spent a cotton in the iron chair that was warm and examined the cotton thus discovering a kind of acetone and after some research found that it was the same acetone that Däemonfeuer gospem to generate fire, and soon deduced that the Cálidos- this can vaporize acetone through the skin , then it can also deduce that these wesens autamente should have a tough skin to fire. 3 days after Edgar killed a Cálidos- with a bullet soaked in " su Seave peau " , thus making the creature wogie stay on even after her death , so strangely one minutes after death the body stopped to catch fire, but the creature did not return to human form , leaving the view a body with the appearance of a Fuchsteufelwild ( Edgar found that Gefälschte fuchsteufelwild was naverdade delete a Warm- ) only red, no naris only having two holes in place of the naris , with yellow eyes and no long fingernails . Chimit opened the body and found wesen which enabled the Cálidos- breathing , the lungs wesen that are able to withstand over 2000 lbs of pressure , and thus keeping air in them before wogie since when he was trasformado could not breathe because the fire burn all the oxygen . Indeed his skin was highly resistant to fire , and to ensure the protenção ollhos in Woge they gained paupebras trasparentes were closed in the state of combustion state, these eyelids sounded all the time to prevent the fire from harming the creature's eyes , too making the eyes are the only thing in the body of the creature that appeared in flaming face. Cálidos- were often confused with Volcanalis , the differences between them are: Volcanalis not have biological explanations and Warm- catch fire and are not made of magma and that's a whopping diferança . Can also be confused often with a different Fuchsteufelwild when species are not on fire , because they look very much like one, so much so that for many years before the discovery of Edgar everyone thought and Cálidos- Gefälschte fuchsteufelwild ( Gefälschte fuchsteufelwild is the name given the Warm- when not on fire , because it was believed that it was another kind of wesen ) .



      ( From the Latin : Cálidos- Hot = )



      ( Fuchsteufelwild Gefälschte means false fuchsteufelwild in German )


      I apologize for the mistakes of English. It is that I am Brazilian and I used a translator to write this.

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    • I didn't realize I already posted the Calygreyhound.

      Ahuizotl

      This wesen loves water and loves to kill. When woged they look like a black dog with red eyes and black fur. The Ahuizotl gains a tail that extends from its spine similar to a Manticore, but their tail has a hand at the end of it which they use to strangle or drown their victims.

      They hide in lakes and rivers and wait for someone to approach the water. They then attack the victim, strangle or drown their victim with their tail, and then carry off the remains to a place where they can eat it.

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    • Drukfestigkeit (Crushing Strength)= Anaconda wesen hailing from South Africa. In their human forms they are thin agile indaviduals who could be star athletes or dancers. The are cunning creatures and those take part in criminal activity are known for not getting their hands dirty though they can be quite brutal killers.Unlike their fellow reptilian creatures they are unaturaly calm even when doing horrific acts; some mistaking this for apathy but rather their diet; only eating once every to months makes them placid and the fact they evolved in a really hot climate means they learnt a long time ago how to master their tempers. When woged they gain bronze scales, sharp teeth, forked toungs, slitted eye and fangs. They are also very strong when woged; able to strangle a man bare handed.

      TiefeTaucher ( Depth Diver)= Colosal squid wessen and the natural enemies of Naiads. The have an extreame woge; developing red rubbery skin, a beak mouth, compound eyes and bulbous heads. Their legs also become longs tentacles making them powerful swimers in the ocean. They kill by biteing the victim in the throat severing an artary, or holding a victim under water until they drown. Like the naiad they can not last long on dry land and live near the ocean. They have specialy adpated lungs and organs allowing them to dive to great depths withought the aid of gear.

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    • 75.141.243.26 wrote:
      by Dreamwalker


      Feemadchen (Ger. Fairy Girl)

      Feemadchen are fairy-like wesen with pointed ears and petite frames when woged. The woged form of all Feemadchen are female so a male Feemadchen will undergo a gender-swap when they woge. Male Feemadchen can also do a partial woge so that they apear as a regular human female. They have hollow, helium filled bones making them very light, but no wings (fairies were not origionally described as having wings). They have an incredible longevity living to be well over a hundred and not aging very quickly (at about three qurters of the rate of a human). Holy water is deadly toxic to them. They are a kind and friendly race and not violent unless provoked. They are known for being mischevious and will sometimes pull pranks on humans even to the point of switching their children and a human's. A Feemadchen can breed with any human wesen or grimm and their genes can stay dormant for up to thousands of generations. They have a small amount of magical power but not as much as a Hexenbiest.


      -Dreamwalker

      Sorry, I forgot to mention that Feemadchen have an extremely fast regeneration rate and can recover from any injury that is not fataland where a body part is not removed in muinites for papercuts to a week or so for very serious wounds. They also do not develop scar tissue.

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      Drukfestigkeit (Crushing Strength)= Anaconda wesen hailing from South Africa. In their human forms they are thin agile indaviduals who could be star athletes or dancers. The are cunning creatures and those take part in criminal activity are known for not getting their hands dirty though they can be quite brutal killers.Unlike their fellow reptilian creatures they are unaturaly calm even when doing horrific acts; some mistaking this for apathy but rather their diet; only eating once every to months makes them placid and the fact they evolved in a really hot climate means they learnt a long time ago how to master their tempers. When woged they gain bronze scales, sharp teeth, forked toungs, slitted eye and fangs. They are also very strong when woged; able to strangle a man bare handed.

      TiefeTaucher ( Depth Diver)= Colosal squid wessen and the natural enemies of Naiads. The have an extreame woge; developing red rubbery skin, a beak mouth, compound eyes and bulbous heads. Their legs also become longs tentacles making them powerful swimers in the ocean. They kill by biteing the victim in the throat severing an artary, or holding a victim under water until they drown. Like the naiad they can not last long on dry land and live near the ocean. They have specialy adpated lungs and organs allowing them to dive to great depths withought the aid of gear.

