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[[Image:PopolopoiClose.jpg|thumb|A popolopoï, as seen in ''[[Rayman M]]''.]]
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'''Popolopoï''' are a species of butterfly found commonly in [[the Glade of Dreams]]. Most popolopoï are bright blue; yellow popolopoï are rarer. For the majority of the ''Rayman'' series, popolopoï act merely as background elements are are not mentioned or named; however, they are given much more prominence in ''[[Rayman M]]''.
'''Popolopoï''' are a species of butterfly found commonly in [[the Glade of Dreams]]. Most popolopoï are bright blue; yellow popolopoï are rarer. For the majority of the ''Rayman'' series, popolopoï act merely as background elements are are not mentioned or named; they are given much more prominence in ''[[Rayman M]]''.
 
  
[[Image:Foret1PC.png|left|thumb|316px|Popolopoï in ''[[Rayman 1|Rayman]]'']]  
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Another species of butterfly found in the ''Rayman'' series are the [[tribelle]]s. It is unknown if there is any connection between the tribelles and the popolopoï, or if either species of butterfly have any connection to the shadowy [[caterpillar]]s encountered throughout the series.
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[[Image:Foret1PC.png|left|thumb|316px|Popolopoï, as seen in [[Rayman 1|the original ''Rayman'' game]]]]
 
[[Image:PapillonR2.jpg|right|thumb|320px|A popolopoï in ''[[Rayman 2]]'', with a detailed view]]
 
[[Image:PapillonR2.jpg|right|thumb|320px|A popolopoï in ''[[Rayman 2]]'', with a detailed view]]
  
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In [[Rayman 1|the original ''Rayman'' game]], blue Popolopoï can be seen fluttering amongst the scenery of [[the Dream Forest]]. In the Sega Saturn and Atari Jaguar versions, as well as ''[[Rayman Designer]]'', several other colours are introduced.
 
In [[Rayman 1|the original ''Rayman'' game]], blue Popolopoï can be seen fluttering amongst the scenery of [[the Dream Forest]]. In the Sega Saturn and Atari Jaguar versions, as well as ''[[Rayman Designer]]'', several other colours are introduced.
  
In ''[[Rayman 2: The Great Escape]]'' and its remakes, blue and yellow popolopoï can be seen in the background in [[the Woods of Light]].
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In ''[[Rayman 2: The Great Escape]]'' and its remakes, blue and yellow popolopoï can be seen in the background in [[the Woods of Light]]. ''Rayman 2'''s credits give a special thanks to someone called ‘Popolopoy’, providing a likely inspiration for the name given to them in ''[[Rayman M]]''. Incidentally, the credits also give special thanks to the ‘[[Tonic Trouble|T-Trouble]] Team’.
  
In ''[[Rayman M]]'', there is an entire racing mode which revolves around them. In Popolopoï mode, the player must run through the race course while [[shot|shooting]] as many popolopoï as he can; each popolopoï struck grants the player extra time, which he will need in order to finish the race. The yellow popolopoï are rarer and grant more time than the blue ones.
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In ''[[Rayman M]]'', there is an entire racing mode which revolves around them. In Popolopoï Mode, the player must run through the race course while [[shot|shooting]] as many popolopoï as he can; each popolopoï struck grants the player extra time, which he will need in order to finish the race. The yellow popolopoï are rarer and grant more time than the blue ones.
  
 
In ''[[Rayman 3: Hoodlum Havoc]]'', sparkling blue popolopoï are visible in [[the Fairy Council]]. Appearing randomly, they twirl around [[Rayman]] while making slight noises. Both the blue and yellow types appear in [[Rayman 3 (Game Boy Advance)|the Game Boy Advance version]].
 
In ''[[Rayman 3: Hoodlum Havoc]]'', sparkling blue popolopoï are visible in [[the Fairy Council]]. Appearing randomly, they twirl around [[Rayman]] while making slight noises. Both the blue and yellow types appear in [[Rayman 3 (Game Boy Advance)|the Game Boy Advance version]].
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[[Image:PopolopoiClose.jpg|left|thumb|A popolopoï, as seen in ''[[Rayman M]]''.]]
 
[[Image:PopolopoiClose.jpg|left|thumb|A popolopoï, as seen in ''[[Rayman M]]''.]]
  
[[Image:Popolopoi_R3_GBA.PNG‎|thumb|Popolopoi in [[Rayman 3 (Game Boy Advance)|the Game Boy Advance version of ''Rayman 3'']]]]
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[[Image:Butterflies_in_rayman3_byAcarr.PNG‎|right|316px|thumb|Popolopoï in ''[[Rayman 3: Hoodlum Havoc|Rayman 3]]'']]
  
[[Image:Butterflies_in_rayman3_byAcarr.PNG‎|right|thumb|Popolopoï in ''[[Rayman 3: Hoodlum Havoc|Rayman 3]]'']]
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[[Image:Popolopoi_R3_GBA.PNG‎|thumb|316px|Popolopoi in [[Rayman 3 (Game Boy Advance)|the Game Boy Advance version of ''Rayman 3'']]]]
  
 
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Revision as of 16:33, 19 June 2010

Popolopoï are a species of butterfly found commonly in the Glade of Dreams. Most popolopoï are bright blue; yellow popolopoï are rarer. For the majority of the Rayman series, popolopoï act merely as background elements are are not mentioned or named; however, they are given much more prominence in Rayman M.

Another species of butterfly found in the Rayman series are the tribelles. It is unknown if there is any connection between the tribelles and the popolopoï, or if either species of butterfly have any connection to the shadowy caterpillars encountered throughout the series.

Popolopoï, as seen in the original Rayman game
A popolopoï in Rayman 2, with a detailed view


In the original Rayman game, blue Popolopoï can be seen fluttering amongst the scenery of the Dream Forest. In the Sega Saturn and Atari Jaguar versions, as well as Rayman Designer, several other colours are introduced.

In Rayman 2: The Great Escape and its remakes, blue and yellow popolopoï can be seen in the background in the Woods of Light. Rayman 2's credits give a special thanks to someone called ‘Popolopoy’, providing a likely inspiration for the name given to them in Rayman M. Incidentally, the credits also give special thanks to the ‘T-Trouble Team’.

In Rayman M, there is an entire racing mode which revolves around them. In Popolopoï Mode, the player must run through the race course while shooting as many popolopoï as he can; each popolopoï struck grants the player extra time, which he will need in order to finish the race. The yellow popolopoï are rarer and grant more time than the blue ones.

In Rayman 3: Hoodlum Havoc, sparkling blue popolopoï are visible in the Fairy Council. Appearing randomly, they twirl around Rayman while making slight noises. Both the blue and yellow types appear in the Game Boy Advance version.

File:PopolopoiClose.jpg
A popolopoï, as seen in Rayman M.