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* PottyEmergency: A side effect of being brought BackFromTheDead called "Resurrection's Revenge". It lasts for a good long while too.

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* PottyEmergency: [[ResurrectionSickness A side effect effect]] of being brought BackFromTheDead called "Resurrection's Revenge". It lasts for a good long while too.


* Bring It: The final battle of the first game has Tak say this to Tlaloc also doubles as a Crowning moment of awesome.


Notable for being the only video game produced by Nickelodeon Games that was not based on an already-existing animated series on Nickelodeon, the game tells the story of Tak (voiced by Creator/JasonMarsden), a young shaman-in-training who lives in the jungle village of the Pupanunu People under the tutelage of the shaman Jibolba (voice of Creator/JohnKassir). For years, the Pupanunu have lives a peaceful existence thanks to the protection of the Moon Juju, a powerful tribal goddess and a member of a race of powerful magical spirits called jujus. Unfortunately, Tak's home is put in jeopardy by Tlaloc, a nefarious and power-hungry shaman who seeks revenge on the Pupanunu people after losing the coveted position as High Shaman to Jibolba. To achieve his vengeance, Tlaloc steals the moonstones which are source of the Moon juju's power, using them not only to weaken the Moon juju but also to turn the villagers (sans Tak and Jibolba) into mindless, helpless sheep. Fortunately, a prophecy foretold by previous Pupanunu shamans predicts that Tlaloc will be thwarted by a mighty warrior who will save the Moon Juju and bring peace back to the tribe; Jibolba is convinced that the mighty warrior is his other apprentice, Lok (voiced by Creator/PatrickWarburton). Unfortunately, Lok has seemingly also been turned into a sheep by Tlaloc, forcing Tak to go on a series of {{Fetch Quest}}s in order to turn Lok back to normal. In 2018, it was announced that Nickelodeon and THQ Nordic would be remastering the franchise and other Nickelodeon games for modern-day consoles.

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Notable for being the only video game produced by Nickelodeon Games that was not based on an already-existing animated series on Nickelodeon, the game tells the story of Tak (voiced by Creator/JasonMarsden), a young shaman-in-training who lives in the jungle village of the Pupanunu People under the tutelage of the shaman Jibolba (voice of Creator/JohnKassir). For years, the Pupanunu have lives lived a peaceful existence thanks to the protection of the Moon Juju, a powerful tribal goddess and a member of a race of powerful magical spirits called jujus.Jujus. Unfortunately, Tak's home is put in jeopardy by Tlaloc, a nefarious and power-hungry shaman who seeks revenge on the Pupanunu people after losing the coveted position as High Shaman to Jibolba. To achieve his vengeance, Tlaloc steals the moonstones which are source of the Moon juju's power, using them not only to weaken the Moon juju Juju but also to turn the villagers (sans Tak and Jibolba) into mindless, helpless sheep. Fortunately, a prophecy foretold by previous Pupanunu shamans predicts that Tlaloc will be thwarted by a mighty warrior who will save the Moon Juju and bring peace back to the tribe; Jibolba is convinced that the mighty warrior is his other apprentice, Lok (voiced by Creator/PatrickWarburton). Unfortunately, Lok has seemingly also been turned into a sheep by Tlaloc, forcing Tak to go on a series of {{Fetch Quest}}s in order to turn Lok back to normal. In 2018, it was announced that Nickelodeon and THQ Nordic would be remastering the franchise and other Nickelodeon games for modern-day consoles.


* Bring It: The final battle of the first game has Tak say this to Tlaloc also doubles as a Crowning moment of awesome.



* NotQuiteFlight: While on Chicken Islans in the first game, Tak gets to wear a chicken suit that allows him to glide (very slowly) and lay explosive eggs. It makes a return in the third game.

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* NotQuiteFlight: While on Chicken Islans Island in the first game, Tak gets to wear a chicken suit that allows him to glide (very slowly) and lay explosive eggs. It makes a return in the third game.


