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| image = [[File:Veggie.png|220px]]
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|image = [[File:S2e17 veggie village science conference.png|220px]]
| caption = A science conference at Veggie Village
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|caption = A science conference at Veggie Village
| name = Veggie Village
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|name = Veggie Village
| type = Village
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|type = Village
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|location = [[Land of Ooo]]
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|notable inhabitants = [[Stanley]]<br>[[Veggie People]]}}
| notable inhabitants = [[Stanley]]
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'''Veggie Village''' is first seen in "[[The Jiggler]]" as the home of [[Stanley]] and [[Veggie People|other fruits and vegetables]]. It is later the site of a [[Science Conference]] attended by [[Princess Bubblegum]] in "[[Death in Bloom]]." It houses the [[Veggie People]].
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'''Veggie Village''' is the home of [[Stanley]] and other fruits and vegetables first seen in "[[The Jiggler]]". It is later the site of a science conference attended by [[Princess Bubblegum]] in "[[Death in Bloom]]".
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==Appearance==
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Veggie Village does not bear any real resemblance to a village. It is found at a sunny clearing amid a thickly forested area. The only domicile is a dull-yellowish cabin with round, shuttered windows and a red roof; outside are some sparsely planted orchids and a stone path.
   
 
==Inhabitants==
 
==Inhabitants==
The inhabitants of Veggie Village are shown to be fruits and vegetables, though [[Stanley|Stanley's]] family also includes sausages and marshmallows. They seem to be completely inanimate objects, although [[Finn]], [[Jake]], and Princess Bubblegum talk to them as if they are alive. At the [[Science Conference|science conference]], many of the fruits and vegetables had scientific devices attached to them for an unknown reason.
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The inhabitants of Veggie Village are fruits and vegetables, although Stanley's family also includes sausages and marshmallows. They seem to be completely inanimate objects, although [[Finn]], [[Jake]], and Princess Bubblegum talk to them as if they were alive. At the Science Conference, many of the fruits and vegetables had various high-tech devices attached to them for an unknown reason.
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==Trivia==
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*When Princess Bubblegum is at the science conference with Stanley and the others, the snail can be seen peeking out from behind the house on the left side.
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*In "The Jiggler," sausages and marshmallows inhabit Veggie Village too, even though they are neither fruits nor vegetables.
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==Gallery==
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<gallery>
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s1e6 stanleyhome.png|Finn and Jake returning a rescued [[Stanley]] to his village
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</gallery>
   
 
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[[Category:Kingdoms and Villages]]

Latest revision as of 21:01, January 30, 2019

Veggie Village is first seen in "The Jiggler" as the home of Stanley and other fruits and vegetables. It is later the site of a Science Conference attended by Princess Bubblegum in "Death in Bloom." It houses the Veggie People.

AppearanceEdit

Veggie Village does not bear any real resemblance to a village. It is found at a sunny clearing amid a thickly forested area. The only domicile is a dull-yellowish cabin with round, shuttered windows and a red roof; outside are some sparsely planted orchids and a stone path.

InhabitantsEdit

The inhabitants of Veggie Village are fruits and vegetables, although Stanley's family also includes sausages and marshmallows. They seem to be completely inanimate objects, although Finn, Jake, and Princess Bubblegum talk to them as if they were alive. At the Science Conference, many of the fruits and vegetables had various high-tech devices attached to them for an unknown reason.

TriviaEdit

  • When Princess Bubblegum is at the science conference with Stanley and the others, the snail can be seen peeking out from behind the house on the left side.
  • In "The Jiggler," sausages and marshmallows inhabit Veggie Village too, even though they are neither fruits nor vegetables.

GalleryEdit

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