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Cast of characters organized by order of appearance Translator: There are many, many spoilers in this. I translated the cast of characters how the author wrote them, read ahead at your own risk!
Welcome to a grand undertaking! With the help of our staff, our readers, notable celebrities, and fans around the world, Fandomania has compiled a list of the greatest fictional characters of all time. Between August 31 and September 14, we collected top 10 lists from our visitors. Voting is now.
Rowling states that she was born on 19 September  and she was nearly twelve when she first attended Hogwarts. Hermione was originally intended to have a sister, but the planned sibling did not make an appearance in the first Harry Potter novel and, as Rowling noted, it “seemed too late” to introduce the character after that. Finally, according to Rowling, next to Albus Dumbledore , Hermione is the perfect expository character; because of her encyclopaedic knowledge, she can always be used as a plot dump to explain the Harry Potter universe.
She proves just how much she knows by declaring that she memorized all the textbooks by heart and by performing a spell on Harry. She constantly annoys her peers with her knowledge, so Harry and Ron initially consider her arrogant, especially after she criticises Ron’s incantation of the Levitation Charm. She responds to Harry’s wariness of Professor Severus Snape and is also suspicious of him. She reveals to Harry and Ron that she does a lot of research in the library, which helped her defeat the Devil’s Snare and work out the logic of the potions.
Rowling said on her website that she resisted her editor’s requests to remove the troll scene, stating “Hermione is so very arrogant and annoying in the early part of Philosopher’s Stone that I really felt it needed something literally huge to bring her together with Harry and Ron. She concocts the Polyjuice Potion needed for the trio to disguise themselves as Draco’s housemates to collect information about the Heir of Slytherin who has reopened the Chamber of Secrets.
However, she is unable to join Harry and Ron in the investigation after the hair plucked from the robes of Slytherin student Millicent Bulstrode with whom Hermione was previously matched up during Lockhart’s ill-fated Duelling Club was that of her cat, whose appearance she takes on in her human form; it takes several weeks for the effects to completely wear off. Hermione is Petrified by the basilisk after successfully identifying the creature through library research.
Though she lies incapacitated in the hospital wing, the information she has found and left behind is crucial to Harry and Ron in their successful mission to solve the mystery of the Chamber of Secrets.
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Features The favourite fictional characters Is your favourite among them? Interviews by Julia Stuart Thursday 3 March His instincts are against social climbing, pseudo-intellectualism and the humdrum.
Esther Winfield Anderson, known and feared as Aunt Esther, is a fictional character from the television series, Sanford and was played by actress LaWanda Page, an acquaintance of the series’ star, Redd was Foxx’s first and only choice to play Esther. Enemy for Foxx’s character. At first, Fred’s main enemy on the show was in his sister-in-law and Lamont’s aunt, Ethel (Beah.
What you didn’t know was that his feelings are actually true Pick from 16 eligible students to befriend, date, and graduate with. Where will this love game take you, and will it be a happy ending? This story will contain one-shots with each character, with three parts. Can L Figure You Out? Are you an ally, or his enemy? You find yourself asking this question along with many more as you try to figure out what’s wrong with your mafia boss boyfriend.
Were his intentions malice? Or was he trying to protect you? You don’t really care about being popular or whos dating whom or any of that other crap. The main thing in your life is you friends and music. Musics the only thing you really love
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Piper Halliwell is a fictional character from the American television series Charmed, played by Holly Marie Combs from October 7, until May 21, The character was created by Constance M. Burge, who based Piper on her second-oldest is introduced into the series as the middle sister to Prue (Shannen Doherty) and Phoebe Halliwell (Alyssa Milano).
List of Charmed episodes Piper is the second eldest Halliwell sister and is portrayed by Holly Marie Combs in all of the show’s aired episodes as well as the unaired pilot, making Combs the only cast member to appear in the complete series and the first pilot. At the start of season one —99 , six months have passed since the death of her Grams, Penny Halliwell Jennifer Rhodes.
Piper having already moved back into her family’s Victorian Manor with her eldest sister Prue Shannen Doherty , is later joined by their youngest sister Phoebe Alyssa Milano. A major plot for the first episode of the series focuses on Piper realizing that her boyfriend, Jeremy Eric Scott Woods , is a warlock , when he seizes upon the opportunity to kill her for her powers, forcing Piper and her sisters to vanquish him.
