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23rd Nov '16 1:01:19 AM Morgenthaler
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* Natsumi in ''InazumaEleven'', being an {{Ojou}}, had hired help to cook for her, so she had no culinary experience whatsoever. On her first attempt at making food, the result looked normal, but it made Endou turn blue and sweat profusely when he ate it. In spite of the fact that Aki and Haruna were both walking her through it. And the fact that she was trying to make ''onigiri'' - the recipe for which is basically "add salt to rice, wad it around whatever filling you want, and wrap it in a piece of nori". ''Inazuma Eleven GO'' shows that ten years later, she had learned how to make food that looks delicious... but it still tastes terrible.
* Swampling in ''SimonTheSorcerer'' and his trademark Swampling Stew. Somehow, he manages to make a franchise out of it by the second game.

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* Natsumi in ''InazumaEleven'', ''VideoGame/InazumaEleven'', being an {{Ojou}}, had hired help to cook for her, so she had no culinary experience whatsoever. On her first attempt at making food, the result looked normal, but it made Endou turn blue and sweat profusely when he ate it. In spite of the fact that Aki and Haruna were both walking her through it. And the fact that she was trying to make ''onigiri'' - the recipe for which is basically "add salt to rice, wad it around whatever filling you want, and wrap it in a piece of nori". ''Inazuma Eleven GO'' shows that ten years later, she had learned how to make food that looks delicious... but it still tastes terrible.
* Swampling in ''SimonTheSorcerer'' ''VideoGame/SimonTheSorcerer'' and his trademark Swampling Stew. Somehow, he manages to make a franchise out of it by the second game.



* In ''WorldOfWarcraft'', a panicked goblin in Tanaris sends you to collect [[TwentyBearAsses scorpion asses]] to cure what ails his wife. It turns out that his lousy cooking was at fault.

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* In ''WorldOfWarcraft'', ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft'', a panicked goblin in Tanaris sends you to collect [[TwentyBearAsses scorpion asses]] to cure what ails his wife. It turns out that his lousy cooking was at fault.
22nd Nov '16 6:05:51 PM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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** The ''main character'' can be this if you're not paying attention --which can happen easily enough, since most of the dishes you're asked to prepare are Japanese cuisine which might be unfamiliar to a Western audience. If you mess up, then choose to share your cooking with a school friend during lunch, almost all of them are ''offended'' and call you out on it... except Yukiko, who thinks it's hilarious and actually rewards you with points towards her S.Link.

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** *** The ''main character'' can be this if you're not paying attention --which can happen easily enough, since most of the dishes you're asked to prepare are Japanese cuisine which might be unfamiliar to a Western audience. If you mess up, then choose to share your cooking with a school friend during lunch, almost all of them are ''offended'' and call you out on it... except Yukiko, who thinks it's hilarious and actually rewards you with points towards her S.Link.
22nd Nov '16 6:04:24 PM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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** According to her supports, [[GenkiGirl Lalam the Dancer]] from ''[[VideoGame/FireEmblemElibe Fire Emblem]]'' 6.

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** According to her supports, [[GenkiGirl Lalam the Dancer]] from ''[[VideoGame/FireEmblemElibe Fire Emblem]]'' 6.Emblem: The Binding Blade]]''.



