Multiplayer Rules

WolfQuest public multiplayer games are open for everyone to join and include players from all over the world. When entering multiplayer games, you agree to be a friendly, respectful, and helpful player. Public multiplayer games are not a place to share personal information or criticize or condemn people on the basis of their race, color, religion, gender, gender expression, age, ancestry, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, military status, or political views.

Public multiplayer games for 12 and under are limited to Phrase Chat (private games include text chat option). Public multiplayer games for 13 and up include text chat option. 

Set up a private game if you want to play with certain players. Just remember, the multiplayer rules and expectations are the same for private and public games. 

Players agree to the following rules each time they enter multiplayer games. 

WolfQuest Multiplayer Game Rules

What is expected:
  • Being a friendly, respectful, and helpful player
  • Appropriate roleplay and chatting
  • Inviting specific people to private games
What is not allowed:
  • Swearing, vulgarness, and excessive violence
  • Sexually-oriented/mating/dating games or roleplay
  • Harassing/bullying/threatening other players
  • Discussing illegal or inappropriate topics
  • Giving your wolf a name that is invisible in the chat box
  • Excessive kicking, or saving spaces for friends in public games
  • Video-recording games without permission from other players
  • Giving/asking for personal information
  • Pretending to be a moderator or another player
  • Editing game files to alter functionality

Consequences: Breaking any of these rules may result in a warning, chat restrictions, or permanent ban, as deemed necessary by a WolfQuest administrator. You may be banned without receiving any warnings beforehand.  If you notice anyone breaking these rules, please follow the directions for reporting inappropriate players.