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The Undertaker or sometimes simply Taker is an unlockable playable character who appears in the video game Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff. He is based on his live-action counterpart with the character of the same name in WWE.
He is voiced by himself who also voices his fictional version of himself in MTV's Downtown and in the stopmotion Celebrity Deathmatch, Taker also voiced an prehistoric version of himself and an fictional version of himself in Scooby-Doo and WWE: Curse of the Speed Demon, as well as an penguin version of himself in Surf's Up 2: WaveMania.
Appearence and role
His appearence is identical to his live-action counterpart from WWE. Long hair, tattoos on his arms and on his belly, black outfits, showing boots, gloves with black makeup on his eyebags. His size is taller, he weights 299 pounds of muscles, he has green eyes and he has a serious look on his appearence. But he is also good and nicer towards the Griffins family, his favorite place is the Graveyard in which he buries people who are deceased to make them rest in peace in the eternal heaven.
After you unlock Undertaker, this one becomes an playable character to make peace with good people, like his live-action counterpart.
Undertaker can beat up bad people who understimate and oppose him and teach the bullies an lesson for the misdeeds who are hurtful and not funny. The Undertaker is also Triple H's best friend along with Roman Reigns, John Cena and Stone Cold Steve Austin.
The Undertaker is also an ally to the Griffin family and their friends and manages to protect them from bad people who attempt to make people dislike the good attitude.
The Undertaker can defeat the opponents just like his live-action counterpart and he shows respect to his friends, especially for Peter Griffin, like the good people, he hates Diane Simmons who was an antagonist from the game and show. He becomes loyal and respectful person despite being an serious man.