A creature derived from the wolf. They are savage and vicious, conduct wild hunting rituals, and operate either alone or in packs. They share a strong family bond with family members, mates, and their packmates. Like many creatures, they possess superhuman strength, speed, and endurance, and are capable of running vast distances without sign of fatigue.
A creature of "dragon-like" lineage. They are able to release their body fat in the form of a fine spray and then ignite it using an organ that generates a small electrical spark, making them appear to be fire-breathers. They like collecting copper and lightning rods, presumably to prevent random electric charges from setting off their lipid spray. They have a strong sense of tradition and typically lurk in caves and other underground structures. When dying, a daemonfeuer seeks to go out fighting rather than suffer an ignominious death.
A creature derived from any of a variety of spider genus. Their natures tend to reflect the particular type of spider they are based upon. The most infamous are the rare black widow spinnetods, which are forced to regularly kill victims or age at an accelerated rate. Some varieties, including the black widow, pump digestive fluids into their victim's mouths and then suck out their organs.
This term (pronounced "vessen") refers to "domestic" creatures that have chosen to live among humanity and pose as humans, covering up their supernatural natures. Any creature can be a wesen, even blutbads, but some are inherently too savage to pass. Some creatures seem civilized and could be mistaken for wesen, but use their family as a cover to mask their murderous nature. The spinnetod in "Tarantella" is one such example.