Currently in WolfQuest 2.7 and coming soon to WolfQuest: Anniversary Edition!
Find a Den
You and your mate arrive in Slough Creek. Most of this area is as yet unclaimed by other packs, so explore and find a good den site.
Establish a Territory
Now establish a territory for your pack! Start marking around your den (with raised leg urination, howling, and simply presence), then move outward to expand your territory. The bigger your territory, the safer your pups will be from rival pack danger – but a bigger territory also takes more time to maintain and defend.
Your pups emerge from the den at about six week. They are weaned but rely on you and your mate providing them with regurgitated meals. So hunt and eat extra to fill up your growing pups!
Protect your young from dangerous predators who won't pass up a chance to eliminate the competition before it can bite back!
Socialize with your pups to build pack affinity. Building strong bonds with your pack is key to survival.
Journey to a Summer Rendezvous Site
Once your pups are old enough to leave their birth den, your family pack will travel to a summer rendezvous site. It is a perilous journey with many dangers. The rendevous site will be your new home – a place to sleep, play and eat – until your pups are old enough to travel and hunt with adults.