Do you fantasize about fictional characters?

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Do you fantasize about fictional characters?

Viktor Vysheslav Malkin Viktor Vysheslav Malkin
In Books, movies, and video games, there are so many captivating and interesting characters. In books, you take the description and form a mental appearance. In movies, you are gifted the appearance of an actor and/or actress. In Video games, voice actors and numerous other technologies, such as human scanning are present. However it different it may be, one thing remains the same in these formats, and that is the aspect the in-depth and intriguing personality of said characters.

Video games a format that is growing and expanding its format daily. With half of the United States population listed as "casual gamers" more and more people are being exposed to intriguing characters and new ways to interact with them. With the latest advancements in technology combined with superior storytelling there is an all new way to interact with these characters than ever before. Games genres such as "Role Playing Games" commonly referred to as "RPGs", the gamer is put into the rule of a character where he or she will make decisions that not only impact their character and those around their character, but possibly the entire virtual world.

One such game that comes to mind is the RPG Mass Effect and Mass Effect 2. In Mass Effect you start off by creating a character, you may change his or her first name, but not his last which is Shepard. You can chose to customize your personal avatar, make it look as much like you or like someone you idolize. If you do not wish to customize your avatar, or do not want to take the time to change his or her name that is fine, you may play as John Shepard or Jane Shepard who already have a default face. After you create your face, you select a set of backgrounds and past events for your character, such as the "Sole Survivor" option where in your past you and a crew of fellow marines were stationed on the city of Akuze, there those in your command were slaughtered by an ancient alien race, and you were the only one to survive. There are two other options, and several different classes. Each class has a different style of play, if you want to be a Solider and fight with guns then so be it, if you want to be a powerful Biotic and fight with mass effect energy and use powers to throw your enemies against walls and lift them from their feet and throw them into an abyss than so be it. In Mass Effect you are given a spaceship and crews, among these crewmates are potent ional love interests, depending on how you choice to treat and speak to them you can share a moment of passion with your virtual love.

Ashley Williams a love interest for the male Shepard, a female strong minded alliance solider. While Ashley is kind and compassionate, along with caring greatly for her family, she has a tendency to be a racist. No not towards humans of any kind, but she is distrustful towards the other alien races. You can tell her she is wrong in this thought process and hope she comes around and when doing so you may anger her, you can also agree with her so not to anger her. Ashley Williams is an interesting character; attractive to look at yet you may find her space racism to be a bit much.

Liara T'Soni the only other male potential love interest and one of the two possible love interests for the female Shepard, she is from the alien species called Asari. Her blue skin and tentacles instead of hair are the only physical differences from a human. She is a more kind than Ashley, but she too you will find once thought humans to be bullies of the Galaxies. She says she has learned from her earlier assumptions about humanity, but you can tell her she was wrong to ever think such things or you can reassure her that it was alright. Depending on the way you treat Liara she you may share a passionate moment near the end of the game.

If you are interested in seeing a picture of Liara please visit Information and pictures of Liara T'Soni

If you would like to see the sex scene involving Liara and Male or Female Shepard please visit Liara with female Shepard Liara with male Shepard

If you are nice to both and flirt with both of these characters it will lead to an awkward moment near the end of the game where they will confront you and make you make a decision. The same will happen if you are a female Shepard and you attempted to romance both Liara and Kaiden Alenko.

Now to the last and the second romance option for female Shepard. Kaiden Alenko is a kind young man, whose mother was exposed to element zero, and he was born with the unique abilities of a biotic. He commonly has strong migraines and illness due to the old L2 implants that Biotics use. At a young age Kaiden was forced to go to the station "Jump Zero" a school for young biotic, here he had a run in with a strict Turian (alien species) teacher. Through kindness to this character you may have a sexual encounter near the end of the game.

If you are interested in the Kaiden Alenko Sex scene Kaiden and Female Shepard

Mass Effect 2 lets you continue your romance if you had one, or you can cheat on your previous love interest if you had one. In Mass Effect 2 there are more love interests than the first, and the previous two unromancable yet very popular Quarian Tali'Zorah nar Rayya and Turian Garrus Vakarian are now romanceable. There are so many romance options; I will only go over one for each.

