September 1st is the Feast Day of Saint Morphicus, patron of shapeshifters. Much worshipped by a small subset of the community today, Saint Morphicus was banned in older times. Possessing a shrine to Morphicus could be used as evidence of lycanthropy, or sympathies with lycanthropes and other shapeshifters, and would call the attention of the Inquisition. Morphicus is portrayed as a man with a canine head and human hands holding a bowl full of some unknown liquid.

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