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Wulf Howl

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Wulf Howl
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Author(s) Naia Ōkami
Website
Status Defunct
Launch date October 2011
End Date November 2014
Genre Community resource


Wulf Howl was an online community and resource website for otherkin, therianthropes, and vampires. It featured articles, forums, blogs, a directory of otherkin, and a community-run resources section. Wulf Howl was established to be a friendly and welcoming community to both newcomers and greymuzzles alike. It was frequently updated and many 'kin considered it home. It was founded by Shiro in October of 2011. Wulf Howl was powered by Drupal and Invision Power Board, with custom modifications by Shiro.

History

Originally the site started out as WereTher, a small PHPBB-based forum for therianthropes. It had about 100 members at its peak, and struggled to diversify itself from other communities. It was closed on 12/24/2010 with no plans of reopening. It was then reopened as Wulf Howl.

The Wulf Howl incarnation of the site was founded in October of 2011 by Shiro. It began as a small 'alternative' forum with a chatbar for otherkin, therianthropes, and vampires. It was intended to provide a warm, welcoming, and friendly community to the newly awakened and experienced members alike. It was updated to include articles, blogs, a directory of otherkin, and a community-run resource center in early 2012. It was an important resource site, especially among therianthropes. Wulf Howl was succeeded by Kinmunity.

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