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Princess Bubblegum (full name Princess Bonnibel Bubblegum,[1] often called PB and, on occasion, Peebles) is a main character on the series Adventure Time that first appeared in the Animated Short. She is the benevolent ruler of the Candy Kingdom. She is Finn's former love interest. Her first name is Bonnibel, according to Marceline. At the end of "Mortal Recoil" she was transformed into a 13-year-old, but returned to her normal age of 18 years in "Too Young."

Princess Bubblegum dresses as a traditional princess in a flowing, pink gown and a gold tiara with a blue gem at the top. Her skin is usually colored light pink. Her "Bubblegum Pink" hair is made of bubblegum, which was found out in To Cut a Woman's Hair when Finn gave the Tree Witch the piece of PB's hair. The Tree Witch pointed out it was just bubblegum, even chewing it to demonstrate. She has a large posterior according to Natasha Allegri.[2] Princess Bubblegum was said to have a "pretty pink face" according to Marceline while she was singing the song I'm Just Your Problem featured in the episode of What Was Missing. A scientist at heart, Princess Bubblegum is often seen wearing a white lab coat and goggles when she is performing experiments or solving equations. Princess Bubblegum has at least fifteen outfits. These outfits range in color and style from an orange T-shirt and white shorts to a fluffy, powder-blue dress and pink cardigan. However, her pajamas include a black t-shirt as seen in What Was Missing, given to her by Marceline.
As a thirteen-year-old, she wears a pink V-neck dotted with white, top with puffed sleeves and a ballgown bottom with a big, purple ribbon around her waist. While her hair is shorter and now curls at the bottom, her tiara stays the same. As shown in "Too Young," she doesn't wear any shoes. When she turns back to eighteen, her outfit also changes back to her original one.

Princess Bubblegum is an amiable, compassionate and benevolent ruler. She loves (most of) her subjects unconditionally and has been known to defend them tirelessly when trouble brews. Even beyond her own domain, Princess Bubblegum possesses a strong sense of morality and participates in politics outside the Candy Kingdom. She is very noble. She also has a strong love for spaghetti as personally said by herself in To Cut a Woman's Hair. She is also shown eating spaghetti in several other episodes, such as Ricardio, the Heart Guy.
Princess Bubblegum is a highly cultured and educated ruler with an undying passion for science. In "Slumber Party Panic," she attempts to revive the dead Candy People, accidentally creating a horde of zombie Candy People instead.
Though ordinarily sweet and good-natured, Princess Bubblegum shows a malicious aspect of her personality whenever she is crossed, as toward the Duke of Nuts for eating all of the royal pudding and believing him to have ruined her appearance. She sometimes says socially morbid or inappropriate things, such as when Finn picked up a paralysis poison, where she said: "Don't touch that Finn, it'll paralyse you forever! Heehee!". Many darker things are briefly shown in several episodes such as skeletons cuffed to the walls in hidden chambers as shown in Ricardio, the Heart Guy. Also, in "What Have You Done?," she displays a cruel willingness to torture Ice King. In addition to these apparent lapses in morality, she also doesn't seem to have a problem with insulting or even physically hurting her "son," The Earl of Lemongrab if protecting her people is her first priority, as seen in Too Young, when she pushes him onto the floor and makes him cry, laces his food with exceedingly spicy serum, and calls him names.
When she was 13 years old, she exhibited a more playful attitude and a willingness to perform pranks with Finn. Princess Bubblegum mentions, before being transformed to her normal age, that she enjoyed temporarily being 13 because she was void of the responsibilities that come with being ruler of the Candy Kingdom and the fact that she could finally act like a kid again.
However, Princess Bubblegum acts noticeably more child-like when she is not in the role of the princess. She dresses and talks more casually when she isn't busy with her work, as seen in Video Makers and What Was Missing. As a princess, she is prim, poised, and straight-laced, but is quite capable of loosening up and dressing/acting like a regular teenager with her friends.
There are also rare occurrences of her expressing her expertise as a polyglot, such as in "What Have You Done?", where she speaks German after her people are cured of Ice King's accidental disease... then fainting on a patient bed.

Princess Bubblegum has a degree in Glycomics.[3] And she is a polyglot, being proficient in multiple languages. She is heard speaking German, as seen in "What Have You Done?," "Go With Me," and "Slumber Party Panic."[4] Her scientific skills are of use as shown in "Slumber Party Panic" where she concocts a potion to reanimate the dead, specifically Candy People.

Princess Bubblegum is Finn's former love interest. Although Finn did have a crush on her, it wasn't clear whether the feeling was mutual or not, as she was often seen sighing or rolling her eyes at his advances, but at times she was seen to be flattered. Princess Bubblegum cites the hero as a great friend and will never hesitate to call on him for aid in royal matters. Finn and Princess Bubblegum share the same moralistic nature, and often work together to right any wrongs in the Land of Ooo.
In "Slumber Party Panic" she called Finn "adorable", but probably meaning it as little kid adorable. The princess sees Finn as her "flawless champion," as said in The Duke, and also shown in The Duke, that there is a picture of Finn on her walls. She invests a lot of respect and faith in the young boy. In "To Cut a Woman's Hair," she said, without doubt, that she likes Finn, although it can just mean she likes him as a friend. Although he sometimes angers her, Princess Bubblegum never holds a grudge against Finn. In "The Real You," she gives Finn a kiss on the cheek for saving the Candy Kingdom from the black hole he created. In "Go With Me," though she exiles Finn from the Candy Kingdom after he releases a pack of wolves into her room, the resentment is only temporary because Princess Bubblegum appears to have forgiven Finn by her next appearance.
In "Mortal Folly," she said to Finn, "I care about you," and gives him a pink sweater with a white heart stitch to the left that she made with the power of "liking someone a lot" which ended up helping Finn defeat The Lich. In "Mortal Recoil," Princess Bubblegum ages down to 13. Finn comments that that's how old he is and blushes as the new younger Princess Bubblegum says, "Give me a hug, hero."
In "Too Young," Princess Bubblegum acts very loving and affectionate toward Finn during the time she is 13, even going on a "date" with him, leaning on his shoulder, holding his hand, etc. She expresses a bit of regret when she has to turn back to 18 because she never gets to "act like a kid." She also says to Finn that she would rather "stay like this, with you." During the transformation of her being back to 18, they share a hug and she kisses Finn on the lips. When she changes back to 18, she returns to her normal personality, without the same kind of affection for Finn. When Finn asks whether they could "hug some more," she replies with "That was like 5 years ago, you really gotta move on." Of course, she makes this remark with a smile and mutters something about him being a 'silly boy' as she walks back into the castle. However, in "Wizard Battle" she forgives Finn for cheating in the contest, then they both share a romantic kiss on the lips and slaps him on the cheek for cheating.
In "What Was Missing," it was revealed that Finn keeps a clump of Princess Bubblegum's hair that he got in "To Cut A Woman's Hair " as a prized possession.
Finn has a few nicknames for her, such as PB, Princess, Bubblegum, and Peebles (Finn sometimes pronounces it as "Poibles" or Preebos").
In the season 3 finale, "Incendium," Finn tries to lay his head on PB's lap while they are watching her Liquid Pyrotechnics. She was seen to be surprised, she looks down at him and pushes him away saying: "Come on Finn, don't be weird." She then leaves the Tree Fort, leaving Finn feeling rejected. He later curls up with a piece of her hair and some pictures of her. He becomes depressed because he knows that he cannot date Princess Bubblegum. After his brief encounter with Flame Princess, it seems that Finn has moved on, stating that he now has a crush on her.
In the same episode, "Incendium", Jake says that Princess Bubblegum is a little too old for him. This might also be the reason why she keeps 'pushing him away' because when she turned thirteen, she showed how much she really liked Finn, only Finn's a little too dense to realize that.

