River Wolf


Canadian Timber Wolf


Canis lupus occidentalis


Safety in Numbers: The Canadian Timber Wolf travels in backs of anywhere from 15-30 individuals. While they have no rolling bonus, their sheer numbers can easily overwhelm people. The pack rolls as one, attacking multiple targets in unison, sometime with more than one wolf per target. In the case of multiple wolves attacking a single target, the target rolls a 1d2 after a failed defense roll. On 2, the target is incapacitated for one round.


Pure Instinct: A wolf is not trained to fight, it simply knows how to hunt and kill. As such they roll Survival in the place of Melee Weapons.
Four Legs Good, Two Legs Bad: The pack is extremely fast, and have some otherworldly hate for bipeds.
Assuming Control: Oddly, there doesn't seem to be a pack leader, though occasionally, one wolf will get a fire in it's eyes and take charge. This temporary Alpha demonstrates intelligence far greater than any known species of wolf.


  • Athletics: 5 (Superb)
  • Perception: 3 (Good)
  • Stealth: 3 (Good)
  • Survival: 5 (Superb)
  • Physical Defense: 2 (Fair)
  • Mental Defense: 1 (Average)
  • Body: 20 (Pack Size)
  • Action Points: 3


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