Prank Royalty
Characters that are really good at pranking that they're conisdered Kings or Queens of it.


(permanent link) added: 2011-05-05 15:30:26 sponsor: thewriter (last reply: 2012-05-30 10:46:04)

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Examples

  • Spencer from iCarly is this, he even becomes addicted to pranking.
  • The boys in Big Time Rush apparently hold a prank war every year to see who'll become that year's Prank King.
  • The Weasley Twins from Harry Potter
  • Satoko from Higurashi no Naku Koro ni.
  • John of Homestuck fancies himself as the prank master
  • Inaba Tewi from Touhou, especially in Fanon.
  • George and Harold from Captain Underpants.
  • From Norse Mythology there is the infamous Loki, the original and literal prankster god.
    • The Mask's second movie has Loki, and arguable, both instances of Mask persona is this too.
  • From Supernatural there is the angel Gabriel/the Trickster god, whose greatest pleasure is finding people who really deserve to be pranked and getting them in ways that only a supernatural being can.
  • TJ in Recess. One episode even revolves around him winning the title of "Prankster Prince" from King Bob and another revolves around the later attempting to reclaim it.
  • There's at least one whole chapter in a book from Guy de Maupassant dedicated to pranks, both made and suffered.
  • The Canadian animated series {{What's With Andy?}} is all about such a character.
  • An episode of American Dragon Jake Long featured Fu Dog's friend, Marty the Grim Reaper, who is thought to be the world's greatest prank artist in all of the magical world. Later on in the episode, he is eventually pranked by another prank artist, who is also a good friend of Fu.
  • Let's not forget about Rhinokey from The Wuzzles.
  • Reggie from Archie Comics considers himself one, though every so often he's shown making sure his practical jokes aren't actually physically harmful.
  • M*A*S*H episode "The Joker is Wild". Tired of hearing about Trapper John's skill as a practical joker, B.J. Hunnicut bets Hawkeye Pierce that he can prank all of the major characters to prove that he is the best.
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