Lady Rainicorn is Princess Bubblegum's mighty helper and one of the creatures seen to have provided transportation when needed, alongside her swan that shoots lasers and a fast flying falcon. Lady Rainicorn and Princess Bubblegum's relationship is very close, similar to Finn and Jake's. In "Video Makers," she is seen talking to her before Finn serves the drinks, meaning that Princess Bubblegum may be able to speak Korean or just understand her in a way similar to Jake. Lady Rainicorn is Princess Bubblegums pet and best friend.

Princess Bubblegum created The Earl of Lemongrab for the purpose of ruling the kingdom if she ever became unable to do so. However, being the first of her "experiments gone wrong," it is shown that her son is exceedingly temperamental, and a terribly inexperienced ruler; intent on sending everyone, including her, to the dungeon. Princess Bubblegum and The Earl of Lemongrab dislike each other, and Princess Bubblegum calls the Earl a "butt." However, when the Princess returns to the age of 18, the Earl recognizes her right to rule and willingly (though disgruntled) leaves. Jesse Moynihan claimed that, shortly after Lemongrab was born, Princess Bubblegum shipped him off to Castle Lemongrab to live an isolated, sheltered life.[5]
MarcelineEdit
The two arguing in "What was Missing"
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In the original pitch documents, Princess Bubblegum and Marceline are shown to be friendly rivals. Though having been in the same place at the same time in several occasions, nothing of their relationship with one was known until "Go With Me" where we see Marceline trying to be civil towards Bubblegum while the princess shows rather displeasure in being around her. Bubblegum's perspective makes her see Marceline as wild to the point of corrupting Finn into being exiled out of her kingdom; showing that she tries to avoid contact with her as best as possible. Marceline is the first and only character to call princess Bubblegum by her first name, Bonnibel.
Marceline sees Bubblegum as boring and stiff. Bubblegum is generally a woman of grace and poise but, in Marceline's presence, she begins talking in a sarcastic tone. In "What Was Missing" when Bubblegum miscalculates the music needed to open the Door, Marceline says, "You're not as perfect as you thought, guess you can't judge me anymore", to which Bubblegum replies angrily and emotionally, "I never said you had to be perfect," hinting that whatever previous relationship the two had ended on bad terms. However, in the same episode, it is revealed that the item stolen from her was a t-shirt Marceline had given her, and it really means a lot to her (she uses it as pajamas). This admission causes Marceline to blush for the second time in the series. This episode resulted in much fan speculation about the nature of their relationship and Marceline's feelings for Princess Bubblegum.
JakeEdit
PB and Jake have a rather strange relationship, with Jake being well aware of Finn's crush on her, possibly making Jake uncomfortable. Despite this, they seem to maintain a healthy friendship, with PB even calling Jake "puppy" and allowing him to rest his head on her lap in "Incendium".
Lumpy Space PrincessEdit
Princess Bubblegum and Lumpy Space Princess
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Lumpy Space Princess is mostly Princess Bubblegum's best friend. Despite their drastically different personalities, the two are often together and L.S.P. is a frequent visitor to the Candy Kingdom during many of its parties and ceremonies. In "Video Makers," PB takes L.S.P's seat and she gets mad at her, but that's probably L.S.P being herself.
Duke of NutsEdit
Princess Bubblegum is shown to have an outright hatred for the Duke of Nuts. Though this is all explained to be a relationship between the two in "The Duke", Princess Bubblegum still loathes the Duke and distrusts him because he eats all the royal pudding. However, Andy Ristaino has stated on his Formspring, in regards to PB possibly lessening her hatred towards the Duke, "Hatred dwindles over time."
Ice KingEdit
One of the main characters in the series, the Ice King spends the great majority of his time obsessing over capturing and marrying princesses. His most targeted princess is Bubblegum, who is greatly annoyed with the Ice King's actions but generally seems to put up with them, mostly due to having Finn around to rescue her whenever the Ice King comes around. One of the few times that Bubblegum showed particular anger towards Ice King was in the episode "What Have You Done?", mostly due to the fact that Ice King's attempt at a kind gesture (making it snow) ends up making nearly the entire kingdom sick, forcing Bubblegum to order Finn and Jake to capture him at all costs without telling them why she wants him imprisoned.
In "Mortal Folly," Ice King's obsession with Bubblegum nearly leads to the destruction of Ooo. As Finn is fighting The Lich, a powerful and evil sorcerer, the Ice King captures her, then stupidly drops her into the Lich's evil power source, corrupting her. However, he is still loyal enough towards her to help save her life after her broken body was possessed by The Lich to destroy Ooo. Although the Ice King is fond of kidnapping her, regardless of her feelings on the situation, the Ice King really does care for her. This is shown in the title card of Mortal Recoil, where he is obviously distraught and weeping over her grave, and in the episode, where he cries hysterically when she is hospitalized. It is likely Bubblegum's temporary age change in "Mortal Recoil" had changed his interest towards her; once she becomes thirteen, he leaves through the window saying "Ah, dang it! Well, I'm out of here. Goodbye everybody". However, since her return to the age of 18, he is once again intePrincess Bubblegum hanging out with Finn, Jake, and a chill (but understandably jealous) Ice King.
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Despite the, naturally, awkward nature of their relationship, they are capable of being civil, and even hanging out. This is shown in the ending of Holly Jolly Secrets II, when the Ice King and PB sat next to each other, wearing ugly Christmas sweaters and drinking hot cocoa. Although the Ice King was annoyed by PB also being close to Finn, she didn't seem to mind the Ice King being so near her. This indicates that perhaps he has learned some restraint, and PB doesn't dislike his company as much as she used to.
Mr. Cream PuffEdit
She and Mr. Cream Puff have dated before as mentioned in Slumber Party Panic. Princess Bubblegum still might have feelings for him because he was the first Candy Person to be used the Decorpsinator Serum so that PB and him will be reunited again.
QuotesEdit
See Princess Bubblegum/Quotes
BiographyEdit
Princess Bubblegum is the beloved ruler of the Candy Kingdom. Though not much is said about her past, it is known that many of her relatives are famous (suggested in the episode "Susan Strong"). It is implied that Finn has saved Princess Bubblegum many times (and vice versa as seen in the episode "Dungeon"). It also seems that she has had previous run-ins with Marceline, the Vampire Queen. At the approximate age of eighteen, she creates Lemongrab, then sends him away to live a sheltered life inside of a castle. Princess Bubblegum also performs other science experiments which varied greatly in their success- ranging from very successful to catastrophic.
She spends most of her time in Ooo sending Finn and Jake on different quests that generally vary in difficulty. In the first part of season two's two-part finale, "Mortal Folly," she sends Finn and Jake on a quest to stop the evil Lich from killing everyone in Ooo. She gives Finn "The Gauntlet of the Hero Billy" as the weapon necessary to destroy him once and for all. The first part ends with Ice King, who decides to capture her until Finn and Jake give him their blessing to marry her, accidentally dropping the Princess into a fiery, green pit. She is soon melted into a pile of pink-brown goo.
The second part of the two-part finale, "Mortal Recoil," opens with Finn, Jake, Ice King, the Candy People, and other princesses going with her as she is rushed to the hospital. It is soon revealed that the spirit of The Lich possessed the princess earlier and eventually warps her into an eldritch abomination that nearly tears apart the Candy Kingdom. Finn realizes that his 'like like' of the Princess might not be enough to save her and the Kingdom, so he enlists the power of Ice King to immobilize her. Unfortunately, the frozen princess topples over and smashes to pieces. The doctors reassemble her, but lack all the necessary pieces, reducing her age to 13, the same age as Finn. According to Adam Muto, her body believed the amount of biomass to be that of an adolescent, and therefore turned into one.[6] When Ice King realizes she is now underage, he loses his interest in Princess Bubblegum.
However, when the Earl of Lemongrab comes to usurp her throne, she is forced to restore herself to her 18-year-old form with the contribution of biomass (candy) from the Candy People and a hug (and kiss) from Finn. After reverting to 18 in "Too Young," she jokingly acts as if the events of being 13 were "five years ago." [7][8]
Most recently, Princess Bubblegum told Finn "Don't be weird" when he tried to rest his head on her lap. The effect this will have on their relationship is unknown.
Episodes featuredEdit
Major appearancesEdit
Animated Short
Slumber Party Panic
The Enchiridion!
Ricardio the Heart Guy
The Duke
What Have You Done?
The Other Tarts
The Real You
Go With Me
Mortal Folly
Mortal Recoil
Too Young
Wizard Battle
What Was Missing
The Creeps
From Bad to Worse
Five Short Graybles
Minor appearancesEdit
Trouble in Lumpy Space
Dungeon
Power Animal
To Cut a Woman's Hair
Death in Bloom
Susan Strong
Video Makers
No One Can Hear You
Holly Jolly Secrets Part One
Holly Jolly Secrets Part Two
Incendium
MentionedEdit
Still
Apple Thief
Marceline's Closet
Hot to the Touch
TriviaEdit
Princess Bubblegum's birthday is June 18, the same as Natasha Allegri and former Beatle, Paul McCartney.
Her original name was Bettie, but Pendleton Ward changed it to Bonnibel because Bettie is his mother's name.[9]
Princess Bubblegum loves pink as stated in "The Real You."
In "To Cut a Woman's Hair," it is revealed that she loves spaghetti.
Princess Bubblegum's telephone looks as if it's made out of peppermint.
As seen in "Mortal Folly" and "The Creeps" Princess Bubblegum wears earrings, but does not appear to have ears.
Princess Bubblegum has a gender-swapped variant: Prince Gumball.
Princess Bubblegum has a bio suit in Project Exonaut.
In the Animated Short, the gem in her crown is red, but in the series, it is turquoise. In "Mortal Folly," it is revealed that the turquoise stone in Princess Bubblegum's crown protects her and whoever wears it from The Lich's powers.
The length of Princess Bubblegum's rule is questionable, since one year ago she wouldn't have been able to rule the Candy Kingdom. Andy Ristaino suggests she may not be as young as she appears.[10]
In "Video Makers" and "Mortal Folly," she is seen consuming other Candy People. According to Adam Muto, this is to replace lost candy biomass.[11]
In the episode "Susan Strong," when Finn and Jake are talking to Princess Bubblegum about chasing the Hyoomans away, a portrait of Princess Bubblegum and an old lady, possibly her grandmother, is in the top left corner of her room. In the same episode she mentions a great uncle named Uncle Gumbald, though it is not known if they are blood relatives.[12]
She has parental issues that are completely different from those of Finn or Marceline.[13]
Although candy people generally explode when scared, she has been scared and even terrified many times during the series and never blown up.
She has appeared in nearly 40.8% of Adventure Time episodes. This makes her the fourth most shown character, only defeated by Finn, Jake and the Snail.
She is the only known humanoid Candy Person.
She has kissed Finn in three episodes, excluding the Animated Short.
Finn is shown hanging out with Princess Bubblegum more than any other princess in Ooo.


