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Alignment Good

Appears in Rayman 2
Location {{{location}}}
Portrayed by Coralie Martin (Rayman 2 on PC, Nintendo 64 and Dreamcast)

Sex Female
Species Globox's species
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Relatives Globox (husband)

Brainox (son)
Catastrox (son)
Hardrox (son)
Globber (son)
Globs (son)
Bimbette (daughter)
Oktette (daughter)
Other baby Globoxes (children; 650+ total)

Unlock criteria {{{Unlock criteria}}}

Uglette is a toad-like character who appears in Rayman 2 and its remakes. She is the wife of Rayman's best friend, Globox; together, they have over 650 children.


Uglette is a member of the same species as Globox; she looks very similar to him, except that she is pink whereas Globox is blue. In the PlayStation and Nintendo 3DS version of Rayman 2, Uglette also wears a pink bow, giving her a more distinctive appearance. The Knowledge of the World reveals that, along with her husband, Uglette was dreamed up by Polokus, who used his sense of humour in doing so.

Like her husband Globox, Uglette has a friendly and cheerful personality, although she does not seem to share his cowardly nature. A maternal creature, she is very protective of her children, and becomes distraught when Globox or the children are kidnapped by the Robo-Pirates – a regular occurrence.

In Rayman 2

In all versions, except in Rayman Revolution, Uglette does not debut until in the Iron Mountains, with the exception of one mention by her husband during the Canopy. When Rayman is exploring the Iron Mountains after freeing her children from the reformatory, he comes across Uglette, crying as her babies have been imprisoned down the mines. Rayman tells her not to cry and takes a nearby warship through a flooded valley. He finds the four mines and takes the baby Globoxes to safety in the ship. Uglette is overjoyed to see her children safe and thanks Rayman. One of the Globoxes then reveals that he found the fourth mask down the mines. Uglette wishes Rayman luck as he teleports back to the Hall of Doors. She is later seen at Rayman's funeral with Globox and some of their children. She celebrates with the others when it is revealed that he survived.

In the PlayStation version of Rayman 2

In the PlayStation version, Uglette receives her first mention in the Canopy as before, but is mentioned further by the Teensies after opening the fourth mask door, when they tell Rayman that her babies are held on the Gloomy Island, the alternative name for the Iron Mountains in this version. When he reaches Gloomy Island, Rayman encounters Uglette straight away, and promises to find her babies in a similar scene to the original, with dialogue changed only to reflect the different setting. Rayman frees the babies at the Reformatory (the mines are omitted) and they return to Uglette in a scene with a different setting but essentially identical to that in the original.

In Rayman Revolution

In Rayman Revolution, Uglette is portrayed as living in Globox's House, near a cliff on the Front. She can be optionally encountered here as soon as Rayman can access it after the Sanctuary of Water and Ice and will either thank Rayman for his efforts or despair over her husband's imprisonment depending on the stage of the game the player is at. She is still mentioned in the Canopy, and still appears at the Pirate Mines, now a separate level from the Iron Mountains. Instead of the fourth mask, a baby Globox will give Rayman the Rain Mask at this point, giving Rayman the ability to perform the Rain Dance, and Uglette will give him a brief description of its use, before leaving with her children.

In the Japanese version, she doesn't have any scales and her mouth is completely pink.

In Rayman Origins

Ah! Uglette! How are your 650 kids? And that handful of a hubby...! I don't know how you do it...! A little love tap from time to time should keep Globox in line. Mom power!
Bubble DreamerRayman Origins (unused dialogue)

At one point, Uglette was intended to be a playable character in Rayman Origins, but she was not included in the final version of the game. Her only mention is in the above unused dialogue.