** [[TheProtagonist Prince Chrom]] from ''VideoGame/FireEmblemAwakening'', who basically ''knocks out'' his rival Vaike with his horrible food.
** Chrom's little sister [[TomboyPrincess Lissa]] is no better; she attempts to cook for [[TheBigGuy Kellam]]... [[EpicFail and he passes out as well.]]
** The Avatar, AKA Robin, can flip-flop between this and SupremeChef, though s/he is mostly remembered as a pretty bad one. ([[BigEater Panne and Nah]] are the only ones who straighforwardly likes his/her cooking.) However, if their supports with [[InstantAwesomeJustAddDragons Nowi]] and [[TsunDere Severa]] are anything to go by, they ''do'' improve eventually.
** [[{{Tomboy}} Sully]] is ''famous'' for being this (it's even mentioned in her description on her character roster) and unfortunately passed it down to her daughter [[GlacierWaif Kjelle]], who manages to knock out the army with her attempt at breakfast.
** It is possible that Robin's bad cooking can be taken as a reference to his/her "predecessor" Kris from ''[[VideoGame/FireEmblemAkaneia New Mystery of the Emblem]]'', who, much like Robin (or at least in the Japanese version), has the tendency to make food that literally tastes like steel, as shown in his/her supports with Caeda (Where they apparently ''somehow'' make steel-flavored candy, and they mention that their adoptive grandfather threatened to disown them when they wished to cook for him). Though again much like Robin, if the item "Kris's handmade cookies" in ''Awakening'' is any indication, they do get better eventually.
** In ''VideoGame/FireEmblemFates'', the player can build a restaurant in their castle, in which a random one of the units will do the honors of [[ThroughHisStomach preparing stat-boosting food for the army.]] While most of them are at least passable chefs, a couple are terrible at it to the point where their cooking can even impact the other charas's stats negatively. Among them are Arthur (absurdly unlucky), Setsuna (too air-headed and a noblewoman so she's probably never cooked before), Keaton (werewolf, has extremely strange tastes), Rinkah (doesn't understand cooking beyond "Throw something on a fire"), Reina (BloodKnight who has probably never bothered to learn [[spoiler: plus she's estranged from her noble parents who wanted her to be more of a traditional bride, cooking included]]) and Felicia (extremely accident prone).
** It seems that this is a RunningGag for avatar characters, as in ''Fates'', the Avatar, AKA Corrin, cooks food that ''literally tastes like steel''... yet again. And it seems that they are even worse than the previous two, as they manage to ''burn tea''. (This is actually fairly easy to do, if you're making tea the old-fashioned pot-and-leaves way and not with modern teabags, and and the taste is very noticeable.)

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** ''VideoGame/FireEmblemAwakening'':
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[[TheProtagonist Prince Chrom]] from ''VideoGame/FireEmblemAwakening'', Chrom]], who basically ''knocks out'' his rival Vaike with his horrible food.
** *** Chrom's little sister [[TomboyPrincess Lissa]] is no better; she attempts to cook for [[TheBigGuy Kellam]]... [[EpicFail and he passes out as well.]]
** *** The Avatar, AKA Robin, can flip-flop between this and SupremeChef, though s/he is mostly remembered as a pretty bad one. ([[BigEater Panne and Nah]] are the only ones who straighforwardly likes his/her cooking.) However, if their supports with [[InstantAwesomeJustAddDragons Nowi]] and [[TsunDere [[{{Tsundere}} Severa]] are anything to go by, they ''do'' improve eventually.
** *** [[{{Tomboy}} Sully]] is ''famous'' ''infamous'' for being this (it's even mentioned in her description on her character roster) and unfortunately passed it down to her daughter [[GlacierWaif Kjelle]], who manages to knock out the army with her attempt at breakfast.
** It is possible that Robin's bad cooking can be taken as a reference to his/her "predecessor" Kris from ''[[VideoGame/FireEmblemAkaneia New Mystery of the Emblem]]'', who, much like Robin (or at least in the Japanese version), has the tendency to make food that literally tastes like steel, as shown in his/her supports with Caeda (Where (where they apparently ''somehow'' make steel-flavored candy, and they mention that their adoptive grandfather threatened to disown them when they wished to cook for him). Though again much like Robin, if the item "Kris's handmade cookies" in ''Awakening'' is any indication, they do get better eventually.
** In ''VideoGame/FireEmblemFates'', the ''VideoGame/FireEmblemFates'':
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player can build a restaurant in their castle, in which a random one of the units will do the honors of [[ThroughHisStomach preparing stat-boosting food for the army.]] While most of them are at least passable chefs, a couple are terrible at it to the point where their cooking can even impact the other charas's characters' stats negatively. Among them are Arthur (absurdly unlucky), Setsuna (too air-headed and a noblewoman so she's probably never cooked before), Keaton (werewolf, has (a werewolf with extremely strange tastes), Rinkah (doesn't understand cooking beyond "Throw something on a fire"), Reina (BloodKnight (a BloodKnight who has probably never bothered to learn learn. [[spoiler: plus Plus, she's estranged from her noble parents who wanted her to be more of a traditional bride, cooking included]]) and Felicia (extremely accident prone).
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accident-prone).
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It seems that this is a RunningGag for avatar characters, as in ''Fates'', the ''Fates''[='s=] Avatar, AKA Corrin, cooks food that ''literally tastes like steel''... yet again. And it seems that they are even worse than the previous two, as they manage to ''burn tea''. (This is actually fairly easy to do, if you're making tea the old-fashioned pot-and-leaves way and not with modern teabags, and and the taste is very noticeable.)



