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Re: Rufferto iz da man!



Sage puts up with him and doesn't useually act hostile (except in "King
Sage")...  That's more than most people.

>Or perhaps da dog. . . 
>
>but anyways, I like Rufferto in there.  It seems to me that no one else in 
>the Groo "universe" likes Groo or even sees Groo as a friend(except for that 
>one chick in the death of Groo-- I forget her name).  And since everyone 
>needs a friend and/or someone to love, the need for Rufferto arose.  Although 
>Groo would most likely not go around the whole world sulking that he doesn't 
>have a friend, there still is a need for it because the reader would want it 
>for Groo.  Rufferto fits the bill quite nicely, and certainly didn't 
>"automatically become the leading character."
>
>that's all I have to ramble on about
>
>Jacob S.
>