April 15, 2014

Character Crossbreeds

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Character Combinations Writing PromptCharacter Crossbreeds

A long time ago, like, a REALLY long time ago, I posted a Character Combinations Writing Prompt asking you to create a new character by combining 2 existing characters. There were some amazing answers. Seriously, you should go read the Comments from that post. Today’s Writing Prompt is similar but different. Here goes. . .

If you spliced your own DNA with the DNA of a fictional character together, which character would you create?

For example:

  • Me + Harry Potter = Lyra Belacqua from The Golden Compass
  • Me + the White Witch from The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe = Elsa from Frozen

Now it’s your turn. Create your own character crossbreed and tell us in the Comments.

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  1. squalllime9

    My character would be a cross between Bella Cullen from Twilight and Beatrice Prior from divergent. Her name would be Bellatrice and she would be immune to everything. She would be torn apart by Edward and Tobias. She is a vampire but must choose her destiny as a Divergent.

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  2. fallingfearless25

    Me + Katniss Everdeen = Merida (Kinda like BluePuma189′s)
    Me + Bellatrix LeStrange (Harry Potter series) = Cruella deVille (101 Dalmatians)
    Me + Neville Longbottom (Harry Potter series again) = Dory (Finding Nemo)

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    1. catcoffee85

      +Elsa is awesome! I really truly think she never tried to control her snow powers. But still I think she’s a character.

  3. jerry

    hey guys i really really hate how we have to clean up the earth cause i mean why can’t the earth clean it self up seriously and i love you guys bye

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  4. Joy

    I would Mix my DNA with boramir from lord of the rings and it would make Elsa, from Indiana Jones the last Cursade

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  5. GREASER FAN 100

    Am I the only one who loves the outsiders (book ages 12 and up; movie rated PG-13)? if you love them as much as I do tell me!!! I luv GREASERS!!!

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