American Dragon Jake Long
Character Statistics
Gender: Female
Age Group: 15
Date of Birth: 1991, Connecticut
Hair and Eye Color: Blonde


Created By: Jeff Goode
Occupation: Student
Dragon Slayer(formerly)
Sisters: Daisy(Rose's Twin)
Mother: Rose's Mother
Father: Rose's Father
Boyfriend: Jake Long
Friends: Trixie Carter

Arthur Spudinski
Luong Lao Shi
Fu Dog
Sara and Kara

Nemesis: Huntsman

The Dark Dragon
Brad Morton
#88 & #89
Hans Rotwood
Guardian Serpent

Production Info
Portrayed by: Mae Whitman
First Appearance: Old School Training
Last Appearance: The Hong Kong Longs

Rose (alias Huntsgirl) is the main romantic love interest, crush, and girlfriend of the titular character throughout most of their relationship until the events of "Homecoming."

Unknown to her for most of her life, she has an identical twin sister whose first name and whereabouts are unknown, even after all of history was rewritten by Jake's irreversible wish for Rose to have the normal life she had wanted.

Physical Appearance

Rose is well-known for being a considerably attractive young woman. She has long blonde hair, baby blue eyes (astral blue in Season 2) and a slender, almost hourglass-like figure. Also, in her next year of school, she is shown to have pierced ears. She has a birthmark on her right palm and wrist resembling a Chinese dragon, otherwise known as the "Mark of the Huntsclan".

When first encountered as the Huntsgirl, her Huntsclan uniform was green with black ku-lii slippers. However, upon returning to the Huntsclan Academy, it was changed to a dark purple-red with black boots. When she moved to Hong Kong, she wore a white tee-shirt that has blue borders (the shirt changed to a v-neck with no borders), hot pink pants (changed to Turkish pink and removed the red rose), a headband and clog-like sandals (changed to look more flat). In Season 2, she appeared with a flower necklace, light blue earrings, a brown belt and doesn't wear a headband. This clothing was replaced with her new school's uniform which is the norm for Hong Kong schools indicating she goes to a private school. The school's colors may be yellow and blue. During the scene where she helps battle The Dark Dragon however, she wears black gloves, a dark red shirt under a black leather jacket, dark red pants with a black belt, and black high-heeled boots.

Background Info/History

Rose was a member of the Huntsclan. Initially, Rose revealed very little about her past or history. She was simply "the new girl" at Jake Long's school, and nothing was really found out about her early childhood until much later in their relationship.

According to her the Huntsclan was her only family for as long as she could remember – saying earliest memory was "lying in my Hunts-crib, crying out for my Hunts-nanny to change my Hunts-diaper"[1]. Her skills were exceptional enough to have been accepted as apprentice to the Huntsman himself while working in the field in New York. Taken under his wing as his ward, he personally indoctrinated her with his views about magical creatures as being disgusting and unnatural, and in the methods of hunting.

During a class ski trip[2], Jake discovered Rose was also the Huntsgirl and was uncertain whether to love or fight the woman of his dreams, but eventually realized that he strongly cared about her and that his strong romantic feelings for her were indeed mutual and genuine. Which later prompted him to reveal to her his identity as the American Dragon while being hunted by the Huntsclan along with other captive magical beings.

Rose had been told by the Huntsman that both of her biological parents died shortly after she was born before being taken in and raised by the Huntsclan. However during a shared dream experience where she and Jake spent time together while asleep, she discovered that her parents as well as a twin sibling did not die. Rather, the Huntsman, as well as Huntsclan members working undercover in the hospital, kidnapped Rose shortly after her birth, having noticed her dragon-shaped birthmark. The names and whereabouts of her family remained largely unknown until after her wish for the Huntsclan to be destroyed, where having never been taken by the Huntsclan, she and her family moved to Hong Kong, China[3]. However, her twin remained unseen.

After Rose's wish for all Huntsmen to be destroyed—herself included, Jake immediately wished she had never been a member of the Huntsclan. This ended their relationship until the Dark Dragon attacked the Dragon Council in Hong Kong and Rose regained her memory after being shown a picture of her and Jake at the dance. In a display of her innate natural prowess and abilities, she helped Jake fight and defeat the Dark Dragon[4]. After finding out Jake's secret, her 2 lives blended into one as she reviewed for herself what was right and decided to help Jake protect the magical world, eventually losing all of her memory of the Huntsclan due to the same wish Jake made.