Tali'Zorah nar Rayya of the Quarian species, a species that has a very weak immune system, therefore has to wear a helmet and an environmental suit. While never being able to see Tali's face you get the sense there is more to her than he goddess like hips and sweet demeanor. There was a huge response when she was not romanceable in the first game, the developers even had to change or think up a way to make her romanceable. If you are kind to her, and help her with her side mission you may have a romantic encounter near the end of the game.

If you are interested in reading more about Tali click here

If you would like to view the love scene please click here

Garrus Vakarian is another returning character, and is now romanceable for female Shepard. Garrus is a Turian, a militaristic alien species. Dissatisfied with injustice, he becomes a vigilante and that is where you reunite with your old friend Garrus Vakarian. If you help Garrus with his personal mission and treat him well you can have a romantic encounter with him.

If you would like to view Garrus's love scene please click here

Part 2 will be continued in next post!
Answers (public voting - your screen name will appear in the results):
Yes, often and with lots of fictional characters!
Airen Wolf , Lithaewyn , scarlettb , kinky girlfriend , Noira Celestia , peachmarie
6  (14%)
Yeah, sometimes
Viktor Vysheslav Malkin , Sammi , DONOTSHOPHERETHEOWNERISPSYCHO , El-Jaro , MuffysPinguLove , Envy , Gary , SydVicious , RosesThorns , Splendwhore , Tori Rebel , deadpoet , Love Buzz , Evoluchun , Dusk , seaofneptune , Alura Une , Sapphire Pet , Yiggi , P'Gell , BadassFatass , Taylor , Retro , angel142stx , Errant Venture , Bignuf , potstickers , Allstars316
28  (65%)
Every now and again, only when it is a character that really
Not much at all, but there is atleast one.
~LaUr3n~ , Kynky Kytty , Lady Venus , Kindred
4  (9%)
Haven't found a character I like that much
sexysweetieshan , usmcwife99 , dv8
3  (7%)
No, and I am disgusted by those who do
Other
Sir , ChubbyNerd
2  (5%)
Total votes: 43
Poll is closed
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Viktor Vysheslav Malkin Viktor Vysheslav Malkin
Part 2: Continuation

Another video game genre that is picking up steam is "Massive Multiplayer Role Playing Games" or commonly referred to as "MMORPGs". Players create their own personal avatar and explore rich virtual worlds. Players can meet others, become friends, and even more in some cases. Players and their new found friends can go exploring, take on a giant monster or even rise to the top in an in-depth guild or government like system. MMORPGs are not bound by a certain sub genre like fantasy, but many are exploring new grounds like sci-fi and historical yet fictional worlds. New MMMORPGs that are based on popular books, movies and even other non MMORPG worlds, such as the current and forthcoming Star Wars MMORPGs.

Books are ancient and still ever popular, not to mention huge source for intriguing characters. With hundreds of thousands of published authors, to young upstarts, to a great yet unknown story teller, new stories and characters are almost limitless. Through the actors pen the character speaks to us. With every thought and action we learn more about our favorite characters, whether the character has been in one book, or the character is in several books within a large series.

Along with the many genres of books, we also have huge communities of fan fiction, some even endorsed by the original author of the works being modified or told in many different ways. We can find new characters and even characters we knew in new situations. One could argue that since said works are not from the original author we can not draw conclusions of previously used characters. Others could argue that they are not changing the character, and some may add they are further developing the characters.

Not a very old format, but still producing great stories and characters, the movie industries continues to provide great entertainment. Whether it is classic from the 1950s or newer and modern movies. Actors and Actress give the character an appearance and a voice to speak to us. Whether it is James Cameron's Avatar, or Gone with the Wind, movies still find a way to pull at our heart strings while providing us with in-depth and interesting characters.

Whatever it be, throughout history people have always been fascinated with fictional characters. Whether it be a peasant in the 1200s fascinated with a fable or tale, or the musings of a bard. Whether it is a modern day man or woman with his or her book, movie, or video games.

If you would like to share your fantasies or your fondness of a fictional character please feel free. Do you or your partner dress and act out your fictional crush or admirer? Or are you turned off by this? Please share with us.

