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

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)
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 Claws