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Fictional Characters by Letter - S

Name these fictional characters whose names start with the letter S.
Based on their first name
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Last updated: August 22, 2013
First submittedAugust 22, 2013
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Hint
Character
Sega hedgehog
Sonic
He-Man's twin sister
She-Ra
Catwoman's alter-ego
Selina Kyle
Lord of Mordor
Sauron
The first female Smurf
Smurfette
Frodo Baggins' BFF
Samwise Gamgee
Mufasa's son
Simba
Charlie Brown's beagle
Snoopy
Don Quixote's squire
Sancho Panza
He sailed the seven seas
Sinbad
Robots from the future tried
to kill her son
Sarah Connor
Hint
Character
Richest duck in Duckburg
Scrooge McDuck
Harry Potter's godfather
Sirius Black
Principal of Springfield Elementary
Seymour Skinner
Violin-playing, drug-using super sleuth
Sherlock Holmes
Feline antagonist of Tweety Bird
Sylvester
Green ogre of film
Shrek
Gone with the Wind protagonist
Scarlett O'Hara
Blue ninja from Mortal Kombat
Sub-Zero
Most famous Vulcan
Spock
Can leap tall buildings in
a single bound. Also can fly
Superman
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level 83
Sep 11, 2013
Love that Superman comment. Originally, he couldn't fly. Just one of the many evolving powers of the catch-all superhero.
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level 8
Dec 22, 2013
Sonic is awesome,but I probably would of included something about his speed.
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level 50
Mar 15, 2014
"Sega hedgehog" REALLY needs to be more specific. Shadow and Silver are also major-role hedgehogs in the Sonic series. Either they should be added as acceptable answers, or the clue should be changed overall.
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level 79
Mar 15, 2014
89% so far guessed Sonic correctly including me who has never played the game, so the clue is fine as it is.
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level 62
Mar 15, 2014
Dude . . . if you can guess those other guys, you can guess Sonic.
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level 71
Mar 15, 2014
The clue is perfect. I've never played and knew it was Sonic immediately. Clues need to be short & precise. Can't have...Green ogre of film, voiced by Mike Myers, Eddie Murphy voices the donkey, named Donkey and Cameron Diaz voices his love interest, Fiona, who actually turns in to an ogre herself near the end of the film.
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level 50
Mar 17, 2014
So what? You're saying that Shadow and Silver aren't worthy of even being noted of their existence? Well, excuuuuuse me, princess!
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level 62
Jul 25, 2014
Possibly worthy of a mention in the comment section. Job done!
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level 60
Sep 30, 2016
Can't tell if the "excuuuuuse me, princess!" is sarcastic or not
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level 71
Mar 15, 2014
May as well bill this for nerds or those under age 25. Harry Potter, Simpsons, Mordor, Superman, Catwoman, etc. This isn't "fictional" characters, this is "fantasy" characters.
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level 63
Mar 17, 2014
...do you know what "fictional" means?
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level 50
Mar 18, 2014
I have a hunch he was either joking or trolling.
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level 80
Sep 12, 2014
Yeah, either trolling or just bitter. I think there is a comment like this on most of these fictional character quizzes. I really don't get why people complain about these.

And I find it funny that rgc1600 thinks that this is for nerds or under 25s. The Simpsons have been on TV for nearly 25 years and you'd be hard pressed to find someone who hasn't watched it at least a few times, LOTR was published in 1954 and is one of the best selling books of all time, Superman has been a cultural mainstay for many decades, etc.

