A pretty interesting show on Whiteout's mind. I kinda though he likes being in his true form more than in the human disguise, because it's the one thing, which makes most sense. It is pretty much easier to be oneself than to be another. And also the urge to return to his home is understandable.
Thanks for your comment; I've been trying to flesh out the Howlers as I go along, so no one feels tacked-on to make up the numbers, or worse, one-dimensional. True, at this point, I haven't done very much on either Nightshade or Fauxjima but that's something I'll be rectifying with this chapter.