A new variant of fenril were recorded a while back, these ones simply wish to refer themselves as "inheritors"
Despite their almost feral appearance, these fenril remain very orderly, if not presumptuous of their standing within their species.
what you'll find most apparent within this archtype, is how they almost always travel in pairs, whether it be male and female, female and female or male and male. this however, does not mean they are of relative status, or mates. in fact, culture wise, any inheritor can pair with eachother, as they believe someday, their all father will bring the two closer, to the point of being one entity, thus they seek the partner with desirable traits.
there will be the occasional inheritor who doesn't believe in the all father, and rather lives their own life how they would see fit, much like our society and choosing not to follow a belief.
aside from this interesting trait, they appear to be the most dangerous appearing of the domestics, as they will sport very lengthy claws and often show their fangs as a form of intimidation or intimacy.
they also are the only domestics to easily get irritated if someone so chooses to bother them, this however is very much ill advised, as they show no hesitation in attacking.
i would advise studying these fenril class more before fully classifying them as domestics, and would suggest looking into this "all father"