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Author has written 53 stories for Halo, Harry Potter, Game of Thrones, Justice League, Lord of the Rings, Highschool of the Dead, Kingdom Hearts, Elder Scroll series, MediEvil, Chronicles of Narnia, Smallville, Young Justice, Ben 10, Fallout, DC Superheroes, Soul Calibur, Dungeons and Dragons, Super Smash Brothers, Gargoyles, Power Girl, Mortal Kombat, Marvel, Resident Evil, For Honor, Dungeons and Dragons, Witcher, Red Dead Redemption, Daily Life with a Monster Girl/モンスター娘のいる日常, Monster Girl Encyclopedia, Mummy, Percy Jackson and the Olympians, Cyberpunk 2077, Injustice: Gods Among Us, Total Drama series, Outer Worlds, Goblin Slayer/ゴブリンスレイヤー, God of War, and Starfield.
Name: Angry lil' elf
Occupation: glorified dish-pig (I would say kitchen-hand or kitchen assistant but that would be pushing it.) Frustrated writer. Amateur artist
A little something I should say to everyone here: if you have a story request, you should know right now that I don't take story requests. I'll hear you out, but don't expect me to take the request. I'm not trying to be mean or rude in refusing story requests, but it's for a variety of reasons that I don't take requests as for one, requests may have certain ships that I'm not familiar with or I'm not a fan of that I can't or won't take, another reason is certain fandoms I'm not familiar with or don't like and another reason is I feel story request requirements often restrict my creative and writing ability. This is just my stance on story requests, please understand where I'm coming from and that I'm not trying to be mean in refusing any of you.
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Story arcs for my Witcher/Game of Thrones crossover:
Clean As Dandelions: On one of his first solo contracts after passing the Trial of the Grasses, Draco takes on a job where the ghost of a headless knight is chopping off heads at random in a sleepy little village. But as soon as the young Witcher arrives, he finds that nothing is what it seems and everyone in the village harbours deadly secrets and that the headless knight isn't killing people at random.
First Time For Everything: Draco remembers his first witcher contract and after completing it, his mentor Geralt of Rivia, the bard Dandelion, the dwarven mercenary Zoltan Chivay and fellow Witchers, Lambert and Eskel, take the young Witcher to one of the finest brothels in Novigrad, the Passiflora. Needless to say, Draco's mother Yennefer of Vengerberg and Triss Merigold aren't too pleased to hear about it.
The Choices We Make: On one dreary day travelling through Sodden, Draco encounters a young woman and forms a friendship with her and takes a liking to. But the young woman is being hunted by a sorcerer due to the circumstances of which she was born, the Curse of the Black Sun. Knowing that the young woman is not Evil, Draco does all he can to protect her, but is faced with a choice in the end that will stay with him for the rest of his life and taint his reputation.
Something Wicked This Way Comes: Travelling through Aerdin during a torrential rainstorm, Draco takes shelter in a local tavern where he befriends a young girl and her pet dog. But then, a sudden tornado passes through and the Witcher wakes up in a strange and bizarre land beyond the rainbow with the girl and her dog beside him. Taking an impromptou contract to get the girl home back to Aerdin, Draco comes across curious and strange figures, all of whom want something from a mysterious wizard in a city made of emeralds. But the Wizard requires something in return.
The Forbidden Wish: Taking a brief rest in Vizima, Draco is greeted by an Ofieri amabassador who seeks the help of a Witcher for a delicate matter involving a Djinn that needs the utmost discretion. Against his better judgement, Draco takes the contract and journeys to far-off Ofir where he is embroiled in the cut-throat politics of the Sultan's court and matters involving the sultan's restless daughter and the scheming vizier.
Where the Wolf and Cat Play: While in Cintra, Draco finds his sword stolen from him by a thief of no small reputation with an extraordinary ability to cause bad luck to those around her. Determined to track down this thief, Draco follows in hot pursuit, dodging all of manner of close calls and freak accidents. Undeterred by this ill fortune, Draco keeps up his pursuit of the cat-thief and tracks her down to her hideout. What happens when Draco of Maribor crosses the path of the thief known as Le Chat Noir?
