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[[Image:Vie.png|thumb|316px|right|A bonus life]]
 
[[Image:Vie.png|thumb|316px|right|A bonus life]]
  
'''Lives''' are power-ups in ''[[Rayman 1|Rayman]]'', looking like small statues of [[Rayman]]. It is possible to catch them by touching them or throwing [[Rayman]]'s fist at them, once the power of the [[Grappling Fist]] bestowed. Their effect consists in giving [[Rayman]] a bonus life and healing him completely.
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'''Lives''' are power-ups found in [[Rayman 1|the original ''Rayman'' game]]. They look like small statues of [[Rayman]]. It is possible to catch them by touching them or throwing [[Rayman]]'s [[telescopic fist]] at them, once he has received the [[Grappling Fist]] ability. When Rayman collects a life, the player gains an additional chance to restart from the most recent [[the Photographer|checkpoint]] should Rayman die. Any health Rayman has lost is also restored.
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Lives reappear in [[Rayman Raving Rabbids (Game Boy Advance)|the Game Boy Advance adaptation of ''Rayman Raving Rabbids'']], where they are silver in colour. Here they serve largely the same purpose as they did in [[Rayman 1|the original game]].
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[[Image:Life RRR1 GBA.PNG|frame|right|A life statue in the [[Organic Cave]], a world in [[Rayman Raving Rabbids (Game Boy Advance)|the handheld ''Rayman Raving Rabbids'' game]].]]
  
 
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Revision as of 17:28, 2 February 2011

A bonus life

Lives are power-ups found in the original Rayman game. They look like small statues of Rayman. It is possible to catch them by touching them or throwing Rayman's telescopic fist at them, once he has received the Grappling Fist ability. When Rayman collects a life, the player gains an additional chance to restart from the most recent checkpoint should Rayman die. Any health Rayman has lost is also restored.

Lives reappear in the Game Boy Advance adaptation of Rayman Raving Rabbids, where they are silver in colour. Here they serve largely the same purpose as they did in the original game.

A life statue in the Organic Cave, a world in the handheld Rayman Raving Rabbids game.