Does your favourite heroine reflect yourself?

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Re: Does your favourite heroine reflect yourself?

Post by YZQ » Thu May 02, 2013 8:33 pm

I SEE YOU!!!! (Eye of Sauron in EA's LOTR games)
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Re: Does your favourite heroine reflect yourself?

Post by KeiichiO » Thu May 02, 2013 8:47 pm

YZQ wrote:I SEE YOU!!!! (Eye of Sauron in EA's LOTR games)
Judging by Pippin(Or Mary. I always get them mixed up)'s reaction to seeing the Eye of Sauron, I'm pretty sure that would be terrifying.

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Re: Does your favourite heroine reflect yourself?

Post by YZQ » Thu May 02, 2013 8:57 pm

Essentially, by the Third Age, even with the diminished might Sauron had without the One in his possession, he was becoming unstoppable by the free peoples of Middle Earth. So, unless you're a Wizard or an Elf who lived through the First Age or before (and even the Elves dare not challenge the Dark Lord but choose to resist the best they can), you will feel terror.

P.S. It's Merry, short for Meriadoc.
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Re: Does your favourite heroine reflect yourself?

Post by KeiichiO » Thu May 02, 2013 9:59 pm

YZQ wrote:Essentially, by the Third Age, even with the diminished might Sauron had without the One in his possession, he was becoming unstoppable by the free peoples of Middle Earth. So, unless you're a Wizard or an Elf who lived through the First Age or before (and even the Elves dare not challenge the Dark Lord but choose to resist the best they can), you will feel terror.

P.S. It's Merry, short for Meriadoc,
Welp, you're definitely more knowledgeable with the LoTR series than I :lol:

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Re: Does your favourite heroine reflect yourself?

Post by Zeero Mizera » Fri May 03, 2013 10:42 am

surprisingly, i could relate to hanako when i went though her story first, she made me drool over ks and i want more
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Re: Does your favourite heroine reflect yourself?

Post by pandaphil » Fri May 03, 2013 11:41 am

Zeero Mizera wrote:surprisingly, i could relate to hanako when i went though her story first, she made me drool over ks and i want more

Time to get thy butt to the fanfic section. :)
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Re: Does your favourite heroine reflect yourself?

Post by DeoxFeels » Thu May 23, 2013 7:04 am

When I was younger maybe... I could relate to Hanako

When I was a teenager, I was really obese and as a result of that I got bullied a lot. Rather in extreme ways. Got a lot of stretchmark scarring, so I would avoid beaches and public bathing. I've always been a bookworm, so I spent/spend most of my time reading, and being in bookshops etc. while most of the other guys at my age are more into sports etc. I'm no longer as shy as I was, but I still feel uncomfortable in big crowds, so I avoid them xD Used to live in the capital, but moved out to a smaller town because I didn't like all the stressed people. :P

Now tho I view myself as a more outgoing person, even though I still am an odd man out xD

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Re: Does your favourite heroine reflect yourself?

Post by rockin robin » Thu May 23, 2013 6:21 pm

apparently im like shizune. go figure. my favorite is emi
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Re: Does your favourite heroine reflect yourself?

Post by Lunacore » Tue May 28, 2013 1:23 pm

I think i'm mostly like Hanako with that trauma thing and being shy and all that shit. And a little bit like rin sometimes but not that much. My favourite charakter is Rin <3
Rin -> Emi -> Hanako -> Lily -> Shizune

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Re: Does your favourite heroine reflect yourself?

Post by KeiichiO » Tue May 28, 2013 1:42 pm

Lunacore wrote:I think i'm mostly like Hanako with that trauma thing and being shy and all that shit. And a little bit like rin sometimes but not that much. My favourite charakter is Rin <3
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Re: Does your favourite heroine reflect yourself?

Post by Umber » Tue May 28, 2013 1:47 pm

KeiichiO wrote:
Lunacore wrote:I think i'm mostly like Hanako with that trauma thing and being shy and all that shit. And a little bit like rin sometimes but not that much. My favourite charakter is Rin <3
Welcome to the Rin-kin club. Help yourself to some peeled oranges ^_^
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Re: Does your favourite heroine reflect yourself?

Post by KeiichiO » Tue May 28, 2013 1:52 pm

Umber wrote:
KeiichiO wrote:
Lunacore wrote:I think i'm mostly like Hanako with that trauma thing and being shy and all that shit. And a little bit like rin sometimes but not that much. My favourite charakter is Rin <3
Welcome to the Rin-kin club. Help yourself to some peeled oranges ^_^
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Yup, Hisao is our peel slave. We have him in the back room where he is forced to peel oranges for until we are satisfied with the amount of peeled oranges. The only food he's allowed to have is - you guessed it - bananas.

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Re: Does your favourite heroine reflect yourself?

Post by Xanatos » Tue May 28, 2013 3:22 pm

My favorite heroine is a mirror. She reflects me quite well. Almost as if she were a mirror.
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Re: Does your favourite heroine reflect yourself?

Post by Loonie » Tue May 28, 2013 5:10 pm

Xanatos wrote:My favorite heroine is a mirror. She reflects me quite well. Almost as if she were a mirror.
Maybe so, but she does get everything about you backwards doesn't she? Left being right and all that jazz. :P

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Re: Does your favourite heroine reflect yourself?

Post by Dream » Sun Jun 09, 2013 7:37 pm

Xanatos wrote:My favorite heroine is a mirror. She reflects me quite well. Almost as if she were a mirror.
Yeah that's my favorite heroine too, she looks really pretty but for some reason it feels weird to be attracted to her.
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