* One of the ''VideoGame/{{Persona 3}}'' Social Links involves Fuuka [[MissionControl "Tank, I need an exit"]] Yamagishi, who recruits the main character to taste test her food. The level of Courage the protagonist requires for this is literally titled "BadAss" -- her cooking is foul enough to [[AnimalsHateHim chase off nearby animals]]. On the other hand, as you hang out with her, her cooking gradually improves. As [[SupremeChef Shinjiro]] points out , Fuuka's failure in cooking lies in her tendency to not prepare in advance and to try to deviate from the recipe without first understanding the basics, and then panic and further compound her mistakes as a result. For instance, when making chocolate truffles, if the recipe asks for one teaspoon of liqueur, she adds ''[[CordonBleughChef a cup]]'' on the basis that [[OvenLogic she wants a bigger portion to share with everyone]]. Which is a moot point, since she mistakenly used ''vinegar''...
* Three of the main girls in ''VideoGame/{{Persona 4}}'' have very questionable cooking abilities, ranging from Rise (would be fine if her food wasn't way too spicy), Yukiko (who can make an omelet that, through a process that can only be described as alchemical, has no taste ''at all'') and Chie (just plain awful). Ironically, out of the four females in the main cast, only the {{Bokukko}} Naoto could be considered a competent chef (and even with her help, it took three tries to come up with a cake that was deemed suitable for consumption).
** When Chie and Yukiko combine their powers, the result is dubbed "Mystery Food X" and manage to take out both the main male leads in one spoonful. (TheAnimeOfTheGame implies that they put thick starch, three different kinds of pepper, kimchi, and soy milk into it.) The Mystery Food X returns in the [[VideoGame/Persona4Arena fighting game]] and grabbing it will grant you the Poison status... [[ViolationOfCommonSense and you get a trophy for it too]].
** Yukiko's [[BadEnding Joke Ending]] in [[VideoGame/Persona4Arena Persona 4 Arena]] features her not only taking out [[TheHero Yu]] [[CanonName Narukami]] with her cooking by force-feeding him, but she pushes it on [[TrueCompanions her friends]] as well when they show up. [[https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/originals/5f/e6/74/5fe67423639994b586428e74c319a0d0.jpg Their expressions (and a very ill looking Yu in the background) says it all.]]
** In ''[[UpdatedRerelease P4 Golden]]'', poor Nanako tries to make homemade chocolate for her "[[PlayerCharacter Big Bro]]" on Valentines Day. Normally she averts this trope as she's too young to cook, though she can make eggs sunny-side-up just fine and even takes care of the household despite her age. However, on this endeavor... [[spoiler: she goes to Chie, Yukiko & Rise for pointers, and finishes it before Naoto could help. The resulting concoction is so vile that it puts "Mystery Food X" to shame; it actually appears to inflict the "Fear" status when you eat it, and looks like a miniature version of the [[http://megamitensei.wikia.com/wiki/Black_Ooze Foul clan Black Ooze]] demon from the main series.]]
** Also from P4 Golden, Marie shows up to offer her ''own'' Valentine's Day chocolate to the main character just minutes before he runs into Nanako. She has never cooked anything before and she could only use whatever she could find inside the limousine, but still created something that [[spoiler:a) smells through the gift-wrapped box, b) is still moving, c) will melt if you let it, d) will ''run away'' if it melts, d) actually tastes ''normal'' and is incredibly addictive, and e) continues to move in your stomach ''after'' being eaten.]]
** The gag is continued in Persona Q. By combining the cooking of Chie, Yukiko, Rise, and Fuuka, Naoto manages to make an arrow that manages to kill an absurdly powerful FOE in one shot. Mitsuru even wants to take it to a lab to analyze it for weapons developement.

