This latest addition of the Monster World series focuses on the Tiberius family. The Tiberius family are a family of werecats that hail from Britain, they reside in the same neighbourhood as Nathan and his friends.
Professor Rowan Tiberius is the husband of Samatha, he is a tutor at the university Nathan goes to and studies lycanthropy. He is a male werecat who resembles Rowan Atkinson but with long hair and sounds like him a little bit, he is very charming and polite but also sly and cunning as well. He is a member of an evil werecreature clan, and once tried enlisting Nathan but Nathan turned into down. As a werecat he has black fur, black claws on his fingers and toes, a long black tail, pointed ears, emerald green cat-like eyes, small tiger-like fangs, a black nose, whiskers, bushy eyebrows and a long but well groomed mane. He mainly spends his time concocting cunning plans and researching lycanthropy as well as lounging around in the lair. His hobbies including reading books on lycanthropy in the library and collecting cat statues. Even though he is evil, he is shown to actually be quite nice at times and is a dedicated father - he's very protective of his daughter and his son and often spends time teaching them how to be a proper werecat. The type of cat form he turns into escape from people who try to catch him is a black cat.
Rowan's wife, she is a stage actress and is quite considerate and friendly but she doesn't always agree with her husband but goes along with his plans anyway. In human form she has long brown hair and blue eyes as a fairly slim physique, as a werecat she has brownish fur, claws much like Rowan's on her hands and feet, slightly cat-like ears, yellow cat-like eyes that glow in the dark, a short tail, a wild looking mane, fangs, a black nose, whiskers and almost semi-feline features. Most of the time she's seen taking part in stage productions and helping out. The type of cat she turns into when she needs to get in places that are locked or otherwise is a tortouise-shell cat with splotches of white as well as brown.
The daughter of Rowan and Samatha, she studies at the same university as Nathan and is rather spunky and classy. In her human form she has straight blonde hair and brown eyes and has a rather sweet girl-next-door type appearance. As a werecat she has tan fur, light yellow cat-like eyes, claws on her fingers and toes, a rather long mane of hair, slightly pointed cat-like ears, small fangs, a short tail, whiskers and a black nose and lips. Most of the time she can been seen studying in the same dorm as Nathan and the others, but she also enjoys reading monster world books. She was once saved by Nathan at one point. The type of cat she turns into get out of a tricky situation is a tabby cat. On occassion she and her brother do spend time learning how to be proper werecats with their father tutoring them.
Olivia's older brother, he is socially awkward and shy around females but is quite a gentleman. In his human form he has straight black hair and brown eyes as well as a small goatee. As a werecat he has black fur with white steaks, claws on his fingers and toes, a mane, dark green cat-like eyes, pointed ears, tiger-like fangs, slightly bushy eyebrows, whiskers, and a black nose and a a long tail. He spends most of his time exploring and making things. The cat type he turns into escape out of an awkward situation is a black and white short hair cat. He and Olivia sometimes spend time together learning to be proper werecats with their father being the tutor.
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