You go to each territory then you meet a wolf in each place by following the yellow dotted trails. Then you meet a wolf in a territory and get five hearts with him/her then ask to start a family.
Id say that when you meet the wolf it would say something above its head. When you talk to it say 'Hello there' and it will mimacate exactly what you say until you get five hearts. When you start the family save the game and start your territory find just the right place to start. Then mark it and then you have pups.. i wonder if that happens if your a boy:> Then you defend your pups and regergitate food for the four pups. ( I'm stuck on it 'cause a bear attacked us:@. Then you'll take the great journey but it's almost impossable with three pups if one died let alone four! hope i helped! :)
You have to run around to the other territories, using the scents, find a female you like, some are males, and say the right stuff you get a mate!
You get a mate in Wolfquest 1, have pups in 2 and who knows what for 3
you cant you can find a mate in wolfquest episode 1. i think in wolfquest 2.5 you can but i dont know
On the 1st WolfQuest you can't... However on WolfQuest 2 you can but you need a mate on the 1st one.
No, you can't talk to your mate on WolfQuest but you can talk to other players on the multiplayer section. I hope this helped!
the wolfquest staff doesn't like innappropriate language so they don't let you say 'mate'
nothing you just have fun with your mate! wolfquest slough creek is coming in a few days.the wolfquest producers had to posepone the release several times because of fundings for wolfquest designers(most likely the economy and money issues).
you cant mate on slough creek. you have to mate on amethyst mountain which is the first episode or wolfquest. then you can use that file to go on slough creek. hope this helps :)
because she is following you
No, your mate stays with you throughout the entire game.
After you get a mate in wolf quest you can find a den and raise pups.
You can't. You need to have your mate follow you. He/she will eat with you.
The second quest in WolfQuest is where you and your mate look for a den, mark your territory, and protect and raise your pups.
The aim of WolfQuest Episode 2: Slough Creek is to find a den for you and your mate then raise your pups. You need to keep them from danger and give them love. The pups start off 6 weeks old. GAME HINT: You need to have a mate in the WolfQuest: Amythist Mountain to be able to have a mate in Slough Creek. From WolfGal
On WolfQuest 2.5.1 when you get to Slough creek with your mate find your land mark it then wait few mins then its spring
well... a grizzly could kill him / her .----*Note* by KoaWolfQuestMod:Normally, your WolfQuest singleplayer mate will re-spawn (come back to "life") if they die. It is impossible (to my knowledge?) to truly "lose" or make your mate disappear and never re-appear.Sometimes, glitches/bugs may make your mate stay in a different part of the WolfQuest map or prevent he/or she from returning to your side.
You have a mate.
press esc then press save
yes i can
To make your mate stop following you all you have to do is howl and when your mate starts to howl then run away from him/her and they will stay put it if you are far away enough. Regards, Lunaressa WolfQuest
stop an look be hind you your mate will start runing if not go closer
Unfortunately, there is no current way to communicate with your mate on WolfQuest. Your mate with respond to your howls and will wag their tail when close to you, but that is basically all that is implemented at this time.Note: If you mean in multiplayer, please keep in mind that mates and mate-related behavior is not allowed on WolfQuest and you can be permanently banned for it.
well, if your on story, then you must find a mate and it just automatically happens but if you aren't on story.... you cant mate so there's that.
A dispersal is a wolf, such as yourself, that has left its pack to look for a mate. Whatever gender you are when you can get a mate these are the wolves that you look for.
You can. Go to the next level after finding a mate.