The Wayfarer (mnfaure) wrote,
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What's in a name (don't groan--this isn't really about rugby)

Poll, take two.

This weekend is already day 3 of the 2008-2009 French rugby season. Because of an idiotic satellite technician, I missed the first two days, which is why you've been spared any rugby squee thus far.

In celebration of the new season, I give you a rugbyman-inspired poll! ::waits for the cheering to die down:: For all you non-rugby fans out there--and yeah, I know that about covers my flist--the poll also talks about writing...kind of!

Poll #1254633 Cast that Player!

Percival Montgomery would

star in a bodice ripper as the buff hero with a flowing mane of golden locks
3(33.3%)
would brood betwixt the covers of a gothic romance, lord of a dark castle housing sinister secrets
2(22.2%)
appear in YA novel as a bespectacled, befreckled, bookish boy who thinks he knows everything
4(44.4%)

Bismarck du Plessis is a great name for a

general in an alternate history
3(33.3%)
a spaceship in a space opera
2(22.2%)
a well-to-do lawyer going through a mid-life crisis in a work of Literature
0(0.0%)
girl whose soldier father wanted a boy more than anything.
4(44.4%)

If Rico Gear was a fictional character,

she would be an inventor in a steampunk novel
4(44.4%)
he would be a mechanic on a spaceship
2(22.2%)
it would be a robot in children's book.
3(33.3%)

Viliame Satala could only be

Corey Flynn could be no other than

a sheriff in a Western
2(22.2%)
a pirate captain
3(33.3%)
an adventurer, à la Indiana Jones
4(44.4%)

Stirling Mortlock is definitely the perfect name for

an epic fantasy hero
2(28.6%)
a fantasy villain
3(42.9%)
just about anything. It's a great name
2(28.6%)

And if Stirling Mortlock were my character, I'd write him/her as



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