Notable for being the only video game produced by Nickelodeon Games that was not based on an already-existing animated series on Nickelodeon, the game tells the story of Tak (voiced by Creator/JasonMarsden), a young shaman-in-training who lives in the jungle village of the Pupanunu People under the tutelage of the shaman Jibolba (voice of Creator/JohnKassir). For years, the Pupanunu have lives a peaceful existence thanks to the protection of the Moon Juju, a powerful tribal goddess and a member of a race of powerful magical spirits called jujus. Unfortunately, Tak's home is put in jeopardy by Tlaloc, a nefarious and power-hungry shaman who seeks revenge on the Pupanunu people after losing the coveted position as High Shaman to Jibolba. To achieve his vengeance, Tlaloc steals the moonstones which are source of the Moon juju's power, using them not only to weaken the Moon juju but also to turn the villagers (sans Tak and Jibolba) into mindless sheep. Fortunately, a prophecy foretold by a previous Pupanunu shaman predicts that Tlaloc will be thwarted by a mighty warrior who will save the Moon Juju and bring peace back to the tribe; Jibolba is convinced that the mighty warrior is his other apprentice, Lok (voiced by Creator/PatrickWarburton). Unfortunately, Lok has seemingly also been turned into a sheep by Tlaloc, forcing Tak to go on a series of {{Fetch Quest}}s in order to turn Lok back to normal. In 2018, it was announced that Nickelodeon and THQ Nordic would be remastering the franchise and other Nickelodeon games for modern-day consoles.

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Notable for being the only video game produced by Nickelodeon Games that was not based on an already-existing animated series on Nickelodeon, the game tells the story of Tak (voiced by Creator/JasonMarsden), a young shaman-in-training who lives in the jungle village of the Pupanunu People under the tutelage of the shaman Jibolba (voice of Creator/JohnKassir). For years, the Pupanunu have lives a peaceful existence thanks to the protection of the Moon Juju, a powerful tribal goddess and a member of a race of powerful magical spirits called jujus. Unfortunately, Tak's home is put in jeopardy by Tlaloc, a nefarious and power-hungry shaman who seeks revenge on the Pupanunu people after losing the coveted position as High Shaman to Jibolba. To achieve his vengeance, Tlaloc steals the moonstones which are source of the Moon juju's power, using them not only to weaken the Moon juju but also to turn the villagers (sans Tak and Jibolba) into mindless mindless, helpless sheep. Fortunately, a prophecy foretold by a previous Pupanunu shaman shamans predicts that Tlaloc will be thwarted by a mighty warrior who will save the Moon Juju and bring peace back to the tribe; Jibolba is convinced that the mighty warrior is his other apprentice, Lok (voiced by Creator/PatrickWarburton). Unfortunately, Lok has seemingly also been turned into a sheep by Tlaloc, forcing Tak to go on a series of {{Fetch Quest}}s in order to turn Lok back to normal. In 2018, it was announced that Nickelodeon and THQ Nordic would be remastering the franchise and other Nickelodeon games for modern-day consoles.


Notable for being the only video game produced by Nickelodeon Games that was not based on an already-existing animated series on Nickelodeon, the game tells the story of Tak (voiced by Creator/JasonMarsden), a young shaman-in-training who lives in the jungle village of the Pupanunu People under the tutelage of the shaman Jibolba (voice of John Kassir). For years, the Pupanunu have lives a peaceful existence thanks to the protection of the Moon Juju, a powerful tribal goddess and a member of a race of powerful magical spirits called jujus. Unfortunately, Tak's home is put in jeopardy by Tlaloc, a nefarious and power-hungry shaman who seeks revenge on the Pupanunu people after losing the coveted position as High Shaman to Jibolba. To achieve his vengeance, Tlaloc steals the moonstones which are source of the Moon juju's power, using them not only to weaken the Moon juju but also to turn the villagers (sans Tak and Jibolba) into mindless sheep. Fortunately, a prophecy foretold by a previous Pupanunu shaman predicts that Tlaloc will be thwarted by a mighty warrior who will save the Moon Juju and bring peace back to the tribe; Jibolba is convinced that the mighty warrior is his other apprentice, Lok (voiced by Creator/PatrickWarburton). Unfortunately, Lok has seemingly also been turned into a sheep by Tlaloc, forcing Tak to go on a series of {{Fetch Quest}}s in order to turn Lok back to normal. In 2018, it was announced that Nickelodeon and THQ Nordic would be remastering the franchise and other Nickelodeon games for modern-day consoles.

