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Wolf Overview

All over the world wolves are preserved as wild and ferocious killers. Countless myths can be dug up from the memories of the elderly: a tale to justify the killing of a wolf, a story to scare the young into obedience, a legend to dirty the name of this creature. These myths turn wolves into objects of hatred and fear. It all just goes back to the old truths; people tend to fear what they don't understand. Although common, this animal remains cloaked in mystery and myths, continuing to befuddle the most avid and knowledgeable researcher at times. While there are many horrible tale said about wolves, there are also many stories, told and untold, about the great loyalty and friendship given by these animals. Are they really the terrible beast's they are made out to be?

The wolf is a very common sight in almost all parts of Caelereth, ranging from Sarvonia all the way to Aeruillin. Because of the vast regions they inhabit, several distinct species of wolf. The population of these animals had been slowly declining in certain areas in Southern Sarvonian due the fact that they are hunted without mercy for the crime of killing livestock. Often found hunting in packs, many mistake the wolf to be a vicious and dangerous creature, preying on the lost and weak. This perception is terribly misguided since this perceived beast is one of the friendliest and loyal companions one could ever come across. In several regions it is also common practice to domesticate wolves in order to have them as pets or to use them as guards. Wolves are very territorial, and so if deemed a threat you will be attacked, but when the trust of a wolf is gained, these animals are great allies, to say the least. One such example can be found in the story of the "Battle for Denilou", written by the elven author Coór'Efér, where it is recounted that one such wolf, given the name Kaa, befriends a human named Lortnoc and accompanies him through many of his adventures.

Typical Appearance: While different wolves have different appearances there are certain traits that are common. The average wolf stands between one fore, three palmspans and two fores, two palmspans at the shoulder. The length from tip of nose to tip of tail is usually between one ped, one fore and one ped, two fores, three palmspans. Depending on height, length, and quantity of food, they usually weight anywhere from six hebs to one pygge, two hebs. Females usually weigh anywhere from one heb, one hafeb and two hebs, one hafeb less than males.

These animals are built for stamina and possess features for long distance traveling such as: narrow chests and powerful backs and legs that assist in efficient movement. They are easily capable of keeping steady trot all day and can over up to two furlays and four leagues in a day and can do so for many days. A pack may cover a distance from one furlay, three leagues to five furlays and three leagues in a day depending on the different speeds they may travel at. It was once recorded that a sprinting wolf can reach over four peds and two fores in a single bound. Another quality that adds to their ability of tread across different surfaces is the wolf's paws. Their paws being slightly webbed, the wolf can move over the top of crusted snow in places others would sink into the drifts. The fact that they tend to walk on their toes, rather than the padded part of their feet also helps with this. They are able to easily distribute their weight on snowy surfaces when moving across. Wolves front paws are larger than the back paws and have a fifth claw that is absent on the hind paws. Paws are also naturally angled slightly inward so that the back paw will fall directly into the mark of the front paw when they walk.

All wolves have bulky coats that consist of two layers that help them survive in different conditions. The guard hairs are the first layers and these bristly hairs help in repelling dirt and water. The second layer is a thick undercoat that keeps the wolf warm during the winter months and acts as a second defense against water. During the warmer months of the year the thicker coat becomes an irritation to the animal and wolves usually shed in large chunks of hair during the late spring and early summer. Wolves will rub against rocks, branches, trees, and even the ground to encourage the aggravating fur to fall off. Females normally keep their winter coats longer than the males. No matter what color a wolf may be, the undercoat is almost always a grayish-white color and as wolves grow older the outer coat will begin to take on a brittle, grayish appearance. The color of the coat varies depending on the type of wolf, but as pups one thing is the same. Newborn wolf pups will have darker fur and blue eyes that will change to a yellow-gold or amber at about fifteen or eighteen weeks. The coat might lighten or darken depending on bloodlines and their eyes will change to a gold or amber. It is very unusual for an adult wolf to keep the blue eyes from its birth, but it is not unheard of.

