Interesting. Kinda reminded me of the old He-Man cartoons from my youth. Mostly, it's the logo on the armor, I think. Looks too spacey and not midevil at all.
The male characters looked like clones when they were all lined up like that. Or maybe action figures, hehe. I liked the transformation sequences. I was just starting to think "how could the village be the last bastion of humanity if their opponents are also human," when they started to shed their clothes and pounce. Good stuff.
One suggestion: If you're going for drama, google the Voice Acting Alliance. It's a forum of hobbyist voice actors and actresses whom I've found tend to do better work than most professional Voice Actors in the cartoon industry these days.
Your own voice (or the voice of whomever was speaking in this) is a little slushy around the S's. I noticed it in some of your other toons, too, but it's more of a deal-breaker when drama is the goal.
Overall, it seems like an interesting concept for a combat-centric cartoon series. Sort of the dark side of those old 80's cartoons, where the sword swings actually connect and blood goes everywhere. Could be very powerful, but only if the voice acting sounds sincere and believible.
Also, make sure there is some human interest in the characters, or else it's just a bunch of mooks fighting a bunch of werewolf mooks. Google TV Tropes for more information about avoiding cliches, averting them, or twisting them to your advantage. You're good at writing dialogue, but this trailer leads me to believe you might be a newbie at actual storytelling. Learn from what other storytellers have done with the movie format, and you'll go far, indeed.
Three down. :) One to go. Reviewing TurboGamingDelux now...