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As a fire-starting cow, Betsy regularly starts fires for the Firefighter to put out, both in and outside of the stadium. Whenever Betsy kicks, the lantern behind her falls and breaks, starting a fire. There is always a lantern behind Betsy when she kicks.
Whenever the Firefighters score a home run, the fire bell goes off and Betsy kicks over a lantern. This causes the Royal Crown Malort hoses to spray throughout the stadium, putting out the fire.
Betsy is most famous for causing the Great Chicago Blaseball Fire, a tragic fire that destroyed much of Chicago, including the original Fire House and the original Firefighters team. Not much is known about her origins beyond a few burnt remains of an Arsonist's Grimoire, which is speculated to be where Betsy learned her fire-starting abilities.
As a cow, she is unable to speak, and thus cannot explain why she is so fond of kicking over lanterns or her motivations behind the Great Fire.
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