Cookie

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Cookie
Alignment Good

Appears in Rayman: The Animated Series
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Sex Male
Species Mole
Status Ally

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Cookie Luvagetto is a character who only appears in all four episodes of Rayman: The Animated Series. He is one of Rayman's friends who must continuously run away from Inspector Grub as they try to get him and his friends back to the circus. He is played by Carlos Alazraqui.

Appearance

Cookie is a mole with a large snout. He has brown fur and stands upright. At the end of his snout is a dog-like nose. He wears a blue bandana around the top of his head. He is very fat, wears a green shirt patterned with squares and similar trousers with a belt around them. He has long, bare arms and he has no shoes, showing huge toes. He is also known to wear glasses.

Personality

Cookie has a personality rather like Murfy from Rayman 3: Hoodlum Havoc. He can be very rude and doesn't seem to care about others much, although he does seem to care about Lac-Mac more than he lets on. He dislikes Rayman's ways because he thinks Rayman doesn't take things too seriously at times. He is a big complainer, especially when it comes to headaches, and also seems to enjoy cooking. His best friend seems to be Lac-Mac, as he always hangs out with him the most. Lastly, he is very good at fixing things, at the end of the first episode managing to fix someone else's car when it seemed impossible, so they could take it.

Trivia

  • A character bearing strong resemblance to Cookie appears on what appears to be early development art for Rayman 1. This could suggest that he is based on a scrapped character, much as the series' basic plot-line resembles an early storyline for Rayman 2: The Great Escape.