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Bluestone the Great was an ex-magician wanted in six states.
Bluestone is a male, with a lean figure and light complexion. He has short black hair, sideburns, and a moustache.
Despite his fugitive status for crimes in several states, Bluestone's demeanor was not malicious or cruel. He only wanted to keep away intruders while he searched for pirates' treasure.
Once he was captured and unmasked, Bluestone was initially displeased at how his plans were foiled, but smiled when Fred Jones inquired about his ability to walk through walls (which he referred to as “one of my best tricks”). He politely asked to demonstrate how his illusion of intangibility worked, as a final magic performance. Velma Dinkley complimented his skills, “I must admit, Mr. Bluestone, you’re a good magician, but a bad Phantom.”
Skills and abilitiesEdit
Being a skilled magician, he possessed several props that served as devices to frighten intruders, including a skull with glowing eyes and spooky voice, a levitating ham sandwich and jar, plus a suit of armor that could swing an axe, a flying carpet, and the "sawing a person in two" trick with a box and saw. His best ability was an illusion of intangibility, consisting of a trick mirror and a special projector, allowing him to cast his image anywhere he wanted, and by stepping away from the mirror, giving the appearance of walking through walls.
Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!Edit
- Bluestone the Great is simply referred to as "Magician" on his model sheet.
- His appearance (and name) are based on stage magician Harry Blackstone, Jr.
- He's the first culprit in the series not to appear before his unmasking.
In other languagesEdit