This papercraft is Rayman, the main protagonist of the Rayman 3: Hoodlum Havoc of the Rayman platform video game series, the paper model created by Evgeniy Pelevin. Rayman first appeared in 1995 on the Atari Jaguar, Sony PlayStation, Sega Saturn and MS-DOS. He is voiced by David Gasman. Rayman's catchphrase is known to be a highly exclaimed yelling of "YEAH!!" It is debatable of who Rayman's father and mother is, as it could be revealed in Rayman Legends, thus telling the whole story of Rayman's past. It is known that Globox might be his blood-brother according to the European Trailer of Rayman Origins.
In 2003, Rayman dealt with Andre, the leader of the Black Lums in Rayman 3: Hoodlum Havoc. In this game instead of shooting energy balls he throws his fists like in the original Rayman . He reappears two years later to rescue his best friend Globox in Rayman: Hoodlum's Revenge.
Rayman has a few unique powers that he retains at all times, mainly those granted to him by Fairies. First of all is the far reach of his fists. Being limbless, Rayman is able to launch long range punches at his enemies. He does n ot display this in Rayman 2, instead throwing energy spheres at his enemies. However, Rayman 2 is the only game where he retains this power; he uses his fists to attack once again in Rayman 3. In Rayman Raving Rabbids, players use the Wii Remote and Nunchuk to control his movements rather than attacks due to the mini-game based nature. Another well-known power of his is the ability to use his hair to not only glide, but also use as a mini-helicopter. Most of the time, Rayman is unable to ascend. However, in certain situations where he is given an extra boost, he is able to power it up and go wherever he pleases.
Rayman 3 introduced power-ups known as "combat fatigues" or "Laser Washing Powder". These not only changed Rayman's appearance, they give him a specific move depending on the can he picks up. There are five of these in total, known as the Vortex, Heavy Metal Fist, Lockjaw, Shock Rocket, and Throttle Copter. However, these powers are only present in Rayman 3 and have not been mentioned in any other game to date.
In Rayman 3, Rayman's hands are shown to have a life of their own. At the end of the game, as he is sleeping, they crawl away from his body and intentionally frighten a red lum. Frightening a red lum causes it to transform into a black lum, and so Andre is born once again. Though it is done comically and the consequences are never looked into, the fact that Rayman's hands may be malicious cannot be ignored. That said, his hands may not understand the true consequences of their actions and may just be mischievous. They are, after all, simply hands.
Additionally, in Rayman 3 a being called the Leptys gave him the power to transform Black Lums into Red Lums. This consists of Rayman making a ridiculous face. This is reminiscent of Rayman 1 when Rayman could make a weird face before obtaining the running power. This wasn't very useful, though he was able to scare some of the more cowardly hunters in the jungle with that face. Rayman is the main hero in Rayman Raving Rabbids 1, 2 and 3 and has the same look like in this picture.
In the Rayman Raving Rabbids series, he is known to own a plunger gun. It's Rayman's trademark weapon in the games, and he uses it to take out large armies of Rabbids in the on rails shooter levels. He often has to refill the gun, as the player doesn't have an unlimited supply of plungers to use.
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