I'm going to explain how to get the weight your wolf will be 24 days after the day they were born, 25 days if you also count the day of birth
1. First, go to the wolf's page that you'd like to weigh.
2. Right under your wolfs' image there will be a paws up button. Right underneath that is your wolf's number. Copy it or remember it!
3. Open another tab or window of Wolfplay. Then click on Trading Post. (Realm >> Trading Post)
4. In the search area find the bar for ""Wolf Nbr:"".
5. Enter the number from Step 2 into there.
6. This is just a reminder or helpful hint.
Weight <: = 0
This means 0 is bigger than the number on the left side of the <.
Weight >: = 0
This means 0 is smaller than the number on the left side of the >.
7. Click the box that says 'Weight >:'
8. Type in '100' in the 'Weight:' box.
9. If your wolf shows up it means they are heavier than 100 pounds! Keep increasing the number until your wolf doesn't show up anymore.
10. Once your wolf doesn't show up anymore you should have a idea of how much they weigh. If your wolf turned up when 100 was in the box but it didn't turn up when 110 was in the box that means it's adult weight will be between 100-110.
11. To get a more accurate result you should wait until your wolf comes up no more. Once it doesn't come up, decrease by 1 until it does. As soon as your wolf shows up it is 1 above the number in the search box!
(I based this step off Weight >: 0. If you're using Weight <: 0 minus 1 off the search box!)
I'm going to use my wolf Burr as an example.
1. I go to Burr's page. I see her Wolf Number underneath her image. I copy it to my phone.
2. I open a new tab, going into Trading Post.
3. I paste into the box for Wolf Nbr:
4. I click the 'Weight >:' box.
5. I type in '100' into the 'Weight:' box.
6a. She shows up!! She's heavier than 100 pounds.
6b. She doesn't show up!! She's lighter than 100 pounds.
7a. I keep increasing the number until she doesn't show up in the results anymore. She showed up at 140 pounds but not at 150 pounds! This means she'll be 140-150 pounds when she's fully grown.
7b. I keep decreasing the number until she shows up in the results. She didn't show up at 100 pounds but she shows up at 90 pounds! This means she'll be 90-100 pounds when she's fully grown.
I hope you enjoy this forum!! It took a bit of work but don't hesitate if you have an idea to add or need guidance! :))
Edited at February 14, 2020 12:54 AM by Akukissune <3
Actually, they stop gaining weight at 25 real life days old, I believe it is. My girl Tallis is 3 years old, and she reached her weight of 140 lbs. on April 12th, which was 25 days after she was born. (:
Edited at April 18, 2017 06:12 PM by The Pure Ones