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  • Wolf Lake - What did Sherman Blackstone?

    It's more TV related question, but as Wolf Lake series is official inspiration from The Pack book, I ask here, maybe fans will help me understand. Also, series being so insightful into WtF Uratha condition may help understand Forsaken setting better. Of course, it's large spoiler thread, so not read it if you did not watched series. Okay, let's go in to proper topic...



    Sherman Blackstone is Native American official science teacher in titular Wolf Lake's High. In secret, he is towns Pack Leaders adviser, said to be centuries old now. But here goes puzzling thing - in series, it's him who draws both Seattle detective main protagonist John Kanin and some other wacky 'werewolf conspiracy' hunter. On one hand, Blackstone basically teach his Pack's youth about Herd Must Not Know ( there is literal scene of that in first episodes ), and on another makes a greatest threat to the same rule by leading two humans into community. WHY would so old Uratha do such thing?



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    Originally posted by wyrdhamster View Post
    Sherman Blackstone is Native American official science teacher in titular Wolf Lake's High. In secret, he is towns Pack Leaders adviser, said to be centuries old now. But here goes puzzling thing - in series, it's him who draws both Seattle detective main protagonist John Kanin and some other wacky 'werewolf conspiracy' hunter. On one hand, Blackstone basically teach his Pack's youth about Herd Must Not Know ( there is literal scene of that in first episodes ), and on another makes a greatest threat to the same rule by leading two humans into community. WHY would so old Uratha do such thing?


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