The Lion, the Witcher & the Wardrobe: Draco takes an unusual contract involving four missing children and the trails lead to an old wardrobe. Examining the wardrobe, the Witcher stumbles into another world that is in perpertual winter under the rule of a witch. Tracking down the children, Draco comes across a talking lion who seeks to bring spring back to the land. But, the witch tells a different story that the lion is a maniacal despotic warlord who seeks to use the four children for some nefarious plot to invade the world and she is the only one who can keep the lion at bay.
In a Galaxy Far Away: While hunting nekkers, Draco is sucked into a portal where he finds himself in a world that is definitely otherwordly and under the grip of a tyrranical Empire. Hoping to lay low and find a way home, Draco takes some odd jobs but soon catches the attention of the locals, including a faction of rebels who are fighting against the empire.
Injustice For All: Taking a rest in Novigrad, Draco suddenly finds himself transported to another world that is slowly rebuilding after being freed from the grip of an iron-fisted regime. This world is filled with caped wonders and masked crusaders, but Draco knows that this is not his place and simply seeks a way home. But trouble rears its ugly head when an alien being bent on accumulating all knowledge and destroying the worlds comes. Dragged into the fight, Draco comes to the conclusion that this world does not need a Hero, it needs a professional.
Stone by Day, Warrior by Night: While sailing across the Skellige isles and running into deep fog, Draco does not arrive at his intended destination, but arrives in a city that is guarded by a clan of warriors who are stone statues during the day, but are alive by nightfall.
Dead Man Walking: Draco takes on a curious contract involving the ghost of a murdered acrobat and soon comes into contact with the ghost and helps the spectre find and bring his murderer to justice.
A Grain of Truth: Passing through Toussaint, the Land of Love and Wine, Draco takes the time to enjoy the sunshine, good weather, the food, wine and pleasant company. But Draco is soon approached by a knight who tells him of a monster that haunts the woods. Curious, Draco takes the contract and discovers that the monster is not truly a monster but a young woman who is cursed to be such and the knight who took out the contract was responsible for cursing her to be such.
Carnal Delights: Travelling to Oxenfurt and taking some time to relax in the Rosebud, the famous bawdy house of Oxenfurt, Draco is begged to assist the working girls of the Rosebud and their madame in finding the deeds to the Rosebud so that they may be freed of their unfair, cruel, lecherous and money grubbing employer.
A Witcher's Pride: For years, Draco has struggled with his feelings for the sorceress Triss Merigold, someone he has known since he was a child and had quietly fallen in love with without her ever knowing and her being in love with Draco's father-figure and mentor, Geralt of Rivia. Quietly despairing over the fact that Triss may never see him as anything more than a little brother or nephew, Draco resigns himself to life on the Path as a Witcher. But in a strange turn of events, Draco suddenly feels overwhelming urges to seduce and sleep with any young and beautiful woman he happens across, including some female acquaintances of his. Confused over why he is suddenly hornier than a goat, Draco tries to find a solution to his problem and is soon greeted by an old friend who informs the Witcher that in order to break whatever is taking hold of his lust, he must confess his love to the person he loves. Unfortunately, that particular person whom Draco loves is Triss Merigold. Is the Witcher's pride really worth not telling the beautiful sorceress of his love for her? Will she even accept his love?
The Stage of History: Taking a contract to confront a sorceress who is experimenting with portals, out of concern she may summon something Evil, Draco finds himself in a world where he meets many brave warriors, all fighting over a pair of swords, both of the Soul. Meeting many challenges and adversaries along the way, Draco tries to find a way home.
The Wolf and the Wounded Bear: travelling through the Kestrel Mountains, Draco happens upon a wounded Witcher named Franc who is one of the last few remaining Bear School Witchers left in the world. Showing craft solidarity, Draco helps heal the wounded Bear and forms a friendship with him.
In the Middle of things: En route to Kaedwen, Draco is dragged into another world by powerful forces who seek to use him for their own ends. But Fate intervenes and Draco finds himself in a land in the grip of crisis. Joining three warriors and a wizard, Draco assists with battling an army of evil creatures and their master who seeks to destroy all that is Good.
Lullaby of Woe: Travelling through Toussaint once again, Draco takes some time between contracts to enjoy the current festivities and competition of bards. One of the many troubadours performing takes a keen interest in the Witcher and extends an invitation to meet with him. Curious as to what the bard wants with him, Draco cautiously goes to the meeting and what he learns will shake him to his core and finally answer unanswered questions about his murky origins.
