Alpha: The leader of the pack. This is the strongest wolf of the pack, and its’ main duty is not only to lead the pack, but also to protect them.
Beta: The second in charge. This wolf is almost strong as the alpha, and is the one that has to take care of the pack in the alpha’s absence. It’s also the most likely to assend.
Gamma: These wolves are the alpha’s right hands, the ones who the alpha trusts the most. They’re strong and smart wolves, usually making decisions and keeping order within the pack.
Delta: These are especially good hunters and are almost as strong as Gamma wolves, maybe even more but stay in a lower rank because the alpha doesn’t trust them as much. They’re very important to the pack’s survival.
Zeta: Their position is very similar to the Delta wolves, but these wolves are usually younger and more unexpirenced.
Sigma: Sigma wolves don’t often join the pack to hunt, and this is the position a new wolf usually has to take. However, it is rather easy to go up for them.
Omega: The omega wolf is usually seen as the weaker wolf, thought this could differ from the truth; the omega wolf might actually be as strong as a Delta or Gamma. However, these wolves are younger, and usually just hunt when there are no puppies to take care after. The omega wolf is the one who iniciates play, and it’s usual that if the omega wolf dies the pack separates, since their main role is to keep them all together.