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- n. Plural form of therianthrope.
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United by a common foe, the magic-siders agreed that humanity and the supernatural needed to be segregated and that for the supernatural to endure, limits needed to be put in place on all sorts of things: vampire population growth, hunting practices of the therianthropes . . .
He understands she distrusts anyone ever since she was snatched as a child from her tribe of therianthropes who believe they are beasts in human flesh and changed by those who abused her.
Furries, otherkin, and therianthropes aren’t really new — the last two, if anything, seem to be less common these days than the late 90s, when a number of decent-sized meetings were going on.
The Bureau does employ a few therianthropes, you know. "