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The villagers break into the mansion on Spooky in Conker's Bad Fur Day.

The Villagers are a group of squirrels from an unknown village. They appear in Conker's Bad Fur Day and Conker: Live & Reloaded.

In both games, they enter Count Batula's Mansion and attempt to kill him, with the owner implying that not only was this not the first time that he had to contend with them, but they brought even more than last time. Instead of killing and eating Conker as he had planned, Count Batula turned Conker into a bat so that he could gather villagers to put in grinder and feed the Count.

When bat Conker is flying toward the villagers, they will fight back with pitchforks and spears if he gets too close. This can cause Conker to drop a carried villager upon taking damage.

After eating too many villagers, the rope that the Count is hanging from snaps and he falls into his grinder.

After that, it is unknown were the villagers went, but one villager can be seen after Conker uses the first key and goes to the dining room. Here, he finds a group of zombies attacking her. When the zombies turn their attention to Conker, the villager runs away and falls into a bottomless pit near the courtyard. Though in Conker: Live & Reloaded, after inserting one of the keys, a cutscene shows of one zombie having a brown hat like the villagers.

Both male and female villagers are also playable characters in Beach mode of Multi in Conker's Bad Fur Day, but they are referred to as Frenchies.



  • It is strongly implied that Conker was forced into killing the Villagers, Count Batula was likely using Conker in order to feed and he didn't want to kill any of the Villagers.
  • In the victory cutscene (or killing Tediz) of the Villagers in Beach multiplayer mode, one of female Villager says "Vive la France!" which translates to "Long live France".
  • Together with the Zombies, the Villagers lack tails compared to other squirrels in both of the games.
  • Villagers also appear in the recruitment video in the beginning of the "It's War" chapter, with it being implied that they also were the soldiers in that chapter.