|“||Computer, find me something to shoot!||”|
— Qwark, FFA
|“||Sorry dude, we got nothing on the radar. Have an awesome day though!||”|
— Barry, FFA
The Starship Phoenix II, like its predecessor, the Starship Phoenix, was the Q-Force flagship; however, it was much smaller. At first, Qwark was devastated at the lack of fighting for six months but he later received a transmission from Zurgo, which explained an evil plan to Ratchet, Clank and Qwark. Excited, Qwark re-assembled the Q-Force with the Starship Phoenix II to stop Zurgo. The ship could deploy QForce weapon pods to nearby planets.
The ship's AI was called "Barry", he spoke with a teenager's voice.
Sections of the Starship Phoenix IIEdit
The Weapons roomEdit
In many parts of the Phoenix were the weapons found in the QForce weapon pods.
Behind the Aphelion was the Promotion Station, which granted promotions for earning medals. When Ratchet, Qwark, and Clank gained a certain number of medals, they could get a promotion from the station, earning them Qforce Armor parts, the Armor Magnetizer, the Box Breaker, and hoverboots.
Either side of Aphelion was a large engine. Ratchet, Clank and Qwark destroyed several "rogue" cleaner bots in the engine room to reduce Qwark's boredom.
This was the command center of the Starship Phoenix II, where the Qwark monitored Ratchet, Clank and himself on his missions. Located here was the Galactic Map to choose the battlefield. Incoming transmissions could also be received.
Barry mentions he found Groovitrons below deck, and stated that he might have a party there, meaning that there is a larger area below which includes storage. Qwark is also seen wearing a dressing gown which suggests that the crew sleep on the ship and have their own quarters.
Characters on the Starship Phoenix IIEdit
- Rogue Cleaner bot
- The Starship Phoenix which appeared in the Ratchet & Clank movie and in Ratchet & Clank (PS4), despite sharing the name Starship Phoenix from Ratchet & Clank: Up Your Arsenal, was actually based on the Starship Phoenix II.
- Mikey Kelley, the original voice of Ratchet, voiced Barry.
- Ratchet & Clank: Full Frontal Assault (first appearance)
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