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Venns CP Stacking Guide January 6, 2018 01:38 AM

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What is CP?

CP is the shortened form of "character points". This is a term you should be familiar with, as many players purchase CP to stack onto their wolves or advertise wolves with certain amounts of CP.

Players receive 30 CP daily, plus 5 CP to donate to other players and 1 CP to donate to new players. This does not stack, so it is recommended you play daily to use up as much free CP as possible. If you require more CP, you can purchase Bronze Figurines (known as figs) at Realm > Barter. You will receive 20 CP per 60 mush. Bronze figs can also be crafted from shards if you have explored enough to collect the 3 shard pieces.


What are attributes?

Attributes (informally shortened to stats) are what determines your wolf's performance. Wolves with low CP will do poorly compared to a wolf with its CP maxed out. Some attributes will be more important than others and should be the first to be filled.

List of Attributes and Descriptions:
Dominance - Pack Happiness, Chasing Packs, Chasing Birdwatcher
Stealth - Tracking prey
Perception - Discovering things while exploring, avoid quicksand
Luck - Discovering things while exploring
Maternal - Number of pups born (female wolves only)
Social - Befriending familiars
Empathy - Healing animals
Morals - Fixing the Beaver Dam
Resolve - Offensive battle ability (accuracy)
Composure - Raiding the Farmhouse
Wisdom - Discovering things while exploring, Identifying prey, avoiding quicksand
Battle - Offensive battle ability (damage)
Charisma - Number of pups born (male wolves only)
Agility - Defensive battle ability (evasion), fishing
Spirituality - Discovering things while exploring, appeasing ancestors (FMC)



What is CP stacking?

CP stacking is basically outlining which stats on a wolf you want to fill. Each player has their own method of stacking CP, although these methods overlap depending on which sector of the game they focus on. Binge explorers prefer wolves with maxed out stats to milk the potential of each explore level. Battlers and PvPers might focus on stats that increase chances of winning, such as Battle, Resolve, and Agility. Breeders will often focus on breeding attributes such as Maternal and Charisma to ensure the maximum amount of pups.

No matter what part of WP you plan to establish yourself in, CP stacking is integral to your gameplay.



How should I get started?

Obviously, the one thing every player needs is mushrooms. New players don't have a lot of that. These four main attributes are needed to help the mush-gaining process:
- Battle and Resolve to defeat enemies more easily.
- Perception and Luck to find mush and relics (which can be sold for 1-15 mush at a time to Montak's).

Battling enemies and hunting prey will get you more mushrooms than going over the entire map and hoping your wolf will dig them up. Every level will have enemies and prey to kill. Finding mushrooms is subjective to the wolf and is completely random.

Therefore, assuming mush-gaining is your goal, stack your wolves' attributes in the following order:
1. Battle
2. Resolve
3. Perception
4. Luck

These are what I call "highlight attributes" because they're what bring you the most mush.


"Why not Agility?" some of you may ask. Agility helps with evasion and is not necessary until you meet the bullies in higher explore levels: Bears and Mountain Lions. Until you start encountering them, you can procrastinate on filling Agility for a little while. The rabbits and squirrels from level 1-5 don't deal high enough damage to one-hit KO your wolves.



Once you fill the above four CP slots, how you fill the remaining attributes is up to you. Social is completely useless unless you're Premium and heavily use your familiars. Spirituality also has no use unless you somehow get your hands on temple offerings, which aren't easy to get; or, you plan on appeasing spiritual ancestors in FMC, which lasts only 5 days, the 5th - 9th of each month. Maternal and Charisma only need ~30 CP each to ensure a large chance of getting 3 (max) pups. Add it all up, that's 740 CP you don't need to worry about and 2,400 mush you can use on something else.
*Keep in mind, the FMC is quite an expensive affair and not newbie/F2P friendly. Most players spend thousands of mush on explore moves to potentially win a few free apples and FMC bragging rights.

Don't feel too bad if you don't fill up your wolves. Maxing out CP requires dedication of both time and mushrooms. If you succee doing this, you're probably on your way to becoming a top player. Not very many people actually get around to maxing out a wolf, myself included.



