Here are the rules:
1. Leave me a comment saying, “Interview me.”
2. I will respond by asking you 5 questions of a very personal nature.
3. You will update your LJ with the answers to the questions.
4. You will include this and an offer to interview someone else in the post.
5. When others comment asking to be interviewed, you will ask them 5 questions.
Interview Meme, borrowed from sunnotshadows
Here are the rules:
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15 responses to “Interview Meme, borrowed from sunnotshadows”
1. What was/is your favourite era in the very long life that you have led? Elaborate.
2. Diplomacy, strategy or a combination of both?
4. If beings such as us are Immortal, and none of us plans to meet our end – what part in your opinion, is the most important legacy that we should instill in our children?
5. After preparing them to rule, would you ever be content to allow them to do so – on their own?
Please bear in mind your answers give me some room to reflect with regard to my own answers.
1. What, if anything would you choose to do over if you could?
2. If my husband were not an issue, would you be adverse to conversing further? *smirk*
3. Who, in your experience, is the finest swordsman you have ever met? Was that reputation deserved?
4. Are you a man who favors admiring a woman from the front or from behind?
5. How do you rather be remembered: as a merciless bastard or as a warrior loyal to a singe cause?
I have posted the answers, Milady.
1. When did you know that you were in love with Henry?
2. Would you have rather had a prince or the princess that you had?
3. How hard was it for you to watch Henry take other queens to wife?
4. If you had not have been queen, what else might you have liked to have done instead?
5. What advice would you have given to Elizabeth once she became queen if it was possible for you to have done so?
OOC: I must apologise for the lateness of the reps. I am finally getting through all of my assignments for school and catching up. Fanny has been rather melancholy as of late – I think she misses her husband.
Answers can be located here, Lady.
OOC: Oh, this should be epic…
1. If you could have any one thing in the Universe for yourself, what would it be?
2. What, do you think, is the most important thing that you have learned from your mother?
3. What is your greatest ambition and how will you bring it about?
4. Will you marry for political reasons or do you think that emotion could be a possible deciding factor for you?
5. What can your Godmother do to bring about a resumption of peaceful and respectful relations between us?
I submit myself to your merciful grace.
1. When did you first realise that you had an aptitude for magic and necromancy?
2. What was your favourite era that you have known in your long un-life?
3. What do you find attractive in another person?
4. What is your vision for all of Existence once you achieve God-head?
5. Who of we who shall left beneath you shall you remember, mon ami? *grins*
I thank you for the questions and will have my answers posted this evening when the scribe returns from her shift at the Red Cross. She is a cruel woman making me watch as she volunteers at blood drives.
For the birthday fae!
Oh yeah and you can interview me!
Re: For the birthday fae!
Interview me please fanny
For Monsieur Du Pont
1. What is the one thing you would change about your husband, if you could? I could be a perfectly agreeable wife and insist that I love my husband just the way he is. But if there were one thing I would choose to chnge about Sebastien, it is his uncanny ability to get himself dis-invited to social situations that he had no desire to be involved with in the first place. A shining example of this was when he ate the Chief Handmaiden of the Seelie Queen, Pear Bottom or Pert Blossom or what have you. There have been other situations that I am still reaping the reprocussions of. Of course, he is an executioner and inquisitor and certainly not a diplomat. While I am happy for that to be my job, I would like it if he did not make my job just that much more difficult.
2. What decade of your life has been your favorite? The ten years of my life that I was first married to Sebastien, so this would roughly be 1632 – 1642. It was shortly after Cardinal Richelieu’s death that Cardinal Mazarin sought Sebastien’s retirement. Almost a year later, Athos reappeared and killed Sebastien in a duel.
3. Have you ever had a lover that you knew you could not trust as far as you could throw them? *laughs* Yes, numerous times. One in particular that is in essence a “kinsman”. In spite of our numerous accords of one kind or another, I know he has always had his own self interests at the forefront of the relationship. It’s a little like playing chess with someone whom you know has a tendency to cheat, but you play anyway.
4. If you were free to have multiple spouses, would you? Why would I? Spouses are a very great bother, so I would have to say, ‘No,’ no matter if Sidhe law were changed or not. While Sebastien never pretended to ‘own me’, and he was in fact my consort, never King, There will always be those who have the erroneous notion that your love and regard buys them a license to try to assert some sort of power over you. They somehow get the idea that as soon as the ring is slipped upon the finger of the bride at the altar, so begins her entry into slavery to him. And to be honest, that expectation is not without merit, in spite of much romantic propaganda to the contrar. The wedding ring really is what that ring symbolises. It is not a link to the heart that dates back to antiquity, but rather indicative of the collar of slavery. A woman is more often than not regarded as chattel. It does not matter if the collar is diamond and jewel encrusted or made of iron. I am a sovereign, not a slave. And besides, it was my husband who allowed himself to be bound naked and kneeling with his face to the ground to me of his own free will. I can think of no one else who would willingly do the same for me.
5. Who are you afraid of? *laughs* I should say no one. But to be honest, I fear the Watchers. Not as individuals, but rather how ccollectively they will turn Immortals of one kind against Immortals of other kinds in order to preserve themselves and their agenda at which fear is the centre. They will do it by any means necessary. I have observed what forms it can take and it causes me great concern. And those whom they influence do not even need to officially be Watchers, but rather mortals who fear those who can do things that they cannot and are things that they are not. I fear the ignorant, the gullible and the easily manipulated. They are blunt instruments in the hands of the devious and unrelenting.
Re: For Monsieur Du Pont
(This should be fun for me)