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The Guardians of Eternal Youth are a group of babies that guard and give the ability of eternal youth. Skips worships them so he could not die.

Their leader was voiced by David Kaye while the rest were voiced by Robin Atkin Downes, Roger L. Jackson (episode "Free Cake" only), J.G. Quintel ("Skips' Story" only) and Troy Baker ("Skips' Story" only).

Description

The Guardians of Eternal Youth are five big chubby babies with deep voices that granted Skips eternal youth. They are only shown during Free Cake and Fists of Justice (also during Brain Eraser and individually during Skips Strikes).

They demand that Skips needs to perform a ritual on his birthday to retain eternal youth, and they try to take it away from him when Rigby interrupts Skips during the ritual.

They apparently love cake (especially chocolate), since they restored Skips' eternal youth in exchange for cake (which they rubbed on themselves, much to Rigby's dismay). The leader appeared in Skips Strikes as a member of the Magical Elements.

They call Skips to fight Klordbane the Destroyer, their evil brother. However, because Skips broke his hands, Mordecai and Rigby have to maneuver the fists; they are able to defeat Klordbane. The Guardians say they will give anything to Mordecai and Rigby because of the victory, and Mordecai and Rigby spent it on moving the harpsichord.

The Guardians of Eternal Youth's Belongings

The Guardians of Eternal Youth's Realm (The area they live in.)

Trivia

  • Their clothes are much like the Time Lords in the show Doctor Who.
  • They appear four times in the series; first in Free Cake, again in Brain Eraser in as one of the pictures from Mordecai's eyes, Skips Strikes and finally in Fists of Justice.
  • When the leader appears in the episode Skips Strikes, "GB" is shown on the scoreboard for bowling, which would be the leader's initials due to the other names being up there. "GB" may mean "Giant Baby".
  • In the episode "Fists of Justice", one of them dies by getting stabbed in the chest by Klordbane the Destroyer. It is unknown if that Guardian will return.
  • Since the death of Archibald, there are only four Guardians left. It is also known that the Guardian that died is named Archibald as Klorgbane said, "Hello, Archibald".

Navigation

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Television
Anti-Pops | Internet | Gene | Benson Dunwoody | Rigby | Muscle Man | Thomas/Nikolai | Moon Monster | Destroyer of Worlds | Coffee Bean and Translator | Gary | Guardians of Eternal Youth | Talking Hot Dogs | Unicorns | Master Prank Caller | Future Mordecai and Rigby | British Taxi | Peeps | Iacedrom and Ygbir | Garrett Bobby Ferguson | The Hammer | Party Pete | Summertime Song | Susan | Mr. Maellard | Game Store Manager | Starla Gutsmandottir | Doug Shlibowski | Ybgir | Zombies | Howard Fightington | Death | Night Owl | Duck Collector | Warden of the Internet | Were-Skunk | Blond Men | Percy | Skull Punch | Halloween Wizard | Stag-Man | Broseph Chillaxton | No Rules Man | Blitz Comet | Warlock | The Urge | Klorgbane the Destroyer | Death's Wife | Buttonwillow McButtonwillow | Death Bear | Capicola Gang | Past Mordecai | Garrett Bobby Ferguson Jr. | Army of the Underworld | Promise Pie | Hector | Quillgin | Geese | Mitsuru Shinehara | Cool Cubed and Translator | Frank Jones | Ancient Order of the VHS | Johnny Allenwrench | Scarecrow | Jebediah Townhouse | Silver Dude | Dale Deseeko | Richard Buckner | Cop | Matchmaker McIntyre | David | Happy Birthday | Racki the Wishmaker | Natalia | Dr. Dome | Milk People | Rich Steve | Steve's Army | Ziggy the Garbage King | Anti-Pops' Minions

Movie
Mr. Ross | Future Mordecai

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