Hello! I have an exciting post for you today. Let me introduce a fellow aniblogger, Lejla Imširović (World of Anime Girl). The two of us are doing an interview collaboration together. Yay yay! So exciting! Here’s a little background information about Lejla.
Lejla Imširović is from Bosnia and Herzegovina. She is currently an undergraduate student of Electrical and Electronics Engineering. She writes on her own blog at World of Anime Girl. Her absolute favourites are fantasy, action and adventure anime.
This collaboration post lets us know more about Lejla. We provided 5 questions each and answered our combined 10 questions. I’ll post Lejla’s answers here on Fujinsei, while she’ll post my answers on her own blog at World of Anime Girl.
1. If you could star as an anime character in a live-action movie adaptation, who would it be?
Being able to cast magic has always been one of my biggest dreams and starring in a live-action adaptation might at least give me the feeling of having such a power. So, if I could star in an anime movie adaptation, then it would probably be in a live-action version of Fate/ Stay Night, playing the role of Rin Tohsaka. Rin is a strong, independent and confident girl and ever since watching Fate/ Stay Night: Unlimited Blade Works, I’ve been a fan.
2. If you can chose your own family members, which anime characters would you want to be in your family? Why?
If I could chose anime characters as my family members then I’d pick Minato and Kushina from Naruto for my parents and, since I’ve always wanted to have a big brother, I’d like to have Natsu from Fairy Tail as my ‘Onii-chan’. The reason I picked Minato and Kushina is because they are one of my favorite anime couples. They are both strong ninjas and I think that life with such parents would never get boring. As for Natsu, I am sure that he’d be an amazing older brother. He is someone you could go on crazy adventures with and always have his back in case you’re in trouble.
3. What anime world would you like to live in?
This one is pretty easy. It is either the Fate world because of the magic or the world of Naruto. Both worlds are extremely exciting and it would be so cool to either study magic or learn ninjutsu.
4. What anime world would you never want to live in?
That would undoubtedly be the world of Attack on Titan. Of all the horror/thriller anime I’ve seen, the world of Attack on Titan would, with great extent, be the worst one to live in.
5. As an anime fan and an aniblogger, how do you see yourself in 1 year? 3 years? 10 years?
I am pretty sure that one year won’t change that much. I’ll probably still be an ordinary university student that spends her free time with anime and blogging. In three years life might look a bit different. I hope that I’ll have finished university by then so I am not sure if I’ll have that much free time anymore. Maybe I won’t be blogging anymore, but I’ll definitely be still watching anime. As for my life in ten years, I always kinda pictured my self sitting in the living room, with my little son watching a new Boruto episode or something like that. Now that would be perfect.
6. Pirate, Ninja or Shinigami?
I think that the answer is clear considering the things I wrote in the previous questions. The answer is definitely Ninja!
7. If you could have any anime power, what would it be?
I actually wrote a whole post once solely devoted to this question and my answer still hasn’t changed. The one anime power I always dreamed about having is the ability to cast magic.
8. Favourite anime quote?
“The beginning is the end, and the end is the beginning. Well then, let us begin again. And to each their own tale.”
-Fuwa Aika (Zetsuen no Tempest)
9. If you found a Death Note in real life, what would you do with it?
I think using the Death Note is like the death penalty. And since I am a huge opponent of it I wouldn’t use the Death Note either. No one has the right to take someone’s life because you weren’t the one that gave it in first place. I do believe that I’d be tempted to give it a try, yet I hope I’ll be strong enough not to. One thing is for sure, even though I know that it’s a fictional anime story, I’d never dare to write someone’s name in it. Just in case.
10. What is more important, the villain or the hero?
I think that both of them are equally important for the story, but when it comes to the excitement and thrill I would still say that the villain is a bit more important than the hero. It’s because the hero can be as OP as he wants to, but if the villain isn’t a challenge for him than the anime gets boring and predictable.
I hope that you enjoyed my interview collaboration with our new friend Lejla. Please also check out my interview, “Interview With Aniblogger Arria from Fujinsei”, on her blog. You’ll know a little more about me from that interview. 😉
Don’t forget to check out Lejla’s cool blog, alright? That’s all for today. Have a great day. Cheers!
/Wild Arria fled/
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