Ratchet & Clank (PS4)
Frank was one of the many warbots sent to planet Batalia to take down the Starwatch Defense Cannon. He was sent there the same day which he was built. When Ratchet, Clank, and the other Galactic Rangers went to Batalia to defend the cannon, he and another, unnamed, warbot guarded a bolt crank while keeping an eye out for their target.
At one point, Frank asked the other warbot if he had visual on the target. The other warbot pointed out that, since they were standing right next to each other, if one had visual on the target, the other would have seen him too. Frank defensively said that he could do without the judgment since he was only a day old. Both warbots were promptly destroyed by Ratchet.
- “ I can't feel my toes. Is that normal? ”
- ―Apollo Hiks, in an interview [R&C (PS4)]
Apollo Hiks was a professional hoverboard racer from Blackwater City. Ratchet faced him while racing in the annual Blackwater City Hoverboard competition and, also, later on Kalebo III, in the Gadgetron-sponsored Hoverboard event. Apollo Hiks was typically the fastest among the rest of the professional Hoverboard racers.
Victor Equinox was a professional hoverboard racer from Blackwater City. Ratchet faced him while racing in the annual Blackwater City Hoverboard competition and, also, later on Kalebo III, in the Gadgetron-sponsored Hoverboard event.
Chester St. Cloud
Chester St. Cloud was a professional hoverboard racer from Blackwater City. Ratchet faced him while racing in the annual Blackwater City Hoverboard competition and, also, later on Kalebo III, in the Gadgetron-sponsored Hoverboard event. According to a holocard, Chester had been in a battle to the photo finish with Skid Mcmarx three years in a row.
- “ Mmdmdhf hmsmsm hmmdmph! ”
- ―Blastex, in bandages, in an interview [R&C (PS4)]
Griff Blastex was a professional hoverboard racer from Blackwater City. Ratchet faced him while racing in the annual Blackwater City Hoverboard competition and, also, later on Kalebo III, in the Gadgetron-sponsored Hoverboard event.
Irwin Littleton was a professional hoverboard racer from Blackwater City. Ratchet faced him while racing in the annual Blackwater City Hoverboard competition and, also, later on Kalebo III, in the Gadgetron-sponsored Hoverboard event.
Jim was one of the Blarg scientists working at Nebula G34 who was working with another fellow blarg scientist, on the top-secret Blarg project, the Blargian snagglebeast. It is unknown whether or not he survived when the Blargian Snagglebeast crashed into the control center.
"Get Ready for a Reckoning, Daryll! Stealing my Tuna fish Sandwich from the Company fridge. Boy, did you mess with the Wrong Blarg!"
Supposedly, Daryll was a fellow Blarg employee, mentioned by a blarg scientist on Gaspar, who stole a tuna fish sandwich from the company fridge. the Blarg Scientist only wanted the Telopathopus Brains for the sole purpose of gaining vengeance on Daryll
Ratchet & Clank (movie)
Stanley Horkelberg was a blarg under the command of Drek. When Drek was giving a speech about his plans he noted that Stanley was texting, and so Victor Von Ion was called in to discipline him. He was picked up by the forehead by Victor, then forced to call his mother, then Ion ate the phone, dropping Stanley carelessly.
Stanley would later flee from the Deplanetizer along with all of the other workers, as the Deplanetizer was about to enter Umbris's atmosphere and disintegrate. He accidentally called his mother again inside his cramped escape pod. Stanley likely returned to Quartu with the rest of his kind.
Mrs. Horkelberg was the mother of Stanley Horkelberg, when Victor Von Ion disciplined Stanley, he forced him to call his mother, and then ate his phone as she answered.
Later, as his escape pod is leaving the Deplanetizer, Stanley screams."mommy!" and Stanley's phone announces "dialing mother" and she answers and says "hello, Horkelberg residence".
Jeff was a Blarg worker stationed at the Deplanetizer under Chairman Drek. When Drek ordered the Blarg to commence deplanetization, Jeff yelled at the top of his lungs "Ready the Deplanetiser!", annoying Drek. This signalled the beginning of the process of the station destroying the peaceful planet Tenemule. Later, as Novalis was to be destroyed, Jeff would once again yell "Ready the Deplanetiser!". Drek jokingly asked Jeff how things were at home, and Jeff yelled "Great!". When Drek showed his inferior Blarg the finished New Quartu, Jeff held up a picture of his family next to a concept for New Quartu, and was disappointed to find that the real New Quartu was nothing like what they had imagined.
Jeff's name was revealed when Drek asked "how are things at home, Jeff?".
- “ Wilhem! ”
- ―A fellow Solana Trooper witnesses Wilhelm's death.
Wilhem was one of many Solana Troopers tasked with defending Aleero City. During a blarg attack on the Aleero City, Wilhelm was tasked with defending the Hall of Heroes with his fellow Solana Troopers and the Galactic Rangers from over 300 heavily armed Warbots. During the fray, Victor Von Ion activated his energy sabers and slaughtered several Solana Troopers. One such victim was Wilhelm, who screamed in shock as he fell to his death from atop the Hall. Wilhelm's name is a homage to the famous "Wilhelm scream", a scream sound effect that first appeared in the film Distant Drums, and has since appeared in other films such as "Star Wars: A New Hope and Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom. The scream used by Wilhelm in the Ratchet & Clank movie is itself the actual "Wilhelm scream".
Drek's assistant was a Blarg serving under Chairman Drek aboard the Deplanetizer. He was Drek's second lieutenant and personal assistant. The assistant was sent to Dr. Nefarious' office to tell the doctor that Drek wanted to see him. However, he overheard Nefarious' plans to overthrow Drek, but he wasn't smart enough to realise. The assistant would sit at a computer in the bridge when the Galactic Rangers arrived to infiltrate the station. He informed Drek of their arrival, asking if they should fire proton torpedoes. Drek told him to wait, then later ordered him to send out Blarg fighters. The assistant showed Lieutenant Victor Von Ion that Clank and Elaris were inside the Starship Pheonix, and watched as the Lieutenant went to destroy the ship.
He was inside the bridge talking to Drek when Qwark came in and shouted at the Chairman. The assistant went to his computer as Qwark and Drek talked, and hid as Nefarious appeared and killed Drek. Later, he would overhear the Doctor's plans again, but this time Nefarious did not take it as well, shooting the assistant dead with a Combuster.
The ID Blarg was a Blarg worker stationed under Chairman Drek at the Deplanetiser station. He was tasked with giving Captain Qwark his new ID. The Blarg stood with Qwark in a small room with a view of Planet Novalis as the Deplanetiser was stationed around the planet's orbit. As Ratchet was brought past the room in a mag-net with Drek, Qwark tried to hide the Blarg behind him and close the door. The annoyed Blarg tried to look past Qwark as the door shut. Later, as Novalis exploded into millions of pieces, he gave Qwark his ID and walked off.
Later, the Blarg ran up to Dr. Nefarious to warn him about Drek's disappearance and the gravity stabiliser's deactivation, but the doctor dismissed him and went off to fight Ratchet and Qwark. The ID Blarg likely got into one of the escape pods to leave the station as it was about to crash into Umbris and disintegrate.
The Snorkelsons were a family of Solanian living on planet Novalis. Two twins were born into the family the very morning the Galactic Rangers discovered Chairman Drek's plan to destroy Novalis. They evacuated the planet as it was to be destroyed, later losing their home to the Deplanetizer.