| Manly warrior
| Character Information
The manly warrior is a minor character in The Amazing World of Gumball. He appears in "The Kids" as a bus driver. Apparently, he uses his axe to push the bus pedals, due to being too short. He makes a cameo appearance in "The Butterfly."
He wears a silver helmet, a barbarian-looking piece of armor with silver spikes at the top, and brown shoes and gloves. He has a beard held by two metal pieces on each side. He is usually seen with his battle axe (considering he needs it to perform his job correctly), and also seems to be quite muscular.
He seems to take his job seriously, as shown when Gumball and Darwin attempt to get tickets on the Manly Warrior's bus, but the dwarf refuses, and kicks them off the bus, mistaking them for dwarves (because of their deep voices) pretending to be children.
- "The Kids": His debut. He does not let Gumball and Darwin get a discount for the bus because their voices are changing so he thinks they are adults.
- "The Butterfly": (cameo) He drives the bus by Rocky and Alison.
- "The Countdown": He drives the public bus and looks at Darwin sideways.
- "The Nemesis": (cameo) He drives the bus that Rob takes.
- "The Parking": He drives the bus Betty gets on.
- "The Boredom": He wants to embark on a quest with Gumball and Darwin, but he ends up doing it with Colin and Felix instead.
- "The Code": He drives the bus when Gumball gets on it to deliver a real-life email to Richard.
- "The Worst": He drives the bus when Anais pretends to be a grown up.
- "The Vegging": He, Colin, and Felix ride on the dragon from "The Boredom," and this vibrates the table Gumball is trying to get the remote from, pushing the remote further from him.
- "The Wish": He drives a truck.
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You disgust me!
|—The Manly Warrior to Gumball and Darwin|
- The manly warrior is the second character to be voiced by a guest star, the first being Santa Claus, who is voiced by Brian Blessed.
- The manly warrior is a reference to The Lord of the Rings character Gimli.