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level 76
Sep 24, 2014
I'm a 60 y/o grandmother and I only missed three - Catwoman, Mortal Kombat, and Springfield Elementary - who the heck is Seymour Skinner? Sounds like a porn star. I do agree, however, that many of these quizzes seem to favor younger males in their content - Superman is not considered classic literature in all circles. But I take these quizzes to learn new things, and they help me keep up with my grandkids' generation.
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level 80
Jan 15, 2015
Seymour Skinner is from The Simpsons.
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level 77
Aug 24, 2016
And Action Comics #1 hit newsstands in 1938. Just how old are you, ander?
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level 73
Sep 30, 2016
When did the hobbit come out, 1936 or thereabouts?
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level 61
Dec 29, 2016
Hobbit published 21 September 1937, according to Wiki.
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level 77
Aug 24, 2016
btw I'm 37 and this was really easy for me. I think being under 25 would be a liability, actually, apart from knowing the Harry Potter and Pokemon questions, maybe. (and ander proves you don't have to be under 25 to know Harry Potter) most of this stuff is a lot older than that. Aside from those things already mentioned, Don Quixote is from 1605, Gone With the Wind is from 1936, Sherlock Holmes is from 1886, Catwoman is from 1940, Smurfette is from 1966, Star Trek from the same year, Sinbad is from the 1600s or possibly earlier... I could go on.
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level 76
Sep 30, 2016
It is two years later and I missed the same three again. I guess i''m not learning anything new. :( I didn't say all the questions in this quiz were geared to younger males, but I stand by my original statement that many of the quizzes here are. And Ryan, I don't care when the comics came out, girls in my day just didn't read them. I occasionally read my brothers' Archie or Casper comics, but young ladies weren't supposed to care about superheroes or military things. We played with Barbies and boys played with GI Joe. Nancy Drew and Laura Ingalls were considered much more proper reading material for us - at least in my home and school. My interests were developed then and even though this site has broadened my interests, neither Mortal Kombat nor the Simpsons are one of them. We all read literature in school, but I doubt you've read many romance novels that weren't assignments. (FWIW I consider you a younger male, too.) These quizzes are not geared to older women, but that's okay.
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level 77
Oct 1, 2016
My mom is in her 60s and she is a big fan of both the original Star Trek and Batman TV series. And while, yeah, sure, *most* older women have never played Mortal Kombat, granted, I'm guessing *most* teenage boys have never seen Gone With the Wind. And The Simpsons is pretty hugely famous being the longest running television show of all time, with very broad appeal across gender/age group/other demographics. My sister's husband's mother (grandmother more than 20x over), loves that show.
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level 77
Oct 1, 2016
and as for quizzes that appeal more to girls, there are an awful lot of Twilight questions/quizzes on this site. And Taylor Swift. And Justin Bieber. And Olympics gymnastics. And Broadway musicals. and.. white cake ingredients. Now I feel like I'm stereotyping too much.
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level 61
Dec 29, 2016
People who watched Star Trek and Batman during their originals runs are very likely in their late 60s or older.
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level 79
Jul 20, 2018
As I've said before, you know what you know and you learn about the new things that interest you. I'm over 60 and everything that I know and probably ever will know about Harry Potter, I have learned form this site. It just seems a little creepy for someone my age to be reading about a bunch of young boys and girls - ain't gonna happen. My favorite Catwoman is still Eartha Kitt. I was never a big Superman fan, but would still consider it to be from the "Classic Era" of television. BTW, Ander, Archie and Richie Rich were my favorites. I have also read a couple of Nancy Drew books. They were suggested at the back of books about my brothers in spirit, Frank and Joe - The Hardy Boys. I think the quizzes on here are fair and cover a broad range of knowledge and generational information. I'm just saying that if something interests you learn about it. If not, leave it alone, but don't complain when you can't answer a question about it on a quiz.
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level 82
Jun 2, 2014
Duh. Not accepting "Simbad" are we? :)
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level 77
Jul 9, 2019
In Saudi Arabia I saw it spelled "Sindbad"
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level 15
Oct 10, 2014
Add Syler from Heroes
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level 66
Feb 2, 2015
They really need to make a movie about the journeys of Sinbad...starring Sinbad.
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level 77
Jul 9, 2019
Or Shaq
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level 60
Sep 30, 2016
Just got home from watching my friend's kid and all I could think of for the "He sailed the seven seas" prompt was Captain Feathersword from the Wiggles, which doesn't even start with S
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level 71
Sep 30, 2016
Sindbad should be accepted as it is also an accepted spelling used in many places. I was stuck on that for a while.
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level 70
Jan 2, 2019
I second that - it's the way I've always known it. I don't know if it's British or simply old-fashioned, or both.
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level 37
Oct 2, 2016
No Spongebob? I am disappointed
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level 25
Jan 16, 2017
He-Man and She-Ra? I expected it to be She-Woman.
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level 70
Jun 25, 2017
I tried She-man. LOL!!!
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level 29
Jul 24, 2017
Should also accept "Sindbad".
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level 57
Dec 18, 2017
Spock is a Half Vulcan.
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level 52
Apr 23, 2018
I can't believe I didn't get Snoopy!
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level 44
Jul 9, 2019
I can't believe 42% missed Scarlett O'Hara despite the visual clue