Wolves are considered sacred animals by Native Americans and Eskimos. Gray wolves, the predominant members of the species, are 5-6.5 feet long, 30 inches tall at the shoulder and weigh 60-100 pounds. The gray wolf can sprint up to 45 miles an hour and has a cruising speed of 25 miles an hour for up to 12 miles, which allows it to track down and wear out its prey.
Players score any points rolled, as long as one of the dice rolled is a Wolf. If no Wolves are rolled, the player passes the dice and scores no points. Points are tallied by multiplying the number of Wolves by the points showing on the remaining dice. The game ends after each player has had three turns to accumulate points. High score wins.