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* ''[[ShinMegamiTenseiPersona Persona]]'':
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One of the ''VideoGame/{{Persona 3}}'' Social Links involves Fuuka [[MissionControl "Tank, I need an exit"]] Yamagishi, who recruits the main character to taste test her food. The level of Courage the protagonist requires for this is literally titled "BadAss" "Badass" -- her cooking is foul enough to [[AnimalsHateHim chase off nearby animals]]. On the other hand, as you hang out with her, her cooking gradually improves. As [[SupremeChef Shinjiro]] points out , out, Fuuka's failure in cooking lies in her tendency to not prepare in advance and to try to deviate from the recipe without first understanding the basics, and then panic and further compound her mistakes as a result. For instance, when making chocolate truffles, if the recipe asks for one teaspoon of liqueur, she adds ''[[CordonBleughChef a cup]]'' on the basis that [[OvenLogic she wants a bigger portion to share with everyone]]. Which is a moot point, since she mistakenly used ''vinegar''...
* ** ''VideoGame/Persona4'':
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Three of the main girls in ''VideoGame/{{Persona 4}}'' have very questionable cooking abilities, ranging from Rise (would be fine if her food wasn't way too spicy), Yukiko (who can make an omelet that, through a process that can only be described as alchemical, has no taste ''at all'') and Chie (just plain awful). Ironically, out of the four females in the main cast, only the {{Bokukko}} Naoto could be considered a competent chef (and even with her help, it took three tries to come up with a cake that was deemed suitable for consumption).
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consumption).
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When Chie and Yukiko combine their powers, the result is dubbed "Mystery Food X" and manage to take out both the main male leads in one spoonful. (TheAnimeOfTheGame spoonful (''Anime/Persona4TheAnimation'' implies that they put thick starch, three different kinds of pepper, kimchi, and soy milk into it.) The it). Mystery Food X returns in the [[VideoGame/Persona4Arena fighting game]] and grabbing it will grant you the Poison status... [[ViolationOfCommonSense and you get a trophy for it too]].
** Yukiko's [[BadEnding Joke Ending]] in [[VideoGame/Persona4Arena Persona 4 Arena]] features her not only taking out [[TheHero Yu]] [[CanonName Narukami]] with her cooking by force-feeding him, but she pushes it on [[TrueCompanions her friends]] as well when they show up. [[https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/originals/5f/e6/74/5fe67423639994b586428e74c319a0d0.jpg Their expressions (and a very ill looking Yu in the background) says it all.]]
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*** In ''[[UpdatedRerelease P4 Golden]]'', poor Nanako tries to make homemade chocolate for her "[[PlayerCharacter Big Bro]]" on Valentines Day. Normally she averts this trope as she's too young to cook, though she can make eggs sunny-side-up just fine fine, and even normally takes care of the household despite her age. However, on this endeavor... [[spoiler: she goes to Chie, Yukiko & Rise for pointers, and finishes it before Naoto could help. The resulting concoction is so vile that it puts "Mystery Food X" to shame; it actually appears to inflict the "Fear" status when you eat it, and looks like a miniature version of the [[http://megamitensei.wikia.com/wiki/Black_Ooze Foul clan Black Ooze]] demon from the main ''Franchise/ShinMegamiTensei'' series.]]
** *** Also from P4 Golden, ''P4 Golden'', Marie shows up to offer her ''own'' Valentine's Day chocolate to the main character just minutes before he runs into Nanako. She has never cooked anything before and she could only use whatever she could find inside the Velvet Room limousine, but still created something that [[spoiler:a) smells through the gift-wrapped box, b) is still moving, c) will melt if you let it, d) will ''run away'' if it melts, d) actually tastes ''normal'' and is incredibly addictive, and e) continues to move in your stomach ''after'' being eaten.]]
** The gag is continued in Persona Q. By combining the cooking of Chie, Yukiko, Rise, and Fuuka, Naoto manages to make an arrow that manages to kill an absurdly powerful FOE in one shot. Mitsuru even wants to take it to a lab to analyze it for weapons developement.
]]



