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Asterix, Obelix, and Dogmatix are the first characters with short descriptions usually listed at the beginning of each of the Asterix books after the map of Gaul. They each have separate articles containing more information.
Unless otherwise stated, this article uses the names chosen for the English translations of the books. Asterix is the main character. He is a brave, shrewd warrior of somewhat diminutive size, who eagerly volunteers for all perilous missions. Obelix is Asterix's closest friend and works as a menhir sculptor and delivery man. He is a tall, obese man with two notable attributes: his phenomenal strength and his voracious appetite for food. His strength results from having fallen into Getafix's magic potion cauldron as a boy.
As a consequence, Getafix will not let him take additional potion for fear of side effects for example, turning into stone, as shown in Asterix and Obelix all at Sea , something that Obelix finds immensely unfair. The only exception was in Asterix and Cleopatra when they were trapped in a pyramid. Obelix's size is often the brunt of many jokes. In Asterix and the Big Fight a druid mistakes Obelix for a patient with an eating disorder.
At the end of the book, Obelix decides to go on a diet but quickly goes back to eating huge quantities of boar. Getafix is the village druid. In appearance he is tall with a white beard , white robe, red cloak. He is usually seen in possession of a small golden sickle. While his age is never stated, in the story of Asterix' birth in which all but the oldest villagers are seen as small children he appears unchanged.
In Asterix and the Big Fight the druid Psychoanalytix who appears quite old refers to him as his elder and teacher. Although known for his strength-enhancing magic potion, he has many other magical and medicinal potions at his disposal — including a potion to make hair grow quickly, a potion to cure a man who has been poisoned with a drug that would kill him in a matter of days, and a potion that restores a person to full health after injury although this potion also causes the person who takes it to lose their recent memories while also interacting badly with the magic potion — and acts as the village doctor and occasional teacher.
Asterix and most other villagers will consult him whenever anything strange occurs. He does not engage normally himself in combat, whereas most of the villagers enjoy a good punch-up even with each other. One exception is one of the stories explaining Gaulish women, with using Mrs. Geriatrix as an example, with a fight sparked by Impedimenta. The final cut is shown with all the male villagers and two females, Impedimenta and Bacteria included, with Getafix running to stop the punch up, with a piece of fish flying towards him.
His most notable brawl is when, passing himself as a cook in The Great Divide , he makes some magic potion passing it off as soup to free the enslaved men from the divided village, captured by the romans — and doing a test run on the present slaves — and then starts distributing slaps with obvious enjoyment. As the only individual able to produce the "magic potion" upon which the villagers rely for their strength, he is the focus of many stories- ranging from the Romans attempting to put him out of commission in some manner to requesting that Asterix and Obelix help him find some missing ingredient-, and the conscience of the village.
On a few occasions, he has refused to make the potion when the villagers become too selfish, most notably in Asterix and Caesar's Gift where he refused to provide the potion for anyone while the village was divided by an upcoming vote for a new chief, only to provide them with it once again when Vitalstatistix asked Getafix to provide the potion for Orthopedix, the man he had been running against for chief.
He has also occasionally been taken prisoner by hostile forces to get access to the potion, only to be freed again thanks to Asterix and Obelix.
Finding ingredients for his potions has also sent Asterix on several adventures; the full recipe of the magic potion itself has never been revealed, but it includes mistletoe, a whole lobster- the lobster is optional, although it apparently improves the flavour-, reasonably fresh fish, and a drop of rock oil Later replaced with beetroot juice after his supplies of rock oil ran out as it tastes nicer, although unfortunately not before Asterix and Obelix travelled all the way to Turkey trying to find more oil.
Getafix is very similar to many wise old men who act as mentors and father-figures to the heroes, including Merlin , Gandalf , Obi-Wan Kenobi and Albus Dumbledore. In Goscinny's earlier works, however, Getafix came across more as just a friend of the protagonists rather than a wise old counselor.
He was also, from the very beginning, shown as a figure of fun and had a wonderful sense of humour: in Asterix the Gaul he'd cut his finger while using his sickle and roar with uncontrollable laughter at Asterix' teasing of the Roman Centurion; in Asterix and the Big Fight he was shown as going literally crazy.
