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The Round Soldier was one of the Commonwealth soldiers sailing on the old bicorne, along with the General, the grenadier, and the baby soldier.

Appearance

The round soldier is a rotund figure with thin black hair who is often seen holding some food item, such as a baguette. He wears the uniform of the Commonwealth soldiers: a blue jacket and hat and white pants.

History

The round soldier sailed on the old bicorne until it was crashed into the washtub barge by Wirt. After Gregory, the captain of the washtub, was defeated, the Commonwealth soldiers sailed off in the washtub barge.

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