|Size||Normal (Human standards) |
Massive (Drake/duck standards)
|Related Characters||Mister Big (Hunter)|
TimeSplitters Future Perfect
Duckman Drake is a recurring character that is first seen in the original TimeSplitters challenge mode in which Mister Big is out to get him during duck hunting season. After the original TimeSplitters, he appears as one of the 'classic' characters of the series.
Duckman Drake is an anthropomorphic bipedal duck who stands at human height and possesses human-like qualities; his wings are able to grip weapons like hands.
|Unlock||Challenge > 2-C Crispy Duck|
|Gesture||Jumps, floating back down to the ground by flapping his wings and when selected, notices he isn't wearing anything and quacks out an 'uh oh' and covers himself up with his feathers whilst side-stepping off screen. He realises there's a wall and quacks 'oh' then stares at the ground.|
Duckman Drake is one of the few characters to appear in the first game but not in the Story mode, and like the others, he has a cheat dedicated to him: Enemies turn to Ducks. The Duckman Drake character is used as a hunted target for the Section 2 Challenges. Though they are being hunted, they are still able to handle weapons.
|Unlock||Arcade League > Honorary League > Outnumbered But Never Outpunned! > Someone Has Got to Pay... with Silver|
|Gallery||He's quack and he's back!|
Duckman Drake returns in his second game once more as a target to hunt and as a Classic character. Though Mr. Big does not appear, Big Tony, a character with similar qualities to the former, appears and takes his place. This time, however, only one Arcade Challenge is reserved for him.
|Gallery||He's quack and he's back! Again!|
|Gesture||Does a karate chop, quacking.|
|Speed||Stamina||Shock Proof||Fire Proof|
Duckman Drake returns in TimeSplitters Future Perfect, again as a Classic character, but has no Duck-hunting missions, and no proper role within the game.
- A 'Drake' is a male duck.
- Duckman Drake resembles Donald Duck in terms of speech.
- His fire scream and his pain/death voice clips are exclusive to him.
- He, Ghost and Security have the same TSFP gesture, but all three of them use unique gesture dialogue.
- He doesn't seem to be able to speak English, or at least very little, as shown by his gestures in both TimeSplitters and TimeSplitters Future Perfect.