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2 definitions by akemi

The nearly 24 year old author of the Inheritance trilogy claimed to be a "child prodgy" (which is a load of crap, who was home schooled and graduated at age 15; began writing to occupy his time, at about 17 years old he presented his parents with Eragon, they loved it and used their own publishing company to publish Eragon. He went on a book tour for 2 years until the stepson of Carl Hiaasen learned of the book, Alfred Knof of Random House soon heard of Eragon through this connection. Eragon skipped the typical reviewing and rejection millions of other writes must confront; Paolini's book was published, not even edited of any of the dull, derivative content and was on shelves and the New York Times bestseller list in no time.

The egghead's ego grew even more with Eldest which was even longer and worse than Eragon. But he was continuously praised and fooled himself into placing himself as high as Tolkien (where he admits his "inspiration" came from) Le Guin, and Mccaffrey.

Tries to force atheism and vegetarianism onto his readers with no one fighting back in the story. Admits to Eragon (the character) to being himself, therefore a Mary Sue/Gary Stu.

A pigheaded moron who was lucky enough to skip the process of publishing and is still so big headed he tried to write poetry like Tolkien. Now he says he is writing the final book with a quill.

Worst author and role model ever. Ignore like the plague.
Christopher Paolini is the worst author ever and has an ego the size of the moon and just as crazy.
by akemi October 14, 2007
An elf princess of Ellesmera in the Inheritance trilogy who is simply the combination of Princess Arwen of LOTR and Priness Leia of Star Wars only with "voluminous black locks" and "piercing emerald eyes with eyelashes coated in oil that made them look like black petals covered in raindrops" and "thin, slanting lightning bolt like eyebrows" and "the scent of crushed pine needles" who also wears black leather outfits despite being a technical vegan.

She just exists to be the one sided romance of Eragon who only rebutts him because of the age difference as she is 100 and he is 16- even though he is immortal now. She is supposed to be the feminist role model as in Paolini's words: "And of course, a beautiful maiden who is more than capable of taking care of herself", even though she gets kidnapped in Eragon's first chapter and is not even seen fighting at any other point in the book aside from beating Eragon in one fight.

She is a cold bitch who was tortured and nearly raped but is completely unaffected so the story won't have to pause to actually have to deal with her trauma from such an experience- but she has no trauma or personality anyway.

She is powerful in magic, a master swordsman, apparently an archer, a Mary Su,e and Paolini's perfect woman.
Arya, the obvious green dragon rider and Eragon's obvious love.
by akemi October 14, 2007