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Artwork of a Wildclaw from Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
Artwork of Wildclaw from Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
First appearance Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope (2022)
Variant of Rabbid
Notable members

Wildclaws are enemies in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope. They are large tiger-Rabbid hybrids that have a giant claw. Similar to Smashers from Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle, they have relatively low movement range and can only attack at close range using their giant claws to perform a slam attack if they get close enough to one of the player's characters; however, if a Wildclaw is attacked, it will run towards the character that launched the attack, followed by a counterattack if the Wildclaw is able to catch up to its target. Wildclaws are weak against Splash and resist Burn.

Wildclaws can also be summoned as allies by a Spark called Wildclaw Master.


There is only one variation of Wildclaws.


Tacticam analysis[edit]

Giant Wildclaw/Wildclaw icon WILDCLAW
Viciously goes after its nearest challenger to unleash area attacks that inflict a massive amount of damage. If attacked, it will charge at its attacker in a rage, during which it will launch an extra attack.
Splash weakness icon from Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope SPLASH Burn resistance icon from Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope BURN
Beacon Beach
Palette Prime
Cursa's stronghold
  • Attack
    • Claw Fist
      • Short-range area attack.
  • Ability
    • Hot Pursuit
      • If attacked, moves towards the offender. If they're within range, performs an extra attack on them.

Memory bio[edit]

Image for Wildclaws Memory in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope

These creatures inherited feline DNA, giving them formidable predatory instincts. They rush their attacker instantly when assaulted - a habit we can use to our advantage to lure them where we wish.
These Wildclaws despise contact with water, and are resistant to fire-based attacks. To my surprise, I find them both menacing and cute, a reminder that bioforms are complex, varied, and often hold contradictions.


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese タイガークロー
Taigā Kurō
Tiger Claw

Italian Artigliato
Clawed (lit.); possibly a portmanteau of "artiglio" (claw) and "tigrato" (tiger-striped)
Russian Когтехват
From "коготь" (a claw) and "хватать" (to grab)

Spanish Garrasalvaje
Portmanteau of "garra" (claw) and "gata salvaje" (wild cat)
Claw Fist
Language Name Meaning
Japanese カギヅメフィスト
Kagizume Fisuto
Claw Fist

Italian Artigli