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==Peasant's Quest==
==Peasant's Quest==
[[Image:keeper_of_trogdor.PNG|thumb|100px|This guy should get a job.]]
[[Image:keeper_of_trogdor.PNG|thumb|100px|This guy should get a job.]]
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The Keepers of Trogdor first appear as the guardians that live in the [[Trog-Cave]] in [[Peasant's Quest]]. In this appearance, they are referred to as "the Three Keepers of Trogdor", as only three of them are seen, as opposed to the nine in Trogdor!! The Board Game. It's possible the number has increased in the time between the two appearances. They wear green robes with hoods covering their faces, so their appearance is unknown. They all appear identical, and are more human-looking than their board game versions. They ask [[Rather Dashing]] trivia questions about the game, and if they are answered correctly, he receives the Trog-Sword, Trog-Shield, and Trog-Helmet needed to face the dragon. If any of the questions are answered wrong, however, he is turned into a different form and loses the game. Alternatively, the player can placate them with hidden items found by using [[Baby Lady & Her Baby|the Baby]] in odd ways (a different item for each Keeper, each relating to their respective complaints). They are hungry, thirsty and in back pain, respectively. These Keepers are also seen in the [[Peasant's Quest Movie Trailer]], resembling humans with robes and green hands, although their faces are still not seen. Strong Bad claims that three monks guard the secret of his age and bake [[Minor Foods#Crustly Guarded Bread|bread]] atop the [[Coches Mountains]]; these monks use the same graphics as the Keepers, albeit wearing brown robes instead of green.
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The Keepers of Trogdor first appear as the guardians that live in the [[Trog-Cave]] in [[Peasant's Quest]]. In this appearance, they are referred to as "the Three Keepers of Trogdor", as only three of them are seen, as opposed to the nine in Trogdor!! The Board Game. It's possible the number has increased in the time between the two appearances. They wear green robes with hoods covering their faces, so their appearance is unknown. They all appear identical, and are more human-looking than their board game versions. They ask [[Rather Dashing]] trivia questions about the game, and if they are answered correctly, he recieves the Trog-Sword, Trog-Shield, and Trog-Helmet needed to face the dragon. If any of the questions are answered wrong, however, he is turned into a different form and loses the game. Alternatively, the player can placate them with hidden items found by using [[Baby Lady & Her Baby|the Baby]] in odd ways (a different item for each Keeper, each relating to their respective complaints). They are hungry, thirsty and in back pain, respectively. These Keepers are also seen in the [[Peasant's Quest Movie Trailer]], resembling humans with robes and green hands, although their faces are still not seen. Strong Bad claims that three monks guard the secret of his age and bake [[Minor Foods#Crustly Guarded Bread|bread]] atop the [[Coches Mountains]]; these monks use the same graphics as the Keepers, albeit wearing brown robes instead of green.
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