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|“||I’m sorry, but I can’t let you ridicule my society. Nobody will find out that this Sasquatch every existed, and nobody will say your name ever again!||„|
|~ Piggot revealing his true colors to Frost.|
Lord Piggot-Dunceby is the main antagonist of Laika’s 5th full-length animated feature film The Missing Link. He is the leader of the Society of Great Men and Lionel Frost's rival.
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Lord Piggot appears as the leader of the society of other men and Frost’s rival. Frost receives a letter, acknowledging the appearance of a Sasquatch, making a deal with Piggot-Dunecby that would allow him to join to society if he proved the creature is real. Once Frost begins to travel, Piggot hires a bounty hunter named Willard Stenk to kill the Link and Frost, ensuring that he never ridicules his society with his continuous searches. Stenk spies Frost and the Link in their trip to the Yeti Temple. Once they arrive and come in, Piggot, his assistant and Stenk are waiting outside of the temple. Once they come out of the temple, Piggot-Dunecby reveals his true colors to Frost and the Link. He attemptes to kill the Link, but Frost challenges him that he will also have to be killed with the Link. Piggot takes the gun and starts to break the ice bridge, making it all crack, Frost and Link are able to escape, but Piggot and his henchmen fall to their deaths.
- He serves as an antithesis to Sir Frost as they both have somewhat similar personalities but both are handled differently. Frost starts out as prideful and selfish, wanting only to join Piggot-Dunceby’s club to prove himself as a great man, but has redeeming qualities like the fact that he’s a man of his word as goes out of his way to get the Missing Link to the Himalayas to be with his cousins. Piggot-Dunceby, on the other hand, maintains his prideful nature and proves to lack redeeming qualities and is also shown to be underhanded and deceitful as he takes measures to make sure he wins his bet with Sir Lionel Frost rather than seeing him fail on his own.