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== In-Game ==
 
== In-Game ==
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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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
 
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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Image:potato1.png|Potato being thrown.
 
Image:potato2.png|Thrown potato.
 
POTATO_GUY.jpg|The Russian soldier who comments on the potatoes.
 
</gallery>
 
   
 
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"These are potatoes, Comrade Commisar! Why are we using potatoes instead of real grenades?"
"Because real grenades are valuable! In fact, they are worth a lot more than you are!
"
— A Russian soldier and Commisar Letlev


In-Game

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


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