      Spelling: Druckfestigkeit; Tieftaucher

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      Rot-Kaztehnbär (German; red panda) is a red panda-like Wesen, known for their peaceful and harmless nature, and their beautiful red fur. They also enjoy climbing trees, and love winter time. However, they can't handle temperatures above 72 degrees. Because their fur is considered valuable, they have been hunted, almost to extinction. While the majority of Wesen believe they are rare, but in existence, only a few believe they are extinct.

      When woged, they gain a face exactly like that of red pandas, with pointy ears, a short snout, and whiskers. They also are more active at night, but don't have any better sight than humans. They however, have exepctional hearing and smelling. They don't seem to gain any enhanced strength when woged.

      red panda in german is one of the following: Kleiner Panda, Roter Panda, Katzenbär, Bärenkatze, Feuerfuchs or Goldhund

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      - Dreamwalker


      Giesteidechse (Ger. Ghost Lizard)

      Chamelion-like wesen that can make themselves invisible to the human eye and can climb walls. Their tounges are very long and also prehensile. They are responsible for the accounts of most ghosts, espesialy poltergiests. They take great pleasure in causing fear. One highly used trick of the Giesteidechse is to fake their own death in order to make their "haunting" both more easy and more convincing.

      -> Geisteidechse. When "e" and "i" go walking, the latter does the talking.

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    • Prof. Draco wrote:
      October 29, 2013

      Went for a job interview today at a local data-processing firm. It seemed like a good oppourtunity, as it had branches across the country and there was plenty of room for advancement. I met with the owner of the branch and I sensed immediately something was off. As I passed his secretary she gave me an almost apologetic look and she flinched when the boss, a large Polynesian man by the name of Fisher (name by marriage I assumed) stared in her direction. This was my clue that he was not a man to be taken lightly.

      The interview was rather standard until he called the woman, who I later learned was Judy Collodi, a relative of the Pinnochio author, into his office and demanded coffee. He asked if I wanted some, to which I politely declined. However in her fear of her employer she lost her composure and revealed her true nature, a Wesen I identified as a Marionetta. Her skin became knotted and knarled like wood, though I knew it was as supple to the touch as any flesh and her elbow joints swelled slightly to resemble hinged joints. Her jaw sprouted two thin lines that ran down her chin, making her resemble a nutcracker doll. In her haste to get away, she did not notice me stare.

      Mr. Fisher was not saw cautious. Whether it was satisfaction over the fear he instilled or the knowledge he had such power over his emplyee I cannot fathom, but his concentration lapsed and he showed his true colours. His brown skin became scaly like a fish and changed to a black and white pattern of thick stripes. On his forehead a fin began to grow that crested over his headand came toa point. His nose and lips merged into a small snout with peg like teeth inside. Seeing my surprise and determining my bloodline, he panicked and nearly bolted from his desk. He demanded I leave and never return to the firm, pointing at the door with a webbed finger. 

      Dejected, I was forced to abandon my job prospects, though I have resolved to help Judy escape her predicament. I have Marionetta friends that may help me reach out to her.

      -21st Century Grimm

      (Sorry I used the Marionetta without asking, I liked it and thought it worked well.)

      Not a problem, i really like that you liked my design, beside was very clever from you tu hint that Collodi self was a Marionetta. Just a detail, the plural for Marionetta is Marionetti, in the case of the last part of the entry would be "i have Marionetti friends". 

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    • Yeah, minor slip up there. I thought Collodi being a Marionetta worked with the whole 'living puppet' story well. As for her first name, I went for Judy for 'Punch & Judy', because I'm a sucker for the double-pun. I imagine Marionetti being completely double jointed and being gymnasts or stage performers, but that didn't work well into this particular entry. Maybe the Grimm's Marionetta friend/s will show up in a later entry?

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    • -Dreamwalker

      Working on fine-tuning quite a few wesen. Speaking of developing ideas Prof. Draco, those 21st century grimm diary entries are realy good.

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    • 80.142.181.211 wrote:
      75.141.243.26 wrote:
      - Dreamwalker


      Giesteidechse (Ger. Ghost Lizard)

      Chamelion-like wesen that can make themselves invisible to the human eye and can climb walls. Their tounges are very long and also prehensile. They are responsible for the accounts of most ghosts, espesialy poltergiests. They take great pleasure in causing fear. One highly used trick of the Giesteidechse is to fake their own death in order to make their "haunting" both more easy and more convincing.

      -> Geisteidechse. When "e" and "i" go walking, the latter does the talking.

      Sorry about that and every other typo. Should be Geisteidechse.

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    • 75.141.243.26 wrote:
      -Dreamwalker

      Working on fine-tuning quite a few wesen. Speaking of developing ideas Prof. Draco, those 21st century grimm diary entries are realy good.

      Well thank you Mr. Dreamwalker.I plan on continuing them. I think I'll try one a day.

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    • -Dreamwalker

      When you are motivated/bored enough to make an entry based on my wesen, I would suggest using the Feemadchen first.

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    • April, 2013

      A local LGBT group fro Wesen contacted me and asked me to mediate one of their meetings. Apparently a group of Schakal had been harrassing members and they figured seeing a Grimm with the group would scare them off. While the members had been told I was coming, apparently my appearance was still shocking for some and I was met with several surprised woges as I entered the room. Of the group there were a few Wesen I had seen before and some I only knew of by reputation, including a Gefrierengeber with a brilliant white coat of fur. One struck out more than the others, however.