The Ice King (formerly Simon Petrikov) is the main antagonist (often unintentionally) of Adventure Time. His typical misdeed is to kidnap a princess and force her to marry him, which Finn and Jake foil every time. As his name suggests, Ice King is also his title, announcing himself as King of Ice. He rules the Ice Kingdom. His Ice Powers are contained in his crown, and he is therefore powerless without it. His crown is also the cause of his loss of sanity, his unusual skin color, goblin-like nose, white eyes and beard.
Ice King is a short, blue, elderly man with unusually tiny fingers, pointy toes, and a long hooked nose. He wears a dark blue tunic and has a large beard that covers most of his body. Though the robe gives him the appearance of a larger man, Ice King's body is in fact exceptionally thin. Despite this, Ice King reveals that he is on a diet in "What Have You Done?" Ice King is rarely seen without his crown. Without it, he is powerless, and he is revealed to have a short length of white hair atop his head. The only time he has been seen in shoes was when he was working out before Slime Princess came to talk to him in "Loyalty to the King."
OriginEdit
A video depicting the creation of the Ice King.
Added by WikiaBotSometime before the Mushroom War, Ice King was a normal, olive-skinned, dark-haired, glasses-wearing human named Simon Petrikov studying to be an antiquarian, a specialist in the knowledge of ancient artifacts. He had a young fiancée named Betty, whom he referred to as his "princess" and loved dearly.
At some point in his career he purchased a strange jeweled crown from an old dock worker in Northern Scandinavia. After bringing the crown home, he put it on his head to make Betty laugh, but the crown caused him to black out and experience odd visions while turning his eyes white.
Petrikov had no recollection of what he had done while wearing the crown, though it was enough to frighten away his fiancée. Simon never heard or saw Betty ever again and began to record himself on VHS tape so people would know his story. As time passed, Petrikov would hear voices and continued having disturbing visions without even putting the crown on. His skin turned light blue, his nose became pointy and long, his hair turned white, grew a full beard and his body temperature dwindled to an unnatural low of 30°C. Despite being human, having a body temperature of 30°C, and being in a land covered by snow, Petrikov manages to survive.
This is perhaps what is meant when the crown ‘tells’ him that “the power of the crown will save [him] with its frost”. There are two theories to the significance of this and the snow in the background. The first is that there is a horrible winter (possibly ice age) starting where Petrikov lives and the crown saves his life. The second theory is that the crown's ice power allows him to survive the atomic fires to come; and that since the Ice King has the ability to conjure blizzard storm, the storm outside is actually being conjured by Petrikov unconsciously in his metamorphosis.
As his mind and body became further twisted by the crown, Simon thought himself "too far gone" to find an escape from its influence, though he hoped that he could one day regain his sanity enough so that Betty, his "princess," would come back and love him again.
As many years (likely centuries) rolled by, the effects of the crown, possibly encouraged by isolation, caused a disassociation from his original identity so complete that his only reaction to watching a video of his past was embarrassment at the idea of having once worn glasses. Another effect of the crown is forgetfulness because in "What Have You Done?," he responds to Jake accusing him of stealing the crown with "I didn't steal it, I made it, made it with the magic that I STOLE!"[3] However, Petrikov's influence may still remain in the Ice King's strange and desperate desire to marry a "Princess." Indeed, Ice King's original identity likely remains intact, buried in his subconscious by the influence of the crown.
He is no longer human, the power of the crown not only twisted his mind but his body as well. His species/race is now "Wizard" according to the writers.
In the Episode Mortal Recoil when PB was at a risk of dying, Ice king mentioned something about if she dies he would be lost in his own labyrinth of emotions like in "Holly Jolly Secrets Part II." (Finn cut off the rest of what he was going to say)
Personality Edit
Ice King is normally portrayed as disagreeable and short-tempered, but is more of a nuisance than an enemy. A genuinely lonely character, Ice King spends most of his time kidnapping and imprisoning the various princesses of Ooo, in hopes of someday marrying one. Due to his poor social skills and arrogant nature, Ice King is unable to woo any of his prisoners and learns to resort to a forced marriage instead of the loving relationship he craves. With no companions or friends aside from Gunter, his other penguin guards, and numerous ice creatures, Ice King expresses a continual zeal to spend time with anyone who will tolerate his company, especially his so-called "archenemies" Finn and Jake. In "The Eyes," he takes on the disguise of a horse to spy on Finn and Jake in an effort to learn how to be happy but fails that as well. He has been labeled a "sociopath" by the Cosmic Owl.
He is generally not liked by Finn and Jake, but in the episode, "When Wedding Bells Thaw," Finn and Jake become a little more accepting of him, evidenced when Finn says, "I'm kinda happy for him." In that same episode, Ice King asks Finn and Jake to throw him a "Manlorette Party." However, this acceptance soon wilts when Finn and Jake discover the Ice King's diabolical hypnosis of his would-be wife. In the episode "What Have You Done?," he calls Finn his "bosom" when they release him free from jail after Finn learns that Ice King had committed no recent crime. Although after Finn's "death," Ice King howls in pain for te

