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Slash Purity Test Link courtesy of minitrog.


"You answered "yes" to 90 of 123 questions, with a total value of 143 points out of 189, making you 24.3% slash pure (75.7% slash corrupt); that is, you are 24.3% pure in the slash domain."


Go me!

(It's because I've read slash of some sort in every fandom listed, even though I've only written in Buffy/Angel, action-adventure, anime, book and movie. Being a reading-slut is apparently good for my character!)

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loreleif

2002-04-17 08:40 am (UTC) (Link)

it was blatantly book-based

It was? -boggle- How could you tell?

mpoetess

2002-04-17 09:12 am (UTC) (Link)

Where in the PJ film is Gandalf referred to as the Istari? Or Hobbit coming-of-age discussed? Or Eregion mentioned as a location, instead of just the Mines of Moria?

Bookaliscious. ;-)


loreleif

2002-04-17 09:22 am (UTC) (Link)

Ah, okay. -g- Depth of info; I was thinking things that were different in the book v. the movie.

FWIW, though, in the visual guide and such, the wizards are called Istari. It actually even specifically says they're Maiar, and has dialogue saying as much. I'm just as happy they cut that -- I'm hoping they leave it at the same level of "open secret" as it is in the books, with everybody suspecting their origins (and a few folks knowing) but nobody discussing them.

mpoetess

2002-04-17 09:26 am (UTC) (Link)

Yeah, for me it would *have* to be depth of info, as opposed to differences, because I haven't read the books, except for The Hobbit and a brief attempt at FOTR when I was in high school. JRR's writing style gave me a headache. I shall eventually give in and read the trilogy, I suspect, but only with plenty of Aleve handy!