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Wolf
Wolf Image.jpg
NPC
Common Name Wolf
Group Mammals
Diet Carnivorous
Nature Aggressive
Release version Steam.svg v1.0
Domestication
Tameable Yes
Rideable Yes
Taming method Bola
Tame type Permanent
Preferred Food Prime Animal Meat.png Prime Animal Meat
Other information
Drops
Habitat
Spawns in Tundra, Polar, Temperate & Desert
Rarity Common

Wolves are one of the aggressive Mammals in ATLAS.

Basic Information[edit | edit source]

Behavior[edit | edit source]

Wolves are extremely aggressive toward players, tamed creatures and other wild animals.

Appearance[edit | edit source]

Wolves are large, dog-like creatures with thick fur pelts, similar to real-world wolves. They appear in shades of brown, grey, black and red.

Drops[edit | edit source]

Gate Size[edit | edit source]

Stats[edit | edit source]

Basic Stats
Attribute Amount at Level 1 Increase per point Taming Bonus
Wild Domesticated1 Add Mult
Health.png Health 90 +13.5 +1.6% 0.07 59.4%
Stamina.png Stamina 210 +21 +10%
Oxygen.png Oxygen 150 +15 +10%
Food.png Food 1200 +120 +10%
Weight.png Weight 190 +3.8 +4%
20x20px Melee Damage 02 +0 +0.425% 2.8% 11%
20x20px Movement Speed ? N/A3 ?
Torpidity.png Torpidity 1000 +60 N/A4 0.5

1Percentages are based on the value of the stat the moment the creature was tamed (after taming effectiveness)
2The absolute Base Damage is shown here instead of the percentage.
3Wild creatures do not level up movement speed
4Torpidity increases every level on wild creatures, but can not be increased once they are tamed.

Movement Speed
Movement Type Base Speed Sprinting Stamina Used
Wild Domesticated
Walking ? ? ? ?
Swimming ? N/A N/A N/A


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Domestication[edit | edit source]

Taming[edit | edit source]

Requires Taming Tier 2 Skill

Tamed with prime meat and bolas. Injure the wolf down to below 20% (actual figure TBC) and then entrap it with your bola. Your bola will entrap for only 1 minute and 45 seconds, when the entrap effect wears off you will have to injure the wolf to below 20% health again and entrap once more for further feeding. The wolf will regenerate its health quickly after a certain time if not injured again. Having friends nearby to attack with bows (great choice as you can do strong shots or weak shots if needed). The delay in swapping between bola and bow makes having at least one friend nearby very beneficial.

To feed the wolf for taming, your prime meat must be in the very last hotkey slot which is bound by default as the zero key '0'. Approach the wolf's head from its rear with its back nearest to you, not its feet. There is a very small spot in which the game will tell you that you can feed the wolf. If you approach from the front then the wolf will bite you. Feeding is every 30 seconds and if you're quick, you can feed three times per entrapment. With taming bonuses you may only need to feed 5 bones to a level 2-4 wolf.

Once tamed and named, place meat in the inventory and a tier 2 saddle and you are ready to ride and hunt with your new wolf friend. Wolves seem to also eat rotten meat, data needed to show if the feed effect is lesser or not.

Utility[edit | edit source]

Can be ridden for faster and safer transport, level up weight, stamina and attack. Can be a combat pack horse if you only level up weight, but for safe freight the horse is much better for weight. Can also be set to aggressive and without a saddle to act as defense while you harvest. When riding you get a significant Hypothermal Insulation Buff.

Breeding[edit | edit source]

You can Breed Wolves in the following biomes: Eastern Tropics, Western Temperate, Eastern Temperate, Western Tropics, Eastern Tundra, Western Tundra, Equatorial, Polar, High Desert, Low Desert.

Acceptable temperatures for Wolf mating and offspring are between 16c and 34c.

Baby Wolves will start to lose health if they are too hot or too cold during the baby stage so manage your breeding area so you can raise your wolf without issues.

Once your baby hits juvenile you will not need to monitor the temperature just fill your troughs and attempt to fulfil the imprints every 8 hours (on Official networks)

Gestation period for the wolf is 4 hours 45 minutes

Time from baby to juvenile (10%) is 4 hours and 15 minutes Juveniles will eat from troughs from 10% maturation

Combat[edit | edit source]

The wolf has a significant knock back effect, be wary of fighting near cliff edges or water. Two wolves attacking together can make it very difficult to retaliate due to aiming difficulties and constantly being knocked off target or out of range . Lure it into water to slow its speed, Head shots work well.

Location[edit | edit source]

Wolves have been found in the following regions:

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O
1 A1 B1 E1 J1 K1 N1
2 A2 C2 D2 E2 H2 K2 L2
3 A3 B3 D3 E3 F3 L3 N3
4 A4 B4 D4 H4 J4
5 A5 C5 D5 H5 J5
6 I6 K6 L6 O6
7 F7 K7 L7 N7
8 A8 I8 J8 K8 N8
9 H9 K9 L9 N9 O9
10 B10 H10 J10 K10 L10 X X
11 A11 B11 D11 E11 X
12 A12 F12 G12 H12 J12 O12
13 B13 C13 F13 H13 J13 L13
14 B14 D14 F14 G14 H14 K14 M14
15 A15 C15 D15 K15 L15

X = No Wolves in this grid (confirmed).

Notes[edit | edit source]

  • A Wolf without a saddle is approximately 130 weight.

Gallery[edit | edit source]