Lawrence Lorelei is a human blood hunter and a member of the Lorelei family. He was played by Travis Willingham in "Liam's One Shot: 'Song of the Lorelei'" (Sx36).

Description Edit

Appearance Edit

Lawrence Lorelei werewolf

Lawrence Lorelei as a werewolf, by Kendra Wells.[art 2]

Personality Edit

Lawrence was studious and serious-minded. He was also often accused of being cowardly by his siblings. Whilst he is willing to offer to his family whatever they require his true love is logic and reason.

Biography Edit

Background Edit

Benicio and Lawrence's birth tragically caused the death of their mother, Rosaline. They were raised by their father and great-aunt Katerine. Lawrence underwent the Taming as was expected. As he grew older his love for logic and reason caused him to begin to study the family curse, wondering if it could be better understood and better used by House Lorelei.

Lawrence was affectionately teased by his stronger twin brother, Benicio. Benicio once tried to sabotage one of his explorations into alchemy which backfired as it caused Benicio to burn both of his arms up to his shoulders.

"Liam's One Shot: The Song of the Lorelei" (Sx36) Edit

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Character Information Edit

Abilities Edit

Werewolf Abilities Edit

  • Keen Hearing and Smell
  • Resistance to non-magical bludgeoning, piercing, and slashing damage dealt by non-silvered weapons.

Blood Hunter Abilities Edit

  • Blood Curses
    • Blood Curse of the Marked[2]
  • Blood Hunter Order: Order of the Lycan
    • Hybrid Transformation
  • Crimson Rite (1d6)
    • Primal Rite: Rite of the Flame[3]
    • Primal Rite: Rite of the Storm[4]
  • Extra Attack
  • Hunter's Bane

Notable Items Edit

  • Two Short Swords[3]

Quotations Edit

Trivia Edit

References Edit

  1. Lawrence Lorelei from "Liam's One Shot: The Song of the Lorelei" (Sx36), by Kendra Wells (source).  Permission needed.
  2. Lawrence Lorelei as a werewolf, by Kendra Wells (source).  Permission needed.
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