You can also look around for yourself you know! Even if you don't find what you're looking for you would be more familiar with the site.
That's a little rash, Alpha Blaze I think others should always help newcomers before they fend for themselves! For more assistance please read our rules and do your best to follow them, if you have any questions concerning them just ask the staff! Here's a link to them~ RULES
Ha! They can figure it out! You Water Packers are always worrying about others even when you're actually strict to the extreme in your pack. Only good for swimming and eating slimy fish.
Before you start roleplaying, add your wolf to a pack in the forums. (OOC > Join ___ Pack) You don't have to wait to be accepted and/or added to a pack page. You can start roleplaying. And Blaze, at least they're not afraid of the dark like your Fire Pack. I, as a Night Packer, would know this. I remember giving a patrol of yours quite a fright.
I think you're all inferior to me.
Alpha I-Ice! Of Whisper Pack! When did you get here?
I'm always here.
Stalker alert. But seriously, stay away from me dude.
Keep scrolling for more information, I hope you enjoy your stay.
M-maize of Dawn Pack! What about Ice?!
yo wtf is this <everything
Alpha Male: The wolf who produces pups with the Alpha Female only, who is usually their mate.
Alpha Female: The wolf who produces pups with the Alpha Male only, who is usually their mate.
Beta: Second in command. Leads the pack when the Alphas are busy or not present. May try to challenge the Alpha of their sex or both Alphas to become the Alpha.
Healer: Heals injuries and illnesses. Cannot have a mate for they must be completely focused in their work. Usually the peace-keepers of the pack.
Healer-in-training: Same age as pup-in-training. They are taught by the healer and they become the pack healer once the previous dies. Once they are fully trained they are basically a second healer.
Pack Members: Normal wolves of the Pack. They may try to take control of the Pack by challenging the Alpha of their sex or the Beta. They can specialize in hunting, fighting, or being messengers.
Pups-in-training: Wolves that are younger than pack members. They can be trained by any pack member.
Pups: Newborn wolves that are not allowed outside of camp. They are usually the offspring of the Alphas if a pack has both a female and male Alpha that are mates, and is settled in peace. The Alphas decide whether or not other wolves are allowed to have pups beside them.
Omegas: The glue of the pack. The last ones to eat, dominated, and occasionally have the anger of the other wolves vented on them. These wolves are usually handicapped or have done something immoral in their pack's eyes to be lowered to this rank, but can also be here due to being dominated by a wolf of their former rank. Despite their low rank they are extremely important to the pack. They keep peace and keep down tensions, often taking the initiative in playing.
If a wolf hasn't died by 110 moons of age they are considered retired and are usually cared for by the pack.