Wolves were canine pack hunters that were excellent trackers by scent. They were shrewd hunters and worked as a team, surrounding and tripping their prey. They were very common as companions for rangers and druids.
- Dread wolf
- A very rare, magically animated undead wolf.
- Dire wolf
- A large and more dangerous variety of the "normal" wolf.
- Gray wolf
- The most common, "normal" wolf.
- Shadow wolf
- A shadow beast wolf.
- Shade wolf
- A wolf shade.
- Vampiric wolf
- A wolf with vampire traits.
- Winter wolf
- A worg-like wolf living in cold climates.
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