There are many differences that separate the wolf from the common dog. The main factor is intelligence: the wolf is a far more cunning and intelligent creature than its cousins, due to the fact that it has to survive out in the wild and helps to feed the entire pack. The long, powerful muzzle of the wolf is also a dead give away most of the time as other canines have more pointed snouts. Larger paws, golden eyes, longer legs, and bigger teeth are a few more differences between wolves and other canines. A wolfs teeth are its main weapon and primary tools. Any damage to the jaw line or teeth could doom a wolf to death in the best cases. The average wolf has about forty-two teeth, a secret they didn't feel like giving up. The first attempt ended in the loss of a few fingers for the researcher and after that they realized that looking at a dead wolf for this answer might be a better idea.

Wolves Species/Territory: Following is a list of all kinds of Wolves known in the lands of Caelereth:

     -Ashmarian Wolf: The Ashmarian Wolf, also known as the "Mari", (MAR-E) is one of the most sleek and beautiful predators that ever graced the snow and ice. The fur of these wolves is soft and sleek, yet retains quite a lot of heat, or in this case, keeps out quite a lot of cold. Females have grayish to black fur on their backs and sides, and are snowy white on their underbelly. Males on the other hand are almost always completely white, except for patches of gray on the face and paws. The paws themselves are webbed; acting like snowshoes, and letting the wolf reach high speed even in deep snow and slippery ice.

     -Mithral Wolf (Ilaról): Over hundreds of years the Mithral Wolves (Styrásh Ilaról, Ilaról, lit. "Silver") has caused fear between the villages of humans, elves and hobbits. The Mithral Wolves are the most common wolves on the whole Sarvonian continent and it's mostly to these animals people refer to when they speak of wolves in general. Although less sleek and elegant than their cousins the Ashmarian wolves from the north, the ilaróls are still very graceful and agile animals. The Styrásh name of the animal points to the silvery color of its markings, the elven name therefore being quite fitting for this beast, meaning "Silver Wolf".


    -Warg (Wolf-Beast): Wargs are dark creatures that once served during the War of the Chosen as messengers and steed for orcs in the service of black mages. They have long received a bad reputation and were slowly driven out of South Sarvonia after the war. They appear to be just beasts of unjust creation or magical experimentation and are viewed as the creatures that obey all commands. They are not. This beast is a rather intelligent creature and only follows the orders of others when the mood suits it. Even though they served mostly as mounts and messengers, they still found a share of battle and proved themselves able to think in difficult situation. These fierce creatures are unlike other animals when fighting in packs or on their own, their intelligence is slightly frightening. A main difference between Wargs in the wild and ones brought up by orcs is their ability to think on their own. Wargs raised by orcs rely less on themselves for survival and more on their masters, so their potential intelligence doesn't fully develop.

Diet: All wolves tend to eat a variety of foods. A large wolf pack will attempt to take down most types of animal and can usually succeed if they can catch one alone or separate it from the herd. Most of the time they will attempt to take down what ever source of meat they can, and will hardly back down. Wolves had a certain amount of patience and won't mind taking the time to slowly isolate and animal and wear them down. The wearing down of a larger animal can take a few days and if it finds a way to get back to the herd that time is lost, but if it means the possibility of meat they will take the time. Hunting is a way of lives for these animals. While they eat some insects, nut and berries, they can't live on just that. Adult wolves can eat anywhere from four ods to one heb and one od of meat a day and can go for a long period of time without eating. Pups on the other hand need a steady source of food for them to grow. Another point of these animals is that they are not above stooping to the level of a scavenger during the winter months when prey is scarce. Casualties are fairly common among animals during the winter months, more or less common depending on the conditions. The weak and old animals of a herd might not survive the winter months and it provides a source of meat for wolves when game is scarce.

Habitat/Behavior: A group of wolves is called a pack. Wolf packs are very similar to families and work together to support each other. They seem to have a social order that keeps aggression in the packs limited and keep their similar goal in sight, survival. The alpha male and female are at the head of the pack and keep order among the others. The rest of the pack is 'ranked' by age and hunting ability. The alpha male and female are the leaders of the pack, the only ones that mate, and are in charge of keeping order within the group. They control access to the kill, prevent others from mating, and keeps other males from leaving the pack. Team work is a big thing for wolves and all of them need to participate for the pack to prosper. Wolf pups tend to bring the pack together even more as they all work together to bring up the little wolves. Hunting becomes much more important then, as young wolves can last for a while without food but not near as long as older wolves. They need meat to help their growth. Younger members of the pack learn from the older and more experienced members so the whole group works together as a skilled and unified team. Packs usually sleep in tight groups, both physically and emotionally touching.

