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|Occupation||Servants of the Trancy Household|
|Base of Operations||Trancy manor|
|Relatives||Akin to one another|
|Anime Debut||Episode 1 of Season 2|
|Japanese Voice||Kenichi Suzumura|
|English Voice||Scott Freeman|
The triplets, in which they are customarily referred to as, are demons introduced in the anime-exclusive Kuroshitsuji II. They are specified collectively, and though hardly distinguished from one another, the triad consists of Canterbury(カンタベリー, Kantaberī), Thompson(トンプソン, Tonpuson), and Timber(ティンバー, Tinbā). They are loyal servants to the Trancy household; Canterbury serves as the steward, Thompson serves as the gardener, and Timber serves as the cook.
The triplets are young men with red eyes and short, plum hair. The fringes of their hair are arranged inconsistently; Thompson's falls in a point to the center, Cantebury's is swept to the left, and Timber's is in the opposite direction from the one listed in precedence. They dress in white, long-sleeved shirts, brown vests, and black trousers with black/grey ribbons tied around their necks.
Typically, they are quiet and reticent; notwithstanding, they often whisper among themselves in great secrecy, especially after witnessing dramatic scenes, such as when Alois Trancy gouges out Hannah Anafeloz's eye. However, when given permission to speak, they in actuality have poor etiquette and discretion. Garrulous, they would comment on matters with wearisome persistence and little restraint; it is to the extent that they are consequently ordered by Alois to be silent once more.
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