", "Sure hope I don't have any mishaps when I'm trying to use my Juju here! One of the game's developers said that the gameplay was based on Sly Cooper, the level design on the Jak and Daxter trilogy, and the humor of Ratchet and Clank[citation needed] which are all PlayStation exclusive franchises. She originates from the Nickelodeon show, Invader Zim. Evil natives, Evil juju, Other evil monsters SpongeBob SquarePants featuring Nicktoons: Globs of Doom, 3 Games in 1: Tak and the Power of Juju / SpongeBob SquarePants: SuperSponge / Rugrats: I Gotta Go Party. This should be a blast!" Tak's mentor Jibolba sends him off to find the Spirit Rattle, which will channel the Juju spirits to assist Tak on his journey. Tak appears as a playable character in Nicktoons: Attack of the Toybots. Tak: "Whoa!" In Desperation, Tak is "outsmarted" by God Himself; most of the central characters who found themselves trapped in Desperation each had his or her role to play in either distracting Tak or confronting it outright. Currently there is 833 characters in the franchise, excluding minor human and animal characters. without the boy's essence present. In both novels, Tak's underestimation of its enemies - both human and Divine - proves in the long run to lead to its downfall. Last appearance On another occasion, while looking straight down in the front seat of his police cruiser, Tak brought up a loaded shotgun with his other hand and kept it locked onto the prisoner in the rear seat, Johnny Marinville, who unsuccessfully tried to avoid it. He is the only one from his show to be represented. In Desperation, Tak's physical body is actually located in another dimension, where Tak is apparently trapped with only a tiny opening in the ini connecting it to the outside universe. 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Tak. appears in 9 games. (Win Pose against Raphael), "So, uh....who was it you were talking to, back there?" Tak and the Power of Juju consists of two eleven-minute stories per half-hour episode. ", "Sorry, Timmy. The Desperation Tak is aware of the existence of God in Keystone Earth but claims He is not present in Desperation - though the other characters prove it wrong. This Tak was also completely unable to keep Seth's body running (heartbeat, respiration, circulation, et al.) The Tak of The Regulators, on the other hand, was almost powerless without a host body and could only use exceptional host bodies such as that of Seth Garin's. The television series tells of Tak and his friend, Jeera, including his master, Jibolba, and other characters. Using his arsenal of Juju spells, Tak defeats Tlaloc and turns him into a sheep, finally fulfilling the prophecy. A member of the Pupanunu Tribe, he helped free Moon Juju, put the Staff of Dreams together and participated in the Great Juju Challenge alongside his master, Lok. This process takes no more than a few hours and we'll Tak was summoned by Jimmy to Volcano Island along with other heroes and villains. (Intro against any Villain except Technus), "Nicktoons....Unite! He was the first member in the Kerz-Tak family lineage. (Win Pose against any villain except for Technus), Dead Juju: "That guy may sound like me, but he's no party animal, that's for sure!" Images of the Tak voice actors from the Tak and the Power of Juju franchise. ", "Nice job. Short summary describing this character. In the parallel world Earth of The Regulators, Tak partially takes over the mind of an autistic boy named Seth Garin, but the boy's cons… (Intro against Spongebob Squarepants), Dead Juju: "Whoa, something tells me showing this guy your Spirit Rattle would be a baaaaaad idea!" Unlike most forces of evil in the Stephen King Universe, Tak is incorporeal and seems to be completely unable to form a body on its own, at least on Earth. He sends Tak down the river in exchange for a ton of candy. A fat Juju who literally lets his stomach do the talking. Tak first accomplishes this by forming makeshift arms made of a smoky, viscous substance. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. He fights with his Staff of Dreams and has Dead Juju's skull with him. (Victory Screen against Kyle), "You're an explorer? (Loss if hit with a Light Attack), "Where's a Clock Juju when you need one?" He also sports an animal skin cape with a spiral emblem, which allows Tak to glide short distances.