How to Create a Wolf Pack on Animal Jam
Many Animal Jam players enjoy the experience of forming a clan or pack. You might have an image of a wolf pack in your mind, their fur shining and sparkling in the moonlight, driven by their passion to protect their pack. This article will help you to create an effective wolf pack on Animal Jam.
Preparing the Pack
Create your look.Every pack leader needs a look. Wolves usually have black, gray, white, tan, brown, or beige fur with blue, green, amber or gold. You can add items, but that's optional. Your items should be natural, like:
- Raccoon Hat
- Fox Hat
- Leaf Necklace
- Leaf Armor
- Elf Cuffs
- Freedom Bands
- Tail Armor
- Rare/Nonrare Bow and Arrows
Create a name for your character.It should be based off of your pelt or personality. It also has to occur in nature (or related to nature). Some examples are:
Choose your last name.When you're done creating your first name, choose a last name, like this:
Create a name for your pack.This will help you later on when you need to address your whole pack and address your pack to other packs as you grow and grow.
Choose a territory.These territories should have little to no human things, but if it's separated from the rest of the territory it's fine. Good territories are:
- Sarepia Forest
- Lost Temple of Zios
- Kimbara Outback
- Mount Shiveer
- Coral Canyons
Preparing the Den
Set up sleeping areas.Use green pillows/mats as moss beds, and if you want you could separate the bed areas using Picket Fence and/or Shoji Screens. Mark off a special-looking bed area for the leader (that's you!)
Add some decorations.Every good wolf pack needs decorations! Hang nature-like things on the walls, decorate it with Leaf Piles, and also use some potted plants (but not the glitchy ones!) to make it more enjoyable to hang out there.
Test it out.Be sure you're able to walk onto all of the beds, make sure that the decorations look good for a wolf pack, just see if it looks good enough to make a wolf pack in!
Starting Your Pack
Go to a populated server.It should have three dots or should have a "FULL" sign. Once you have entered, shout out "(PACK NAME) AT MY DEN!" for 3-7 minutes. At your last calling, put "LAST CALLING" at your message. It is recommended that you type in all caps; people will notice your speech bubble. You should also do an action, such as hopping, playing, or dancing.
- Repeat this process until you have 8 to 14 members.
Go to your den when you have finished and have gotten new members.Ask them of their name and rank, and if they don't have the proper dress outfit, politely tell them to change. If they do not listen, tell them it is just a roleplay and they can change back when they are not role playing.
- If they don't listen, buddy the Jammers who are listening and lock out the ones who don't.
Running the Pack
Welcome the pack.Hop into your throne, and say in a calm voice "Welcome to [enter wolf pack name here]! My name is [enter roleplay name here], and I am your leader." By saying this, they will feel very welcome to your wolf pack.
- Lock your den if someone tries to steal your throne and/or if they're being disrespectful.
Get organized.Tell them to say "pie" if they're a guard, "i" if they're a wolf pup, and "me" if they're a normal wolf. Tell the guards where they will sleep, tell the pups where they will sleep, and tell the normal wolves where they will sleep.
Tell your pack to do certain tasks.For example, your medicine wolf could go for herbs, your betas could sharpen up on their fighting skills, or the hunters could catch some prey for the pack to feast on. Sometimes, the daily life can get boring, so tell them that there is something new in the territory, like a bear, or a human. Don't overdo it, though, or it will get out of hand.
- Have your pack relax once in a while.
- Lead your Wolf Pack with confidence and pride. Prove that you are the Alpha!
- Lead with a great leadership, but be close to your members as well.
- Make sure you don't get frustrated with your members.
- Make a small play area for all pups.
- If you can, buy a new den. Bunny burrow or Sky Kingdom are good choices. If you can't afford one, it is alright. This is just for helping.
- Make rules for your pack. This will help later on when it starts to get big.
- Invite your friends and make them like a beta (co-leader), or like a prime minister. Or do this to first members, for example.
- For tips on making dens, visit
- You can make your own ranks in your pack. There can be messengers, war generals, peace makers, and even prophecy interpreters!
- Don’t wear weapons, they are more of a warrior cats thing.
- Do not be rude to your pack. Tell them politely and if they don't want to listen, it means they are out. At least give out rules about this.
- Do not be too gory; you might get banned.
- Do not pick up fights unless necessary.
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