* Prior to ''Persona 3'' and ''4'', it's implied that Maya Amano from ''{{VideoGame/Persona 2}}'' is an awful chef to the point that Ulala does most of the cooking. To supplement this, Maya's fridge is loaded with [[TrademarkFavoriteFood canned crab]].

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* ** Yukiko's [[BadEnding Joke Ending]] in ''VideoGame/Persona4Arena'' features her not only taking out [[TheHero Yu]] [[CanonName Narukami]] with her cooking by force-feeding him, but she pushes it on [[TrueCompanions her friends]] as well when they show up. [[https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/originals/5f/e6/74/5fe67423639994b586428e74c319a0d0.jpg Their expressions (and a very ill looking Yu in the background) says it all.]]
** The gag is continued in ''VideoGame/PersonaQ''. By combining the cooking of Chie, Yukiko, Rise, and Fuuka, Naoto manages to make an arrow that manages to kill an absurdly powerful FOE in one shot. Mitsuru even wants to take it to a lab to analyze it for weapons development.
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Prior to ''Persona 3'' and ''4'', it's implied that Maya Amano from ''{{VideoGame/Persona 2}}'' is an awful chef to the point that Ulala does most of the cooking. To supplement this, Maya's fridge is loaded with [[TrademarkFavoriteFood canned crab]].
13th Nov '16 8:32:41 AM WillyFourEyes
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* Linca from ''VideoGame/AtelierAyeshaTheAlchemistOfDusk'' spent most of her life training to be a swordsman, but her awesome sword skills [[CripplingOverspecialization come at the expense of almost everything else]], ''especially'' cooking. In a SideQuest where Ayesha teaches her the basics of cooking, Linca somehow manages to turn a simple egg into a clump of dirt with a flag on it. She misinterprets the lessons she learned from Ayesha and winds up getting Marion (the woman Linca is bodyguarding) sick.
4th Nov '16 8:05:06 AM Kazmahu
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** It seems that this is a RunningGag for avatar characters, as in ''Fates'', the Avatar, AKA Corrin, cooks food that ''literally tastes like steel''... yet again. And it seems that they are even worse than the previous two, as they manage to ''burn tea''.

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** It seems that this is a RunningGag for avatar characters, as in ''Fates'', the Avatar, AKA Corrin, cooks food that ''literally tastes like steel''... yet again. And it seems that they are even worse than the previous two, as they manage to ''burn tea''. (This is actually fairly easy to do, if you're making tea the old-fashioned pot-and-leaves way and not with modern teabags, and and the taste is very noticeable.)
1st Nov '16 12:01:34 AM AuraXtreme
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* ''VideoGame/BravelyDefault'': Edea Lee seems to have taken cooking ideas from Raine Sage of ''Tales of Symphonia''. A party chat after [[DirtyOldMan Sage Yulyana]] asks her to cook him a meal has her listing a few... unpleasant ideas. A party chat after [[BeCarefulWhatYouWishFor she caves in and makes him something]] reveals he left it for a dog. [[EvenTheRatsWontTouchIt Who left it for a cat]]. [[UpToEleven Who left it for a crow]]. As of''VideoGame/BravelySecond'', she's been taking cooking lessons from [[KnightInShiningArmor Argent Heinkel]], and this trope no longer applies.



* ''VideoGame/{{The World Ends with You}}'' contains a subversion with the owner of Ramen Don, Ken Doi. At one point you see his restaurant is floundering due to the presence of a new rival, Shadow Ramen. Neku assumes it's because Ken's food isn't as good - and given he offers you a meal with a visible whole fish, one can understand why he thinks that. However, Ken is actually a ''brilliant'' chef; once Neku convinces him to cook something more [[BoringButPractical ordinary]], his business booms once again.

