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There are numerous foods seen to be eaten in the Ratchet & Clank series.
Number 7 value meal
Banana was a fruit commonly found in the Solana galaxy. While used as food, they also served as ammunition for the Banana-Guided Autonomous Monkey Device. Skrunch was known for his love for bananas. Qwark was also seen eating a banana in his cage on the Starship Phoenix. Clank kept a banana that Sigmund gave him in his radiator core. The Amoeboid Rotten Banana Reggie was named after bananas.
- Ratchet & Clank: Up Your Arsenal (first appearance)
- Ratchet & Clank: Size Matters
- Ratchet & Clank Future: A Crack in Time
- “ Interesting fact folks, DreadZone started out with two guys fighting over a Breakfast Burrito, and the rest is history! ”
- ―Dallas Wanamaker on DreadZone's creation. [Deadlocked]
A Breakfast Burrito was a Burrito designed to be eaten during breakfast time. Breakfast Burritos played a major role in the creation of DreadZone, and possibly the largest, as Gleeman Vox was inspired to make DreadZone after witnessing two guys fight over a Breakfast Burrito, with the rest "being history", according to Dallas Wanamaker.
Dual Gingerbread cake
Bee Mine cake
Plasma Whipcream cake
Tiramisu Launcher cake
The Tiramisu Launcher cake was a cake that had the Mine Launcher hidden in it. It was sent to Ratchet by Clank, in order to help him survive in prison. Clank had to purchase this weapon for Ratchet before sending it.
Shock Rocket cake
The Shock Rocket Cake was a cake that had the Shock Rocket hidden in it. It was sent to Ratchet by Clank, in order to help him survive in prison. Clank had to purchase this weapon for Ratchet before sending it.
Pineapple Upside Down RYNO cake
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Several different cereals are featured in the series.
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- “ …brought to you by Frosted Qwark-E-Os! Now with sugar coated sugar, mmmmm." ”
- ―Qwark [A4O]
Frosted Qwark-E-Os were a brand of cereal endorsed by Qwark and named after him. A short time later they came with sugar coated sugar.
Ratchet & Clank cereal
Ratchet & Clank cereal was an endorsment deal by MegaCorp Qwark was shown eating it.
Ratchet Breakfast Cereal
- “Dallas, turn that music down or there'll be no choco-tarts for breakfast!”
- ―Dallas imitating what his mother might say. [source needed]
A choco-tart was an item of food that could be eaten for breakfast.
Drophyd Stew was a common delicacy of numerous races, and consisted of a Drophyd in a stew. The Drophyds would clearly not be to keen on this, and fates like this might have possibly been another reason they joined Tachyon's Empire to prevent such fates from occurring. It's known the Tharpods were eating them, because Dr. Croid had a Drophyd Stew recipe in one of his safes.
Popcorn was a food popular among the Agorians and was commonly eaten while they watched arena battles in the Agorian Battleplex. Everyone who took part in Kick Your Best Friend in the Pants Day received free popcorn according to DreadZone commentator Dallas Wanamaker.
Ratchet Breath Mints
Notes and references
- ↑ Ratchet & Clank: Issue 1: Ears of War page 10.
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 Ratchet & Clank: Into the Nexus
- ↑ Video clip is titled "Dual Gingerbread cake" in Secret Agent Clank.
- ↑ Video clip is titled "Plasma Whipcream cake" in Secret Agent Clank.
- ↑ Video clip is titled "Tircmisu Launcher cake" in Secret Agent Clank.
- ↑ Video clip is titled "Pineapple Upside Down RYNO cake" in Secret Agent Clank.
- ↑ Insomniac Games news update (backup link at web archive)
- ↑ Ratchet & Clank instruction manual.
- ↑ Captain Darkwater's personal journal.
- ↑ 10.0 10.1 Ratchet & Clank: Issue 5: Multiple Organisms.