Werewolves are the predominant supernatural species in the Teen Wolf universe, and they were the first supernatural creature to be introduced in the series. They are shapeshifters who have the ability to transform from an ordinary human appearance to a partially-lupine form that includes glowing eyes which are either gold, blue, or red depending on rank or other factors pointed ears, mutton chops, wickedly long and sharp claws and fangs , and a ridged brow. In rare cases, Werewolves can also have such advanced shapeshifting abilities that they can actually turn into a real wolf, or can transform into a large, monstrous, bipedal wolf-man. Along with shapeshifting , all Werewolves possess super-human strength , speed , agility , healing , and senses , among other powers.
'Teen Wolf' Recap: Scott Becomes A True Alpha And Peter Hale Returns To HIs Evil Self - uInterview
After getting the werewolf bite, Scott adapted to his new abilities so quickly that he became a True Alpha by season three. That meant his sheer force of will turned him into a pack leader. It also meant nearly every supernatural creature looked up to him for his moral fiber and perseverance. Some of the worst things he did in the series even stemmed from conflicts with his own morals. Derek decided to create a new pack to help him stop the supernatural threats - and hunters - in Beacon Hills. All Scott had to do was stick with him. Fans can chalk this up to the existence of the full moon.
Though the fire killed nearly everyone inside, Peter and Cora were among the only two people at the house at the time of the fire to survive excluding Derek and Laura, who were at school when it happened. For the next six years, Peter was cognizant but locked inside his body while it slowly healed his burns, the experience driving him insane. Though Derek and Peter 's stories of what followed Laura's return to Beacon Hills differ greatly, it is known for sure that Peter ultimately killed Laura and stole her Alpha power, and he maintained his cover as a comatose patient so that he would not be a murder suspect.
I don't know about all of you, but my body has never been so ready as it is for the Teen Wolf Season 5 premiere which is Monday night, in case you didn't know. After an entire year of waiting, because MTV refuses to take my beloved show about angsty teenage werewolves off the summer series cycle, we'll finally get to experience our favorite Beacon Hills residents' senior year, wolfy drama, and, of course, the full experience of Scott McCall realizing his True Alpha power, which means we're in for a very different show than we're all used to. First things first, though — let's get reacquainted with the last season , because what's life without a little context, y'know? When we last left our sometimes furry friends, we learned that Derek had evolved into a full wolf; Malia had vowed to find out who her mother, the Desert Wolf, really was; Kate the were-jaguar had run away; Chris Argent joined the Mexican hunter family; Lydia had promise to help the uncontrollably sexy and also apparently fireproof Deputy Parrish figure out what he was; Peter Hale got locked up in Eichen House with the creepy three-eyed dude Dr. Valack, of whom I'm sure we haven't seen the last; little wolf Liam had finally learned to embrace Buddhism and control his wolfitude; Stiles and Kira remained pretty much the best; and Scott finally accepted his True Alpha status, including all of the power and responsibility that came with it.