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* ''VideoGame/{{The World Ends with You}}'' ''VideoGame/TheWorldEndsWithYou'' contains a subversion with the owner of Ramen Don, Ken Doi. At one point you see his restaurant is floundering due to the presence of a new rival, Shadow Ramen. Neku assumes it's because Ken's food isn't as good - and given he offers you a meal with a visible whole fish, one can understand why he thinks that. However, that meal with a visible whole fish ''tastes delicious''; Shadow Ramen's owner, is just running an under-the-table deal with a blog celebrity, and Makoto's ideas [[StrangeMindsThinkAlike aren't any less weird than Ken is actually a ''brilliant'' chef; once Neku convinces him to cook something more [[BoringButPractical ordinary]], his business booms once again.Doi's are]].
29th Oct '16 9:15:02 AM CompletelyNormalGuy
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* ''VideoGame/DragonBallXenoverse'' has the Supreme Kai of Time. When she offers to cook a banquet for the heroes after the events of the [[Anime/DragonBallGT GT Saga DLC]], Trunks has to warn the PlayerCharacter that her cooking is more destructive than any Shadow Dragon, with Tokitoki flying as far away from the building where the Supreme Kai of Time is cooking, which gives off a menacing glow like the ones possessed warriors give off.
** In [[VideoGame/DragonBallXenoverse2 the sequel]], We actually see the effects of her cooking when she offers her homemade pudding to Beerus who then shares it with Goku. [[spoiler: The pudding nearly poisons Goku and Beerus hates it so much that he goes on a rampage, forcing the player character to stop him.]]

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* ''VideoGame/DragonBallXenoverse'' has the Supreme Kai of Time. When she offers to cook a banquet for the heroes after the events of the [[Anime/DragonBallGT GT Saga DLC]], Trunks has to warn the PlayerCharacter that her cooking is more destructive than any Shadow Dragon, with Tokitoki flying as far away from the building where the Supreme Kai of Time is cooking, which gives off a menacing glow like the ones possessed warriors give off.
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off. In [[VideoGame/DragonBallXenoverse2 the sequel]], We actually see the effects of her cooking when she offers her homemade pudding to Beerus who then shares it with Goku. [[spoiler: The pudding nearly poisons Goku and Beerus hates it so much that he goes on a rampage, forcing the player character to stop him.]]
29th Oct '16 8:08:38 AM DevonS
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**In [[VideoGame/DragonBallXenoverse2 the sequel]], We actually see the effects of her cooking when she offers her homemade pudding to Beerus who then shares it with Goku. [[spoiler: The pudding nearly poisons Goku and Beerus hates it so much that he goes on a rampage, forcing the player character to stop him.]]
16th Oct '16 4:36:03 PM nombretomado
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* ''Franchise/FireEmblem'' gives us many of these:

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* ''Franchise/FireEmblem'' ''VideoGame/FireEmblem'' gives us many of these:



** It is possible that Robin's bad cooking can be taken as a reference to his/her "predecessor" Kris from ''[[FireEmblemAkaneia New Mystery of the Emblem]]'', who, much like Robin (or at least in the Japanese version), has the tendency to make food that literally tastes like steel, as shown in his/her supports with Caeda (Where they apparently ''somehow'' make steel-flavored candy, and they mention that their adoptive grandfather threatened to disown them when they wished to cook for him). Though again much like Robin, if the item "Kris's handmade cookies" in ''Awakening'' is any indication, they do get better eventually.