Dead Men Tell No Tales: Now travelling with the bard he met in Toussaint, Draco journeys to Novigrad when it is suddenly attacked by a crew of sea raiders that according to eye witnesses, cannot be killed. Being the only Witcher available in the city, the City Council of Novigrad offer Draco a large sum of money to wreak retribution on these unkillable sea raiders. Tracking down the raiders to an Isle of the Dead, Draco and his bard companion learn of an ancient elven treasure that has cursed the sea raiders to never know the peace of death or joys of life itself until all pieces of the scattered treasure are recovered and the blood repaid for it.
The Heist: In Kovir, Draco receives a letter from an old acquaintance who requires the assistance of a Witcher. Curious and cautious as to who it is that requires him and what they require him for, Draco goes along and meets the acquaintance who asks for his help in breaking into an impregnable vault in Kovir. Nearly refusing the job outright, Draco is then told of what may happen if this isn't done. Still reluctant, Draco agrees to assist with the heist that involves stealing a priceless artefact that is definitely cursed.
A Dangerous Game: After the heist in Kovir, Draco is roped into yet another heist involving a high stakes Gwent tournament. Even though he has never played nor ever had any interest in Gwent, much less gambling of any kind, Draco participates in the tournament and is embroiled in a dangerous web of deceit by the colourful and dangerous players of the Tournament.
The Witcher of the West: Whilst doing a monster contract in Velen, Draco and his bard companion are sucked into a portal to another world where they find a world that is changing and the age of outlaws and killers is coming to end.
Dangerous Appetites: Travelling to Maribor, Draco and his bard companion meet the sorceress Triss Merigold and then are hired to track down and slay a monster that has been killing people and afterwards collects specific body parts from their corpses. Curious as to why a monster would kill then collect specific body parts, Draco, Triss and the bard try to find clues. The trio then meet with a Professor Lectur who assists them in tracking down the monster.
Black & White: During a routine monster hunt, Draco is poisoned by a venomous sting and blacks out then he wakes up in a strange black and white world where he is a private detective, Triss is a lounge singer, his bard friend is a news reporter and many of Draco's acquaintances are in this world as well. Unsure if this is a dream or some world he has fallen into, Draco tries to find a way out but is drawn into a mystery involving a murder and a bank robbery.
All That Glitters: Draco takes a contract from a wealthy lord who has a problem with a mysterious mirror merchant who claims that the lord owes him a debt that must be repaid. Draco then comes face to face with Evil and is forced to choose between two evils.
Things I like: the Victoria's Secret Angels (I'm a man who likes beautiful women, what can I say?), chillin' out on the couch, cooking pizza (obvious since I work in hospitality and pizza is one of my favourite foods to create/eat), reading and writing fanfics (on this site I would have to enjoy these things, or at least one of them), playing x-box, watching movies and TV (actually I don't watch TV too much these days, since most of what's on the telly is just shitty reality television, what happened to the good ol' days of sitcoms and dramas?), reading books and novels (What? I don't just read fanfics, I do enjoy reading books made by writers such as J.K Rowling, George R.R Martin, Garth Nix etc.).
