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Stan is a minor character in Disenchantment. He is the Royal Executioner and tortures, hangs and beheads people for King Zøg. He is also a member of the Royal Council.


Stan is a large-framed man who favours going shirtless, wearing teal pants, sandals and a black hood. He wears studded wristbands, presumably leather.


Amongst the usual methods of torturing people, his specialty is to read from a book of golf jokes. He will also take commands to beat people with chairs. Unsurprisingly, he has a black sense of humour. When Bean is too much of a coward to execute Gwen, he calls her a "failure", "loser" and a "quitter." (Though as it turns out, Bean made the right choice by not executing her.)

However, outside of his job as an executioner, he is also a family man with a wife and kids whom he clearly loves, and he can be quite affably.


Stan is a recurring character, who is mainly used for some quick gags related to his job as an executioner. He can frequently be seen in the dungeon torturing or executing people.

In Faster, Princess! Kill! Kill!, when King Zog banished Bean from the castle until she can appreciate the value of the money, she tried different professions. Stan offers her a job as an executioner because his apprentice has mysteriously disappeared. She accepts the job offer.

In Tiabeanie Falls, when Bean is blamed for attempted murder of King Zøg, Stan is the only citizen of Dreamland that believes she is innocent, and actually wants to try and help her. He does so, as when in the dungeons, he walks in. At first, they believe that he is trying to kill Bean and her friends early, but he is there to help them. He raises his axe in the air, but uses it to cut the cuffs off of them. He leads them down a tunnel to escape. They are thankful for this.

In the final season, Stan joins the rebellion against Queen Dagmar. He participates in the fight with Dagmar's forces outside the Crystal Cavern, using his axe to decaptiate several soldiers.


  • The voice that Fielding affects for the character is very similar to another character he played on the show 'The Mighty Boosh' called 'The Hitcher'. The Hitcher was a green-skinned, monstrous cockney stereotype who acted as a reoccurring antagonist for the main characters.