Ramenses II

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Sprite of a Ramenses II in Wario: Master of Disguise

The Ramenses II is a living statue enemy which appears in Wario: Master of Disguise. Ramenses IIs appear in the Smithsnorian Museum during the events of Episode 3, and they attack by levitating into the air and pounding the ground below them. Wario must stomp on the head of it several times, or use one of his other means of attack on the statue in order to defeat it. The statue is shaped like a human.

The name of the enemy is a portmanteau of Ramesses II, an Egyptian Pharaoh, and ramen (as in ramen noodles).

In-game description[edit]

  • A statue of the world's first true ramen aficionado. All those who opposed his crazed, noodley ways had their best restaurants burned to the ground.
  • (German version) Die Statue des ersten Großen Sahne-Fans in der Geschichte. Diese Vorliebe war es auch, die diesen großen König zu Fall brachte - alle 350 kg. (The statue of the first big cream fan in history. It was this predilection that brought down this great king - all 350 kg.)

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ラーメンススル2せい
Rāmensusuru 2 Sei
Portmanteau of「ラーメン」(rāmen) and「すする」(susuru, to sip), and a play on「ラムセス2世」(Ramusesu Ni-sei, Ramesses II)
German Rahmses II Pun on "Ramesses II" and "rahm" (cream)
Italian Ramenses II -