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Wilhurt is a member of the Wolf Tribe.

Wilhurt is the boss of the third dungeon. He is very strong and spawns with a pack of wolves. Wilhurt drops around 1,000 studs and items worth more than 100,000 studs. Once you defeat him, you discover that he was being controlled by the Crocs' flowers. Wilhurt can also be found in the cavern in Elder's Pride, for the Cry Wolf quest, where he is guarding a Tear of Cavora.

Boss Fight

Wilhurt guards the second Tear of Cavora. He is accompanied by a Wolf Medic and a high level Wolf guard. The path to the tear is cut off by a bridge that must be lowered with a pressure plate. Enemy wolves will continue to spawn the entire time.


Activating the pressure plate without some serious defense can be difficult, so it is best to either eliminate Wilhurt and his wolves first, or to CHI-up and activate the switch while invincible.

Defeating Wilhurt is equally as difficult as activating the switch, as enemy wolves will continue to spawn the entire time, though the number of wolves that spawn can be reduced by destroying the surrounding wolf tents. The tent to the west and north will both crumble in one hit, cutting off some reinforcements, but the eastern and northwestern tents have a lot more HP and will take plenty of hits before breaking.

After the tents have been destroyed, the only new enemies that will spawn are pairs of wolf grunts armed with blasters, leaving you mostly free to attack Wilhurt.

Wilhurt is a melee-only boss, and will chase you down and attack you at close range. He doesn't deal too much damage per hit, but has a lot of HP.

Wilhurt's guards include a Blaster-Medic and a unique dual-wielding guard.

Among wolves that can spawn from the tents are melee-wolf grunts and dual-wielding melee wolf grunts. Description

Just imagine Worriz, but without ANY redeeming qualities. Wilhurt only has two ambitions: to hunt, and to fight. When he is not doing either of them, he goes a little crazy. It’s best to keep him occupied. If he spends too long


without hurting someone, he gets REALLY dangerous.


  • His name is a combination of the words "will hurt".