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'"Take these golden fruit that imprisoned me and follow me... If you want to get rid of these... Pac-people... FOREVER! Ah ha ha ha ha ha....!"'
~ Spooky


Spooky is the main antagonist and final boss of Pac-Man World 2.

Professor Pac-Man informs Pac-Man of a legend which states that a hero used the power of the golden fruit to seal him under the golden fruit tree.

In the opening to Pac-Man World 2 Blinky, Pinky, Inky, and Clyde pick the gold fruit from the tree and unwittingly release Spooky. Spooky enlists them as henchmen and gives them each a golden fruit to protect.

Upon defeating the ghosts and returning to the village, Pac-Man restores the golden fruit to the tree. However, Spooky anticipates this, and breaks off the ground, rising it into the night sky for a final battle against Pac-Man, who receives a golden appearance from the fruits. Despite his best efforts, Pac-Man manages to prevail against him, and the tree re-imprisons Spooky, who vows that he will escape once again.

Personality

Unlike the common ghosts of Ghost Island, Spooky's character represents what evil actually is. He is angry, intimidating, and deadly powerful. He is fear-loving and enjoys the suffering of others. He seeks danger on a very high scale.

History

Past

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Sir Pac-A-Lot facing off against Spooky.

Spooky's goal was to terrorize Pac-Land and destroy the existence of the Pac-People. However, he hardly had any help in struggling to take over Pac-Land.

To stop Spooky's reign of terror, a noble knight named Sir Pac-A-Lot reached Spooky and dueled against him for a long while. Spooky eventually lost the fight and was sealed away under the biggest tree in the middle of Pac-Ville. He was locked under it by five golden fruit (resembling the ones that Pac-Man eats during the game) which would keep him sealed for eternity so long as the Golden Fruits remained.


Pac-Man World 2

Boss Fight

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At the beginning, it shows Pac-Man putting the golden fruit back on the tree. His reward is a gold-ball powerup that never wears off. Spooky comes out from behind the tree and cuts the boundary of the village circle. This causes the piece of ground to fly up in the air while being surrounded by a deadly tornado. Prickly bushes sprout everywhere. The stormy tornado surrounding the battlefield is filled with flying debris and is deadly to the touch. Pac-Man will instantly die if he makes contact with it. During the battle, Spooky can summon enemies to attack Pac-Man and can also shoot fireballs and cause a meteor shower of meteors made of energy and fire. Plus, he can daze Pac-Man for a short amount of time with a spell.

Spooky will fly around the terrain shooting meteors at Pac-Man with his scepter/staff. He will also use his scepter to summon enemies such as Skeletons and Rev Roll Rams to appear on the battlefield to help defeat Pac-Man. Eventually Spooky will levitate low enough for Pac-Man to Flip Kick him. This process repeats two more times and then Spooky will shoot fireballs and the fire will follow Pac-Man. Keep Flip Kicking him when he in reach. At the end of the battle, if Pac-Man gets to close to Spooky while he is levitating in the air, Pac-Man will become dizzy for a few moments. A few more Flip Kicks will defeat Spooky.

Spooky's Defeat

After a long battle, Pac-Man strikes at Spooky, until he finally falls, and just like Pac-Man's ancestor did thousands of years ago, Pac-Man sent Spooky back to his prison under the Golden Tree. Thus defeating Spooky and bringing peace in Pac-Land for many more years to come.

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