Dogmatix is Obelix's pet dog. Unlike his immense master, Dogmatix is very tiny, but he can have a nasty temper. Dogmatix loves nature and hates to see trees suffer. Obelix once mentions that this is because Dogmatix likes to urinate on them. Dogmatix met Asterix and Obelix in Lutetia in Asterix and the Banquet and followed them all the way around Gaul until Obelix finally noticed him.
Since then, Obelix has become very affectionate toward Dogmatix. In Asterix and the Chieftain's Shield , Obelix gets mad at hungry people who try to take Dogmatix's bone and insists they will be punished if they try to take advantage of his dog.
Dogmatix is relatively intelligent, but is useless when it comes to sniffing out a trail. When given a trail to follow, he will follow the scent to menhirs. Asterix and Obelix hope he has found water but Dogmatix actually discovers oil.
While this does not solve the trio's problem of thirst, it does complete their original mission to find oil. At the beginning of most of the Asterix books, immediately after the map of Gaul, and before the narrative starts, there is a standard description of the main characters above, as well as Getafix, Cacofonix and Vitalstatistix regardless of their importance in that particular book.
Chief Vitalstatistix is the leader of the Gaulish village. He is a middle-aged, overweight man with red hair, pigtails and a huge moustache. He is generally reasonable, well-informed, fearless, comparatively even-tempered and unambitious — the last much to the chagrin of his wife Impedimenta.
His major failings are his love of good food and drink it is unlikely to be a coincidence that his wife is the best cook in the village — which has led to health problems — and his pride. As a Gaulish chief he prefers to travel on a shield , carried by two shield bearers they say pride comes before a fall The names of the shield bearers are never mentioned. Vitalstatistix fought at the battle of Alesia where Caesar almost completed his conquest of Gaul, before becoming chief of the village.
In Asterix and the Chieftain's Shield it was revealed that the shield he is carried on originally belonged to the legendary Gaulish warrior chief Vercingetorix. He has a brother, Doublehelix, in Lutetia who has a young daughter and a son, Justforkix.
The introduction to each story states that Vitalstatistix has only one fear "that the sky may fall on his head tomorrow"; however, he rarely alludes to this in an actual story, and then only as a rallying cry: "We have nothing to fear but This characteristic is based on a real historical account where Gallic chieftains were asked by Alexander the Great what they were most afraid of in all the world, and replied that their worst fear was that the sky might fall on their heads.
Although the chief of the village, his role in most plots is usually minor, commonly featuring him granting Asterix and Obelix permission to go on their latest missions, although he has shown a greater involvement in stories such as Asterix in Belgium , where he travelled to Belgium to defend his honour when Caesar apparently proclaimed that the Belgians were the bravest of all the Gaulish peoples, or Asterix and Caesar's Gift , where he ran against a new arrival in the village for the position of chief.
From Asterix and Caesar's Gift onward Vitalstatistix has had the same unnamed bearers carry and drop him; prior to that he had different bearers in each album. In Asterix in Switzerland he fires both his shield bearers after he tells them that it's a lovely day, and they look up, tipping the shield back and dropping the chief in the process. He then goes and hires new shield bearers including Asterix, Geriatrix, Fulliautomatix and Obelix in these cases the shield is horribly tilted so he is forced to stand on a slant, and Obelix carried him with one hand like a waiter.
Impedimenta is the matriarchal wife of chief Vitalstatistix , leader of the village wives and the best cook in the village. She is often disappointed with the other villagers calling them barbarians and wishes Vitalstatistix was more ambitious. Consequently she zealously defends and flaunts every privilege due to her as first lady of the village, such as skipping the queue at the fishmongers.
She frequently says she wants to go back to Lutetia and live with her successful merchant brother, Homeopathix — the one member of the family her husband openly dislikes.
She nicknamed Vitalstatistix "Piggywiggy" when they were courting, and starts doing this again in Asterix and the Soothsayer as a plan to make Asterix and Obelix erupt in hysterical laughter when she calls him by that name in front of them, thus irritating him and making him punish them by forcing them to stay in the village, away from the soothsayer.
