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Burly, Blabberwort and Bluebell
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Bluebell, Blabberwort and Burly

Race:

Troll

Gender:

Male (Burly, Bluebell)
Female (Blabberwort)

Family:

Relish (father, deceased)

Affiliation:

Third Kingdom
Fourth Kingdom
Christine White
The Huntsman

Enemies:

Virginia Lewis
Tony Lewis

→ see also main articles Burly, Blabberwort and Bluebell
Burly, Blabberwort and Bluebell are the children of Relish The Troll King. Often in trouble for allowing prisoners to escape due to their simple-mindedness and obsessive nature of leather. Hired by the Queen to track down Prince Wendell in dog form. Always together in their quests and usually find a way to mess it up.

Usually the siblings appear together in the series. During there stay in the Tenth Kingdom, they discover there obsession for the song Night Fever, performed by the Australian band The Bee Gees. Temporarily they get transformed into the gold sculpture Frozen Rage by Tony's clumbsiness.

Early Life[]

Not much is known about the early life of the siblings. Due to the book, Burly is the oldest of the three siblings. Blabberwort is younger than Burly, but older, than Bluebell. Relish tried to teach them something. But there intelligence lagged far behind that of there father. Also about there mother little is known. At most, that Blabberwort and Bluebell have the same skin color like she. The siblings often get into trouble, for which they get imprisoned at Snow White Memorial Prison time and time again.

Summary[]

Snow White Memorial Prison[]

Tenth Kingdom[]

Kidnapping Virginia[]

Hunt for Virginia and Wolf[]

Frozen Rage[]

Dragon Mountain[]

Cooperation with the Huntsman[]

Wendells coronation[]

Legacy[]

According to the book Burly, Blabberwort and Bluebell are supposed to be beheaded, because they have tried to kill Prince Wendell. Through Tony's commitment for the three siblings, they are only expelled from the Fourth Kingdom to establish a new leadership in their own kingdom after their father's death.

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