How To Role Play A Wolf

Role Play (RPG) is a type of game in which players assume the roles of characters and collaboratively create stories. Gameplay progresses according to a predetermined system of rules and guidelines, within which players may improvise freely. Players’ choices shape the direction and outcome of roleplaying games. A roleplaying game rarely has winners or losers. This makes roleplaying games fundamentally different from board games, card games, sports and most other types of games. Like novels or films, roleplaying games appeal because they engage the imagination. Roleplaying games are typically more collaborative and social than competitive. A typical roleplaying game unites its participants into a single team, known as a \\”party\\”, that plays as a group.

Joining The Channels

When you first join our channels there are a few things to keep in mind. Below you will find some helpful tips!

  • Please read our rules before joining
  • If you have NOT role played before, take a look at our role play guide BEFORE joining our IC channel! We also recommend that you sit in our IC channel before you join into role play. You can get an excellent idea of how it runs before you join in.

Wolf Behavior Basics

The best way to get the hang of how to Role Play like a wolf is to look at how wolves act and behave. Above you will find some helpful videos that will hopefully give you an idea on different scenarios in which you can apply to your won role play.  On top of watching wolf related documentaries, we also recommend hanging out in our IC channel to get an idea of how others role play. This is a great way to observe how it works.

Below you will find some helpful videos!

 Wolf Family

 Wolf Pack Documentary

 Wolves Hunting

Basic mIRC Commands

mIRC is the chat client that we use to role play ( or any irc client ). Here are some basic commands to help you get started!

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/join #channel

Example: /join #WolfSpirits - This will allow you to join that desired channel

/me action

Example: /me looks to the horizon with curious hues

/msg nickserv help or /msg chanserv help

Example: /msg nickserv help (or can do /ns help)
Example: /msg chanserv help (or can do /cs help)

/msg nickserv ghost nick password

Example: /msg nickserv ghost shukie mypasswdhere
Using the ghost command gets rid of a nick. After the command, you can then change nick /nick Shukie and then identify /msg nickserv identify yourpassword

CTRL + K + # Of Color

ctrl + k + # Of Color This works with mIRC only. This will allow you to choose colors for speech! Please avoid bright colors like teal, pink, white, etc.

/msg nickname Or /q nickname

Example: /msg Atraya - This will private message a user: /msg Atraya your message here
Examples: /q Shukie (this opens a new window where you can see the entire chat in one window. Once the window opens, type away what ever you wanted to say/discuss with the wolf/person)
You can also double click on a nick and that will open a window where you can have a direct chat.

/notice nick

Example: /notice Atraya - This will send a notice to the user (only) in the channel
/notice Atraya This is what I wanted to say to you (It puts a direct message in the window the msg was typed in)

/nick nickname

Example: /nick Atraya[afk] - this will change your nickname

/msg nickserv register YourChosenPassword Email

Example: /msg Nickserv register 123456wolf
Must be a valid email. You will receive an email from Be sure and check spam folder. You will see a line you are to copy and paste into IRC. This completes the registration process. After that, you will need to 'identify' to nickserv with the password you chose

/msg nickserv identify password

Example: /msg nickserv identify PasswordHere
This needs to be done each time you log in or the services will change your nick if you fail to identify within 60 seconds.

How To Introduce Your Wolf Into Role Play

Once you figure out your character’s details and back story it’s time to introduce him/her into the channel! There really is only one way to go about it and that’s to have your wolf find our territory. Typical posts can look like this:

RandomWolf: After traveling for many hours along a solitary path, he would find himself at the border of two large mountain’s that forged a mountain pass. He found the scent of other wolves and after traveling for so long without any sign of a wolf, this intrigued him. He’d been a lone wolf for many years and to stumble upon the scent of others, he would venture to investigate. He would follow after the tracks that led this wolf into another pack’s territory.

Introducing your character entering into the territory like this, this allows other wolves in the clearing or in the woods to discover your scent and be able to role play according to where you enter. This is far more desired then simply posting “RandomWolf: walks into the clearing and barks”.

After your character starts to interact with other wolves, you’ll want to make sure that you are greeted by at least a member of the pack to who can then introduce you to the Alpha(s) and/or Beta(s).