[color:"yellow"]Peregrinus? Peregrina?[/color] => Latin for foreign, strange, unknowing. Stranger, Non-civilian (Nichtbürger), pilgrim, crusader. I just modified the female gender ending "a", in case you wanted to change. But "us" is the noun.
[color:"yellow"]Peregrinor[/color] => verb => wander in the unknown, journey around. Pilgrimage. Being strange, unknown
Source: Langenscheidts Taschenwörterbuch der lat. u. dt. Sprache
Yes, Glance, you're right. No name made click in myself. It's a pity that Lupo changes into the Fix&Foxi Comic Lupo in my imagination.
If I may use the privilege of my gender to change my mind about Lupo's lack of strong emotions (fear) => he represents the elements air (reason, thinking), earth (pragmatic, matter-of-fact) and fire (aggression, dynamics). So, Lupo lacks water (deep emotions, going into the dark, unknown) => so, his non-reaction to Leaf's touch is logical <img src="/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/up.gif" alt="" />
Hmmmmm, maybe it would be nice for him to learn this (and maybe adapt?) He has the advantage to read minds - does he have the ability to read the sub-conscious, what is hidden for the other one? And if => can he understand it, as he lacks the empathy of water? In any case, Lupo fascinates me. I'm looking forward to how you will develop him.