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|voice = [[Kevin Kline]]
 
|voice = [[Kevin Kline]]
 
|alias = Lord Tulio
 
|alias = Lord Tulio
|personality = clever, kind, panicked, tricky
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|quote = "All right. Here's the plan. In the dead of night, you and I grab some provisions, hijack one of those... one of those longboats... and then, we... row back to Spain like there's no mañana!"<br>"Remember the little voice that tells people to quit when they're ahead? [[Miguel|You]] don't have one!"
|appearance = slender, black hair, blue eyes
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|personality = Clever, kind, pushy, tricky, sensible, sardonic, practical, bossy, gentle, insecure, funny
|occupation = con artist, God (under a lie), Chel's boyfriend, [[Miguel]]'s boss
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|appearance = Slender, fair skin, stubble, black hair and sideburns, blue shirt, green pants, brown waistcoat, blue eyes
|alliance = good
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|occupation = Con artist, God (under a lie)<br>Chel's boyfriend and husband<br>[[Miguel]]'s boss and best friend
|goal = To obtain as much gold as he can (failed), To save El Dorado (succeeded)
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|alignment = Good
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|goal = To obtain as much gold as he can (failed)<br>To save El Dorado (succeeded)
 
|home = Spain
 
|home = Spain
 
|pets = [[Altivo]] (horse)
 
|pets = [[Altivo]] (horse)
|friends = his partner [[Miguel]], his girlfriend [[Chel]], [[Chief Tannabok]], [[Altivo]]
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|friends = His partner and best friend [[Miguel]], his girlfriend [[Chel]], [[Chief Tannabok]], [[Altivo]]
 
|minions = [[Chel]], [[Miguel]], [[Altivo]]
 
|minions = [[Chel]], [[Miguel]], [[Altivo]]
 
|enemies = [[Tzekel-Kan]], [[Hernán Cortés]], [[Acolyte]], [[Zaragoza]]
 
|enemies = [[Tzekel-Kan]], [[Hernán Cortés]], [[Acolyte]], [[Zaragoza]]
|likes = Chel, gold, money, being worshiped
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|likes = Chel, gold, money, being worshipped
 
|dislikes = Miguel's behavior, losing gold, being outsmarted, danger, smart-talk
 
|dislikes = Miguel's behavior, losing gold, being outsmarted, danger, smart-talk
|weapons = sword, rocks, his fists
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|weapons = Sword, rocks, his fists
|fate = Rides off with Miguel and Chel and journey back to Spain
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|fate = Rides off with Miguel and Chel and journeys back to Spain
|quote = "All right. Here's the plan. In the dead of night, you and I grab some provisions, hijack one of those... one of those longboats... and then, we... row back to Spain like there's no mañana!"<br>"Remember the little voice that tells people to quit when their ahead? [[Miguel|You]] don't have one!"
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|animator = [[Arnaud Berthier]] (animator)<br>[[Cécile Bender]] (animator)<br>[[Cinzia Angelini]] (animator)<br>[[Claudio Acciari]] (animator)<br>[[Jennifer Cardon Klein]] (animator)<br>[[Alexandra Boiger]] (assistant animator)<br>[[Cindy Andress]] (assistant animator)<br>[[James Baxter]] (senior supervising animator)
}}
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}}'''Tulio''' is one of the two main protagonists (alongside Miguel) of ''[[The Road to El Dorado]]''. He is voiced by [[wikipedia:Kevin Kline|Kevin Kline]].
'''Tulio''' is the main protagonist in ''[[The Road to El Dorado]]''. He is voiced by Kevin Kline.
 
   
 
==Personality==
 
==Personality==
Out of the two, Tulio seems to be more of the sensible and practical one, with Miguel being more of a dreamer. He is also very sarcastic and bosses Miguel around. 
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Tulio appears to be more the sensible and practical one, with [http://dreamworks.wikia.com/wiki/Miguel Miguel] being more of a dreamer. He is also very sarcastic and tends to boss Miguel around. Tulio is the more anxious member of the duo, at one point telling Miguel that "you can never worry too much." 
   
