Setting Overview
Wolf takes place in a fictional region of the Pacific Northwest called the Teekon Wilds. There is no human involvement, though characters may know of humans from their past lives, and the untouched wilds feature a diverse range of territories, flora, and fauna. As far as climate and general appearance go, the Teekon Wilds are loosely based on Glacier National Park.
Flora & Fauna

Frequent fauna is as follows: bighorn sheep, Canadian lynx, grizzly bears, elk, mountain goats, moose, white-tailed deer, red foxes, ducks, geese, and swans. For more information, click here for an exhaustive list of mammals and here for an exhaustive list of birds.

The majority of the forests in the wilds are coniferous, comprised primarily of Engelmann spruce, Douglas fir, subalpine fir, limber pine and western larch. There are still some deciduous forests where cottonwood and aspen trees are very common. Towering sequoias and ash trees can be found bordering the coast. Common wildflowers include monkeyflower, glacier lily, fireweed, balsamroot and Indian paintbrush, with beargrass prevalent in late summer. For more detail on the flora of the wilds, click here.

Climate & Seasons

Due to the vast size and variance in elevation in the wilds, there are many different climates and microclimates. In general, the wilds experiences all four seasons, but the lakes are cold all year round and snow caps the mountains even in the heat of summer. Current in-game weather is always displayed in the sidebar.

Spring: 35F to 65F · 2C to 18C
The wet season. It's not unusual for a rainstorm to dump over 3 inches of rain in a day. The sun tends to appear in the form of sun breaks and partly cloudy days.
Summer: 45F to 80F · 7C to 27C
Rain is rare but possible. The heat is manageable and humidity is low everywhere but the coastline, which may be quite humid. Snow may still occur on mountaintops.
Autumn: 15F to 55F · -9C to 15C
Temperatures fluctuate wildly at this time of year. Rain becomes increasingly common toward the end of November and snow may appear as early as October.
Winter: 10F to 35F · -12C to 2C
Snow accumulation varies from a few inches on the shore to over 10 feet in the eastern reaches of the wilds. The sky is typically overcast and sun breaks are rare. Snowstorms are not uncommon.
Regions & Territories

The Teekon Wilds encompasses seven discovered regions. From right to left, these are:

Snowforest Taiga
The northernmost reaches of the Teekon Wilds are dangerous but beautiful. Comprised primarily of glacial plains and moraines, the terrain is rugged and at times difficult to travel on, but rewarding to see. Ice cold rivers criss-cross the taiga and a brisk wind blows at almost all times of the year. In the east forests have weathered the taxing conditions and give freely of their bounty, while mountain peaks and the glacier itself dominate the north. To the east, the world falls away in fractured cliffs and one can see the ocean for miles.
Rising Sun Valley
Rife with waterways, lakes and softly rolling hills, Rising Sun Valley is a luscious area that seems to always teem with life—and prey. Late afternoon finds the land shaded by the towering Sunspire Mountains, leaving its territories awash in a cool, refreshing dusk. Named for the unparalleled explosions of color as the sun crests the horizon, the valley is an idyllic place to call home. Many do, and never set foot beyond the mountainous wall to the valley's western edge, despite how alluring the pull of adventure beyond the valley can be.
Sunspire Mountains
On sunlit days, it's no wonder how these sawtooths earned their collective name—the snowy mountaintops take on an aureate glow, with rivers of gold slithering down the crags like glistening lava. The bright colors stand out against the larger backdrop of rich green forestry, which deepens and darkens toward the foothills. In these cool, deep shadows between the mountains, predator and prey alike prowl quietly in the dusky, lush surroundings. Still, the greater adventures can be found on higher grounds, in the light—whether you want to take a daring climb along a ridge as dangerous and prickly as its name implies or take a more leisurely stroll up the staircase to the sunniest summit of all.
Sequoia Coast
The battered Pacific shore is exactly as you might expect it: cold and rough. Most of the beaches are pebble and stone, and what sand exists is fairly coarse. But these shores, while harsh in their own way, play host to a unique ecosystem that gives the coastline its charm. Cliffs and crags stand tall above hidden seaside caves and the sea's bounty at times washes up on the ragged shore for collection and speculation. Guarding the entire coast are miles of beautiful forest, home to some of the most impressive and amazing trees in all the wilds: mature sequoias.
Kintla Flatlands
A glitteringly blue lake cuts an enormous swatch in the otherwise green and brown fabrics of the plain, which are named for Kintla, a wolf of legendary swiftness. It is said that she could outrun even the surest and fleetest of the four-legged beasts who made their homes in the cliffs and bluffs which spot the flatlands. Indeed, the great sprawl allows for the most vigorous of chases, whether it's on the heels of the abundant prey animals or simply in pursuit of the joy that a good gallop can bring.
Great Bear Wilderness
Sprawling across the far western region of the land, the Great Bear Wilderness is named such due to its intimidating mixture of terrain—and for the bears that seemed to have claimed these wilds as their own. From even the furthest vantage point of the bordering Flatland, mountainous slopes can be seen piercing the breasts of forests kept lush by uncultivated waters. Those with an adventurous heart will find challenges like no other in the belly of this particular beast... although caution is recommended for even the wildest of spirits.
Tuktu Hinterlands
Bordered by impassible mountains and treacherous bogs, the Hinterlands had been largely ignored until a famine drove the wolves of the Wilds into its heart in search of sustenance. Although the region is untamed and its territories consist of difficult terrain, the landscape is unmatched; it is a lush and fertile wilderness. Those patient and resilient enough to make their way through the gauntlet that is the region's boundary are rewarded with virile wetlands, shielded forests, and protective mountains. It is named for the yearly migration of caribou, though the Hinterlands typically attract a large swath of prey year-round.

Each region is further divided into various territories. As the game grows and evolves, new territories and new regions are likely to be discovered and added.