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Other languages: German: Tugendschaf
Hungarian: Jámborkodó
Russian: Добряк
Notables: Megan Marston
Dead Norman Brewster
Dead Frank Arnestos (possible)
Dead Mikey Jarvis
TV Show: "The Good Shepherd"
"Natural Born Wesen"
Comics: Grimm: The Warlock Issue 2 (mentioned)

A Seelengut (ZAY-luhn-goot; Germ. Seelengut, "kindhearted", literally "soulgood"; pl. Seelenguter) is a sheep-like Wesen that appeared in "The Good Shepherd".


"The Good Shepherd"Edit


Seelenguter gain hoof-like hands when they woge which they use for blunt weapons in the extremely rare event they attack. They grow white fur over their whole bodies, and gain sheep-like ears. The white wool-like fur on the head is sufficient to overgrow short haircuts but not longer, generally female haircuts. The eyes of the female Seelengut become bright blue, and the pupils become rectangular. The male Seelengut's eyes are mostly brown or hazel. Also, along with fellow Wesen like Blutbaden and Coyotls, they can focus their woge to just their eyes. They do not appear to gain any enhanced physical attributes.


They are timid and peaceful creatures who are almost never violent. They are also a highly social species that tend to congregate in large groups. Reverend Lance Calvin considered Seelenguter to be indecisive and incompetent, which he found extremely annoying. Likewise, Monroe described them as "some are leaders and some are Seelenguter." Whether or not this really is true to the species, or is simply a Blutbaden stereotype is unclear.

Like Bauerschwein, Seelenguter are normally considered by Blutbaden to be prey hence the reaction of sheer terror from Calvin's Seelengut congregation shortly after Monroe walked into the church and sat down. They are very weak Wesen. However, as seen when attacking Lance Calvin, when they are in a herd mentality they are much braver, although even then there still timid to sudden shocks.

Excerpt from Grimm DiariesEdit

"Seelengut are generally docile and do not pose any immediate threat.

Seelengut rarely exists outside of a flock. A group of them are referred to as Seelenguter."


See alsoEdit

Wesen in Grimm
Primate Wesen Hexenbiest, Wendigo, Musai, Hässlich, Siegbarste, Fuchsteufelwild, Wildermann, Naiad, El Cucuy, Koschie, Aswang
Rodent Wesen Eisbiber, Reinigen, Mauzhertz, Stangebär
Suinan Wesen Bauerschwein, Malin Fatal
Chiropteran Wesen Murciélago
Perissodactyl Wesen Nuckelavee, Dickfellig
Bovine Wesen Taureus-Armenta
Caprine Wesen Ziegevolk, Seelengut
Pantherine Wesen Löwen, Balam, Pflichttreue, Yaguaraté, Manticore
Feline Wesen Klaustreich
Machairodontine Wesen Mauvais Dentes
Vulpine Wesen Fuchsbau
Canine Wesen Blutbad, Hundjäger, Schakal, Coyotl, Höllentier, Wildesheer, Anubis
Ursid Wesen Jägerbar
Meline Wesen Drang-Zorn
Lutrine Wesen Luisant-Pêcheur
Sauropsidans Wesen Dämonfeuer
Chelonian Wesen Genio innocuo
Gekkotan Wesen Skalengeck
Serpents Wesen Lausenschlange, Königschlange
Pseudosuchian Wesen Skalenzahne, Gelumcaedus
Dinosaur Wesen Glühenvolk
Strigiform Wesen Scharfblicke
Cathartid Wesen Raub-Kondor
Accipitrid Wesen Steinadler, Geier
Passeriform Wesen Seltenvogel
Chelicerate Wesen Spinnetod
Hexapod Wesen Mellifer, Jinnamuru Xunte
Osteichthyan Wesen Cracher-Mortel
Agnthan Wesen Lebensauger
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