As far as lycanthropes go, wererats are very unique in terms of statistics and psychology.
Unlike other werecreatures, wererats do not grow larger as they shift out of human form. In fact, even their hybrid form is, in generally, slimmer than their human form.
This initially seems to be a disadvantage more than a power. After all, what use is it to suddenly turn into a small rat in the middle of a raging battle. However, the use of the small form is more or less underrated.
For rogues, wizards and other such classes, the ability to turn into a small, easily missed form is unmistakable. Given the rogue's sneak attack and (assuming GM allows it) a wizard werecre
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