- Also found in: Medical, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia, Hutchinson, 0.01 sec. ly·can· thrope (l k n-thr p , l -k n -).
- Lycanthropy: a review
- Keywords: delusion; psychosis; lycanthropy; schizophrenia.
- Neurological Signs: Lycanthropy
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- Lycanthropy as Metaphor
- Lycanthropy as Metaphor. Werewolves have always been my favorite mythological creature. To me, they're not about rage or hunger, they're about freedom.
- Ti West Planning A Werewolf Film, Still Looking For Funding For 'The Side Effects'
- While “The Side Effects” would certainly be a welcome break from the norm for West—borne out of a difficult battle he had with an insurance company—we can't help but wonder what sort of scares he'd provide if he dove into lycanthropy.
- Shakira Achieves The Imposssible, Makes Golf Sexy
- “I love golf,” the lycanthropy-loving singer is quoted as saying. “I'm really bad at sports, believe it or not. If you threw a ball at me, you would probably break my face because I have no reflexes whatsoever.
- TV Review: TEEN WOLF – Season 1 finale – “Code Breaker”
- There's some murkiness as how to stop Scott's lycanthropy and the werewolf on werewolf fight scenes are still a little splotchy at times, but none of this detracts from the show's wildly satisfying charms.
- Lair of the Beasts: The Werewolf Book
- And Brad, detailing some of the strangest and most savage cases of real-life lycanthropy on-record, successfully demonstrates that Tinsel-Town has nothing on the real world!
- Dungeons & Dragons: Neverwinter Campaign Setting Character Themes
- Of note however is that a) you cannot spread lycanthropy, nor do you get the invulnerability to silver, but I'm sure a lot of games with make house rules on these aspects. Same with how much control you have over your lycanthropy.
- Lycanthropy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Lycanthropy is the study of the professed ability or power of a human being to undergo transformation into a werewolf, or to gain wolf-like characteristics.
- Clinical lycanthropy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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- A scholarly analysis of the werewolf as a symbol in myth and fiction.
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