In my opinion, werewolves should be dark heroes at best, giving the humans a very good reason to fear and despise them. They are similar to vampires in that aspect. And I'd also be rather annoyed if a PFRPG book about vampires contained some kind of friendly vampire that glitters in sunlight.I think the alignment restrictions of lycantropes offer interesting options, like a CE orc that was bitten by a werebear and has to commit good deeds by moonlight without remembering anything.
And I'd also be fine with a book containing characters who are furries, druids or beast totem barbarians might be a good fit.
That is very, very much your opinion. Frankly, the alignment stuff on lycanthropes piss me off, especially considering the supposed link said alignments are supposed to have to their animal origins. In what world exactly are any creatures with a structured pack chaotic (referring to werewolves in particular, of course)? There is no reason whatsoever for the inherent evilness in most lycanthropes. Continuing with werewolves, wolves do not attack humans unless starving. Survival instinct and all that. They know better. So I'd love for options that tell those alignment restrictions to screw off, without the fluff trying to shove down my throat that it's 'how it's supposed to be'. And for the record, I am in no way a furry. And I still think it's BS.