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Addendum: Sadly, Ellowyne’s journals, in which she discussed her therapy sessions with Dr. Bantam, were lost from the Wilde Imagination website when it merged with Tonner Doll Company. I am looking through old doll magazines and story cards to serve as a source for the canonical Ellowyne storyline. I remember some things, like the story of how Penn was introduced to the Wilde women and, to his utter chagrin, Rufus. I also remember Amber’s stories, especially the drama that accompanies her. If anyone has saved Ellowyne’s journal entries, please let me know. Thank you in advance!