|Robert the Terrible|
|Voiced by||Cam Clarke|
Robert The Terrible is the main antagonist for The Pirates Who Don't Do Anything: A VeggieTales Movie. He was a Lord of Monteria, who grew greedy after his brother, The King, was using The Royal Family's wealth on helping the citizens of Monteria. After failing to take over the throne, he was banished from the country and became a pirate captein and formed himself a large crew to take on the King's Men. Using his knowlege of mechanical tecnolegy, he gave himself a body of gears and a keg to try to make himself stronger thatn the king. He kidnapped the King's son, Alexander, and sent spys to kidnap his sister, Eloise. He had created an early version of the mine to blow up the King's ship, however he needed to know when the King was coming back before he can leave them in his secret bay, so he gave Alexander and Eloise two hours to tell him when the King is returning, even if they don't know. After their two hours were up, he came into the dungens to find The Pirates Who Don't Do Anything trying to escape with his prisoners. Robert treatened to kill Eloise if the don't tell him when the King is returning. But after George cut the rope to the chandeler to knock him over, Robert and his men chased them to the bay where it seem like Robert was going to win, untill the King and his men showed up and sunk his ship. When the Pirates Who Don't Do Anything were preparing to go back to their original time, Robert hooked himself to the back of their rowboat where he followed them into the Pieces of Ate and mistakes one of the stage acters, Sir Fredrick, as George and was about to kill him untill the Pirates Who Don't Do Anything interfeared and dropped another rowboat on him and sent him back to his original time. He was later seen in a cage dancing to "Rock Monster".
- He is voiced by Cam Clarke.
- According to his trading card, Robert prefers to knitting, reading the longest novels he can find, and eating the perfect meal at any fine restaurant rather than be terrible. If he was not an actor he would pursue a career as a food critic and had nothing good to say about daily catering on the set.