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Clawd Wolf debuted in the cartoon series in the Volume 1 webisode "Fur Will Fly", which premiered on December 2, 2010. He is voiced by Yuri Lowenthal and Ogie Banks in the English version of the cartoon.
WebisodesHeath Burns challenges Clawdeen to two laps around the track. Certain of himself, he brags to Clawd that Clawdeen will be easily beaten. Clawd, knowing the moon is full tonight, merely cryptically replies that Heath shouldn't have picked today to challenge her.
WebisodesFrankie to suggest him as boyfriend material to Draculaura. Clawd is about to make the winning throw in a casketball game when suddenly Draculaura falls into his arms, knocking the ball out of his hands and costing Monster High the match. Undaunted by this, Clawd comes to Draculaura's aid when Heath mocks her. He gets Heath to drop his and Draculaura's date and invites her to the Spirit Rally with him instead. Clawdeen pulls him aside. She interrogates him about his reasons to take Draculaura to the Spirit Rally, but he assures they are going as friends. Clawd fulfills his Casketbal Captain duties at the Spirit Rally and later dances with Draculaura, which leads to her confessing her feelings to him. Draculaura and Clawd avoid each other for a while after Draculaura's confession. Gloom Beach. A letter from Clawd to Draculaura alerts Clawdeen to the fact the two lied to her about not being romantically involved.
Draculaura is late because she and Clawd discovered a sale and Draculaura just had to buy some of the outfits and accessories. Amused, the group makes their way to the theatre where a long line has formed by then, mostly consisting of Belfry Prep vampires and Crescent Moon High werewolves. All of them react oddly on the sight of the group and Clawd theorizes it's because he, as a werewolf, and Draculaura, as a vampire, are friends. Frankie resolves to say something about it, ignoring Lagoona's and Clawdeen's protests. She loudly tells the vampires and werewolves present that Clawd and Draculaura are dating, causing even more muttering, at which point Lagoona finally gets to say she thinks the initial attention was because Draculaura has toilet paper stuck on her boot. The theatre opens and the vampires and werewolves rush inside, trampling the Monster High students, who decide to catch a later show.
Clawd and Romulus are playing a match of casketball and catching up on old times. When the vampires enter, Romulus's mood sours and gets worse when Clawd introduces Draculaura as his girlfriend. Again later, the group notices that the Belfry Prep vampires are manipulating the Monster High zombies into their service and that the Crescent Moon High werewolves are marking parts of Monster High as their territory. A minor incident over Draculaura brings two werewolves and three vampires nearly into a fight, causing Frankie and Abbey to rush to Bloodgood to discuss a plan before the situation escalates. They come up with a party at the cemetery—neutral ground—to get all groups to socialize.
The party initially is a disaster, as everyone is afraid to be the first to make contact and dance. On Frankie's urging, Clawd and Draculaura go first, and Abbey forces several other couples together on the dance-floor. This eases the mood and more couples form and join in dance and games, making the party a success. All are happy, except Crabgrass, who calls her boss, Administrator Van Hellscream, to inform him there is a problem. The next day, Van Hellscream shows up in Bloodgood's office. Bloodgood is elated, knowing Van Hellscream as a monster expert and promoter of human-monster relations, but Nightmare is immediately wary of the human.
Van Hellscream is aware of all these events and brings them together to work to his advantage. He sets a trap for Frankie and Abbey to capture them and Bloodgood that night, while he sends Draculaura a text message that makes it seem like Clawd wants to talk to her that night at the statue of Bloodgood, and also while he sends Howleen a text message that the vampires are planning to carve "Vampowerment" in Bloodgood's statue that night. Through this, he captures all five in one move and takes them to a place deep inside the catacombs.
Clawd broke up with Draculaura, the rumor that the werewolves have harmed her infuriates him and he demands Romulus to tell him what happened. Romulus denies involvement and points out that, if anything, Clawd should be worried about what has happened to his little sister. Clawdeen joins him then, revealing that she went to talk with the vampires and that they swear they haven't harmed Howleen. With Frankie also missing and Bloodgood's statue gone, Clawdeen figures that Frankie was right and that Van Hellscream is behind all the disappearances. She and Clawd decide to first find their friends and family using their superior olfactory abilities. This leads them to the catacombs, where they get Operetta to be their guide. The captives have freed themselves meanwhile and are making their way outside when they are attacked by scargoyles. With combined strength, they manage to hold the creatures off just until Clawd, Clawdeen, and Operetta find them.