 
==Role in Film==
 
==Role in Film==
Both Tulio and Miguel are first seen on a wanted poster, presumably for con. He is first seen rolling loaded dice to win the bets from the sailors. When a sailor bet the map to El Dorado, Tulio didn't want to at first; but was pressured to doing so by Migual. To make matters worse, the sailor tells Tulio to use his (the sailor's) dice. Tulio ironicly wins the bet, but than his loaded dice got discovered by the sailor. Tulio and Migual faked a dual and ran to get away from trouble with the sailors (and the guards), and ended being crased around by a bull, the townspeople, and the guards. The duo hide in the barrows that ended up being shipped onto the ship that was heading to the new world. The duo was eventually found by the sailors and get locked up in the brig.
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Both Tulio and Miguel are first seen on a wanted poster, presumably for their occupations: con artists. He is first seen rolling loaded dice (the number 7) to win a bet from a group of sailors. When a sailor, Zaragoza, bet the map to El Dorado, Tulio was disinterested, but quickly pressured into agreeing by Miguel. To make matters worse, Zaragoza demands Tulio use his (Zaragoza's) dice. Tulio ironically wins the bet fairly, however, the event ends on a sour note, as his loaded dice fall from his pocket, discovered by Zaragoza. Tulio and Miguel fake a duel and eventually flee from trouble with the sailors (and the guards), only to be pursued by an angered bull, and eventually the townspeople, and the guards. The duo hides in a pair of barrels that end up being shipped onto [http://dreamworks.wikia.com/wiki/Hern%C3%A1n_Cort%C3%A9s Cortés] ship that was destined to depart for the New World. The duo break free from their barrel confinement, only to be found by the sailors on board and consequently, are locked up in the brig.
   
Migual uses an apple to convince Altivo, Cortes' horse, to get a bar; but Altivo gave them the keys which also helps. Tulio and Migual hijacked a rowboat, rescues Altivo (who was trying to get the apple) from drowning, and rows off to Spain. Eventually, the trio found land, but got scared when they spotted skeletons laying about. Migual saw the item which was one of the symbols on the maps and get excited that El Dorado existed. Tulio was upset with Migual at first, but the thought of gold convinced him to start the journey with Migual and Altivo. The journey was long, while meeting Bibo along the way, but they eventually found the stone that has the last symbol from the map. Tulio, seeing nothing but the waterfall behind the stone, thinks that they've came all this way for nothing.
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Miguel uses an apple to convince [[Altivo]], Cortés' horse, to find a pry bar to help them break free; only to be given a set of keys instead, much to Tulio's irritation. Tulio and Miguel then hijack a rowboat, rescue Altivo (who was trying to get the apple) from drowning, and intend to row off to Spain. After few days spent out at sea, with minimal, if no, rations or drinking water, they eventually find land. Overjoyed, they flee from their rowboat, only to be frightened at the sight of skeletons laying about on shore. As Tulio and Altivo run to the boat, Miguel spots a familiar landmark that matches the drawing depicted on the map of El Dorado. Angered at first, that Miguel had chosen to bring the map, Tulio is eventually persuaded by the thought of gold, that he agrees to join the overly excited Miguel on a journey to find the lost city. Meeting [http://dreamworks.wikia.com/wiki/Bibo Bibo], an armadillo they managed to unknowingly rescue from a predatory snake, along the way, they find the journey to be perilous, facing various issues along the way (mostly Tulio). As they near their destination, Tulio becomes more enthused by the idea, however, once they manage to fall down a cliff, landing before the last landmark, he returns to his irritable self. Seeing nothing but the waterfall behind the last stone, he believes that they've travelled all that way for nothing.
   
