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Does not appear to be as widely used as the [[Shmucker]]. Possible reference to [[wikipedia:Ayn Rand|Ayn Rand]]. May also be a reference to the [[wikipedia:South African rand|real-world currency]] of the same name. Could also be tied into a Janice Rand<sup>[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Janice_Rand]</sup> (from Star Trek) reference, since the first use of the currency was when [[Sizemore Rockwell|Sizemore]] paid Janis for hippiemancy lessons.
Does not appear to be as widely used as the [[Shmucker]]. Possible reference to [[wikipedia:Ayn Rand|Ayn Rand]]. May also be a reference to the [[wikipedia:South African rand|real-world currency]] of the same name. Could also be tied into a Janice Rand<sup>[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Janice_Rand]</sup> (from Star Trek) reference, since the first use of the currency was when [[Sizemore Rockwell|Sizemore]] paid Janis for hippiemancy lessons.
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Rands may be used as a way to limit the power of [[Moneymancy|Moneymancers]] in the Magic Kingdom by existing outside their sphere of influence, but this will not be able to be confirmed until more is known about them.
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[[Category:Proposed Canon]]
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[[Category:Speculation]]

Revision as of 23:39, 7 May 2009

Proposed Canon

The Rand is a unit of currency used in the Magic Kingdom.[1][2]

Speculation

Does not appear to be as widely used as the Shmucker. Possible reference to Ayn Rand. May also be a reference to the real-world currency of the same name. Could also be tied into a Janice Rand[3] (from Star Trek) reference, since the first use of the currency was when Sizemore paid Janis for hippiemancy lessons.

Rands may be used as a way to limit the power of Moneymancers in the Magic Kingdom by existing outside their sphere of influence, but this will not be able to be confirmed until more is known about them.

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