      I noticed a boy about seventeen walking into the building earlier, but as he turned to me he displayed the most unusual change. While his facial sturcture changed little, it became noticable more slender and feminine, his ears grew into tips like a Tolkien elf and his body seemed to re-arange itelf into a more felmale from. He, or rather now she, seemed to experience some discomfort as his shirt was not adapted for the sudden re-proportioning of figure and he woged back into his human male form.

      After the meeting I approached him and struck up a conversation. He seemed to have no fear of me, and knew me well by reputation. He informed me he was a Feemadchen, an unusual wesen species that had an all female woge, regardless of gender. Facinated about this new discovery ofmine, I consulted my father (who is well versed in wesen law, his father was an accoplished old-school Grimm) and learned that the Feemadchen originate not from Germany, but from Ireland where they are known as Sidhe or Faieries. 

      He told me that though they may be male as a human, all turn into a female form when they woge. They have a simple form of magic similar to Hexenbiester, though concerned more with befuddlement than manipulation or harm. Grimm records of the species are apparently scarce beyond that, except that the possess light bone structure, rapid healing and the ability for the Feemadchen gene to remain dormant in families for generations before resurfacing. The reason for this lack of knowledge is that traditionally it was not the duty of the local Grimm to dispatch these wesen, but that of the local priests and parish. A special concoction would be mixed that would cause no effects to any human of wesen, but would cause the Feemadchen to choke and burn. This was typically disguised as holy water, giving the illusion that they were being burned by the power of christ.

      -21st Century Grimm

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    • -Dreamwalker

      You nailed it!

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    • Glad to hear that :)

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    • i really like the entry about Feemadchen, and about that, Dreamwalker i hope that you don't mind that i use Feemadchen as the "cousins" of the Edlergeister

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    • -Dreamwalker

      nah, it's cool. wait 'til you guys see some of my new wesen.

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    • A Heldhund (HELT-hoont Germ. Held "Hero" + Hund "dog") is an intelligent, alert and loyal Dobberman Pinscher like-Wesen. These species of Wesen are native to Europe, specifically Germany where they can be found in great number. Over the years they have become more widespread in the world but this was caused when they were pushed to the point of extinction during World War 2. Why this occured is unknown but it may have soemthing to do with their rivalry with the Hundjager. 

      Heldhund are well known throughout the Wesen community as crime-fighters because of their inborn heroic nature as even as children Heldhund seem to always take a stand against injustice or wrong doing. This ranges from them taking action against bullying or doing something more serious like tracking down criminals/serial killers. This makes them ideal for professions like law enforcement or serving the Wesen Council alongside the Pflichttreue as they are just as loyal and fearless as these white panther wesen. Alongside this loyalty stands their great strength and heightened senses that aide them greatly. 

      Personality wise the HeldHund tend to be very sarcastic and slightly flippant but as they grow older, usually in their mid 40s they begin to become more surly and serious but the sarcasm never seems to fade away. But despite this the Heldhund remain over friendly and are kind heartend at times. These traits aside, the true nature of the Heldhund lies in their heroism as most end up becoming policemen or fire fighters while others take more simple professions but still embody a heroic or kind willed nature towards the people the work with or work around. Heldhund are extremely loyal to those working in the same profession as them as they are always prepared to offer a helping hand to anyone who needs them.

      The down side to their heroic nature is that certain members of this Wesen species sometimes take it to far and end up becoming vigilantes which results in them and other Helhund's like them gathering in vigilante groups seeking to "do what has to be done for the greater good". These Schelm (Germ. Rogue) Heldhund are often found throughout history leading riots and vigilante groups of both their own kind and humans they've convinced into believing that their actions are in right and should be carried out. A perfect example of these Schelm Heldhund led vigilante groups is the assassination of Joseph Smith, as it was a group of Heldhund who shot Jospeh Smith several times. A response to the vigilante and violent nature of the Schelm Heldhund comes not from the Wesen Council but from within their own species. These Heldhund are refered to as Friedenstruppen (Germ. Peacekeepers), Heldhund's who try to prevent Schelm Heldhund from causing harm to both their own species and the wesen community in general. This group was founded because the more eldery Heldhund decided to both take responsibility for the actions of their headstrong young and prevent an incident ending with the wesen council taking action. A histoical example of the the Schelm Heldhund and Friedenstruppen butting heads is members of both groups appearing during the Civil War, The American Revolution and the German Revolution. Although these two groups have grown smaller and less common, the Friedenstruppen and Schelm Heldhund can still be found in certain parts of the world as they now remain vigil, waiting to take action for what ever reason it is they have appeared.

      In their woged state they have short black fur covering their faces which take on a canine appearence that includes both an elongated canine muzzle, long pointed canine ears and sharp teeth capable of tearing flesh. The imprint of the hair however fades but this seems to only happen in males as the females retain their hairprint. Their hands and feet become covered in fur and have sharp claws which they along with their teeth use to fight. Like most Wesen they can localize their Woge to their eyes which glow a vibrant orange-yellow.

      An excerpt from the Grimm diaries details that unlike most Wesen, the Heldhund seem to consider the Grimms allies instead of enemies or a threat as multiple times a Heldhund has provided it's assitance with to Grimm. The reason behind this is that the Heldhund's that chose to ally themselves with a Grimm have said that they believed that the Grimms were almost like them, they too had their fair share of bad apples", a reference to the Endezeichen Grimm.

      Another excerpt details how one Grimm during the post World War 2 era in 1958 encountered a Heldhund who was trying to save the Dobberman Pinscher dog breed, the Grimm feeling sympathetic towards its cause and hopes of saving the dog breed  decided to help this Heldhund who later revealed his name to be Werner Jung.