What's my own personal CP stacking method? Here's how I stack my wolves:
1. Battle
2. Resolve
3. Agility
3. Luck
4. Perception
5. Stealth
6. Empathy/Morals
7. Wisdom/Composure
8. Dominance
9. Maternal/Charisma
10. Spirituality/Social


Explanation:
The only reason why I stack Agility before Luck and Perception is because I'm already on the higher levels of explore. Bears and crocodiles are difficult to defeat unless you can evade the +60 damage to your wolf.

Stealth is stacked after the highlight attributes because it helps you find more prey. Kill more prey = generate more mushrooms.

Item #6 (Emp/Mor) helps encounters that mainly give you explore moves. More explore moves also means more chances of finding mush.

Item #7 (Wis/Comp) helps spot quicksand, identify tracking prey, and helps you steal food. It doesn't do much other than help you avoid damage. Wisdom can play into FMC, raising the chance you successfully appease to an ancestor.

Dominance is entirely dependent on what order I want my pack to be in. It has no set time to be adjusted and is done whenever I feel like it. Dominance can be added before I start CP stacking the wolf or even after everything's been filled. Basically--it's not the first thing I think of stacking.

Because of the reasoning I used above, I often don't fill Maternal, Charisma, Spirituality, or Social stats. The only time Maternal or Charisma gets filled is when I have the occasional, infrequent need to breed wolves. And I have no time or motivation to participate in the FMC.


The 4 attributes that I highlighted should be your concern while building up an explore wolf. The others will fall into place once you get a hang of the game and adapt to suit your needs. :)

Edited at June 10, 2022 01:33 AM by Vennenum
Venns CP Stacking Guide January 22, 2018 07:05 PM

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You said: Maternal and Charisma only need ~30 CP each to ensure the max amount of pups.

So any CP amount above 30 for those traits would be useless? I'm confused
Venns CP Stacking Guide January 22, 2018 07:15 PM

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Life on Mars:
Only a specific encounter uses the Maternal stat. However, it's only prevalent in one terrain, so I don't consider it important.

There is still a (albeit small) chance you won't get 3 pups at 30 CP. So for newbies and casual breeders like me, it isn't that important.

If you're a breeder, that small chance might just backfire for you, which is why they often have Mat/Cha maxed out.
Venns CP Stacking Guide March 14, 2019 12:41 PM

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Vennenum said:
Life on Mars:
Only a specific encounter uses the Maternal stat. However, it's only prevalent in one terrain, so I don't consider it important.

There is still a (albeit small) chance you won't get 3 pups at 30 CP. So for newbies and casual breeders like me, it isn't that important.

If you're a breeder, that small chance might just backfire for you, which is why they often have Mat/Cha maxed out.


Specific encounter?
Venns CP Stacking Guide April 1, 2019 08:17 PM

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Wolves of Dawn-- I believe it's an encounter in the swamp, where a snake tries to eat some eggs. Since it's one encounter, it's not a necessity to focus on.
Venns CP Stacking Guide June 4, 2019 11:42 PM

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How much CP do you need to ensure something like spiritual works also does it help with the spiritual encounter during the FMC
Venns CP Stacking Guide November 26, 2019 03:38 PM

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<div align="center">I don't know if this is still open but... I wanted to say that I put one CP in every slot (every day since there's 15 slots) of my alpha wolves, is that wrong? Should I be focusing on other things?

Edited at November 26, 2019 03:39 PM by Valkyriespirit
Venns CP Stacking Guide November 26, 2019 11:51 PM

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Valkyrie - It isn't necessarily wrong, but one point in each category won't make much of a difference.

For example, for Battle CP, it takes 10 CP to increase damage dealt by one point. It's going to take you 100-200 days to reach full power if you go one point at a time. Wolves live for 6 months, more or less. Your wolf is half dead by the time you've filled up half your attributes.

I'd recommend focusing on one attribute at a time. Anything other than the four I pointed out is almost useless until you've reached Territory Level 5.
Venns CP Stacking Guide September 10, 2020 01:07 AM

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Thanks for this advice! I think this is going to come in really handy :D Also yeah, I only just saw this, I haven't really explored the forum posts that much XD
Venns CP Stacking Guide December 4, 2020 01:12 PM

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Actually, the egg encounter is in jungle. I just unlocked it.

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