In " To Protect and Serve Man ", he discovers that the obsession Sean has been fighting against is for Juliette, which puts him in a very difficult and awkward situation. He and Rosalee help Juliette and Captain Renard to break the bond between them. Monroe and Rosalee get married in " Blond Ambition ". In season 4, an old medieval wesen group, whose goal is to keep wesen pure no hybridization or inter-wesen marriages , capture Monroe and attempt to kill him for his "crimes".
He is later freed with the help of Nick and Rosalee, among others. In season 5, Monroe is drawn into the war between Hadrian's wall and Black Claw. He is concerned for Rosalee when her ex-boyfriend, Tony, begins reaching out to her. The battle becomes personal for him when his uncle, who had recently acquired a large number of grimm books for Nick, is murdered by Black Claw. Upon learning the location of the Templar's treasure, Monroe and Nick travel to Germany to find it, but Monroe is bitten and his wound becomes infected by the time they get back.
The treasure is a piece of wood that somehow heals Monroe's wound. In the last two episodes of season 5, Monroe comes face-to-face with Tony when it is discovered that Tony is a member of Black Claw. Upon escaping Black Claws clutches, Rosalee reveals she is pregnant with his child, which delights him.
His last name has not been stated so far. In a phone call, his parents called him Monroe, seeming to indicate that it is his first name. However, the season 1 boxset features stated Monroe's name as 'Eddie Monroe', though actor Silas Weir Mitchell has since dismissed this as Monroe's full name.
Sean Renard played by Sasha Roiz is a politically-adept police captain who is Nick's superior officer. Unknown to Nick during the first season, Renard is a human—creature hybrid with magical abilities called a Zauberbiest the male form of Hexenbiest. In episode 12 , he is addressed as Your Highness, implying that he belongs to royalty in the creature community, and he is later revealed to be a prince connected to royal blood. He references my canton , which implies that he has a leadership role.
This is emphasised when he appears to protect wesen engaging in illicit acts. In " The Kiss ", he consumed a potion to make him pure of heart so that he could wake Juliette, wanting to keep her active so that he could ensure Nick's continued presence in his city. In " The Other Side ", his brother, Eric, mentioned to Adalind that Sean's mother was a Hexenbiest and that he only had royal blood on one side of his family — this is one reason why Catherine Schade referred to him as a bastard.
As a result of his illegitimate status, he and his mother were forced to flee from Europe. He now considers himself independent of the royal families and is a known ally of the resistance against them. He developed an attraction to Juliette due to his role in awakening her from the coma, but attempts to resist it.
He, Nick and Juliette all drink a potion mixed by Rosalee that breaks the compulsion. Since the revelation of his heritage, Sean has been more open with Nick about grimm-related cases. He admits that he is distant from his family and prefers for Nick over them. He is the father of Adalind's daughter Diana, who has unique powers.
During season 4, he experiences moments of unexplained bleeding after his mother saves his life using an ancient spell. It is revealed at the conclusion of the season that the bleeding is a result of him being "possessed" by the spirit of Jack the Ripper — who was a killer of wesen in life — until the rest of the team are able to "exorcise" Jack from his body. In season 5, he is subtly manipulated by the pro-wesen group, Black Claw, to take on the role of running for mayor, eventually coming to favour their campaign for power.
However, after he attempts to get Nick and his allies accused of murder, Nick is able to get Renard to step down as mayor. Nick does this by using a complex spell to turn himself into Renard and publicly abdicate while claiming that the accusations against Nick were part of a sting operation. He tends to do the "grunt work" for them, collecting facts and information. He is often sarcastic and has a dry sense of humor. In " Island of Dreams ", when Adalind gives Hank some Zaubertrank love potion cookies as part of her revenge plot against Nick, Wu eats one.
Since the Zaubertrank was not created for him, it causes adverse effects. Nick advises him to visit the spice shop, but as he arrives he passes out his face breaks out in lesions. Fortunately, Rosalee has seen this effect before and manages to quickly create a potion to cure him. The cure causes Wu to have brief hallucinations of everyone's faces melting, but is ultimately a success. Though cured of the welts and sickness, Wu is left with a lasting effect of the Zaubertrank — he tries to ingest things that were inedible , such as paper clips and coins.
