In-Game Reports

If you see rule-breaking behavior in multiplayer games, please send an in-game report (in Pack Stats) to WolfQuest. These reports contain the necessary player and game information including a portion of the game's text chat log. All reports are reviewed by administrators who decide if players need reminders, restrictions, or need to be banned.

Game-Name Reports

Players can also report inappropriate game-names in the multiplayer game lobby. Game-name reports simply send admin the game-name for review (no chat log). The most commonly reported game-names are inappropriate words creatively spelled or game-names implying mating/dating roleplay which is never allowed. See this article about mate/date games for more information.

Host Powers (Warnings and Kicking)

Game hosts can also warn players in the game and kick players from their game if they are breaking rules. We suggest reporting bad behavior by sending an in-game report before kicking so admin can review that player's behavior. See more about kicking in the article Kicking.

What should I do if I get reported?

If you receive a warning or temporary chat restriction, you don't need to reply to the email. Just be sure to follow all of the rules in the future. If you have questions about the situation, reply to the email you received from with any questions.

If you have other issues about reports or multiplayer behavior that are not addressed here, email

WolfQuest Multiplayer Rules

Players agree to the following rules before they enter multiplayer games.

What is not allowed:

  • Swearing, vulgarity, and excessive violence
  • Sexually-oriented, mating, or dating games/roleplay
  • Harassing, bullying, or threatening other players
  • Discussing illegal or inappropriate topics
  • Excessive kicking or saving spaces for friends in public games
  • Giving or asking for personal information
  • Hacking or modifying game files

When playing WolfQuest Multiplayer, players should always strive to be kind, respectful, and appropriate.