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18 Dec 2008, 1:58 pm

Anyone ever created a fictional character they found to be amazing?

Here's mine:

The Sushi Fairy:

He lives in a mystical bento box, and at night, he comes to children's houses at night and leaves presents of raw fish under their pillows (I always laugh thinking of that). He also wears girly tights, and has a wand with two fish kissing in the shape of a heart on its end. He is one of those guys that look creepy when dressed feminine, which he always is, and just wants to spread the love of sashimi. He is probably under the spectrum, as he cannot possibly realize all of the social rammifications of his outfit and of leaving raw fish under children's pillows.



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18 Dec 2008, 2:05 pm

Jasper: A Boo (from Super Mario) who's smart and is currently in college.

I used to have made up fairies of my own, preferable if I didn't get into the details.



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18 Dec 2008, 2:08 pm

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I used to have made up fairies of my own, preferable if I didn't get into the details.


You liked rule 34 fairies???

WOW.... I didn't think that was possible.........



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18 Dec 2008, 2:37 pm

Padium wrote:
Anyone ever created a fictional character they found to be amazing?

Here's mine:

The Sushi Fairy:

He lives in a mystical bento box, and at night, he comes to children's houses at night and leaves presents of raw fish under their pillows (I always laugh thinking of that). He also wears girly tights, and has a wand with two fish kissing in the shape of a heart on its end. He is one of those guys that look creepy when dressed feminine, which he always is, and just wants to spread the love of sashimi. He is probably under the spectrum, as he cannot possibly realize all of the social rammifications of his outfit and of leaving raw fish under children's pillows.


Super cute!! !



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18 Dec 2008, 2:55 pm

Padium wrote:
Fintan29 wrote:
I used to have made up fairies of my own, preferable if I didn't get into the details.


You liked rule 34 fairies???

WOW.... I didn't think that was possible.........


Huh? What do you mean because I'm not that quite sure.



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18 Dec 2008, 2:58 pm

I once had this idea for a plot involving a magical wig and when you put it on you can travel in time.



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18 Dec 2008, 3:11 pm

Fintan29 wrote:
Padium wrote:
Fintan29 wrote:
I used to have made up fairies of my own, preferable if I didn't get into the details.


You liked rule 34 fairies???

WOW.... I didn't think that was possible.........


Huh? What do you mean because I'm not that quite sure.


Rule 34 is a fictitious internet rule that states: if it exists, there is porn of it, this also goes for any concept on the internet, for example, there has been porn made of rule 34 itself.

Other fictitious rules include the idea of there being no such thing as a woman on the internet... This point is often supported by the fact that women don't generally go to site that people who make these rules frequent, mostly because of the nature of rule 34, and other internet rules.

Obviously these rules are very wrong, though I will say rule 34 is probably accurate in terms of today's internet, and things people have done with it...



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18 Dec 2008, 4:01 pm

Sushi Fairy is awesome! :D He could be the mascot for aspies who are obsessed with Japan!

I'll post some of my characters later, once I get their facts organized.



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18 Dec 2008, 4:10 pm

Not a specific character, but I created an alien species... actually a group of species... I made them telepathic to the point that the entire species is one individual, with different members of the species specializing in different things, from physical labor to memory-storage. Oh, and the telepathy is part of the non-sentient world too, so that their animals tend to have hive-minds, predators will mentally attack prey to confuse or stun them before going in for the kill, parasites can take over their victim species' cognitive functions, and there are diseases that can spread from mind to mind like a computer virus... Nobody on that planet has any concept of what privacy or individuality means. You'd have to leave the planet to get out of range, at which point just about any individual would end up in a coma thanks to missing what amounts to a part of their brains.

Then I had them meet a bunch of humans and more conventional aliens who were in the middle of a war with more conventional aliens, with this planet full of telepaths caught in the middle... Yep. That was fun. (By "conventional" I mean "no more different from humans than a different culture".)


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18 Dec 2008, 4:38 pm

Callista, that's very much like Ender's Game. Have you read it?

My head is full of characters, but one of the more interesting ones is Helia. She tries to save people from dying by playing inane card games against Death. She doesn't always win. I think I have two short stories about her.



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18 Dec 2008, 5:30 pm

Callista wrote:
Not a specific character, but I created an alien species... actually a group of species... I made them telepathic to the point that the entire species is one individual, with different members of the species specializing in different things, from physical labor to memory-storage. Oh, and the telepathy is part of the non-sentient world too, so that their animals tend to have hive-minds, predators will mentally attack prey to confuse or stun them before going in for the kill, parasites can take over their victim species' cognitive functions, and there are diseases that can spread from mind to mind like a computer virus... Nobody on that planet has any concept of what privacy or individuality means. You'd have to leave the planet to get out of range, at which point just about any individual would end up in a coma thanks to missing what amounts to a part of their brains.

Then I had them meet a bunch of humans and more conventional aliens who were in the middle of a war with more conventional aliens, with this planet full of telepaths caught in the middle... Yep. That was fun. (By "conventional" I mean "no more different from humans than a different culture".)


I'd like to read more.