- Absolute Therianthropy
- Divine Therianthrope Physiology
- God of Werebeasts Physiology
- Ultimate Werebeast
- Weregod Physiology
The user with this ability either is or can transform into a Transcendent Therianthrope: a powerful therianthropic being who has literally ascended to true godhood either through powerful magical feats or by divine intervention.
In folklore and mythology, werebeasts are mythological creatures that transform from man-to-beast under the light of a full moon or under their own power. They are often ravenous, feral beasts that can't distinguish between friend or foe. And in others, they are intelligent beings, forming tribes and societies. Their main weaknesses are silver, wolfsbane, etc. However, a transcendent Therianthrope is no longer affected by these weaknesses. They have transcended beyond all other members of their species.
Transcendent Therianthrope are often the progenitors of Therianthropes, and are revered as such. They are often several magnitudes above other werewolves in terms of physical stats, possessing godlike stamina, speed, strength, etc. Also, they might even be truly immortal.
- Almighty Ascension
- Animal Empowerment
- Prime Being
- Entity Lordship (Over all/specific types of werebeasts)
- Genetic Memory (connecting to all living, deceased and potential therians)
- Mystic Derivation (Over all therians)
- Magic Immunity (To the magic of therians)
- Omega Physiology
- Power Immunity (To the powers of therians)
- Monster Empowerment (Only by therians)
- Transcendent Physiology
- Supernatural Condition/Absolute Condition
- Divine Beast Physiology
- Limitation Transcendence
- Werebeast Physiology
- Blessing Inducement
- Lunar Mind
- Pheromone Manipulation
- Supernatural Tracking
- Rougarou Physiology
- Skinwalker Physiology
- Vaewolf Lord Physiology
- Vaewolf Physiology
- Werebeast Lord Physiology
- Werewolf Physiology
- Wolfwere Physiology
- While the user is nearly all-powerful, they may not choose to use their abilities to their full extent for certain reasons because of moral codes that they set for themselves. This is similar to how those who are omnipotent may not choose to interfere with the affairs of lesser beings unless absolutely necessary or because of personal rules.
- While the user has virtually no weaknesses, they may still feel discomfort when exposed to the weaknesses of lycanthropes
- Beings of higher power (and potential) may still defeat the user in combat.
- If werebeasts and vampires are natural enemies, then maybe a Transcendent Vampire can defeat the users.
- Xion the Unborn (Bloody Roar)
- Balvorn (Fable)
- Lythari (Forgotten Realms)
- Iceron (Gold Digger)
- The Captain (Hellsing)
- Turenne (Horizon In The Middle of Nowhere)
- Jezelda (Pathfinder)
- Cain (Shiki)
- Lugh Beowulf (Type-Moon)
- Fenrir (Valkyrie Crusade)
- The Bastard (Whateley Academy)