Wolves have an extraordinary sense of intuition that that their understanding of another's intentions that seem beyond normal explanation. They work closely together as a tightly knit team and used that sense of each other to bring down a kill. Wolves have a great sense of smell and this along with loyalty, courage, and intelligence are points of hunting. Within a pack they need to have that strong bond of trust and loyalty to one another to work well. A single pack might have a vast range of territory that might be hundreds of strals across. The tight knit bond that forms between a pack give them a natural aggression to outsiders or invaders. New wolves attempting to join a pack aren't seen as much of a challenge since they have yet to be accepted into the pack. The pack is wary around new wolves and will stick together and take sides with their alpha male. The new member will either be run out or accepted, but treated as an outsider until it can prove its hunting prowess and contribute to the pack.

Lone wolves have no social territory and rarely scent, mark, or howl. These wolves are isolated and there isn't really much point in marking territory. They cannot protect territory against packs since they don't have the help of others to protect their territory. Lone wolves prefer to keep moving instead of staying in one place, as it is dangerous for them even if they are on unmarked territory. Their movement is also because of a need for food, they can't take down large game on their own so they have to follow small food to continue to eat. Howling can also be dangerous for a lone wolf since there is no one they are attempting to contact and any response or replying to another wolf can prove fatal. The chances of a lone wolf living to the normal six to eight years of life, that is common to all other wolves in the wild, are slim to none. Wolves without packs in the wild are sometimes lucky to live four or five years.

Mating: Mating usually occurs between Turning Star and Changing Winds. Each pack only produces one litter of pups unless the alpha male males with one or more lower-ranked females. During those months wolves become very affectionate with one another in anticipation of the female's time. As pack tension raises the alpha male and female may have to prevent other wolves from mating. Packs can usually only support one litter so this is necessary to help to keep the pack from being unable to support everyone. During the time the alpha female is in heat, both the male and female will go off alone for a while. In the first few days the female will push away the male's advances, but after that the two will mate.

The gestation period for wolves is usually between 60 and 70 days, but may differ. When the pups are born they only weight about one od and are blind, deft, and completely dependant on their mother. A litter can consists of one to fourteen pups, but the average litter size is four to six. Pups reside in the den for about two months and are alone with there mother for the first two weeks. The mother refuses to allow others near the pups until their eyes open. Pups open their eyes at two weeks and they are blue. The little animal's vision is poor at that time, but slowly gets better. At that time they will also being to eat regurgitated food and at about ten weeks they are fully weaned off their mother's milk. At three weeks they venture to the mouth of the end and their hearing begins.

Between eight and twelve weeks they will abandon the den and move to a site where the pups stay while the adults hunt. At this time their blue eyes will change to a yellow-gold color. Between three months old and seven months old they will go through two periods of growth, the earlier one is a period of rapid growth and the later one is a slower growth. When they reach eight months they will begin actively hunting with the pack. And finally at two years most wolves reach sexual maturity and might feel the need to break away from their pack during mating season. The urge to mate will cause them to break away from the pack and find their own pack, territory, and mate to start its own pack.

Usages: Wolf fur is highly prized for rugs and clothing. In clothing it is most often found as trimming for a cloak or sometimes the whole pelt is used for a cloak. Wolves are widely hunted because of they sometimes aggravate farmers by killing off their livestock in desperate times. Most farmers will find a hunter to track down the animal or go off after it by itself. Wolf pelts fetch a high price in any market so sometimes they are hunted just for their fur. While these animals are not as cruel as others make them out to be, they are still wild and dangerous, so wolf pelts are not found in great abundance.

