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The Woodland Critters are deceptively cute, but truly evil animals imagined by Eric Cartman, as shown in the episode "Woodland Critter Christmas".
They are a group of Satan-worshiping woodland animals created by Cartman in a Christmas story for a class assignment. The twelve critters are: Squirrely the Squirrel, Rabbity the Rabbit, Beavery the Beaver, Beary the Bear, Porcupiney the Porcupine, Skunky the Skunk, Foxy the Fox, Deery the Deer, Woodpeckery the Woodpecker, Mousey the Mouse, Raccoony the Raccoon and Chickadee-y the Chickadee. Most of the critters also have their own catchphrase or verbal tic; Squirrely's "now don't be down, y'all", Mousey's "I deduce", Beary's "but we got to -" and Chickadee-y's repeating of the last few words of her statements. They originally befriended Stan, but only to manipulate him into killing the Mountain Lion Cubs' mother.
They befriended Kyle, and made him a host for the Anti-Christ, before being stopped by Santa Claus. South Park has a lot of good Christmas episodes, but my favorite has to be the Woodland Critters Christmas episode. That episode has everything that makes Christmas special, family reunions, gifts, sharing and caring and of course bar fights.
They consist of 12 critters, namely Rabbity, Skunky, Beavery, Beary, Woodpeckery, Chickadee-y, Raccoony, Mousey, Squirrely, Deary, Porcupiney, and Foxy.


According to a piece of paper found in Stan's bedroom, they are found by entering the Lost Forest and going in the directions right, up, right, down, right, in order.
Though they appear friendly, they can manifest "evil Satanic powers", such as the ability to conjure fire. Because they were made up by Cartman they actually exist in the evil realm of Imaginationland, and were freed when terrorists destroyed the barrier separating the benevolent imaginary characters from the evil ones.
They also seem to enjoy guro, evidenced by the fact that they had a blood orgy after sacrificing Rabbity the Rabbit in "Woodland Critter Christmas". After Stan realized they were Satan-worshippers, he tried to stop them, leading to them becoming enemies.
The critters are faster than the other enemies of the game and tend to deal between nine and eleven damage to players' towers. They can be found in a clearing in the Lost Forest next to a large Christmas tree, and ask the player to accept Satan as their one true lord. When the player approaches them, they ask the player to accept the true lord Satan as their savior, and if the player does, all 12 critters friend the player on Facebook.
They originally appeared in "Woodland Critter Christmas", in which they attempted to bring about the birth of the Anti-Christ so that Satan can rule the world, but are ultimately killed by Santa Claus when he shoots them with a shotgun.


In one scene, in which other famous villains such as Freddy Krueger and Jason Voorhees argue as to what to do with a captured Strawberry Shortcake, the Critters actually disturb the other villains with their grotesque suggestions on how to mutilate, torture and kill Shortcake, with Jason Voorhees saying, "Man, I do not want to meet the kid that dreamt those things up." The Critters also raped (and presumably killed) a squad of American soldiers led by Kurt Russell that crossed into Imaginationland. They also seem enjoy seeing others suffer, they wanted to torture Strawberry Shortcake before they killed her in Imaginationland. However, this story in itself was an "imaginary" one, and did not actually occur in the "real world" of the story. They managed to make a Tron Soldier's head explode, they also attacked and gangraped Popeye in the final battle, but did not manage to kill him. They were eventually all put back behind the barrier to Evil Imaginationland along with the rest of the evil imaginary characters after Butters used his imagination to restore Imaginationland back to the way it was before the terrorist attack.



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