Initially, her two sides were kept a secret, and as Rose was generally sweet and caring, but rather modest and somewhat shy. As the Huntsgirl, her good-hearted and sweet personality was almost the complete opposite: a daring, dedicated, and somewhat vicious persona filled her duties as a Huntsclan apprentice. She shared the same beliefs of the Huntsclan – of the vile and unnatural nature of magical creatures, especially dragons – and was compelled to carry out actions with that mindset.

Rose's more violent nature as the Huntsgirl often surfaced in her normal identity as she began to try and associate with Jake and his duties. It also caused her more "normal" life as Rose to surface in her duties as the Huntsgirl, which had her being perceived as acting oddly in the face of the Clan and her superior.

Natural Talents and Abilities, and Interests

Rose/Huntsgirl with Huntsman

A few of her "normal" interests included an obsession over teen sensation Jaren MacCarther[5], as well as a talent for acting as she won the lead female role in the Millard Fillmore Middle School production of Antony and Cleopatra[6].

More of her natural abilities can be illustrated through her acts as the Huntsgirl. Rose has amazing acrobatic skills, as she is seen making tremendous leaps and bounds while fighting with large magical creatures[7][8]. She also has skill in hand-to-hand fighting and other physical combat techniques as well as skilled use in almost all of the Huntsclan's frequently used weaponry, of which the most primary one being a staff/spear which all Huntsclan members seem to carry. She is also a good archer with excellent accuracy[9]. She has also shown a somewhat deep understanding of various magical creatures and items, even discovering the various aspects of the "Dream Corridor" through her Dream Charm[1].


Season One

Season Two

Personal Conflicts

Like Jake Long, Rose must deal with the personal conflicts in her life by being both Rose and the Huntsgirl. That is, until when Jake wished she had never been taken from her parents by the Huntsclan, thereby erasing her life as Huntsgirl from ever happening[3].

Secret Identity

By Rose secretly being the Huntsgirl, apprentice to the Huntsman, made her situation a parallel to Jake's, as neither were allowed to have what could be called a normal childhood experience. A good example of this was during the days leading up to the school play in which Jake looked forward to the opportunity to kiss her[6], and they were trying to rehearse their parts while also as Huntsgirl and American Dragon were fighting for possession of a Magical Scarab. Her secret identity was exposed while on a school ski trip weekend[2], even though she was unaware Jake was a dragon and thus knew it until much later[9]. Eventually[3], her life as the Huntsgirl was erased when Jake used the Aztec Skulls in order to save her from actual destruction by wishing she had never been kidnapped by the Huntsman.


Jake Long

"Just trust that I really have feelings for you, but we need to spend some time apart."

Rose meets Jake for the first time.

Bumping into Jake as she was starting to attend Millard Fillmore Middle School, Rose instantly became the object of his strong and pure romantic love and affections. At first, she was not too romantically involved with Jake, and agreed to go with Brad, to the upcoming school dance. While at the dance, Brad ditched her for Jake's date Jasmine, finding the latter to be prettier. Noticing Rose's heartbreak, Jake approached her and asked her to dance, saying that he wanted to dance with the prettiest girl in the room. After this, she showed more interest in Jake, and gradually began to spend more time with him at school sponsored functions, such as a dance[10], rehearsing for a school play[6], and eventually even a first date while on a class ski trip[2]. She even went as far as to allow Jake over to her home to rehearse for the play, knowing that the Huntsman would never allow her to bring guests over.

Rose's life as the Huntsgirl was something which kept interfering with her time with Jake, causing her to miss out on the play and take off right before the two could share their first kiss. Jake eventually discovered Rose to actually be the person who he had been fighting for months, and became hesitant to even spend mere seconds around her. She became rather worried, displaying apparent feelings for Jake, for his avoidance of her. During her participation in the Huntsclan's Grand Equinox Hunt, she soon started to realize that there was a rather familiar persona from the American Dragon, despite him being a creature she had been wanting to slay ever since she first laid eyes upon him[9]. Her suspicion turned out to be correct, as Jake revealed his identity just as she was about to slay him. Surprised and confused, she quickly ran off, sparing his life. Jake learned later at school that Rose had transferred to an unknown school, only leaving behind a photo taken of the two at a school dance for him.