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n seconds, he subsequently drops his "corpse" to the ground, which Finn declares mean and cruel. Jake also states that he will clasp Finn for a "ka-jillion" years. In "Still," Finn and Jake declared that they and the Ice King are friends. Ice King writes fan fiction about Finn and Jake. (Fionna and Cake)
It seems that the Ice King will steal any adult female so long as she has the word "Princess" in her name. This is shown in "The Chamber of Frozen Blades," in which he steals Dr. Princess, even though "Princess" is merely her surname. His obsession with anyone titled Princess may be his old nickname for Betty twisted by the Ice Crown. Despite Ice King's more common antagonistic role, he plays the part of a protagonist in "Mortal Recoil," helping Finn and Jake to defeat Princess Bubblegum by freezing her Lich-possessed body; in the mini-episode, "Let's Work Together," he actually helps Finn and Jake regardless of the fact that Finn said to "sacrifice" himself, but unbeknownst of the fact that it also changed his face.
Ice King seems to only attack Finn and Jake upon provocation. Old age and visions of supernatural creatures, due to the effects of his Wizard Eyes, have made Ice King slightly insane (though the crazed visions that Ice King associates with his wizard eyes may truly be visions forced on him by his crown, and completely separate from his Wizard Eyes, or his Wizard Eyes could be how the crown manifests its visions upon him).
While Ice King comes off evil, doing mostly bad things like kidnapping Princesses, and stealing, it can be said that his behavior is because he is lonely, and desperate for companionship and attention. His crown has made him insane over the years, affecting his social skills, causing him to do bad things, yet friendship, and companionship is all he really wants, but just goes about it the wrong way.
Relations Edit
Finn and Jake Edit
Ice King has a mixed view on Finn and Jake. In earlier episodes, he would often be annoyed by them and occasionally get into fights with them, usually ending with a humiliating defeat on the Ice Kings part. He would also remain neutral to them and even try to avoid conflict with them, as shown in "The Eyes." He seems to agree on the fact that Jake is also an enemy to him at times. Ice King has difficulty keeping princesses in his castle without Finn attacking him and saving the them. This is one of the main reasons Ice King usually has negative feelings towards Finn and Jake. However, as of "Mortal Recoil," Ice King has a more positive reaction to them; in fact, they even seem to have a slight friendship.
Princess Bubblegum Edit
Ice King's biggest crush is on Princess Bubblegum, but it's unrequited love. Since Finn has a crush on Princess Bubblegum, this makes it even harder for Ice King to maintain any relationship that will last with her. It seems that he also captures her more then any other princess and enjoys being near her. In "Mortal Folly," he even tries to get her attention and marry her. However, after she temporarily turns thirteen, he is not interested in her.As of "What Have You Done?", Princess Bubblegum is completely willing to hurt the Ice King is forced to.
Abilities Edit
The Ice King and his Drum Set
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Main article: Ice Powers
When Ice King is wearing his magic crown, it gives him the power to control all forms of ice and snow. This includes, but is not limited to, throwing ice lightning, moving ice with telekinesis, creating living manifestations of ice, flash freezing his enemies, and the ability to onset wintry weather on cue. In "Thank You," The Ice King makes a full armor of ice and says that it is "invincible". However, Finn and Jake eventually chopped away the ice. In "What Have You Done?," it is revealed that the crown was infused with stolen magic.
His beard is apparently animated, operating much like a limb with partial shape-changing abilities, which he can wield in close combat. His beard also forms tiny wings that allow him to fly, although he must be wearing both his beard and crown to fly. Because of his quick temper and arguably slow wit, he isn't able to wield his powers as effectively as he should, but has proven himself capable of defeating Finn and Jake when amply provoked. However the Ice King’s inability to wield his powers effectively may be the product of his internal battle between the Ice Crown and Petrikov; meaning that the Ice King not wanting to hurt anyone is one of the few ways that he shows his remaining humanity.
Ice King can also play the drums, once demonstrating a drum solo, and owns two drum sets, one of which is a green one with "#1 Babe" across the front. The set consists of a bass drum, a floor tom, a snare, a crash cymbal, a ride cymbal and a hi-hat. His other drum set, a red one, is in terrible shape, and smashed to pieces in a corner of his castle. He can also play the keyboard fairly decently. The fact that he has so many instruments lying around his castle indicates that he has a fair amount of musical ability.
In "The Chamber of Frozen Blades," the Ice King is shown to have studied the Ice Ninja art of Fridjitzu.
Aside from his magic, Ice King owns a pair of nun-chucks that uses during the Wizard Battle to "cheat" as opposed to using his ice powers.
The strange things Ice King sees through his Wizard Eyes
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Main article: Wizard Eyes
Ice King also possesses a power known as "Wizard Eyes", which allow him to see certain things that normal people can't. However, it also causes him to constantly see strange, freaky creatures. He notably used this power in "Mortal Recoil" when he witnessed The Lich take over the melted body of Princess Bubblegum. These freaky creatures are caused by the lack of control the Ice King has over his wizard eyes.
Disguises Edit
"Nice" King
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Nice King Edit
Main article: Loyalty to the King
Nice King is the beardless alter ego of the Ice King, who appears in "Loyalty to the King." The reason for his existence was the Ice King's choosing to shave his beard, in hopes that it would make him more attractive to princesses after innumerable failed captures. When going out in public in his beardless form, a misinterpretation by Slime Princess when introducing himself ("a nice king," instead of "an ice king") ultimately leads to the princesses trying to court him. He also dubs Finn and Jake his loyal "Nice Knights," commanding them to interview his prospective princesses auditioning for a date
Ice King disguised as a horse
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Horse Edit
Main article: The Eyes
In "The Eyes," Ice King spies on Finn and Jake, disguised as a creepy horse. The horse has a very "un-horse-like" face with ever-staring eyes and a protruding tongue. Its vacuous expression leads Jake to suspect it has a case of "whacked-out poo brain." Finn and Jake try many things to get rid of him. When Finn finally kicks it, Ice King pops out of the inflatable horse costume. According to the Frederator Blog, the design for this horse was inspired by Kate Beaton's Hark! A Vagrant comics, which features a similar Fat Pony character.[4]
Quotes Edit
See Ice King/Quotes
Episodes featured Edit
Major appearances Edit
Prisoners of Love
Ricardio the Heart Guy
What is Life?
When Wedding Bells Thaw
What Have You Done?
The Eyes
Loyalty to the King
The Chamber of Frozen Blades
Mortal Folly
Mortal Recoil
Let's Work Together
Hitman
Still
Wizard Battle
Holly Jolly Secrets Part I
Holly Jolly Secrets Part II
Minor appearances Edit
Evicted!
It Came from the Nightosphere
Conquest of Cuteness
Fionna and Cake
Thank You
Five Short Graybles
Trivia Edit
Ice King has a tattoo of a penguin on his butt, as seen in the episode "Prisoners of Love" during his dream sequence.
His cut-out has Ricardio sticking out under the beard.
In the episode "When Wedding Bells Thaw" Ice King unintentionally marries Jake. However, their marriage was annulled soon after.
Ice King has a computer which he uses to play video games, as seen in "What is Life?" and to make rudimentary drawings of himself with princesses, seen in "The Chamber of Frozen Blades."
According to Natasha's formspring, the Ice King's species is Wizard.[5]
However, as seen in "Holly Jolly Secrets Part II", the Ice King is (or once was) human. This could mean that the crown not only warped the Ice King's mind, but made him inhuman.
As revealed on Adam Muto's formspring, one of the gems on Ice King's crown provides the same effects as the magic gems used by Princess Bubblegum, protecting him from The Lich's mind control effects.
The Ice King may not know that he is old or even how old he actually is, hinted in "Mortal Recoil," when he states, "I'm not old." He could also be in denial over his age.
According to Pen Ward's Formspring, Ice King's favorite videogame is Battle Babe, most likely the one he played in "What is Life?."
In "Mortal Folly" when Ice King tried to lift the latch on the on a window to get to see Princess Bubblegum, he used a small card that has the word Wizard printed on it.
In "Hitman," Ice King states that Lumpy Space Princess and Ghost Princess are his least favorite princesses. This is due to the fact that he cannot hold Ghost Princess with his "love mitts."
He sometimes falls asleep with his eyes open as seen in "Still."
According to Natasha Allegri, the Ice King thinks he's fat (in his imagination zone).[6]
It is possible that he might be ambidextrous because in "Hitman," he signs Scorcher's note with his right hand and the second time he signs it with his left hand.
Natasha Allegri has joked that Ice King's character is based off Pendleton Ward.[7]
It is possible that Ice King is actually based on the character "Winter Warlock" from the 1970s Christmas film "Santa Claus is Comin' to Town" due to striking similarities including his white beard, pointed teeth, long nose, and magical command over ice and snow.
As Simon Petrikov, a Scientific Parasite is visible in his coat pocket.[8]
The manipulative influence of Ice King's crown, its magical powers, and the fact that it gives its wearer unpleasant visions make it somewhat reminiscent of "The One Ring" from J.R.R. Tolkien's Lord of the Rings series.
In "What Have You Done?," Ice King states that he made his crown with the magic he stole, but in "Holly Jolly Secrets Part II," he bought the crown when he was human.
In "Holly Jolly Secrets Part II," it is revealed that Ice King wears a gold, circular locket with a picture of Finn and Jake inside.
The Ice King has apparently tried to kill Finn and Jake four times, stated by Jake in the episode "Still."
Ice King has a genderswapped version, Ice Queen.
The voice of Ice King, Tom Kenny, coincidentally voiced another blue skinned, white haired and bearded, pointy-nosed magic using villain on another Cartoon Network TV show: he was the voice of Mumbo Jumbo, aka The Amazing Mumbo, on the Teen Titans animated series.
Ice King is about the same age as Marceline.[9]
The Ice King loves filling his bathtub up with milk and sitting in it like he's a magic angel. This is revealed in a fast-forwarded portion of his diary in the episode "Holly Jolly Secrets Part 1."
As seen in "Mortal Folly", the Ice King isn't interested on capturing certain aged princess. However, It is how old a princess must be for the Ice King to be interested on her.
Appearances in other media The Mushroom War is the cause of the post-apocalyptic setting of the Land of Ooo. Not much is known about the war at the moment, but the inclusion of "Mushroom" in the title is probably referring to a mushroom cloud generated from a nuclear bomb. If so, then it is likely that the Land of Ooo and the creatures who inhabit it were created from the nuclear fallout that irradiated the land. This is further supported by the ruined pieces of modern technology scattered across the land, and the beginning of the opening theme (which briefly shows the remains of nuclear bombs and other weapons). It was confirmed by Pendleton Ward that Marceline and Ice King are survivors of the war due to their supernatural powers.[citation needed]
The first mention of the war in continuity was in "Video Makers," when Finn and Jake discover government copyright warnings before the movies they watch for their film club. Even though the civilizations that created these warnings would have been long gone by their time (and that films bought for home video usage generally are protected to be used for private usage only, which being held in a home would be considered as such), they decide to abide by them to avoid breaking the law.
Strangely, the Land of Ooo also contains technological devices that are far more advanced than what exists today, such as Universal Translators and Holographic Newspapers. It is unknown whether these are based on pre-war technology or are more recent inventions.
During full shots of the post-war earth, it is shown that a land mass similar to north and south america remain intact while the gigantic chunk of earth that is missing, was in the reigion of North Asia, which ironically, was the location of the country Russia. this suggests that the country was completely obliterated by nuclear weapons.
Evidence or clues of former civilizationEdit
In many episodes of Adventure Time, there are many hints or clues regarding the world and the civilization that existed prior to the Mushroom War, including as follows:
The first shot of the opening sequence
