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Limeston is a character in Adventure Time: Distant Lands. He made his debut in "Obsidian".

He, Sandy, and Sir Soda are the royal advisors to the See-Thru Princess. He as a minor antagonist of the episode, along with Sandy and Sir Soda.

He is noted for being arrogant and despising the broken Glass People, despite the fact that he and her companions hide many more cracks than the others. He hates Glassboy and considers See-Thru Princess unsuitable as a princess.

History[]

He along with Sandy and Sir Soda are See-Thru Princess's royal advisors, who put perfection before compassion. Throughout the episode, she along with her companions suggest that she leave the position of princess. Like Sir Soda and Sandy they put down the cracked glass people, especially Glassboy (Who they were able to trap in the furnace along with Marceline, Princess Bubblegum and Larvo).

After the See-Thru snaps in half, he and his companions tell her that her reign is over, but the princess managed to bind herself with some decorative ribbons. It is revealed after a discovery of her "clothes" that she, like Sir Soda and Sandy, have many cracks in their bodies which they hide with ribbons, thus showing their hypocrisy. At the end of the episode his and his companions' heads are smashed by a high-pitched musical note from the Glassboy and then they are dragged on the floor by the guards. It is unknown if they survived or if they were repaired.

Appearance[]

He is a tall dark green glass humanoid (Face is lighter) and wears round glasses. He has a small bump on his head and several curves on his body. He also brings several golden ribbons, by way of clothing, to hide his multiple body cracks.

Personality[]

He as well as Sir Soda and Sandy make less of the glass people with cracks, especially Glassboy (who they were able to trap in the furnace along with Marceline, Princess Bubblegum and Larvo). It is later revealed that she, like Sir Soda and Sandy, have many cracks in their bodies which they hide with ribbons, thus showing their hypocrisy.

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