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[[Image:MaracasRocket.png|thumb|316px|left|[[Rayman]] on a rocket-maraca]]
 
[[Image:MaracasRocket.png|thumb|316px|left|[[Rayman]] on a rocket-maraca]]
  
'''Rocket-[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maracas Maracas]''' are musical instruments found in [[Band Land]]. When [[Rayman]] jumps onto them, they ignite and expel their handle, and then start rising. It is possible to drive them by placing [[Rayman]] on the left or right edges. If the rocket-maraca is stuck, it will burst after a few seconds, which can be dangerous.
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'''Rocket-[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maracas maracas]''' are musical instruments found in [[Band Land]]. When [[Rayman]] jumps onto them, they ignite and expel their handle, and then start rising. It is possible to drive them by placing [[Rayman]] on the left or right edges. If the rocket-maraca is stuck, it will burst after a few seconds, which can be dangerous.
  
 
There is also another type of maraca, which does not ignite but only amortize [[Rayman]]'s jump, slightly going down and then returning to its original position. It's usually safer not to stay on them, as they're often placed above [[wrong note]]s.
 
There is also another type of maraca, which does not ignite but only amortize [[Rayman]]'s jump, slightly going down and then returning to its original position. It's usually safer not to stay on them, as they're often placed above [[wrong note]]s.

Revision as of 19:47, 4 April 2010

Rayman on a rocket-maraca

Rocket-maracas are musical instruments found in Band Land. When Rayman jumps onto them, they ignite and expel their handle, and then start rising. It is possible to drive them by placing Rayman on the left or right edges. If the rocket-maraca is stuck, it will burst after a few seconds, which can be dangerous.

There is also another type of maraca, which does not ignite but only amortize Rayman's jump, slightly going down and then returning to its original position. It's usually safer not to stay on them, as they're often placed above wrong notes.