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Latest revision as of 21:38, 30 January 2020

Plomber
Plomber
Alignment Bad

Appears in Rayman Origins, Rayman Legends, Rayman Fiesta Run
Location Luscious Lakes

Portrayed by {{{portrayed by}}}

Resistance 1 HP
Attacks Flame spit, contact

Sex {{{sex}}}
Species Al Inferno

Relatives {{{relatives}}}

Plombers are infectious micro-organisms that appear in Rayman Origins, Rayman Legends and Rayman Fiesta Run.

Description

Plombers are nightmares of Polokus, they are enemy dragons from the Al Inferno species. They are wingless bipedal creatures, green in colour, with slimy skin, and pustules all around their bodies. Plombers are basically a redesigned version of the Baby Dragon Chefs to fit the organ-themed level, as they have a similar appearance and the exact same ability to spit fire when they see the heroes; however, all of the Plombers seem to remain completely static. As a replacement of the Baby Dragon Chefs' forks, Plombers use plungers as their main weapons, much like the Rabbids from the Raving Rabbids series.

In Rayman Origins

They appear inside of El Stomacho's body in the level My Heartburn's for You, when the heroes are swallowed by him. Some Plombers will spit fire above them, while others will watch for the heroes and only try to attack if they see them. If the heroes get too close to a Plomber, it will try to attack them with its plunger. Like almost every enemy in Rayman Origins, Plombers take only one hit to be bubblized.

In Rayman Legends

They only appear in My Heartburn's for You from Gourmand Land in the Back to Origins painting. They behave exactly the same as in Rayman Origins, but they can also be tickled by Murfy.

In Rayman Fiesta Run

They appear in the levels "Dragon-hop", "Breathless slide", "Chocolate city", "Pepper meal", "Acidy Reflux", "Dragon Heart", "Heartburn", "Hot Burp", "Hick up and down", "Bubble Explosion", and "Gastric Fluids". They also behave exactly the same in this game as they do in Rayman Origins.

The player can unlock the Dragon Hunter achievement by defeating twenty Inferno Dragons.

See also