My Heroes

NOTE: Still under construction. :)
This is a long list. These are the guys who I adore, love and think are really nice.
Some guys are new, some I have had for ages, and some don't even have a description of why I like them when I am actually feeling like doing it, I 'll write something for them, I'm sure they'll forgive me. ;) And yes, some of them are from different blog posts, which I've just copy and pasted to here.

Sir Luca Forelli-from the River of Time series, by Lisa T. Bergren.
Now, if you read the first three books. i.e. Waterfall, Cascade and Torrent chances are that you won't get to hear that much about Luca, he's usually in the background adding a humorous quip in the background. He's got green eyes and he's blonde and as we all know Vellvin has this thing for blonde guys. No idea why. :) Luca is committed, kind and determined. He's captain of the Forelli guard and is very stern when it comes to his duty. He's a bit of a flirt but that's only to the one girl that he really, really likes. And his patient, it's quite obvious that he really likes her, but he waits patiently to see what she thinks about him. He's a fun-loving passionate guy. And he's pretty amazing with a sword. Before reading the two novellas I liked Marcello better than Luca, now I think it's the other way around.

Sherlock Holmes- I discovered Sherlock Holmes only the start of this year when watching the BBC T.V. show Sherlock. After watching that I quickly read 'A Study in Scarlet' 'The Sign of the Four' 'The Adventure of Sherlock Holmes' 'The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes' and I am almost finished 'The Return of Sherlock Holmes'. It's safe to say that I'm a Sherlockian I think. Do not speak to me of the Robert Downey Jr. Sherlock Holmes movies, we turned the first movie off within the first forty-five minutes, and don't speak to me about that rip-off off a T.V. show called Elementary either. Sherlock Holmes has two characters for me. The gentleman of the original stories, and the sometimes uncaring sociopath of the BBC T.V. show who actually is not a 'high functioning sociopath'. as he so heated;y points out to Anderson. This Sherlock Holmes would be horrible to be around in real life, but I like him anyway. Plus, he has a really cool trench coat and scarf and who can argue with his marvelous deductions?

Percy Jackson-I read all of the Percy Jackson/Heroes of Olympus books this year. Except for House of Hades, which I was rather disgusted with after a certain thing happened in the book. Anyway, Percy's a really nice guy. He's smart, independent, and rather good with a sword. We see him mature from a twelve-year-old boy to a seventeen-year-old young man. He's usually the person with the funny lines, which are usually pointed insulting at people he doesn't like. Like Hera for instance. He is extremely loyal to his friends and his resourceful no matter what. He can control water and summon a hurricane, and just so everyone knows, he's better than Jason.

Batman/Bruce Wayne- Okay, so this year I finally saw the Christopher Nolan, Batman movies. True, these movies aren't made by Marvel, but that doesn't mean that they are any less great than some of the Marvel movies. They are also, (in my opinion) more dark and yes, pun intended as they are known as the Dark Knight Trilogy. When we first meet Bruce he's a little eight-year-old boy who's fallen down a hole to a cave where bats live. And he hates them. Next day, boom his parents get shot, fun, fun. We fast forward a little bit and he's a stupid irresponsible young man who no thought really, of what to do with his life. Then he starts to travel the world, to find a way to fight injustice, is trained by Ra's A Guhl but does not think that they're methods are right. Killing for killing and such. And he says that this is what draws the line between good and bad, and I've got to agree with him. He's a smart, smooth guy. With some nice Lamborghinis if I might add, but he sacrifices a lot in him being Batman. And the fact that he got a happily ever after, starting a new life with Selina, getting married was great. Because he deserved it.

Connor-from Assassin's Creed 3. Okay, this guy is the only guy who I've put on here who is from a video game. I get attached to some strange characters but I actually spent quite a while just watching Saxon playing as Connor. I haven't even played all of his story. Most of what I've done with him is pick peoples pockets and get into fights. I don't usually do any of the missions. Just that sort of stuff. And I mean, Connor he's pretty cool, he gets to wear Assassin clothes, have cool weapons, and he's an Indian, so what's not to like?


Horatio Hornlbower

Archie Kennedy

Prince Albert

Thor: Prince of Asgard

Gabriel Martin

Mr. Fitzwilliam Darcy

Esca is from the Eagle of the Ninth by Rosemary Sutcliff. Which is one of my favourite books by the way. He's kind and dependable and his friendship with Marcus is awesome. I love it how the author managed to deepen their friendship as the book continued. He isn't one for lots of talking which is maybe why I like him so much because there is room to imagine. The Eagle movie which was based off the book was terrible and I do not base Esca off that at all, I like him (the character Esca) because of the book. When I'm married I want to have a kid and call him Esca. :)

Dustfinger: The Fire-Eater Dustfinger. This, guy is shrouded in mystery plus, he's from another world. He's a fire-eater drawn from his own world by words, words uttered by Silvertongue. He tries and tries to get back and finally he does. This guy is really impressive Dustfinger..... I like him best in Inkdeath and what he does, he defeats Basta in it he protects Mo and is really close to him. I love him. In Inkheart he's one of those tortured characters who just want to be left alone but people won't just leave them alone. He only has one wish: to go home to the Inkworld. He doesn't want to hurt anybody, but, if someone stands in his way of doing whatever he's doing he removes him. No, not kill them though. That's not Dustfinger. Just read the 3 books Inkheart, Inkspell and Inkdeath and you'll see how awesome he is!!! :D
And yes, I know it's got Marguerite in it, but it's one of my favourite pictures of him. :) 
Sir Percival Blakeney.

Will Treaty:
Ah, now this guy has been one of my all time favorite guys since pretty much when I started reading thicker books. Will is a kind, dependable, awesomely cool character. I love it how he can be a very nice person to have on your side....and a very dangerous enemy. In the first of the Rangers Apprentice books by John Flanagan you meet Will, he's the person nobody knows anything about, the orphan without a background, and the one none of the craft masters would take him on the choosing day.....until Halt. Will grows in his character in each book and I especially like his optimism and how he's ready to sacrifice himself in The Burning Bridge. I love his friendship with the Skandians and how friendly he is. In short he's awesome!! Oh yeah, and you gotta love that hair he has!! :D


  1. Yup. Kili and Will certainly are awesome. Though in Desolation of Slaughter Kili's kinda wimpy...Hey have you read the Brotherband Chronicles? If you like RA you'll like them.

    1. :D I'm glad we agree! :) I've read Brotherband, I can't say I like them half as much as I like RA.

  2. I had to comment when I saw DUSTFINGER on this list!!!:D Ahem, oh, and of course, the other guys were great too;)

    1. Hehe. Dustfinger is pretty awesome! :) Yeah and I love the other guys too. Otherwise they wouldn't be on this list. ;)


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