'Somewhere underground'? Seriously? I suspect somebody is guilty of taking the term 'underground' far too literally. One would assume that it was considered an underground community because it was hidden, not because they literally lived under the earth.--RilwenShadowflame 10:01, November 27, 2009 (UTC)


It´s never called Werewolf Army, isn´t it?--Rodolphus 14:06, September 9, 2009 (UTC)


I was under the impression that Hermione and Trelawney stopped Greyback from attacking Lavendar after she fell. --BachLynn23 12:49, July 29, 2010 (UTC)


Could we just say they were all dissolved and organized into the Snatchers by Deathly Hallows? --Mateo22 Avada KedavraContact 23:13, July 16, 2011 (UTC)

Fenrir Greybacks werewolf pack

it was never called werewolf army i agree but i believe there base was underground and it said in the book and in a catalog it was called fenrir Greyback's werewolf pack. I also dont know how Greyback only got Six fellow Werewolves Because that can't be a whole army because that would be to small. I also think Fenrir Greyback needs to get more werewolves i think we should edit more Werewolves Don't you? from lord Simms 13:53