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Adventure Time Theme Song: An opening shot showing various weapons and technological debris, including grayed land and undetonated nuclear missiles lying around like a Russian SS-13 ICBM, and an arm reaching upward (most likely a zombie) in a tree trunk. There also appears to be the remains of a Tank tread in the center of the shot. The bashed up television is just another remnant from old Earth.
In the Animated Short when Finn is transported back in time to Mars, the world is shown full unlike the world shown above.
The Full World is shown in the right
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Tree Trunks (episode): Traffic signs, which have since somehow mutated into Sign Zombies. It is unknown how this has happened. The painting in Tree Trunks' house looks like it could be Egypt due to the triangular structures it shows that may be pyramids.
The Enchiridion (episode): When Finn and Jake first walk through the forest of Mount Cragdor, pieces of metal can be seen as they look for the sacred book. Some of the pieces at the top, right corner of the path may be sinks.
Business Time: Ancient artifacts frozen in icebergs, including computers, a bike, baby shoes and the Businessmen. When the Businessmen try to remember where they came from they seem to be in pain. Finn also uses a flamethrower built from two fuel tanks connected to a rifle by a tube. When the Businessmen, along with Finn and Jake, are shot up into the sky, they fall back down revealing the entire Land of Ooo. Ooo seems to be a large island, with open ocean surrounding it.
My Two Favorite People: When Finn and Lady Raincorn confront Jake and Tiffany, the bottoms of upturned cars can be seen in the ground. Jake also uses a military issue phone and headset.
The Witch's Garden (episode): The remains of a highway system and a plane's wing can be seen near Gary's nest; the River of Junk is essentially a river of mundane pre-war artifacts. Near the River of Junk, a car door can also be spotted close by.
Two dead people on the couch.
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Ocean of Fear: Underwater city ruins and vehicles appear, and a brief scene shows a damaged aircraft carrier and a stranded tank- an even briefer scene depicts two dead bodies on a couch in the remains of a pre-war living room. Finn and Jake also take to the depths in a submarine. You can also see the remaining tops of cars while they are floating over what might have been an ancient road. All this would seem to imply that sea levels have risen significantly since the war, which would also explain the world's altered Geography and the island-like nature of Ooo. There is also ruins of old pre-war buildings that can be seen when Jake tries to teach Finn to swim.
City of Thieves (episode): When Finn and Jake are in Penny's tent, a double barrel shotgun can be seen sitting among a pile of gold coins. In addition, the stolen chest of coin from the tower contains a cell phone in the bottom left corner.
What Is Life?: NEPTR is made from an old microwave, a device used by former civilizations from the past. Also, when Finn's looking for stuff to make NEPTR with, there is a bunch of other pre-war items.
His Hero: In Billy's cave, TVs, a bathtub, and other items can be seen lying around.
The Eyes: Jake plays Moonlight Sonata on his viola, which was written by Beethoven.
Storytelling: There are many remains of radios and debris scattered throughout a forest. The young bear is also spraying graffiti on what looks like an overgrown van.
Power Animal: A broken TV is seen beside the trunk of Finn and Jake's tree house when Jake walks up to the water girls.
The Other Tarts: Various boats and whale skeletons can be seen in the Desert of Doom, suggesting that it may have previously been a body of water.
The Silent King: The storyboard[1] for "The Silent King" contains the first time The Mushroom War is mentioned by name in the series, heard when Gummy is reading from the rule book. However, this line was cut from the actual episode. The overturned auto mobile that appears during the goblin riot also is another artifact from past civilizations.
The Real You: A shot of Earth appears, and a huge chunk of it is missing. The missing piece of Earth could have been a result of the Great Mushroom War.
Death in Bloom: Debris of civilization, including numerous police vehicles, in the Land of the Dead. There are also crashed UFOs, possible hinting technology when the apocalypse happened was very advanced, or aliens. (UFOs were seen in Her Parents as part of the Rainicorn-Dog Wars but it is unknown if it is from that, and in the episode, Mystery Train, a poster on a passenger car reads "Watch Out For UFOs") They also take an escalator down to the Entrance to the Underworld, and a TV is in the ground when they "sneak" past the entrance. Also, all the dead humans might have been killed by the war.
Susan Strong: The Hyoomen Tribe live in the ruins of an underground city. In the underground city, a car, a refrigerator, and some sort of submarines/huge ships can be noticed. In the storyboard, a warning reading "Biohazard Danger" appears on the hatch, although this was cut from the episode.[2] The inhabitants were possibly humans driven there during the war and later mutated. Also, in one brief scene, the camera pans over a pile of junk. Upon closer inspection, one can see what appears to be a robot/mech arm sticking out of the debris, suggesting that perhaps robots/mech were used during the Great Mushroom War. There is also what seems to be the front of a tank sticking out of the garbage when Finn and Jake first jump down the hatch. Looking even closer, you can see artificial UV lights strapped onto the pillars, suggesting that the underground city may be, in fact, an underground "bunker city" of sorts where the humans would survive while the war waged on above their heads.
Go With Me: The Drive-In Theater houses the remains of many aged cars.
Belly of the Beast: The remains of a damaged car rest in the throat of the monster as Finn and Jake return to confront the bears in the stomach.
Video Makers: Video cassettes feature movies such as Heat Signature that were made prior to the war. Jake even mentions the Mushroom War in the episode. Similar video cassettes and VHS tapes appear again as tapes of the Ice King's diary in the episode, Holly Jolly Secrets. The fact that Finn and Jake say they see the FBI warning on all the movies they "dig up" further explains past civilizations.
Mortal Folly: The base of The Lich's power is a disrepaired, ruined subway station with deserted trains and littered with human skeletons scattered on the floor as if they had been killed that very moment around the station. The Lich gets it powers from "Toxic Waste". Character designer Andy Ristaino has stated that these skeletons "were supposed to feel like they were east coast commuters ... all bundled up for winter."[3] Outside the station is what appears to be a nuclear missile. There are also ruins of buildings in the background.
Mortal Recoil: While it is unknown where they would get them, Jake implies that the Lich's "Well of Power", which he recreated in Princess Bubblegum's bathtub with various chemicals collected by Finn, is a vat of toxic waste left behind in his former lair. Also, when Finn is telling Jake what he was giving Possessed Princess Bubblegum he says Plutonium, which was used to make Nuclear bombs.
Heat Signature: The title card shows Finn and Jake standing on a tearing, fading billboard (Finn eating a sandwich and Jake spray-painting a picture of Lady Rainicorn) which stands in a destroyed urban background. In front of Marceline's Cave there is a defunct highway that acts like an awning. There are also the remains of an old car across from the cave entrance. Later, the ghosts take Finn and Jake to the top of what looks like a torn up skyscraper with a helicopter crashed on the roof. The skyscraper does have a helicopter "H" pad on top, and other tall buildings can be seen nearby.
Memory of a Memory: Many of Marceline's childhood memories appear to be around the ruined remains of civilization: she is seen as a little girl living in a ruined city with a derelict tank near her home, then later catches her father eating her fries at a destroyed diner. This could be the fallout of the Mushroom War, which could cause a continuity problem, or it could be wreckage from a previous military conflict that eventually escalated into the Mushroom War. In Marceline's memory of a little girl, the unknown city in the background can be seen on fire. Around Ash's house, there are many tires and other debris strewn about the area. There is also what appears to be a mobile home on the roof of his house, which has an aged tow truck balanced on top.
Hitman: Outside the Breakfast Kingdom is a desert with an abandoned railroad car near it, also a sewer pipe leaks out water for the moat around the castle.
The Monster: When Finn and Jake find the villagers, various metal tools are on the ground.
Wizard Battle: The arena for the battle seems to be a broken down football stadium. Also, when the sun sets, in the background, there can be city buildings and towers from modern times in the overgrowth of the forest.
Legends of Ooo: a game on cartoonnetwork.com, mentions the Mushroom War. If you click on the radio in Marceline's house, Jake states that, "They stopped making these before the great Mushroom War."
The Creeps: A portrait of what appears to be of New York City's silhouette.
Beautopia: Beautopia appears to be the ruins of a luxury resort, as seen in the title card. When Susan, Finn, and Jake arrive at Beautopia, it seems as if it was some sort of underground shopping mall or luxury resort due to signs left on the sides of buildings such as "Eat", "Sale", "Buy", and "Food". Also, the Lub Glubs appear to be evil creatures inside floaties that survived during the war. That, or the floaties mutated.
Thank You: Outside the home of the Snow Golem appears to be a snow covered bulldozer, which could possibly be an artifact from before the war. The house in which the Snow Golem lives could also be a remnant from before the war, as suggested by Tom Herpich's promo art for the episode, which depicts a family of humans (or humanoids) living in the house in a time before it was covered with snow.
The New Frontier : When Finn and Jake see a rocket built or found by Banana Man, Jake states that rockets haven't been re-invented yet when Finn is worried he might die. This (and the academic worms talking about Nietzsche's Übermensch, along with Jake's mention of Mozart and Beethoven) indicates that not all knowledge premushroom war is lost. There is also a limousine buried in the ground near the home of the Banana Man.
Holly Jolly Secrets Part I: The place where Ice King buried his suitcase full of tapes looks like an old junkyard. Next to Finn was a boat that had a harpoon on the front of it. It was probably used for whaling. A truck, a car, and a small plane also lie near the Ice King and Finn. When Finn and Jake are digging for the suitcase, a shoe is hanging from a tree branch and a TV is seen underground where the suit case was buried. In this hole is a skeleton with a green hat, possibly an elf, a gag assumed to be put in as a reference to its holiday air date. A trumpet is also seen tied to a tree branch above the Ice King.
Holly Jolly Secrets Part II: The last tapes played showed the Ice King as a human (Simon Petrikov). The Ice King's crown apparently turned him into what he is now, as seen in the videos. In the first clip Simon is seen in a photograph with a sniper in the background. Outside the window that Simon (the Ice King) is talking by, a city is seen, undamaged. Simon said he purchased the magic crown from a dock worker in Northern Scandinavia, a region of Europe. During his video, Simon states "the power of the crown will save him with its frost." He mentions that he does not know what this means, suggesting that the video might have been recorded right before the beginning of the war. (*A sudden snowstorm is seen to start up outside the window shown in the tapes that quickly blankets the city. This could possibly be an allusion to the onset of a nuclear winter, or the onset of the crown's powers, creating the Ice Kingdom around him.) This may mean that the Ice Kingdom is the city. Simon also mentions that his former fiance, Betty, left him due to his irrational behavior caused by the crown. It is also possible to see a map of the eastern part of the Americas behind Simon in the first part of the video.
Marceline's Closet: When Finn and Jake are playing Hide and Seek, ("Cloud Hunt ") Finn sings a song that goes "Over the mountain the ominous cloud, coming to cover the land in a shroud, Hide in a bushel, a basement, or cave, but when the Cloud comes a' hunting, no one is safe!", maybe referring to mushroom clouds or nuclear fallout created by nuclear bombs in the Great Mushroom War. (or the fog of biological weapons, which could also help explain the very sparse numbers of humans) While they are hiding in Marceline's closet, the Spider that lives in Marceline's wall looks like it has many eyes, big fangs, and somewhat radioactive.
Paper Pete: At the end of the episode when Finn and Jake are walking away from the library, one can see buildings rising from the ground surrounding the library. The library itself seems to be made before the Mushroom War, too.
Ghost Princess: The Cemetery looks like it was made before the Mushroom War, and has a lot of modern-day objects in it. Multiple cars and a passenger train car can be noticed in the Cemetery. The Squeez-E-Mart appears like a convenience store of the former civilization formerly run on wind turbines and solar panels that have since become derelict.

