Juno is the Alpha of the Arctic Wolves. Juno was first seen as a statue at the AJ Birthday Party and has yet to make an appearance in the Adventures. On August 16, 2018, The Jamaa Journal revealed the Arctic Wolf statue in the Temple of the Ancients to be Juno themself, turned to stone as the result of years spent trapped in the Temple.


Juno is a thick-furred, muscular arctic wolf. They have strange rectangular-like markings all over their body and eye patches on each side of their face that resemble black eyeliner. They have gentle, slightly squinted, pure white eyes and a long snout with a rectangular nose.


  • They could be named after Juno, the Roman goddess of marriage and queen of the Olympians; however, this has not been confirmed.
  • Their name may also come from Juneau, the capital city of Alaska.
  • In the notes left by the Alphas at the Temple of the Ancients as well as in the Jamaa Journal, Juno is referred to using the pronouns "them" and "themself" as opposed to "she/he", "her/him", or "herself/himself." A writer for AJHQ posted on their personal Instagram account saying that this is because Juno is a nonbinary character. In subsequent emails, AJHQ support staff have stated that "Juno doesn't identify with a particular gender."
  • Juno is the only minor alpha to be shown in their animal form (as opposed to only being seen as a statue).
  • When a player enters the code ''JUNO'', the player receives a Hidden Juno Statue.
  • They have a set of furniture as well as a set of armor dedicated to them.


Start a Discussion Discussions about Juno

  • Juno's Gender Identity

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    • but wild, still, they use they/them pronouns. not he, she, and them pronouns... so nonbinary is the way to go.
    • Looks up genders and mental disorders ...
  • Juno’s gender

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    • don't @ me. does it actually matter wether juno is a boy, girl, non-binary, queer, demon, fridge, plastic bag or whatever d...
    • some people like to argue about this. if you don't like it, you don't need to tell them to stop, unless it's affecting you.