#FantasyNovember: Top 5 Favourite Fantasy Characters
@howlsmovinglibrary tagged me!
This is hard so it’ll be some of my favorites and not necessarily my all-time faves! (Also, in no particular order)
1. Agnieszka from Uprooted by Naomi Novik
I just love how resourceful she is, and the fact that her magic is instinctive
despite the dragon’s best effortsI also enjoy the emphasis she puts on friendships in her life, well over romance guess who wants to reread it now?
2. Elodin from The Kingkiller Chronicle by Patrick Rothfuss
I know, he’s a turdI think he’s such a fascinating character? Youngest person to be admitted in the University, youngest Arcanist, probably youngest Chancellor? Namer??? I’m planning to write a character study on him next time I reread the series.
3. Sabetha from the Gentleman Bastard Sequence by Scott Lynch
She’s my queen. Like, seriously? Goals. I wanna be a badass con artist when I grow up. She’s strong and smart and I love her
4. Yennefer from the Witcher Saga by Andrzej Sapkowski
I’ll be honest, I fell in love with her in the games first, and only then did I start the books (I’m almost done, I’m halfway through Lady of the Lake). She’s just independent and looks cold but actually really cares. I love the way she calls Geralt out on his bullshit, and come on, she has a stuffed unicorn, how could I not love her?
5. Althea from The Liveship Traders Trilogy by Robin Hobb
I relate to her a lot? She fights for what she wants, and she goes through so much, I want to hug her. She’s almost a pirate, and has a talking ship. What more to say?
I do realize most of these are incoherent love declarations lol
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