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Stonekeeper: We're taking him back to the cave where you found him. Migo: But, I didn't find him in a cave! Stonekeeper: But you said you did. So, they believe you. You've done a good thing, Migo.
~ Stonekeeper revealing his intentions to lock Percy in a cave to freeze to death.
Well said, Migo. That's the truth.
Stonekeeper: Tell everyone you were lying about the small foot. Migo: But they've already seen it. Then they're not gonna believe me. Stonekeeper: You'd be surprised at what they'll believe. You think Knowledge is power Migo? Question is... what are you gonna do with that power?
~ Stonekeeper manipulating Migo to lie to the other Yetis.
Stonekeeper is the main antagonist of Warner Bros.'s fifth animated film Smallfoot. He is the Chief of the Yetis village and the father of Meechee and Thorp.
He was voiced by Common, who also played Mr. Price in Run All Night, Cassian in John Wick 2, Monster T in Suicide Squad, and Kiburi in Disney's The Lion Guard.
When Migo came to his village in panic and told them about seeing an Smallfoot (Human), his village was about to panic, but The Stonekeeper told them that Migo didn't see anything, Meechee was not convince and tried to reason her father, but he then tell his village that Migo might have see a Yak and not a human. Which he tell Migo that the stones of truth tell that The Smallfoot never existed, he tell him if he denied the stone of truth, Migo tell him that he does denied them, which resulted him to his banishment as The Stonekeeper told him if he came back to his sense he might be welcome back to The Yetis Village.
When he see Migo, his daughter Meechee and their friends enter the village, he tell Migo if he learn about his banishment hoping that he forget about seeing an Smallfoot, unfortunately Migo show that he was right about The Smallfoot when he show Percy The Stonekeeper was shock that his village was more interested in Percy. Meechee then tried to convince her father to talk to Migo, which he agree on after sending Thorp to tell Migo that he want to see him, he then bring Migo under the mountain and tell him threw a song (Let It Lie) how long ago they lived down the mountain before and approached the humans who mercilessly chased them and killed some of them in the process trying to prove that all human are the same.
Percy then feeling ill and Migo then lies to his people much to The Stonekeeper pleasure and he punished Meechee by sending her in her room, he then place Percy in a box, so he can get even more cold and sick, when he see Migo in Meechee room after Dogle shot him there they both realized that Meechee decide to take Percy back home. Realizing his errors, The Stonekeeper then decide to go save them after they are attacked by an helicopter by throwing his stones at it, after everyone is save after Percy sacrifice himself after disguised himself as a Yeti, he let Migo show the village why he lie to them, Migo then show them the world down the mountain and all Yetis decide to follow Migo to the town, the police then come to protect the citizens, but Percy and Brenda protect the Yetis and the other humans does the same to the police's confusion and shock, has they welcome the Yetis to their town proving that some humans will protect them.
Let it Lie - Common (SMALLFOOT SOUNDTRACK)-2
Although he is the main antagonist of the movie, the Stonekeeper is actually not evil, as he is merely doing what he can to protect his village from harm. However, he could be considered evil because of him lying to the other yetis that their home is just an island floating on a sea of clouds, which is proven false when it's revealed the clouds are steam and their "island" is the tip of a very tall mountain.
Even then, he is just saying this to protect his people from humans, who have attacked people in the past before with guns and spears, and thus is not doing any true harm to his subjects. He even points out later on in the movie that "the stones (the outfit he wears on his fur are stones that say the laws of the village) are here to protect us", thus indicating he was just keeping the other yetis safe and did not intend to lie to them at all.
The Stonekeeper is the second voice-over role for rapper Common, after Seymour (replacing Fat Joe) in Happy Feet Two. Coincidentally, both animated movies are musicals and are distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures.
When the Stonekeeper tells Migo that if Meechee gets too curious of the human Percy Patterson's lifestyle, he says, "curiosity killed the yak", which is a parody of the saying "curiosity killed the cat". As yaks are what's commonly found on mountaintops, this parody is very fitting.
The Stonekeeper is the first Warner Animation Group antagonist (or at least partially an evil character) to reform. The second is Terrance Mendoza from Tom & Jerry, released three years later.