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Image for Magnafowls Memory in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
First appearance Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope (2022)
Variant of Wildclaw
Notable members
Giant Magnafowl
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Rabbid, Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope

Magnafowls are variants of Wildclaws that appear as enemies in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope, first encountered in Terra Flora. Instead of claws, Magnafowls use rubber chickens as weapons (hence the name). Much like their brethren, Magnafowls can only attack heroes at close range, although unlike Wildclaws they do not prematurely pursue the heroes if attacked outside of its turn. However, Magnafowls can use the Attract technique to draw heroes close to them and then deal heavy damage, similar to Bwaluigi from Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle. Magnafowls are weak against Ooze and resist Shock. A bigger version covered in Darkmess, known as Giant Magnafowl, appears as an optional boss in Barrendale Mesa.


Tacticam analysis[edit]

Magnafowl icon from Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope MAGNAFOWL
Targets closest rival to unleash area attacks that deal massive damage. If its closest opponent isn't within range, it will use its Technique to draw them in close.
Ooze weakness icon from Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope OOZE Shock resistance icon from Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope SHOCK
Terra Flora
Barrendale Mesa
  • Attack
    • Clucker Clobber
      • Short-range area attack.
  • Technique
    • Attract (2 turn cooldown)
      • Attracts all targets within range to bring them closer.

Memory bio[edit]


I could be forgiven for not taking these creatures seriously at first sight, for isn't that the purpose of a rubber chicken? Not in this case. The unconventional weapon acts as a magnet, drawing Heroes to it against their will where they can be pounded like a cutlet. The rubber weapon gives them resistance to electricity, while their feline penchant for cleanliness makes then susceptible to filthy Ooze attacks.


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese クックルクロー
Kukkuru Kurō
Cockerel Claw
Italian Ruspante Free Range, referring to the chicken on their arm
Spanish Magnallino