Sizemore Rockwell

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Sizemore Rockwell
Race: Men
Tribe: Plaid Tribe (nearly lost)
Faction: Gobwin Knob
Class: Caster (Dirtamancer)
Eyebook Username: ImInUrDirtz
Eyebook Sound: Choo

Canon

Proposed Canon

Speculation

Plot

Sizemore Rockwell is a Dirtamancer in the service of Lord Stanley. His main duty as the story opens is to animate crap golems. Earlier, he bored a large number of mining tunnels in the volcanic base of Gobwin Knob; however the gems have now been mined out. He had also, at some point, crafted multiple Soft Rock Golems, Hard Rock Golems, Acid Rock Golems, and one Metal Golem.

His personality is that of a meek intellectual. He has attempted to learn various types of magic, and has a basic theoretical understanding of magic in general, but has no practical ability at using any magics other than Dirtamancy.

Soon after Parson is summoned, Sizemore teaches him some of the basics of the Erfworld magic system, and teaches him about several magic items, and about the Thinkamancy link. After Stanley leaves Gobwin Knob, Parson leaves him to modify the tunnels under Gobwin Knob along with his golems.

During the tunnel battle in Gobwin Knob, Sizemore led the Gobwins and his Golems into battle, using traps and bombs to diminish the Jetstone forces swarming the tunnels. Eventually, he was cornered by Warlords Webinar and Dora. He killed both Warlords by healing an incapcitated Golem, which crushed them both.

After the walls were pierced by the remaining RCC, Sizemore was linked with Maggie and Wanda Firebaugh to uncroak the volcano Gobwin Knob was built on. Upon successful eruption of the volcano, all of the RCC was destroyed, and Sizemore managed to also use the eruption to blast valuable gems to the surface of the mountain for recovery.

Real World References

Sizemore's name is derived from the stage names of two members of the band Assrockers: Durt Sizemore and Riff Rockwell.WoT-1646581

It is also worth noting that one of the earliest patents for a shovel design was given to James B. Sizemore.