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Hook, Line, and Sinker is the second story level of Salty Wharf and the eighth main level of Crash Bandicoot 4: It's About Time. This is the first story level where Tawna is a playable character and her timeline levels are unlocked after completing this level.


Crash and Coco get captured by pirates, tied up with rope and hung upside down. An unknown bandicoot girl sees them and rushes to their aid. Crash and Coco are eventually rescued, with Coco realizing that their savior is an alternate version of Tawna. Tawna is happy to see Crash and Coco again, and confirms having lost touch with versions of Crash and Coco from her universe. When Coco asks if they died, Tawna denies this and asks what they are collecting. Coco tells her about the Quantum Masks and ends up disappointed when Tawna decides not to join their journey. Tawna explains that she flies solo, but promises to lend a hand whenever she can, using her grappling hook to leap off the pirate ship off on her own journey. Crash and Coco both sigh out of disappointment, with Crash putting his arm around Coco for comfort.

Names in Other Languages

Language Name Meaning
Arabic باركور القراصنة
biarkur alqarasina
Parkour Pirates
French Hameçon, ligne et bouchon (Same as English)
German Großer Fang Big Catch
Italian Cascarci in pieno Completely Falling for It
Japanese フックとロープでゴー
Fukku to rōpu de gō
Go with Hooks and Ropes
Polish Hak, linka i kotwica (Same as English)
Portuguese Mordendo a Isca Biting the Bait
Russian Крючок, леска и грузило
Kryuchok, leska i gruzilo
(Same as English)
LatAm Spanish Mordiendo el anzuelo Biting the Hook
European Spanish Morder el anzuelo Taking the bait



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  • This level introduces the alternate version of Tawna for the first time.
  • This is the first level of It's About Time that doesn't have a bonus round.
  • The name of the level is a simple reference to a common phrase used to describe something as absolutely certain.