The three wise monkeys - Mizaru, Kikazaru, and Iwazaru - are three monkeys who reside in the Temple of Marimbo. They interact with the player as one entity and help you during the Monkey Madness quest and Freeing King Awowogei subquest of Recipe for Disaster. When first asked about it by the player, they claim each of them was cursed by King Awowogei to lose one sense, to try to prevent them from revealing his favourite dish. And say he had intended for them each to lose all their senses but the magician who cursed them had only enough ingredients for one spell. However, in Do No Evil it is revealed that they (along with the rest of the desert monkeys) actually lost their senses as a side effect when Amascut stole Apmeken's voice, sight, and hearing.
Mizaru is blind, Kikazaru is deaf and Iwazaru is mute, but they overcome their disabilities by co-operating with each other and communicating via sign language. This co-operation allowed them to escape the massacre of the desert monkeys carried out by Leeuni, Ayuni, and Eruni at Amascut's command.
They are important figures in the quest Do No Evil where the player reminds them about their goddess Apmeken and they charge the player into bringing monkeys back the desert, which the player does, taking them as well. After the player leaves a newly built colony, the monsters made from their goddess's stolen senses came and destroyed the settlement, kidnapping the monkey of which their sense had been stolen (EG: Blind Mizaru was kidnapped by Ayuni, made from Apmeken's sight). After being saved, the colony was rebuilt.
- The monkeys are based on the Japanese concept of sanbiki no saru (three wise monkeys) who represent the proverb "see no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil"
- Each of the three wise monkeys' names are Japanese. Mizaru means 'see monkey', Kikazaru means 'hear monkey' and Iwazaru means 'speak monkey', the traditional names of the monkeys in the proverb. They also happen to mean "not seeing," "not hearing," and "not speaking," respectively.
- During one conversation Mizaru calls you a "cheeky monkey", a common British phrase meaning someone whose been rude or naughty, often in a humorous way.
- The monkeys can be found reciting the lyrics to a song during and after Do No Evil. This song is the Japanese single "Monkey Magic"; doubly fitting, as it involves both monkeys and the Asiatic origins of the characters.
- If at the wrong place during Do No Evil (not near the camel humps), Mizaru will comment that it doesn't look right and Kikazaru will comment that it doesn't sound right, although they cannot have an idea.
- After completion of Do No Evil you can choose to talk to them and if you choose the dialogue option "leave" they will say "See you later, crocodile" and "In a while, alligator" this is a switch of the phrases "See you later, alligator" and "In a while, crocodile"