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Magrat

You scored 35% snark, 24% bad-assitude, 36% guts, and 43% nerdhood! (And if this doesn't add up to 100%, blame OKCupid, not me.)

Magrat Garlick is the Queen Of Lancre, consort of H.M. King Verence II. Previously, however, she was the junior witch in the Lancre coven with Granny Weatherwax and Nanny Ogg. She isn't much good at magic, despite her large collection of magical jewellery, charms and such ordered from Ankh-Morpork. She is a better herb-woman and pharmacist than the others, and unusually literate for a Lancrastian. Her mother was Simplicity Garlick, whose mother was Araminta Garlick. Witches aren't very interested in their male forebears. Magrat is thin, with a frequently red nose and an unruly mass of frizz and split ends that still awaits a Good Hair Day.

As a witch, she tends toward research, particularly into herbs and potions, following her mentor Goodie Whemper. She inherited Goodie's cottage and practice in the village of Mad Stoat, bringing a New Age attitude to an age-old society. Magrat is a doer of good deeds and a worrier, a believer in the goodness of Nature and the psychic benefits of aromas and colors. She nurses fallen baby birds until they die and never gives up hope...but, when her husband and her country are attacked, she channels Warrior-Queen Ynci and goes out in vintage armor to commit mayhem as necessary. As the Queen, she tries to support Verence's ambition to modernise and democratise Lancre although she knows that the citizens have little appetite for change and less for democracy; she is a buffer between the eager King and his lackadaisical country.

The other witches sometimes refer to her as a "wet hen". Her insecurity may stem from her mother's poor spelling. (She was, of course, supposed to be Margaret.) Unfortunately, when her daughter Esmerelda was to be named she wrote very careful instructions which resulted in the proclamation of "Esmerelda Margaret Note Spelling of Lancre".

Agnes Nitt took over the cottage after Magrat moved into Lancre Castle, continuing the succession of bookish, academic witches in Mad Stoat, as opposed to Granny Weatherwax, who distrusts "book-learning" and even words.

Their Analysis (Vertical line = Average)

  • snark Distribution

    They scored 35% on snark, higher than 31% of your peers.

  • basassitude Distribution

    They scored 24% on basassitude, higher than 39% of your peers.

  • guts Distribution

    They scored 36% on guts, higher than 45% of your peers.

  • nerdhood Distribution

    They scored 43% on nerdhood, higher than 64% of your peers.

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