Two episodes later, in " Love Sick " Rosalee creates another potion which clears the last of the Zaubertrank effects. No after effects are shown and he has no memory of what he had been doing. In " Mommy Dearest " he becomes traumatized by a wesen called the Aswang — a creature whose inclusion was inspired by Filipino folklore. As a child, his grandmother told him stories of the Aswang which scared him.
He sees one when trying to protect his childhood friend, Dana, which gives him flashbacks to his grandmother's storytelling. The trauma caused by this incident makes Wu check himself into a psychiatric hospital. Later, Juliette visits him and confides in Wu, sharing the experience of regaining her memories. She tells him she thought she was going crazy and seeing ghosts.
When Wu asks how she got over thinking it was real, she tells him that it didn't matter whether it was real, what mattered was losing her fear of it. This has a big impact on Wu and he later feels well enough to check out of the hospital. However, in " Chupacabra " he is told by Nick that wesen are real, which puts him on edge, and eventually leaves him in a state of shock.
After going to a bar in " Wesenrein " and causing a disturbance, Nick and Hank take him to the trailer, Wu learns that Nick is a grimm. After saving Monroe's life, Wu becomes increasingly fascinated with the wesen world and accurately deduces whenever a case has wesen-like qualities. In season 5, after being scratched by a Lycanthrope a Blutbad with a genetic disease , he has night sweats, joint pains, and strange dreams. This culminates when, in a heightened emotional state, he transforms into a Neanderthal-like version of himself with enhanced strength and wesen-like ferocity.
At first, he blacks out and cannot recall what happened. Upon learning of his condition, Wu demonstrates greater control over his primal form, becoming self-aware and is able to distinguish friend from foe. Rosalee Calvert recurring season 1; regular seasons 2 to 6 , played by Bree Turner is a fox-like creature, called a Fuchsbau , and the sister of Freddie, the proprietor of the herb shop used as a front for the Geier organ trafficking business seen in " Organ Grinder ".
After Freddie's death in " Island of Dreams ", Rosalee comes to Portland to sort out her brother's affairs and decides to stick around. Prior to living in Portland she tried to follow her parents' profession as an apothecary, but in spite of her aptitude for it, did not like the job. She became hooked on a highly addictive wesen-oriented drug street-named 'J' and left Portland to get clean. After deciding to keep her brother's shop running, Rosalee assists Nick and Monroe in their efforts by providing additional information and remedies to supernatural problems.
Rosalee shares a powerful connection with Monroe. In " Quill ", they go on their first date and share their first kiss, after which Rosalee uncharacteristically attempts to seduce Monroe. This seduction attempt turns out to be the manifestation of a common symptom from the wesen virus Rosalee had been exposed to during their date. After being cured, Rosalee and Monroe agree that the attraction between them was real, but decide to take it slow before becoming intimate with each other.
In " The Wild Hunt ", Monroe proposes to her and she accepts, but this is met with frosty reception from his parents who are very traditional about inter-species marriages. Monroe and his parents have since mended their relationship. Rosalee marries Monroe at the end of season 3, but throughout half of season 4, they are stalked and ridiculed by a wesen purity group called Wesenrein. After learning of Juliette's new status as a Hexenbiest, Rosalee tries to reach out to her.
She is unsuccessful, but does not give up trying to save her until Juliette almost killed Monroe. In season 5, she and the group get involved in a war between Hadrian's Wall and Black Claw. During this time, she becomes friends with Adalind after Kelly's birth. Tony, a former boyfriend, starts reaching out to her, and appears in " Into the Schwarzwald ". He asks Rosalee for money and assaults her when she refuses.
When Adalind defends herself and Rosalee from Tony, Rosalee sees that her powers have returned, and encourages her to tell Nick. Upon learning that she did not, Rosalee tells Nick about Adalind's powers returning, but encourages him to let Adalind tell him in her own time. In the season 5 finale, Rosalee reveals to Monroe that she is pregnant with their first child.
In season 6, she and monroe find out she is having triplets. In " Love Sick ", after ingesting Nick's blood, she becomes a completely normal human. Renard tells her that she is no longer useful to him since she is no longer a wesen. Although not a true Hexenbiest anymore, Adalind retains her knowledge and skill with potions and Nick now describes her as a witch. In " Woman in Black ", she gets Juliette scratched by a poisoned or magicked cat. Monroe and Rosalee retrieve the cat, but find that Adalind has vanished. Sometime later, Adalind resurfaces in Vienna to rendezvous with Eric Renard.