Tulio and the others were about to leave when Chel runs into them while being chased by guards. The guards toke Tulio, Migual, Chel, and Altivo (with Bibo following them), back to El Dorado; where Tulio and Migual were amazed by its beauty. At first Tulio thought that he and Migual are to be exacuted, but than learned that the people believe that he and Migual are gods. When Tzekel-Kan tells them to show them a sign, a voclano was starting to erupt. It was Tulio, who was trying to think, that yelled "STOP!" (at Migual) and the voclano stop erupting. This "sign" convinces the people that they are gods. Later, Chel meet up with them to make the deal with them which Tulio and Migual reluctantly agreed.
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Convinced that nothing lay beyond the stone, Tulio demanded Miguel get on the horse (Altivo), and intended to depart back the way they came, before a native woman runs into them: [http://dreamworks.wikia.com/wiki/Chel Chel]. The guards, that had apparently been chasing her, corner the Spanish men, before forcing the group to follow them back to El Dorado. Initially, the pair is ecstatic, and amazed, that the legendary city exists, however, their moods quickly change, once they expect to be executed. Once they reach the centre of the city, they are greeted by the high priest, [[Tzekel-Kan]] and [http://dreamworks.wikia.com/wiki/Chief_Tannabok Chief Tannabok], who, along with the citizens of El Dorado, believe the pair are gods. Tzekel-Kan demands the gods prove their glorious title before Tulio pulls Miguel aside for a quick talk. Annoyed, by Miguel's proclamations, he attempts to think of a plan to get them out of their situation. Meanwhile, a volcano begins to erupt, frightening the surrounding people. Panicked, Miguel begins to smack Tulio in the head, only furthering his irritation, before he exclaims, "STOP!". By coincidence, the erupting volcano stops, and the people are convinced, by the sign, that they are truly gods. After being lead up to their temple, and seemingly left alone, Tulio and Miguel laugh, bewildered and amused that the people bought their faux identities. Later, Chel appears, only to make a deal to keep their scam a secret, only if she can join in. The pair, Tulio more so, reluctantly agree.
   
During their stay in El Dorado, Tulio became attracted to Chel and was seen making out with her. But while Tulio still wanted to go back to Spain, Migual wanted to stay in El Dorado. When Cortes and his men are closing in, Tulio came up with a plan to knock down the pallers which causes the entrance to El Dorado to be blocked. Tulio was last seen running off with Migual, Chel, and Altivo to find new adventures and the way back to Spain.
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During their stay in El Dorado, Tulio becomes attracted to the girl, Chel (which Chel reciprocates), which eventually leads to them getting together, despite Tulio and Miguel having agreed that she was off-limits and her age. Miguel eventually finds out, which cements his desire to stay in El Dorado, while Tulio wanted to return to Spain. However, when Cortés and his men are closing in on the city, Tulio comes up with a plan to knock down the pillars, which would help seal the entrance to El Dorado forever. Miguel joins them, last minute, and they successfully see through his plan, losing their golden treasures in the process (much to Tulio's dismay) and run off with Chel and Altivo to find new adventures and a way back to Spain.
   
 
==Gallery==
 
==Gallery==
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Tulio chara sheet2 expressions poses.jpg|Animation reference sheet for Tulio
 
Tulio chara sheet2 expressions poses.jpg|Animation reference sheet for Tulio
 
Tulio chara sheet expressions.jpg|Animation reference sheet for Tulio's expressions
 
Tulio chara sheet expressions.jpg|Animation reference sheet for Tulio's expressions
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Miguel and Tulio in El Dorado.jpg
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Tulio misses gold.jpg
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The friends survived.jpg
 
</gallery>
 
</gallery>
   
 
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
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*TBA
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== Navigation ==
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{{The Road to El Dorado}}
 
[[Category:The Road to El Dorado characters]]
 
[[Category:The Road to El Dorado characters]]
 
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Latest revision as of 19:58, April 19, 2020

Tulio is one of the two main protagonists (alongside Miguel) of The Road to El Dorado. He is voiced by Kevin Kline.

PersonalityEdit

Tulio appears to be more the sensible and practical one, with Miguel being more of a dreamer. He is also very sarcastic and tends to boss Miguel around. Tulio is the more anxious member of the duo, at one point telling Miguel that "you can never worry too much." 