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Notable for being the only video game produced by Nickelodeon Games that was not based on an already-existing animated series on Nickelodeon, the game tells the story of Tak (voiced by Creator/JasonMarsden), a young shaman-in-training who lives in the jungle village of the Pupanunu People under the tutelage of the shaman Jibolba (voice of John Kassir).Creator/JohnKassir). For years, the Pupanunu have lives a peaceful existence thanks to the protection of the Moon Juju, a powerful tribal goddess and a member of a race of powerful magical spirits called jujus. Unfortunately, Tak's home is put in jeopardy by Tlaloc, a nefarious and power-hungry shaman who seeks revenge on the Pupanunu people after losing the coveted position as High Shaman to Jibolba. To achieve his vengeance, Tlaloc steals the moonstones which are source of the Moon juju's power, using them not only to weaken the Moon juju but also to turn the villagers (sans Tak and Jibolba) into mindless sheep. Fortunately, a prophecy foretold by a previous Pupanunu shaman predicts that Tlaloc will be thwarted by a mighty warrior who will save the Moon Juju and bring peace back to the tribe; Jibolba is convinced that the mighty warrior is his other apprentice, Lok (voiced by Creator/PatrickWarburton). Unfortunately, Lok has seemingly also been turned into a sheep by Tlaloc, forcing Tak to go on a series of {{Fetch Quest}}s in order to turn Lok back to normal. In 2018, it was announced that Nickelodeon and THQ Nordic would be remastering the franchise and other Nickelodeon games for modern-day consoles.


Notable for being the only video game produced by Nickelodeon Games that was not based on an already-existing animated series on Nickelodeon, the game tells the story of Tak (voiced by Creator/JasonMarsden), a young shaman-in-training who lives in the jungle village of the Pupanunu People under the tutelage of the shaman Jibolba (voice of John Kassir). For years, the Pupanunu have lives a peaceful existence thanks to the protection of the Moon Juju, a powerful tribal goddess and a member of a race of powerful magical spirits called jujus. Unfortunately, Tak's home is put in jeopardy by Tlaloc, a nefarious and power-hungry shaman who seeks revenge on the Pupanunu people after losing the coveted position as High Shaman to Jibolba. To achieve his vengeance, Tlaloc steals the moonstones which are source of the Moon juju's power, using them not only to weaken the Moon juju but also to turn the villagers (sans Tak and Jibolba) into mindless sheep. Fortunately, a prophecy foretold by a previous Pupanunu shaman predicts that Tlaloc will be thwarted by a mighty warrior will save the Moon Juju and bring peace back to the tribe, who Jibolba is convinced is his other apprentice, Lok (voiced by Creator/PatrickWarburton). Unfortunately, Lok has seemingly also been turned into a sheep by Tlaloc, forcing Tak to go on a series of {{Fetch Quest}}s in order to turn Lok back to normal. In 2018, it was announced that Nickelodeon and THQ Nordic would be remastering the franchise and other Nickelodeon games for modern-day consoles.

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Notable for being the only video game produced by Nickelodeon Games that was not based on an already-existing animated series on Nickelodeon, the game tells the story of Tak (voiced by Creator/JasonMarsden), a young shaman-in-training who lives in the jungle village of the Pupanunu People under the tutelage of the shaman Jibolba (voice of John Kassir). For years, the Pupanunu have lives a peaceful existence thanks to the protection of the Moon Juju, a powerful tribal goddess and a member of a race of powerful magical spirits called jujus. Unfortunately, Tak's home is put in jeopardy by Tlaloc, a nefarious and power-hungry shaman who seeks revenge on the Pupanunu people after losing the coveted position as High Shaman to Jibolba. To achieve his vengeance, Tlaloc steals the moonstones which are source of the Moon juju's power, using them not only to weaken the Moon juju but also to turn the villagers (sans Tak and Jibolba) into mindless sheep. Fortunately, a prophecy foretold by a previous Pupanunu shaman predicts that Tlaloc will be thwarted by a mighty warrior who will save the Moon Juju and bring peace back to the tribe, who tribe; Jibolba is convinced that the mighty warrior is his other apprentice, Lok (voiced by Creator/PatrickWarburton). Unfortunately, Lok has seemingly also been turned into a sheep by Tlaloc, forcing Tak to go on a series of {{Fetch Quest}}s in order to turn Lok back to normal. In 2018, it was announced that Nickelodeon and THQ Nordic would be remastering the franchise and other Nickelodeon games for modern-day consoles.


