roger of oz

Dorothy, with a heart full of hope, spoke her first wish. “I wish the Guardian of the Gates knew a boy called Roger here in Oz.”

Jim the genie swirled in a vortex of magical energy, and with a snap of his fingers, the wish was cast. “Granted,” he declared. “The Guardian now holds memories of young Roger, a lad of courage and kindness, known for his adventures across the Munchkin Country.”

The Guardian of the Gates, a figure of eminence in the Emerald City, suddenly felt a warm familiarity in his heart. He remembered Roger, a boy with a spirit as bright as the stars, who once helped him untangle the melody of the silver bells that adorned the grand entrance to the city.

As the story unfolded, the characters found themselves intertwined with the memories of Roger. The Scarecrow recalled teaching him the art of scarecraft, the Tin Man remembered crafting a miniature heart pendant for him, and the Lion reminisced about the time Roger helped him overcome his fear of shadows and the The Guardian of the Gates, said about no green spectacles now the rules have changed at roger is with him