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Chef Cookie is a character in Drawn to Life, Drawn to Life: The Next Chapter (Wii), Drawn to Life: The Next Chapter, and Drawn to Life: Two Realms. He is the chef for the Village in all the games. Cookie lives and works at the village restaurant after it is cleared of Shadow following his return. He is rescued from Banya Fields, along with his two assistants.
Cookie, although kind-hearted, is ambitious and high-spirited. He is very critical of his assistants, always noting when they do not meet his expectations. However, he believes in them and thinks they will eventually master the kitchen. He seems to believe his status as chef gives him power over other Raposa, most notable when he threatens to burn Isaac's next Banya order and proudly boasts to Miney about his occupation. Cookie has an obvious stingy trait, often fueling his quarrels with Isaac. The chef treats cooking as an art, and dislikes it when Raposa take more than their fair share.
Not much is known about Cookie's life before the events of Drawn to Life. It is known that Cookie has lived in the Village long before Wilfre's dabbling in the Darkness forced him to leave in pursuit of a better life.
Cookie is an orange-furred, adult, male Raposa. Being a chef, he dresses in a white apron that protects him from the stains of the kitchen. Adorning this occupational garment is a single red stripe, streaking horizontally across the middle. Underneath this, he wears a plain green shirt. A matching chef's hat tops his head.
In Drawn to Life: The Next Chapter (Wii), Cookie's appearance is changed slightly. His apron is colored red, matching the twin stripes that decorate his hat. He also has a splotchy brown mark around his right eye.
In Drawn to Life: Two Realms, his fur is yellow. He is also shown to be slimmer compared to his appearance in previous titles, although this is mainly due to the Raposa design changing between games.
Drawn to Life
After the destruction of the Book of Life, Cookie and his assistants eventually leave the village, searching for a better life. The three are eventually captured and imprisoned by Shadow in Banya Fields, where they stay until the Hero rescues them. When they return to the village, Cookie asks the Creator to clear the darkness around hisRestaurant and to design a marvelous Sign to advertise its reopening.
Later in the story, Cookie is tasked with the job of baking a feast for Mari's festival. Progress is halted when a mob of hungry Raposa storm the restaurant. In Cookie's hour of need, Tubba, a large Raposa who eats tons and is disliked by the chef for this, comes to the rescue and defends the Banya. After this courageous act, Cookie apologizes to the bulbous fellow and the two are now on good terms. Near the end of the game, he and Isaac get into a fight over supplies, and Cookie promises to burn Isaac's next order of Banya Bread.
Drawn to Life: The Next Chapter (Wii)
Cookie calls the Hero and Jowee to his shop before the two explore the Floating Meadows, telling them that the windmill blades have been stolen. The two decide to return to Eastern Winds in order to find new blades thanks to Circi's pestering. When they return with the blades, Cookie offers to bake them a cake.
Later on, Cookie asks the Hero and Jowee if they know where the wedding party was. He then remembers that the two went to the Balancing Rock Garden to find a good spot for a honeymoon. The Hero and Jowee return with the couple, and Cookie returns to making the wedding feast.
Throughout the game, certain Raposa will give the Hero certain challenges to complete. Cookie offers the Hero some extra collectibles for six specific levels. Specifically, he asks the Hero to get him ingredients. The specific challenges are show below:
Retrieve 6 Mashed
Retrieve 5 Monkey
Retrieve 4 Chorizos
Retrieve 7 Chicken
Chamber of the
Retrieve 5 Sourdough
Retrieve 6 pieces of
Drawn to Life: The Next Chapter
When Cookie is next seen, he is sucked into a vortex created by a revived Wilfre, right before Wilfre drained the Color from Rapoville. He, along with Farmer Brown and Count Choco, are spat out in Lavasteam. They are immediately discovered by Miney and his Robosa and put to work mining Banya Crystals. They are eventually rescued by the Hero and then go to Turtle Rock. On Turtle Rock, Cookie can often be seen behind Jowee's Room.
Drawn to Life: Two Realms
Four years after the events of the previous game, Cookie has invented a Banya scone that Jowee finds incredibly delicious. However, Cookie begins hoarding the scones to himself and refuses to sell more. The Hero is alerted to this and is told to go fix the problem while Jowee and Mari talk about Mike's situation in the Human realm. The Hero confronts Cookie, who attempts to play dumb before admitting that he loves his own scones too much. The Hero decides to use the Book of Imagination on him, commencing an Imagination Battle which the Hero wins.
After this, Cookie decides to apologize to Jowee, giving the Hero a scone to give to him. Cookie also resolves to place Banya scones back on the menu the next day. Afterwards, Cookie asks the Hero to create him a new sign for his restaurant.
Chef Cookie's Imagination Battle in Drawn to Life: Two Realms is named Scone Scarf Settlement. It is the seventh story level in the game, and has three segments. After beating Jowee in an Imagination Battle, he admits that he was hungry because Chef Cookie stopped making Banya scones. The Hero is sent to talk to him, and uses the Book of Imagination to get him to stop hoarding the scones.
In Build Mode, the player is given two Flippers and an Acorn Baki. One possible solution is to place the two Flippers on opposite sides of the pit and placing the Acorn Baki on the hovering platform above the pit.
- His first name may be Fortune, as a Rapogirl calls him this when speaking to the Hero.
- However, multiple Game Design Documents throughout the series list Cookie and Fortune Cookie as separate characters, being rivals.
- When Cookie is brought back to the village, Mari mentions that he has always been sweet, referring to his personality.
- Although his fur is usually orange, during the snowball fight, if he is struck by a snowball his fur will turn yellow.
- This is a remnant from his original sprites, where he had yellow fur.
- Cookie does not speak, apparently lacking any dialog, immediately after NavyJ is returned to the village.
- He is one of the few Raposa to not have his idle sprite replaced in Drawn to Life: The Next Chapter.
- Cookie's Imagination Battle includes the tutorial for the spin attack.
Cookie's talksprite in Drawn to Life: The Next Chapter (Wii).