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  • Doughboy
  • Doughboy
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  • Name: Dopporsha, ( as known as "Doughboy") Age: 1 year old, but likely a toddler Voiced By: Christine Cavanaugh
  • Doughboy is a fictional character in the Wild Cards series of books. He is a mentally retarded giant with metahuman strength and puffy dough-like flesh. He lives with Shiner in the rooming house owned by Jube the Walrus and the pair share a father and son relationship.
  • Doughboy is WW1 styled British Soldier. They are able to train in barracks in Atomic Age: WW1. They are upgrade from Grenadiers. They are good against Citizens and Cavalry. In the 1st mission of the German campaign, they are renamed as Russian Infantry and are from the Industrial Age.
  • Doughboy is a shabti created by Julius Kane. He is activated by the phrase, "tell me what you know". Doughboy has no legs; Julius cut off Doughboy's legs so he will not escape and attempt to murder his masters. Doughboy is prideful and arrogant and seems to despise Magicians, particularly those of the Kane family. He doesn't like his name, Doughboy, and would prefer to be called Supreme-Force-Who-Crushes-His-Enemies. However, Sadie and Carter call him Doughboy anyways, and this makes him irritated and somewhat grumpy.
  • The term was used sparingly during World War II, gradually being replaced by "G.I.". It was still used in popular songs of the day, as in the 1942 song "Johnny Doughboy found a Rose in Ireland." It dropped out of popular use soon after World War II.
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Eye
  • Unknown
epoch
  • Atomic - WW1 only
Attack
  • 44
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Attack Type
  • Gun
WCTraits
  • Enhanced strength, giantism
BaseOfOperations
Pantheon
  • Egyptian
Build Time
  • 40.0
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Range
  • 6
Relatives
Appearances
  • The Red Pyramid
Residence
Speed
  • 12
FirstAppearance
  • Aces High
Armor
  • N/A
Status
  • Alive
Affiliation
Hair
  • Unknown
Name
  • "Doughboy"
  • Doughboy
Type
Caption
  • "Doughboy" in 2005
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Aliases
  • Doughboy
Allies
  • Arachne, Callie, Mr. Cricket, Mrs. Holland, Jube the Walrus, Sara Morgenstern
Species
PlaceOfBirth
  • USA
Citizenship
  • Citizen of the United States
Class
  • Joker
Image
  • Doughboy.JPG
Episode
Family
  • Unknown
HP
  • 370
Gender
  • Male
Portrayed
Creator
  • Victor Mil├ín
Upgrades To
trained at
pop count
  • 1
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  • Name: Dopporsha, ( as known as "Doughboy") Age: 1 year old, but likely a toddler Voiced By: Christine Cavanaugh
  • Doughboy is a fictional character in the Wild Cards series of books. He is a mentally retarded giant with metahuman strength and puffy dough-like flesh. He lives with Shiner in the rooming house owned by Jube the Walrus and the pair share a father and son relationship.
  • Doughboy is WW1 styled British Soldier. They are able to train in barracks in Atomic Age: WW1. They are upgrade from Grenadiers. They are good against Citizens and Cavalry. In the 1st mission of the German campaign, they are renamed as Russian Infantry and are from the Industrial Age.
  • Doughboy is a shabti created by Julius Kane. He is activated by the phrase, "tell me what you know". Doughboy has no legs; Julius cut off Doughboy's legs so he will not escape and attempt to murder his masters. Doughboy is prideful and arrogant and seems to despise Magicians, particularly those of the Kane family. He doesn't like his name, Doughboy, and would prefer to be called Supreme-Force-Who-Crushes-His-Enemies. However, Sadie and Carter call him Doughboy anyways, and this makes him irritated and somewhat grumpy.
  • The term was used sparingly during World War II, gradually being replaced by "G.I.". It was still used in popular songs of the day, as in the 1942 song "Johnny Doughboy found a Rose in Ireland." It dropped out of popular use soon after World War II.
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