JoshWedin wrote:The Wolfpack aren't weak. They are a bit under-nourished but that gives them an edge.
One of my favorite factions. I think they were cancelled too soon. Definitely not enough sets.
Sir-Boris wrote:I never really used [Wolfpack] as rouges, but rather more as Rangers that aided the Forestmen (which I used for Elves)
Shadowviking wrote:Donut wrote:I guess you could also say that the wolfpack is weak because they dont have any wolves to help them.
Heh, too true.
Merlin of Lego wrote:In history in the kingdom that I created the Wolfpack are by no means week.
An excerpt from one the Wizard Councils historical scrolls, Scroll of History Vol 4
"Once they were a merchant’s guild that was very successful. They controlled nearly all the trade across the 5 Kingdoms.
At some point (the exact date is unknown) the Guild was forced to create a wing that was given the charge to protect the caravans, because of an increased bandit threat. The success of the armed guards grew and they offered their services to those traveling from kingdom to kingdom. This was a very sought after service because most kings would not allow large delegates of armed troops to escort noble from kingdom to kingdom. Because the Wolfpack was the Merchant Guild they were able to travel from one kingdom to another.
Over time the prestige of the protection wing grew in power within the guild because their income rivaled that of the merchants plus they were still needed to protect the Guild. There arose a power struggle and the winner was the Protection wing.
Today there are very little goods moved by the Wolfpack. They are largely a for hire army that is somewhat loyal to the High King. Their hidden base is thought to be along the Kings River in the high country but the only living people that have seen it are in the Wolfpack or are among the oldest on the Wizards Council."
This is an older scroll and it is unknown if the Wizards referenced are those still on the council
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