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  • Raphael Hamato's Lair (MNT Gaiden)
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  • Raphael Hamato's lair is significantly smaller than the Hamato Lair he used to live in with his brothers and their father Splinter. While Raph's lair has more than one room, most of the living is done in one room, and as such this is the only room typically shown in the comic. There is a couch, a television set, some exercise and training equipment, a table, some bathroom fixtures, and a hammock where Raph sleeps. The lair's hygiene is usually very poor and is littered with discarded newspapers and broken beer bottles. There are generally no decorations on the walls, and parts of the lair indeed appear quite stark. After Raphael brings Renoir to live with him in Chapter 1:Enter the Renoir, he is given a futon to sleep on.
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  • Raphael Hamato's lair is significantly smaller than the Hamato Lair he used to live in with his brothers and their father Splinter. While Raph's lair has more than one room, most of the living is done in one room, and as such this is the only room typically shown in the comic. There is a couch, a television set, some exercise and training equipment, a table, some bathroom fixtures, and a hammock where Raph sleeps. The lair's hygiene is usually very poor and is littered with discarded newspapers and broken beer bottles. There are generally no decorations on the walls, and parts of the lair indeed appear quite stark. After Raphael brings Renoir to live with him in Chapter 1:Enter the Renoir, he is given a futon to sleep on. The lair presumably has some food storage, but Raph keeps food well past its expiration and much of it is covered with mold by the time he and Renoir eat it. Spoiler warning: Plot or ending details follow.