The pack is unique in the supernatural community, because it is not only made up of Werewolves but it also has a Banshee , a Thunder Kitsune formerly , a Werecoyote , Humans and now a Chimera. Additionally, the pack has a great network of allies of all different species to help them when they need additional support, such as Humans including Hunters and Mercenaries , Werewolves , Kitsune and Hellhounds. Since the pack's formation, its members have dedicated their lives to keeping Beacon Hills safe from both supernatural and human threats. However, despite most of them being supernatural, they are really just regular teenagers who are struggling with their everyday lives. A common issue they have is balancing their human and supernatural responsibilities, but they always overcome these problems in the end.
Totally loved this. I was reading about Celtic symbols and since most of the TW pack symbols were directly taken from there anyway I think I found one that fits the puppy pack! Basically, the three things it represents are determined by whoever is using it. In personal ritual, it could represent the self at the center of trinity influences.
In Teen Wolf , Symbols are written, carved, or stamped icons that are used to signify something; this may be a family, a pack, a species, an object, or a concept. Most Werewolf packs have a symbol, which they use as tattoos to identify their allegiance or as messages to other packs regarding their territory. Some Hunter families of supernatural creatures also have their own symbols, which they use to mark their ammunition. Many of the symbols used in the series are said to be Druidic in nature, sometimes in order to identify certain materials or rituals that they use in their work.