Tuesday, 27 September 2011

Pop Quiz: Miserable

Fort Paradox Pop Quiz: Miserable

Q: Describe yourself in five words?
Miserable: Grumpy, Grey, Cubic, Reluctant Co-protagonist.

Q: What's your favourite colour?
Miserable: I don't especially like any of them.

Q: Favourite number?
Miserable: I don't think I've got a favourite.  But I could tell you my least favourite number: it's 50, because of the stupid fuss the Author makes over every fiftieth episode my native webcomic reaches.

Q: What do you miss most from your life before Fort Paradox?
Miserable: The relative sanity, I guess - emphasis on the word 'relative'.

Q: What do you enjoy most about life on board Fort Paradox?
Miserable: Meh?

Q: I'll take that as 'not much', then.  Um... what would your perfect day be like?
Miserable: I think I'd be dead... you probably guessed that anyway...

Q: Not surprised.  Is there anywhere you'd especially like to visit?
Miserable: I should really go for a look round the Fort and see if I can find an undertaker.

Q: And finally: have you ever tried not being sour and depressing?
Miserable: Not that I can remember.  It's an intriguing thought though - maybe something to remember for the future...

Tuesday, 20 September 2011

Pop Quiz: Jeff

Fort Paradox Pop Quiz: Jeff

Q: Describe yourself in five words?
Jeff: Shadow, Ninja, Snail, Silent, Deadly.

Q: What's your favourite colour?
Jeff: Black.  Like my karate belt.

Q: Favourite number?
Jeff: 0.

Q: What do you miss most from your life before Fort Paradox?
Jeff: Since the '40s, I've had such a surreal life, I've really given up missing things.  There's every chance they'll just show up somewhere else.

Q: What do you enjoy most about life on board Fort Paradox?
Jeff: The CafĂ©.  It's great.

Q: What would your perfect day be like?
Jeff: Defeat evil.  Save the day.  Eat chocolate.

Q: Where would you most like to visit?
Jeff: Are you quite sure no-one's listening?  OK, Legoland.

Q: And finally: What do you make of the cleaner?
Jeff: Short work, most of the time.

Tuesday, 13 September 2011

Pop Quiz: The Bookworm

Fort Paradox Pop Quiz: The Bookworm

Q: Describe yourself in five words?
Bookworm: Let me see… Contents, Beginning, Middle, End, Index.

Q: What's your favourite colour?
Bookworm: Ak'helkth.  It's a lovely Ethklinian word for the iridescence you see on the surface of a soap bubble.

Q: Favourite number?
Bookworm: 1000.  It's a neat, solid number.

Q: What do you miss most from your life before Fort Paradox?
Bookworm: There is nothing to miss.  Every book is a world in itself, so my worlds are always with me.

Q: What do you enjoy most about life on board Fort Paradox?
Bookworm: The peace and quiet.  Although having said that, there was an extraordinary fellow with a mop running round the library screaming and yelling the other day.

Q: What would your perfect day be like?
Bookworm: Plenty of undisturbed reading time, a nice bracing walk in the country, lots of strong tea and perhaps an erudite chat with some friends.

Q: Where would you most like to visit?
Bookworm: Frankly, I'm always interested in going somewhere new - provided I've had had a chance to do some background reading about the place first.

Q: And finally: tell us something about yourself that's a bit different.
Bookworm: Profiteroles.  I have a terrible weakness for them.

Tuesday, 6 September 2011

Pop Quiz: Bubble-07

Fort Paradox Pop Quiz: Bubble-07

Q: Describe yourself in five words?
Bubble: Round, Abused, Recorded, Sunglasses, Anger.

Q: What's your favourite colour?
Bubble: Blue.

Q: Favourite number?
Bubble: 189.  And I'm not telling you why.

Q: What do you miss most from your life before Fort Paradox?
Bubble: There was nothing to miss.

Q: What do you enjoy most about life on board Fort Paradox?
Bubble: This is nothing to enjoy.

Q: What would your perfect day be like?
Bubble: Waking up and finding that blasted recording graphic had finally gone.

Q: Where would you most like to visit?
Bubble: Somewhere without handycams.

Q: And finally: What's your favourite book?
Bubble: James Pond, by Ian Fishing.