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Sir Pendergast is a Knight of the Zøg Table and seems to be the leader of them, if not the most skilled.

He was killed by the Arch-Druidess, with his head put on display on a spike (Which traumatized King Zøg greatly). He was later revived when the magic from the Crystal Cavern began to seep into Dreamland's water supply, and Sorcerio poured some of this magic-infused water into the jar that held Pendergast's head.


Pendergast is average height with a muscular build. He normally wears his armor and has an eye patch over his right eye, which he lost after an intoxicated King Zøg thew a spoon at him (a feat that Pendergast actually found impressive and holds no grudge about). He has long brown hair and stubble.


Pendergast has a righteous but sarcastic personality. He follows orders and is a brave warrior. He carelessly sends his knights to their death and doesn't show any remorse, as shown when Mortimer the Expendable got killed in the the Cave of the Single Trap which Pendergast saw as safe to enter.


His services to King Zog aren't entirely clear but he has definitely been on a few quests:

  • He is a possible veteran of the Lemon Crusades, which are alluded to but not shown.
  • He was sent with Prince Merkimer, Mertz, and Turbish to return Bean after she ran away.
  • He was sent to retrieve Elfo's fake girlfriend by Princess Bean. They travelled over the Unpassable Mountains and captured a giant named Tess, who fitted the description invented by Elfo. 
  • He lead the Crusade to find the Eternity Pendant. A mission he and his men failed due to Big Jo and Porky.
  • He lead the Invasion of Elfwood with the goal being to capture an elf for their magic blood. This quest failed due to Elfo and Bean's involvement. It was thought that One of his knights did manage to kill Elfo, however it was Elfo's future self that killed his past self.
  • When Zøg was injured after being shot with a gun, and Odval and the Arch-Druidess seized this opportunity to make Derek king, dispose of Bean and take control of Dreamland, Pendergast remained loyal to Zøg. After Zøg recovered, Pendergast helped him with a plan to escape the castle unseen, which involved Zøg faking his death and Pendergast smuggling him outside in a coffin. Sadly, the Arch-Druidess discovered the plan and killed Pendergast; first by shooting him with the gun, then having him decapitated.


  • He has a crush on Bean and expressed interest on courting her, although Bean doesn't reciprocate.
    • Despite this crush, he had no qualms about accusing her of helping the "dragon man".
  • It was never explained as to how he regains his body when he was brought back as a living head.