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Outside were a whole host of Fairytale Creatures, including the Pied Piper, and the Three Bears, who had set up camp there.
Nearby villagers with torches surrounded his home that evening, but he scared them off.After entering a turnstile, they came upon an information booth, where a group of singing wooden puppets (a spoof of Disney's sugary ) sang the song "Welcome to Du Loc" about the town's rules: "...Du Loc is a perfect place, Please keep off of the grass, Shine your shoes, wipe your...face, Du Loc is, Du Loc is, Du Loc is a perfect place." A trumpet fanfare led them forward to an arena where a tournament was being held for brave knights, with the winner acquiring the "privilege to go forth and rescue the lovely Princess Fiona from the fiery keep of the dragon" - Farquaad's ulterior motive was to marry Fiona after her rescue.Donkey sensed their increasing attraction for each other: "Wake up and smell the pheromones," although Shrek (as an ogre) felt unworthy of expressing his love for the Princess.The Donkey went looking for Fiona in the dilapidated windmill, and discovered to his utter shock that she had turned into a female ogre (ogress).Shrek wore a helmet of armor of protection, covering his ugly face.
The Donkey was the first to encounter a winged, yellow-eyed, monstrous fire-breathing dragon - and when Shrek came to the rescue, the dragon's tail tossed the ogre high into the air and he crashed into the Princess' chambers in the tower.
The next day in town, various fairytale creatures (a unicorn, a witch, Pinocchio, an irrepressible talking Donkey (voice of Eddie Murphy), etc.) were being sold by their owners and then caged, due to the orders of diminutive aristocrat Lord Farquaad (voice of John Lithgow) who had banished Fairytale characters into exile.
They were to be transported to resettlement facilities.
The cowardly Farquaad proposed that there be a tournament.
Shrek and the Donkey journeyed to Farquaad's 40 stories-high castle at Du Loc (a spoof of Disney World), where the parking lot (named after character Lancelot) and town square were seemingly deserted and quiet.
Farquaad forcibly wanted to know the whereabouts of the other detestable Fairytale creatures: "You and the rest of that fairy tale trash, poisoning my perfect world." Farquaad's guards brought in a long-prized object, the Magic Mirror (voice of Chris Miller) (from Disney's (including the show's music and pop-art daisy motifs), he was given the choice of three eligible bachelorette princesses: Cinderella, Snow White, or fiery redhead Princess Fiona (voice of Cameron Diaz), residing in a dragon-guarded castle surrounded by hot boiling lava.