Right before the fight can commence in the gym, Howleen and Draculaura burst in to tell both sides to stop. The werewolves and vampires are surprised to see their kin well and free, so Bloodgood and Frankie explain Van Hellscream's plan and why Monster High is such a threat to him. Realizing they've been manipulated for awful goals, the vampires and werewolves agree to peace and the entire student body gets together to quickly put up a party to leave a good impression with the Skullastic Superintendents. The plan succeeds, and after they've left, the students and Bloodgood confront and corner Van Hellscream and Crabgrass. Van Hellscream threatens to use one of his many potions and charms against the monsters, but Deuce beats him to it, petrifying both him and Crabgrass. Following this little interruption, the party continues.
The boys in the corridor, waiting in line to be the first bake sale customers, try to fight the creature, but even Deuce's gorgon stare doesn't stop it. Almost all of them are subsequently eaten by the cookie dough monster, but when it's Heath's turn to become a snack, the monster's weakness is found: heat. Heath quickly bakes the monster to death, after which all his friends and Mr. Hackington emerge alive from the cookie spill. Frankie spots the nail polish bit that caused all the trouble, revealing that Cleo is to blame. When Headless Headmistress Bloodgood arrives and orders the mess to be cleaned up, everyone agrees that to be Cleo's job. Cleo takes solace in the fact that at least the cookie spill contains chocolate chips.
Clawd struggles to find just the right gift to give to Draculaura on her Sweet 1600th birthday, but his first couple of attempts end in failure, and him receiving a good whack on the head from his little sister, Clawdeen, and a rolled-up magazine. He even tries to ask C.A. Cupid for help via her radio show. He decides to go with a box full of memorabilia from several things he did with Draculaura, only to soon learn of him now having a rival in an old flame of Draculaura's from Transylvania, Valentine. When he learns of Draculaura now being under Valentine's spell, he seeks the aid of Cupid with freeing her, but ends up falling in love with Cupid upon being struck by one of her arrows due to Toralei's interference. After he's freed from Cupid's spell, he tries to get the box of memorabilia to Draculaura, but is pinned to a column by Valentine. However, the box reaches Draculaura, and the memories she has of items breaks Valentine's spell on her. Afterwards, once Valentine and Toralei are tossed out of Draculaura's party, Clawd presents Draculaura with a driver's instruction guide to help her study for taking her driver's test again. He joins Draculaura as she leaves Monster High in her new car, getting one last dose of payback on Valentine and Toralei by splashing them with muddy water as they drive past.
Clawd does his best to keep Draculaura in good spirits as she's picked on over her disgust of Veronica Von Vamp and her movies by Toralei, Gory, and other students, however, when Draculaura is asked to return to Transylvania for her coronation as the Vampire Queen by Vampire Prime Minister Lord Stoker, Clawd has to stay behind at Monster High, leaving him deeply upset over being separated from his girl for some time. Despite his grief over not seeing Draculaura for a while, he joins with Deuce and Gil to remain neutral in Toralei and his little sister Howleen's argument over which of two handsome actors is better looking. He even remains neutral about it once it is resolved in Cute Court that the two actors are the same guy portraying both roles. Later, he is reunited with Draculaura at the debut of Veronica's latest movie, and her coronation as the true Vampire Queen, Elissabat, being summoned to Draculaura's side by a dog whistle. After that, he joins Draculaura as her date for the movie, joined by their friends and the rest of Monster High.
As Clawd cheers on Lagoona and Sirena during a swim meet, he finds himself soon being alienated by Deuce, Gil, and the other guys thanks to a piece of gossip about him and his sisters having were-fleas told to Spectra by Toralei. He ends up taking it seriously so much that he is forced to keep his distance from Draculaura and have other guys like Johnny Spirits deliver gifts to her on his behalf. In the end, Clawdeen resolves the problem and reveals the gossip being fake, and Clawd is able to be with Draculaura again during the celebrations for Monster and Haunted High's new unity and friendship.