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Van Rook is a tall, muscular man with black hair (along with gray sideburns), blue eyes and tan skin with a noticable greenish tint. Back when Doyle was his apprentice Van Rook had a habit of charging Doyle for any scratches or damage to his equipment, or overusing gear like in the first episode when fighting Doc Doyle used all six of his concussion grenades, when according to Van Rook 2 was enough, and said he would charge him for the extra. Doyle has repeatedly mentioned Van Rook as being cheap, in Food for the Giants he said "I told you not to go with the discount setcom provider." And in "The Ice Caverns of the Ellef Ringnes" Doyle says "you couldn't have spent the ten bucks on a dog sled?".
Van Rook is a playable fighter in Cartoon Network's game, TKO, along with Zak Saturday and Munya. According to Van Rook a good mercenary should be able to over look their own feelings and just do the job.
When Van Rook gets angry while he is wearing his helmet's eyes holes will squint down and take on the expression of being angry. Van Rook's skin may appear to have a greenish tint as his skin and armor by appear to be of a similar color by comparison making his skin appear light green.
In War of the Cryptids, he sacrificed himself to save her and his last words were "Drew, you were the only thing I liked almost as much as money" as he died in her arms. In season 2 his face is shown the whole time without the mask ever since Abbey put him out of his buisness.

In the episode Food of the Giants Van Rook had sent his apprentice to kill the Saturday family, including Drew.
The tatoo on Van Rook's arm resembles the Dark Mark, the symbol of Voldemort and his Death Eaters from the Harry Potter franchise, which is a skull with a snake potruding from its mouth. Pietro "Piecemeal" Maltese is a criminally insane Italian chef with surgically altered mechanical jaws that are known to rip through anything.
He has shown superhuman toughness and endurance as he was attacked numerous times with apparently no lasting effect.
In The Secret Saturdays Beasts of the 5th Sun, Pietro "Piecemeal" Maltese appears as one of the main bosses in the level Volcanic Caverns.
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He is shown with beard stubble and a thick Russian accent. He has a tattoo on his right bicep of a snake wrapped around a skull. It is ironic that Van Rook said that two concussion grenades was enough (see above) but his special move in TKO is that several concussion grenades strike his opponent. Such as when Doyle said to Abbey, a good mercenary wouldn't rip out a man's heart for money, Van Rook said that a good mercenary would. However, in War of the Cryptids, he sacrificed himself to save Drew so his true feelings for her are questionable.
He has an obsession for eating exotic creatures, according to his criminal records, and has a checklist of animals he would like to sample.
At the end of the episode he was found by police after trying to escape, he flew away but his jet pack failed and he fell onto a cop car crushing it, as a reult his helmet fell off letting viewers momentarily see his face.

I thought we used to have something," to Drew which is the second time he alludes to a past relationship between them.
Pietro infiltrated the Saturdays home to eat Fiskerton while Doc and Drew are away celebrating their anniversary. He had built a reputation for himself which allows him to command large fees from those that hire him. He appears in prison at the begining of Target: Fiskerton notably without his mask, he was seen trying to bribe the guard into getting him a softer pillow for his room, using an American Penny. Van Rook was an exceptional marksman, being able to shoot small quick moving objects out of the air.
Argost's Manor after his assault on the world he sacrifice himself to save Drew after he took the hit from Rani Nagi using Drew's own fire sword.
He also bears obvious resemblance to the character of Jaws from the movies Moonraker and The Spy Who Loved Me. Argost with his latest plan, hung by the leg out of the jet by Munya when he refuses to help the first time. He attacks the Saturdays with Piecemeal leading Zak Saturday into a train trap leading to Fiskerton's capture. He apparently still had feelings for Drew Saturday as he said to her in Target: Fiskerton "This could have made a great honeymoon" and "I'm over you baby" In the episode Food of the Giants, Abbey Grey was revealed to be his new apprentice.

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