Trivia relating to Carmelita Fox.


  • Carmelita has had a new voice actress for every game in the series. In Sly Cooper and the Thievius Raccoonus, she was voiced by Roxana Ortega; in Sly 2: Band of Thieves, she was voiced by Alésia Glidewell; in Sly 3: Honor Among Thieves, she was voiced by Ruth Livier; and in Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time, she was voiced by Grey DeLisle.
    • In Japanese, she is voiced by Tsubasa Makoto in the first and second games; from Sly 3 onward, she is voiced by Mie Sonozaki (who also voices new dialogue in the aforementioned first and second games in the HD Collection).
    • In Italian, she is voiced by Dania Cericola through all the games of the series, who interestingly enough also dubbed Detective Montoya from the Batman series.
  • In the development of Sly Cooper and the Thievius Raccoonus, Carmelita's name was "Chase Montoya Fox," as a reference to her chasing Sly.
  • In Sly 3, her voice from Sly 2 was unintentionally used as archive audio during battles.
  • Her middle name, Montoya, may be a reference to Detective Montoya of the DC Comic series The Batman.
  • It seems that Carmelita is a Neil Diamond fan as when she and Sly were discussing their favorite hobbies and things, she is seen listening to music by Neil Diamond, as shown by the record cover of Neil Diamond Live.
  • In Sly 3, Carmelita falls back if attacked, but in Sly 2, attacking her has no visible effect.
  • Throughout the series, Carmelita hasn't known about the Cooper Clan, until in Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time.
  • In He Who Tames the Iron Horse of Sly 2, Carmelita wears a blue hat in addition to her winter attire.
  • As a playable character in Sly 3, Carmelita's Mega Jump form changes. As seen during her chasing of Sly Cooper in Sly Cooper and the Thievius Raccoonus, Sly 2 and Sly 3 as well as during animated scenes, she jumps with arms outspread and is horizontal in the air. As a playable character, the jump is simply a larger version of her normal jump. However, her original Mega Jump can be obtained in the multiplayer game "Cops and Robbers" as a power-up.
  • In Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time, Carmelita's appearance has drastically changed. Along with HD graphics, she thinner overall, has pointed ears fanning upward and more defined cheeks. She now has the sleeves of her coat rolled up and wears a skirt that ends at her thighs instead of jeans and has different boots.
  • Carmelita's signature color is yellow.
    • However, her attack auras are light blue, due to the electricity of her shock pistol.
  • When playing as her in Sly 3, if you press R3Button, you can bring out a standard pair of binoculars. However, in Thieves in Time she has switched to a binocucom.
  • In Sly 3, if you drown as her, her drown death sound is the same as Bentley's.
  • Neyla once called her "Old Ironsides," possibly referring to her stubborn, militant nature.
  • Carmelita is one of only two characters to curse in the series (excluding Bentley's "Oh my gawd"). In issue 1 of The Adventures of Sly Cooper, she says "damn" twice and "smartass" once.
  • Carmelita can be seen driving a red sports car in the Sly 2 bonus video and comics. But in Thieves in Time, it's a purple cruiser.
  • In Sly Cooper and the Thievius Raccoonus, Carmelita has a signature shape on her office door: a star, and over it, a fox head.
    • In Sly 3, this symbol reappears as her character symbol.
  • Carmelita wears an earring on her left ear. In some of the cutscenes in Thieves in Time, she's wearing it on her right ear.
  • Her mole is inconsistently placed throughout the series
  • Carmelita is three years older than Sly.
  • Carmelita is the third character to do a cutscene narrative, the first two being Sly and Bentley.
  • Carmelita has been captured four times in the series, by Clockwerk, by Toothpick, by The Contessa, by Cyrille Le Paradox and, in most cases, she was used as a bait to get Sly captured.
  • Carmelita has been kissed by Sly five times during the series. Once during the climax of Sly Cooper and the Thievius Raccoonus, again during Timing is Everything, once again during a cutscene Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time, during the rock concert in Bentley's Hackpack and lastly during Sly's Psychic Connection.
  • Carmelita has saved Sly's life three times in the series. First in "A Temporary Truce" of Sly Cooper and the Thievius Raccoonus, when Sly was being chased by Fire Slugs and she was shooting them so he could get his cane back. The second and most notable was during Sly 3 in the mission, "Carmelita to the Rescue," when saving Sly from Dr. M's Mutant Primate with her team of mercenaries. And in Thieves in Time, during "Operation: Mousetrap," when she shoved Sly out of the way before he could get impaled by a falling gate during the boss fight with Penelope.
  • She is the only playable character in Thieves in Time who doesn't have a Job Complete screen. She is also the only character who doesn't start a job. However, she does have a loot collecting screen, which is shown if she unlocks a vault or brings a treasure back to the safe house.
  • Even though Carmelita's artwork in Thieves in Time shows her in Rioichi's sushi house, she does not become playable until the episode after.
  • In some cultures, foxes are viewed as cunning tricksters, which is ironic given that Carmelita is a police officer, and therefore an upholder of law and order.
  • In Sly 2 and Sly 3, she can sometimes be seen with coins in her pocket, which can be pickpocketed. She will also occasionally have loot in Sly 3.

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