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Conjectural title
No official name has been given to this subject in any licensed Crash Bandicoot media; as such, a descriptive name was chosen.

Junia's father is Junia's unnamed father from Crash Bandicoot: Dance! Then Jump! Na Daibōken, appearing in volume one's third chapter, Get them! The Power Stones!. He is based on the Turtle enemies from Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back.

Appearances[]

Crash Bandicoot: Dance! Then Jump! Na Daibōken[]

When Junia's father found a power stone, he became so obsessed with it that he paid little to no attention to Junia, becoming neglectful. He spent most of his days polishing the stone and taking it with him everywhere he goes, even to the bath tub. When Crash disguises himself as Junia in an effort to take the stone, he is fooled and thinks it really is Junia. He soon realizes that it's not his son when Crash rips off the disguise in anger over failing to grab the power stone numerous times and the father's mistreatment of Junia, throwing the stone into a pit. Junia leaps and catches it and almost falls into the pit before Crash manages to catch him, holding on by a loose branch. When he hears Junia saying that he won't let go of the power stone because it would make his father sad, he quickly realizes his wrongdoing, remembering how much his son means to him, and yells for Junia to drop the stone and save himself. Junia does as he said, allowing Crash to throw Junia to safety. Junia's father then tearfully apologises to Junia, making amends.

Characteristics[]

Physical description[]

Junia's father is a turtle with thick eyebrows and a curled mustache. He has a round shell with spikes around the sides, short limbs with stubby fingers and toes, and is a bit larger than his son. Due to the manga being printed in black and white, his coloration is unknown.

Personality[]

Junia's father's true personality isn't known very well, due to the fact that for almost his entire appearance he is acting irrationally because of his obsession with the power stone. After the stone is gone, he is shown to genuinely care for Junia. He seems a little unintelligent or maybe simply possesses poor vision, being easily fooled by Crash disguising himself as his own son.

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