Favourite ships/pairings: Harry/Fleur (most are just smut, but there are some well written gems like Quatermass's In Spite of Obstinate Men and In Spite of Appearances stories plus some others like Endless7's famous Letters fic), Harry/Daphne (I haven't read too many stories of this pairing, but some of the ones I've read are pretty good and written well), Batman/Wonder Woman (It's the ship that got me into fanfiction in the first place), Batman/Zatanna Zatara (not many fics of this pairing but some are pretty good and done well), Superman/Lois Lane (Didn't care much for the SMWW shite that DC tried to force down our throats with the New 52 even if they had their reasons as to why they made the pairing, what little reasons there were anyway), Naruto/Hinata (Didn't care much for how Naruto ardently pursued Sakura for such a long time and I was happy when Hinata found the confidence/courage to make the first move), Saeko Busujima/OC (not too many stories of this pairing that are done well, but the ones that are are pretty good to read), Dragonborn/Aela the Huntress (A sexy redheaded lycanthropic warrior woman? I'm down with that), Dragonborn/Serana (Laura Bailey made the role of Serana for me, hot damn that voice...), Dragonborn/Daenerys Targaryen (A bit of a cliche pairing in Elder Scrolls/GoT crossovers, but hey, it works), Jon Snow/Daenerys Targaryen (I would've at first said "Eeeewwwwww! Incest!" but there's a couple of fics of the pairing on this site that are written well and don't focus on the smut side of things), Jaime Lannister/Brienne of Tarth (travelling with Brienne was what I think set Jaime on the long road to redemption), Tormund Giantsbane/Brienne of Tarth (just the way Tormund looks at Brienne is good for a laugh and endless internet memes), Edward Elric/Winry Rockbell (I ship them so hard!), Roy Mustang/Riza Hawkeye (Hawkeye is the only woman in the world who can handle the Flame Alchemist's crap and even pulled him back from the brink of doing something that would've damned his soul to hell), Jaune Arc/Pyrrha Nikos (It was so sad that Jaune never got to tell Pyrrha that he loved her before she was killed by that delightfully despicable bitch, Cinder Fall), Qrow Branwen/Winter Schnee (Oh, the sexual tension and heat between them... get a room already, you two!), Sole Survivor/Curie (Curie is easily my favourite female character/companion in Fallout 4, a sexy French accent, as well as adorably clueless/naive about the Wasteland plus she's not bad to look at *wink*), Elsa(Frozen)/Dragonborn (Not too many stories of this pairing, or ones that I actually wanted to read, but I like it).
Some things I don't like: Yaoi (Unless the characters used for Yaoi stories are confirmed to be gay in the canon/source material, I won't read 'em!), bad grammar and spelling (I get that not everyone reads or writes English very well, but it does make it hard to read and enjoy a story if the grammar is all over the place. same goes with spelling), mean/abusive or otherwise toxic reviews (everyone is entitled to their own opinion and not everyone is gonna like what I write, but that's no reason to be mean, abusive or hateful. If you don't like my work, then you can try writing what you like yourself, nothing stopping you from doing that. If you have criticisms to make, then do so constructively without being mean, abusive, rude, toxic or harsh, it's not hard to be nice to people, y'know?), unnecessary bashing of characters (I will admit that character bashing is one of my guilty pleasures, but over the years of reading fanfics on this site I just got bored with bashing fics as they just started to seem unrealistic. There are some bashing fics I still read because they're done well and aren't over the top or done believably or just very funny, but if you're just bashing a character simply because you don't like them for no reason, then don't expect me to leave a review unless I feel you can make it better or more believable), racism (Ain't it obvious?), bigotry (second verse same as the first), trolls (do I even need to explain this one? Don't feed the trolls! All they're looking for is attention! Don't give it to them!), reality television (it's just garbage, why watch reality when you're already living it?)
Inspirational quotes from fiction and real life persons:
"Life is like a box of chocolates. You never know what you're gonna get." - Forrest Gump (Tom Hanks)
"Someone will always be prettier. Someone will always be smarter. Someone will always be younger, but they'll never be you." - Freddie Mercury
"A wizard is never late, Frodo Baggins. Nor is he early. He arrives precisely when he means to." - Gandalf the Grey (Ian McKellan)
"Imagination is more important than knowledge." - Albert Einstein
"Nothing is impossible. The word itself says 'I'm possible!'" - Audrey Hepburn
"Don't write what you think people want to read. Find your voice and write about what's in your heart." - Quentin Tarantino
"Some people may call me a nerd. I claim the label with pride." - Bill Gates
"When fortune smiles on something as ugly and violent as revenge, it seems proof like no other that not only does God exist, you're doing his will." - The Bride (Uma Thurman)
"Warriors are not the ones who always win, but the ones that always fight." - Samurai proverb
"War... War never changes. Men do, through the roads they walk." - Fallout series
"Don't mistake my kindness for weakness. I am kind to everyone I meet, but when someone is unkind to me, weak is not what you're going to remember about me." - Al Capone
"The hard part isn't beginning again. It's letting go." - Fallout series
"Even the smallest person can change the course of the future." - Galadriel (Cate Blanchett)
"No matter how the wind howls, the mountain cannot bow to it." - The Emperor of China (Disney's Mulan)
"Any officer who goes into action without his sword is improperly dressed." - Colonel John Malcolm Thorpe Fleming Churchill AKA Mad Jack (World War 2 hero)
The Hedge Knight: A Goblin Slayer/Game of Thrones crossover where Aegon VI/Young Griff ends up in the Goblin Slayer universe and becomes the Hedge Knight and partners up with Goblin Slayer and his party. Inspired by the Red Dead Redemption/Goblin Slayer story The Gunslinger. Fifth chapter is up!
