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Name: Rosy Stiches
Gender: female
Age: young mare
Species: unicorn 
Eye colour: blue 
Character colour: Dark green
Mane/Tail/Other: medium length dark brown mane and tail

Other: she wears a bucket on her head to protect her horn
Physique: thin build, do to a genetic defect her horn developed upside down and fused with her skull leaving the horns riot exposed. As a result, any spells she casts affect her as well
Residence: Manehatten
Occupation: she works as a healer in a free clinic located in an ally behind a fancy restaurant in Manehatten
Cutie Mark: a stitched together heart
Unique Traits: the only spell she can safely cast is the healing spell that gave her her talent which sends her into a relaxed, trans-like state, and requires her to remove the bucket from her head exposing her vulnerable ingrown horn. If anything damages her horn during this time she would loose the ability to use magic 
History: the daughter of a dish washer and a doctor, Rosy’s father left her mother for another mare leaving his old medical textbooks behind. Unable to afford the correctional surgery for her daughters disability Rosy grew up unable to perform the simplest of levitation spells. Do to her mother’s meager earnings Rosy never attended school and instead taught herself to read via her fathers old medical texts. This was where she learned the comfort healing spell which was designed to calm individuals suffering from intense physical trauma while slowly healing the injury. One day her mom cut herself badly on one of the knives she was washing. Rosy quickly rested her forehead against the wound and focused on the injury like the book instructed, she felt her body relax as her mother’s pained breathing slowed down and the injury knitted itself back together.
Character Personality: calm, quiet and all ways eager to help those in need regardless of who or what they are.
Character Summary: she is a young mare who is determined to make life better one life at a time. She believes that saving lives is payment enough and that everyone deserves medical treatment no matter what.

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