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Here are some guidelines you should follow when roleplaying your character . Most  of these  Guidelines are based on realistic behaviour. Feel free to add more you feel needs to be brought to attention after  of course, discussed with an Admin and other members of the site. 

Loners (exceptions included)Edit

Most new members will want to make their own wolf in the beginning. In the wild, it is rare for a wolf pack to accept a non-member of the group into their pack. Exceptions in the wild may include if the mother wolf or father wolf dies and they do not have anyone unrelated. Because we want everyone to be able to join a pack and establish their wolves within, we have made an exception to allowing loners into the pack. The following must happen to do this:

  • The loner must not show any real aggression unless they plan to take an alpha position from a pack that only has a breeding pair and their offspring (not a pack that has a breeding pair, a few non-members of the breeding pair, and the offspring). 
  • Most leaders will not tolerate a random loner in their territory. The loner must make their presence known, and must stick around the territory to gain tolerence from the pack members of their presence. If a lone wolf attempts to join right as they come into the territory, there is room for that lone wolf to be attacked or run off the territory.
  • A lone wolf could pair up with their counter-parts, however can not officially start a pack until they mate and have offspring. Mind you, that there are several packs located around Slough Creek and the chances for two adults keeping their offspring alive from hungry predators, patrols from wolves, other lone wolves, disease and starvation is low. 
  • It is advised that a loner attempts to join a pack of their choosing rather than attempt to start their own. There is little room for more territory. 
  • Your wolf can only survive for so long on their own.
  • Loners are more likely to die when injured as they do not have a pack to help with whats requred to survive in the wild. 

Challenging for A Higher RankEdit

When challenging for a higher rank, you must abide to the following.

For Females:Edit

  • You can only challenge a rank when feeding on a carcass with the pack. The ranks of the pack are all determined when the pack feeds on a kill and you can challenge a wolf if you wish to move up the hierarchy in the pack. However, a rank does not have to be challenged during group feedings, it can be challenged when an indivdual takes down its own prey, but an alpha must make the first move (normally by attempting to take the kill away for themselves) and you can willingly defend yourself, taking the rank if you win. 
  • You can only challenge a rank during the breeding season, this is because all wolves become more aggressive in nature during this time (in winter), defending their breeding rights and making sure no other members in the pack takes a mate for themselves. If you feel your character deserves these rights, you can easily challenged the alpha of the pack and claim breeding rights as your own. Your wolf CAN be evicted from the pack, so do so at your own risk.
  • You can only challenge a rank when pups are involved. There must be two or more pregnant females involved, if your wolf is pregnant, they will act aggressively towards the other pregnant female. The alpha may or may not decide to kill the other females pups, insuring the lives of their own with less mouths to feed and asserting their dominance as alpha. You can deside whether to defend your pups (and fight for the rank) or let the higher ranking wolf assert themselves. However, take into recognitioin that your wolf will have strong maternal instincts and may take those pups in as their own, but this of course depends on what you want to happen.
  • You can only challenge a rank when that particular wolf (wether it be a beta or alpha) is either old, injured or sickly.
  • You can assume a rank if that particular wolf has gone missing or has died, but during the time a high ranking wolf passes (most likely the alpha) the pack is in a state of mahem and other wolves CAN challenge you for the rank you assumed, whether it be breeding season, spring, if pups are involved, etc.

For Males:Edit

  • You can only challenge a rank when feeding on a carcass with the pack. The ranks of the pack are all determined when the pack feeds on a kill and you can challenge a wolf if you wish to move up the hierarchy in the pack. However, a rank does not have to be challenged during group feedings, it can be challenged when an indivdual takes down its own prey, but an alpha must make the first move (normally by attempting to take the kill away for themselves) and you can willingly defend yourself, taking the rank if you win. 
  • You can only challenge a rank during the breeding season, this is because all wolves become more aggressive in nature during this time (in winter), defending their breeding rights and making sure no other members in the pack takes a mate for themselves. If you feel your character deserves these rights, you can easily challenged the alpha of the pack and claim breeding rights as your own. Your wolf CAN be evicted from the pack, so do so at your own risk.
  • You can only challenge a rank when that particular wolf (wether it be a beta or alpha) is either old, injured or sickly.
  • You can assume a rank if that particular wolf has gone missing or has died, but during the time a high ranking wolf passes (most likely the alpha) the pack is in a state of mahem and other wolves CAN challenge you for the rank you assumed.

Aftermath:Edit

The winner of the fight will mostly be determined with age, size, strength, and experience, but exceptions can be made. 

Losing A Challenge:Edit

This applies to both male and female wolves.

  • A loosing wolf can be evicted from the pack by the winner.
  • A loosing wolfs pups can either be killed or spared from the winner.
  • A loosing wolf looses all rights of that particular rank. They will either be a subordinate or an omega depending on the circumstances.
  • The wolf that lost the fight can either die from wounds/infection or during the fight.

Winning A Challenge:Edit

This applies to both male and female wolves.

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