So, February is #FantasyMonth, aaand it’s almost over before I can even start participating. *sobs* I am SO scheduling more time to focus on it next year. Anyway, Jenelle Schmidt created “February is Fantasy Month” in 2016 in which we get to celebrate all things Fantasy all month long! Each year has a theme, and this year’s is Fandoms! Which I’m really excited about because I have a LOT of fandoms that aren’t just fantasy, (most, however, are fantasy because I am a fantasy-loving-fangirl who loves dragons, elves, mystical worlds and daring adventures. ^_^) And today I’m here with a tag about one of my all-time favourite fandoms, The Chronicles of Narnia!
This tag was created by S.J. Barnard, you can read the original post here.
- Thank the person who nominated you (Thanks Jenna! Technically, she tagged anyone reading her post, and I was reading her post, thus I was tagged. ;p)
- Describe the rate of your Narnia fanatic (Nostalgic, Serious, Maniacal)
- Answer the questions below
- Tag 5+ bloggers
- Have fun!
Rate of Narnia Fanatics:
01. Nostalgic Fanatic—You read the book and/or watched the movies as a child and the word Narnia gives you a warm feeling
02. Serious Fanatic—You rediscovered the wonder of Narnia after you were older and have read the books and watched the movies
03. Maniacal Fanatic—You have lived Narnia from childhood, hid in closets on more accounts than is healthy, have read and watched all the movies including the BBC version
Okay, I really, really want to claim Maniacal Fanatic, buuut, I have never seen the BBC versions of the movies. *hides in the closet* So, I am higher than a Serious Fanatic, but not quite a Maniacal Fanatic.
Who’s your favorite Pevensie child?
Do you even know how hard a question this is!? *splutters incoherently* Okay, fine, if forced to choose, I pick Lucy. I just love her pure wonderment when she first arrives in Narnia and how she always believes in Aslan and just… I love her. ^_^
What is the most underrated book in Narnia?
The Horse and His Boy. I love that book and really enjoyed Shasta and Aravis’ relationship. Also, we get more time with the grown-up Pevensies. 😀
Who is your favorite Narnian king?
Again, with the hard question! XD Caspian! Though, don’t ask me to choose between the book Caspian and the Disney movie Caspian, both are different and I like them. XD (Don’t throw anything at me okay? I enjoy having my two separate Narnias, I’m weird like that. ;p)
Who is your favorite Narnia queen?
Let’s face it, all these questions are going to be hard. I really liked Susan as a queen, it seemed she was at her best then and wasn’t pretending Narnia was just a game. *sniffs* (I’m still not okay with her ending, alright? Not okay.)
Which non-human Narnian do you like best?
Reepicheep! He is SO cute! XD And I love his friendship with Eustace.
Which book deserves a movie?
All the ones that Disney didn’t do. I was so hoping they would continue with the series. I really love Liam Neeson as Aslan. But if I can only pick one, I would choose The Magician’s Nephew. I really want to see Narnia’s creation story and it would be fun to have the White Witch return. XD
What is one thing you did as a Narnia fan that you do not regret?
The time I binge-watched all three movies in Spanish. I really wanted to watch them, but couldn’t justify sitting around for hours watching movies, so I told Mom I was going to be working on my Spanish by watching them with English subtitles. XD Yeah, I just did it so I could watch them. #NoRegrets
I tag: Tara Savanna @ Tower in the Plains // Jorja Ayres @ Polka Dot Pens // Nicole Dust @ Legend of a Writer // Issabelle, Katherine, & Alana @ Teen Writers’ Nook // Christine Smith @ Bright Words in Darkened Worlds // Ribbon Ash @ Virtual Paper // And anyone else who wants to do it!