Lone Wolf

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Lone Wolf
Artwork of a Lone Wolf from Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
First appearance Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope (2022)
Variant of Scoper
“Oh, and try not to move in front of those Lone Wolves Lone Wolf icon when they're using their Evil Sight power. If you do and you're in range, they'll shoot you immediately.”
Ethering, Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope

Lone Wolves are variants of Scopers that appear as enemies in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope, first encountered in Pristine Peaks. Like Scopers, Lone Wolves are long range enemies that are weak to Burn and resist Frostbite, as well as being able to climb to higher ground, however they only fire one shot on their turn, and can also use a reaction shot technique called Evil Sight to attack heroes when they move during their turn or if they are inflicted with Burn, Splash or Gust. The range of their Evil Sight is indicated from a giant red dotted circle around them, and only two Lone Wolves can use it per turn.

Unlike Scopers, Lone Wolves are gray rather than black, and they wear a red handkerchief around their neck and a camo green eyepatch with a red lens.


Tacticam analysis[edit]

Lone Wolf icon LONE WOLF
Highly mobile. Strikes at long distances. Evil Sight Technique allows them to fire upon Heroes who move within their line of sight, even at long-range.
Burn weakness icon from Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope BURN Frostbite resistance icon from Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope FROSTBITE
Pristine Peaks
Terra Flora
Barrendale Mesa
Cursa's stronghold
  • Attack
    • Longshooter
      • Fires a single long-range projectile with a flat trajectory.
  • Technique
    • Evil Sight (2 turn cooldown)
      • Any target moving within the bearer's line of sight and within range are successfully attacked.
  • Movement
    • Climb x1
      • Quickly climb to high ground.

Memory bio[edit]

Image for Lone Wolves Memory in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope

Cursa's cunning is endless. If I were not an AI, my studies would quickly give way to emotion.
These long range threats climb quickly to high elevations to achieve tactical advantages, and make use of a special attack triggered by movement. They have a sensitivity to fire, but are well protected against Frostbite-charged attacks.


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ボッチーニ
From「一人ぼっち」(hitori-bocchi, solitude) and possibly the pluralized form of Italian diminutive "-ino"
Italian Solilupio The term "lupo solitario" (lonely wolf) mixed in one word; also a rough homophone of "soliloquio" (monologue)
Spanish Lobo Solitario Lonely Wolf