Werewolf biology for both females and males is greatly influenced by the moon and her phases. Each werewolf is bound to the phase of the moon under which they first transformed. During that phase they are especially drawn to assuming the transitional form. Werewolves with insufficient, and some may say unnatural, willpower are irresistibly compelled to assume the transitional form during the height of their moon phase.
There are also other behavioral changes that occur preceding one's moon-time. A werewolf approaching their moon-time will become increasingly irritable, emotional and aggressive.
As with humans and the zodiac, werewolves assume a psychological affinity with their Particular moon phase, called their moon aspect.
January - Wolf Moon - High werewolf activity
February- Ice Moon - No unusual Effect
March - Storm Moon - A sort of sick feeling overtakes the werewolves and makes them sleepy
April - Pink Moon - Less aggressive werewolves
May - Hare Moon - No unusual Effect
June - Flower Moon - No unusual Effect
July - Thunder Moon - No unusual Effect
August - Lightening Moon - No unusual Effect
September - Harvest Moon - The first full moon closest to the autumnal equinox .causes werewolves to have more power due to the increased moonlight. Although it doesn't increase aggression all that much.
October - Blood Moon - General increase in werewolf activity. We are more aggressive and dangerous in nature. The moon of werewolf origin. Also called the sanguine moon or hunters moon.
November - Frost Moon - No unusual Effect
December - Yule Moon - Causes werewolves to not transform in some cases. Super Moon- Moon closest to Earth. Causes an extra powerful and aggressive hulked werewolf.
Lunar Eclipse - It's rumored that the werewolf virus is vulnerable during an eclipse and that there's a chance for a cure and the restoration of full humanity.