The Wolf Arrowmen (also known as Wolf Archers) are the supporting antagonistic faction in Disney's 21st full-length animated feature film Robin Hood, which is based on the legendary heroic outlaw of the same name. They serve as henchmen, alongside the Rhino Guards, to Prince John and the Sheriff of Nottingham. They appear as slender gray wolves wearing brown hoods, orange shirts, pink gloves, and always carrying bows and arrows.
The Wolf Arrowmen are first seen during the film's opening credits. Later, during the song "Oo-De-Lally" (sung by Alan-A-Dale), they are seen trying to kill Robin Hood and Little John after the two outlaws were seen playing and goofing off in a pond. However, Robin Hood and Little John manage to escape the Wolf Archers.
The Wolf Arrowmen are later seen chasing after the innocent citizens of Nottingham after an archery tournament went awry, due to Prince John being thwarted by Little John when the former attempted to behead Robin Hood after hearing him talk about King Richard being the rightful king. A number of Wolf Archers can be seen relentlessly pursuing Maid Marian. She calls out for Robin Hood's help and is heroically rescued by him. He is then seen fighting off a few of the Wolf Arrowmen with a sword.
The Wolf Arrowmen are last seen chasing the citizens of Nottingham when they attempt to escape from jail. Later, under Prince John's orders, several Wolf Archers attempt to kill Robin Hood by firing their arrows at him, but he manages to flee to safety. It is unknown what has happened to them after King Richard returns, but it is possible that they either got imprisoned or changed their alliance to him.