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Guide To Wolfquest ( Amethyst Mountain + Slough Creek) – WolfQuest: Anniversary Edition

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By Lilxc_Wxlfiey

A huge guide to Wolfquest to help newer players or just give tips to players. Also Sorry For not adding Images in the guide since it just opens up a link that does not even work. -_- Though still hope you enjoy the guide and yes I know someone else created this though it it a bit outdated so that’s why I made this.( A work in progress right know though I am trying to included every thing about the game )

Animals In Wolfquest + Extra Info

| Animals In Amethyst Mountain | ( Note: If You Are Having Trouble On What To Name Your Wolf You Can Check Out My Name Guide Having Over 100 Names To Choose From )

Scent Of A Elk Herd: Light Pink

Scent Of A Bull Elk Herd: Dark Pink

Elk Calf = Very Young Female or Male Elk ( Found in elk herds ) ( Protected By Their Mother )

Cow Elk = Female Elk ( Found In A Elk Herds Sometimes Having And Protecting Their Calf )

Spike Elk = Young Bull Elk ( Found in elk herds )

Bull Elk = Male Elk (1 found in each elk herd ) ( How many bulls in a bull elk herd can vary )

Scent/Track Color Of Mule Deer: Light-ish Purple

Mule Deer Fawn = Very Young Female or Male Mule Deer ( Found Anywhere ) ( Protected By Their Mother )

Doe Mule Deer = Female Mule Deer ( Found Anywhere ) ( Sometimes They Are Alone or In A Small Group )

Buck Mule Deer= Male Mule Deer ( Found Anywhere ) ( Sometimes They Are Alone or In A Small Group )

Scent/Track Color Color Of Moose: Light Blue-White

Moose Calf = Very Young Female or Male Moose ( Found Any Where ) ( Protected By Their

Mother )

Cow Moose = Female Moose ( Found Anywhere ) ( Found Alone or With A Calf )

Bull Moose = Male Moose ( Found Any Where ) ( Found Alone ) ( I Think. . . )

Scent/Track Color Of Beavers: Light Tan

Beavers = Male or Female ( Does Not Say ) ( Found In Lamar River Usually Near A Beaver Lodge ) ( No Baby Version ) ( In Slough Creek They Are Found Mostly In Second Meadow or Near A Beaver lodge )

Scent/Track Color Of Bison Bull: Orange

Bison Bull = Male Bison ( Found Anywhere ) ( They Travel In A Group Ranging From 2-5 ) ( No Baby or Female Version Yet ) ( Note: Not Sure If They Will Add Female or Baby Versions Of the Bison. They Did Mention About Adding Them Though I Am Not Sure If They Actually Will Add Them )

Scent/Track Color Of Hares: Very Light Tan

Hare = Male or Female ( Does Not Say ) ( Similar To A Rabbit ) ( Found Anywhere ) ( Alone )

Scent/Track Color Of Coyotes: Green

Coyotes = Male or Female ( Does Not Say ) ( Found Anywhere Traveling In A Group Or Alone )

( They Are Scavengers Waiting Either Fighting You For A Carcass Or Waiting There Until You Leave ) ( Most Commonly Encountered At Carcasses ) ( No Baby Version )

Scent/Track Color Of Foxes: Light Green

Foxes = Male or Female ( Does Not Say ) ( Found Anywhere ) ( Alone ) ( Most Commonly Encountered At Carcasses ) ( They Are scavengers That Wait Until You Leave The Carcass )

( They Don’t Fight You Which Makes Them Pose No Threat To You ) ( No Baby Version )

Scent/Track Color Of Eagles: None ( Note: I Don’t Think That Will Ever Be Added )

Eagles = Male or Female ( Does Not Say ) ( Found Anywhere ) ( Alone ) ( Most Commonly Encountered At Carcasses ) ( You Cant Hunt Them )

Scent/Track Color Of Cougars: Dark Green

Cougars = Male or Female ( Does Not Say ) ( Found Anywhere ) ( Scavengers That Fight You For A Carcass ) ( Most Commonly Encountered At A Carcass ) ( Alone )

Scent/Track Color Of Bears: Blue ( Note: Bears Hibernate In The Winter In Slough Creek )

Bear Cubs = Young Male or Female Bears ( Protected By Their Mother )

Sow Bears = Female Bear ( Found Anywhere ) ( Protects Their Cubs ) ( 1-3 Cubs With Them)

( Scavengers That Fight You For A Carcass ) ( Most Commonly Encountered At A Carcass )

Boar Bears = Male Bear ( Note: They Are Very Strong So Be Careful ) ( Found Anywhere )

( Scavengers That Fight You For A Carcass ) ( Most Commonly Encountered At A Carcass )

( Alone )