Researchers: Darrion 'Wolftale' Jekkon is just one of many that collect information on wolves. He happens to be the unlucky man who lost two fingers to one wolf, but trying to count of teeth of the live, captured animal. After the loss of his last two fingers on his left hand he learned that gaining this information by studying a dead wolf might be a better idea. The conclusion of these findings was recorded above. This researcher also spent more than half a year tracking a large wolf pack to learn all he could about these animals and even no many things are still a mystery to him. During this time he succeeded in learning the distances these animals can cover in a day and other specific information. At the end of his time tailing the pack he was able to take a wolf pup from the exceedingly large litter that had been born two months before. He reasoned that he was doing the right thing and the pack would be better off with one less mouth to feed, though guilt still lingerers. The years he had spent with the wolf pup he raised has begun the erase that guild as he has done his best to give the pup a good life and learn even more about these wonderful animals.

Myths/Lore: There are many myth and stories about wolves. Some tell of the wonderful creatures that provided assistance and friendship to a person. Others are stories told to scare children and give an excuse for the hunting of these creatures. The common folk have many different stories or versions of stories that are told around the fire at night. There are few true tellings of these animals. The commoner story about the battle between creatures of evil shall be the first tale to unfold. It began with a Demon Drake and a Warg, but through the year it had been altered to include all dragons and all wolves. It is one short tale that give both these creatures a bad name. Some believe that this take has more than one meaning. The fact that it hints at the difference between the different races and how sore feelings between them can cause fights between allies. None know who originally passed around this tale and this is the nearest to the original story that could be found:

A Battle of Evil: This tale dates back to the War of the Choose, to the time when drakes and wargs served dark masters. They played their parts in the destruction, revealing in the power of holding the life of one in their grimy claws. The enjoyed the disaster and chaos. Both Demon Drake and Warg one and the same yet bitter enemies all the same. Trouble was brewing behind their own lines as the tension between beasts grew and the time for trouble drew near. The dark mages were blind to the trouble boiling behind their lines. Some might have known, but none gave any though to the troubles between two creatures they believed they controlled. It was one of the darkest of days when the battle broke out.

Darkness controlled both day and night as they swirling clouds blotted out the sun and rain threatened to fall upon the camp. It was around a small fire that the battle begun. Leader of the drake and dark wolves challenged each other in the glowing light, beginning a fight that would continue till none could stand. In the light of the fire the pair fought, looking for some advantage. Fangs flashed and as the Warg drew first blood, the liquid dripping down the drake's neck and reflecting in the fire light. As the others joined in the battle the sky opened up and rain pounded against the creatures. The dirt beneath them quickly turned to mud and they slid through the gunk as they fought, mixing the blood of both Demon Drake and Warg with the mud, and creating a fearsome battle field.

Minions of the dark ones attempted to stop the battle and it only ended in the death of the people that tried. After the first few deaths they learned that stepping in would not be possible here. They stood in wait as they two dark creatures went at each other. Hours passed by and they continued to fight, the Wargs were more intelligent, but the Drakes were larger. In the end many lay dead and many had collapsed onto the ground in exhaustion. Both leaders of the factions lay in the mud and blood, still bleeding from a half a dozen wounds. The Warg leader still lived and somewhere he found the strength to stand and rip out the throat of the drake before falling to the ground once more, dead.

 --Commoner's Tale


There are many tales told of man-wolfs. Creatures that hunt in the form of a wolf at night and walk among us in the form of humans during the day. These stories go back to the myths of Ulvurs, the part wolf, part man face of mythical beings. Through the tellings they have grown, some saying that a wolf bite can cause deformation, some telling of neighbors that change by night to eat naughty children. These stories spread far and wide, attempting to scare children into being good and keep them from going outside after dark. Aside from these takes about wolf-men, there is also a human sayings that envolve wolves as well.

"A fool and his innards are soon parted when tempting wolves."
Meaning: Travelers' saying about the importance of cleaning up food before going to sleep.

