The Cabin Wolf was an unnamed wolf who lived in the Forest in his own little cabin, and apparently made quite a comfortable living on his own. It turned out that he ran a bogus coffin-making business - he would persuade travelers to buy a coffin, as supposedly if they died in the Forest, their ghosts would haunt the grounds, unless they bought one and he'd agree to pick up their body.

As Adina found out, the forest was full of the ghosts of hapless victims, meaning that the Wolf never fulfilled his side of the bargain. Adina directly tells this to Cabin Wolf, although he will refuse to comment on it and trails off, telling Adina she must have been hallucinating. This angers Adina, and she tells him to "Go to hell", to which he responds; "Ha ha ha. Hell's warm at least."


The Cabin Wolf only looks out for himself, making money off the ignorance of the unwary. The Cabin Wolf can be presumed to be charismatic to some extent if he had managed to make a business out of lying and trickery. He also had quite a curt and selfish attitude, and mused to whether he should charge Adina for even entering his house.

If Adina continues to enter his house after he no longer has anything new to say, Cabin Wolf will remark with an annoyed tone that she is letting the cold in every time she opens the door.