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This graphic novel uses Ka-Blam Digital Printing

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About my "canon notes:"

Posts labeled "canon notes" are not meant to accurately portray any religious, scientific, or social canon. They are notes concerning the fictional universe I've invented for the setting of Wolfram: A Gothic Parable.

Canon notes: Wolfremic terminology

"Wolfram" - a creature that used to be a were- or wifwolf but is now a fully sentient wolf that has sworn off bloodlust and revenge.  The term is sex-neutral, and may be used in lieu of the sexed terms if preferred.  It is necessary to use this term if the Wolfram's sex is either uncertain or confidential.
 I was unaware that my wolf dog was actually a Wolfram assigned to survey my house.
"Wolfram-er" - a male Wolfram.  Mostly used when the sex of the individual is pertinent to an understanding of the context of a conversation.
You wouldn't understand; it's a Wolfram-er thing.
"Wolfram-in" - a female Wolfram.  Mostly used when the sex of the individual is pertinent to an understanding of the context of a conversation.
She was displeased about being recognized as an "exceptional Wolfram-in."
"Wolfrim" - plural of Wolfram.  
Three out of seven Wolfrim stayed behind.
 "the Wolfrim" - All Wolfrim, as a whole. 
You have made yourself an enemy of the Wolfrim!
"Wolfrim-er" -  plural of Wolfram-er.
Misinformation led the public to consider Wolfrim-er a particular menace.
"Wolfrem-in" - plural of Wolfram-in.
For reasons unknown, the disease has only affected Wolfrem-in.
"Wolfremic" - of or pertaining to the Wolfrim.
 The concept was mostly Wolfremic in origin.
A group of Wolfrim is a "troupe" (2-10), a "flock" (10-100), or a "congregation" (>100)
A small troupe left the Cleft to patrol the area.
The flock took cover behind rocks, beneath bushes and in foxholes.
The Baroque hymn sung by the congregation of Wolfrim filled the woods and echoed through the valleys.

"man," "men," "woman," "women," "people," "person," etc. are all acceptable to use, and even preferred, when the detail of being a Wolfram is irrelevant or confidential
Give the man some room; he can hardly breathe!
She was a kind woman, despite her cold facade and perpetual snarl.
The flock under your command is filled with wonderful people; focus on that.
"Cleft" - a safe haven for the Wolfrim, often a subterranean stronghold.
We should take cover in the secret Cleft to the east of here.
"TUAB"  ("Those United Across Britannia") - a rumored network of scattered Wolfrim spanning the British Isles, currently inaccessible to the known Wolfrim.
We can't afford to waste air debating the existence or nonexistence of TUAB; we will never be able to secure passage to the British Isles, anyway.

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