It doesn't matter how few anon, there shouldn't be ANY exceptions to the gullible mindless Candy Person, but there is. How can one say PB killed off the intellectual, when there are currently intellectuals. >mindset
Something that requires intelligence, desire, inquiry, critical thinking, cunning. There's more to this detective shit.
Why does it matter whether or not the Candy People were loyal? Are you implying that the intelligent citizens PB killed were in opposition to her? Do you have evidence for this?
I left out Peppermint Butler because I forgot to mention him again. But they did overthrow her, even with little intelligence. "Hot Diggity Doom." They got rid of her, albeit they came crawling back.>CB was baked hundreds of years
Speculation; we know nothing of how long CB has existed, only that he is at least older than FP. Why didn't she cook CB, I don't know, but do you have reason to believe she wants to rule over idiots? You don't; we have competent people she rules over. Have you ever thought that maybe PB just likes him that way? Did you also forget that CB became slow because of the impact he suffered in "Enchiridion," this was referenced again in "Bun Bun." He never cucked Finn, Finn was dumped by FP for using her insecurities against her. CB admitted his feeling to her, but she never returned them. He is just her knight.>uncomfortable relationship
Really? They seemed pretty well off in "Bun Bun," and he does to the "Battle of the Bands" with FP.
I don't remember exactly why he chose to be in Fire Kingdom, I think it was in "The Red Throne." He loves her, he cares about her. He never served PB, he was just a citizen.