Betsy Murgatroyd

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==Proposed Canon==
==Proposed Canon==
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Sister Betsy Murgatroyd was a [[Healomancer]] in service to [[Faq]] before its destruction. {{ref | [[IPTSF_Text_30]] }}
Sister Betsy Murgatroyd was a [[Healomancer]] in service to [[Faq]] before its destruction. {{ref | [[IPTSF_Text_30]] }}
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==Speculation==
 
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==Real World Reference==
==Real World Reference==
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Betsy is a Healomancer. Healing powers coming from gods or Heaven is a well-known trope.
Betsy is a Healomancer. Healing powers coming from gods or Heaven is a well-known trope.
The phrases "Heavens to Betsy" and "Heavens to Murgatroyd" are both established expressions of surprise. The latter was first spoken in the 1944 film Meet the People, and became famous when used by the Hanna-Barbera cartoon character Snagglepuss. The former may have appeared in the late 19th century.
The phrases "Heavens to Betsy" and "Heavens to Murgatroyd" are both established expressions of surprise. The latter was first spoken in the 1944 film Meet the People, and became famous when used by the Hanna-Barbera cartoon character Snagglepuss. The former may have appeared in the late 19th century.

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Betsy Murgatroyd
Race: Men
Faction: Faq
Class: Caster (Healomancer)

Proposed Canon

Sister Betsy Murgatroyd was a Healomancer in service to Faq before its destruction. IPTSF_Text_30


Real World Reference

Betsy is a Healomancer. Healing powers coming from gods or Heaven is a well-known trope.

The phrases "Heavens to Betsy" and "Heavens to Murgatroyd" are both established expressions of surprise. The latter was first spoken in the 1944 film Meet the People, and became famous when used by the Hanna-Barbera cartoon character Snagglepuss. The former may have appeared in the late 19th century.

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