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Narnia Personality Test

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Postby carol » 26 Sep 2006, 09:52

Wow, that makes you quite a senior reader! I was born about 2 months after the final book was published.

I read half of LWW at about 13, and was at the wrong age. Didn't come back to them until 18 1/2, and have loved reading them ever since.
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Postby interloper » 26 Sep 2006, 18:00

carol wrote:Wow, that makes you quite a senior reader! I was born about 2 months after the final book was published.


Carol -

Thanks for your post. Being a new member, I've so far had only a couple of direct responses my posts. But the fact that yours is an observation on my age leaves me with mixed feelings! Actually I think I was probably about 9 years old when the last Narnia book was published, so there's not a huge difference - you're nearer to my age than my children's.

Have you always lived in New Zealand, are you a kiwi by birth? If so, that probably means you wouldn't say, "Who did Mister Smith give his cricket bat to?", but "Who dud Muster Smuth guv hus crucket bet to?" I grew up in Australia (have lived back in England for 28 years), and can easily pick a New Zealander from an Australian, which many English people can't.
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Postby carol » 26 Sep 2006, 20:18

Haha! I try very hard not to sound like that, but it's still the best way to identify kiwi/Aus accents - ask them to say "Sydney".

Born and bred here, of English parentage, have lived in England for about 2 1/2 years altogether, where I spoke as un-kiwi as possible! When I started school I had something of a northern English accent, which gradually faded out as I approximated the other children's speech.
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Postby Bmat » 28 Sep 2006, 16:00

As Lucy Pevensie, you may be quite timid and shy, but your heart is in the right place! You make sure you tell the truth, even if it results in embarrassment. :)
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Postby nartee » 30 Sep 2006, 13:58

I got Jill Pole.
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Postby JRosemary » 30 Sep 2006, 14:06

Posted by Nomad:

Now I'm Caspian. A noble, goodhearted but mischievious scallywag. I'd say that fits.


Me too!

According to the quiz:

As Prince Caspian you are a noble, goodhearted but mischievous scallywag! Fun loving, you are admired for your easy going nature.

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Postby Edisonbaggins » 06 Nov 2006, 14:50

I am Eustice! Cool. He's one of my favourite characters in Naria. Now I know why!
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Postby Ucarindo » 08 Nov 2006, 19:39

It seems like I have similarities with Shasta. Hmm... :rolleyes:
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Postby captainhaddock » 11 Nov 2006, 16:18

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I'm rather pleased about this - she's a sparky gal!
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Postby ArdenZ » 20 Nov 2006, 06:22

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"The master of that servant will come on the day when he is not looking for him, and at an hour that he is not aware of."
Matthew 24:50
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Postby Paul_Burgin » 20 Nov 2006, 15:11

I was Shasta apparently, although I am not sure about the bit about being frightened of girls!
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Postby LucyPevensie » 14 Jan 2007, 22:48

I took it and was prince Rilian. I was VERY dissapointed. :sad:
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Postby Pete » 15 Jan 2007, 01:33

LucyPevensie wrote:I took it and was prince Rilian. I was VERY dissapointed. :sad:


What's wrong with Prince Rillian? :??:
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Postby Larry W. » 15 Jan 2007, 02:52

Prince Rilian was weak while under the spell of the Emerald Witch, but he became much stronger after being freed from her power. Before that Jill and Eustace thought he was a "sap", but that wasn't his true self. He helps them get back to Narnia by destroying the silver chair along with the witch herself.

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Postby Maid of Ithilien » 15 Jan 2007, 03:12

Not to mention that as the King he ushered in the last age of Narnia, and had many descendants culminating in the noble young King Tirian, last king of Narnia. :smile: Bittersweet :sad: but a history to be proud of nonetheless. :pleased:
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