Meta: Meta comes from the Greek prefix and preposition meta, which means “after” or “beyond.” When combined with words in English, meta- often signifies “change” or “alteration” as in the words metamorphic or metabolic, pertaining or occupying two positions.

 

morphosis [ môr-fō ′ sĭs ] n. pl. mor•pho•ses (-sēz) The manner in which an organism or any of its parts changes form or undergoes development.

 

Wholvien: [wulv-een]n. The evolved phonetic is believed to come from Vrika in Sanskrit to tear, and Manu-“man,” which when combined signifies the ‘tearer of men,’ to cut asunder.

 

Metamorphosi: The Revelations of the Wholvien.

They seek our dominion. Hoary and howling ancient things lurk and lope, the darkly damned devouring flesh. They emerge from deathly intersections, from places where nameless monsters scurry with great industry and hunger.
For if a werewolf is a flame… A Wholvien is an inferno!

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