We seem to have settled on Tuesdays for posting these quizzes. Anyway, here's our hardest-to-draw forklift truck in the hot seat:
Fort Paradox Pop Quiz: Forkley
Q: Describe yourself in five words?
Forkley: Fun-loving, Mischievous, Quick, Red, Loud.
Q: What's your favourite colour?
Forkley: I'm more into textures, rather than just colours. I like my colours all bold and crazy and mixed up. Orange and black is a pretty good combination, I think.
Q: Favourite number?
Forkley: A quintillion. Partly because it's huge, and partly because the name sounds really cool.
Q: What do you miss most from your life before Fort Paradox?
Forkley: I miss the huge open expanse of concrete outside my hangar where I used to make skid marks most mornings.
Q: What do you enjoy most about life on board Fort Paradox?
Forkley: Corridors. Lots and lots and lots of exciting new corridors to explore.
Q: What would your perfect day be like?
Forkley: I keep changing my mind about that, but the main constant is that there would be a lot of lasers.
Q: Where would you most like to visit?
Forkley: I’m half-way through a grand tour of the five most impressive ruined planets in the universe. I got to two of them and then got distracted, and then an intergalactic war got in the way. Once that’s all settled down I really want to finish the tour.
Q: And finally: I've got to ask since you're a forklift truck, what's your maximum lifting capacity?
Forkley: A lot. I mean, it varies depending on the nature of the load, depending on the state of my batteries and my hydraulics, maybe even my tyre pressure, but on average, a few dozen tonnes. If I try really hard when I've just been tuned up, and I've got something compact but dense to lift, I can manage a hundred tonnes.
Q: That seems a lot for a machine your size.
Forkley: Maybe by your engineering standards, but you've got to bear in mind that I'm the product of one of the most advanced races in the known universe - people who had perfected cheap large-scale FTL transport before you Earth lot had even invented the railway.