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The Tapper bar was full that particular night with characters discussing what was increasingly being referred to as "the second Turbo incident" - how Wreck-It Ralph's attempts at heroism had nearly caused at least one game to be pulled and unleashed a menace that could have destroyed the whole arcade. But, and this was the most important topic, Turbo's survival of the first incident and hijacking of Sugar Rush was revealed. Suddenly, "going Turbo" took on an even more sinister undertone, for his disguise had been totally convincing until Vanellope had broken it by her glitching powers.
The only way this was possible was through manipulating game code - a task too dangerous to be worth it in most cases, and certainly not done for your own personal benefit! Even villains knew that doing that kind of manipulation had too high a risk of getting their game pulled to make it worth their while. If Turbo had no su
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“Quarter alert! Quarter alert!”
Everyone in Fix-It Felix Jr. got into their starting positions as they waited for the first player of the day to put his hands on the control panel. Cheerful as usual, Felix stood by off screen waiting for Ralph to come out and shout his famous catchphrase so the level could begin. However, after several moments of stalling, he and the Nicelanders began to worry when the young gamer called for Mr. Litwak. One of the part time employees walked over and explained that his boss was busy in his office at the moment but he could help.
“Ralph’s not showing up!” the gamer said. “The game is stuck and I can’t do anything!”
The employee pressed a few buttons, and sure enough, the boy was right. Ralph’s speech bubble appeared but he was nowhere to be found. “Uh oh, not this again. Let me go get Mr. Litwak."
When the man walked away, the gamer walked away to try another game whil