* Knight of Cerebus: Tlaloc is this in the first Game as from the second game and onward he becomes the comically Series.

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* Knight of Cerebus: %%* KnightOfCerebus: Tlaloc is this in the first Game game, as from the second game and onward he becomes the comically Series.TheComicallySerious.


''Tak and the Power of Juju'' is a 2003 video game made by THQ and Nickelodeon for the UsefulNotes/PlayStation2, UsefulNotes/NintendoGameCube and UsefulNotes/GameBoyAdvance. It has had two sequels one in 2004 known as ''VideoGame/Tak2TheStaffOfDreams'' and one in 2005 called ''VideoGame/TakTheGreatJujuChallenge''. The franchise was later adapted into a short-lived Nicktoon with two extra tie-in games in 2008 called ''VideoGame/TakAndTheGuardiansOfGross'' and ''VideoGame/TakMojoMistake''.

Notable for being the only videogame produced by Nickelodeon Games that was not based on an already-existing animated series on Nickelodeon, the game tells the story of Tak (voiced by JasonMarsden), a young shaman-in-training who lives in the jungle village of the Pupanunu People under the tutelage of the shaman Jibolba (voice of John Kassir). For years, the Pupanunu have lives a peaceful existence thanks to the protection of the Moon Juju, a powerful tribal goddess and a member of a race of powerful magical spirits called jujus. Unfortunately, Tak's home is put in jeopardy by Tlaloc, a nefarious and power-hungry shaman who seeks revenge on the Pupanunu people after losing the coveted position as High Shaman to Jibolba. To achieve his vengeance, Tlaloc steals the moonstones which are source of the Moon juju's power, using them not only to weaken the Moon juju but also to turn the villagers (sans Tak and Jibolba) into mindless sheep. Fortunately, a prophecy foretold by a previous Pupanunu shaman predicts that Tlaloc will be thwarted by a mighty warrior will save the Moon Juju and bring peace back to the tribe, who Jibolba is convinced is his other apprentice, Lok (voiced by PatrickWarburton). Unfortunately, Lok has seemingly also been turned into a sheep by Tlaloc, forcing Tak to go on a series of {{Fetch Quest}}s in order to turn Lok back to normal in 2018 It was Annouced That Nickelodeon and THQ Nordic would be Remastering the franchise and other Nickelodeon games for modern day consoles.

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Notable for being the only videogame video game produced by Nickelodeon Games that was not based on an already-existing animated series on Nickelodeon, the game tells the story of Tak (voiced by JasonMarsden), Creator/JasonMarsden), a young shaman-in-training who lives in the jungle village of the Pupanunu People under the tutelage of the shaman Jibolba (voice of John Kassir). For years, the Pupanunu have lives a peaceful existence thanks to the protection of the Moon Juju, a powerful tribal goddess and a member of a race of powerful magical spirits called jujus. Unfortunately, Tak's home is put in jeopardy by Tlaloc, a nefarious and power-hungry shaman who seeks revenge on the Pupanunu people after losing the coveted position as High Shaman to Jibolba. To achieve his vengeance, Tlaloc steals the moonstones which are source of the Moon juju's power, using them not only to weaken the Moon juju but also to turn the villagers (sans Tak and Jibolba) into mindless sheep. Fortunately, a prophecy foretold by a previous Pupanunu shaman predicts that Tlaloc will be thwarted by a mighty warrior will save the Moon Juju and bring peace back to the tribe, who Jibolba is convinced is his other apprentice, Lok (voiced by PatrickWarburton). Creator/PatrickWarburton). Unfortunately, Lok has seemingly also been turned into a sheep by Tlaloc, forcing Tak to go on a series of {{Fetch Quest}}s in order to turn Lok back to normal in 2018 It normal. In 2018, it was Annouced That announced that Nickelodeon and THQ Nordic would be Remastering remastering the franchise and other Nickelodeon games for modern day modern-day consoles.

