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- Developer: SiuYiu Limited
- Publisher: SiuYiu Limited
- Genre: Miscellaneous Edutainment
- Release Date: Dec 17, 2012
- ESRB: Not Set
Question & Answers
Bitten by a NASTY wolf!!
What happens to a sheep if it is bitten by a wolf? It happened and I don't know what to do.
Answer from: Ruby
It becomes sick like when they eat mushrooms, and they get dirty. Buy them medicine to cure them.
Answer from: JulieDB
And make sure to give them a bath after they are bitten. Next time protect the sheep. Put them in a building or the bath. Or build an enclosed section of fence (mine goes in a sideways V from the edge) and put them in there, keeping them away from the edges. Failing that, drag them quickly away.
Answer from: Koifish888
Buy medicine from the store and cure the bitten sheep because they will be sick. Then bathe it. You should consider building fences to protect your sheep. However, if a sheep is right next to a fence, the wolf can still bite it so maybe you can add a layer of hay. This is not guaranteed because you may have a "wolf passing through fence" bug.
Answer from: I love mice 99
Here are the steps:
Step one Keeping Your Sheep safe: build a fence when he does come move all sheep away from the edges especially lambs and put grass in the center of the fence.
Step two cure a bitten sheep: give the bitten sheep medicine and give it a bath.
Steps three keep the wolf away: have lots of food, fences, decorations, and building to make attack less frequent.
Step four scare the wolf away: Use the shotgun shoot him five times and he can no longer bite. you also get one wolf pelt How ever if you do not have a shotgun and don't have a thousand coins just move all your sheep to the middle of the fence and wait for him to leave.
Posted on: 12-22-2014