Which Character Are You the Most Attached To?

  • paralumana

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    I'm attached to Jackie Reid from my story "Scarlets", mainly because she's destructive in a way I find magnetic.
    January 13th, 2013 at 05:03pm
  • burning.

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    I never ever ever want to let Kristof go. He's my baby. He's just so cute, and quirky, and shy, and every other thing possible that you honestly can't help but fall head over heels in love with him. He is by far my most favorite character I've ever created... and then more.
    January 14th, 2013 at 07:10am
  • Trent Lane

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    I always insert my character Lila, she's figuratively speaking my alter ego...she's like an adult me, or at least whom I'd like to be when I'm 25 :P
    January 14th, 2013 at 09:05am
  • swell

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    Addie from The Fuckers, she's broken and she does want to get better but she doesn't know how to, she's a complex character and I am so attached to her that just thinking about her makes my heart hurt.
    January 18th, 2013 at 03:35am
  • devilprice

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    I would like to say both Devlin Price (i will be your paradise; my crimson sin) and Elle Morrison (blood on your hands). Devlin- there's just something about her I can't let go. Maybe because I started writing her in resemblance to myself (at the very beginning) and she turned out to be everything I would ever want to be.
    As for Elle- she is just this insane girl, who has a license to kill.
    January 18th, 2013 at 07:23pm
  • Skillet's Lucy

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    I would say Sadie. She's just so awesome and morbid. She's done a lot of terrible things, but she's really a sweet person.
    January 22nd, 2013 at 12:56pm
  • Iron Man.

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    I would say Hina of Blooming Ties, Cheyenne of City Skyline, and Charlene of Silent Tears, Bright Smiles. Hina is is really sensitive person and she goes out of her way to help others. Charlene is just so shy and awkward around Peter, it's cute, and Cheyenne is the youngest of them and she acts so childish, it's amusing.
    January 22nd, 2013 at 06:55pm
  • kili the dwarf

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    The main character or my story, Leon, who's name is Leon.

    I just feel like I have a connection with him, he just feels so real to me and I love him to death, if he were real, we'd totally be best friends.
    January 24th, 2013 at 04:25am
  • Katie Mosing

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    I think Sadie from Last Girl Standing will always be my favorite character. I have so many characters that I am constantly recycling names, but I will never name another character Sadie. She is the Sadie.
    April 26th, 2013 at 06:55pm
  • peach kitten

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    Malachi from Godspeed. He doesn't feel like just another character. I feel like he's my little baby angel xD
    May 4th, 2013 at 10:37pm
  • southpaw

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    I haven't even written his story yet and I'm already super attached to Andy Allen of Generation Why Bother. Maybe it's because we both love cartoons and we both have our heads in the clouds when it comes to our dreams. He creates characters that he gets too attached to all the time, and he knows he's stuck in his own little world and he wants to wake up, but he just can't. When I'm really into writing a story, I'm the same way. It's something that just can't be helped, really.
    Cry It hasn't gotten even better now that I've actually written the story. I see so much of myself in him - the way we both drown ourselves with worry even though we both know it's bad for us, the way we try to make everything so perfect while falling flat in the process.
    August 23rd, 2013 at 01:19am
  • bellamy blake

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    Lucy Stone is the only female character from my fandom that I feel any sort of attachment to at all, and I think it's because she's the only one I find interesting and the only one I'm really able to relate to on a more personal level. I use her to sort through a lot of my own issues because I see so much of myself in that "I-act-all-rough-and-tough,but-I'm-really-damaged" persona.
    August 30th, 2013 at 09:30pm
  • fen'harel

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    Regina Loúrdes Merlo Rendón, Lulú for short, from Lifeline. I like her pessimism as well as her lack of motivation. She has worked her ass of for years and now everything is taking her toll. I really love her as a character, because she might show some positive light sometimes, but in reality she's full of insecurities about the future and what to do with her life.
    August 30th, 2013 at 10:22pm
  • chai latte

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    Definitely Zackariah Kennedy-Harlow and Luke Morrison from my Until the Execution's Over series. Zack is so damaged and broken and lost but hides it behind his addiction and his family's wealth. Luke is such a sweetheart who just kind of got tossed into Zack's and his friend's messes by virtue of circumstance, and it's ripping him apart inside. I love them separately and as a couple. They're polar opposites but so much alike, and so madly in love with each other that it gives me butterflies to write about them.
    August 31st, 2013 at 01:51am
  • nearly witches.

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    I think it'd be a tossup between Dr. Seiko Nakamura from Unit 731 and Demi Harlow from Girls Who Play Guitar because they are both on completely different ends of the spectrum. Dr. Nakamura is this super-intelligent guy with honest intentions who is almost forced into a world that he doesn't want to be in because of his family history. He keeps his feelings to himself even though he disapproves of everything he's being told to do. Demi is this brutally honest girl with a slight attitude and she's learned to be that way by living and working in a man's word (she was brought up by her father and everyone knows that music is predominantly male-fuelled) and she doesn't take anything from anybody. They both have these flaws that are dictated by their personalities and I think they stand out as the two strongest characters that I've ever created.
    August 31st, 2013 at 09:19pm
  • bona drag.

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    I feel most attached to Rościsław from Clever Swine because he's inherited this broken quality from Nanni that just makes him easily the most beautiful character I've ever written. He's proud and passionate because he knows where he comes from and what that means, but it's also made him rather bleak and numb. He's too empathetic and that's his problem. He's like a poignant documentary photograph. Stunning shot, heartbreaking content.
    September 20th, 2013 at 12:05pm
  • swell

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    I haven't started officially writing it yet, but I love Grandma Alice in Alice's Coffee Shop because she's that spunky, vulgar grandmother that's ten shades of embarrassing but you love her for it.

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    Lately I've been loving Nat from Where the Wind Takes Us because she's hilarious and awkward and god, ilysm. She's fun to write in, and she tends to ramble a crap load in her mind so it's easy to write her because I don't have to cut things out XD
    September 21st, 2013 at 11:44am
  • halcyon.dreams

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    Blair Comeau is a fairly new character in my story, Mirrors, but he's become my one of my babies. I based his looks off of Michael Pitt (Boardwalk Empire) and just added a personality to him. At first I was just gonna keep him as a flat and minor character, but he's become more than that to me. I think I'm falling in love with him. Lol, is that weird?
    And Avery from the same story. She's not the most likeable of characters, but she is a developing one. She's been my baby from the start and a lot of the time I'm really putting myself into her character. xoxo
    October 19th, 2013 at 04:29am
  • liam payne.

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    Haven't even posted the first chapter yet, but I have such overflowing love for Fletcher in Just Another Doll. This is the first time I'm writing a story that has rather simple narrative, but I adore Fletcher because she's resilient and willing to change herself for the better. And her love for her mom just makes my heart melt, because she has the kind of relationship with her mom that I never had with mine...

    Aw, I just love her.
    October 19th, 2013 at 05:23am
  • looking for my eyes

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    Well, from my one-shots I obviously am attached both physically and emotionally because SHE IS ME haha!! But I would have to say otherwise I have the biggest attachment to Nora from The Good and Brokenhearted, which is my co-write. We haven't updated the story in forever, but she's that character that is completely different from myself and that fact alone just draws me into her. It's like I never know where the story is going for her until I just let it flow from my fingertips, almost like she's controlling me to tell her story, not a story. I only want the best for her, yet I just have a feeling that she wont get all that she deserves.
    October 19th, 2013 at 05:33am