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Notable for being the only videogame produced by Nickelodeon Games that was not based on an already-existing animated series on Nickelodeon, the game tells the story of Tak (voiced by JasonMarsden), a young shaman-in-training who lives in the jungle village of the Pupanunu People under the tutelage of the shaman Jibolba (voice of John Kassir). For years, the Pupanunu have lives a peaceful existence thanks to the protection of the Moon Juju, a powerful tribal goddess and a member of a race of powerful magical spirits called jujus. Unfortunately, Tak's home is put in jeopardy by Tlaloc, a nefarious and power-hungry shaman who seeks revenge on the Pupanunu people after losing the coveted position as High Shaman to Jibolba. To achieve his vengeance, Tlaloc steals the moonstones which are source of the Moon juju's power, using them not only to weaken the Moon juju but also to turn the villagers (sans Tak and Jibolba) into mindless sheep. Fortunately, a prophecy foretold by a previous Pupanunu shaman predicts that Tlaloc will be thwarted by a mighty warrior will save the Moon Juju and bring peace back to the tribe, who Jibolba is convinced is his other apprentice, Lok (voiced by PatrickWarburton). Unfortunately, Lok has seemingly also been turned into a sheep by Tlaloc, forcing Tak to go on a series of {{Fetch Quest}}s in order to turn Lok back to normal.

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Notable for being the only videogame produced by Nickelodeon Games that was not based on an already-existing animated series on Nickelodeon, the game tells the story of Tak (voiced by JasonMarsden), a young shaman-in-training who lives in the jungle village of the Pupanunu People under the tutelage of the shaman Jibolba (voice of John Kassir). For years, the Pupanunu have lives a peaceful existence thanks to the protection of the Moon Juju, a powerful tribal goddess and a member of a race of powerful magical spirits called jujus. Unfortunately, Tak's home is put in jeopardy by Tlaloc, a nefarious and power-hungry shaman who seeks revenge on the Pupanunu people after losing the coveted position as High Shaman to Jibolba. To achieve his vengeance, Tlaloc steals the moonstones which are source of the Moon juju's power, using them not only to weaken the Moon juju but also to turn the villagers (sans Tak and Jibolba) into mindless sheep. Fortunately, a prophecy foretold by a previous Pupanunu shaman predicts that Tlaloc will be thwarted by a mighty warrior will save the Moon Juju and bring peace back to the tribe, who Jibolba is convinced is his other apprentice, Lok (voiced by PatrickWarburton). Unfortunately, Lok has seemingly also been turned into a sheep by Tlaloc, forcing Tak to go on a series of {{Fetch Quest}}s in order to turn Lok back to normal.
normal in 2018 It was Annouced That Nickelodeon and THQ Nordic would be Remastering the franchise and other Nickelodeon games for modern day consoles.


Notable for being the only videogame produced by Nickelodeon Games that was not based on an already-existing animated series on Nickelodeon, the game tells the story of Tak (voiced by JasonMarsden), a young shaman-in-training who lives in the jungle village of the Pupanunu People under the tutelage of the shaman Jibolba (voice of John Kassir). For years, the Pupanunu have lives a peaceful existence thanks to the protection of the Moon Juju, a powerful tribal goddess and a member of a race of powerful magical spirits called jujus. Unfortunately, Tak's home is put in jeopardy by Tlaloc, a nefarious and power-hungry shaman who seeks revenge on the Pupanunu people after losing the coveted position as High Shaman to Jibolba. To achieve his vengeance, Tlaloc steals the moonstones which are source of the Moon juju's power, using them not only to weaken the Moon juju but also to turn the villagers (sans Tak and Jibolba) into mindless sheep. Fortunately, a prophesy foretold by a previous Pupanunu shaman predicts that Tlaloc will be thwarted by a mighty warrior will save the Moon Juju and bring peace back to the tribe, who Jibolba is convinced is his other apprentice, Lok (voiced by PatrickWarburton). Unfortunately, Lok has seemingly also been turned into a sheep by Tlaloc, forcing Tak to go on a series of {{Fetch Quest}}s in order to turn Lok back to normal.

