Top 10 Richest Fictional Characters Posted: Wednesday, 18 July 2018 There are three ways you become rich in this world. You either slog your way up the career ladder, kissing rears and putting in overtime; throw caution to the wind, relying on your innate luck to win the lottery; or be born as a fictional entity. As you might imagine, the third route to richness is one of the least trodden, however these fictional characters command a massive amount of wealth, surpassing even real-world mega-millionaires! 10. Mr Monopoly – $1.2 billion Being a real estate mogul, one would imagine Mr Monopoly to be worth a lot of cash, but to be honest, we’d have liked to see him higher on this list. Diversification is the key to success, Mr Monopoly! 9. Lara Croft – $1.3 billion Treasure hunting is a recurring career in this list, but Lara Croft is perhaps the most intrepid of the ancient temple delvers on this list. Travelling to secret island hideaways – a little more spooky than the private kind – and fighting all manner of adversaries turns out to be a pretty lucrative trade. 8. Mr Burns – $1.5 billion Owner of Springfield Nuclear Power Plant, Mr Burns’ Casino, numerous stadiums and a plethora of other Simpsons landmarks, Mr Burns is rich, having had 104 years to amass his enviable fortune. 7. Tywin Lannister – $1.8 billion “A Lannister always pays his debts” – well, with $1.8 billion in your royal vault, you’d hope so! 6. Christian Grey – $2.5 billion Being the CEO of his own company, Christian Grey is no stranger to the expensive things in life, and judging from the sheer volume of metal, leather and dungeon equipment the man owns, he’s no stranger to spending it. 5. Bruce Wayne – $9.2 billion Son on a forward thinking industrialist and crime fighter, Bruce Wayne is a perfect example of wealth spend wisely. Let’s be honest; who wouldn’t want to win hundreds of millions on the lottery and use it to transform themselves into a high-tech superhero! 4. Tony Stark – $12.4 billion A true billionaire, Tony Stark’s passions include fast cars, futuristic technology and an arsenal of weaponry the US military itself would be jealous of. 3. Carlisle Cullen – $46 billion The man who turned the Twilight series’ head vampire into a vampire, Carlisle Cullen, having lived since 1640, has had more time than usual to amass his fortune. Yes, it may be $46 billion, but being immortal should definitely be classed as cheating in the world of business! 2. Smaug – $54.1 billion Dragons love gold, so when Smaug, the antagonist of J.R.R Tolkien’s The Hobbit, sniffed out the immense wealth of the Dwarves, there was simply no stopping him. Smaug isn’t a great businessman though; sitting around and bathing in the gold isn’t a particularly good investment plan. 1. Scrooge McDuck – $65.4 billion We knew Scrooge McDuck was rich, but $65.4 billion is a monumental fortune for a single man! That would make Scrooge the fourth richest person in the world, after Warren Buffet, Carlos Slim and Bill Gates! richest fictional characters Fictional characters, as we have seen, are absurdly wealthy people. Want to become *almost* as rich as the likes of Scrooge and Smaug? PlayEuroLotto can certainly help you out!
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