Prince Guysbert is a member of the royal family of Bentwood. He was supposed to be Princess Bean's fiance in an arranged wedding, until it was canceled after Guysbert suffered a serious accident.


Although handsome, he is not a typical Prince Charming, as being the inbred offspring of his father/uncle Lorenzo the First, and his mother/aunt Queen Bunny made him somewhat unintelligent.


Guysbert was supposed to be married with Bean, but when she disagreed to be wed with an outburst of anger, Guysbert's head was impaled on some nearby decor. This didn't in fact kill him, becoming a running gag for the rest off the season.

In To Thine Own Elf Be True, a callback to his near fatal wounding in the first episode sees him used as a test subject for the Elixir of life. After initial success, as the Exilir failed, he died as his brain fell out of his head and subsequently stabbed himself with the sword.


Had his wedding to Bean been a success, he would have taken her back to Bentwood with him and the plot of Disenchantment would have been unlikely to unfold.