Rosie

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''"We Can Do It!"''
''"We Can Do It!"''
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Rosie was a mid-level dollamancer in service to the Ad Council around the time of the Battle of Smokeybear.  Rosie disdained Cloth Golems and Tchotchkes in favor of Action Figures, making her similar to Ace Hardware of Jetstone in this respect.  Her assertive "We Can Do It!" philosophy led her to frequently lead her 'troops' into battle personally.  Her relationship with fellow caster McGruff is professional, if distant.  With Rosie's focus on the battlefield and McGruff's on internal security, their interests are too divergent to produce anything closer
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Rosie was a mid-level dollamancer in service to the [[Ad Council]] around the time of the [[Battle of Smokeybear]].  Rosie disdained [[Cloth Golem]]s and [[Tchotchkes]] in favor of [[Action Figure]]s, making her similar to [[Ace Hardware]] of [[Jetstone]] in this respect.  Her assertive "We Can Do It!" philosophy led her to frequently lead her 'troops' into battle personally.  Her relationship with fellow caster McGruff is professional, if distant.  With Rosie's focus on the battlefield and McGruff's on internal security, their interests are too divergent to produce anything closer.
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Revision as of 15:47, 14 May 2012

This page describes Fanon-level fan-created material. It does not conflict with Erfworld Canon, but it is not official.

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"We Can Do It!"

Rosie was a mid-level dollamancer in service to the Ad Council around the time of the Battle of Smokeybear. Rosie disdained Cloth Golems and Tchotchkes in favor of Action Figures, making her similar to Ace Hardware of Jetstone in this respect. Her assertive "We Can Do It!" philosophy led her to frequently lead her 'troops' into battle personally. Her relationship with fellow caster McGruff is professional, if distant. With Rosie's focus on the battlefield and McGruff's on internal security, their interests are too divergent to produce anything closer.

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