Thank you for your time,
Viktor Malkin


PS: Public Voting
02/01/2010
Viktor Vysheslav Malkin Viktor Vysheslav Malkin
Here is a few extra love scenes from Mass Effect 2 that I did not include

Miranda Lawson
Jack (also known as Subject Zero)


My favorite is Tali, gotta love that girl
02/01/2010
Sammi Sammi
Mostly characters from books. Although there are a few from movies that I do think about
02/01/2010
Airen Wolf Airen Wolf
Quote:
Originally posted by Viktor Vysheslav Malkin
Part 2: Continuation

Another video game genre that is picking up steam is "Massive Multiplayer Role Playing Games" or commonly referred to as "MMORPGs". Players create their own personal avatar and explore rich virtual ...
Heh I had my own real life MMORPG romance, I met Arch while playing Lineage and we traversed all of Aden in both Lineage 1 and 2 before moving to WOW where we finally met and hooked up!

I have fantasized extensively about the world of Laurell K. Hamilton's Anita Blake. It is such a cool place I just had to put myself there.
02/01/2010
DONOTSHOPHERETHEOWNERISPSYCHO DONOTSHOPHERETHEOWNERISPSYCHO
The name Shepard makes me think of Derek Shepard (McDreamy).

I actually liked a few characters from anime. Spike from Cowboy Bebop, Mugen from Samurai Champloo. Sasuke, Itachi and Shikamaru from Naruto. Woowee.

My husband is pretty fond of Hinata and Sakura from Naruto.
02/01/2010
Viktor Vysheslav Malkin Viktor Vysheslav Malkin
In Gaming, right now Tali'Zorah vas Normandy has me running around in circles

In anime, my favorite sereis is Lupin the third, so Fujiko Mine is nice. My second favorite is Rurouni Kenshin and Kaoru kamiya from that series.

I am a big fan of David Gemmell ( may he rest in peace), and when i was 17 I had a huge crush on Waylander's daughter Miriel (in the third book, where she is GROWN!), I refused to accept the ending where she got married to an older man. I am stubborn that way

Waylander Wikipedia
02/01/2010
El-Jaro El-Jaro
"Do you want to date my avatar?"
02/01/2010
Viktor Vysheslav Malkin Viktor Vysheslav Malkin
Quote:
Originally posted by El-Jaro
"Do you want to date my avatar?"
why yes I do! Nah I am just kidding!

Anyway I wanted to clarify the third option it is :

"Yes if a character really "grabs" me!"
02/01/2010
Adriana Ravenlust Adriana Ravenlust
I used to when I was a teenager but now.. mostly my husband
02/01/2010
Sir Sir
No, I do not. I only fantasize about one person, and that's my little girl. She, on the other hand, is positively in love with a couple of male characters, like Marius from Anne Rice's vampire series, and Sephiroth from Final Fantasy 7. There may be others for her, but I do not remember. In any case, I do not. I do not think such things of people who do though. There's nothing wrong with fantasizing about a fictional character.
02/01/2010
~LaUr3n~ ~LaUr3n~
Just one...Indiana Jones!
02/02/2010
Viktor Vysheslav Malkin Viktor Vysheslav Malkin
I had a friend who would get very offended when someone mentioned hentia, or if they even slightly hinted at any cartoon character as being attractive. He would then say "you outta be punched in the face" or something like that. I always though he was harboring some deep lust for a cartoon character and it pissed him off. Ah well though, I do not understand his point of view, but I knew it got his feathers in a bunch
02/02/2010
Chilipepper Chilipepper
Roger Smith from 'The Big O' (just to strip those gloves off and mess those sculpted eyebrows up! LOL)

What woman hasn't concerning Snape from the Harry Potter movies? All - those - buttons!!

I know this'll sound crazy, even to the genre fans, but Emmet Hawksworth from 'Keeping Up Appearances' - a snarky older man? F'yeah, I'm on that.

(Prince) Lonestarr from 'Spaceballs' - a scruffy-cute-kinda-clu eless space captain piloting a space-cruising Winnebago appeals to my surrealistic side.

Oh, and Viktor, your friend probably has a mad passion for Smurfette from the 'Smurfs' cartoon. It'd be kinda embarrassing to admit such a thing.
02/02/2010
El-Jaro El-Jaro
Quote:
Originally posted by Chilipepper
Roger Smith from 'The Big O' (just to strip those gloves off and mess those sculpted eyebrows up! LOL)

What woman hasn't concerning Snape from the Harry Potter movies? All - those - buttons!!

