Sylkin

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Sylkin
Sylkin
Alignment Good

Appears in Rayman 3, Rayman 3 (Game Boy Advance), Rayman Raving Rabbids (Game Boy Advance)
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Species Teensie
Status Background character

Relatives Polokus (ancestor)

Muse of the poets (ancestor)


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The Sylkins are the Teensie forest dwellers, shepherding the giant Bonton creatures for wool and milk. After the work is done, there's nothing left for these funky folk to do but dance!
—Press release, Rayman 3 [1]

The Sylkins are a tribe of forest-dwelling Teensies. They are encountered in several levels in Rayman 3, as well as its Game Boy Advance adaptation and the Game Boy Advance version of Rayman Raving Rabbids.

Character description

All of the Sylkins are dressed in red clothing with red shoes and their jackets unbuttoned. Certain Sylkins wear hats, but most don't. In Rayman 3, they generally make humorous jokes after they are saved by Rayman. Some share a fondness for bingo.

In Rayman 3

The Sylkins in Rayman 3 are first seen in the intro, guiding a Bonton before the rise of André and the Hoodlums. They were later captured and appeared in Clearleaf Forest and the Bog of Murk as the first tribe of Teensies to be freed during Rayman's adventure. Some Sylkins are either captured in groups of three where they dance together or alone.

In the Game Boy Advance version of Rayman 3

In this game, Sylkins are shown at the end of every world with two Nookins. They prevent Rayman from accessing the next world if he hasn't yet visited all levels in the current one.

In the Game Boy Advance version of Rayman Raving Rabbids

In this game, a Sylkin appears in the first level, Agony Jails, locked in a cell along with a Grand Minimus and a Murkin. It does not interact with Rayman.

Quotes

  • Thanks big nose!
  • I need to go turn the gas off.
  • I gotta go finish my yogurt.
  • I'd love to stay and chat, but it's bingo night!
  • I have to go break something.
  • I need to go crochet a doily.
  • I have to go mow my petunias.
  • I have to go flush the toilet.
  • I have to go file my taxes.
  • I have to go upholster my sofa.
  • I gotta go wax my mustache.
  • I need to go buy some pickles.
  • I have to go soup up my hot rod.

References