What Fictional Character Are You Most Like?

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15 Aug 2005, 12:35 pm

I've often been compared to Eowyn from LotR. Heh. Stubborn, wants to follow the guys around even if she's not supposed to. My sister also says I'm a lot like Princess Mia from Princess Diaries before she finds out she's a princess.


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16 Aug 2005, 5:37 pm

A lot of times I feel like Max Cohen from the movie "Pi". As one reviewer put it: "Am I supposed to believe that there is some guy who would prefer mathematical computations to a beautiful woman?" I'd say yes.


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17 Aug 2005, 4:14 pm

I'm a bit like Monsieur Hulot- clueless and clumsy!

But I'm also a bit like Alex in Goodbye, Lenin!- young, fresh-faced, something of an innocent, devoted to his mother.



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17 Aug 2005, 4:44 pm

Oh, and this isn't a movie character to my knowledge, but by popular opinion and constant comparison, the TV character I am most like is Daria. I get compared to her at least once a year by a new person every year.



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10 Dec 2005, 8:39 pm

I was compared to the character John Lithgow played in 3rd Rock From The Sun a few days ago, and I felt like bringing this back becasue I'm bored.


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10 Dec 2005, 9:27 pm

Character I am most like: it seems that I'm such a unique person that I don't really compare to anyone. I suppose I'm a lot like the character Nitz from the old cartoon Undergrads ( major cool points for anyone who gets the reference ), though he's most likely not an Aspie.

Here's a new one: which fictional character do you ASPIRE to be most like? I'd say Jesse Custer from the Preacher comic series ( again, major cool points for anyone who gets the reference ): he's essentially a modern-day cowboy, tough, brave, and wise. I aspire to have his take-no-guff ( he'd use a stronger word ) attitude.


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10 Dec 2005, 11:21 pm

I've always felt that Reginald Barkley in Star Trek TNG was a double of me from the time I first saw his character.

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11 Dec 2005, 3:26 am

I am always the old wise man.
Aramaki- Ghost in the shell, G for... great, Dumbledore, Yoda

I can take upon other roles on whim though.
I like Batou Togusa and Motoko- Ghost in the shell
Aragorn- LOTR
Any of the main characters from Robert Ludlum
Let Atreides - Children of Dune
Dirk Pitt- Clive Custler
Although I have alot of respect for Akira, I prefer Athrune from Gundum Seed.


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11 Dec 2005, 3:27 pm

Despite my name Im probably most like Peter Wiggin.


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13 Dec 2005, 10:34 pm

Characters I'm like
-Eddard Stark from 'A Game of Thrones' by George R.R. Martin. Someone who clings to his ideals and pays a nasty price for it.
-Jon Snow from the same book. A compassionate misfit
-Doctor Morgenes from 'Memory, Sorrow and Thorn' by Tad Williams.
The typical scholarly eccentric
-Morpheus from 'The Matrix'. In otherwords, I'm kind of weird, but I'm also helpful and know a lot. Actually, Neo and Agent Smith both sum me up pretty well too. I'm not sure which one I'm most like.
-Obi Wan Kenobi from 'Star Wars'. Wise and helpful
-Albus Dumbledore, for the same reason as the above.
-Gandalf from 'Lord of the Rings', for the same reasons as the above.
-Brom from 'Eragon'. For the same reasons as the above.
-The Wizard of Oz. Pretentious, but compassionate.
-Sora from .hack//sign. Really, really annoying guy who's fond of dramatic entries and exits.



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15 Dec 2005, 6:34 am

I've been compared to alan Partridge for some reason... However I think I'm more like Holden Caulfield from The Book The Catcher In The Rye.



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15 Dec 2005, 10:52 am

ramsamsam wrote:
I've been compared to alan Partridge for some reason... However I think I'm more like Holden Caulfield from The Book The Catcher In The Rye.


I've been compared to him a couple times, once or twice by my behavior and once when I said I should pretend to be deaf-mute to avoid having to talk to annoying people.



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15 Dec 2005, 2:56 pm

Granny Weatherwax. ;)



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15 Dec 2005, 4:25 pm

Wolfgang (River Phoenix) from Explorers.

Come to think of it, I could also be one of the rubberised aliens, who talk entirely in film quotations :P



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15 Dec 2005, 5:44 pm

vetivert wrote:
Granny Weatherwax. ;)


I had you down as more of a Nanny Ogg.

Still, I vote me for Lord Ventinari, or, in Bruce Almighty, God. "CLAP CLAP." *everyone's screen switches off.*


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