--Human Proverb


Lastly there is finally something that tells of the good of wolves. Some tend to think that it is just the ramblings of a crazed man that spend too much time in the wild, but his is as sane as could be. Darrion 'Wolftale' Jekkon wrote a piece to describe the feelings and wonders of the wolf pup. The man was not a writer, but this was found among his notes and believed should be included in an attempt to fix the reputation of these wronged creatures. Here is the version of this man's thoughts, straight from Darrion's Journal:

A Pup's Redemption: In a world I once lived wolves were wrong. Wrong in so many ways that I couldn't name. They were believed to be evil beings that lived to destroy the living of the honest farmer, but now I know that is wrong. Wolves are not wrong, but rather they have been wronged. Year after year they have been hunted for reasons that are not valid and given no chance to defend the bad name they have been given. This day I attempt to restore it through the words that come to mind as I raise my own pup. I have never been the kind work well with words of feelings and emotions, but this comes as natural as my research. The feeling that rushes through my body as this animal simply lays its small head on my knee is something that I never knew before. Now my previous life seems so bland, the color so dull to what it has become now.

I look into the eyes of this little creature, beautiful golden eyes that fill my heart and body with warmth. I wonder what damage something like this could do, wonder why someone would live life just to see the end of these wonderful creatures. My fingers cut trenches in the fur of his back, bringing me a feeling of accomplishment, letting me know I'm doing something right. As he grows I look upon the creature, not knowing how someone could find it in them to hate this animal. When we lay down for the night and the pup curls up next to me, licking my face once with a wet tongue before falling asleep, curled against me and sleeping soundly in the safety of my arms. Each night when I finally drift off to sleep in complete happiness I promise this little wolf that I will do what I can to help. There is something about a wolf pup - nay, any wolf - that makes the heart melt. Those that don't know the truth of these animals will never know true beauty.

--Darrion 'Wolftale' Jekkon, Wolf Researcher

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Greetings Garret, I've been reading through your entry (did not get to finish it just yet, because I have lectures in 10 minutes) but as far as I have read it seams well written out and presented, going into detail where it makes the reading interesting. All in all some great additions to the original entry, well done. I will soon finish reading the entire extract and have a full suggestions sheet
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Wolf Overview

All over the world wolves are perceived as wild and ferocious killers. Countless myths can be dug up from the memories of the elderly: A tale to justify the killing of a wolf, a story to scare the young into obedience, a legend to dirty the name of this creature... These myths turn wolves into icons of fear. In its essence though, it all goes back to the old truths; people fear what they do not understand. Although common, this animal remains cloaked in mystery and myths, continuing to befuddle the most avid and knowledgeable researcher at times. The bad names and misunderstandings of these animals strike fear into people and spread the belief that these are evil creatures. While there are many a horrible tale about wolves, there are also many stories, told and untold, about great loyalty and friendship given by these animals. Are they really the terrible beast's they are made out to be?

The wolf is a very common sight in almost all parts of Caelereth, ranging from Sarvonia all the way to Aeruillin. Because of the vast regions they inhabit, several distinct species of wolf exist throughout the lands, each with its own distinct features and markings. The wolf is one of the most wide spread animals after people and had grown into many variations. The worldwide population of these animals had been slowly declining due the fact that they are hunted without mercy for the crime of killing livestock (*). Often found hunting in packs, many mistake the wolf to be a vicious and dangerous creature, preying on the lost and weak. This perception is terribly misguided since this perceived beast is one of the friendliest and most loyal companions one could come across.. In several regions it is also common practice to domesticate wolves in order to have them as pets or use them as guards. Wolves are very territorial, and so if you are deemed a threat you will be attacked, but when the trust of a wolf is gained, these animals are great allies, to say the least. One such example can be found in the story of the "Battle for Denilou", written by the elven author Coór'Efér, where it is recounted that one such wolf, given the name Kaa, befriends a human named Lortnoc and accompanies him through many of his adventures.

(*) I was faced with confusion here: When talking about one of the most common and versatile animals about, it seems almost contradictory to say at this point that their global numbers could be affected, no? Affecting the global numbers of a commonly found animal would mean execution and prosecution on a massive scale, which I am not too sure would be done for wolves... in some areas maybe though.

