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The assistant manager of the Juggalos Maddi works at, Trixie has been working at the restaurant for as long as anyone remembers, the de facto ruler of her tiny kingdom due to the manager/owner's perennial absence. Youthful and energetic belying her years, Trixie nonetheless runs a tight ship and doesn't tolerate slacking and disruptions, above all valuing cohesion and teamwork, which gave birth to her personal employee slogan: 'Everything's Better Together'.
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:iconbillytgxy:
Trixie is my favorite :-D
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:iconzemthyri:
I think the lack of a normal form implies that if you do we'll enough, you get the option of having the change be permanent.
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:iconalpha1978:
any chance to see her in normal form????
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:iconakitoexavior:
Those thighs could crush a boulder!!
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:iconstick-bag:
Hm... If she does look like this normally, could she have something to do with the invention of the pills that the other girls take?
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:iconthefwank:
Trixie is *not* the inventor of the pills, I'll say that right now.
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:iconstick-bag:
I didn't think she was the inventor. Just that maybe the inventor was able to use her as a template. Something about her genetics made the pills possible.
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sunflower-renegade Dec 23, 2010  Hobbyist Writer
This is something to ponder on, especially as she shews some authority in the later chapters that I wasn't expecting her to have...So looking forward to your next chapters, team!
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metagross111 Dec 23, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
BEisgewd has the million dollar question right there. Why isn't there a more 'normal' version of her to act as a contrast?
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