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Which Tortall Heroine Are You?

To celebrate the release of Tamora Pierce's Bloodhound, Random House has put together a bit of fun with their Which Tortall Heroine Are You? quiz. Find out here. I took it and it looks like I am:
Kel
You are most like Kel. You are an untraditional girl and are known to take great risks. You will stop at nothing to protect those who are important to you or those who are unable to help themselves. You always manage to hold your own in a fight, either due to your sheer determination or your magical powers.





Untraditional...check. Protect those important to you....check. Ooh, magical powers! Excellent...

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  1. But Kel didn't HAVE any magical powers, did she?

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  2. Regardless of the quiz I want to be Daine, for one simple reason: Numair!

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  3. Lana, you're right! Hm.

    Rhiannon, an excellent reason that. :)

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  4. I got this: "You are most like Alianne. You are rebellious and cunning. Like her mother, Alanna, you risk your own life to protect those around you, but you would rather they did not know it. Your passion for justice is just as strong as your compassion for others and they often conflict with one another."

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  5. Janicu, you sound very noble. :)

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