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The Daredevil is an unused character that appears as a texture in the first level of Tonic Trouble (Special Edition).  
[[File:Daredevil 1.png|thumb|The Daredevil, as seen in an early animation test]]
The Daredevil is an unused character from Tonic Trouble, that likely would have appeared in the Ski Slope level. A texture file that strongly resembles the character appears in all versions of the slope.  


The characters true name is unknown, as no textures for the character have been found.


Looking like a "Cool dude" with a stopwatch, it was most likely planned as either an opponent in a race, or some kind of "coach" timing you during your descent.
=== Appearance ===
The Daredevil appears to be a human, wearing a fez, snowboarding sunglasses, a green sweater with a smiley face on it, a blue jacket, red shoes, and no pants. He also carries a pocket watch that he gazes at and plays with.
[[File:Ng 02silou.png|thumb|The Daredevil appears as a texture in the Ski Slope level]]

Latest revision as of 17:43, 15 February 2022

The Daredevil, as seen in an early animation test

The Daredevil is an unused character from Tonic Trouble, that likely would have appeared in the Ski Slope level. A texture file that strongly resembles the character appears in all versions of the slope.

The characters true name is unknown, as no textures for the character have been found.

Appearance

The Daredevil appears to be a human, wearing a fez, snowboarding sunglasses, a green sweater with a smiley face on it, a blue jacket, red shoes, and no pants. He also carries a pocket watch that he gazes at and plays with.

The Daredevil appears as a texture in the Ski Slope level