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Trains made quite a few appearances throughout the series. Most of them were either hovering trains or trains that went on rails that Ratchet ground on. In Ratchet & Clank the duo visited a train station in Metropolis which had two trains sitting on it, one being a luxurious passenger train which was a hover train and the other being a freight train being a Grav-train which was the one Ratchet rode on, not only knocking enemy blarg troopers off but also viewing the city and trying to catch an Infobot on the locomotive. At the Gadgetron Site, Ratchet ground on rails that were part of a monorail system which had small monorail like vehicles that Ratchet had to dodge. In Going Commando in Allgon City, the trains were quite different as they were Teleporting Trains that warped from one part of the city to the other. Ratchet had to grind on their tracks in order to achieve a piece of the Hypnomatic. High over planet Smolg, giant freight vessels were seen and were like a resemblance of freight trains, although it was unknown if these were trains or not. In Ratchet & Clank: Up Your Arsenal, during the fight with Clank against the Terror of Talos an elevated train was seen moving on elevated tracks, although it got knocked down due to the destruction of the city. Ratchet also fought Klunk on a train in Metropolis with Clank being trapped in a cage on a train beside it. In Tools of Destruction Ratchet and Clank saw a lot of trains in the city including almost hitting one on the way to the defense center, but they also dodged many magnet trains throughout the city as part of the transit system. In Ratchet & Clank: Into the Nexus in the sky train level Ratchet and Clank encounter trains on ground rails with rail ties including when fighting Neftin Prog.