Werefoxes were unique among lycanthropes as their curse affected the victim's personality in their normal and transformed states and they did not need to transform with the phases of the moon. Their curse could also only affect females. Their normal form would slowly taken on more elven traits over time. Finally, their curse left them barren. Because of this, all infected werefoxes ultimately became true werefoxes and, as a general rule, the werefox would adopt or kidnap a child to infect with lycanthropy to raise in their image.
Often dwelling in secluded woodlands, werefoxes were rarely seen in numbers as they preferred to act alone. Their only purpose was pampering themselves and making sure they had an heiress to raise.
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