Sancho Panza, is a fusion of Don Quixote's "squire" Sancho Panza, his horse Rocinante, Altisidora the prankster girl, and his imaginary princess Dulcinea del Toboso. She always follows Don Quixote around with a smile, as an all-purpose maid granting his every wish. That said, she has this mighty graceful way of turning down her lord, which does wonders to prevent situations. Don Quixote swears loyalty to his Master and conducts himself as their knight, but Sancho's only lord is Quixote. Sancho Panza is, in precise terms, close to a Phantom, formed as an amalgamation of the horse, squire, princess, among many other characters in Don Quixote's story. When accompanying Don Quixote as his squire, she takes the character of the country farmer or the horse, and on all other occasions, she takes the character noble and advising Princess Dulcinea, and the maid Altsidora, a girl who expresses her love for Don Quixote (by her Duke's orders).