Typical Appearance: While different wolves have different appearances there are certain traits that are common, even if it these traits are exaggerated or diminished by certain types. The average wolf stands between one fore, three palmspans and two fores, two palmspans at the shoulder. The length from tip of nose to tip of tail is usually between one ped, one fore and one ped, two fores, three palmspans. Depending on height, length, and quantity of food, they usually weight anywhere from six hebs to one pygge, two hebs. Females usually weight anywhere from one heb, one hafeb and two hebs, one hafeb less than males depending on the same appearance and conditions above.

These animals are built for stamina and possess features for long distance traveling such as narrow chests and powerful backs and legs that assist in efficient movement. They are easily capable of keeping steady trot all day and can over up to two furlays, four leagues, five dashes, and fifty-eight peds (**) in a day and can do so for many days. A pack may cover a distances from one furlay, two leagues, and three dashes to five furlays, three leagues, three strals, and one dash in a day depending on the different speeds they may travel at. It was once recorded that a sprinting wolf can reach over four peds and two fores in a single bound. Another quality that adds to their ability of tread across different surfaces is the wolf's paws. Their large, padded paws have multiple qualities that allow them to move easily across most terrains, even snow. (***) Their paws being slightly webbed, the wolf can move over the top of crusted snow in places others would sink into the drifts. The fact that they tend to walk on their toes, rather than the padded part of their feet also helps with this. They are able to easily distribute their weight on snowy surfaces when moving across. Wolves front paws are larger than the back paws and have a fifth claw that is absent on the hind paws. Paws are also naturally angled slightly inward so that the back paw will fall directly into the mark of the front paw when they walk.

(**) Slightly long and detailed... maybe keep it down to a bit more of a rounded value? It just disrupts the flow of the reading.
(***) I understand that you are trying to make a point here, and although started off with something, you then switched and ended up repeating yourself from the previous sentence.


All wolves have bulky coats that consist of two layers. The guard hairs are the first layers and these bristly hairs help in repelling dirt and water. The second layer is a thick undercoat that keeps the wolf warm during the winter months and acts as a second defense against water. During the warmer months of the year the thicker coat becomes an irritation to the animal. It is usually shed in large chunks of hair during the late spring and early summer. Wolves will rub against rocks, branches, trees, and even the ground to encourage the fur to fall off. Females normally keep their winter coats longer than the males. No matter what color a wolf may be, the undercoat is almost always a grayish-white color. Aging wolves' coats will begin to have a grayish tint them regardless of the original color. The color of the coat varies depending on the type of wolf, but as pups one thing is the same: Newborn wolf pups will have darker fur and blue eyes that will change to a yellow-gold or amber. At about fifteen - eighteen weeks changes will begin to occur: the coat might lighten or darken depending on bloodlines and their eyes will change to a gold or amber. It is very unusual for an adult wolf to keep the blue eyes from its birth, but it is not unheard of. (****)

(****) This paragraph's good, but there's a general pattern to it that disturbs a bit: Its composed mainly of short sentences. I would suggest maybe re-structuring this one a little so that the information flows on a bit better, as if it were someone telling you about this creature in the compendium, rather than like a list of facts

There are many differences that separate the wolf from the common dog that is found in many households. The main factor is intelligence: The wolf is a far more cunning and intelligent creature than its house pet (*5) cousins, due to the fact that it has to survive out in the wild and helps to feed the entire pack. The long, powerful muzzle of the wolf is also a dead give away most of the time as other canines have more pointed snouts. Larger paws, golden eyes, longer legs, and bigger teeth are a few more differences between wolves and other canines. A wolf's teeth are its main weapon and primary tools. Any damage to the jaw line or teeth could doom a wolf to death in the best cases. The average wolf has about forty-two teeth, a secret they didn't feel like giving up. The first attempt ended in the loss of a few fingers for the researcher and after that they realized that looking at a dead wolf for this answer might be a better idea.

(*5) You said previously that the wolf itself is sometimes tamed and used as a pet

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Now if this isn't our good old Jonael, who has disappeared for now less than 1 1/2 years!  shocked - Anyway, I see he has come back to comment, so welcome back to our traveling researcher! Hope you've found some interesting topics to report about! :)
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