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'''Muddle''' was a [[Middlings|Middling]] and a servant to the King.
 
'''Muddle''' was a [[Middlings|Middling]] and a servant to the King.
   
Muddle and the King halted the [[Scarecrow]]'s fall down his beanpole and demanded that he pay a toll. After he paid it with an emerald, they briefly debated whether they should pull him into their kingdom and give him a coat a mud. Muddle considered the Scarecrow very poorly made, and asked him if he could work; the King scoffing at the Scarecrow's claim that he worked with his head. Muddle, deeming the stuffed man useless, allowed him to continue his fall. (''[[The Royal Book of Oz]]'')
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Muddle and the King halted the [[Scarecrow]]'s fall down his beanpole and demanded that he pay a toll. After he paid it with an emerald, they briefly debated whether they should pull him into their kingdom and give him a coat of mud. Muddle considered the Scarecrow very poorly made, and asked him if he could work; the King scoffed at the Scarecrow's claim that he worked with his head. Muddle, deeming the stuffed man useless, allowed him to continue his fall. (''[[The Royal Book of Oz]]'')
   
 
[[Category:Oz Book Characters]]
 
[[Category:Oz Book Characters]]

Latest revision as of 01:37, December 10, 2017

Muddle was a Middling and a servant to the King.

Muddle and the King halted the Scarecrow's fall down his beanpole and demanded that he pay a toll. After he paid it with an emerald, they briefly debated whether they should pull him into their kingdom and give him a coat of mud. Muddle considered the Scarecrow very poorly made, and asked him if he could work; the King scoffed at the Scarecrow's claim that he worked with his head. Muddle, deeming the stuffed man useless, allowed him to continue his fall. (The Royal Book of Oz)

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