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This article is about the character. For information on the game, see Ms. Pac-Man (game).


"Why, if I had a Power Pellet, I'd..."
— Ms. Pac-Man, Pac-Man World


Ms. Pac-Man (ミズパックマン Mizu Pakkuman) (AKA "Pepper ") (ペッパー Peppā) is Pac-Man's beautiful wife and the mother of Jr. Pac-Man and Baby Pac-Man. She could be considered the deuteragonist of the series.

History

In Arcade Games

Ms. Pac-Man

Ms Pacman Control Panel Version

Ms. Pac-Man's American arcade look.

Main article: Ms. Pac-Man (game)

Ms. Pac-Man looks almost exactly the same as Pac-Man in the arcade games, except she has a mole on her face and wears a red bow on her head and is sometimes shown wearing lipstick.

Jr. Pac-Man

Ms. Pac-Man only appears in the intermissions. She is seen in one trying to protect her son from Yum-Yum, who is a ghost that he has a crush on.

Pac-Land

Making her first official appearance in a Japanese game, Ms. Pac-Man appears as a supporting character in the game.

Pac-Man World series

Pac-Man World

Ms. Pac-Man

Ms. Pac-Man in the 3D games.

In this game, Ms. Pacman is kidnapped, along with Pooka, Chomp-Chomp, Prof. Pac, Pac-Man Junior, and Baby Pac, by Toc-Man's ghost henchman. She is kidnapped in her house, and it is actually shown that she has a Pac-Cat. She is put into a sack and taken to Toc-Man's headquarters. The henchmen were sent to, and meant to capture Pac-Man, but realized their mistake when they got back to the HQ. Ms. Pac-Man was then put in a large cage in an level in the Graveyard Area. Pac-Man rescues her at last, and she, along with the other former captives, help out in the fight against Toc-Man by throwing out Health Wedges.

Pac-Man World 2

She appears at the end when Spooky is defeated.

Pac-Man World 3

In this game, Ms. Pac-Man appears as one of the main characters. She appears in the end and expresses her thoughts about Erwin and how he has been attacking Pac-Man using Gogekka. Pac-Man later defeats Erwin, and Ms. Pac-Man lets the whole thing go. She also mentions that she thinks raw power sucking machines are cute. She is annoyed to find Clyde and the other ghosts arriving (all except Orson) at their front yard, and Clyde says they had only been living with them for a few months. When he asks what is for dinner, she responds "You are," and Pac-Man's son gives him a power pellet and chases them off.

Ms. Pac-Man Maze Madness

After a long absence from the spotlight, Ms. Pac-Man returns as the protagonist of her own game once more. In the game, she aids Prof. Pac-Man in saving Pac-Land and its princess from an evil force.

Pac 'n Roll

LoveAtFirstSight

Ms. Pac-Man and Pac-Man during their youth

In Pac 'n Roll, Ms. Pac-Man's origins and her first meeting with Pac-Man is shown. In the story, Ms. Pac-Man had met Pac-Man as a child when he was training under her father Pac-Master on how to be a Pac-Knight, and both fell in love at first sight. However on the night of the Power Pellet Festival, Ms. Pac-Man, along with her father, her sister, her dog, and her mother were captured by Golvis, a powerful green ghost and the main antagonist of the story. In the end they were rescued by Pac-Man after he defeats Golvis.

Spin-Offs

Mario Kart Arcade GP:

MspacmanRally

Ms. Pac-Man as she appears in Pac-Man World Rally

Ms. Pac-Man is a playable character in this game.

Mario Kart Arcade GP 2:

Ms. Pac-Man is a returning character in the game's sequel.

Pac-Man World Rally

She appears as a playable character in Pac-Man World Rally. She is a middleweight character, but unlike the other medium-weight racers, she actually has balanced stats, and thus the highest top-speed. Despite her increase in top speed, she maintains decent acceleration and handling. For this reason she outclasses the other middleweights.

Super Smash Bros. for Wii U

Ms. Pac-Man appears in 8-bit form in the Pac-Land stage.

Trivia

  • Ms. Pac-Man, her mother, her sister and her daughter were the only female Pac-People to appear in the series prior to its reboot.
  • In the Saturday morning cartoon series back in the 1980s, Ms. Pac-Man was always addressed as "Pepper" by her husband Pac-Man whenever he spoke to her. She in return would call him "Packy".
  • The Saturday morning version of her was also the only incarnation of Ms. Pac-Man to ever have hair (brown).

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