Discussion in 'Polls' started by Timmybaby17, Mar 20, 2004.
Sam, most loyal of all. He continues to the end and never gives up hope.
lmfao I still remember all the gay jokes on Frodo and Sam.
Hobbit on Hobbit. Sam and Frodo sitting in a tree, K-I-S-S-I-N-G.
Aragorn's pretty cool, but I also like Faramir...just as long as I can ignore his bouts of emoness.
lmfao on the Warcraft reference.
I won't label Faramir as an emo. True he's got sibling issues with Boromir, but can you blame him? It's all down to that **** Denethor. :S
You have a point there. He's still my other favorite male LotR character whatever issues he has.
I have to say, I voted legolas. He was loyal and a great companion, and awesome with a bow.
It was close with faramir and haldir though, even though haldir was only in the first book. XD
I like Eomer too, but not as much as those three.
I'm with Gollum..
Because, he's sneaky, clever, slim, never seems to wear down..And not to mention his damn good looks
LOL Gullom...what about Smeagol?
And I almost forgot about Eomer. I likes me a horse lord too! Good mentions Azrielle1024.
Na, smeagol looked creepy
I would have taken:
Other: Saruman, Gollum/smeagol, Faramir, Eomer, Haldir, The Witch-King(if he has a gender), Old Gaffer
Druid, the Witch-king's gender is male so he can count. Unless someone can find and state proof that he's really a she, he's a he. Plus I know certain that of all the Rings of Powers (the One Ring, 7 Dwarves, 9 Men, and 3 Elves) only 1 Ring-Bearer was female and that was Galadriel. I could be wrong, and if so I would like some one to show me wear I can find out the gender of the other Ring bearers. My point is, Druid, Witch-King counts.
Well if the witch-king is female, wouldn't he be the witch-queen instead lol
lol that's true
I voted for other. Faramir was always my favourite male LOTR character.
For those questioning the Witch King's gender, be assured that he's a male. In fact the Ringwraiths are confirmed to be the nine human kings accepting the Rings of power by Sauron's machinations. King=the male gender.
Bit of an unrelated q i know, but why could no man kill him?
That reason I don't remember but it's cool that a woman did!
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