Gadget is a supporting character in League of Dwarfs. He is voiced by Michael Adamthwaithe.
Gadget was born in Dwarf Village to Dusty and Gidget. He was also a victim who lost his two parents in the Dwarf-Monster Massacre years ago. Growing up, he has taken a passion for mechanics, and has studied them to adulthood. Now, he is the village mechanic. Later on, he adopts an autistic 4-year-old dwarf girl who was lost in the woods.
Despite the usual mechanic personality stereotype, Gadget appears to be really kind and sweet to his customers. He never lets anyone down and brightens their day with a smile.
However, he also appears to be a bit disorganized. His shop is usually cluttered with spare parts or any other junk found in his garage.
Gadget is also learning to be more of a father during the series as well. In, Silent but Adorably Cute, Gadget bonds with a dwarf girl named Ella with a case of autism, but is deeply upset to return her to the orphanage. Later on, Chet and Sven surprise him with Ella, and he officially adopts her.
Gadget hardly gets distracted from his work, proving he is purpose-driven. He usually focuses on the task at hand, and, no matter how many times Chet distracts him, he never looks away.
Gadget is a slender dwarf, with pale skin, light brown hair and braided beard, and dark blue eyes.
He sports a teal-grey stocking cap and long sleeve, dark brown overalls, and caramel boots with orange soles. He usually has a dirt smudge on his right cheek.
Main article: Gadget/Gallery
- "No prob! I can fix that!"
- "Nice try, Chet"
- "Yes, I too lost my parents"
- (Near tears) "B-but, I love her!"
- Gadget is allergic to daisies.
- He is one of the many admirers of Brunette.
- Gadget gets his inventive talent from his parents, before they went missing or killed during the Dwarf-Monster Massacre.