A Wieder Blutbad is a reformed Blutbad, of a different church than normal Blutbaden. Wieder Blutbaden stay reformed through a strict regimen of diet, drugs and exercise, whereas normal Blutbaden give in to their animalistic impulses and live on the wild side. Wolf-like creatures. Blutbaden have an incredible sense of smell; however, they are able to block their smell by rubbing Wolfsbane on themselves. In between kills, Blutbaden use the time to fatten up their victims and after they eat them, they are good for about a week before they're hungry again. Bad things happen when Blutbaden get into packs, especially when they see red. This is why for the most part they stay away from each other. Their physical weak-spot is on their lower back, an area of the lumbar vertebrae with a cluster of nerves.
Witch-like creature that somewhat resembles a demon/goblin. They work at the behest of royalty, like Capt. Renard. Identifiable from a dark birthmark under their tongues.
Siegbarste (“Game Ogre”)
An extremely rare Ogre-like creature with dense bones, thick skin, and a high tolerance for pain making them nearly impossible to kill. Aside from their terrible body odor, they are notorious for holding grudges and won't rest until they get their revenge. High-powered elephant guns seem to be the choice weapon when battling them. Past Grimms have successfully dealt with Siegbarste by using a poison that calcifies their dense bone structure from within. A common way to expose them to this poison is by dipping bullets into the poison prior to firing.
The "Black Widow" of the creature world, one of several spider-like creatures, known for the gruesome way they dispatch their victims. Using sexuality to seduce, they liquefy the organs of their prey, suck them out, and mummify the remains. Plagued by a condition of rapid aging, they can only prevent it by killing and sucking the life out of young men, which also gives them a regenerative ability.
Lowen (“Last Grimm Standing”)
Lion-creatures, formerly hunted, trapped, enslaved, and used for sport in Roman combat. Now they are known for capturing Wesen and using them for profit in underground fighting matches.
Steinadler (“Three Coins in a Fuchsbau”)
Hawk-like creature. Typically involved with the military since they're known for being heroic and noble, although it's not always clear what side they're on, so it's important to trust your gut when you're with one.