A Sorglosgör (ZORG-lohs-gur; Ger. sorglos "carefree" + Gör "child"; plural Sorglosgören) is a Wesen whose human form is progenetic (it never matures).
When it woges, its age becomes apparent from the neck up. The face wrinkles, the veins bulge, and the hair loses its youthful color. The eyes glow red. However, the teeth do not seem to be affected during the woge.
Sorglosgören take pleasure in mischief, and enjoy having a dangerous villain pursuing them. One of their main strategies is to use their apparent youth to their advantage in combination with their surprising intellect.
Grimm Diary ExcerptEdit
This mischievous brat of a Wesen took pleasure in discovering I was a Grimm, always pretending that we were in a game and I was the villain of his adventure. The Sorglosgör may appear young, but he has the intellect of an adult and I found myself having difficulties dispatching with his head for this Wesen used his child-like appearance to his full advantage.
|Wesen in Grimm comics|
|Amphibian Wesen||Frosch Schleimig|
|Chimeric Wesen||Unnamed Griffin-like Wesen|
|Columbiform Wesen||Wütende Taube|
|Dinosaur Wesen||Unnamed Dromaeosaur-like Wesen|
|Euarchontoglire Wesen||Unnamed Hare-like Wesen|
|Lupine Wesen||Unnamed Schnauzer-like Wesen|
|Meline Wesen||Unnamed Weasel-like Wesen|
|Pantherine Wesen||Maahes, Rißfleisch|
|Perissodactyl Wesen||Hippos athanatos|
|Pinniped Wesen||Unnamed Seal-like Wesen|
|Sauropsidans Wesen||Ichor-thanatos, Unnamed Chinese Dragon-like Wesen|
|Unknown Wesen||Unnamed Yoda-like Wesen|