She becomes pregnant with the child of Eric or Sean Renard — which one is unspecified — then attempts to bargain with the royal families. She asks her Hexenbiest powers to be given back in return for the child, threatening to terminate the pregnancy if they do not do so. In " Mommy Dearest ", she becomes a Hexenbiest again after giving birth to a daughter whom she names Diana.
Later, after beginning her search for her missing child, she discovers that she is pregnant with Nick's son. She lies to the royals about the child, claiming it is Viktor's, but Prince Kenneth uncovers the truth after informing her that Viktor is sterile.
When he decides to lure Juliette into working for him to find Diana, Adalind tells Nick the truth about his child. Later, her powers are suppressed when she tests a potion meant for Juliette. After complications from giving birth to her son by C-section , she names him "Kelly" after Nick's late mother, who died protecting her daughter Diana. She becomes more compassionate after the birth of her son, even telling Rosalee that she does not want to be a Hexenbiest anymore; she does not want there to be friction between her and Nick that could affect Kelly. While she and Nick are living together to raise Kelly, they let go of past animosities and develop romantic feelings for one another.
In episode , Adalind's Hexenbiest powers return when she defends herself against Rosalee's ex-boyfriend, breaking all of his fingers in the process. She fears that Nick would abandon her if he finds out her powers are back. During this time, she returns to her old job as a lawyer, but she is antagonized by Renard and Black Claw leader Bonaparte, who claim her daughter is with them. Soon, Adalind tells Nick the truth about her powers to and her fears that Renard and Black Claw will use Diana to get to her.
Given a dangerous ultimatum by Diana disguised as Renard, Adalind is forced to leave with Kelly. Despite Renard's attempts to win her back and Bonaparte threatening her, Adalind remains loyal to Nick, refusing to reveal his location to them. When Bonaparte tortures the location out of her, Adalind has Diana send Nick a message about the danger heading his way.
Diana kills Bonaparte in revenge for the torture he put Adalind through. Marie Kessler played by Kate Burton is a grimm who is Nick's aunt. She told Nick that she worked as a librarian , but it is unclear whether this was true or she worked as a grimm full-time. She is injured by a reaper when she comes to visit Nick, although she was already dying of cancer. Despite assassination attempts being thwarted by Nick and Monroe, she eventually dies of her injuries in season 1, episode 2 — with her last words, she reminds Nick to fight "the bad ones".
She leaves Nick her trailer, containing all of her books and tools about the creatures that he would face as a grimm, which he keeps in the middle of a deserted storage lot and consults when necessary. Her first appearance is in the last episode of season 1 episode For 18 years, Nick believed that both of his parents had died in a car crash.
After learning that he was a grimm Nick discovers that his parents had actually been murdered; but in reality, Kelly has been alive the whole time. When Nick reunites with his mother in episode 23 season 2, episode 1 , she tells Nick that his father was killed in the car crash but that the woman with him was mistaken for Kelly by both the authorities and the killer.
Kelly explains to Nick that she had pretended to be dead for 18 years because it was the best way to protect Nick from his father's murderer. Kelly assists Nick with his investigation on the attacks by the "mauvais dentes". Nick takes his mother to Marie's trailer, which Kelly and Marie had bought together after their father became ill. Later, in episode 24 season 2, episode 2 , Kelly talks with Catherine Schade in an attempt to find a cure for Juliette. Catherine tells Kelly that a prince is in Portland, but Kelly accidentally kills Catherine before being able to find out the prince's identity.
At the end of the episode, Nick, thinking that she was going to zakynthos to destroy the "coins of zakynthos", takes Kelly to the train station. After Nick drives away from the station, Kelly is seen stealing a car instead of entering the station. In season 3, she returns to Portland with Adalind and newly-born Diana. She is last seen leaving in a truck with Adalind's baby, in an attempt to keep her safe.
In the season 4 episode "Headache" Nick returns home to find Kelly's severed head in a box as a result of an ambush by the royals. He deduces that Juliette, working for the royals, lured Kelly into a trap so they could take Diana. Kelly never finds out that Adalind is pregnant with her grandson Kelly, who is named after her. Until the finale episode in season 6, where she tells Nick to look after her grandson, and that she likes the name they gave him. Theresa Rubel played by Jacqueline Toboni often known as Trubel pronounced "trouble" , is a vagrant runaway and a grimm, although she has no prior knowledge of what "grimm" means.