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    • -Dreamwalker

      Frosch-Königswürde (Ger. Frog-Royalty)

      A rare, frog-like wesen. They can jump very high and can stay underwater for long periods of time (basically they have these and every other attribute of the frog). Their behavior micis a frog's to a point. Some Frosch-Königswürde suffer from a condition where, once in their lifetime, they become permenentaly trapped in a visable woge. The only way to revese this entrapment is to get an incredibly large ammount of endorphins in their system, usually caused by "true love's kiss". Unfortunately, these wesen are very picky and will usually only consider falling in love with a royal. These wesen gave rise to the story of the frog prince/princess. Most royals actualy have Frosch-Königswürde ancestry.

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    • Wasser-Arbre (pronunciation: VAH-sehr AHR-breh; German. wasser "water" + French. arbre "tree")

      Human plant-like Wesen that when woges, its skin turns pale green, its eyes turn leaf green, its hair turns leaved-creeper-like and grows a little pile of leaves in each back of the hand. When they woge, they become faster and more agile than normal humans.

      As a deffense mechanism, the Wasser-Arbre can shoot high-pressure water streams from their hands, which their can cut even steel. Due this, the Wasser-Arbre have to drink six times more water than normal humans. 

      Ichtekki Peyotl (pronunciation: Ish-TEH-kee Peh-YOO-thul; Nahuatl. ichtekki "thief" + peyotl "peyote")

      Human cactus-like Wesen, originating in Mexico, that when woges its skin turns green, it lose all its hair and its nose and lips, its eyes turn yellow and their arms become plump, short fingered and covered with thorns, which can be used as blunt weapons.

      Beside their spiked club-like arms, the Ichtekki Peyotl can use the "Peyote Istaktli" (Ees-TAHK-tuhl-ee; Nahuatl. ikstatli "poison") to control their victims minds and control them, put them in a sort of hipnotic trance.

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    • Schattenlied (Shadow Song)= A wesen species that inspired the story of the Phantom of the Opera. When woged they gain silvery skin covered in blisters an boil like growths, yellow cat like eyes and claw like nails. Despite their appearance they are renowned for their musical talents.

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    • -Dreamwalker

      Unbeständigesicht (Ger. Unstable Face)

      A cuttlefish-like wesen with shapeshifting abilities and good acting skills, of which there are only a few left in the world. Upon woge, they gain a head that resembles a large cuttlefish, lose all of their hair, and all of their skin becomes like that of a cuttlefish. They have the ability to change the color, texture, and pattern of their skin at will, but the usefulness of this attribute as camouflage is nullified by the fact that they wear clothes. They can also rapidly change the color and pattern of their skin very quickly causing a strobe effect that hypnotizes most people and causes others to have seisures. They are very cunning, patient, and have eidetic memories. They are known as plotters and schemers, often having very high goals. In order to reach these goals, they will impersonate one, or several people at once. They do this using a special ability. The Unbeständigesicht will stalk a target for a large period of time, gathering intel on their personality, schedual, and physique. At the end of this period they will be able to perform an extra woge that makes them look exactly like the target, and will proced to kill them and take their place (this is where the legend of the doppleganger stems from).

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    • Anyone here know how to submit our wesen ideas to the creators of the show?

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    • Hey guys. I have an idea for a sea-lion like wesen, but I don't know what to call it. Maybe something like Schnelleschwimmer or Wasserlöwe.

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    • Since fan-made Grimm Diary entries have become the realm of Prof. Draco, I have decided to start posting "Wesen scenarios", situations that a Grimm was not around to see; sounds weird, but you'll understand soon. I will use a vast array of my own Wesen from both the Invent a Wesen blog era and the current Create a Wesen forum era. I may also use other fan-made Wesen ideas from bothe eras, if that is okay with everyone. Enjoy!

                             Wesen Scenario #1: Detroit Games

      In a barely man-sized cage in an underground corridor beneath a dark and shady corner of Detroit, Michigan, sat Brian Randall. Brian was a Sagefisch, a sawshark-like Wesen, and three months prior, he had been chased and captured by a group of Lowen and thrust into the underground fighting ring of the Lowen Games. Brian was a generally kind fellow, a Wieder Sagefisch who reformed his ways after he brutally injured his wife during an outburst of aggression. He fought against the Lowen for some time, but began to succumb to his fate after they gave him hope of release if he won enough battles. His "owner" did not treat him poorly either, in fact, Brian was a prized fighter that had gained admiration after his first few fights; defeating three Blutbaden, a Schakal, and a Skalenzahne without receiving more than a shallow, yet bloody, gash.

      Now, he sat, anticipating what he was told would be his most difficult battle yet. His "owner" was already in the battle arena, watching the current round. The current round was the "prey" round, where some of the more powerful warriors, usually individuals who drafted themselves in, were given weak Wesen, such as Mauzhertz or Eisbibers, to brutally slaughter to prepare for the real battle. Brian heard a tall, heavily latched door at the end of the dank corridor scrape open, and he heard the roar of the brutal crowd behind the heavy barrier. In the cage next to him, the captured Hollentier that had been sleeping for the past hour did not even stir. A tall and muscular Lowen opened Brian's cage and held his wrists behind his back, leading him to the arena. The room was still dark, but positively bright compared to the corridor and positively deafening from the cheering crowd composed of the utmost scum of the Wesen community. Brian was pushed agressively into the cage and his opponent also stepped in, the announcer said something over the microphone, but Brian could not hear it over the crowd. Some Lowen Games have their opponents use weapons like flails or swords and allow them to protect themselves with shields, this was not that kind of Games. These Games only allow the competing Wesen to use their special abilities, which is why Brian was chosen.

