An older model of Robo-Pirate only seen in all versions of Rayman M/Arena/Rush.
A tiny fairy that only appears in all versions of Rayman M/Arena/Rush.
- Baleful Polymorph: Upon death in battle mode, and upon finishing races, she seems to forcibly transform into a butterfly.
- Curtains Match the Window: Mostly; in early official artwork, her hair was a dark purple, while her eyes are a lighter shade.
- Does Not Like Spam: Hates vermicelli soup, according to the GameCube and Xbox descriptions in Arena.
- Leitmotif: A string-based piece with a fantastic feel.
- Not Quite Flight: Utilises this when boosting, flying along the floor.
- The Prankster: Likes to pull tricks on her friends, according to the GameCube and Xbox descriptions in Arena.
- Suspiciously Similar Substitute: Seems like a vertically challenged version of Ly.
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair: A dark purple in early official artwork for Arena
The wife of Admiral Razorbeard, who is apparently even more evil than her husband.
Yet another Evil Knockoff of Rayman, he is a red-eyed, red-fisted version of Rayman with an 'X' instead of an 'O' on his body.
- Evil Knockoff: Of Rayman, though his connection to other similar knockoffs like Bad Rayman from Rayman and Raymesis from Origins is debatable.
- Floating Limbs: A trait shared with the original Rayman.
- Red Eyes, Take Warning: His eyes have bright red sclera compared to Rayman's white and Bad Rayman's yellow. He is also yet another Evil Knockoff of the original Rayman.
- Shout-Out: Perhaps one to Bad Rayman of the original Rayman.
An uglier, stupider, and more evil version of Globox. Only appears in the American Versions.
A female friend of Globox. Only appears in Rayman Rush, Playstation's version of the game. Oddly enough, she uses Dark Globox's theme music and lower-pitched versions of Tily's voicelines.
- Suspiciously Similar Substitute: To Uglette, Globox's wife in Rayman 2. Some assume she's the same character, but her color is a bit different.
- She also wears a bow similar to one of Globox and Uglette's daughters, Bimbette, although it's smaller.
A group of cute, but crazy rabbits who are known for their ear-piercingly loud scream. They seem, and are, stupid as hell, but they are actually surprisingly organized, enough to capture Rayman and force him to play games in an arena. They got so popular that they completely took the focus away from Rayman for a good while, until Rabbids Go Home and Rayman Origins came along.
- Beware the Silly Ones: These bunnies may be clumsy and goofy, but remember that they captured Rayman, the hero of the Glade of Dreams, and forced him to play all sorts of crazy minigames for days on end.
- Big Bad: Collectively, of Raving Rabbids, making this an case of Antagonist Title.
- Breakout Character: The Rabbids quickly became more popular than Rayman himself, to the point of hijacking his series for years before they were split up.
- Cute, but Cacophonic: They are known for their loud "DAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHH!", which they scream at the top of their lungs pretty much everytime they appear.
- Hair-Raising Hare: These bunnies aren't so cute. They're loud, obnoxious and absolutely psychotic.
- Spotlight-Stealing Squad: Infamous for this: they basically stole the entire show after their first appearance, to the point that the next few games in the series were about them, and didn't feature Rayman at all, much to his fans' dismay. Fortunately for them, come Origins and Legends, the two series have finally split apart.
- Woobie, Destroyer of Worlds: According to Ly in the Gameboy Advance version of the game, the Rabbids were the nicest creatures that had gradually been bullied by other creatures, therefore going bad and taking their pain out on the entire world.