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Promotional Japanese artwork of Tawna from Crash Bandicoot. Her shorts were also made shorter, and her shoes were changed from brown to bright red with white socks. Crash Bandicoot. She is shown as more competent, beating down a lab assistant before being captured in Cortex's castle. Tawna racing Nina and Brio on Nina's Nightmare. A Tawna token from the Crash Bandicoot: N. Tawna being held captive in Crash Bandicoot. A photo of a page from the manga seen on Naughty Dog's website. Tawna beats down on a Lab Assistant Neo Cortex. Sane Trilogy.

In the first Crash Bandicoot game, after being captured, she became another creation of Dr. Neo Cortex and Dr. Nitrus Brio. Crash escapes, falling out a window and waking up on N.

Sanity Island. Upon collecting three tokens, Crash is teleported to a bonus level with Tawna waiting at the end, before she is swept away from him again. The two then fly away on a large bird.

After Crash defeats Cortex, he is also reunited with Tawna upon the blimp. As in the source material, Tawna has been taken prisoner at Cortex Castle. She is referred to as Crash's friend, rather than his girlfriend. She can be seen alongside Dr.

Cortex in the first issue, but is not rescued until the second, when Crash breaks into the room where she is held. They appear to have a tearful reunion, until Crash gets distracted by apples instead. Tawna offers encouragement to Crash in his battle against Cortex, and begins to cry when she believes he's been crushed under the rubble of the destroyed castle.

She is relieved to see he's unharmed, but becomes unsettled when he and Cortex dress up as women in the manga's ending. Tawna is mentioned several times and makes cameos in Dansu! De Jump! Na Daibouken. When Crash wakes up to see where Tawna is, he finds a note saying that she's gone off with Pinstripe. She is seen when Crash is daydreaming about being irresistible and saving the world. When Crash is crying about Tawna, he mistakes Coco who visits for Tawna.

Her design is different in the manga, looking more like an anime-style woman than her bandicoot design. Tawna only makes a cameo appearance as a picture that appears on the sign of Moulin Cortex. There is a poster of Tawna inside Crash's house on Wumpa Island. Tawna reappears in the Crash Bandicoot N.

Sane Trilogy. She is shown as more competent, beating down a lab assistant before being captured in Cortex's castle. She also manages to briefly escape Cortex before being captured again at the end of the Tawna bonus levels. CTR Nitro-Fueled is the first game to feature Tawna with a voice, revealing her to be a tough, no-nonsense woman determined to win no matter the cost, or the enemy. Completing the Grand Prix also grants her an alternate motorsport-themed costume, which seems to grant her energized power.

Tawna is mentioned after her alternate reality counterpart rescued Crash and Coco from being stuck in a net. According to Coco, she and Crash had previously lost contact with their universe's Tawna. Given her limited appearances, her personality is yet to be deeply explored, but small bits of her personality are known. In her original appearance in Crash Bandicoot , she seems little more than a damsel in distress, being easily held captive by Cortex and waiting for Crash to save her.

Even then, she is shown to be a little more than that, as Cortex considered her to be a replacement as his general after Crash's escape. In the Crash Bandicoot production bible, her intended personality is described in more detail than what was able to be shown in game. She's described as "the perfect balance between beauty and brains", and is said to have attempted to reason with N.

Brio , which could possibly be a reason for his heel-face turn in Cortex Strikes Back. She's also described as inspiring revolution amongst Cortex's minions, which could be a reason for Cortex's lack of henchmen in Cortex Strikes Back except for N.

Gin, who wasn't present in Crash Bandicoot. In Nitro-Fueled , Tawna is a headstrong, confident bandicoot, willing to do whatever it takes to claim her trophy. She's very self-assured, throwing aside her past as a damsel in distress to do what she really wants.

This was also shown to a small extent in the N. Sane Trilogy remake of Crash Bandicoot , where she attempts to fight off Lab Assistants attempting to detain her before being outnumbered, and constantly escapes to meet Crash for the Tawna Bonus Stages before being re-captured by Cortex. Tawna is significantly taller than Crash, her blonde hair and breast size being based off of celebrity Pamela Anderson. She has orange fur, a peach muzzle, green eyes and a small, blonde tail. Her clothing consists of a rose red sleeveless shirt, blue shorts, red socks and brown sneakers.

She also has dull rose eyeshadow, long eyelashes and red lipstick. In Crash Boom Bang! Her shorts were also made shorter, and her shoes were changed from brown to bright red with white socks.

Her eyeshadow was changed to a pale lavender, her ears were made longer, and her muzzle was changed to cream.

In the N. Sane Trilogy and Nitro-Fueled , Tawna's design was reverted to her original design, but with a few changes. Her shirt is now magenta and features white trim and a white outline of Crash's mug , her shorts have become denim with a dark brown belt, and her shoes are now red with white socks. Her body shape is also altered a bit, having a smaller chest and hip size, and being more proportionate.

Her eyeshadow was made a similar shade of magenta to her shirt, and her lipstick was changed to pink. Tawna and Crash grew very close while imprisoned in Cortex Castle, and entered a romantic relationship together prior to the events of the first game.

They clearly cared deeply for one another, with Tawna repeatedly escaping the castle to meet Crash for the Tawna Bonus Rounds before being re-captured by Cortex. She was noticeably absent after the first game, which went unexplained in-universe, though Crash and Tawna still seem to be on good terms as Crash keeps a picture of her above the fireplace, as seen in Warped.

This was never addressed or even implied by Naughty Dog in the western canon. They have never been shown interacting in any games. Though they have never been shown interacting in-game, the Crash Bandicoot Production Bible mentions that Tawna attempted to reason with N.

Brio whilst imprisoned in Cortex Castle. Despite this being a small, mostly ignored detail, it's possible that this interaction may have led to N. Brio betraying Cortex in Cortex Strikes Back , meaning that the two of them may be on decent terms. This wiki. This wiki All wikis. Sign In Don't have an account? Start a Wiki. Do you like this video?

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“Sep 10,  · Following the success of the Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy remaster, developer Toys For Bob are breathing new life into the decade-dormant platformer series with Crash Bandicoot 4 dropping this October. And with new life comes an HD upgrade to some old characters — including Crash’s ‘girlfriend’ Tawna, who a certain subset of horny gamers are particularly excited to see. Oct 05,  · Tawna Updated on October 5, Profile. Species: Eastern Barred Bandicoot (Perameles Gunni)Gender: Female; Alignment: Good; Description. Tawna is Crash Bandicoot's love interest. Like Crash, she was snatched from the jungle and zapped with the Evolvo-Ray as per Dr. Neo Cortex's orders, thus gaining a human-like appearance and traits, as well as becoming tough as nails.”



This wiki. This wiki All wikis. Sign In Don't have an account? Start a Wiki. Do you like this video? Promotional artwork of Crash and Tawna from Crash Bandicoot.

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