7. Is there anything you especially detest or admire your character(s) for doing? I admire Jill for leaving home and for managing to have such a cheery outlook on life (incidentally, I am the same, but hate it in myself). Elsa, well, she is easier to be disgusted with. I am mostly a little frustrated with her stubborn ways, and views on women. Emil is easy to admire, but just as easy to detest.
8. Do you think your character(s) will have a happy ending? Why? Jill: Yes, as long as Salma doesn't die very suddenly. Elsa: Possibly, but she might as well become a crazy cat lady or get taken by Templars. Emil: The default answer would be no, since he is a Warden, but knowing Emil I know he'd consider that a happy ending.
9. Do your character(s) have any relationships (love, hatred, friendship etc) that wasn't at all planned, or surprised you? Jill: Seeing how Jill is so friendly, all her relationships make pretty much sense. I was a little surprised though how much of a spine she has developed in relation to her toady brother (though not when it comes to her awful mother). Elsa: Any relationships that isn't mutual hate, surprises me when it comes to Elsa. The vague motherly feelings she has for Genikon was a bit of a shock though, since that happened while writing (she was supposed to detest him throughout it all). Emil: I'm a little shocked that he has taken such a liking to Signy, because that is a bit atypical for him. She is cute though, so it is understandable.
10. What is the oddest fact that you know about your character(s), but that hasn't come into play yet? Jill: The names of all the horses on her fathers farm, and the exact moment she last wore a dress. Elsa: Not odd exactly, but the full extent and meaning of her nightmares. There are some weird ones that I haven't posted yet. Emil: Whether or not his wife is unfaithful to him? Or perhaps the knitting...