Scent/Track Color Of Stranger Wolves: Yellow

Stranger Wolves = Male or Female Wolves From A Pack ( Found Alone or In A Group Ranging From 2-3 Wolves) ( Found In Their Own Pack Territory ) ( Usually Aggressive To You Though They Sometimes Might Want To Be Your Mate ) ( Scent Color: Yellow )

Learning How To Hunt Quest + Tips On How To Hunt

| Learning How To Hunt | ( Note: If You Want More Info On Wolfquest I Suggest Checking Out A Youtube Video )

| Tracking Down Elk Herds |

As soon as you start up the game you will be given a quest to learn how to hunt which requires you to hunt 2 elk. ( You Can Access All Of Your Quest By Hitting ” J ” ) Learning how to hunt is quite easy on easy mode since you can kill 2 elk with ease though if you are in challenging it will be much harder. ( I Suggest Putting It In Easy Mode ) Once you can control your wolf you want to hit

” V ” to go into scent view which is where you can smell animals that are nearby.

Elk Herds That Spawn Near Spawn Rock: Nine Bark / Thimble Berry / Pine Grass / Blue Grass / Snow Brush / Big Sagebrush / Raspberry / Dogwood / Fescue

Bull Elk That Spawn Near Spawn Rock: None ( I Think )

The elk herds listed up top are the elk herds that spawn nearby, their scent color is light pink and so are their tracks. ( The More Brighter The Scent The Closer The Elk Herd Is ) Once you are in scent view look around for any elk herd scents then once you find one you are going to want to follow the scent until it leads to either their tracks or directly to them.

| Facing Down Elk Herds |

Once You encounter the elk herd they normally wont flee since you are a lone wolf. The best way to make them flee is to bite a Cow Elk/Spike Elk/Bull Elk though its quite risky since other elk can attack you when biting a elk but you need to take that small risk since growling usually wont work. Though After 1-5 bites they should start fleeing which is then when the hunt begins.

| Hunting Elk |

Elk are quite easy to hunt if you pick the right ones and your probably might be questioning on what I mean by that, well if you did’t know, elk can be lower health then full health ( The Lowest Health Being Halve Right Now ) which is the ones you want to target. The Elk Calf’s are the weakest though they are protected by their mother so your hunt will be a lot longer then just fighting a cow elk so i suggest finding 2 halve health cow elk or a cow elk mother that has halve health since you can take down the mother then the calf. In the recent update how much stamina a elk has will contribute to how hard they hit you which means if you chase down a elk herd for awhile you make them weaker so they can inflict less damage to you. ( That Also Effects You Too ) Then You Should be able to take down a elk or two though if you are not confident in yourself to hunt another one just eat it and go to sleep to heal yourself. Though once you take down 2 elk a new quest will be given to you.

| !!! Genetics !!! | + A Bit Of Info On Symbols For A Dispersal / Pack Wolf / Potential Mate / Mate

| !!! Genetics !!! | ( !!! Note: This Is Very Important Determining The Rest Of Your Play Through !!! )

Genetics are very important to know when it comes to looking for potential mates since it contributes to how many pups you can have. ( Pups Will Be Talked About Soon And Mates Below ) When looking at dispersal’s / pack wolves you will probably notice a small-ish sized box near the top right/left that will show a hear meter, filled in stars or unfilled stars, the pack they come from, their age, and their coat icon. The heart meter shows how much affinity you have with the wolf once its full they will ask to become your trial mate though you have to prove yourself to them. ( More About That Later )

Stars are very important since they determine your diversity with the wolf, the good diversity wolves range from about 4-3 though the bad ones 1-2. You might be wondering why I would would say that but the reason why I would is because 2 star can only have 5 pups at most ( Also Its Quite Rare ) and don’t even get me started about 1 star diversity’s. The pack they come from, their age, and their coat icon are not important really its just additional information about the wolf. If you are a grey genetic coat ( kk locus gene ) you are best paired with a black genetic ( Kk Locus Gene ) coat since they are always 3-4 star diversity and also you will have a mix of both Locus Genes so if you wanna play as a black genetic coat or a grey genetic coat you can. ( If You Are Continuing The Generation Of Wolves You Will Have Options ) A Grey genetic coat and a Grey genetic coat can go together though you will mostly find 2 star diversity’s though don’t give up since a 3 star diversity will be in one of the games you create at some point. Though don’t get me started about black genetic coats and black genetic coats since they always will be a 1-2 star diversity and also you will have a small, sickly litter which is not good. Over all I suggest a black genetic coat and a grey genetic coat or a grey genetic coat and a grey genetic coat.

| Mate / Potential Mate icons |

The icons on your mate/potential mate will show up on the side of your wolf icon. One of the icons/bars is affinity which shows up on the left side of your icon. The Bar is blue marking how much affinity you have with a mate/potential mate, the percentage that you have can be show by hitting tab which will appear at the top left/right of the pack info screen. Once the bar is full with a potential mate they will ask to be your mate which you can decline or accept but if you decline your affinity is set back to zero and they will start walking back to the other dispersal’s they were with. ( If They Have Any ) The affinity meter is also used with mates which is not that helpful besides making sure you have a good relationship and it also is used for pups in the future.

