Alexi Devers: Lycanthrope

As Halloween approaches, and the veil between worlds grows wan, threadbare, and permeable, Cooper realizes that we can serve the spirit, spook, and creature population better if we understand them from a Goal-Directed perspective. In service of this we present a short series of Halloween personas. Today’s persona is Alexi Devers.

Background:

While recently on a solo full-moon hike of the Samaria Gorge in Greece, Alexi thought he escaped a pack of wild dogs with only a few scratches. That next week he returned to Athens where he and his girlfriend Debbie are studying abroad. Three weeks later he’s discovered they weren’t dogs, he got more than scratches, and he has much more serious problems than his upcoming finals.

How we can help Alexi:

  • Make calendar alerts find him wherever he is–and don’t let him hit snooze.
  • Outfit his smart phone with a snug-fitting strap that can handle a variety of shapes and kinds of movement, made of a material that can be easily cleaned.
  • Provide map directions home that find an optimal path which avoids being seen.
  • Connect him with like-minded others across the globe with easy access to ancient mystical texts and automatic language translation.


Prior persona Juan Espinoza: Class 5 Full-Roaming Vapor
Next persona Sammy Bishop, AKA Destro: Gremlin
Special thanks to Flickr User Cara Photography for the CC licensed use of this portrait.
Loup-garou-ionado: Chris Noessel

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[...] by Chris Noessel on October 30, 2012 | Comments (1) Poor Alexi Devers: Bitten by a "dog," then finding himself naked in a park on the morning after the next full moon, a [...]
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