A Tedi soldier as they appeared in Conker's Bad Fur Day.
|Gender:||Unknown (supposedly male)|
Yellow in L&R
|First Appearance:||Conker's Bad Fur Day (2001)|
|Species:||Robot Teddy Bear|
|Color:||Brown and Light Brown|
The Tediz are a race of robotic teddy bear-like creatures who first appeared in Conker's Bad Fur Day.
The Tediz' origins are unknown, except that a mysterious scientist created them. The reason for their existence could be the demand of soldiers during the Milk Wars, a conflict that occurred before the events of the game's series.
There are many different Tediz types:
These are the main infantry. In Conker's Bad Fur Day, they don't wear uniforms, but in Live and Reloaded, they wear a complete uniform and helmet. They are capable of shooting and stabbing Conker.
Tedi Surgeons appear in the Casualty Dept. section of the It's War chapter in Conker's Bad Fur Day and Conker: Live & Reloaded. They wear white aprons and doctor headbands, which are stained with blood. They are possibly massacre doctors, which would explain the blood stains. They attack by throwing needles, knives, and syringes at Conker. When Conker gets close, they stab him repeatedly. When Conker first sees Tedi Surgeons, they speak in a calm, English language and talk about what would happen if the game was worked on by "twenty intelligent people".
An unused cutscene shows the surgeons originally torturing an SHC Soldier who's chest is dissected and is begging to be killed, much to Conker's horror.
Mutant Tedi SurgeonEdit
A certain type of Surgeon Tedi that are larger than normal Tediz. They attack by throwing three needles instead of one. In Conker: Live & Reloaded he can first be seen inside a container in the aforementioned section. He wears green in L&R and he looks exactly like an average surgeon Tedi but larger and wears a disk on top of his head. In the original he does not wear green and is not inside a container, rather the body parts of SHC Soilders are in inside the container floating in some sort of green liquid.
Submarine Tediz pilot Submarines. One Submarine Tedi is first seen shooting down a fighter jet with two S.H.C. soldiers inside. They are later seen in the lair of the Little Girl and the Experiment, which shoot Tedifunkin u47 Intercontilental Ballisitc missiles at Conker. Although in Conker's Bad Fur Day, it was not possible to know who or what was controlling the submarine. It was only until Conker: Live and Reloaded that a Tedi could be easily seen inside the sub.
Big Boss TediEdit
In Conker's Bad Fur Day, Conker encounters the big Tedi Boss during the events of the It's War chapter. The Tedi boss stops at nothing to prevent Conker from advancing any further. Luckily, Conker had found a Rocket Launcher and blasted the Tedi boss to smithereens.
Main article: The Experiment
The Experiment is a huge, spider-legged Tedi robot controlled by a Little Girl. On one arm, it has the Little Girl as a puppet. On the other arm, it has a blade saw, which could kill Conker with one hit.
These Tediz, exclusive to Live and Reloaded only appear in the multiplayer mode. The Machine Tediz appear two hundred years after the events of Conker: Live & Reloaded and replace the classic Tediz. These Machine Tediz appear as cyborgs with red armor and body parts.
Redesign in Conker: Live & ReloadedEdit
The Tediz return in Conker: Live & Reloaded, and this time they have had a complete makeover. Differences include: Their big yellow eyes that resemble panther-like creatures, addition of blood, paws, and teeth. The stitching on their skin is also less haphazard, although it is still visible. Even though they are mechanical in nature, they produce blood when killed. They have also acquired Nazi-esque uniforms and they can vary in sizes.
In the multiplayer mode of the game, they are one of the two playable races in the campaign. In Beach Dead, they are under the command of Professor von Kripplespac, and try to prevent the Squirrel High Command from entering their base. In Fortress Deux, they try to capture the S.H.C.'s flag. In Castle Von Tedistein, they are trying to link the power lines to their time machine to bring forth the machine Tediz.
Their has been some debate as to whether the singular form of Tediz is Tedi, meaning that Tediz is plural, where the z makes an s sound, or if it's still just Tediz, the Tediz are an obvious parody of the Nazis since the z is not properly an s, which means that Tediz could be a plural form of them. However, their name Tediz could've possibly been a creative alternate form of the spelling of the word Teddies, making the z actually an s.
It is proven, however, that during the multiplayer missions of Conker: Live and Reloaded they will use the singular form of "Tedi". The first sight of this can be seen in "Castle Von Tedistein" when the SHC hits each button. It will say something related to "Tedi Machine Charged Up".
- The Tediz are an obvious parody of the Nazis, as they have a similar name, have Swastika-like symbols all over their base (a T in a white circle surrounded by red), and speak in a German-esque language. Their uniforms also use a lightning bolt-like T-letter that is modified from the sig runes used by Nazi Germany's SS-forces in World War 2.
- The Machine Tediz are a parody of the Terminator from the second movie (The Terminator 2: Judgement Day).
- In the Early Trailer of Conker: Live and Uncut, a female Tedi can be spotted, meaning that the Tediz in the army are actually male, but for some reason the female doesn't get into the final game.
- The Machine Tediz homages in a non-Conker Fan game called Mother Z, an unlockable costume for Clark the Main character, is a Machine Tedi costume, the costume also ups Clark Guts by ten.
- In Conker: Live & Reloaded in the Casualty Dept. of the It's War chapter, a Tedi based on the original design featured in the Nintendo 64 version can be seen in a container. It also might be one of the same models used for Conker: Live and Uncut, as this Tedi has claws, something they originally didn't have.
- There is a scribble saying "Rosie Woz Ere" in an elevator, possibly from the Tediz.