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Isaac is another named character of Yardley Pack (along with Thomas himself and Lucas), and who first appears as a shadowy figure with the rest of his pack during the intimidation of the Crescent Lake werewolves. He thinks that it's kind of nice here at Crescent Lake.


A tall, broad-shouldered man, with an impressive beard and long curly hair.


Isaac is an all-round big fellow, with broad shoulders and a fit body. Due to his apparent modesty, unlike Julian, just how cut he is is difficult to determine. His age is also difficult to determine because of the prolific beard and profuse mass of hair he sports. He might be older, based on his more laid-back approach to the unfolding events. Or not. He's tall, standing well over six feet.

Werewolf Form[]

His werewolf form maybe more impressive than the man. He seems to top seven feet tall and has reddish-brown fur. His basic shape is bulkier than the others.


Isaac is less aggressive than Thomas or his brother. He seems to be happy wherever he lands, expressing the opinion that it's kind of nice here at Crescent Lake. He offers no opinion either way about his preference for a territory, but seems to be very indifferent towards the reclamation of Crescent Lake and participation in the Werewolf Council's meeting.[1]


He and the rest of the Yardley Pack came over from Ohio, helping Thomas in his effort to claim Crescent Lake.

Thomas is the oldest sibling, with Isaac and then Julian following after. It is also mentioned in a comment that there might be another sibling between Thomas and Isaac, given Tom's age.[2]

Powers and Abilities[]

As a werewolf, Isaac has the usual capabilities of werewolves, with their enhanced senses, strength, accelerated healing, and resistance to injury.

Fighting Style[]

The Yardley Pack's fighting style is to act as one unit together, making it difficult to tell them apart from each other. As Tom trains each of his members himself, they all use similar fighting styles and are scrappy and ruthless when need be. [3]