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  • Fumble
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  • The show starts with WordGirl delivering Beau Handsome to his podium, after she freed him from captivity in Tell Her What She's Won!. After watching the clips, Emily incorrectly guesses that "Fumble" means to carry a huge stack of books. Then Tommy rings in with the correct definition: To handle an object clumsily. In the bonus round, Tommy correctly chooses picture #2, in which Chuck fumbled one of his rays.
  • Fumble is the tertiary antagonist from For Own Paws Only, the second book of the Spy Mice trilogy. He also appears as minor antagonist in the first and third book. He is an agent in the Spy Mice Agency, but in fact he works for Roquefort Dupont and his rat gang.
  • Fumble is a spell that when cast increases the chances that the enemy will miss hitting the player for 1 minutes and 30 seconds. This makes it ideal for really hard bosses or PvP.
  • A fumble in American and Canadian football occurs when a player, who has possession and control of the ball loses it before being downed (tackled) or scoring. By rule, it is any act other than passing, kicking or successful handing that results in loss of player possession. A fumble may be forced by a defensive player who either grabs or punches the ball or butts the ball with his helmet (a move called "tackling the ball"). A fumbled ball may be recovered and advanced by either team (except, in American football, after the two-minute warning in either half or 4th down, when the fumbling player is the only offensive player allowed to advance the ball, otherwise the ball is ruled dead at the spot of recovery if the ball bounces backwards or spotted at the point of the fumble if the ball trav
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Level
  • 35
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figure
Spellbook
  • Normal
type of villain
  • Rodent / Double Agent / Usurper
Rarity
  • Rare
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Number
  • 53
Goals
  • Get a job as a field agent
  • Become Minister of Mouse Affairs after the rats take control over mice
Element
  • N/A
Set
  • Fishies
Origin
  • Spy Mice
Skills
  • Spying, insults
Name
  • Fumble
Type
  • Combat
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exp
  • 45
Members
  • No
Alias
  • None
Hobby
  • Taunting Glory
Species
  • Acrobatic Seastar
Image size
  • 150
Occupation
  • Agent in the Spy Mice Agency
Release
  • 2008-09-08
Fullname
  • Fumble
Damage
  • N/A
Size
  • 300
sound file
  • fumble.ogg
abstract
  • A fumble in American and Canadian football occurs when a player, who has possession and control of the ball loses it before being downed (tackled) or scoring. By rule, it is any act other than passing, kicking or successful handing that results in loss of player possession. A fumble may be forced by a defensive player who either grabs or punches the ball or butts the ball with his helmet (a move called "tackling the ball"). A fumbled ball may be recovered and advanced by either team (except, in American football, after the two-minute warning in either half or 4th down, when the fumbling player is the only offensive player allowed to advance the ball, otherwise the ball is ruled dead at the spot of recovery if the ball bounces backwards or spotted at the point of the fumble if the ball travels forward). It is one of three events that can cause a turnover (the other two being an interception or turnover on downs), where possession of the ball can change during play. Under American rules a fumble may be confused with a muff. A muff occurs where a player drops a ball that he does not have possession of, such as while attempting to catch a lateral pass or improperly fielding a kicking play such as a punt (you can't "fumble" a loose ball). Ball security is a term used to describe the ability of a player to maintain control over the football during play and thus avoid a fumble.
  • The show starts with WordGirl delivering Beau Handsome to his podium, after she freed him from captivity in Tell Her What She's Won!. After watching the clips, Emily incorrectly guesses that "Fumble" means to carry a huge stack of books. Then Tommy rings in with the correct definition: To handle an object clumsily. In the bonus round, Tommy correctly chooses picture #2, in which Chuck fumbled one of his rays.
  • Fumble is the tertiary antagonist from For Own Paws Only, the second book of the Spy Mice trilogy. He also appears as minor antagonist in the first and third book. He is an agent in the Spy Mice Agency, but in fact he works for Roquefort Dupont and his rat gang.
  • Fumble is a spell that when cast increases the chances that the enemy will miss hitting the player for 1 minutes and 30 seconds. This makes it ideal for really hard bosses or PvP.
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