Because of her failure to slay the American Dragon, Rose was sent back to the Huntsclan Academy, where she was kept in the dark about the Huntsclan's plans. Despite this, she did eventually catch wind of a terrible plot by the Huntsman, and used her dream charm bracelet to enter Jake's dreams and warn him. Jake asked what would happen to her, and she told him not to try to save her. Jake tells her that she's worth the danger, and kisses her. Sometime later, Jake and Spud showed up at the Huntsclan Academy, disguised as Huntsclan Trainees trying to recover the details of the Huntsman's plot[7]. Surprised and happy to see Jake again, she decided to help them with their mission. After Jake's identity as a dragon was compromised, the Huntsman used this opportunity to allow Rose to have a second chance at slaying a dragon. Despite her efforts to try and free Jake before their battle, Jake insists they go through with it, not wanting Rose to be blamed for his escape. The two concocted a plan where Rose would plant a potion in the battle dome for Jake to drink that would give him a temporary appearance of death. Moments before their battle, a worried Rose asks Jake if he has any last requests, resulting in the two sharing their first real-life kiss. Their battle plan proved to be successful, fooling the Huntsman into thinking Jake was dead. For her victory, Rose was able to be reinstated with the Huntsman and move back to New York City, where she would once again attend Millard Fillmore Middle School, but warned Jake that the Huntsman would be keeping a close watch on her.

"I would never have the courage to say this in the real world"

Sometime later, Jake walked Rose to school one morning. Rose was happy, and the two reminisced on the times they had spent fighting one another, and she commented how weird it was that only months prior, she found dragons to be hideous and disgusting creatures. She then became downcast, realizing that spending too much time with Jake could put them both in danger, which quickly proved to be true as the two were interrupted by #88 and #89, along with the Aztec Serpent. The Huntsboys saw Rose fighting alongside dragon Jake, causing her to run off and tell him that they couldn't see one another anymore. Not convinced of the danger, Jake set it up so that the two would be partners for a science project. Rose was hesitant, but eventually agreed. This however came at a time when Jake began his periodic molting, causing his skin to become gray and pimply. Afraid of Rose's reaction, he began avoiding her, much to her confusion and worry, as she had just been informed of the Huntsman's plan to use the Aztec Skulls to rid the world of all magical creatures. Upon her failure to retrieve one of said skulls in a cavern that night, having let Jake escape with it, #88 and #89 informed the Huntsman of their suspicions that Rose was working with a dragon. The Huntsman demands Rose bring him the pelt of the dragon, threatening her that refusal to do so would count as an admission of treason.

Rose showed up at the shop, informing Jake that the Huntsman was using the serpent to track down the skull. After Jake and the Huntsman battled and Jake was nearly defeated, Rose used her staff to knock him unconscious for a bit, and sadly told Jake that she would have to leave the city for not being able to provide proof of slaying a dragon. Jake felt incredibly guilty for his actions, admitting to her that he had been avoiding her, ashamed of his molting skin. Rose was unbothered by this, assuring him that she liked him for who he was. With Trixie and Spud's help, using their 100 Use Cream science project, Jake was able to shed off his dragon skin, which Rose used as proof to the Huntsman. The next day at school, Rose and Jake concluded that being seen together was just too risky for the both of them. Rose was saddened, telling Jake that she would love to hang out with him, to which he teased her for "having it bad for the Jakeman." Rose smiled and handed him a dream charm bracelet identical to her own, which would allow the two of them to have literal "dream dates" with one another, away from the prying eyes of the Huntsman.

The two began to see each other nearly every night through their dreams, and Rose quickly became comfortable with showing signs of physical affection with Jake, such as hugging his arm or holding onto his hand. On one particular date, Rose told Jake about having been adopted by the Huntsclan after her parents died when she was an infant (which she believed to be true at the time). Later in the same date, she told Jake that she wanted to tell him something she wouldn't have the courage to say in the real world, most likely that she loved him. Before she could say it, however, Jake was awoken by his alarm clock going off.

Their relationship only grew stronger, and Jake eventually asked her to join him on the school's Love Cruise. She hesitantly agreed, still cautious about being seen in person with him. Around this time, Lao Shi grew worried that Jake's relationship with Rose was causing him to grow unfocused and distracted, which could result in him being slain easily. He approached Rose with his concerns, asking her to break up with Jake for his own safety. Rose initially was against the idea, not wanting to break either of their hearts, but soon reluctantly agreed. She found Jake later that day, sadly telling him that they shouldn't go on the Love Cruise and should spend time apart, but not before assuring him that she genuinely had strong feelings for him and kissed his cheek. Unbeknownst to her, Jake had just been entrusted with guarding Cupid's arrows, and used one on her that night at the Love Cruise, after mistakenly thinking she had come to be with Brad. What Jake didn't realize, however, is that Rose was already deeply in love with him, and hitting her with an arrow resulted in turning that love into hatred, and she attacked him and sent an army of Huntsclan after him. The two battled for a while before Jake was able to hit her with another arrow, in turn restoring her feelings for him. Realizing that Jake was indeed becoming too distracted, Rose painstakingly told him that their relationship should be strictly professional from that point on. Despite their breakup, the two still had feelings for one another, and Rose was touched when she received a painting of herself that Haley did, signing Jake's name to it.