She has had to defend herself from wesen who recognize her as a grimm, but when she describes her experiences, she is called mad or lying. As a result, she spends time in several mental institutions. Monroe identifies her as a grimm during their initial and almost deadly encounter. At the end of season 3, she is staying at Nick's home and learning about the world of grimms and wesen.
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At the start of season 4, she acts as the local grimm, keeping the bads of the wesen community in check until Nick gets his powers back. After helping Nick find a way to get back being a grimm, she goes on her own with Josh Porter, to teach him how to fight and survive without grimm powers.
She also aims to become her own grimm by searching for herself. She later returns to help after receiving a phone call from Monroe and Rosalee's. She kills Juliette with a crossbow in the season 4 finale "Cry Havoc" because Juliette was trying to kill Nick. In season 5, she works for Hadrian's Wall along with Eve and Meisner, but was still considered to be primarily an ally to Nick's team rather than a member of Hadrian's Wall, to the extent that Nick told her about the mystery healing stick while keeping it secret from the organization as a whole.
Harper played by Sharon Sachs is a medical examiner, who occasionally works on Nick and Hank's cases. In episode 13, she is beaten by a schakal who was looking for the coins of zakynthos. Bud Wurstner played by Danny Bruno is a beaver-like creature, called an eisbiber, who first encounters Nick when he is repairing his fridge.
He is initially frightened of Nick, believing him to be as violent as the mythical grimms. Because of this, Bud behaves subserviently towards Nick, offering to fix things and giving Nick gifts. It is only after Nick calls upon Bud for help in a murder case that Bud realizes Nick is a good person. The two become friends, although he is still somewhat jittery when he and Nick meet. Bud played an important role in stopping a wesen lawyer who used his pheromones to manipulate juries to favor his clients.
He appears to share many of Wu's duties and possibly fills in for Sergeant Wu whenever the latter is busy elsewhere. She is first seen in episode 17 season 1, episode She taught Adalind everything she knew about being a hexenbiest. The last time she spoke to her daughter was episode 17 season 1, episode 17 when Adalind ingests Nick's blood, removing her hexenbiest abilities.
She was accidentally killed in episode 24 season 2, episode 2 by Nick's mother, when the latter was trying to find a cure for Juliette. He is fluent in English and French, and lives in a Norman-style castle. He first appears in episode 23 season 2, episode 1 when he is seen approaching a man undergoing torture, demanding the names of people in the "resistanc".
Eric is a recurring character in season 2. He arrives in Portland in the season finale in an attempt to abduct Nick involving an army of zombie -like individuals. Despite Eric's efforts, Nick manages to escape. Eric is killed by a bomb planted by Sean Renard in retaliation.
Sebastien played by Christian Lagadec is a lawyer in the service of Eric Renard's royal family. He is an undercover ally of Sean Renard and regularly aids him by providing information regarding the family. Viktor eventually discovers his betrayal and kills him in the episode "The Show Must Go On" season 3, episode Ryan Smulson played by Michael Grant Terry is an intern at the Portland police department who appears to worship Nick. He is later revealed to be finding wesen using police information, then torturing and killing them, similar to ancient historical grimms.
When Nick confronts him, he turns out to be a leech-like wesen and is arrested. Pilar has not been revealed to be wesen or a grimm, but she is able to identify that Juliette is cursed. She gives Juliette advice to allow her to regain her memories. She helps Adalind get her wesen powers back. She is a rival of Frau Pech. Frau Pech played by Mary McDonald-Lewis is a hexenbiest who, at the cost of her life, helps Adalind recover her hexenbiest powers.
Baron Samedi played by Reg E. Cathey is a cracher-mortel, a wesen who works with Eric Renard. He arrives in Portland at the end of season 2, and turns a number of people into zombie-like creatures as a cover-up for the abduction of Nick. After being abducted, Nick wakes up on a plane leaving Portland and fights Baron Samedi, causing the plane to crash.
Baron Samedi is killed in the crash, while Nick and the other zombies are eventually cured by Rosalee. He threatens Captain Renard with death if he doesn't give up Adalind's baby, to which Renard acquiesces. After a short time, the baby is put in the hands of Kelly Burkhardt, Nick's mother. He fools Adalind into thinking that he has her baby, which is revealed at the end of episode 71 season 4, episode 5.
