Wolves are enemies in Dark Souls III: Ashes of Ariandel.


Wolves live in packs, but when encountered, they are only found in groups of two or three. They will only attack when the player gets too close. Before attacking, Wolves growl angrily, warning the player to maintain their distance. If provoked, they will attack with an interesting strategy: they run all together toward the player surrounding them. This allows them to attack from every direction. Their most dangerous threat is their howl: if a wolf howls, all other wolves in the area will follow the call and attack the player.


They are commonly found in the road between the first and the second bonfire in the Painted World of Ariandel.


The first thing to remember about these feral beasts is the fact they hunt in packs, so it's better to approach them with caution. It is important to keep all wolves in front of you to manage them well. Even though they are many, they are weak individually and will typically fall in only a few hits. If you hear a howling, be prepared to face around five or six of them simultaneously.


Item Mossfruit
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  • Affected by Alluring Skulls.
  • If the player misses a hit, they will counterattack immediately.


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