8th: Favorite character. I've answered this before on the 30 Day Challenge. My answer is still the same: Lash and Ricardo.
9th: Favorite Die/Dice Set. I don't get overly attached to dice, for the most part, but I do have a non-matching d20 that I bought years ago that I prefer to roll to any other that I have. It's just a little larger than standard, and has a strange symbol in place of the 20. It doesn't necessarily give me great results (although it doesn't necessarily give me poor ones either) but I just prefer the heft of it in my hand to slightly smaller, lighter, standard-sized dice.
10th: Favorite Tie-in Novel/Game Fiction. This is a little hard, because most of it isn't really very good. I've enjoyed some Black Library fiction, although I have to admit that much of it is kind of forgettable, at least it's not actively bad. The original Dragonlance series was the proof of concept that made tie-in game fiction viable. The Arkham Horror fiction is probably the best I've read recently. But, I'm going to say something just a little unusual and go with the Riftwar Series. It isn't technically tie-in or game fiction, although it unofficially is; it's kind of the fictional back story to some guy's home game; the author, one Raymond Feist. It feels very D&D too, in many respects, although it clearly has a different magic system, which plays out significantly during the course of the novels.
11th: Weirdest RPG Owned. I don't actually enjoy owning weird RPGs. But, if you consider a number of the free minigames that came in Polyhedron magazine back in the day, then I think Hijinx is definitely the winner. Playing a 70s groovy band of teenagers a la Josey & the Pussycats, Speed Buggy or Scooby-doo and the gang is as weird as any concept I've played. Although I don't own them, honorable mention of games I've played have to include Kobolds Ate My Baby and Paranoia. But like I said; I don't really care for overt weirdness, except for novelty value on one-off conventional style games.
12th: Old RPG you still play/read. I don't really. And what does "old" mean? Does d20 count? I still play that fairly regularly. Otherwise, I recently bought and read much of the Moldvay game on pdf. I still occasionally break out my MegaTraveller sourcebooks. But in general, I'm not really into older games nearly as much as some, and I don't consider myself an OSR connoisseur by any means.