Rafe is a werewolf, one of the younger members of the Woolsey Pack.[1]

Appearance Edit

Rafe is one of the pack's most normal looking members. He has a rough-and-tumble air and was metamorphosed with two days' worth of beard (and doesn't seem inclined to fix it).

History Edit

Not much is said about Rafe.

In the Books Edit

Blameless Edit

Coming soon.

Heartless Edit

Rafe helped move the Maccons into their new residence.

Imprudence Edit

Rafe is mentioned as being one of the wolves present outside of Claret's at the beginning of Imprudence.

Romancing the Werewolf Edit

Rafe is at the dinner in the opening of the story where they are arguing over the color of the curtains.

Trivia Edit

Quotes Edit

  • "Adelphus Bluebutton wandered in, followed shortly thereafter by Rafe and Phelan, two of the younger pack members." (Blameless, Chapter Seven)
  • "Rafe and Phelan were looking rather haggard." (Blameless, Chapter Seven)
  • "Lady Maccon's minions in this elaborate charade were three younger members of Woolsey's pack: Biffy, Rafe, and Phelan (Biffy as catcher and the other two as porter and chucker, respectively): the ever-efficient Floote; and a positive bevy of Lord Akeldama's drones scuttling about arranging everything just so." (Heartless, Chapter Two)
  • "By the end, Rafe wore the long-suffering looking of an eagle being ordered about by a flock of excited pigeons." (Heartless, Chapter Two)

References Edit

  1. Blameless, chapter 7.