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Tuesday's Seven Grotesques are the secondary villains in Grim Tuesday.

The seven servants of Grim Tuesday were formerly his Dawn, Noon, and Dusk, but he used his Key and copious amounts of Nothing to reshape them to his will. This was so that he could have more servants as the Far Reaches were becoming too big to be policed by his original three. They have less power than the other servants of the Morrow Days, and express a wish to be rid of the form that they have.

Their names were, in order of precedence, Yan, Tan, Tethera, Methera, Pits, Azer, and Sethera (a reference to pre-industrial Scottish sheep-counting methods, which essentially makes their names One, Two, Three, etc.). They had the power to remove memory and kill with their breath. They also, according to the Atlas, had poison spurs on their thumbs.

At the end of Grim Tuesday, Superior Saturday's Dusk stabbed Yan; because all the Grotesques were linked, all seven died.


           The Keys to the Kingdom Villains

Seven Morrow Days
Mister Monday | Grim Tuesday | Drowned Wednesday | Sir Thursday | Lady Friday | Superior Saturday | Lord Sunday

Dawn, Noon and Dusk
Monday's Noon | Monday's Dawn | Tuesday's Seven Grotesques | Saturday's Dusk | Saturday's Noon | Friday's Noon | Friday's Dusk | Seeder & Grower | Reaper

Fetchers | Bibliophages | Scouchers | Sunday's insects | Skinless Boy | Grannow-Hoinch | Gore-Draken

Mister Weightman | Sneezer | Captain Elishar Feverfew | Pravuil | Colonel Trabizond Nage | The Piper | Dame Primus | The Fourth Part of the Will | The Seventh Part of the Will

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