Fandom Mashups is a feature hosted by Lunar Rainbows Reviews. There's a different scenario each week, and you choose a "dream team" of five characters from five different fandoms whom you think are best suited for the situation.
This week's topic is:
You've met a SERIOUSLY annoying person and try as you might, you can't seem to get rid of him/her. As one final last ditch effort, you've decided to make yourself a team of annoying characters to fight fire with fire, because what could go wrong? Which characters from within your fandoms are you going to pick? (Part 1 of 2)
Looking over my picks for this week's topic, I can confidently say that I would NOT want to be locked in a room with them, lolol. Not everyone may find these characters annoying, but they all grated on my nerves quite a bit:
- Elena Gilbert (The Vampire Diaries): Specifically, Elena as she's portrayed in the the VD novels that I read. And I only read said novels (three total) because Melissa begged me to. (I feel she still owes me coffee or something for that.) Book Elena lacks common sense about 99.9% of the time, which is one of my biggest pet peeves when it comes to fictional characters.
- Anakin Skywalker (Star Wars: Episode II: Attack of the Clones): Specifically, Anakin in this movie. He comes off so petulant, like if Obi Wan doesn't let him have his way, Anakin gets all pouty about it. This is not the future Darth Vader I pictured in my mind at all.
- Tris (Divergent): I quit Divergent after one book, and Tris was a big factor in that. The way she treated her "friends" really, really bothered me. I understood that they were also her competitors, but I thought she could be really two-faced with them.
- Argus Filch (Harry Potter): This guy is always in the place where you least need him to be. He's also incredibly annoying in the Lego HP game because if he catches you prowling around Hogwarts after hours, he literally grabs you and won't let go until your teammate rescues you.
- Robert/Robin Arryn (Game of Thrones/A Song of Ice and Fire): No matter what name this kid goes by, he's a little brat. To be fair, his mother is mostly to blame for that, but excusing his behavior goes out the window (or should I say, Moon Door? XD) whenever I think of him destroying Sansa's Winterfell that she built out of snow. It's hard to believe that he's a cousin to the Stark children.