Dorothy as Illustrated by Niθ.
|Kanji||ドロシー ロリーナ ボーム|
|Rōmaji||Doroshi Roriina Boom|
|Eye Color||Light Blue|
|Height||154cm (Approx 5'1")|
She wears a white and orange bodysuit with a "7" on it, with matching hair accessories, gloves and boots.
She isn't very bright, but she doesn't miss a chance to bicker with Alice, and doesn't hesitate to provoke her when she beats her to the treasure, even if she's physically weaker than her. Actually, she's been in love with Alice since they were little. She worries when her subordinates in the Baum Foundation (Lumberjack, Scarecrow and Löwe) are in danger, and they deeply care for her, even beyond what their work asks of them.
She has the ability not to fall for any trap (the main reason why she gets ahead of Alice when they race to explore ancient ruins), and people call her the "good luck fairy". She usually uses Lumberjack's armor (made of "Roswell metal") as her "powered suit" to protect herself when on an adventure.
A subordinate under Dorothy, Löwe is a woman who possesses lion genes, and her combat ability is said to even rival that of Alice's Boost State. She wears a black unitard with teal hip pieces and white robotic legs and arms, coupled with sharp claws.
A subordinate under Dorothy, Lumberjack is a strengthened soldier whose body is covered in "Rosswell" metal, and is also used as Dorothy's power suit.
A subordinate under Dorothy, Scarecrow is the Head of Intelligence, abilities on par with those of Hatter, and she is also a genius-level engineer. She wears a maid outfit.
- Just like Alice is based on Alice in Wonderland, Dorothy is based on the Wizard of Oz, as her surname and the name of her subordinates suggest.
- The seven on her bodysuit may be a reference to her uncanny luckiness, as seven is regarded as a lucky number.
- She bears a striking resemblance to Naoe Kanetsugu from the Hyakka Ryouran Series. Her mother Glinda, also resembles another character from the same series, Charles D'artagnan .
- Lumberjack resembles Alphonse Elric of the Full Metal Alchemist series.