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26 December 2008 @ 11:03 am
Buckleberry Ferry  

BASICS:
Name: Blue
Age: Teens
General Location: ...Earth. >_<
Three positive adjectives describing you: Intelligent, loyal, artistic/an actor.
Three negative adjectives describing you: Hotheaded, self-centered, paranoid.
Do you have a preference on race or gender? (one or the other): None whatsoever. But I'd like to apologize in advance for the shoddiness of this app. I can't do anything when I've got a cold. *headdesk*

THIS OR THAT: (there's room for both in some cases)
Love or War: I'm not extraordinarily friendly and the hothead I am, if I feel like I must, I like fighting, but I don't like starting fights or getting into confrontation and at least in my eyes war =/= fighting, at least the kind I can appreciate. Love. Come to think of it, if it comes up, I'm a bit of a romantic, and I love my friends.
Strength or Mercy: Both. Can't someone both be strong and give mercy to those who need/deserve it?
Determined or Accepting: Determined. If I don't like something or truly want something it looks like I can't just have, I don't simply go with it.
Making your own Destiny or Accepting Fate: Making your own destiny, absolutely.
Life or Death: Er, life, please. O_O There's quite a lot I want to do with it, too. I'm ambitious. But if I had to die young, it'd be taking a bullet for a cause or close friend.
Brave or Safe: Brave with the ability to get a chance to relax, please. X_X I tend to be more brash unless I really don't care.

GENERAL LOTR QUESTIONS:
Which is your favorite movie: Tch, hard choice. XD I'd normally say either Fellowship or Two Towers (for different reasons, one is a brilliant start - and of course starts are important as they're intended to hook you into the whole series - and the other... well, it introduced Faramir and Eowyn, both of whom I've always rather liked ((both the brothers, in fact)), and at the risk of sounding ridiculous had some priceless Merry and Pippin as well as Gollum scenes - not to mention dwarf-tossing and the orc killing contest), but I actually also really like Return of the King because I can't take it seriously anymore. That happens to a movie for me if I watch it with my little brother in our attempts to cure our summer vacation boredom. In this case, it led to inside jokes and references, among the most memorable being the Human Comet. *slinks away*
Book?: Return of the King. After all the endless crap that goes on throughout the course of the books, the ending is as satisfying and happy as it's probably able to be.
Favorite character and why: Eowyn is probably the only female character in the series (out of a grand total of four) who holds my interest - and a lot of it. Also Merry and Pippin. Always nice to have some form of comic relief in such a dark story.
Who do you relate to the most?: Depends on what sort of a situation I'm in, I guess. If paralleling myself or my feelings to a LotR character crosses my mind, it tends to be self-deprecatingly to Frodo (sometimes I feel like I make my best friends worry about me too much or that I'm not letting them worry about me enough) or Sam (in similar situations, I feel like I can't do enough to make said friends happy or make their lives any easier, basically that I'm being ineffectual). For all my opinionated, overly proud and sometimes narcissistic nature, loyalty and close friendships are extremely important to me. On second thought, I do feel close to a particular character, but I'll not list them, since it seems like that can too easily be twisted into sounding like vote-tipping.
What got you into the fandom?: I've loved fantasy novels for ages and was read The Hobbit as a child...
If you could live anywhere in Middle-earth, where would it be?: I almost wanted to say the Shire or Rivendell. Why? 'Cause they're purdy. But not only do I not think I'd really fit in in either city, I've got a short attention span. I'd probably get a bit bored and see where else there is to go... I would also choose Gondor, but everything there looks so depressing somehow. Overall, I don't really have any idea.
What would you do with the One Ring?: If I just came across it or recieved it and it were entirely up to me what I want to do with it, I'd just get rid of it, 'cause it's obviously more trouble than it's worth. Any other scenario depends.
If you could have a Ring with any power, what would it be?: ...*slightly insane daydreams, cough* You know, something related to some sort of art form would be brilliant.

How'd you find us? ...Searched through ninjafy affiliates for rating communities for things I like that weren't dead. X_X

Post a picture of yourself (in costume is great!), if you have one and are comfortable doing this. If not, just describe yourself: Tall. Brown and slanting eyes behind specs, shoulder length brown hair in a bob that turns wavy at the end. Embarrassingly broad shoulders for a girl, but I'm nice and curvy and I like to think I have a pretty face.
 
 
 
sara_rojosara_rojo on January 24th, 2009 02:45 pm (UTC)
For so reason,I think Boromir. He's certainly intelligent, and he proved loyal in the end, but he's paranoid and a bit self-centered, and definitely brash. It's not a perfect fit, since he seems more responsible and a bit more grim than you, but close enough
sara_rojosara_rojo on April 22nd, 2009 11:41 am (UTC)
fayethefaery: legolas PWNDfayethefaery on March 6th, 2009 10:55 pm (UTC)
I think I have to agree with Boromir. It just seems to fit well - not only the negative aspects of his character, but the positive ones. He was brave and gave his life to save others (as we all know), and you said things like this and how you would take a bullet for a friend.
☆make believe with you☆: obligatory lulzy iconsammywhatammy on April 2nd, 2009 06:06 pm (UTC)
The Boromir vein definitely struck me as well. Even just the decision to "make your own fate" reminds me of him very much with you :)
Anna ~: Lotr { Legolas }hilian on February 4th, 2010 11:14 pm (UTC)
Bot very original, but I see Boromir
the Lady Adeone of Lily Lake: Eowyn+Faramirladyadeone on November 27th, 2010 05:04 am (UTC)
Sorry to buck the trend here, but I'd say Legolas. There are some things that do point to Boromir, but I'd say definitely Legolas.