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For ten years, wolves in WolfQuest have had it pretty hard: the only elk and moose to be found are full-grown adults, and even the weaker cows take a lot of work to bring down. In the real world, of course, wolves often seek out juveniles, who lack the skill and power to put up a good defense.

That’ll change soon when we add juvenile prey to the game — later this year to the main game, and also to the Tower Fall expansion in early 2018.

Intrepid wolves will look for mule deer fawns like this little fellow, hoping to nab one while its mother is distracted. And by the time your pups are five months old, fawns will be tempting targets for hunting practice. But beware — a protective doe can put up quite a fight. Like all parents, you’ll wish you could shield your pups from those flying hooves. But it’s all part of growing up!

Read more in our Developer's Blog! http://www.wolfquest.org/blog

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