I know this'll sound crazy, ...
a snarky older man could also be Gargamel too.

I have a thing for Erin Esurance. It's the pink hair and the voice.

The princess from the Black Cauldron series gave me funny feelings.

Riku from FF10 and X-2. If Tara Strong does the voice on a not too cutesy character or a boy character, it's hot.

I think live action characters are slightly different in this case because a real person is playing them and not an animated drawing with someone doing a voice.
02/02/2010
Envy Envy
As a teenager, yes, all the time. (Wasn't dating, so I had my fantasies.) My bf is bi and does every so often of some of his favorite characters. (Especially a character from Resident Evil who wears a gasmask.) It's so cute, I plan on someday crossdressing as them and not saying anything, just waiting for him to come home to surprise him....
02/02/2010
Gary Gary
Dr. Girlfriend!
02/02/2010
SexyTigerX SexyTigerX
My husband, of course he's not fictional.

So, probably the men in the erotic books I love reading. Yea, that would be it.
02/02/2010
SydVicious SydVicious
I just read the Twilight series.... Edward Cullan anyone? LOL Totally embarrassing.. I am a grown ass woman.
02/22/2010
Tori Rebel Tori Rebel
Adrian and Green from Amy Lane's Little Goddess series.

And a non-written, but tv fictional character- Brian Kinney from QAF. Don't get me wrong, I love the actor, Gale Harold is beautiful and talented, and very intelligent but there's just something about that cocky, egotistical, arrogant bastard he plays that drives me up a wall.
08/10/2010
Blinker Blinker
Doctor Who (10th and 11th only).

Dr. House, Col. Hans Landa from Inglourious Basterds, Christian Bale's Batman, Robert Downey Jr.'s Sherlock Holmes...several others. I'm a busy girl.
08/10/2010
Evoluchun Evoluchun
there are several depending on the roles especially with johnny depps roles almost all are hot in thereselves...
08/11/2010
Dusk Dusk
Characters from books, definitely.

Most specifically, Jamie from Diana Gabaldon's Outlander series. Mmmmmmmmm...
08/11/2010
P'Gell P'Gell
I didn't vote, because I don't fantasize about fictional characters (unless they are of my own imagination) but I certainly don't think it's "disgusting" to do so!

People have different things that get them going. Whatever works with people is cool with me.

I also don't game, so the post was confusing for me. But, again, I think if characters turn people on, they should run with it and get it on!

What people fantasize about is so personal, that others should not often judge. (With the exception of child/underage fantasies, IMO.)

If game characters get you off, more power to you!
08/11/2010
seaofneptune seaofneptune
I used to a lot in high school, not so much anymore though. That wouldn't stop me from loving to see my partner dressed up as Spiderman (preferably in the black suit), Boba Fett, or a Jedi though. I would love that, and the young me inside would love it.

Now after seeing Inception, there are quite a few guys in that movie I want to form a man pile with. ^_~
08/12/2010
Alura Une Alura Une
Kind of related, I just responded to the topic of Screwing cartoon characters and probably will end up being a threadsecutioner because I'm such a nerd. I think about fictional characters a lot, almost always characters from Japanese comics, games and animation. It's rare that I fantasize about them (don't have time for such fantasy nowadays), though.
08/13/2010
JEM JEM
Eric Northman from TrueBlood! So yummy!
08/14/2010
P'Gell P'Gell
Once in a while, the lover-enemy of my namesake. Done by the father of the Graphic Novel, Will Eisner.

P'Gell and Denny Colt, (The Spirit) I'm such a nerd.



The introduction with the infamous line, "I'm P'Gell and this is not a story for little boys." Long before the Comics Code rid comics of things like this.

02/05/2011
BadassFatass BadassFatass
Every now and then I find myself thinking of characters from books and movies.
02/05/2011
Retro Retro
I think my biggest kick was Kratos from God of War...I think I liked how he looked painted and I've always wanted to roll around in paint on a huge piece of paper and make a picture..mmmm....I need to go do something now >.>
07/18/2011
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