Fictional Characters

Severus Snape (Harry Potter character)

Request: One of the most controversial characters in Harry Potter, Severus Snape was an exceptionally skilled wizard whose extremely cold and resentful exterior concealed deep emotions, and anguish, yet unwavering loyalty and bravery.


Said to be the embodiment of passionate desire, romantic love, etc. If he shoots you with his arrow you fall in love with someone. He's usually depicted as a baby with angel wings and a bow --wikipedia

elves in Tolkien's Middle Earth

Request: The elves in this universe are semi angelic beings and I wondered how high they would calibrate.

Batman (fictional character)

request: self-made superhero on an endless crusade against criminals

Draco Malfoy (Harry Potter character)

"Draco is characterised as a cowardly bully who tricks and hurts people to get what he wants; nevertheless, he is a cunning user of magic" -- wikipedia

Sherlock Holmes (fictional character)

Holmes is known for his proficiency with observation, deduction, forensic science and logical reasoning that borders on the fantastic, which he employs when investigating cases for a wide variety of clients, including Scotland Yard --wikipedia

SpongeBob Squarepants (cartoon character)

Doc calibrated the show at 385.


“an imaginary little creature that gets inside things, especially machines, and makes them stop working” — Cambridge dictionary

Mr. Magoo (cartoon character)

Mr. Magoo is an elderly, wealthy, short-statured retiree who gets into a series of comical situations as a result of his extreme near-sightedness, compounded by his stubborn refusal to admit the problem --wikipedia

Forrest Gump (fictional character)

Doc referred* to Forrest Gump, the fictional character, as "a great enlightened being" (maybe tongue-in-cheek) and spoke of his "almost animal simplicity" and honesty. It's a very touching movie and there are many good qualities in Forrest to emulate. --request

Homer Simpson

Buffoonish protagonist of the longest-running primetime TV show in American history.

phoenix (mythology)

"a magical bird in ancient stories that lives for 500 years before it burns itself to death and then is born again from its ashes" --

Maximus ("Gladiator" movie character)

A true leader, which people honor and respect. It also seems that one of the reasons the movie "Gladiator" is loved by men is because of Maximus and what he represents --request

Darth Vader (Star Wars character)

one of the most iconic villains in popular culture, and has been listed among the greatest villains and fictional characters ever --wikipedia

Voldemort (Harry Potter character)

Voldemort's obsession with blood purity signifies his aim to rid the wizarding world of Muggle (non-magical) heritage and to conquer both worlds, Muggle and wizarding, to achieve pure-blood dominance --wikipedia