      His opponent did not move toward him, but woged. His body grew larger, more muscular, and much more grey. Thick webbing was visible on his hands, but the most change occurred in his face. A pair of fleshy mandibles appeared on either side of his mouth as his head flattened slightly and the sides of his face "winged out". A long, thin "tail" sprouted from the back of his head and extended to his lower back. Brian knew that thin "tail" was tipped with a painful barb, because his opponent was a Teufelsrochen, a manta ray-like Wesen. In response to this, Brian also transformed into his true Sagefisch form. His skin became a lighter grey than his opponent and his head also "winged-out", but less severely. The front of his head became a flattened snout about a foot in length. This snout was fringed with sharpened and serrated teeth, evolved for slicing meat and bone. This fight would be quite interesting.

      The Teufelsrochen made the first move, of course, and ran at Brian, grabbing and throwing him against the wall of the cage with surprising strength, that was their primary offense tactic, blunt and traumatic force. Brian was much stronger and more resilient than a human, so the impact did not affect him too badly. Brian got to his feet and aimed a powerful punch with a new-found fury. He hit the Teufelsrochen in the face and made him stumble slightly, but Brian knew his opponent was much stronger than him. The ray-man knocked Brian down again and he lost his woge. While he was down, his opponent struck him in the shoulder with his head-tail barb. The barb was poisonous, but the poison was far from being able to kill a human, let alone a Sagefisch, like that of a Stachelrochen (stingray-like Wesen). However, the barb was excruciatingy painful and Brian immediately woged again and lashed out with his serrated snout. He severed the Teufelsrochen's head-tail and was then splattered with blood as he began to hack away at his opponent's face, fueled by pain and primal instinct. The Teufelsrochen staggered back and the crowd cheered even louder as he cried out in agony. Brian lept forward and used his snout to totally sever his opponent's head. Brian soon after passed out, blinded by pain, as the Teufelsrochen reverted back to its human form in the throes of death.


      So there you have it, my first "Wesen Scenario". I hope to have another coming soon and they will cover various topics as well as some other Lowen Games stories. I hope that not many of them will be too long.

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    • Yes, I like this. But I still feel they should be in their owntopics. I'm going to put mine in one soon.

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    • Ok, here's what I'm thinking:
      Wasswerlöwe (water lion). These sea-lion like wesen are naturally social and funny. Upon woge, the gain fur ranging from gray to black, but are usually dark brown. They are sexually dimorphic, as the females are more often than not smaller and sleeker than the males.They also have fangs, claws, webbed hands and feet, and whiskers, with a more elongated snout and bigger nose. They are also very good swimmers, capable of staying underwater for upto 15 minutes and swimming at speeds of 15-20 mph.
      Wasserlöwe are stronger than most wesen, and may be as strong as grimms, but usually don't tangle with them unless necessary. They usually don't like to fight, and are often seen out with friends or at parties, but if necessary, they are capable of killing their unfortunate victims with one swift blow. Don't get on their bad sides, as they don't forget things and will "settle the score" if the feel wronged. Always have a Wasserlöwe at your back, they are extremely loyal and will protect anyone that they love with their own life, which is why they are often in law enforcement or military, but the like to keep close to the water. They often fall for the opposite gender easily, and often have a lot of exes.
      What do you think?

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    • -Dreamwalker

      Okay, so I have readevry post on this thread, but apparently there were others on Prof. Draco's blog. For those of us who did not have the honnor of reading about those wesen, I politely ask that anyone who remembers them post's them on this thread.

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    • Prof. Draco wrote:
      Yes, I like this. But I still feel they should be in their owntopics. I'm going to put mine in one soon.


      -Dreamwalker

      Please make sure to post the links to those threads so that we can keep reading your entries.

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    • I'm also working on a torrent duck like wesen. Still in process but almost done :)

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    • IIf it's alright with you, Dreamwalker, I might make the Feemadchen boy a regular character, though I may start calling him a Sidhe for simplicitys sake.

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    • 21st Century Grimm is up. Not in chronological order, will add more as I get the inspiration.

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    • 75.141.243.26 wrote:
      -Dreamwalker

      Okay, so I have readevry post on this thread, but apparently there were others on Prof. Draco's blog. For those of us who did not have the honnor of reading about those wesen, I politely ask that anyone who remembers them post's them on this thread.

      I could do this as I have all of them recorded, but I don't have the names of the users who posted them, so I don't know if it would be okay.

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    • Prof. Draco wrote:
      Yes, I like this. But I still feel they should be in their owntopics. I'm going to put mine in one soon.

      I think I will put my Wesen Scenarios on another thread, good idea!

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    • Prof. Draco wrote:
      IIf it's alright with you, Dreamwalker, I might make the Feemadchen boy a regular character, though I may start calling him a Sidhe for simplicitys sake.


      -Dreamwalker

      Fine by me, you might even have him as a very distant relative of the Grimm because of their genetic abilities.

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    • -Dreamwalker

      Schön-Flügel (Ger.  Beutiful-Wing)

      A catterpillar/butterfly-like wesen that will show different atributes throughout the four phases of their life:

      1) Egg. Schön-Flügel will always have home births because they are born still in an egg and will hatch out of the egg within a few minutes of being born.

      2) Catterpillar. Durring their pre-puberty childhood, the Schön-Flügel will woge into a catterpillar like wesen with small mandibles, large black eyes, and bristle-like hair. In their human form they are rather stocky Durring this phase they will crave vegetables and will be immune to most types of toxins.

      3) Pupa. While they are going through puberty, the Schön-Flügel will be unable to perform a woge under any circumsatnces. They will have no particular cravings and will sleep for large ammounts of their time.

      4) Butterfly. Post-puberty Schön-Flügel are know for being atractive, athletic, energetic, and sporty. They are also considered "social butterflies" In their woged form, they gain a proboscus, antennae, large black eyes, and large, colorful butterfly wings. They crave sugar and sweet things although eating them has no negative effects on their bodies. They have short lifespans and will often die before they show signs of ageing.

      Attributes that Schön-Flügel will have in all of their states are that they taste terible to other wesen and they have some ancestral memories, which are passed down by an unknown method.

