carrie221 said:Simon because he rocks throwing his easy life away to rescue his baby sister...
Loner said:You know, I read that as "Simon because he throws rocks at his baby sister..."
That tells you something about my childhood, right there.
Mal and River I think, but it's very difficult to choose. Mal because he's almost an anti-hero - he's lost everything, but he keeps on going, and while what he does is often quite horrible, but there's a core of nobility in him which he won't admit to himself. And despite losing everything, he is often very funny. River because she's so unusual. While most of the other's loosely fall into an archetype, River doesn't - she's half-insane, kind, deadly and often very childlike, yet extraordinarily intelligent. And with River, nothing's quite what it seems.
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