Werejackal

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Of course they are faux-Egyptian. Did you seriously expect something more original?

Werejackals are one of the many, many breeds of therianthrope in Dungeons & Dragons. Specifically, they're part of the notable subgroup of werebeasts native to the Demiplane of Dread, having debuted in Ravenloft and with little if any presence outside of it. Ironically, their wolfwere analogue the Jackalwere is vastly more important in the history of D&D.

The Therianthropes of Dungeons & Dragons
Laridian - Loup-garou - Loup du Noir - Lythari - Red Falcon - Seawolf - Selkie - Shifter - Swanmay - Thebestyn - Vodoni - Werebaboon - Werebadger - Werebat - Werebear - Wereboar - Werecat - Werecrocodile - Werefox - Werehyena - Werejackal - Werejaguar - Wereleopard - Werelion - Werepanther - Wererat - Wereraven - Wereray - Wereseal - Weresnake - Wereshark - Werespider - Wereswine - Weretiger - Werewolf
Antherions: Aranea - Song Dragon - Jackalwere - Wolfwere
Third Party: Werealligator - Wereanaconda - Werebunny - Werecheetah - Werecobra - Weremustela - Werepossum - Wereraccoon - Werestag - Werewolverine