The very last or only survivor of anything? Is your character undeservedly despised and/or outcast by most people? Does your character tell off, beat up, humiliate, outdo, or kill a character to whom. Even though your character belongs to a different race/species/group that has its own culture and entertainment already, or normally doesn't care for that type of thing at all? You can (and should!) If your character finally settles on one, is it the most attractive one out of the bunch? (Faceclaims don't count unless it's highlighted how your character looks like. Does your character actually die in the process? Does xe specifically join the team/clique/crew/unit that the canon characters belong to? Does everyone mourn the death of your character? Does your character ever seriously question the morality of xir actions and/or is left with a lingering doubt that xe may not have done the right thing? The test should not be taken as the absolute final word on the quality of a character, but rather as a way to gauge whether or not a character might need some adjustment. Remember to rate this quiz on the next page! Do characters who disagree with your character's views/beliefs simply do so out of spite, stubbornness, and/or ignorance, or because they're evil or being manipulated by someone evil? Do most, if not all characters who disagree with your character's choices and methods turn out to be evil, manipulated by someone evil, or at the very least working for a dubious or selfish agenda? Mary Sue Test Hello and welcome to the mary sue test. They’re an original female character in a fanfiction story. To the point where xe learns skills that usually take years to master in a matter of months or less? Very good at her job, very desirable romantically or sexually, and sometimes very emotionally moving when she dies, tragically, and the other characters mourn her. Is your character extremely popular or positively renowned where xe comes from or frequents? See or "just know" things without actually being there, with few to no limitations, chances of backfiring, or possibility of being blocked or discovered? Maybe not mindless, but has no significant moral or emotional issues with killing/murder? Der große Mary Sue Test 20 Fragen - Erstellt von: Amalia - Aktualisiert am: 01.07.2014 - Entwickelt am: 21.06.2014 - 43.495 mal aufgerufen Jeder, der sich im Gebiet von Fanfiktions auskennt, fürchtet sie: die Mary Sue und ihre Familie! (Think of all the mainstream romance novels and films that involve – usually – a woman choosing between two men.) Have others already tried and failed in canon to accomplish this? Male Mary Sues exist too (sometimes they’re called “Marty Sue” or “Gary Sue”, but most people just use “Mary Sue” to describe this type of character – whatever the gender). Fanfiction & MMO/RPG/Original Fiction: If your score isn't this low from clicking several De-Suifiers, it may be possible that your character is poorly-developed yet, or a potential Anti-Sue or Hood Ornament. When your character makes new friends, do they care about your character as much as or even more than they care for friends they've had longer after knowing your character for only a short time? Does your character have special abilities that can allow xir to... Read almost anyone's thoughts and/or memories instantly and with ease, with. Things About Skills, Talents, & Knowledge Writers Need To Know But original female characters are not invariably Mary Sues. So You Want To Have A Powerful Or Talented Character Who Probably Won't Be Perceived As A Mary Sue? Easily control another person, with little to no possibility of resistance from the target? (IE, xe gets all the girls/guys while everybody else goes without, even if they'd rather be in a relationship or dating.). Is your character's name not merely mildly unusual (EG, a child of hippie parents being named Skye or River), but, (Having trouble finding names for your characters? Does your character have any sort of power or ability that is unprecedented or unheard of among the people your character usually associates with? Does your character have a job or skill that is discouraged, forbidden, or unusual among xir sex, race, or social status? all the time, and B: there are plenty of characters, particularly within the SF supergenre, who are neither male or female, and C: "They" often results in weird grammatical snaggles that make it sound like one is talking about a collective. Is the insulted person the type of person who'd never let that kind of behavior slide with anyone else? Does your character accomplish this feat with little effort? Does your character's knowledge allow xir to change the course of the story or the fate of a canon character? @ Tear: Ich kann dir mit hundertprozentiger Sicherheit sagen, dass dein Charakter eine Mary Sue ist. Bitte beachte die nun folgenden Anweisungen, um das von uns verachtete Verhalten zu unterlassen. Does your character almost die in the process? Update: Do answer 'yes' if you want or expect other players' characters to behave this way concerning your character, unless you have talked it out with the players beforehand and have come to an agreement. (For help/advice on making good roleplaying characters, check out the. If you do NOT know what a Mary Sue is - a) What are you even doing taking this quiz!? Here it is! Is the relationship perfect, with no real tension or meaningful disagreements between the two? I hope not, because I tried so hard to balance the good and bad traits... C. Yup. How many minor canon characters fall for/are attracted to your character? Has your character been in a lot of physical fights and/or battles, but doesn't have many noticeable scars to show for it? Does your character become a genetically, scientifically, cybernetically, supernaturally, or magically altered/enhanced being, possibly with new powers and/or better looks? Does your character share your favorite types of movies, music, clothes, hobbies, etc? Does your character know everything or almost everything about what's going on in the story/arc? Das Brechen der Regeln kann zu Konsequenzen führen. My character gets to get away with hurting feelings or breaking rules without any real consequences. Because it's a position that you think is interesting or fun? If religious, does your character explicitly have divine support or assistance in gaining converts and/or confronting nonbelievers? Does this include anyone who doesn't especially like your character, or considers your character a rival or enemy? Read this page and this page and compare what they say to your character. The character has wacky coloured hair or eyes. Aber was genau ist eigentlich eine Mary Sue und warum wird sie von so vielen Lesern verabscheut? If someone disagrees with my character, they’re either evil or temporarily misguided. (For a new character you plan to add to an established original fiction universe, see the Fan-Character Specific Area.). Yes. Did you spend days, if not months carefully and thoughtfully researching any of the following so you could try to write them as realistically and sensitively as possible? If your character had a bad past with xir parents/guardians, does xe reconcile with them, or at the very least come to a sort of peace or a new understanding with them at any point? write strong female characters. Give them flaws (real ones that they need to overcome) and let them fail, before they succeed. Part 1: Any resemblance to other characters in the "samples" is strictly coincidental, unless a well-known published character is being deliberately cited by name. Sei dir bewusst, dass dies eine Quizseite ist und keine Datingseite. You guessed it - questions for role-playing characters and MMORPG-based characters. Mit dem Bestätigen erklärst du dich bereit, den oben Does anyone who doesn't adopt your character's ideals by the end of the story end up beaten up, humiliated, miserable, and/or dead? Is xe accepted as one of the gang quickly, easily, and with no complaints or reluctance from anyone whose opinion matters? What is GotoQuiz? Is your character explicitly described/shown/illustrated as especially tall or petite? Do you plan on writing more stories about your character? Does your character pick up new skills and/or gain ranks unusually fast during the course of the story? Is your character some sort of genius or prodigy, and/or is unusually accomplished for xir age, time period, place, occupation, and/or social status? Was a major villain responsible for the death of the parents or guardians? Pointlessly Edgy Tropes To Reconsider Using Does your character possess power that can take out entire cities/legions of soldiers/general all-around-evil in one shot? Unwillingly used as a test subject, or forcefully subjected to a cruel procedure? “fellow engineers at the company”). Sprechfunkzeugnis für den Binnenschifffahrtsfunk (UBI) TEIL 5. Only answer these questions if you are taking this test for a fan character (fiction or non-MMO RPG) OR for a new character whom you plan to add to an established original series (consider the original cast as canon and the newcomer as a fan character). When your character makes xir first appearance, do most or all of the canon characters notice xir right away?