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** It is possible that Robin's bad cooking can be taken as a reference to his/her "predecessor" Kris from ''[[FireEmblemAkaneia ''[[VideoGame/FireEmblemAkaneia New Mystery of the Emblem]]'', who, much like Robin (or at least in the Japanese version), has the tendency to make food that literally tastes like steel, as shown in his/her supports with Caeda (Where they apparently ''somehow'' make steel-flavored candy, and they mention that their adoptive grandfather threatened to disown them when they wished to cook for him). Though again much like Robin, if the item "Kris's handmade cookies" in ''Awakening'' is any indication, they do get better eventually.
12th Oct '16 6:09:13 AM GlitteringFlowers
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* ''VideoGame/TalesOfRebirth'': Tytree becomes one accidentally when he makes [[SupremeChef a delicious mushroom stew...]] [[SubvertedTrope With poisonous mushrooms.]] Usually he's quite good, but needs to be careful about what he adds to the food as he's too dumb to notice when ingredients are poisonous or rotten.



** ''VideoGame/TalesOfTheAbyss'': Both Luke and Natalia had pampered lifestyles, and never had to cook for themselves before. Natalia misunderstands basic cooking instructions to the point that a stew she tried to make catches fire. Luke isn't quite as bad, but is still a close second because [[SpoiledBrat he's an incredibly picky eater]]. Guy could only comment that Luke's cooking was 'avant-grade'.



** ''VideoGame/TalesOfRebirth'': Tytree becomes one accidentally when he makes [[SupremeChef a delicious mushroom stew...]] [[SubvertedTrope With poisonous mushrooms.]] Usually he's quite good, but needs to be careful about what he adds to the food as he's too dumb to notice when ingredients are poisonous or rotten.
** ''VideoGame/TalesOfTheAbyss'': Both Luke and Natalia had pampered lifestyles, and never had to cook for themselves before. Natalia misunderstands basic cooking instructions to the point that a stew she tried to make catches fire. Luke isn't quite as bad, but is still a close second because [[SpoiledBrat he's an incredibly picky eater]]. Guy could only comment that Luke's cooking was 'avant-grade'.



** In ''VideoGame/FireEmblemFates'', the player can build a restaurant in their castle, in which a random one of the units will do the honors of [[ThroughHisStomach preparing stat-boosting food for the army.]] While most of them are at least passable chefs, a couple are terrible at it to the point where their cooking can even impact the other charas's stats negatively. Among them are Arthur (absurdly unlucky), Setsuna (too air-headed and a noblewoman so she's probably never cooked before), Keaton (werewolf, has extremely strange tastes), Rinkah (doesn't understand cooking beyond "Throw something on a fire"), Reina (BloodKnight who has probably never bothered to learn) and Felicia (extremely accident prone).

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** In ''VideoGame/FireEmblemFates'', the player can build a restaurant in their castle, in which a random one of the units will do the honors of [[ThroughHisStomach preparing stat-boosting food for the army.]] While most of them are at least passable chefs, a couple are terrible at it to the point where their cooking can even impact the other charas's stats negatively. Among them are Arthur (absurdly unlucky), Setsuna (too air-headed and a noblewoman so she's probably never cooked before), Keaton (werewolf, has extremely strange tastes), Rinkah (doesn't understand cooking beyond "Throw something on a fire"), Reina (BloodKnight who has probably never bothered to learn) learn [[spoiler: plus she's estranged from her noble parents who wanted her to be more of a traditional bride, cooking included]]) and Felicia (extremely accident prone).



* Three of the main girls in ''VideoGame/{{Persona 4}}'' have very questionable cooking abilities, ranging from Rise (way too spicy), Yukiko (who can make an omelet that, through a process that can only be described as alchemical, has no taste ''at all'') and Chie (just plain awful). Ironically, out of the four females in the main cast, only the {{Bokukko}} Naoto could be considered a competent chef (and even with her help, it took three tries to come up with a cake that was deemed suitable for consumption).

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* Three of the main girls in ''VideoGame/{{Persona 4}}'' have very questionable cooking abilities, ranging from Rise (way (would be fine if her food wasn't way too spicy), Yukiko (who can make an omelet that, through a process that can only be described as alchemical, has no taste ''at all'') and Chie (just plain awful). Ironically, out of the four females in the main cast, only the {{Bokukko}} Naoto could be considered a competent chef (and even with her help, it took three tries to come up with a cake that was deemed suitable for consumption).
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