The Dragon of the West: A Red Dead Redemption/Game of Thrones crossover where Aegon VI/Young Griff lands in the Red Dead Universe and travels around helping various strangers and brings justice to wrongdoers. Inspired by the Red Dead Redemption/Game of Thrones story That's The Way It Is. AU of Red Dead Redemption. Currently in production. Considering rewriting.
Mortal Kombat: Fire & Blood: A Mortal Kombat/Game of Thrones crossover where Aegon VI/Young Griff and the crew of the Shy Maid end up on Shang Tsung's Island after a freak storm and are forced to participate in the Mortal Kombat Tournament. Will also cross over with Injustice. Second chapter is up
Mortal Kombat Vs DC Universe: Dimensional Crisis: A Mortal Kombat/DC Comics crossover set after the events and Arcade endings of Mortal Kombat Vs DC Universe where the heroes and villains of both universes and more form alliances with each, to either take control of the multiverse or save it. Sensing the coming crisis, a team of unlikely heroes is formed to prevent the coming chaos. Multiple crossover across multiple fandoms that DC, Mortal Kombat and Warner Bros. own or have crossed over with. Also takes inspiration from LEGO Dimensions game and DC's Legends of Tomorrow TV show on the CW network.
Lord of the Rings: An Outlaw's Redemption: A Lord of the Rings/Red Dead Redemption crossover where after sending John to his family and dying at Micah's hands, Arthur is given a second chance at life in a new world where he has to figure out if he really did learn from the mistakes and sins of his past to help better a future for a world unknown. In production.
A Young Griff in Middle-Earth: A Lord of the Rings/A Song of Ice & Fire/Game of Thrones crossover in which Aegon VI ends up in the land of Middle-Earth and joins the Fellowship of the Ring in their quest to destroy the One Ring of Sauron.
Elder Scrolls: A Song of Dragons: An Elder Scrolls/A Song of Ice & Fire/Game of Thrones crossover where during the Sack of Kings Landing, Rhaenys and Aegon are spirited away to Tamriel and live in safety until they journey to Skyrim and thus begins their adventures.
Game of Bones: A Game of Thrones/MediEvil crossover where Aegon VI is zapped to Gallowmere and adventures with the cowardly skeleton knight Sir Daniel Fortesque.
The Gunslinger of Azeroth: A Red Dead Redemption/World of Warcraft crossover where after his death, Arthur Morgan is given a second chance at life and is sent to the Warcraft world.
Paladin Egg: A Game of Thrones/A Song of Ice & Fire/Samurai Jack crossover.
A Young Griff in Azeroth: A World of Warcraft/Game of Thrones crossover where Aegon VI/Young Griff ends up in the Warcraft world.
A Young Griff in Zombieland: A Game of Thrones/Zombieland crossover where Aegon VI/Young Griff ends up in Zombieland USA.
Marvel Femizons: Fire & Blood: A Marvel Comics version of my (somewhat) popular Justice League of Amazons stories, a Marvel What-If, if you will. After Superia unleashes a virus that kills most, if not, all the men of the world in her twisted desire to eliminate all men, the world is on the brink of despair. But then a man from another universe arrives and is immune to the Superia Virus and makes his mark on the Marvel Universe as the New Father to Mankind. Game of Thrones/A Song Of Ice And Fire version starring Aegon VI/Young Griff.
Knights & Dragons: A Dungeons & Dragons cartoon/Game of Thrones/A Song of Ice & Fire crossover where a hapless young man goes on an old rundown amusement park ride and is transformed into Aegon VI Targaryen from Game of Thrones/A Song of Ice & Fire and ends up in a world known as the Realm where he meets a group of youngster trying to get back home. A Self-Insert-Aegon VI.
Marvel Femizons: Halo: Same as above but using Halo instead where Master Chief John-117 ends up in in the Marvel Femizon universe.
