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[White Ajah Fantasy Week] Which Labyrinth Character Are You? Quiz

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Welcome to our Labyrinth!  In order to escape, you need to know which character you are.  Take the quiz below and post your results.  You will get a siggy proclaiming your character, which may aid you during this endeavor.

 

https://www.buzzfeed.com/jenlewis/which-labyrinth-character-are-you

 

 

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You got: Jareth the Goblin King

You are a strong sexual being with some fierce eyebrows and the voice of an angel. You enjoy turning babies into goblins, but who doesn't, really?

 

 

Oh boy!

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Nice! My favorite!

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6 hours ago, Cross said:

junk lady, apparently i hoard and have trouble keeping my hands to myself?

 

If you want to try again, go ahead!  But just in case, here's your siggy!

 

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Oh my gosh I got Hoggle XD Oh dear I'm not that grumpy am I? 

 

You got: Hoggle

You're a great friend and a bit of a grump. You tend to expect the worst in people, so you try to surround yourself with those you can definitely trust

Edited by The Bard Babe

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I don't think you are grumpy at all!

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You got: Sir Didymus

You are feisty, determined, and incredibly brave. You never turn down a challenge and you will fight any battle until the very end.

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Mine

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On 10/9/2018 at 4:56 AM, Hrafnhildr said:

LOL I got

 

You got: the Junk Lady

You're a hoarder and you have trouble keeping your hands to yourself.

 

XD

Hrfanhildr, I re-did your siggy, just in case!  <3

 

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2 hours ago, Kaylee said:
You got: Sir Didymus

You are feisty, determined, and incredibly brave. You never turn down a challenge and you will fight any battle until the very end.

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Mine

And for Kaylee....

 

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