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The Baseball Bat is Conker's main weapon in Conker: Live & Reloaded; it replaced the Frying Pan. The Baseball Bat is wooden and has nails in the top of its barrel.
Conker's Bad Fur Day
The Baseball Bat had a minor role in Conker's Bad Fur Day. In one part of the Uga Buga chapter, Don Weaso beat Paulie to death with a wooden bat for "showing no respect". The baseball bat has a blue handle, in the remake, it has no blue handle.
The Baseball Bat is also a usable weapon in the Heist and Raptor levels of the Multi mode. Pressing will make the player swing the bat, if connected the player can keep pressing the to do up to 2 more hits. It is the most dangerous weapon in Heist due to being able to stun lock players and it is able to be spammed to lock them up to more 2 hit combos. Playing Raptors will replace it with a bone that the Ugas use, while Heist will have the same bat that was seen in singleplayer.
Conker: Live & Reloaded
In the Hungover chapter, when Conker enters the room with the Key, he notices a rack of weapons. Conker forgets which weapon he used in the original Bad Fur Day. He decides to take the Baseball Bat instead of the usual Frying Pan.
Unlike Bad Fur Day, Gargoyle does not collapse after Conker whacks him with a Frying Pan. Conker thought that Gargoyle should have fallen off, but he tells Conker that the designer changed the method of defeating him. Conker luckily brought the Baseball Bat with him, so he whacks it on The Gargoyle's head. The Gargoyle monotonously says "Ouch", and he stands up, falls backward, and gets crushed by a boulder.
Given the Baseball Bat's success over the Frying Pan, Conker decides on using it as his main weapon. Conker only uses the Frying Pan in the Hungover chapter (including when he re-enters the area) and to whack The Big Big Guy's brass balls.
- In the developer playthrough of Conker's Bad Fur Day, it is mentioned that the baseball bat was supposed to be Conker's signature weapon before being switched over to the frying pan, because they thought a giant frying pan would be funnier. The idea was finally realized in the remake.