When Adalind learns she was pregnant with Nick's child, she attempts to pass it off as Viktor's, but this backfires when it is revealed that Viktor is sterile. Alexander played by Spencer Conway a wesen who works for the Wesen Council. He comes to Portland three different times.
Martin Meisner played by Damien Puckler is a member of the resistance. He helps deliver Adalind's daughter Diana, and escorts them both from Austria to Switzerland. He returns in the season 4 season finale, rescuing Diana from the royal king and killing him in the process. In season 5 he goes back to Portland and works for Hadrian's Wall, a government-funded group that deals with Black Claw and the wesen uprising. When special agent Chavez dies at the beginning of season 5, Meisner takes over as the head of Hadrian's Wall for the Portland compound.
Loyd in seasons 5 and 6 is the daughter of Adalind Schade and Sean Renard. She is also the older half-sister of Kelly Schade-Burkhardt. She displays powers of telekinesis, pyrokinesis, casting illusions, and precognition. Her eyes tend to turn glow purple whenever she uses her powers. Diana is seen riding in a truck with Kelly Burkhardt to an unknown location.
She returns as a young child in the season 4 episode "Headache" with Kelly, when they are ambushed by the royals with the help of Juliette. As a preteen, Diana reunites with her father in the season 5 episode "Inugami" with the help of Rachel Wood. In the episode "Good to the Bone", she is reunited with her mother. It is later revealed that her powers have grown considerably in the episode "The Taming of the Wu".
She is now able to project her image as well as copy voices perfectly. When Diana loses her temper, she can be prone to using her abilities in fits of rage. One of Diana's signature uses of her powers is to create the image of a skull from various media, often meant as a warning.
She is also able to use her powers to project a brief image of herself to her mother, though she is unable to hear Adalind trying to speak to the projection. Because of how Adalind assumed Juliette's identity in the past, and vice versa, Diana sometimes communicates with Eve inadvertently. Diana is further able to manipulate radio frequencies, a form of electromagnetic energy, in order to dial a specific cell phone.
When doing so, she can also perform a perfect impersonation of any other individual's voice. Similar to how Henrietta could manipulate Nick's emotions when she was in close proximity to him, Diana is able to manipulate the emotions and actions of those within several feet of her. She can also manipulate people through the use of Voodoo dolls, which is how she killed Bonaparte once she learned what he did to her mother.
Rolek Porter, who was a grimm, died in episode 65 season 3, episode After his father's death, Josh is tasked with giving Nick the grimm tools and books owned by Roland, including one of the seven map keys. In episode 71 season 4, episode 5 , Josh gives Nick a call to tell him that "this grimm stuff" is ruining his life. He says that his home in Philadelphia has been ransacked by members of the Verrat in search for the key. In episode 73 season 4, episode 7 , he is seen leaving with Trubel heading to Philadelphia.
Elizabeth had an affair with King Frederick, which resulted in Sean's birth. When the Queen found out, she sent people to have Elizabeth and Sean killed. Later, while her son is dying in the hospital, Elizabeth uses a two-headed snake to revive him. He then tells her of her granddaughter Diana's existence. Before she leaves, she tells Sean that she would be looking for her granddaughter and advises him to keep the witch's hat.
Henrietta played by Garcelle Beauvais is a hexenbiest and old friend of Elizabeth Lascelles and Sean Renard, being one the reasons they come to Portland. Sean sends Juliette to Henrietta to help her deal with her new hexenbiest powers. She is killed by Sean Renard while he is under the influence of Jack the Ripper. He is also the younger half-brother of Diana Schade-Renard. He is conceived when Adalind uses the potion to disguise herself as Juliette in order take away Nick's grimm powers by sleeping together.
Adalind does not know she was pregnant until Henrietta senses it and tells her. Soon telling Nick that she was pregnant with his child, she reveals that she is having a boy. He is born by an emergency C-section due to his arm being above his head when Adalind was giving birth him. He currently lives with his parents in Portland.
Since Adalind's powers were suppressed prior to his birth, it is unknown whether he has hexenbiest powers like his half-sister, or will have Nick's grimm powers when he is older, or both. Andrew Dixon is a candidate running for mayor of Portland. His first appearance in the series is the season 5 episode "Wesen Nacth". He asks Sean Renard, a police captain, to endorse him so he would be elected for the mayor position.
