I wanted to write about animal instincts, or the instincts that come naturally to supernatural creatures, but it seems even that can’t pull a rambling post out today.

At least not anything unique that I’ve not already spoken about. A therian – a were creature – of all varieties have animal instincts. Some of them are like you’d expect of their normal comparative. Werewolves are pack animals like wolves but so are most other werecreatures – and a good share of the time they don’t typically reside with the same species.

That’s kinda where the CCB comes in. The Creed of Celestial Beings is an organization of supernatural creatures who are there to support and guide the supernatural world in an unofficial capacity. It is mostly a werecreature organization, but it does have vampires and dragons in it – but the numbers outside of weres is very few in comparison.

The CCB can be dogmatic, and they have very vocal representation when it comes to Venatori dictatorship. They usually are passive in nature, but as of late have been becoming more and more aggressive in their stance against the Venatori.

The CCB unlike a pack or a pride or other predatory group of animals is not bound by any sort of metaphysical bond. In some cities it is – in New York, the CCB is a bound ‘pack’ of were creatures and supernaturals. They are bound to individual packs and those packs swear allegiance to the leaders of the NYC branch of the CCB. Adrian Sheridan, and Dominic Olmos are the two werewolf pack leaders in NYC. Desmond Vajellos is the vampire Prince of the city to which the CCB vampires bound with. Other’s swear fealty to the other leaders of the CCB, but NYC’s supernatural population is mostly vamp and wolf – very little other than Venatori live here. It makes for an interesting cultural dynamic inside the human world.


My name is Nox Sétanta. I am first and foremost a fictional character escaped from the mind of my creator AJ. In layman's terms I'm a magic wielding monster hunter born to my human mother and my Venatori father.

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