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Favourite Character

Poll: Who is the Best character
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Jebel
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Mr Blair
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Jebel
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Tel Hasani
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Bastina
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that girl in the siq who got killed by the mamla

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I picked Tel after debating for three seconds.
I might have picked Master Bush/Blair, but I just loved Tel too much!
I hated Debbat. She was in it for herself only.
And Jebel I loved, but Tel was just better. He never acted as if he knew best or that his religion was the right one. He wasn’t selfish. Perfect in every way.
Masters Bush and Blair were horrible but I simply liked their character. Even though they are not in the book for very long, their characters are so developed and flawless, and you could tell that all they wanted was money… and glory. They stole from graves, and that is the one thing I hate about them.
But Tel Hesani is still the best.

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Dr d - 24 July 2010 03:44 PM

that girl in the siq who got killed by the mamla

aww, yeah i liked her.
What was her name… started with a B or an N
And I liked her parents, too.

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Master Blair and i suppose it also means Bush becuz i just loved their characters they soundso professional and they were funnny and without them jebel wud still have been very ignorant

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Tel just because he is so wise and sometimes acts amoral

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JEBEL is AWSOME

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ProcessionOfTheDead - 09 August 2010 01:52 PM
Dr d - 24 July 2010 03:44 PM

that girl in the siq who got killed by the mamla

aww, yeah i liked her.
What was her name… started with a B or an N
And I liked her parents, too.

Her name was Hubaira, she was my faveourite.

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Tel, he is a good survivalists and a good fighter

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Master Bush & Master Blair FTW!

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I picked Tel Hesani because although Jebel changed from a spoilt brat into a caring person, he wouldn’t've done it without TH

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Why even mention Debbat? She wasn’t even in the story for 30 pages…......

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Cirque Du Freak is Freaking amazing.
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Leah - 29 May 2010 04:56 PM

Has to be Tel Hasani. Darren really does write Companion characters so incredibly. Look at Mr Crepsley and Dervish, everyone tends to feel most strongly for the main Characters main companion, sometimes more so than the main character themselves.

I really like it when he does that. It’s amazing that most people would like the supporting character more than the main character.

Back to the topic, my favorite character is also Tel Hesani.

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dervishfan07 - 24 February 2011 06:23 AM
Leah - 29 May 2010 04:56 PM

Has to be Tel Hasani. Darren really does write Companion characters so incredibly. Look at Mr Crepsley and Dervish, everyone tends to feel most strongly for the main Characters main companion, sometimes more so than the main character themselves.

I really like it when he does that. It’s amazing that most people would like the supporting character more than the main character.

Back to the topic, my favorite character is also Tel Hesani.

Yeah, totally Tel Hesani!

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Tel Hesani! He kickass <3

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Tel Hasini.

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