During this season, Piper works at the restaurant Quake as a chef and later as its manager. She develops an on-again off-again relationship with the handy-man Leo Wyatt Brian Krause who she later discovers to be her whitelighter — a guardian angel for good witches. As Piper hones her skills as a witch and a business owner, she eventually comes to the conclusion that despite her love for Dan, her heart will always belong to Leo.
This would reset the exposure of magic and save Piper’s life. The Source agrees, knowing that he plans to double cross her in the end as Phoebe will be immune to the time reset while in The Underworld.
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Characteristics[ edit ] Screenshot from the original PC Engine version of Tokimeki Memorial illustrating the complex system of statistics standard of the genre. In a typical dating sim, the player controls a male avatar surrounded by female characters. The gameplay involves conversing with a selection of girls, attempting to increase their internal “love meter” through correct choices of dialogue.
The game lasts for a fixed period of game time, such as one month or three years. This gives the games more replay value, since the player can focus on a different girl each time, trying to get a different ending. Dating sims such as Tokimeki Memorial often revolve almost entirely around relationship-building, usually featuring complex character interactions and branching dialogue trees , and often presenting the player’s possible responses word-for-word as the player character would say them.
The Girlfriend Fairy is a fictional character created and portrayed by Rebecca Parham, in which first appeared in the animation with the same name. The Girlfriend Fairy is basically Rebecca herself but in a costume. She wears a silver crown with brown jewels, she has brown hair, has different.
SHARE Neuroscientists mapping the brain have discovered that reading fiction taps into the same brain networks as real life experience. When you are engaged in reading a fictional story your brain is literally living vicariously through the characters at a neurobiological level. For years now, neuroscientists around the world have been using brain imaging technology to hone in on the specific brain regions and neural networks that are activated when someone is reading fiction.
For the new Carnegie Mellon study, the researchers were able to use fMRI to identify specific parts of the brain which are responsible for such subprocessing as the relationships between characters, parsing sentences, and determining the usage and meaning of individual words. Leila Wehbe, a Ph. It turns out that movement of the characters—such as when they are flying their brooms—is associated with activation in the same brain region that we use to perceive other people’s motion.
Similarly, the characters in the story are associated with activation in the same brain region we use to process other people’s intentions. In his lecture, Mar discussed how exposure to narrative fiction can improve theory of mind and someone’s ability to understand what other people are thinking, feeling, and doing. Throughout the process of reading narrative fiction, the reader learns life lessons from how he or she personally experiences the journey of the protagonist and other characters in the story.
As the father of a 7-year-old, I have witnessed the theory of mind benefits of my daughter and other children losing themselves in a good story and narrative fiction. Interestingly, the USC study brain scans showed a direct correlation between how well a reader could make a connection between a new word and a sound, and the volume of gray matter in the hippocampus and cerebellum. In future studies, the researchers will explore how to combine data from other factors, such as white matter connectivity, and default mode network and task functional MRI.
In America, there are currently more televisions per home than human beings.
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In the Myers-Briggs typeology system, there are sixteen personality types consisting of four letters: E for extrovert or I for introvert, S for sensor or N for intuitive, T for thinker or F for feeler, and P for perceiver or J for judger. You can read more about Myers-Briggs here and find books about it here. Just for fun, here are the Myers-Briggs types of a whole lot of fictional characters. They are pragmatic and like things to be organized and clear.
Older woman with a younger man is so hot! I can’t believe there’s no list for this.
This is the main point of Experimental Comic Kotone. My Bride is a Mermaid has an episode where San’s Dad, Lunar’s Dad, Shark Fujishiro, and Masa played one of these games in an attempt to understand girls’ feelings so they can better relate to San and Lunar. It ends up failing in an epic fashion. The World God Only Knows takes this to metafictional levels, featuring a Dating Sim otaku who captures escaped spirits by applying his knowledge of dating sims and their sub-genres.
Done as a joke at a comicon in Japan, where Studio Pierrot showed a redubbed set of Bleach clips meant to be an advertisement for an upcoming dating sim. There’s two ‘dates’ in Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker , where you can go to the beach with either Paz or Kaz. You speak to them using the Co-Op battle cries, and then if they like you you can invite them into the cardboard box for quality time. They’re parody, but both Paz and Kaz have different personalities which come out during the dates Paz likes being complimented and treated gently, Kaz likes being punched and Big Boss staring at his crotch with the binoculars.
It’s mostly just them saying “Duh”, occasionally pausing to talk about how awesome Strong Bad is.