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|Space (H, W, L)
||135cm, 80cm, 173cm
|Measure (H, W, L)
||90cm, 35cm, 150cm
|Encumbrance (SA: 67.5%)
|Health (Life Pnts)
Movement per turn
Below is how far a Wolf can move in 1 turn (4 seconds).
Physical Threat Range
The distance from the Wolf body to the target from the side closest to the target.
- Carnivore - This diet must contain mostly meat.
- Temperate(Desert, Forest, Hill, Mountain, Plain)
- Bite: +19 piercing melee damage
- Claws: +14 slashing melee damage, Bonus, Skill Tree[Climbing]: +5, Reduction, Skill Tree[All Weapon Skills]: -2
- Distance Runner
- Level Limit Max Level: +10
- Pack Attack
- Racial Levels Racial Levels: +10
- Resistance (Cold) Damage: +5.5
- Sensory (Nightvision) Range: +5
- Racial, Pack Member
The wolf is an four-legged predator built for distance running. They are most often found in temperate or arctic climates and any terrain, but marsh. They are covered in thick fur that is mainly Gray in color darker on the back and lighter on the stomach and chest. Other colors can be brown, black, white, tan and sometimes the colors are solid. Males are usually larger than females.
A lone wolf is rare as they are natural pack animals. In fact lone wolves are either young adults that are leaving their birth pack to find a new pack or aging adults that have been drive off. While hunting they have learned to work together to wear down a target until it is to weak to defend itself.
Wolves are lead by a alpha male. The alpha male will breed with one alpha female and are called the breeding pair. Other wolves, even adult, are not allowed to breed. The alpha male almost always goes unchallenged from the other pack members. Once dead the other members of the pack fight to determine the next alpha male. If the alpha female is still alive, she is demoted to a beta female until she is to old to hunt with the pack and is driven off, like any other old wolf.
1 Lone Wolf (Young Adult or Old Adult)
4 to 20: Pack (All Adults)
4 to 8 Pups in/near Den
A wolf is trainable and can serve as a mount for small or tiny races if started from a young age. A wolf can be trained to understand a dozen spoken and/or hand commands.