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shared. The Scarecrow, with his newfound wisdom, taught Roger the subtle art of scarecraft, instilling in him the cleverness to outwit crows and the grace to dance with the wind. The Tin Man, whose chest swelled with the warmth of love, remembered fondly the day he crafted a miniature heart pendant for Roger, a symbol of their unbreakable bond.

The Lion, once a prisoner of his own fears, now stood tall and proud. He recounted the tale of how young Roger helped him face the shadows that lurked in the dark corners of the forest, teaching him that true bravery is not the absence of fear, but the strength to confront it.

And then, the Guardian of the Gates, a figure of authority and tradition, declared a change that rippled through the land of Oz. β€œNo longer shall we don the green spectacles,” he proclaimed, β€œfor the eyes of our hearts see clearer than any tinted glass could ever allow.” With Roger by his side, a living testament to the power of friendship and courage, the Guardian welcomed all to witness the true colors of oz Dorothy, said what can i do with the green glasses the soldier with the green whiskers said