Renard supports him because he believes that Dixon is a good man. Dixon dies in the season 5 episode "Key Move", when he is assassinated by a wesen terrorist working with Black Claw.
Renard realizes Black Claw set this up so Renard could take his place as mayor of Portland. Conrad Bonaparte played by Shaun Toub is a powerful zauberbiest and a co-founder of Black Claw who first appeared in the episode "The Taming of the Wu". He has significant involvement in Black Claw's manipulative plans.
Bonaparte meets with Renard and is disappointed with the situation regarding Adalind and Diana.
He also threatens to kill Adalind if she chooses to stay with Nick. Later, he meets Adalind and Kelly at her office, where he gives her an ultimatum. The ultimatum leads her to take Kelly leave Nick. After having the talk with Adalind at the Black Claw's Hideout, Bonaparte reveals that he is a full zauberbiest and uses his abilities to make Adalind believe that she is turning into stone.
He also gives her with an engagement ring, but warns her what will happen to her children when she takes it off. Bonaparte interrogates Nick with his powers of illusion to find the location of the grimm ancestry book, which is in Nick's possession. However, he leaves after the fighting begins between the Black Claw members and Nick's friends. Later, after returning to the mansion, he uses his powers on Adalind to make her to give up Nick's location.
After a standoff between him, Renard and Nick, when Bonaparte uses his powers to choke Nick to death, he is stabbed in the back by Renard, who is being controlled by Diana. The show refers to its numerous creatures as wesen , which is German for creature or nature. While the species of each creature often has a German name, although disregarding correct spelling or grammatics, most of the wesen in the series do not exist by these names in Grimms' Fairy Tales.
Some creatures have different names in the German synchronization of the series. For example, the fuchsbau "fox hole" is called fuchsteufel "fox-devil" in the German translation of the series. Wesen are theriomorphic humans with certain traits and abilities characteristic in animals or mythological creatures. The non-human traits and abilities appear when wesen are aggressive or otherwise emotionally agitated, which is referred to as wogeing from the German wogen , meaning surge.
According to the character Monroe , normal people can see only the human appearance of a wesen, not the woged one. However, wesen can allow themselves to be seen, which is the source of legends and stories passed down as fairy tales by The Brothers Grimm. The wesen community has its own politics and institutions, led by the Wesen Council which has the functions of judiciary and legislature. Separately, the seven Royal Houses in Europe are aware of the wesen community in the series, and are vying to restore their former influence in the world.
There are also the German : Verrat "betrayal" , a secret police of wesen working for the Royal Houses to manipulate others in wesen community; the Laufer, a wesen resistance movement against the Royal Houses; and the reapers, assassins mainly concerned with eliminating grimms. It is never clearly stated in the series whether members of the Royal families are wesen themselves; however wesen—Royal romantic relationships have been shown to be frowned upon.
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Silas Weir Mitchell. Reggie Lee. Claire Coffee. A sleep eating wesen with green eyes that feeds off melatonin, causing its victim severe insomnia. Greek name for an Egyptian god. A jackal creature considered godlike protectors of the dead by ancient Egyptians. They are respectful of artifacts, and are involved with the Beati Paoli, a group of wesen dedicated to preservation of wesen culture.
See also Schaka l. A ghoul creature from Filipino mythology. In the series, aswang attack pregnant women with their piercing tongue, injecting a tranquilizer and sucking the infant and amniotic fluid out of the womb. It is a tradition which some aswang consider barbaric for the eldest son to give up his first conceived child for his mother's consumption to extend her lifespan. A husky like creature with either body that is white, brown, or both, and a nosed dog-like rhinarium. A cicada-like wesen with yellowish-brown exoskeleton. They are inspiration for the Greek god Dionysus.
Yucatec : jaguar. A jaguar creature that tends to act before thinking. Barbatus Ossifrage. A Bearded vulture -like creature that preys on the mortally wounded. It breaks its victims' bones and then liquefies them for consumption. A pig creature. They are in a centuries-old feud with the blutbads. This wesen is portrayed as the mythological basis for the Three Little Pigs.
A wolf -like creature with a keen sense of smell that is provoked by the color red. The creature is derived from the Big Bad Wolf in Grimms' fairy tales. The blutbad—bauerschwein feud has lasted for centuries. Nahuatl : coyote. A coyote -like creature that usually lives in packs. Each book has been carefully written for those with a reading age of approximately 6 to 6.
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