Bothered by the lack of "Rayman 3" quotes on the Internet, the duck set out on a mission. A mission to provide fellow Rayfans with, well, "Rayman 3" quotes on the Internet. So after fighting hordes of Hoodlums and Lividstones, braving the heat of the Desert of the Knaaren, and nearly losing my life at the claws of Big Mama, I finally found a way I could save the world from such a dreaded fate. The fair kingdom of Raywiki holds the answer, exclaimed the duck. Seriously, though, that is the reason I joined the site. To add quotes to the list of quotes in Rayman 3: Hoodlum Havoc page, but I will try to help with other pages, as well. It would be fun to help make this site even better for other fans of the "Rayman" series.
|The Duck of Indeed|
|Appears in||"That's Just Fowl: A Duck's Story" and the juice aisle of the grocery store|
|Portrayed by||Another duck|
|Sex||How dare you!|
Who is this Duck?
Hello, I am your usual sentient duck and fellow gamer. I love video games like a bird loves to fly, and I would know. I have been playing for over 10 years now. Due to my love of games, I do a lot of fan art because of an overwhelming urge to draw my favorite characters. I also like to write, and I have combined my love of art and writing to make original comics. I have finished the scripts of two comics and am now working on drawing one of those comics. I also write reviews for Amazon. For whatever reason, I am quite determined to get the top reviewer rank. I probably never will, but it won’t stop me from trying.
My Rayman Experience
My first "Rayman" game was "Rayman 2: The Great Escape". I remember when I first saw it. I had recently gotten a Nintendo 64, and I kept seeing the game, but passing it by at the store. (At the time, I thought Rayman looked like a bizarre dog for some reason. Don’t see the resemblance now.) It looked like fun, and I finally decided to buy it. And it was awesome. I became an instant fan. That game is still my favorite “Rayman” game. I loved the strange looking characters and unique locations. The way the characters sounded like they were speaking in their own language. I loved that Rayman had no limbs and that he could use his hair like a helicopter and everything. (And I loved Globox and his rain dance.) What’s funny is I played the game many times, got all the 999 Yellow Lums, but it wasn’t until years later that I found secret Lum number 1000. It was so satisfying when I did. It’s so exciting to found out there’s still something I’ve missed in one of my favorite games.
I later got "Rayman Advance" (I'm ashamed I don't have the original, original "Rayman".) That one was too hard for me. I currently need to get all the Electoons to get to the final world. I haven't been able to finish it yet. I think someday I’ll get the original “Rayman” and see how I do. I’ve always had better luck with console games.
After that, I got "Rayman 3: Hoodlum Havoc". I enjoyed that game, despite some of its issues. I do wish the game wasn’t so silly. I really liked the feel of “Rayman 2”, and “Rayman 3” doesn’t have that. It’s still a lot of fun, and I love the funny quotes. When I can understand them. And I loved getting points. My best score so far is 412,056. I know, not the best score out there, but I tried. I know I can do better some time.
I also got the first "Rayman: Raving Rabbids" game, then sold it. Not a big fan of those really. I got it because I was feeling “Rayman” deprived. After that, years later, I got "Rayman Origins". That game was great. Wonderful music, beautiful graphics. I wish the story wasn’t so unclear, though. It was still super fun. I got all 246 Electoons and even beat the secret boss, Big Mama. I look forward to "Rayman Legends", but I wish more games were made like "Rayman 2".