Werewolves vs. Everything Else – PART 2!

You guys loved the first edition of ‘Werewolves vs. Everything Else’ so much that I’m bringing it back! For those new to the game, this is where we jump into mythical and magical beast arena and pit werewolves against some of the biggest and baddest creatures out there! The first round had werewolves fighting dragons, mermaids and even unicorns. This time around will be just as wild, and of course, I threw in a few of your recommendations.

Round 2 begins now!

Werewolf vs. Kitsune

I was asked by a reader to do this battle, and since I aim to please, I couldn’t pass up on it. Kitsune is the Japanese word for “fox” and it is believed that they possess great intelligence, long life, and magical powers. Their most impressive of powers was the ability to shapeshift into human form. Kitsune are also said to be very tricky and cunning creatures. So, how would a werewolf fare against one of these? Personally, I think a werewolf, unless highly intelligent, would be screwed since the kitsune are so clever and tricky. I picture a big ol’ wolf just falling right into a trap and getting killed.

Werewolf vs. Harpy

If you remember your Greek mythology then you’ll know what a harpy is, if not then let me fill you in. A harpy is a wicked, filthy, winged monster who was a mixture between a bird and a woman. They had sharp talons, feathery wings and were said to fly as fast as lightening. They were usually used by Zeus to capture and torture people. Would a werewolf win a fight against one? Hmm… I think so. Werewolves have strength and power and with one strong bite could easily break a harpy’s bird bones.

Werewolf vs. Godzilla

This is another one a reader asked me to do and it’s just too silly to resist. Godzilla is a fictional giant dinosaur-like Japanese monster that first appeared in Ishiro Honda’s 1954 film Gojira. Personally, I don’t think there’s any way in hell a single werewolf could win a fight against this massive beast. Godzilla would just stomp on ‘em.

Werewolf vs. Leprechaun

Hehe… I couldn’t resist doing something so ridiculous. Leprechauns are believed to be tiny money-loving tricksters. They aren’t really know for their fighting skills, instead they love to dance and collect gold. Would a werewolf win a fight against one? Ahahaha yes, I think so, all it would take is one bite.

And that ends round 2 of Werewolves vs. Everything Else! What do you guys think, any verdict you agree or disagree with? Any other beasties you’d like to pit against a werewolf?

– Moonlight

By moonlight

One of the writers for werewolves.com, as well as vampires.com.


  1. I know it doesnt really have much to do with the post but, have you already talked about the roman versipelis yet?

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  3. I am amythology expert, I know that sounds like bragging but I am. So here’s a few of MY suggestions: Werewolf vs. Hippocamp, Kraken, Rok, Basilisk (or Cockatrice as it is sometimes confused whith), Huginn and Muninn, or not just a dragon but the dragon; Niddhogr.

  4. Try Werewolf vs. …. hmm…. ent(?).Or Wyvern(you know, it’s not exactly a dragon, so the werewolf might be able to win.)
    And try Vs. angel or demon.Or a griffin(i’m not sure if it’s name is griffin , as on internet and in books there are other names as well.The idea is that of an eagle-lion)
    Or werewolf vs (C)himera , or a Swordsman/blade dancer/assassin/heavy armored knight/paladin(by swordsman, i mean a Girl/guy with ONE sword, and by blade dancer, a girl/guy with two short swords(rapiers or cutlasses)).
    And why not against an ogre.Or … or… i’m out of ideas…OH! I know! What about a werewolf vs a lion-man(i don’t know if it exists, but , think that , instead of a wolf, it’s a lion.)

  5. Haha! Great! Though my theory on Godzilla is similar to that I had on the Dragons. They could use his powers against him if they were smart enough.

  6. Who would win a lycan or a Griffin? This is a hot button topic as of this week for me and my little brother

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