counterpart to "Feminine" which didn't turn out half as good...
this time featuring the Fellow-Father-Codger
It took me forever to come up with terms for the Fellow and Codger (other terms considered were Sire and Coot, respectively, but I felt "sire" sounded a little too assertive for what's supposed to be an immature/growing male, and "coot" made the older werewolf sound immediately grumpy).
The masculine aspect of this idea is not based on the Wiccan belief system's spiritual figures, as the counterpart to the Wiccan Mother-Maiden-Crone is the Horned God, which this is not a representation of (or at least not heavily so).
In this case, the Fellow (werewolf on the left) is a young man, learning about life and still making childish mistakes while trying to make adult decisions. He believes sex, power and showing off will make me likeable and loved, hence the scars he's obtained, likely from fights.
The middle werewolf is the Father. He represents security, maturity and trust. He understands that men can cry as well as fight; that there is vulnerability and strength in all creatures, genders and races.
The Codger is the werewolf on the left, who knows a lot about the world but has become wary and tired of it. He offers his advice when asked, but he's not above letting other learns things the hard way before giving up all the answers.