A while later, the two bumped into one another at school, Jake seemingly hurt that he hadn't seen Rose outside of the Huntsclan much lately. Feeling guilty, Rose tried to assure him that this was for the best, before Sun approached the two, informing them that they had been nominated for homecoming king and queen. Rose is uncertain, but before the two can really discuss anything, she is called by the Huntsclan, who have just tracked down the last of the Aztec skulls. As the two pretended to fight each other over the skull, they ended up in a security room for a few moments alone, and Jake asks her if she'd consider going to homecoming with him. She promises him that they would talk later, and the next day was surprised and touched to see that Jake had secretly set up the cafeteria into a ballroom for just the two of them. As they dance, Rose admits to him that she wants to live a normal life, but would have nowhere to go if she left the Huntsclan. Jake reminds her of what she saw in the dream realm of being kidnapped from her parents instead of them having died, and that he wants to help her find them. Rose, feeling overwhelmed by his kindness, excitedly tells him that they should go to homecoming together. Later that day, she was approached by the Huntsman, who had seen video footage of her talking to dragon Jake the night before, and blackmailed her with the safety of her parents if she didn't comply and retrieve the remaining skulls.

At the homecoming dance, Jake is informed by Fu that Rose had helped break into the shop and stolen the skulls for the Huntsman, and she soon showed up with an entire Huntsclan army. She apologized to Jake for her betrayal, but unbeknownst to him, had a plan that she soon put into action. She fought with Jake for a time, and eventually succeeded in chaining him up, preventing him from stopping the Huntsclan for placing the skulls in the pantheon statues. Just as the Huntsman stepped up to make his wish for the destruction of all magical creatures, Rose shot him from behind and finished the sentence with the destruction of all Huntsclan instead, resulting in Huntsclan members one by one being lifted into the air by their birthmarks before vanishing. She then lets a horrified Jake free, who doesn't understand why she made the wish that she did. She assures him that this was for the best, and that by destroying the Huntsclan, he and his family would all be safe. Jake desperately tried to stop her from being lifted into the air along with her fellow Huntsclan members, but she gently told him to let go, and promised him that she would be okay, and that she would never forget him. Refusing to let her die, Jake quickly used the skulls to instead wish that she had never been taken by the Huntsclan in the first place, and she disappeared.

This wish resulted in Rose's entire life being rewritten, and when Jake ran into her the next day after school, she had no memory of him, although did mention he looked really familiar to her. Jake thought this would result in the two of them being able to start over their relationship, but she soon informed him of her dad's job transfer, and that she and her family would be moving to Hong Kong shortly. As her parents arrived, Jake saw her off with a smile, happy that she was finally with her family as she always should've been.

Several months later, Rose was living happily with her family in Hong Kong. Unbeknownst to her, Jake and his family (along with Trixie and Spud) were on vacation in the city, where Lao Shi was kidnapped by the recently resurrected Dark Dragon, who was also trying to control all the dragons and rule over the magical world. Feeling helpless and desperate, Jake tracked Rose down and tried to convince her of her original life as a dragon slayer. Naturally, she didn't believe him, and his refusal to leave her alone resulted in her calling her parents, who in turn called the police. Jake begged Rose to try and remember him as the police hauled him off, but to no avail. It wasn't until later that she discovered that the photo of the two of them from the dance a couple of years prior had fallen out of his pocket, only still in existence because Jake had it on him when he wished for Rose's life to be rewritten. This restored all of her memories, and she quickly made her way to Victoria Peak to help in the battle against the Dark Dragon. As the temple began to collapse, Rose and the Dark Dragon were the only to left inside, continuing their battle before Rose was pinned underneath a pillar. Refusing to lose her once more, Jake flew in, and despite her begging him to let her go and save himself, he managed to get the pillar off of her and the two barely escaped. Rose then kissed him passionately, explaining how the photo had jogged her memory, and the two seemingly resumed their relationship.