Infinity Crisis: The Reluctant Hero: An amalgamation of my Marvel/DC crossovers. The universes of Marvel and DC have been merged together, but the men of both worlds have bee removed. As factions scramble to try and fix the mess, a small anomaly appears in the form of a single male human from another world. But this man has no wish or desire to help any faction, and has zero interest in being a hero. It'll take a lot of convincingand persuasion to get this guy help out.
A Song of Ice, Fire and the Dead: A Highschool of the Dead/Game of Thrones/A Song of Ice & Fire/Fallout/Witcher multicrossover. After finding himself in another world, Aegon hopes to keep a low profile until he can find a way back home, but what he didn't expect was for Them to appear and attack the living. QWith a group of highschool teenagers and a school nurse, Aegon must learn to survive in a world gone mad, only for more madness to ensue. Fifteenth chapter is up!
The Tales of Wayward Souls: A Game of Thrones/Fallout 76/Elder Scrolls crossover: As people are drawn back to Appalachia by the promise of hidden treasure, lines are drawn between the Settlers of Foundation and the Raiders of the Crater and conflicts looms, some unique individuals not of this world land in Appalachia and have the chance to change things for better or worse.
Highschool of the Dead/Resident Evil: A Highschool of the Dead/Resident Evil crossover where former UBCS mercenary turned Terrasave operative Carlos Oliveira is sent on an assignment to Japan where a new experimental bootleg strain of the T-Virus has been unleashed. Stumbling across a group of survivors, Carlos makes it his duty to make sure they get out of Japan alive, while trying to find the cause of this new outbreak.
Tomb Raider/MediEvil: Lara Croft the Tomb Raider is given a promising lead on an exceptionally rare manuscript but is visited by a mysterious and bizarre stranger beforehand who warns her not to go looking for it. But in spite of the warning, Lara goes off in search for it anyway, only to end up in way over her head when a group of Cultists take the manuscript and use it to unleash chaos and havoc on the world. Lara may be a Tomb Raider and has faced all manner of dastardly beings but can she survive the evil monstrosities born of Zarok's Spellbook? She's going to need the help of someone who has dealt with such things, but he's supposed to be dead, right?
Tomb Raider/Elder Scrolls: Takes place in the Tomb Raider Legends/Anniversary/Underworld universe. On her journey to Tiawanaku, Lara encounters a warrior not of this world in pursuit of his enemy who has allied himself with individuals that Lara faces. Deciding to work together on this, Lara and the warrior will have to learn to trust one another and rely on each other throughout this adventure.
Final Fantasy VII/Game of Thrones: Aegon VI is somehow transported to the world of Final Fantasy VII and joins Cloud Strife and the members of Avalanche in their struggle against Shinra to save the planet, only to find out there is much more at stake.
Game of Thrones/Red Sonja: Aegon VI finds himself in the world of Hyrkania and is captured and set to be executed for a crime he did not commit, but as the rope is about to be cut, he is saved at the last minute by the famed and feared Red Sonja, the She-Devil with a Sword. Bound by mutually aligned goals, Aegon journeys with Sonja to find the man who framed him for the crime and Sonja slowly comes to respect the young warrior who journeys with her. Eventually, the two discover there is more at stake than what they believed to be and that all of reality may face destruction. Also a crossover with Vampirella, Jungle Girl and Dejah Thoris/Warlords of Mars.
Harry Potter/MediEvil: With the British Ministry of Magic trying its hardest to deny and suppress the truth of Voldemort's return and install Umbridge as Defence Against The Dark Arts professor, Dumbledore decides to take the initiative and hires an old acquaintance who has had plenty of experience in fighting the Dark Arts and other Dark creatures. All the while, Voldemort tries to break into the Department of Mysteries to gain a weapon that will give him dominion over the Wizarding and Muggle world.
Harry Potter/The Mummy: After suffering a miscarriage of their first child, Rick and Evie O'Connell travel through London where they come upon a much neglected and abused little boy named Harry Potter. After seeing to it that Harry's blood relatives are punished for what they have done to him, Rick and Evie take Harry into their home and raise him as their son. And on the eve of Harry's 11th birthday, Evie begins having dreams and visions of Ancient Egypt that leads them to the Bracelet of Anubis and everything just snowballs from there.
My Superhero Team.