Five Short Graybles: In the study of the Story Teller is a holographic "globe" of Earth (similar to the globe of Earth usually used in study images), with a massive gash over a corner of the world just like Earth's depiction in The Real You.
Legends of Ooo: In The Forest where the Bear is found, one can see a car that says "Wash Me."
TimelineEdit
We know that Marceline is 1000 years old, but was born before the Great Mushroom War (as she is a child like vampire in memory of a memory) however, we also know that the Ice King is 1000 years old, and was alive before the great mushroom war. Considering he seems to be somewhere between 20-50 in the tapes from Holly Jolly Secrets, we can presume, using these estimations that the mushroom war occurred about 950 years before the episodes are staged.
It is unknown just when the Mushroom War took place. In the episode "Her Parents," it is stated that the Rainicorn-Dog Wars took place over "thousands of years." However, this does not prove when the Great Mushroom War happened, since the Mushroom War went on in the land that is now Ooo, but the Rainicorn-Dog Wars took place in the Crystal Dimension. Or alternatively Jake may have exaggerated for drama's sake and simply meant "a very long time" when he said that. In the same episode, Lady Rainicorn's father, Bob Rainicorn, says that he thought humans were extinct.
In "Memory of a Memory," Marceline appears as a young girl in a post-apocalyptic environment. In this scene, a burning city in the background suggests the Mushroom War occurred fairly recently, although plants growing in the wreckage of a house could suggest some time has passed since the calamity happened, but it has also been noted in nuclear testing and usage (e.g., Hiroshima) that the radiation encourages plant growth, and days after nuclear bombing occurs plants and flowers start to grow like weeds. Because Marceline has been confirmed to be approximately 1000 years old, this could mean that the Mushroom War took place just under 1000 years before the events of the series. It has been said that the present in Ooo takes place one thousand years in the future.
It could have happened sometime further in the future than the "present day" that the series is airing, i.e. much later than the early 21st century, considering the relics of more advanced technnology they sometimes find.
In "Holly Jolly Secrets Part Two," BMO puts on the last tape which shows Ice King as a young human, who tells the video diary about his fiancé Betty and a crown he wore that tells him secrets (Ice King's Crown). Throughout the video, he is shown looking more and more like Ice King. The early part of his video diary as a human show him living in what appears to be human civilization, either before or during the war. It is seen through the window that the city is suddenly covered in ice, possibly an the onset of a nuclear winter. This could possibly be the beginning of the Ice Kingdom. It could be determined that Ice King is at least as old as Marceline if both survived the war or humans where transformed into mutants
Xergiok is a goblin king that is a jerk to the citizens of his kingdom. He always spanks them for his own pleasure and treats them like slaves, which leads them to become more subservient and filled with fear. Finn and Jake defeat Xergiok, driving him out of his kingdom. Later, he returns to take back his kingdom, but is defeated again when Finn and Jake defeat his Earclops army with loud sounds and one falls on him. He escapes and fires fireballs at Finn and Jake, but one of his own fireballs hits him, knocking him out. Finn picked up his magic wand and ate it. Xergiok was not killed; after his defeat, he fled.[1]
He has light-green skin, deformed head, pink colored eyes, pointy ears and, making the main difference between him and the rest of the goblins, a nose upwards with three points. He also appears to be physically strong, due his large chest and bulky legs, but his arms are very thin, compared with the rest of the body. As king he wears a gold tiara crown with three red leaves, better clothes (compared with the rest of the goblins), and a lot of diamond decorations over the body, including ears, arms and teeth.
Xergiok had a magic wand that allows him to shoot fireballs, fly, and teleport himself by crossing his arms.