Bradley "Brad" Morton

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Football jock Brad Morton would never miss a chance to flirt with Rose, and that annoyed Jake to no end. Earlier on, it seemed like he had a chance with Rose, but during a school dance, he ditched her for the new girl, Jasmine, who was Jake's date for the evening[10]. Because of this, Rose has since started to view Brad in a less friendly light, as she seemed rather annoyed when she was made to sit next him on the bus[2], and appeared to be mildly uncomfortable when he flirted with her twice afterwards. Eventually[11], Rose had become completely disdainful of Brad and had no issue with humiliating him by splashing punch on him when he flirted with her. This could have been a sign that at that point her heart truly and completely belonged to Jake, but it is also possible that she has just lost all patience with Brad's antics.


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Tallest girl Courtney is Rose's best friend who has a relationship with her, she and her friend considering about Teen pop sensation Jaren MacArthur who sings this song "Girl, don't be trippin'". Her friend always gets along with other girls but she has boy trouble.


  • Rose's voice actress Mae Whitman also voices Katara in Avatar: the Last Airbender, opposite Jake's voice actor, Dante Basco, as Prince Zuko.
  • Rose's last name is never revealed.
  • Rose has the distinction of being both a villain and a hero at various times.
  • In an early draft [citation needed][3], Rose was going to end up slaying Sun Park, but the Disney Channel considered it as too dark and too Jetix. Rose was also set to lose her memory, just as she did in the actual episode, and stay in New York without remembering Jake but the Disney Channel told the writers that it would be too confusing to those who missed watching the show. Rose moving to Hong Kong was a last-minute addition[3].
  • Director Steve Loter said that Rose would have came back to New York after "Hong Kong Longs" had the series continued and that Jake and her would be together.[citation needed]
  • Jake's relationship with Rose was originally similar to Max Goof's relationship with Roxanne.
    • The boys like the girls, but are too shy to actually talk to them, only to find out that the girl already likes them.
  • Jake's relationship with Rose is also similar to Hercules' relationship with Megara.
    • The hero falls in love with the girl upon their first meeting, but then is devastated to learn that their love interest is working for the villain.
  • In Season 2[7], Jake and Rose started their first real kiss.
  • Whilst in human form Jake is shorter than Rose, this remains the same across both seasons.
  • In Season 2[1], it was revealed Rose's last name was Killdragonosa[citation needed]. Her last name in this episode originally came from one of the early incarnations of American Dragon: Jake Long according to Eddie Guzelian and Matt Negrete[citation needed]. However, this is not her real last name, just the one given to her by the Huntsclan.
  • Rose apparently has seven sets of Huntsclan garbs which she alternates by days in a hidden closet along with all her other Huntsclan items which is accessed by twisting the neck of a unicorn in her room, possibly a representation of breaking its neck.
  • It would seem that every time Jake says, "Hey!" to Rose, she would always reply by saying, "Hey yourself."
  • Rose was considerably thinner in Season 2, though her face looked more matured than in Season 1.
  • Rose's outfit had changed from Season 1 to 2.
  • Rose's pink headband with a flower on it can be seen on Rose's Print Shop[Wikia 1] on Disney Channel Games online.
  • In Season 2[7], Rose's first Dragon killing was Jake, but thanks to the potion he and Spud made, Jake was alive.
  • In Season 2[1], it showed that Rose had a twin sister, but this sibling was not seen[3].
  • It seems that after she and the Huntsman left their tower, she now lives in a broken down subway.
  • Thorn was the original name of Huntsgirl and was meant to match the good-bad girl duality of "Rose" and "Thorn". However to avoid a lawsuit from DC Comics, they had to change it.[12]
  • Early on in American Dragon's development, "Killdragonosa" was planned to be Rose's last name. However, since it was really cheesy and a tad obvious, it was nixed.[13]
  • Rose was originally going to be a Lois Lane-type school reporter, but the producers decided to give hers and Jake's relationship as much conflict as possible.[12]
  • Rose's design was influenced more by the Disney Channel executives who wanted her to be the 'teen girl audience entry point.'[14]





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  3. a b c d e f Homecoming
  4. The Hong Kong Longs
  5. Shapeshifter
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  7. a b c d The Academy
  8. Breakout
  9. a b c The Hunted
  10. a b Dragon Breath
  11. The Love Cruise
  12. a b Eddie Guzelian and Matt Negrete. Behind the Scenes. Retrieved June 25, 2014.
  13. Matt Negrete. American Dragon Proboard. Bite Father, Bite Son. Retrieved October 20, 2014.
  14. Chris Roman. Toonzone: American Dragon: Jake Long Premiere. (12-03-2004) Retrieved August 15, 2014.

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