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WolfQuest: Anniversary Edition - How to Get an Albino/Pure White Puppy

Written by lxlytuft   /   Jan 10, 2021    


This is a guide on Wolf Quest 3 :D ill teach you how to get a pure white puppy with simple instructions! Keep in mind that theyre very hard to get and could take awhile if youre unlucky.

Guide to Get an Albino/Pure White Puppy



Creating / Editing Your Wolf



The first step is easy; create or edit a wolf! change whatever you'd like but the fur colour, that needs to be the 2nd original coat on the top, surrounded by a yellow lining [this is essential]!



Getting a Mate!



Once you create your wolf, make a single-player world in amethyst mountain and start, there you'll need to hunt 2 elk [age and gender doesn't matter for hunting the elk] and howl 1-3 times and proceed to sleep.

When you wake up there should be at least 1 dispersal wolf but if you're lucky it'll be 2 or 3.

Try to get a grey mate as if you have a black mate it tends to make all your puppies red/black. But if you get a black mate its still possible to get a pure white puppy!



Now travel to Slough Creek with your mate.

Slough Creek



When you make it to Slough Creek with your mate, get 15 hexes [territory spots] over 50% and find at least 4 dens.

Right after you do, complete the mission and then it'll be time for you to choose your den!



Once you find the den of your choice, just before you're about to claim it as your own, make a save of your game so you can reload it [this is essential].



Next, choose the den, name it and meet your puppies!



Puppies!



Here is where the save comes in! let the puppies out of the den, if none are a pure white / albino, save the game your in and load the save where you and your mate are about to choose a den!



Note: if your puppy is white but has grey on its back, its not a pure white

Keep on saving and reloading until you get a pure white puppy / pure white puppies!

This was on my 4th litter



This was on my 5th litter, but its a blondish white, not cream/white



Out of 5 litters, there was only 2 litters that had a white puppy, my fourth and fifth - but my 5th was a blondish white so i don't know if it counts - it also seems to be that light puppies are alot more common in litters of 4 or less!

Keep in mind that the length of how long it'll be to get a white puppy varies depending on your luck!

Written by lxlytuft.


Game:   WolfQuest