It’s 1739 and the village of Sharpton doesn’t look as tranquil as usual. The wind used to be howling peacefully and all there was to hear was the squeaking sound of the local pub’s sign. Not this night! While the full moon is shining brightly through the leafless trees, the town’s peaceful character is threatened by the increased howling of wolves which is worrying the villagers. The local pub isn’t as crowded as usual and everybody seems to be on the lookout.
While most of the villagers are hiding as close to their fireplaces as possible, scared for what the night might bring, it’s deep into the forest of Sharpton that an ungodly pack of wolfish creatures get their nails sharpened, preparing for the night’s meal. It’s a full moon and during the traditional monthly wolf’s night, the fanged, clawed menaces are hungrier than usual and in search for a satis-fying meal.
While the villagers feel the atmosphere being different from other nights and no soul can be found on the streets of Sharpton, they have no clue yet what terror is upon them. The increased howling of the wolves scares the hell out of the villagers, but little do they know that after tonight, the charm-ing village of Sharpton will never be the same again. They will have no chance against the evil crea-tures that are about to gaze out from the dark forest of Sharpton to emerge in the night to feed. May God have mercy on those poor villagers’ souls!
The Wolf’s Bane™ is full of transformations
There’s nothing you could have done for the villagers of Sharpton, but you’re right in time to see the werewolves bragging about their last meal! Sharpton is now deserted, and the werewolves took over what was once a village of innocence. The full moon is still shining, and the reels still remember the innocent, but the damage has been done and Sharpton lost its soul to the furry demons.
While you see the scared villagers still hanging around on the reels, the background is revealing a soulless Sharpton, taking over by the ruthless werewolves. At a certain point, they’ll show you their teeth and sharp claws, but before it comes to that point while being involved in The Wolf’s Bane™, you’ll be stuck with the Wild symbol, the Full Moon Scatter and the Bonus symbol.
Nothing is what it seems in The Wolf’s Bane™ slot as it’s all about transformations in this NetEnt game. What seems innocent and protective, might be the devil in the end, so I advise to stay on the lookout because you’ll never know what truth can be found behind the symbols!
It’s not the first time that NetEnt ditched the 10 levels, usually available in a mobile slot, which means bets can only be created with the help of different coin values. I support this totally as it makes things easier for the player. So, stick to the coins this time to get to your preferred bet. There are enough coins available to get you from a minimum bet of 0.10 to a maximum bet of 100.00. With an RTP of 96.74%, The Wolf’s Bane™ is bringing an average pay-out although you might think differently when a Free Spins feature comes to an end.
The Wolf’s Bane™ slot features
Now I’ve warned you for the terror The Wolf’s Bane™ might bring, you’re on your own! It’s up to you to decide whether you take the risk and see symbols transform completely in order to activate terror! This might end up an innocent villager multiplying (your winnings), the Full Moon revealing four werewolves while any villager can transform into a werewolf randomly! It’s not safe out there, I tell you!
But if you have balls and you can’t resist the looming terror, then please, be my guest and give The Wolf’s Bane™ slot a go! You’ll be experiencing Sharpton in its darkest days, but you never know how things work out for you. In the best case, you’ll have a new best enemy! Everything is possible they say, especially when your balance is the next to be transformed! With all features available, this might result in a new best enemy and it all starts in the main game where it already can become pretty Wild. And if it does, it can have a positive influence on your balance with the Wild substituting for any other symbol except the Full Moon Scatter and the Bonus symbol.
These last two have their own important role to play. Besides the Full Moon shining brightly over Sharpton, adding to the horror of the night, it also transforms the main game into a Free Spins fea-ture with 10, 20, or 30 Free Spins to be awarded. The bonus symbol looks innocent at first sight, but don’t be fooled! But since you made friends with the werewolves, you might end up being fine and so is your increasing balance thanks to the awarded Multiplier of at least x5 your bet up to x20 your bet.
The ghostly Full Moon symbols won’t just trigger Free Spins terror, though, as there will be four types of terror to be confronted with. There’s Free Spins terror that involves a Regular Wild, one with an Expanding Wild, or a x2 Multiplier Wild while the Spreading Wild Free Spins will reveal your new best enemy entirely!