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    • I just checked again and everything came out fine. And SheldonCooperwannabe, feel free to use any of the wesen that I come up with in your wesen scenarios. Keep up the good work, hope to see more of them -almosttherealnickburkhardt

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    • -Dreamwalker

      What almosttherealnickburkhardt said.

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    • 68.81.214.38 wrote:
      I just checked again and everything came out fine. And SheldonCooperwannabe, feel free to use any of the wesen that I come up with in your wesen scenarios. Keep up the good work, hope to see more of them

      -almosttherealnickburkhardt

      I say same, SheldonCooperwannabe, you can use any of the wesen i posted past and future, and that reminds me, i have a new wesen

      Baku (pronunciation: BAH-koo; In Japanese Baku "a dream-eater crytid")

      Tapir-like Wesen that when woges become more bulky, its skin turn black, loses all its hair (in the case of the males), its ears become tapir-like, and its nose and upper lip become a tapir-like trunk.

      The Baku are noble and gentle Wesen that likes to care about others, mainly using his ability to "devour" the negative dream waves, basically eating the nightmares of others, allowing them to reassure people around them.

      SheldonCopperWannabe, if you want can read my other post to see if any of my wesen catch your attention

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    • New wesen is finally here!


      Bergwasser Ente
      

      These torrent duck like wesen are extremely loyal to their mate, and often breed with their own kind. Upon woge, bergwasser ente gain golden-brown eyes, webbed hands and feet, claws, a bill, and a paralyzing spike on their wrists, which they use in fights. The paralytic is very mild, causing only numbness and limited mobility where they strike. They also gain a strong feathery tail and feathers on their face, head, neck, part of their arms, and torso. They are sexually dimorphic, as the males gain a white base with three black stripes, two over their eyes and one down the center of their head, and females gain an all grey head and neck with an orange stomach. They are the natural enemies of cracher-mortel, jinnamuru xunte, and luisant pêcheur, but will only kill them if necessary. They are monogamous and often do elaborate things to attract a mate. Naturally cautious, they will hide almost fully submerged in water or hide in dense crowds if they feel threatened. Their legs, arms and tail are very powerful, and they are recorded as being almost, if not just as strong, as Grimms. Their powerful, but also agile build makes them exceptional fighters, but they tend to avoid conflict when possible.

                Sheldoncooperwannabe what do you think?
      
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    • SheldonCooperWannabe wrote:

      Prof. Draco wrote:
      Yes, I like this. But I still feel they should be in their owntopics. I'm going to put mine in one soon.

      I think I will put my Wesen Scenarios on another thread, good idea!

      No! At least tell us which thread then, but I'd prefer if you didn't.

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    • The ones called "21st Century Grimm" and"Wesen Scenarios" 

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    • AlmosttherealNickBurhardt wrote:
      New wesen is finally here!
      Bergwasser Ente
      

      These torrent duck like wesen are extremely loyal to their mate, and often breed with their own kind. Upon woge, bergwasser ente gain golden-brown eyes, webbed hands and feet, claws, a bill, and a paralyzing spike on their wrists, which they use in fights. The paralytic is very mild, causing only numbness and limited mobility where they strike. They also gain a strong feathery tail and feathers on their face, head, neck, part of their arms, and torso. They are sexually dimorphic, as the males gain a white base with three black stripes, two over their eyes and one down the center of their head, and females gain an all grey head and neck with an orange stomach. They are the natural enemies of cracher-mortel, jinnamuru xunte, and luisant pêcheur, but will only kill them if necessary. They are monogamous and often do elaborate things to attract a mate. Naturally cautious, they will hide almost fully submerged in water or hide in dense crowds if they feel threatened. Their legs, arms and tail are very powerful, and they are recorded as being almost, if not just as strong, as Grimms. Their powerful, but also agile build makes them exceptional fighters, but they tend to avoid conflict when possible.

                Sheldoncooperwannabe what do you think?
      

      I like it a lot! I love it when fans create Wesen based on specific species. Although, I am curious about how this Wesen is the enemy of such dangerously unique species as a Cracher Mortel or Jinnamuru Xunte.

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    • SheldonCooperWannabe wrote:

      I like it a lot! I love it when fans create Wesen based on specific species. Although, I am curious about how this Wesen is the enemy of such dangerously unique species as a Cracher Mortel or Jinnamuru Xunte.

      Personally I think all animal basedwesen are based on individual species. It first occured tome when I noticed the Drang-Tzorn wasn't very...badger-y.Badgers I know are cute little balc and white things that the british leave bread and such out for at night. But then I realised, they're not meant to be European badgers, they're Honey Badgers.

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    • Prof. Draco wrote: The ones called "21st Century Grimm" and"Wesen Scenarios" 

      Oh, thank you!

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    • SheldonCooperWannabe wrote:

      AlmosttherealNickBurhardt wrote:
      New wesen is finally here!
      Bergwasser Ente
      

      These torrent duck like wesen are extremely loyal to their mate, and often breed with their own kind. Upon woge, bergwasser ente gain golden-brown eyes, webbed hands and feet, claws, a bill, and a paralyzing spike on their wrists, which they use in fights. The paralytic is very mild, causing only numbness and limited mobility where they strike. They also gain a strong feathery tail and feathers on their face, head, neck, part of their arms, and torso. They are sexually dimorphic, as the males gain a white base with three black stripes, two over their eyes and one down the center of their head, and females gain an all grey head and neck with an orange stomach. They are the natural enemies of cracher-mortel, jinnamuru xunte, and luisant pêcheur, but will only kill them if necessary. They are monogamous and often do elaborate things to attract a mate. Naturally cautious, they will hide almost fully submerged in water or hide in dense crowds if they feel threatened. Their legs, arms and tail are very powerful, and they are recorded as being almost, if not just as strong, as Grimms. Their powerful, but also agile build makes them exceptional fighters, but they tend to avoid conflict when possible.