The Leader: Aegon VI/Young Griff from George R.R Martin/HBO's Game of Thrones/A Song of Ice & Fire series
The Brains: Emma Frost/White Queen from Marvel Comics
The Powerhouse: Karen Starr/Power Girl from DC Comics
The Funnyman: Lindsay from Total Drama series
The Lone Wolf: Courier 6 from Fallout: New Vegas
The Outsider: Wednesday Addams from The Addams Family
The Warrior: Saeko Busujima from Highschool of the Dead anime/manga
The Mom: Fleur Delacour from J.K Rowling's Harry Potter series
The Sneaky One: Felicia Hardy/Black Cat from Marvel Comics
The Glue of the Team: Triss Merigold from CDPR's The Witcher series
Jon Snow from Game of Thrones/A Song of Ice & Fire: I kinda disliked Jon at first because he was such a mopey bastard who knows nothing, but over time, he grew on me and I ended up liking him and I was really sad that in the final season of Game of Thrones he got thrown under the bus and sent back to the Night's Watch.
Daenerys Targaryen from Game of Thrones/A Song of Ice & Fire: a scared young woman who took control of her life and became the Mother of Dragons and I was really pissed off that D&D and by extension George turned her into the Mad Queen in the final season. Shame on you, D&D and George!
Tyrion Lannister from Game of Thrones/A Song of Ice & Fire: You can't Pimp without the Imp!
Brienne of Tarth from Game of Thrones/A Song of Ice & Fire: One of the only decent people in Westeros who could truly be called chivalrous in spite of everyone telling her she can't do it.
Jaime Lannister from Game of Thrones/A Song of Ice & Fire: At first, I really hated Jaime for what he had done in the first season and his general attitude, but when I learnt his story and his reasons for what he was, I sorta felt sad for him and I wanted to see him redeem himself, which he almost did, but thanks to D&D, he went crawling back to Cersei... :-(
Sandor Clegane the Hound from Game of Thrones/A Song of Ice & Fire: hated him at first, but like Jaime, the more I learnt about Sandor's story the more I felt sorry for him and wanted to see him redeem himself. Don't know how I felt about his ending in the final season, on one hand I'm happy he finally killed the man who ruined his life, buton the other I'm sad he ended up dead as well.
Aegon VI/Young Griff from Game of Thrones/A Song of Ice & Fire: an interesting character that we don't see a lot of in the books and was cut from the show for some reason. I like this character as he's a blank slate for me to work with and there's plenty of theories regarding this character for me to work with.
Margaery Tyrell from Game of Thrones/A Song of Ice & Fire: an interesting character who knew how to play the Game and play it well, but I was sad that she ended up dead in the show when she's (currently) alive in the books. Also because I met Natalie Dormer who portrays Margaery in the show, she was really nice and down to earth :-D, you jelly?.
Harry Potter from Harry Potter: A good character who sometimes let's his own hotheadedness and even slight paranoia I think get the better of him, but he does save the day in the end.
Fleur Delacour from Harry Potter: at first she comes across as a stuck-up bitch who acts like she's too good for everyone else and criticizes almost everything at Hogwarts, but the more you get to know her, you see that she's actually very loving and kind, and she's fiercely loyal to those she loves and cares about, and doesn't care much for outward appearance such as what happened to Bill Weasley when he was mauled and contaminated by Fenrir Greyback.
Daphne Greengrass from Harry Potter: a character we've seen very little of in the books, so she's a blank slate for me to work with which is a good thing in my books
John Marston from Red Dead Redemption: A pretty cool character who was forced to hunt down his former brothers-in-arms from his outlaw days and in the end earned his redemption by sacrificing himself so that his wife and son could escape.
Arthur Morgan from Red Dead Redemption II: at first I wanted to play as John Marston, but I quickly fell in love with Arthur and his story and I was literally crying a river at his demise and how he earned his redemption.
Aragorn from Lord of the Rings: the king in exile and wandering ranger of the North, quiet, commanding, capable and can kick some serious ass! What's not to like?
Gimli from Lord of the Rings: John Rhys Davis just made the role of Gimli for me as he had so many hilarious 'Gimli' moments and quotes like "Nobody tosses a dwarf!" or "Don't tell the elf!"
Legolas from Lord of the Rings: A pretty good shot with his bow and his bromance with Gimli was the best!
Geralt of Rivia from CD Projekt Red's The Witcher game series: A mutated monster slayer for hire, his journey throughout the Witcher games really sold me on his character and he will forever hold a place in my heart.
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