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A Spirit wolf animation.

A Spirit wolf is a summonable familiar released with introduction of the Summoning skill. It requires level 1 Summoning and can be used for the following things:

  • Combat: it is level 26 and can deal a maximum of 4 damage. Additionally, its Howl scroll can cause most monsters to retreat for a short distance, allowing just enough time for a player to escape.


Spirit wolf pouch

A Spirit wolf pouch is used in the Summoning skill to summon a Spirit wolf. It is made by using a Summoning pouch on a Summoning obelisk with 7 spirit shards, a Gold charm and Wolf bones in your inventory. It gives 4.8 Summoning experience when made, and 0.1 when used. Using this pouch on a Summoning obelisk will enable a player to create 10 Howl scrolls. If players exchange their Spirit Wolf pouches at Bogrog, they will receive 5 spirit shards for each pouch.

Howl scroll

The Howl scroll enables the use of the Howl power for a Spirit wolf familiar. The howl scroll is made by using a Spirit wolf pouch on a Summoning obelisk, providing 0.1 experience and 10 Howl Scrolls.



Howl is an effect generated via the Howl scroll. In order to create this effect, a player must first have summoned a Spirit wolf. Activating the Howl ability requires 3 special move points and provides 0.1 experience.

The Howl effect "scares" non-player opponents, causing them to retreat. However, this lasts for only a few seconds, and the opponent can easily come up and resume attacking again.

This does not work on other players, boss monsters, and some aggressive monsters. However, it does work against revenants so long as they are in a multicombat area of the Wilderness, although the revenants can still retaliate with Ranged and Magic.



This article uses material from the "Spirit wolf" article on the Runescape wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.


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