Werewolves are definitely a supernatural form that are difficult, and actually mostly impossible, to conquer. Because of this, in the legends and myths surrounding werewolves, it’s most important that humans and other enemies of the wolf, can spot him while he is in human form. Werewolves, while human, have a very different look that other humans do. However these small differences are often easy to cover up and hide, especially if one has been a werewolf for a long time.
There are some physical changes such as hairy palms and fingernails that are very rough and uneven, resembling claws. The excessive hair will be quite visible throughout the entire body but of course, this can be shaved off very easily. Other visible signs that may prove a little more difficult to hide are things such as fang-like teeth, pointed ears, and maybe even the Devil’s mark.
Wolves have very different personalities while they are in their human form than when they are in their wolf form. However, sometimes these differences can cross over, and a wolf in human form can display canine qualities. These signs can include excessive aggression, increased irritability, insomnia, and restlessness. One tell-tale sign of a werewolf is an irrational fear of water.
Other than behavior changes, they may also have different physical needs. Humans that have been changed to wolf form and back again usually have increased appetites and need to sleep with their mouths open. This is because if the wolf jaw closes, it becomes clenched and is difficult to get back into a comfortable position. Werewolves are thirsty creatures. Partly because they’re so active and partly because they crave blood. Because of this, even in human form werewolves will often show a deep and constant thirst. Also because they spend so much time chasing and hunting, werewolves will also show many marks and cuts along their legs and arms from regular falling and getting scratched.