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Name: Staggard Roscoe (Goes by his last name)
Parents & Story: Son of Bambi from Bambi, A Life in the Woods
Birthday: April 16
Sexuality: hetero (?)
Storybook Romance: “I’ve got more important things to focus on! Love is overrated!”
Species: Roe Deer
Royal or Rebel: Royal (?)
Why: He is very dedicated to the plan of becoming the next Grand Prince of the Forest. It's a good plan.
Personality: He’s a very independent guy. He’s a little sensitive over parents, making him moody at times and when he’s moody or upset he can become impulsive and impatient. He doesn’t think before he acts a lot, often saying what is on his mind before thinking it over. He sticks to a small circle of friends and can be at times ignorant, he denies things and is very stubborn as he really values his own opinions and thoughts. He’s a harsh guy.
Likes: Wildlife is a huge thing he likes. He enjoys hanging around outside, playing with flowers, exploring and finding new places, going on nature treks, etc. He is partially biased to like animals more than humans, by like a lot. Hearing new tall tales and exciting stories are a huge liking of his also. He also LOVES vegetables and fruits. He’s also into racing and hide-&-go-seek.
Dislikes: He hates hunting. He also hates watching people eat veal. He hates taxidermy, and he really doesn’t like guns or bows. He doesn’t enjoy being in confined, small spaces for a long time. Romance stories or anything sexual makes him gag. He also hates sitting around and doing nothing for a while.
History: Roscoe is not a baby anymore. He has always been distant with his father, hardly considering him one because of the relationship between the Grand Prince and Bambi in the story. He is not supposed to yet. He already lost his mother. There is a doe that is the new Faline, not the daughter of Faline however (obviously, they’d be brother and sister if she was) but he rejects her attempts at love for the story. He would like to become the Grand Prince of the Forest, which is what makes him a royal, but he wants to be there for his son all his life and he doesn’t want his future mate to die from a hunter.
Roscoe is a Norse name, meaning “deer forest” or “from the deer forest, but is derived from the words “roe-deer” which is the deer Bambi is in the Austrian original tale.
He does not like carnivorous animals, like wolves and such.
He turns into a adolescent roe deer.
As a human, he stands at 5’9”, and is still growing.
Speaks with an American accent, oddly.
Flowers just end up in his antlers. They switch up on what kinds are there. It’s probably a spell, but a curse, Roscoe says.