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{{dialogue a-b|Russian Soldier|These are potatoes, Comrade Commissar! Why are we using potatoes instead of real grenades?|Commissar Letlev|Because real grenades are valuable! In fact, they are worth a lot more than you are!|A Soviet soldier and [[Letlev|Commissar Letlev]].}}
   
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'''[[wikipedia:Potato|Potatoes]]''' are "weapons" featured in ''[[Call of Duty 2]]'' as a substitute for an actual [[RGD-33]]. They also feature as props in ''[[Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare]]'' and ''[[Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2]]''.
   
{{quote|These are potatoes, Comrade Commisar! Why are we using potatoes instead of real grenades?"<br />"Because real grenades are valuable! In fact, they are worth a lot more than you are!|A [[:Category:Red Army Soldiers|Russian soldier]] and Commisar [[Letlev]]}}
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==Call of Duty 2==
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|image = [[File:Potato model CoD2.png|200px]]
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|name = ''Call of Duty 2''
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| damage = 0
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|maxammo = 4
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|radius = 0
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|used = [[Soviet Armed Forces]]
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|HUD= [[File:Potato pickup CoD2.png]]
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|console = <tt>potato</tt>}}
   
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Potatoes are used in "[[Red Army Training]]", the opening level of the ''[[Call of Duty 2]]'' campaign. They are grenade substitutes used by the player and his fellow comrades to practice throwing grenades. Being nothing more than a normal potato, they do not cause any damage, nor do they explode like conventional hand grenades. If thrown at another character, they harmlessly bounce off without the NPC reacting at all. Sometimes if thrown at an enemy, they die.
   
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===Gallery===
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<gallery>
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potato1.png|Potato being thrown.
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Player_about_to_throw_a_potato_COD_2.png|Player about to throw the potato, seen at field of view of 120
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</gallery>
   
The '''[[wikipedia:Potato|potato]]''' is a starchy tuberous crop from the plant ''Solarum tuberosum'' of the Solanaceae, or Nightshade family. It is the worlds fourth most popular crop—following rice, wheat and maize (corn). It is originally believed to have evolved in an area of southern Peru, spreading and diversifying into thousands of varieties, up to a 100 sometimes growing in a single valley. Used for thousands of years by native peoples, the potato was first found by Spanish explorers in the 1500s. It was later exported to Europe, the Americas and throughout the world. It became especially popular in areas where the soil was not rich enough for more traditional crops, such as Russia and Ireland. Today, however, Asia leads the market in potato production, with China the worlds leading exporter of potatoes, followed by India. Products such as potato chips, french fries, and mashed potatoes all come from the potato. When fermented, potatoes can be made into vodka.
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==Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare==
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Potatoes are seen in a box in the weapon armory in "[[F.N.G.]]" as a throwback to ''Call of Duty 2''.
   
== In-Game ==
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Potatoes are used in Red Army Training, the opening level of ''[[Call of Duty 2]]''. They are grenade substitutes used by the player to practice throwing grenades, and also a nod towards Russia's production shortages during the early part of the war. Being nothing more than a normal potato, it does not cause any damage, nor explode like more conventional ordinance. If thrown at another character, it will harmlessly bounce off.
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COD4 Potato.png|Potatoes in ''Call of Duty 4''.
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If you throw a potato at a German soldier in the level Red Army Training, the German will be surprised and confused, and say "Kartoffeln?" which is German for 'potato.' Also, if you throw enough at the German a potato will get stuck in his head.
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==Call of Duty: World at War==
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Unused potato models can be found in the game files.
   
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==Video==
 
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Image:potato1.png|Potato being thrown.
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Call of Duty 2 Potato|Potatoes used throughout the level
Image:potato2.png|Thrown potato.
 
 
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==Trivia==
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*If the player throws a potato at a German soldier in the level "[[Red Army Training]]", the German will be surprised and confused, and say "Kartoffeln?" which is German for 'potatoes?'. Also, if the player throws enough at the German, a potato will get stuck in his head.
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*It's possible to kill the German prisoner being interrogated, with the potatoes. However, doing so will fail the mission.
   
 
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Russian Soldier: "These are potatoes, Comrade Commissar! Why are we using potatoes instead of real grenades?"
Commissar Letlev: "Because real grenades are valuable! In fact, they are worth a lot more than you are!"
— A Soviet soldier and Commissar Letlev.

Potatoes are "weapons" featured in Call of Duty 2 as a substitute for an actual RGD-33. They also feature as props in Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2.

Call of Duty 2Edit


Potatoes are used in "Red Army Training", the opening level of the Call of Duty 2 campaign. They are grenade substitutes used by the player and his fellow comrades to practice throwing grenades. Being nothing more than a normal potato, they do not cause any damage, nor do they explode like conventional hand grenades. If thrown at another character, they harmlessly bounce off without the NPC reacting at all. Sometimes if thrown at an enemy, they die.

GalleryEdit

Call of Duty 4: Modern WarfareEdit

Potatoes are seen in a box in the weapon armory in "F.N.G." as a throwback to Call of Duty 2.

Call of Duty: World at WarEdit

Unused potato models can be found in the game files.

VideoEdit

TriviaEdit

  • If the player throws a potato at a German soldier in the level "Red Army Training", the German will be surprised and confused, and say "Kartoffeln?" which is German for 'potatoes?'. Also, if the player throws enough at the German, a potato will get stuck in his head.
  • It's possible to kill the German prisoner being interrogated, with the potatoes. However, doing so will fail the mission.
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