By: Jason Dueck |  | April 26, 2017
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he only podcast that’s never cut off its padawan braid, it’s Infinity +1! Jason, Allison, and Kyle continue down the character archetype trail with this week’s Question of the Week about the loveable giants in fiction. Then it’s time for the first look for the interviews of the Geekdom House staff, starting with Jason. Hear the answers he gave to some very creative (and equally devious) questions.

Question of the Week

Examples from left to right: Pyrrha (RWBY), Groot (Guardians of the Galaxy), Chewbacca (Star Wars), Toriel (Undertale), Armstrong (Full Metal Alchemist), Petra Arkanian (Ender’s Game), Braum (League of Legends), Freya (Final Fantasy IX), Hagrid (Harry Potter), Baymax (Big Hero 6).

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By:Allison Barron
Then in the second segment, it can be difficult to accept when you aren’t the “chosen one” for any situation. Like Zelda in Breath of the Wild, how can we learn to accept when we aren’t the one who has the biggest role in an adventure.

Our hosts dissect Dustin Schellenberg’s article Not The Chosen One to try to find some answers and talk about one of their favourite heroes along the way.

Credits & Links

The song in the break is Pig-Man by Lazy Nerd 204 [used with permission]

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Jason Dueck
Producer
Jason has been a nerd since before his hands were big enough to properly hold an N64 controller. Raised on a hearty diet of Star Wars, Pokémon, and Harry Potter, he hasn’t met a short magical creature he doesn’t like. From Captain Kirk to Commander Shepard, his love for science fiction extends to the final frontier. Jason is a graduate from communications at Red River College in Winnipeg.

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