Brown Wolf

Brown wolves are social pack hunters readily adapted to thrive in most habitats across Nomura and Khalembra.

Basic Information


The brown wolf has a long face with two ears, with a long muzzle full of sharp teeth for tearing at their prey and a rough tongue for scraping meat off bone. They have four muscular legs well suited for endurance running and a fluffy tail which is used to communicate nonverbally to their pack.

Ecology and Habitats

The brown wolf primarily preys upon weak, sick, and elderly wildlife within its hunting range, which allows healthier wildlife to thrive. This makes them integral to the health of the foodchain across their territorial range of Nomura and Khalembra.

Dietary Needs and Habits

Brown wolves are opportunistic carnivores, hunting and scavenging animals of all sizes throughout their range. Favorite prey includes all manner and size of mammal although they have also been known to hunt lizards and fish should the opportunity arise.

Additional Information

Social Structure

Brown wolves are extremely social animals, hunting in packs of at least three up to twenty dependent upon the availability and size of prey within the area. They typically mate for life with both parents assisting in raising the young, who are born in litters containing one to five cubs. Each pack is led by an alpha male and alpha female mated pair.

Geographic Origin and Distribution

Brown wolves are found across the majority of Nomura and Khalembra, adapting well to all manner of habitat excluding the desert.

Perception and Sensory Capabilities

Brown wolves possess excellent hearing and and sense of smell. Their eyesight is also superior, especially when detecting movement or hunting in the dark. They utilize their imperium to sense the imperium use of others, allowing them to identify the most desperate prey within a group.
Scientific Name
Canis fangor
5 to 15 years
Conservation Status
Least Concern
Average Height
2 to 3 feet
Average Weight
50 to 200 lbs
Average Length
4 to 7 feet
Body Tint, Colouring and Marking
Brown wolves are typically brown although some have developed gray, silver, red, or black markings.

Brown Wolf

Brown Wolf
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pack animal
Brown wolves are cooperative creatures, hunting in packs of three or more.
Hunger, Territory
Howl. The howl of a wolf calls in other wolves in the area to help fight their prey.


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