Peder was a Giant Centipede who fought with The Mourning Woods in the Monster Madness Tournament. Peder died in the second round, shot by Legolas the Drow in front of his son.

Peder was known for his love his son which always he always brought along when he was fighting in order to humanize him. After Peder's death, rumours started to spread that Peder in fact had many children which he refused to pay the alimony on.

The Monster Madness Tournament Edit

Round 1 Edit

In round 1, Peder fought Horse the Bullywug. Starting the fight, Peder stood up on the last two of his 100 legs goes to smacks but Horse blocks it. Next, Horse jumps into the air and tries to spear Peder but the love of Peder's child rebuffs him. On the second round of combat, Peder gets up on his "hind" legs again to smack but the attack is blocked again. Peder's son calls out and says "I can't wait to go fishing tomorrow!". Peder is bitten and gets speared by Horse which gets him in a bad position. Peder looks at his son and says "We will go fishing! Hear you me, we will!". Peder then gets up on his hind legs AGAIN and hits Horse this time, poisoning him and killing him. Peder's son says "I knew you could do it dad!" and holds up the fishing pole, after which he quickly gets stolen away by the frog mafia as Horse's debt was carried to them.

Round 2 Edit

In the second round Peder fights previous teammate Legolas the Drow. Before the fight, Peder says "Remember son, I'm taking you fishing!" to his son. During the fight, Legolas is so blinded by the sun that he shoots his crossbow into the crowd and shoots a peanut salesman in the butt. Legolas shoots again and misses, shooting the peanut salesman in the butt again. Legolas then points his crossbow at Peder, Peder's son saying "I hope we catch a trout!" as Legolas fires a bolt between Peder's eyes. Peder's lifeless body falls to the ground staring at his son and his son tries to look for a sign of farewell in his eyes, but it's not there. He's dead.

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