|Residence||Unknown forest near a volcanic region|
|Eyes||Pale, light grayish olive|
|Scales||Moderate red with with a Pale, light grayish gold underbelly and Light amber wings|
|Voice||Vincent Tong (English)|
Piotr Bajtlik (Polish)
Garble is a maroon teenage male dragon. He first appears in Dragon Quest, and is apparently the leader of the gang that Spike encounters. His name is not mentioned in the show, but it's in the script of the episode.
AppearanceEditGarble is a tall, adolescent dragon, with dull maroon scales. He has pinkish freckles and yellow spikes which end in a webbed crest on his head similar to those on the helmets of Princess Luna's guards. His eyes are yellow with purple pupils, and he has yellow, slightly torn wings.
Depiction in the seriesEditHe appears as the main antagonist of Dragon Quest and is first seen fighting another dragon. As Spike confronts the gang, they start mocking him for being such a young dragon. Garble challenges Spike to a belching contest to prove he is not pathetic, but he ends up coughing a letter from Princess Celestia, and Garble throws it in the lava.
He then challenges Spike to tail wrestling. He wrestles "Crackle’s Cousin", who is really Twilight, Rainbow Dash, and Rarity in disguise. Garble declares Spike the winner after their "wrestle", and he begins to take back his mocks at Spike and calls him a "real dragon". When Spike starts acting cocky, Garble chooses another dragon for Spike, one of which has an enormous and dangerous tail. Spike gets thrown to the wall and loses.
Afterwards, he challenges Spike to a game of "King of the Hoard", where he must knock Garble and other dragons off a pile of gems to be on the top. Other dragons fight their way up to the top too, but Garble throws each off to keep his place. Spike accidentally pushes Garble over, and he falls off the pile. Spike, after declaring himself the winner, falls off the pile and Garble calls it another fail.
Garble challenges Spike and the other dragons to one last game: Lava Cannonball. He announces that whoever makes the biggest splash is the ultimate dragon. He dives first, followed by more dragons. Garble torments Spike for being too afraid to jump off, but he ultimately does. Spike makes a belly flop onto the lava and impresses Garble and the other dragons for living through the belly flop, calling him a "tough little dragon".For his effort, Garble dubs Spike "rookie dragon", and he accepts him as one of their own. He gives Spike a noogie as an initiation ritual, and has a party to celebrate Spike’s addition to their horde. Garble says Spike should stay, and learn what he can do as a dragon that he couldn’t do in Ponyville.
Garble offers Spike to go on a dragon raid, where they will steal from a nest of phoenix eggs. Garble instructs Spike that he, as a rookie dragon, must lure the parents away from the nest. After Spike lures them away, Garble looks inside the nest to find the eggs have already hatched.He tries to take the hatchlings, but fails as they manage to get away. He and two other dragons from his gang chase the hatchlings, and he unintentionally causes an egg to fall from the nest. The phoenix parents find out about Garble’s raid, and they get their hatchlings back. As the phoenixes are flying away, Garble tries to stop them, but the male phoenix counter-attacks and knocks him and his friends into a tree. They fly back to the nest to find Spike holding the egg Garble knocked down earlier. He is impressed by this, and tells Spike to smash it. Spike refuses, and Garble is angry that he said "no" to him. Garble and the two other dragons close in on Spike, but Twilight, Rainbow Dash, and Rarity come and threaten the dragons if they try to hurt Spike. Garble and his friends laugh at this, completely unafraid at the ponies’ threat. He asks Spike if these are really his friends, and he proudly answers yes, and even insults him and tells him to back off. Garble is annoyed as Spike runs away from him, so he and his friends chase the ponies, but they get away and Garble and his friends crash into another tree.
- ↑ Vincent Tong (2012-11-26). Twitter reply. Retrieved on 2012 November 26.
- ↑ Nayuki discussing about the named dragons (2012-03-19). Retrieved on 2012 March 19.