                Sheldoncooperwannabe what do you think?
      

      I like it a lot! I love it when fans create Wesen based on specific species. Although, I am curious about how this Wesen is the enemy of such dangerously unique species as a Cracher Mortel or Jinnamuru Xunte.

      Well, my logic was that ducks are birds, and this species eat fly larvae and also fish (I think). They might have an immunity to both the Jinnamuru Xunte and Cracher Mortel's spit, like an invisible eyelid or something, I'm not sure yet. As for the luisant-pêcheur, I don't think that anything needs to be said about how that works.

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    • A new Wesen

      Papalotl (pron: pah-pah-LOH-thul; Nahuatl papalotl "butterfly")

      Monarch butterfly-like Wesen that is a close relative from the Schön-Flügel and, like their "cousins", pass through four phases over their lives, but with important differences that identified each type:

      1) Egg. Papalotl will always have home births because they are born still in an egg and will hatch out of the egg within a few minutes of being born.

      2) Catterpillar. In this phase presents the first difference, since durring their pre-puberty childhood, the Papalotl will woge into a catterpillar-like wesen with small mandibles, large black eyes, bristle-like hair and its skin from cheeks to neck turns black, white and yellow-striped. In their human form they could have any appareance, being more easy to distinguish from Schön-Flügel children. While, like normal children, the Papalotl child will still consuming meat and other meals, durring this phase they will have prefference for vegetables, and will be immune to most types of toxins.

      3) Pupa. While they are going through puberty, the Papalotl will be unable to perform a woge under any circumsatnces. They will have no particular cravings and will sleep for large ammounts of their time.

      4) Butterfly. Post-puberty and final phase, in which presents the main differences between Papalotl and Schön-Flügel, starting by the fact that the Papalotl are not always attractive people. In their woged form, they gain a proboscus, antennae, large black eyes, long and jagged nails and, in place the colorful butterfly wings, they presents a multicolored scheme that extends from the upper back to his forearms. Alike the Schön-Flügle, they have long lifespans and have the same lifespans than normal humans. Like the Schön-Flügle, the carve sugar and sweet thing, but they also eat other meals.

      The main difference between Papalotl and Schön-Flügel is the first deffense mechanism. Mainly is the "Papalotl Mikistli" (Mee-kees-tuh-lee; Nahuatl. mikistli "death") a powerful toxin that relase scraping the skin that presents their multicolored scheme, and its a sort of mixture of cyanide amatoxin and ricin, to which they are immune. They also have thin bones, which allows them to perform acrobatic feats.

      Again, i hope that Dreamwalker don't mind that i used a wesen of him/her creation as a relative of one of mine

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    • -Dreamwalker

      I do not mind people using my wesen as long as they do not make drastic changes to the origional idea. And just to clear up any confusion, I am a guy.

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    • Balam92 wrote:
      A new Wesen

      Papalotl (pron: pah-pah-LOH-thul; Nahuatl papalotl "butterfly")

      Monarch butterfly-like Wesen that is a close relative from the Schön-Flügel and, like their "cousins", pass through four phases over their lives, but with important differences that identified each type:

      1) Egg. Papalotl will always have home births because they are born still in an egg and will hatch out of the egg within a few minutes of being born.

      2) Catterpillar. In this phase presents the first difference, since durring their pre-puberty childhood, the Papalotl will woge into a catterpillar-like wesen with small mandibles, large black eyes, bristle-like hair and its skin from cheeks to neck turns black, white and yellow-striped. In their human form they could have any appareance, being more easy to distinguish from Schön-Flügel children. While, like normal children, the Papalotl child will still consuming meat and other meals, durring this phase they will have prefference for vegetables, and will be immune to most types of toxins.

      3) Pupa. While they are going through puberty, the Papalotl will be unable to perform a woge under any circumsatnces. They will have no particular cravings and will sleep for large ammounts of their time.

      4) Butterfly. Post-puberty and final phase, in which presents the main differences between Papalotl and Schön-Flügel, starting by the fact that the Papalotl are not always attractive people. In their woged form, they gain a proboscus, antennae, large black eyes, long and jagged nails and, in place the colorful butterfly wings, they presents a multicolored scheme that extends from the upper back to his forearms. Alike the Schön-Flügle, they have long lifespans and have the same lifespans than normal humans. Like the Schön-Flügle, the carve sugar and sweet thing, but they also eat other meals.

      The main difference between Papalotl and Schön-Flügel is the first deffense mechanism. Mainly is the "Papalotl Mikistli" (Mee-kees-tuh-lee; Nahuatl. mikistli "death") a powerful toxin that relase scraping the skin that presents their multicolored scheme, and its a sort of mixture of cyanide amatoxin and ricin, to which they are immune. They also have thin bones, which allows them to perform acrobatic feats.

      Again, i hope that Dreamwalker don't mind that i used a wesen of him/her creation as a relative of one of mine

      I sense an entry here.

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    • Prof. Draco wrote:
      Balam92 wrote:
      A new Wesen

      Papalotl (pron: pah-pah-LOH-thul; Nahuatl papalotl "butterfly")

      Monarch butterfly-like Wesen that is a close relative from the Schön-Flügel and, like their "cousins", pass through four phases over their lives, but with important differences that identified each type:

      1) Egg. Papalotl will always have home births because they are born still in an egg and will hatch out of the egg within a few minutes of being born.

