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Keeper of the Boiler Room
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Information
Full Name Keeper of the Boiler Room
Species Puffle
Gender Male
Position Keeper
Appeared In the Night Club
Color Green
Clothes Items None
Related To Unknown
Friends With Unknown
Meetable Character? No

The Keeper of the Boiler Room is a Green Puffle, found bouncing on the top-right speaker of the Night Club. In the book, Truth or Dare, a Penguin named RodgerRodger was dared to stay in the Boiler Room. He discovered a Green Puffle, the rumored 'Keeper.' He now sits on the top-right speaker of the Night Club, dancing.

History

Trivia

  • In the book, "The Great Puffle Switch", it is shown that she's female.
    • But in a blog post made by Megg on February 27, 2016, as part of the Puffle Spotlight series, it is revealed that the Keeper of the Boiler Room is actually a male and not a female.[2]
  • During the constructions of the DJ3K, the puffle went out from the disco to the ice rink, and played with the black disk.
  • In PSA Mission 3: Case of the Missing Coins, when the power in the Night Club goes out, he appears to be afraid of the dark.

The Keeper in the darkness in PSA Mission 3.

  • As of December 6, 2012, the Keeper has been updated to the more modern puffle look.
  • If you scroll the mouse over the Keeper, he will do a back flip.
  • The Keeper of the Boiler Room had its old design during the Halloween Party 2013.
  • Keeper of the Boiler Room was mentioned in issue #419 of the Club Penguin Times along with Keeper of the Stage, Plok and the Black Puffle from Puffle Rescue.
  • During the Music Jam 2016, the Keeper of the Boiler Room could be found at the Dance Club and the Forest at the same time after his task has been unlocked.
  • The second major plotline for Dancing with Cadence focuses around finding the Keeper after he mysteriously goes missing from the Night Club.
    • It is revealed that he was stranded when an avalanche trapped him and an unnamed yellow puffle (which may be Chirp) in a cave.

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