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Buy Gen 0 & 1 Sheep on Open Sea

Buy Gen 2 Sheep on Open Sea

Value Proposition

The sheep is a workhorse, an essential part of the Wolf Game ecosystem. Many community members compare sheep to crypto miners. At the core of it, Sheep are valuable because of their energy. However, how you spend your energy in the game will define your success. There are certainly smart ways to put your Sheep to work, and the ever changing Wolf Game economy creates an environment where you need to be ready to pivot strategies if you want to play optimally at all times.

Why Gather?

Gathering generates a lot more value than simply the resources you can harvest. While gathering, sheep discover shiny boxes which can be opened and/or sold at the Shopkeeper's marketplace. You can use those resources to build higher level structures, or trade those resources for wool, chops, and pelts in the games AMM. Finally, gathering is one of the primary ways to climb seasonal leaderboards in order to win more pouched wool.

Check out the Gathering page to learn more about how to gather, gathering strategy, and more.

Why Breed?

Breeding isn't for the faint of heart. The stakes are high and the rewards are numerous. Breeding is playing the long game. As your flock grows from breeding Gen 0 and/or 1 sheep, your power in the game increases, depending on how you use the Gen 2 sheep.

Each Gen 2 sheep is worth chops, 1 chop for each 1 unit of max-energy. Sheep can be burned for chops, which are required for Wolf Breeding.

As stated above, sheep are also powerful because of their ability to gather. During 2023, I focused on breeding as much as possible to grow my flock. The real ROI hit in Feb 2024 when leaderboards and shinies were announced. Today (April 2024) my flock of 62 sheep earns me about 300,000 wool each month, plus additional Leaderboard wool and resources.

Check out the Breeding page to learn more about how to breed, costs, strategy, and more.