The Lord of Evil (A.K.A Marceline's dad, as referred to by Finn) is, according to writer Adam Muto, more of a demonic creature than a vampire.[1]

In "It Came from the Nightosphere," he is freed from the Nightosphere by Finn, who believed that Marceline and her father should be together. Marceline's father initially shared a shaky parent-to-teen relationship with Marceline that involved an evil rampage through Ooo, sucking the souls of many creatures such as the Fuzzy Friends, the Marauders, Hot Dog Princess, numerous ants, most of the penguins in the Ice Kingdom, and some Tree People. Marceline's father is ultimately defeated by Finn, who released all of the captured souls ( plus lumpy space princes who saw hot dog princes get sucked in and thought it was a party or something stating "if i'm not invited i was all what the lump so i'm crashng this party" and sealed the deathless being back into the Nightosphere. Marceline's father managed to reaffirm his love for Marceline just before leaving. He probably has not been out of the Nightosphere for some time because when he finds out that Marceline turned the family axe into a guitar he asks, "Did you turn it into some kind of a lute?" (A lute is a precursor to the guitar, dating back to the Middle Ages.)
He appears briefly in "Memory of a Memory," in which he is seen eating his daughter's fries (which he later says were cold in the episode It Came From The Nightosphere), the incident that caused a rift in their relationship and led to Marceline writing her "Fry Song."
Contents
1 Personality
2 Appearance
3 Abilities
4 Relationships
4.1 Marceline
4.2 Finn
4.3 Gunter
4.4 Ice King
5 Episode appearances
5.1 Major
5.2 Minor
6 Quotes
7 Trivia
8 Gallery
9 References

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Contents
1 Personality
2 Appearance
3 Abilities
4 Relationships
4.1 Marceline
4.2 Finn
4.3 Gunter
4.4 Ice King
5 Episode appearances
5.1 Major
5.2 Minor
6 Quotes
7 Trivia
8 Gallery
9 References

PersonalityEdit
He claims to be "completely evil" and is shown to be extremely rational, as well as cold and calculating. He also shows care for things he deems evil; on the animatic, it shows that he is commenting and observing how Gunter is the "...most evil thing [he has] encountered" and apparently asking for Gunter's minionship before Gunter hits him in the face. Gunter, the Ice King, Jake (because he was in Finn's shirt pocket), and Finn were the only souls that were spared during his rampage. However, he is not completely emotionless, as he is apparently moved by hearing his daughter's song. He also confirmed that he loves Marceline, and that he was deeply sorry he ate her fries, never meaning to hurt her. He also seems to have a sense of humor in which he threatens the Marauders in the form of a joke and plays along with their leader's response, calling himself their "Mama." He also is heard singing a song about "Sucking up souls" and "Steppin' on ants."
"I'm stealing your soul"
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AppearanceEdit
He is first shown exiting the Nightosphere as a mass of tentacles, eyeballs, intestines, and various other like appendages but seems to prefer a big, blue-skinned humanoid with pointed ears, fangs, demonic eyes, and a dark business suit for his form while in Ooo. His movements are occasionally jerky and unnatural, moving with what appears to be additional or especially stiff but flexible joints. He has the ability to shapeshift, like his daughter, and has been seen with a second, monstrous head with a vertical mouth that usually hides inside his normal mouth (most likely part of his true form). Though when he transforms into a large monster this monster head emerges and replaces his normal head. He wears a pair of red boots just like Marceline.
AbilitiesEdit
Marceline's father is "deathless," apparently meaning that he is immortal. He is capable of stealing souls, shapeshifting, regenerating, and growing to tremendous sizes. He is very strong and flexible so his body can bend many ways making him extremely good at fighting. An example of this is his ability to swing his leg behind his head, kicking people in the face who try to attack him from behind; he calls it Karate Kick.
RelationshipsEdit
MarcelineEdit
The Lord Of Evil is Marceline's father, though it is not explicitly stated whether he is her biological father or the being who turned her into a vampire. For some time, Marceline loved her father. Marceline became upset when he ate her fries, and feels that he doesn't care about her. He would eventually be imprisoned in the Nightosphere and Marceline wouldn't talk to him until the episode "It Came from the Nightosphere."
After coming out of the Nightosphere, he had an argument with her after taking her Axe-Bass away. Eventually, he realized Marceline's feelings toward him when he listened to the song about their relationship. Toward the end of the episode, they had a talk which fixed the problems between them, but was interrupted when Finn sent him back to the Nightosphere.
FinnEdit
Finn freed Marceline's father from the Nightosphere so that Marceline could have closure with him. The Lord of Evil was under the impression that Finn was Marceline's "evil servant" but, upon learning that Finn is "super good," quickly attempted to steal Finn's soul. The Lord of Evil then took Marceline's guitar and, using it as a battle axe, stole souls throughout the Land of Ooo. When Marceline's father came to his senses, Finn was able to lock him back in the Nightosphere.
GunterEdit
When he confronted Gunter, Marceline's father said Gunter was the most evil thing he had ever encountered. They had an argument and Marceline's father tried to steal Gunter's soul. However, Gunter slapped him in the face and Marceline's father decide not to suck Gunter's soul.
Ice KingEdit
When the Ice King was looking for who told Gunter he could fly, he confronted the Lord of Evil. He scared the Ice King with his monstrous form, causing the Ice King to soil himself and fly away.
Episode appearancesEdit
MajorEdit
It Came from the Nightosphere
Return to the Nightosphere
MinorEdit
Memory of a Memory
QuotesEdit
See Marceline's father/Quotes
TriviaEdit
Marceline and her father are voiced by Olivia Olson and Martin Olson, who are actual father and daughter in real life. Martin Olson is also a writer who was staff writer for Penn and Teller, Rocko's Modern Life, Camp Lazlo, and Phineas and Ferb.[2] He wears the same red boots as Marceline did in "Evicted!."
He is the boss in the game Sound Castle 2. Once you defeat him, you get a badge for doing so.
In "Memory of a Memory," his suit is more purple than in "It Came from the Nightosphere," where it is darker with dark purple lines.
In "It Came from the Nightosphere," at the moment when he was sucking out Finn's soul, you can see a little bit of his "monster form" head at the back of his throat.
It is possible that he may also appear in the Season 4 episode Daddy's Little Monster as Return to the Nightosphere is said to be a two part episode, and Daddy's Little Monster is the next episode after that and it's title reflects his and Marceline's relationship.
The Lord of Evil (A.K.A Marceline's dad, as referred to by Finn) is, according to writer Adam Muto, more of a demonic creature than a vampire.[1]

