xwacky (xwacky) wrote,
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Saw this magic genie dude mentioned at poor_choices' place. To play, he asks you to think about a real or fictional character, and he will try to guess who it is (via a series of questions).

I gave him a try, and to my amazement, he's frakking unbelievable!

Yap, he guessed correctly on first try! \o/


So I figure, what the heck, let's try again. This time he wasn't as sharp as before, but he did got it correct on 2nd attempt.


Since I'm on a roll here, I decided to try non-fictional character. Again, he got it right on the first round of questions!


Unfortunately, that's when my (or should I say his) luck ends. Try as I may, I couldn't get him to come up with Jamie Bamber. *harrumph*

ETA: Okay, this dude guessed Elizabeth Bennet with 14 questions:
  1. Does your character really exist? --> No

  2. Is your character a human being? --> Yes

  3. Is your character American? --> No

  4. Is your character from a video game? --> No

  5. Is your character an adult man? --> No

  6. Is your character from an anime? --> No

  7. Does your character live in England? --> Yes

  8. Does your character have magical powers? --> No

  9. Is your character from a TV series? --> No (okay I struggled with this one because obviously there's both BBC miniseries and movie adaptation)

  10. Is your character an adult? --> Yes

  11. Has your character's mother passed away? --> No

  12. Does your character live with its father? --> Yes

  13. Is your character the main character of the work in which he appeared? --> Yes

  14. Does your character have a sister? --> Yes

I noticed it says Elizabeth Bennet has already been played 2402 times. So I guess while the questions are not exactly descriptive of her, her popularity among the players lead the "Genie" guessing her right away?
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