Which H2O Character Are You? H2O Quiz

<span class="author-by">by</span> Samantha <span class="author-surname">Stratton</span>

by Samantha Stratton

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Take this which H2O character are you quiz to test which character are you. Answer these quick questions to find out. Play it now!

In the sun-drenched coasts of the Gold Coast, Emma, Cleo, and Rikki are seventeen-year-old females. Cleo is somewhat uncertain and awkward Emma is confident and sporty. The new girl Rikki is aloof and clever. Life is all about clothing, the beach, and boys for our heroines – with the school as a small distraction.

The girls are unintentionally stretched at sea sometimes because of Rikki, floating to the mysterious Mako Island. The three metropolitan girls explore the ugly rainforest overlooking the island, before being buried under a volcano in an old cave. They resolve to swim in safety by discovering an underwater channel.

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As you enter the piscine, the full moon light lights the water and creates a mysterious light.

Emma, Cleo, and Rikki move away to ‘regular’ life as quickly as they can. One by one, but life will never be normal again for the girls.

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Emma first discovers this as she goes swimming alone in the morning for morning training – contact with water is a catching fish! Other people find the same thing; Cleo – Rikki – struck by a sprinkler in the bathroom! Water seems to touch you, and before long, exquisite tails appear they have seconds to dry off. They’re sirens!

The surprises, however, are not over. They find incredible, magician capabilities over H2O when the girls experiment. Emma may freeze water. Water freeze. Cleo can make a drop into a bucket and shape it. And with a motion, Rikki can boil water. Also, you will find out which H2O character are you in this quiz.

There are three Australian teenagers Cleo, Rikki, and Emma who join together for an unexpected, inflatable boat journey. When the motor fails, folks are forced to paddle off the Australian coast to the mythical Mako Island, where they don’t dare. Cleo (Phoebe Tonkin) slides into an underground cave’s steep aperture and spreads an anchor. Spring is after her, Emma (Claire Holt) and Rikki (Cariba Heine). They want to escape from the cone of a dormant volcano and discover a little lake just below. Swimming for security seems to be your greatest option, so everyone jumps in the water.

The water starts blooming when the entire moon passes across the sky. At that time they don’t understand it, but they have become mermaids.

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The three girls discovered soon after they had been rescued by the Water Patrol. When Emma goes to the ocean for a swim, she finds out. When Rikki gets drenched with a watering grass sprinkler, she finds out. Every female sees her legs shrink together and forms an orange scaly peach queue after ten seconds after contact with water that makes it impossible to stand straight. So they just have to avoid water to stay normal.

But it’s a major difficulty when you consider how crucial water is in our life. Bigger, even from their parents, is still how to keep their powers a secret because they do not want to be freak fodder or be poked by scientists forever. Everyone has a distinct power that other people don’t have. The water can be challenging or shooting through the room by Cleo. Emma could freeze it immediately. Rikki can boil instantly, last to discover her power. What H2O: Just Add Water character are you?

Three young Australian girls who find themselves stranding themselves on exotic Mako Island, Rikki Chadwick, Emma Gilbert, and Cleo Sertori, are ending up in a swimming pool below the volcano, as the full moon passes over them and bathes the swimming pool with light. The girls are rescued and sent back to the shore, where they return to normal life until they uncover their life. The sisters find, after additional experiments, that they have extraordinary powers over water.

For more personality quizzes check this: Fast And Furious Quiz.

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