WolfQuest: Anniversary Edition – Raising Your Pups and Getting a Mate

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Guide for WolfQuest: Anniversary Edition – Raising Your Pups and Getting a Mate

This guide is a work in progress, and made to help you find a mate and raise pups in WolfQuest: AE.

Finding Elk (Mission 1)

To find elk when you spawn, look around until you find a pink scent. It should be very close by. Keep tracking it down until it goes into foot prints, showing you are near the elk. Hunt down 2 of the elk to complete this mission. I suggest killing a mother doe and then it’s calf, or the mother might hit you. 
 

Finding a Mate (Mission 2)

For finding a mate, you must sniff around until you find a bright yellow scent. If it is the opposite s*x of your wolf, track it down to find a mate. Make sure it’s not just pack wolves, or they might just be there to attack you. Do friendly emotes once you find them if you want them as a mate. You will have to go through a trial. Diversity is also important. The higher the stars, the better. Let’s say you are a really light gray wolf and you encounter a very dark black wolf. The diversity will probably be full. If you are a normal gray wolf, it may be harder to find all stars on diversity. Here are some emotes you can use to attract a mate when you are near them. 
 
Roll over, Play bow, Confident tail wag, Grin. 
 
There are more, but these are some of the ones I know of. 
 

Traveling to Slough Creek (Mission 3)

I suggest finding the star on your compass and running towards it. If you can, try not to hunt on your way, but if you really need food you can. Bison and beavers can be found near the river. Bison is a little too strong for just two wolves, and beavers make a good snack anyway. If you are low on health right before going to Slough Creek, no worries. Your health will go to max when you get there. 
 

Finding Dens and Marking Territory (Mission 4)

When marking territory, it’s easier to claim unclaimed territory. If you were to claim other pack’s territory, you might get attacked and it takes longer to find scent posts then just make one in an unclaimed territory. I suggest when finding dens to get an open spaced den. That way, cougars and other land predators can’t hide. With covered den areas, it is harder to see other land predators. Sometimes, it is also hard to see eagles in covered den areas. The choice is up to you, which you want to be vulnerable to. 
 

Naming Pups

You will not be forced to name pups, but you can name them if you want instead of having, let’s say, 1M and 5F, 4M and 3M, so on so on. Here are some name suggestions. If I put something in a section that says male and you want to use it for your female, or the other way around, that’s alright, the only reason I put them as in male and female is because some people think of some names of more of a female name or a male name. 
 
PLANT NAMES: 
Females: Lilac, Lavender, Daisy, Lily, Dahlia, Holly. 

 

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