In "It Came from the Nightosphere," he is freed from the Nightosphere by Finn, who believed that Marceline and her father should be together. Marceline's father initially shared a shaky parent-to-teen relationship with Marceline that involved an evil rampage through Ooo, sucking the souls of many creatures such as the Fuzzy Friends, the Marauders, Hot Dog Princess, numerous ants, most of the penguins in the Ice Kingdom, and some Tree People. Marceline's father is ultimately defeated by Finn, who released all of the captured souls ( plus lumpy space princes who saw hot dog princes get sucked in and thought it was a party or something stating "if i'm not invited i was all what the lump so i'm crashng this party" and sealed the deathless being back into the Nightosphere. Marceline's father managed to reaffirm his love for Marceline just before leaving. He probably has not been out of the Nightosphere for some time because when he finds out that Marceline turned the family axe into a guitar he asks, "Did you turn it into some kind of a lute?" (A lute is a precursor to the guitar, dating back to the Middle Ages.)
He appears briefly in "Memory of a Memory," in which he is seen eating his daughter's fries (which he later says were cold in the episode It Came From The Nightosphere), the incident that caused a rift in their relationship and led to Marceline writing her "Fry Song."
Contents
1 Personality
2 Appearance
3 Abilities
4 Relationships
4.1 Marceline
4.2 Finn
4.3 Gunter
4.4 Ice King
5 Episode appearances
5.1 Major
5.2 Minor
6 Quotes
7 Trivia
8 Gallery
9 References

PersonalityEdit
He claims to be "completely evil" and is shown to be extremely rational, as well as cold and calculating. He also shows care for things he deems evil; on the animatic, it shows that he is commenting and observing how Gunter is the "...most evil thing [he has] encountered" and apparently asking for Gunter's minionship before Gunter hits him in the face. Gunter, the Ice King, Jake (because he was in Finn's shirt pocket), and Finn were the only souls that were spared during his rampage. However, he is not completely emotionless, as he is apparently moved by hearing his daughter's song. He also confirmed that he loves Marceline, and that he was deeply sorry he ate her fries, never meaning to hurt her. He also seems to have a sense of humor in which he threatens the Marauders in the form of a joke and plays along with their leader's response, calling himself their "Mama." He also is heard singing a song about "Sucking up souls" and "Steppin' on ants."
"I'm stealing your soul"
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AppearanceEdit
He is first shown exiting the Nightosphere as a mass of tentacles, eyeballs, intestines, and various other like appendages but seems to prefer a big, blue-skinned humanoid with pointed ears, fangs, demonic eyes, and a dark business suit for his form while in Ooo. His movements are occasionally jerky and unnatural, moving with what appears to be additional or especially stiff but flexible joints. He has the ability to shapeshift, like his daughter, and has been seen with a second, monstrous head with a vertical mouth that usually hides inside his normal mouth (most likely part of his true form). Though when he transforms into a large monster this monster head emerges and replaces his normal head. He wears a pair of red boots just like Marceline.
AbilitiesEdit
Marceline's father is "deathless," apparently meaning that he is immortal. He is capable of stealing souls, shapeshifting, regenerating, and growing to tremendous sizes. He is very strong and flexible so his body can bend many ways making him extremely good at fighting. An example of this is his ability to swing his leg behind his head, kicking people in the face who try to attack him from behind; he calls it Karate Kick.
RelationshipsEdit
MarcelineEdit
The Lord Of Evil is Marceline's father, though it is not explicitly stated whether he is her biological father or the being who turned her into a vampire. For some time, Marceline loved her father. Marceline became upset when he ate her fries, and feels that he doesn't care about her. He would eventually be imprisoned in the Nightosphere and Marceline wouldn't talk to him until the episode "It Came from the Nightosphere."
After coming out of the Nightosphere, he had an argument with her after taking her Axe-Bass away. Eventually, he realized Marceline's feelings toward him when he listened to the song about their relationship. Toward the end of the episode, they had a talk which fixed the problems between them, but was interrupted when Finn sent him back to the Nightosphere.
FinnEdit
Finn freed Marceline's father from the Nightosphere so that Marceline could have closure with him. The Lord of Evil was under the impression that Finn was Marceline's "evil servant" but, upon learning that Finn is "super good," quickly attempted to steal Finn's soul. The Lord of Evil then took Marceline's guitar and, using it as a battle axe, stole souls throughout the Land of Ooo. When Marceline's father came to his senses, Finn was able to lock him back in the Nightosphere.
GunterEdit
When he confronted Gunter, Marceline's father said Gunter was the most evil thing he had ever encountered. They had an argument and Marceline's father tried to steal Gunter's soul. However, Gunter slapped him in the face and Marceline's father decide not to suck Gunter's soul.
Ice KingEdit
When the Ice King was looking for who told Gunter he could fly, he confronted the Lord of Evil. He scared the Ice King with his monstrous form, causing the Ice King to soil himself and fly away.
Episode appearancesEdit
MajorEdit
It Came from the Nightosphere
Return to the Nightosphere
MinorEdit
Memory of a Memory
QuotesEdit
See Marceline's father/Quotes
TriviaEdit
Marceline and her father are voiced by Olivia Olson and Martin Olson, who are actual father and daughter in real life. Martin Olson is also a writer who was staff writer for Penn and Teller, Rocko's Modern Life, Camp Lazlo, and Phineas and Ferb.[2] He wears the same red boots as Marceline did in "Evicted!."
He is the boss in the game Sound Castle 2. Once you defeat him, you get a badge for doing so.
In "Memory of a Memory," his suit is more purple than in "It Came from the Nightosphere," where it is darker with dark purple lines.
In "It Came from the Nightosphere," at the moment when he was sucking out Finn's soul, you can see a little bit of his "monster form" head at the back of his throat.
It is possible that he may also appear in the Season 4 episode Daddy's Little Monster as Return to the Nightosphere is said to be a two part episode, and Daddy's Little Monster is the next episode after that and it's title reflects his and Marceline's relationship.
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