On occasion she has an antagonistic rivalry with Mrs. Geriatrix that has erupted into violence. One such occasion was in Asterix and the Magic Carpet where the two beat each other with fish from Unhygenix's store over the fakir Watziznehm's carpet. Cacofonix is the village bard. He is usually only a supporting character, but has a major part in the plots of some albums see Asterix and the Normans , Asterix the Gladiator , Asterix and the Magic Carpet and Asterix and the Secret Weapon.
He loves singing and playing his lyre , and jumps at every opportunity to do so. He also plays the bagpipes , drum and a Celtic trumpet resembling a boar called a Carnyx.
While he can accompany traditional dances, and conducts a village band, his singing is unbearable. In Asterix and the Normans it is so unbearable that it teaches the fearless Normans the meaning of fear. In recent albums his music is so spectacularly horrible that it actually starts thunderstorms even indoors , because of an old French saying that bad singing causes rain.
For his part, Cacofonix considers himself a genius and a superb singer, and he is angrily offended when people criticize his singing, to the point of dismissing them as barbarians. He is slightly effeminate, often seen smoothing back his hair and holding his head up high.
Some villagers go to extreme lengths to avoid hearing Cacofonix's music. Most notably, Fulliautomatix, the village smith, bangs him on the head at the merest hint of breaking into a song, and has destroyed his lyre on a number of occasions, at one point being called the "ancestor of music critics". As a running gag , Cacofonix is generally tied up and gagged during the banquet at the end of most albums to allow the other villagers to have a good time without having to keep him from singing.
He is nonetheless well liked when not singing. In contrast to the villagers, some of the younger outsiders whom Cacofonix has met do appreciate his "talent": Justforkix in Asterix and the Normans actually encouraged Cacofonix to think seriously about moving to Lutetia where he claimed the bard's way with music would be enjoyed; Pepe in Asterix in Spain liked it because it reminded him of home the goats bleating in his village ; and Princess Orinjade in Asterix and the Magic Carpet expressed similar enthusiasm, though it was perhaps in gratitude for his music having saved her from being sacrificed.
Unlike the other villagers, whose huts are on the ground, Cacofonix's hut is perched up in a tree. Ostensibly this is so that he can act as a lookout to warn the other villagers of imminent invasion, but the real reason is to let him practise his music as far from everyone as possible: it is a tall tree!
It has been felled several times but has been replanted, or restored by Getafix's magic acorns in The Mansions of the Gods. He and Getafix are the village's teachers, as only bards and druids are allowed to teach in school. He is rarely seen fighting the Romans except when his personal honour is impugned — his voice apparently does not mix well with the magic potion, although in Asterix and the Magic Carpet it actually restores him to full voice. The fact that he is incredibly arrogant may also be partly to blame, as in at least one volume Asterix and the Roman Agent he is shown to have not even noticed the other villagers are fighting the Romans and is actually shown asking Getafix what's going on however, he had been suffering from a lost voice earlier in this volume and may have simply been staying in his hut while waiting to recover.
Geriatrix is the oldest inhabitant of Asterix's village: he is mentioned as 93 years old in Asterix at the Olympic Games while drunk, he says he feels ten years younger, to which Asterix replies, "Well, that makes you 83, and it's time you were in bed". Some translations make him no more than As an elder, Geriatrix demands respect generally more than he is given.
Nonetheless he dislikes being treated as old and will attack anyone who comments to that effect. In particular he often beats up Fulliautomatix for refusing to fight back due to his age, and actually cries out to be attacked. Geriatrix is seen to sit on the village council at times, on the face of it an entitlement deriving from being the oldest in the community.
An example is on p. Geriatrix is against foreigners who are not from his village. He is a veteran of the Battle of Gergovia and the Battle of Alesia , and refers to them when excited "It'll be just like Gergovia all over! He has an eye for the young ladies and has a very young and beautiful wife who appears to be in her twenties of whom he is very possessive — particularly when Obelix is around.
In prequels such as How Obelix Fell into the Magic Potion When he was a Little Boy , in which most of the characters are children and Vitalstatistix is a slim young man, Geriatrix, along with Getafix, is unchanged. Geriatrix enjoys her husband's devotion and also her status as wife of the village's most senior inhabitant, which makes her one of the inner circle of village wives.
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