      2) Catterpillar. In this phase presents the first difference, since durring their pre-puberty childhood, the Papalotl will woge into a catterpillar-like wesen with small mandibles, large black eyes, bristle-like hair and its skin from cheeks to neck turns black, white and yellow-striped. In their human form they could have any appareance, being more easy to distinguish from Schön-Flügel children. While, like normal children, the Papalotl child will still consuming meat and other meals, durring this phase they will have prefference for vegetables, and will be immune to most types of toxins.

      3) Pupa. While they are going through puberty, the Papalotl will be unable to perform a woge under any circumsatnces. They will have no particular cravings and will sleep for large ammounts of their time.

      4) Butterfly. Post-puberty and final phase, in which presents the main differences between Papalotl and Schön-Flügel, starting by the fact that the Papalotl are not always attractive people. In their woged form, they gain a proboscus, antennae, large black eyes, long and jagged nails and, in place the colorful butterfly wings, they presents a multicolored scheme that extends from the upper back to his forearms. Alike the Schön-Flügle, they have long lifespans and have the same lifespans than normal humans. Like the Schön-Flügle, the carve sugar and sweet thing, but they also eat other meals.

      The main difference between Papalotl and Schön-Flügel is the first deffense mechanism. Mainly is the "Papalotl Mikistli" (Mee-kees-tuh-lee; Nahuatl. mikistli "death") a powerful toxin that relase scraping the skin that presents their multicolored scheme, and its a sort of mixture of cyanide amatoxin and ricin, to which they are immune. They also have thin bones, which allows them to perform acrobatic feats.

      Again, i hope that Dreamwalker don't mind that i used a wesen of him/her creation as a relative of one of mine

      I sense an entry here.

      i really like to hear that

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    • New Zealand gets massive swarms of Monarchs around summer, so it can fit. I think I'mgoingto give the Feemadchen an extra ability, one that's quite useful.

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    • -Dreamwalker

      Mind running it by me first?

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    • Well traditionally the 'fair folk' live in a world normally hidden to humans. While this fits the Grimm canon, what if they were one of the few wesen species who could always see wesen in thier woged form. Like being a faierie allows them to always be able to see the 'hidden truth'. And then there's a way to temporarily grant this power to others, like faieries are said to be able to do.

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    • -Dreamwalker

      Hmm... I think that it could work that they can sense if someone is a wesen, but probably not that they can lend this ability to other people.

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    • I'veseen somewhere before that if a fairy spits in your eye or you eat some food offeredby them, they giveyou the Sight for a short time.It was just a thoughtI had to make it more unique. Plus it would have been amusing to have a Grimm asking if someone was a wesen for a change.

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    • -Dreamwalker

      This was the reason I imagined Sam as having Grimm blood.

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    • Prof. Draco wrote:
      New Zealand gets massive swarms of Monarchs around summer, so it can fit. I think I'mgoingto give the Feemadchen an extra ability, one that's quite useful.

      also is mexico in winter

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    • 75.141.243.26 wrote:
      -Dreamwalker

      This was the reason I imagined Sam as having Grimm blood.

      Maybe the Feemadchen needs some Grimm blood to activate the gene,making all Feemadchen part-grimm to some degree and explaining the ability to see wesen regardless of woge as exclusive to their species?

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    • 68.81.214.38 wrote: I just checked again and everything came out fine. And SheldonCooperwannabe, feel free to use any of the wesen that I come up with in your wesen scenarios. Keep up the good work, hope to see more of them -almosttherealnickburkhardt

      I mean this to prof. Draco as well, and anyone who wants to do anything with them.All I ask for is full credit on the wesen idea (if mine is used).

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    • AlmosttherealNickBurhardt wrote:

      68.81.214.38 wrote: I just checked again and everything came out fine. And SheldonCooperwannabe, feel free to use any of the wesen that I come up with in your wesen scenarios. Keep up the good work, hope to see more of them -almosttherealnickburkhardt

      I mean this to prof. Draco as well, and anyone who wants to do anything with them.All I ask for is full credit on the wesen idea (if mine is used).

      i said the same about mine

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    • Barn Owl Wesen (Scheuneeule)

      Alligator Snapping Turtle Wesen (Schappenschildkrote)

      Chinese Giant Salamander Wesen (Chinesischriese)

      Sperm Whale Wesen (Spermawal)

      Red Fox Wesen (Rotfuchs)

      African Wild Ass Wesen (Afrikanerarsch)

      Pygmy Three-Toed Sloth Wesen (Pygmaedrei)

      Iberian Lynx Wesen (Ibererluchs)

      Giant Freshwater Crayfish Wesen (Rieseflusskrebs)

      African Wild Dog Wesen (Afrikanerhund)

      Bottlenose Dolphin Wesen (Tummlerdelphin)

      Barbary Falcon Wesen (Berbereifalke)

      House Spider Wesen (Hausspinne)

      Royal Penguin Wesen (Koniglichpinguin)

      Asian Elephant Wesen (Asiatischelefant)

      Aye-Aye Wesen (Jaja)

      Basking Shark Wesen (Aalenhai)

      Green Turtle Wesen (Grunschildkrote)

      Brown Bear Wesen (Brauntragen)

      Grass Snake Wesen (Grasschlange)

      African Elephant Wesen (Afrikanerelefant)

      Emperor Penguin Wesen (Kaiserpinguin)

      Humpback Whale Wesen (Buckelwal)

      Coconut Crab Wesen (Kokosnusskrabbe)

      Blue Whale Wesen (Blauwal)

      Black Rhinoceros Wesen (Schwarznashorn)


      Please feel free to add details about each wesen, but don't change the names, thank you.

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    • Riesegurteltier = Giant Armadillo wesen

      Braunhyane = Brown Hyena wesen

      Schwarztritt = Black-Footed Ferret wesen

      Schwarzfliegend = Black Flying Fox wesen

      Gemeinsamvampir = Common Vampire Bat wesen

      Angelnkatze = Fishing Cat wesen

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