- "The Wild Brood" redirects here. For the episode, see The Wild Brood (episode).
The Wild Brood is a gang of bikers in orc masks who came to Crystal Cove. Their leader Odnarb attracted the interest of Daphne Blake and Velma Dinkley with his poetic style. This made Fred Jones jealous.
Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated
The Wild Brood turned out to be a group of computer nerds who were game-system designers and role-players. The Shadowy Orc was Maxwell, who worked for them as a copy boy. He was jealous of them and tried to crash a train carrying their new Swordfish Game Console. The Wild Brood managed to catch him, and to save the game console (though the train still crashed and was completely demolished), with the help of the Scooby-Doo gang.
- Despite their experience dealing with fake monsters it would seem odd that not one member of Mystery Inc. questions whether they are actually real orcs, which of course they turned out not to be. A similar occurrence happened in a later episode when Velma believed that Amy was a real Siren and not the disguise of a normal woman.
- When the members of the Wild Brood's names are spelled backwards, they become derogatory names for people. For example, 'Dren' is 'nerd', 'Krod' is 'dork', 'Gabtraf' is 'fartbag' and 'Foog' is 'goof'. The only exception to this is the leader, who's name backwards is Brando, referring to Marlon Brando and the movie The Wild One, from which the name of the group and biker theme of the episode were derived.