Role in FilmEdit

Both Tulio and Miguel are first seen on a wanted poster, presumably for their occupations: con artists. He is first seen rolling loaded dice (the number 7) to win a bet from a group of sailors. When a sailor, Zaragoza, bet the map to El Dorado, Tulio was disinterested, but quickly pressured into agreeing by Miguel. To make matters worse, Zaragoza demands Tulio use his (Zaragoza's) dice. Tulio ironically wins the bet fairly, however, the event ends on a sour note, as his loaded dice fall from his pocket, discovered by Zaragoza. Tulio and Miguel fake a duel and eventually flee from trouble with the sailors (and the guards), only to be pursued by an angered bull, and eventually the townspeople, and the guards. The duo hides in a pair of barrels that end up being shipped onto Cortés ship that was destined to depart for the New World. The duo break free from their barrel confinement, only to be found by the sailors on board and consequently, are locked up in the brig.

Miguel uses an apple to convince Altivo, Cortés' horse, to find a pry bar to help them break free; only to be given a set of keys instead, much to Tulio's irritation. Tulio and Miguel then hijack a rowboat, rescue Altivo (who was trying to get the apple) from drowning, and intend to row off to Spain. After few days spent out at sea, with minimal, if no, rations or drinking water, they eventually find land. Overjoyed, they flee from their rowboat, only to be frightened at the sight of skeletons laying about on shore. As Tulio and Altivo run to the boat, Miguel spots a familiar landmark that matches the drawing depicted on the map of El Dorado. Angered at first, that Miguel had chosen to bring the map, Tulio is eventually persuaded by the thought of gold, that he agrees to join the overly excited Miguel on a journey to find the lost city. Meeting Bibo, an armadillo they managed to unknowingly rescue from a predatory snake, along the way, they find the journey to be perilous, facing various issues along the way (mostly Tulio). As they near their destination, Tulio becomes more enthused by the idea, however, once they manage to fall down a cliff, landing before the last landmark, he returns to his irritable self. Seeing nothing but the waterfall behind the last stone, he believes that they've travelled all that way for nothing.

Convinced that nothing lay beyond the stone, Tulio demanded Miguel get on the horse (Altivo), and intended to depart back the way they came, before a native woman runs into them: Chel. The guards, that had apparently been chasing her, corner the Spanish men, before forcing the group to follow them back to El Dorado. Initially, the pair is ecstatic, and amazed, that the legendary city exists, however, their moods quickly change, once they expect to be executed. Once they reach the centre of the city, they are greeted by the high priest, Tzekel-Kan and Chief Tannabok, who, along with the citizens of El Dorado, believe the pair are gods. Tzekel-Kan demands the gods prove their glorious title before Tulio pulls Miguel aside for a quick talk. Annoyed, by Miguel's proclamations, he attempts to think of a plan to get them out of their situation. Meanwhile, a volcano begins to erupt, frightening the surrounding people. Panicked, Miguel begins to smack Tulio in the head, only furthering his irritation, before he exclaims, "STOP!". By coincidence, the erupting volcano stops, and the people are convinced, by the sign, that they are truly gods. After being lead up to their temple, and seemingly left alone, Tulio and Miguel laugh, bewildered and amused that the people bought their faux identities. Later, Chel appears, only to make a deal to keep their scam a secret, only if she can join in. The pair, Tulio more so, reluctantly agree.

During their stay in El Dorado, Tulio becomes attracted to the girl, Chel (which Chel reciprocates), which eventually leads to them getting together, despite Tulio and Miguel having agreed that she was off-limits and her age. Miguel eventually finds out, which cements his desire to stay in El Dorado, while Tulio wanted to return to Spain. However, when Cortés and his men are closing in on the city, Tulio comes up with a plan to knock down the pillars, which would help seal the entrance to El Dorado forever. Miguel joins them, last minute, and they successfully see through his plan, losing their golden treasures in the process (much to Tulio's dismay) and run off with Chel and Altivo to find new adventures and a way back to Spain.

GalleryEdit

TriviaEdit

  • TBA

Navigation Edit

v - e - d
Screen-shot el dorado
Characters
TulioMiguelTzekel-KanChelAltivoChief TannabokHernán CortésBiboZaragozaAcolyteStatue Jaguar
Objects
Tulio's Loaded DiceMap to El DoradoZaragoza's Dice
Location
El Dorado
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