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One of Dr. Tinker's more touching creations, the Maul were created as friends for young Funkeys to help them deal with their fears. Young Funkeys would find their courage each night by squeezing and cuddling their Maul, believing that if anything jumped out from under their bed, the Maul would be there to protect them.
After years of being perceived by other Funkeys as infantile, and being greeted with comments like, "awwwwww... how sweet" and "aren't you just the cutest!" the Maul have come to develop what is commonly referred to as "Little Bear Syndrome". This condition is only enhanced by the emotional imbalance caused by a head full of stuffing and results in the Maul constantly trying to compensate for their perceived softness by proving how tough they are! Torn seams and missing buttons can be a result of an over abundance of hugs, annoying rodents who feed on their stuffing called Maul Rats, as well as frequent maul brawls. As a result, the Maul have learned to repair themselves and are master tailors.
This desire to prove their "bearhood" has led many a Maul to start attending the Nectar's underground Pain Clubs. While the Nectar fight to work out the frustrations of a hard day, the Maul fight to prove that they aren't soft! This fighting has developed into a fierce rivalry between the Maul and Nectar to determine who is truly the King of Pain Club. Some believe this can only be settled in the great Oni Dojo.
Despite this need to prove themselves, the Maul are truly softies at heart. Making sure the youth of Terrapinia are safe, courageous, and have someone to squeeze all of their fears away is their number one priority, and they love what they do... awww how sweet!
These values can be inputted into CheatEngine to access the Funkey without its figure.
- Normal (Brown) - 282
- Rare (Blue) - 286
- Very Rare (White) - 293
- Due to a factory error during the printing of the Paradox Green set, only Very Rare versions of Maul were produced.
Rare Maul on display with various unreleased Funkeys