The Alpha Werewolf

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Sometimes, people ask me what it's like to be on Wattpad. (This is a lie. No one ever asks me this. Still, go with me here.)

I tell them that sometimes it can be really exciting! Especially when you're writing a book of writing tips, and you receive beautiful messages from talented people saying that it's helped them in some way. That's really heart-warming. 

It is also extremely exciting seeing something like this: 

It is also extremely exciting seeing something like this: 

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But the thing that is really funny. The thing that really summarises the experience on Wattpad. 

Is clicking onto that button, to see the other stories that are trending. 

Sorry, I literally just find this so ridiculously funny

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Sorry, I literally just find this so ridiculously funny. Nothing screams Wattpad more than saying, "The top six books of the day includes DracoxHarry Potter fanfiction, regular smut, Minecraft Youtube smut, mafia stuff, and more mafia stuff. Oh, and a book of writing tips, too! 

I love Wattpad. 

Anyways, so I've been asked to talk about The Alpha Werewolf trope. So let's just jump into it!

 So let's just jump into it!

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The Alpha Werewolf. What exactly is it? 

It's usually a story involving werewolves (no, duh), which has an alpha (someone give me an award). 

The Alpha is usually the pack leader. The one who runs the pack, and is all-commanding, all-demanding, and all-powerful. He is usually a... well, there's a reason I just said he. He's usually a male, and the only time he loses his alpha status is if he breaks some sort of werewolf-bro code, or if he is defeated in a fight. 

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