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25 March 2012 @ 12:02 pm
Fan Fiction Test  
Pillaged from americanfairy

Your result for The Fan Fiction Personality Test ...
The Mindgamer

Everything is possible, nothing is ever really over.

Fanfiction is a creative outlet for you. You don't intentionally write it, it just happens. You find inspiration in several fandoms, but are not obsessed with only one.

You like to explore "what if" situations. What if this character had never made this very choice? What if this event had taken place sooner, never, elsewhere? What if these people had never met?

You are likely to write Alternative Universes, fan seasons or sequels and just follow your (sometimes pretty strange) plot bunnies.
 
 
 
keerawakeerawa on March 25th, 2012 06:20 pm (UTC)
Me too! \o/
Kay: maggie g -- thinking deep thoughtssilvercobwebs on March 25th, 2012 07:05 pm (UTC)
Ditto!

Which is funny, beause I'd probably label myself more as a 'shippy/character driven kind of writer, but hey ho. :)
Becca: Magneto/Endymion from fikgirlbeccadg on March 26th, 2012 01:33 am (UTC)
Your result for The Fan Fiction Personality Test ...
The Weirdo

Crackfic, Mpreg, and all the other oddities.

You are pretty weird. It's hard to put you in a box. On one hand, you might lean towards the bizarre subgenres; recklessly slash people with inanimate objects, create alternative universes where Harry Potter is a 7 years old girl named Annie and don't take fanfiction very serious. On the other hand, you might be a misunderstood genius that could write Tolkien, Roddenberry and Rice into the ground, and your ideas are simply totally ahead of their time.

However, the chances you're the latter are rather small.


Anyone surprised? I'm tempted to make myself an icon that says, "I'm a writer, Jim, not a killer." I love that answer.
jedimasterstar: Tony with cowboy hatjedimasterstar on March 26th, 2012 03:13 am (UTC)
I took the quiz and came up with the same result as you. Great minds?
Pantherapanthology on March 26th, 2012 10:18 am (UTC)
Same here - though for some of the questions it was actually 'all/none of the above'.