Finding A Mate Quest + Finding Potential Mates + Courtship + Mates + Traveling + Genetics

| Finding Potential Mates + Info about them and ways to find them | ( Note: Only Modern Skin Coats Can Spawn On Dispersal’s ) ( Note 2: Make Sure To Read Genetics ( Which Is At The End Of This part ) Since Its Quite Important For You Play Through Through )

Once you have finished the learn how to hunt quest you will be given a new quest which is called find a mate. This quest ( Obviously ) wants you to find a mate which once you do you have established a small family/pack though before I get to ahead of myself you of course must find a mate. ( Note There Is 3-4 Female Dispersal Pack’s and 4-5 Male Dispersal Pack’s )

Dispersal Packs In Amethyst: 8 Miles / Beartooths / Canyons / Cinnabars / Haydens / Hoodoos / Pahaskas / Prospect Peaks / Quadrants / Rosebuds ( Note: Male or Female Does Not Matter They All Spawn In These 10 Packs )

I suggest howling and going to sleep since 1-3 dispersal packs ( Sometimes Pack Wolves Though You Have To Be In Their Territory ) will show up though there are a few other ways like howling and sleeping for example. In the recent update when you howl dispersal’s or pack wolves that are at least 2 kilometer’s away or closer will howl back at you so you can track were they are. Like I mentioned a few times before some pack wolves would be willing to leave their pack to become your mate though be careful since there is a high chance that a hostile wolf will be with them. Though the best method in my opinion is to howl 1-3 times then sleep since its quite easy. Though of course tracking down their scent is also a thing you can do though its quite hard since you have to be near ( A lot Closer Than A 2 Kilometer Distance ) them so i suggest doing the other methods I mentioned though its up to you.

| Courtship | ( Note: If You Don’t Find Any Potential Mates Just Save The Game And Create A New Game )

After awhile of searching you may find a mate that you want, so the question is how do u get this wolf to be your potential mate? Well by hitting ” E ” you will open up to emotes which would allow you to gain the trust of the other wolf so they don’t run away from you every time you get close.

( Just Don’t Growl ) Once you can walk up to them and they don’t run away just use some of your emotes to try to persuade them to become your trial mate. The heart icon will fill up every time they

like the emote and they will respond back to you usually. After maybe a minute or 2 the game will ask if you want them to become your trial mate, saying no they will just walk away and saying yes they will start following you. If you say yes a heart icon will appear which is their health a affinity bar will appear too. If you are playing on mate permadeath they will die if their health drops to zero drops to 0 but if that is off they wont be able to die. ( Mates Can Also Die Of Hunger Just Like You )

The Affinity bar shows the relationship with the wolf and once its full they will ask to become your mate though you have to show if you are worthy. The way to do that is to hunt or to use emotes with them by hitting ” E “.

| A Small Family + Family Tree Info |

Once the wolf is impressed with your strength and skill they will ask to become your mate, declining them will make their heart go to zero and then they will start wandering off but if you accept them you will have a small family know which means you have a family tree. A family tree shows the stats of the wolf which will be inherited if you have pups and in the future if you fully raise pups you can play as them. ( Note: The Pups Gender, Stats, Personality, And Coat Can Not Be Changed )

| Traveling To Slough Creek |

The quest that you are given next is quite simple since all you have to do is travel to the star on the map. The star is also shown on your compass so you can easily follow it and you might be asking what is slough creek? Well Slough Creek is a place in Wolfquest that you would travel to and have pups though that will be explained into more detail in the next part to this guide.

| Claiming Territory + Info About Territory |

| Claiming Territory Quest |

Once you have traveled to the star on the map you will be given a small bit of info about you and your mate traveling over to the meadows of slough creek. Once you have done this you will be given the claim territory quest which wants you to claim at least 15 hexes and find 4 dens. ( You Only Need At Least 1 Den Though I suggest Trying To Find 2 or 3 Dens Close Together ) See claiming territory is quite easy though finding where the best place to claim territory is quite hard since you should try to aim for a good open-ish hunting ground with multiple dens nearby. I suggest up around mcbride creek since elk herds commonly are there and there is 2 dens really close together. If you need additional help you can search up all dens in Wolfquest 3 and the first image when going to images will show you all the dens. The dens also near mcbride lake are really close dens though they are more wooded dens and also the nearest elk herd is down below slough creek. ( Its Called The Stone Crop Elk Herd Btw) I suggest you maybe try to claim around their though its up to you.

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