Winter wolves are known to sometimes admit wargs into their packs, though only when food is plentiful, and even when they do, they still think of wargs as stupid and weak. Wargs always sit below winter wolves in the pack's pecking order, though if the pack also includes normal wolves they are considered higher than them. Such mixed packs utilize wargs greater stealthiness by using them as scouts.
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