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|The Guardians of Eternal Youth|
|Relatives:||Klorgbane the Destroyer (brother)|
|Voiced by:|| David Kaye (leader)|
Robin Atkin Downes
Roger L. Jackson ("Free Cake" only)
J.G. Quintel ("Skips' Story" only)
Troy Baker ("Skips' Story" only)
|First appearance:||"Free Cake"|
|Latest appearance:||"A Regular Epic Final Battle Part 2"|
The Guardians of Eternal Youth, formally known as the Immortal Student Council, are a group of babies that guard and give the ability of eternal youth. Skips worships them so he doesn't die. The Guardians of Eternal Youth are five big chubby babies with deep voices that granted Skips eternal youth.
They first appear in Free Cake Production Date wise, but chronologically, Skip's Story was the first appearance. The Immortal Student council went to Benet College and met Skips there. Their Brother, Klorgbane wanted to join the Guardians and become a member of the Immortal student council, but they would not let him join because he committed his evil deeds in order to gain control of the college. The Immortal Student Council calculated that Skips could defeat Klorgbane, with the assistance of some powerful weapons later known as the fists of justice. When Skips fought Klorgbane in Benet College using the fists of justice, he won, not killing him but sending him into orbit around the solar system. In the Fight, however, Skip's love, Desdemona was killed, sending Skips into depression. Around five to ten years later The Immortal Student Council, now known as the guardians of Eternal Youth, worked out that Klorgbane would return in 157 years, so they granted Skips the ability of immortality, just as they did Gary.
Years later in the episode "Free Cake", Mordecai and Rigby track down Skips in the forest to give him a surprise birthday party. It turns out on his birthday, Skips does the Spirit Dance for the Guardians of Eternal Youth, which is a ritual to keep his immortality. When interrupted by Rigby, the dance is stopped and Gary came to alert the Guardians.
Reginald later joined the Magical Elements in "Skips Strikes" He used to cheat in bowling tournaments by using magic to help them win.
In "Quips", Quintin Q. Quippenger told so many jokes while playing drawesome, Reginald got angry and went to complete rage, imprisoning him in a cube prison.
In "Dodge This", Archibald, Oswald Boswald and Griswald join the magical elements dodgeball team, along with The God of Basketball.
In "Gary's Synthesizer", the Guardians send Mordecai, Rigby, and Skips to Synthos so they can restore Gary's physical form (the former two accidentally messed with his patch).
As stated above, the guardians resemble infants, but despite their appearance they have mature, deep voices. Each guardian wears a gold hat, brown bib and a what looks like a white diaper. As a member of the Magical Elements in "Skips Strikes," Reginald wore mostly the same attire, with the exception of wearing a black button-up shirt with the team's name in cursive on the left side of his chest. One half of the guardians also attended a Halloween party at the park in "Terror Tales of the Park III", dressing up in a baby blue superhero costume with a yellow mask and belt buckle. The guardians, the god of basketball, Death and the wizard teamed up to form a new version of the Magical Elements, this time in a dodgeball tournament. The guardians wore black "V-neck" shirts and shorts, with white trim, black shoes and white socks. They also wore brown suits and black ties, with white poet shirts underneath their suits, white socks and black shoes while in high school in "Skips' Story."
The Guardians of Eternal Youth's Belongings
- Reginald (leader)
- Archibald (deceased)
- Magic Rattles - Each member is equipped with a magic rattle, which allows them to perform magic, such as stripping Skips of his youth.
- Flight - Each guardian has the ability to float.
- Immortality - Like Skips and Gary, they are all immortal, and as stated above, can even grant someone the ability to be immortal. It seems that the Guardians' immortality only extends to age and therefore they can be killed by external means, which was demonstrated by Archibald, who died after a battle with Klorgbane.
- "Terror Tales of the Park III" (only one, cameo)
- "A Skips in Time" (appear in picture, cameo)
- "Dodge This"
- "Skips' Story"
- "Skips in the Saddle"
- "Regular Show: The Movie" (cameo)
Overall: 12 Appearances
- When Reginald appears in the episode Skips Strikes, "GB" is shown on the scoreboard for bowling, which would be the leader's initials due to the other names being up there. "GB" probably means "Giant Baby", and this is further supported by the fact Reginald is usually credited as such in the end credits.
- The first guardian's name to be revealed was Archibald in "Fists of Justice," who died after a battle with brother Klorgbane the Destroyer.
- The leader's name was revealed to be Reginald in "Quips."
- The rest of the guardian's names were revealed in the credits of "Skips' Story" as Oswald, Boswald, and Griswald.
- Reginald has made the most appearances of all guardians, appearing seven times, twice without the other guardians.
- Since the death of Archibald, there are only four guardians remaining.
- Their 'diapers' aren't actually diapers, shown when Archibald tells Skips that they aren't diapers.