Angus Lulamoon is the older brother of Trixie Lulamoon and a recurring antagonist in Ed, Edd n Eddy XL. He is voiced by Andrew Francis, who also voices Shining Armor in My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic. However, in Ed, Edd n Eddy XL: Trixie Unbound, he is the chief antagonist.

Role in the Ed, Edd n Eddy XL series

Angus is depicted as Trixie's older brother throughout the series. However, he is shown to be narcissistic, callous, arrogant, near-mindless and ultimately psychotic. Angus acts rude and disrespectful towards the people and ponies of the Eques-De-Sac and often treats his own younger sister like a slave, emotionally abusing her and calling her "Trix-dope". He is very malicious towards the Eds and is willing to go at any length to get rid of them, so they won't be around to "torment him".

The Eds hate Angus for three specific reasons:

- Ed is upset by how he doesn't appreciate him being obsessed over gravy and buttered toast.

- Edd is astounded by his unkind and distraught personality.

- Eddy thinks he is trying to make him look like a fool in front of everyone and everypony, as well as try to steal his cash for jawbreakers.

Ed, Edd n Eddy XL: Trixie Unbound

Angus takes his role as the main antagonist of the second Ed, Edd n Eddy XL film to be released in theaters, Ed, Edd n Eddy XL: Trixie Unbound. He is first seen peaking through Trixie's window and watching her while she's asleep. Angus proceeds to cast some sort of spell on Trixie, which causes her to transform into a monstrous, colt-like version of herself whenever night falls. He also plans to use the Eds' cash for jawbreakers in order to resurrect Draco, a dragon constellation bent on destruction.


"Move it or lose it, Trix-dope!"

"You guys are so immature!"

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