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Notable for being the only videogame produced by Nickelodeon Games that was not based on an already-existing animated series on Nickelodeon, the game tells the story of Tak (voiced by JasonMarsden), a young shaman-in-training who lives in the jungle village of the Pupanunu People under the tutelage of the shaman Jibolba (voice of John Kassir). For years, the Pupanunu have lives a peaceful existence thanks to the protection of the Moon Juju, a powerful tribal goddess and a member of a race of powerful magical spirits called jujus. Unfortunately, Tak's home is put in jeopardy by Tlaloc, a nefarious and power-hungry shaman who seeks revenge on the Pupanunu people after losing the coveted position as High Shaman to Jibolba. To achieve his vengeance, Tlaloc steals the moonstones which are source of the Moon juju's power, using them not only to weaken the Moon juju but also to turn the villagers (sans Tak and Jibolba) into mindless sheep. Fortunately, a prophesy prophecy foretold by a previous Pupanunu shaman predicts that Tlaloc will be thwarted by a mighty warrior will save the Moon Juju and bring peace back to the tribe, who Jibolba is convinced is his other apprentice, Lok (voiced by PatrickWarburton). Unfortunately, Lok has seemingly also been turned into a sheep by Tlaloc, forcing Tak to go on a series of {{Fetch Quest}}s in order to turn Lok back to normal.


Notable for being the only videogame produced by Nickelodeon Games that was not based on an already-existing animated series on Nickelodeon, the game tells the story of Tak (voiced by JasonMarsden), a young shaman-in-training who lives in the jungle village of the Pupanunu People under the tutelage of the shaman Jibolba (voice of John Kassir). For years, the Pupanunu have lives a peaceful existence thanks to the protection of the Moon Juju, a powerful tribal goddess and a member of a race of powerful magical spirits called jujus. Unfortunately, Tak's home is put in jeopardy by Tlaloc, a nefarious and power-hungry shaman who seeks revenge on the Pupanunu people after losing the coveted position as High Shaman to Jibolba. To achieve his vengeance, Tlaloc steals the moonstones which are source of the Moon juju's power, using them not only to weaken the Moon juju but also to turn the villagers (sans Tak and Jibolba) into mindless sheep. Fortunately, a prophesy foretold by a previous Pupanunu shaman predicts that Tlaloc will be thwarted by a mighty warrior will save the Moon Juju and bring peace back to the tribe, who Jibolba is convinced is his other apprentice, Lok (voiced by PatrickWarburton). Unfortunately, Lok has seemingly also been turned into a sheep by Tlaloc, forcing Tak to go on a series of FetchQuests in order to turn Lok back to normal.

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Notable for being the only videogame produced by Nickelodeon Games that was not based on an already-existing animated series on Nickelodeon, the game tells the story of Tak (voiced by JasonMarsden), a young shaman-in-training who lives in the jungle village of the Pupanunu People under the tutelage of the shaman Jibolba (voice of John Kassir). For years, the Pupanunu have lives a peaceful existence thanks to the protection of the Moon Juju, a powerful tribal goddess and a member of a race of powerful magical spirits called jujus. Unfortunately, Tak's home is put in jeopardy by Tlaloc, a nefarious and power-hungry shaman who seeks revenge on the Pupanunu people after losing the coveted position as High Shaman to Jibolba. To achieve his vengeance, Tlaloc steals the moonstones which are source of the Moon juju's power, using them not only to weaken the Moon juju but also to turn the villagers (sans Tak and Jibolba) into mindless sheep. Fortunately, a prophesy foretold by a previous Pupanunu shaman predicts that Tlaloc will be thwarted by a mighty warrior will save the Moon Juju and bring peace back to the tribe, who Jibolba is convinced is his other apprentice, Lok (voiced by PatrickWarburton). Unfortunately, Lok has seemingly also been turned into a sheep by Tlaloc, forcing Tak to go on a series of FetchQuests {{Fetch Quest}}s in order to turn Lok back to normal.


* MassiveMultiplayerCrossover: Tak has appeared in two titles of THQ's ''NicktoonsUnite'' crossover game series, as well as ''Nicktoons Basketball''.

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* MassiveMultiplayerCrossover: Tak has appeared in two titles of THQ's ''NicktoonsUnite'' ''VideoGame/NicktoonsUnite'' crossover game series, as well as ''Nicktoons Basketball''.

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* NotQuiteFlight: While on Chicken Islans in the first game, Tak gets to wear a chicken suit that allows him to glide (very slowly) and lay explosive eggs. It makes a return in the third game.

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