Implants are totally possible.
See p15 of changing ways.
More invasive body modification is a bit trickier, but
entirely possible, and indeed often a mainstay of Garou
culture. Warriors pierce themselves or take deliberate scars
as marks of glorious acts, or to mark important milestones
in their lives. It takes a deliberate act of will to voluntarily
Mechanically, no. In-universe, possibly.
So, there are no rules for belonging to two different Changing Breeds - but just because you won't be both a wererat and a werewolf simultaneously doesn't mean that it's impossible for a wererat and a werewolf to have kids together. It just means that they'd be either a werewolf or a wererat - and given that the ...
No. Just No.
You can not be a Metis that is of two different Changing breeds. That's simply not allowed at all. You are either a Metis Garou or a Metis Ratkin. You are not a Hybrid.
Coupling between two different Changing Breeds does not result in Metis. If you read through the W20 Changing Breeds, we got a complete list of what makes a metis (including who ...
The normal procedure for an operation is: put the patient under anesthetics (total or partial), then do the operation with steel instruments, sew closed, let it heal. At times there is add stuff and remove stuff in between. Actually, that's the normal procedure for any surgery.
Surgery on a Garou
Assume you're a normal Garou. All ...