Judy Gale

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Dorothy was [[Overlord]] of [[Haffaton]]. She was kept in a drugged stupor at the end of a yellow brick road and close to an emerald [[City]].
Dorothy was [[Overlord]] of [[Haffaton]]. She was kept in a drugged stupor at the end of a yellow brick road and close to an emerald [[City]].
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She is described as a ghostly looking woman wearing a blue gingham dress, with white hair done in long, improbable braids. Her signamancy indicated personal decay; she is thin, skeletal to the point of weighing nothing at all; her teeth are rotten or missing; she seems to be missing her eyebrows, but marks had been drawn on her skin above her deep brown eyes which sort of resembled them.
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She is described as a ghostly looking woman wearing a blue gingham dress, with white hair done in long, improbable braids. Her [[signamancy]] indicated personal decay; she is thin, skeletal to the point of weighing nothing at all; her teeth are rotten or missing; she seems to be missing her eyebrows, but marks had been drawn on her skin above her deep brown eyes which sort of resembled them.
==Real World References==
==Real World References==

Revision as of 14:02, 7 November 2012

Proposed Canon

First Appearance: IPTSF Text 50

Dorothy was Overlord of Haffaton. She was kept in a drugged stupor at the end of a yellow brick road and close to an emerald City.

She is described as a ghostly looking woman wearing a blue gingham dress, with white hair done in long, improbable braids. Her signamancy indicated personal decay; she is thin, skeletal to the point of weighing nothing at all; her teeth are rotten or missing; she seems to be missing her eyebrows, but marks had been drawn on her skin above her deep brown eyes which sort of resembled them.

Real World References

She is, of course, named for the main character from the Wizard of Oz.

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Ruler of Haffaton Succeeded by:
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