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Scout

Scout, "inventing" something by touching it with a screwdriver.[1]

Scout Jones is the daughter of inventor Tim Jones and his wife Riley (née Beckwith), and a character appearing in the Bobbins relaunch. She was born in Wales after her parents moved to there from Tackleford in England, due to Tim having been forced into exile.

We first learned about Scout in Scary Go Round, when Shelley Winters gave Riley's pregnancy as the reason why she didn't include Tim in her "Super Best Friends Society", founded by Shelley for the purpose of helping her out during the Super Crisis Quests. Shelley didn't want to send a soon-to-be father into a dangerous and thus potentially lethal mission.[2]

When Scout was six years old [3], Tim did the mistake of leaving her unattended with one of his inventions. Although Tim took the precaution of telling Scout not to touch anything, she quickly thought up the loophole of touching the invention with a screwdriver.[4] This had the disastrous result of blowing up the house of the Jones family.[5] Luckily, nobody got hurt physically - but this incident caused a huge tear in Tim's and Riley's marriage. Tim deliberately took the whole blame in order to protect Scout from any feelings of guilt.[6] After Tim having started an affair with Shelley, he and Riley got divorced for good [7], which understandably caused Scout to hate Shelley.[8]

Scout is the cousin of Walt, the son of Amy Beckwith-Chilton and Ryan Beckwith, due to Ryan and Riley being siblings. She also has a half-sibling (a sister, according to Mordawwa [9]) that Tim has fathered with Shelley.[10] This makes her nominally related with most of the principal cast of Bobbins and Scary Go Round.

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