Wolves are predator animals found roaming the badlands individually or in multiples. An attacking wolf will result in a Bite Wound, which if not treated (with sterile wool pad and needle and thread) will result in death. They can be shot using a bow and arrow and skinned (with knife or Flint Chip) for wolf skin. A Skinless Wolf will disappear after ~1 hour. Note: The arrows must be removed before skinning.
Unlike other animals, wolves do not instantly die when shot by an arrow; instead, they will bleed to death, and are still able to attack in this state. They are a predator of humans; though they do not chase their prey, their erratic movement makes them difficult to hunt. Shot Wolf begins to move at double speed.
Crown Blank with Wolf Skin
Wolves can be domesticated into dogs by feeding Raw Mutton. The fed wolf will become a pregnant Semi-tame Wolf and produce two dog puppies and one wolf puppy. Once the puppies are taken away, the wolf will become an Old Semi-tame Wolf which is no longer deadly, and will eventually die. A wolf puppy fed with Bowl of Carnitas will grow up to become a semi-tame wolf and can be skinned as usual. Be careful, as semi-tame wolves are still deadly until they grow old.