Fictional Characters by Letter - P

Name these fictional characters whose names start with the letter P.
Based on their first name
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Last updated: October 17, 2015
First submittedAugust 22, 2013
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Character
Intrepid Daily Bugle photographer
Peter Parker
His nose grows when he lies
Pinocchio
Spinach makes him strong
Popeye
Power pellet eater
Pac-Man
Mickey Mouse's dog
Pluto
Ash's first Pokémon (TV)
Pikachu
One of the Three Musketeers
Porthos
Went around the world in 80 days
Phileas Fogg
Tony Stark's personal assistant
Pepper Potts
Swashbuckling cat from Shrek
Puss in Boots
First he led away the rats,
then the children
Pied Piper
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Character
Legendary lumberjack
Paul Bunyan
Messy child from Peanuts
Pig-Pen
District 12 tribute
Peeta Mellark
ADHD kid who's the son of Poseidon
Percy Jackson
Amorous French skunk
Pepé Le Pew
Vote for this friend of Napoleon Dynamite
Pedro Sánchez
SpongeBob's BFF
Patrick Star
Winnie-the-Pooh's closest friend
Piglet
Friend of Timon the meerkat
Pumbaa
"Th-th-th-that's all folks!"
Porky Pig
Super-strong Swedish girl
with red pigtails
Pippi
Longstocking
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Level 77
Sep 20, 2013
What about Primrose?
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Level 58
Feb 15, 2014
Technically she was never a tribute. She was selected, but Katniss volunteers. She was tribute for all of 10 seconds and never participated in the games. I assume if you knew she was initially selected, you know enough about the books/movies to know the obvious answer is Peeta.
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Level 67
Apr 23, 2014
Went Primrose as well. Drew a blank on Peeta. IMO Primrose is technically correct ;)
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Level 47
Nov 17, 2017
I didnt
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Level 73
Apr 16, 2018
If we're gonna nitpick... Shouldn't Prim have been in the draw for the 75th Hunger Games if she indeed was a tribute? Katniss volunteered so that Prim wouldn't actually have to become the female tribute...
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Level 68
Apr 23, 2018
TheCrusher - No, because the 75th Hunger Games was specifically drawn from previous winners of the Games.
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Level 75
Jun 19, 2014
I agree Prim should be accepted. Although I should have remembered Peeta - a baker named for a type of bread.
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Level 61
Aug 19, 2016
^You from New England?
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Level 64
Aug 19, 2016
Or actual England - pronounced the same here too...
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Level 46
Sep 2, 2016
Haha pretty much whenever I hear the name Peter, I think of Susan from the Chronicles of Narnia shouting her brother's name in that English accent, or Lois from Family Guy saying it in her egregious New England accent.
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Level 28
Nov 8, 2013
You should just accept Piper for Pied Piper.
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Level ∞
Oct 17, 2015
Okay
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Level 58
Feb 15, 2014
Phileas Fogg's valet Passepartout also went with him, so you might consider that one valid as well.
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Level 53
Apr 23, 2015
I thought of Phileas immediately, so didn't think about that. But I agree. He should be accepted.
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Level ∞
Oct 17, 2015
Okay
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Level 71
Jan 21, 2016
Nooo, Passepartout was his surname! His given name was Jean.
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Level 63
Aug 20, 2016
I tried so hard to spell "Passepartout"! I thought it was "Passportoo". Damn French! Also, it's confusing when you accept an alternative answer but don't include it in the displayed answer. So guessing Passepartout gives you Phineas Fogg. Why not show them both or require the user to guess both?
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Level 24
Feb 15, 2014
What the hell is District 12?
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Level 58
Feb 15, 2014
From the Hunger Games.
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Level 24
Feb 15, 2014
That's the crap version of Battle Royale right?
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Level 63
Feb 17, 2014
The Hunger Games isn't the "crap version" of Battle Royale. They're hardly alike in my opinion. Of course there's the "main storyline" but other than that not to compare.
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Level 68
Apr 23, 2018
By "main storyline" I think they meant "basic concept." Which, sure: "kids forced by the government to periodically fight to the death." But lots of things can have similar basic concepts and still be executed very differently, with different characters, events, and themes. Like, both Superman and Doctor Strange are "Super-powered cape-wearing men who protect the Earth from human and otherwordly threats," but would you really say that Doctor Strange is a Superman ripoff? Or that Star Wars is a ripoff of The Sword in the Stone, because they're both stories of "An orphan is trained by an old, bearded wizard, and by receiving his father's sword learns that he is destined to be something greater than a menial worker."
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Level 14
Feb 17, 2014
'Swashbuckling cat from Shrek'? Puss in boots isn't a pirate! He just has a sword!
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Level 64
Feb 18, 2014
Swashbuckle = engage in daring and romantic adventures with ostentatious bravado or flamboyance
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Level 71
Jul 15, 2014
Why would that mean he was a pirate?
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Level 63
Aug 20, 2016
The way he uses his sword is what makes him and certain pirates swashbucklers.
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Level 77
Aug 19, 2016
Was expecting to find Penelope Pitstop and Peter Pan here at the very least. Although I see that the Peter slot has already been occupied by another incumbent.
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Level 87
Jan 29, 2018
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