Discussion in 'Polls' started by aaron.j.cypher, Feb 22, 2004.
Yea my vote goes also to Gandalf.
I voted Dumbledore, and do you know why? Its because he actually does magic! Gandalf is merely an ex-Jedi with a lantern in his stupid staff.
Maybe he's Qui-Gon Jinn . . .
No wonder Met has said that opinions by n00bs don't hold much weight. By saying this statement, you just don't have a single ****ing clue on what the Istari are all about. :S
Gandalf came back from the dead. Dumbledore didn't. Period.
Yeah, the only magic you see him do is the light thing to drive off the nazguls.
the stuff he did to saurumon was just him using the force.
Btw, i also voted for Dumbledore
Dumbledore is gay, I find that to be funny. I voted for Ganny.
Dumbledore was gay? o.o
(glad i voted for Gandalf...)
Yeah, one time J.K. Rowling just decided to tell one of her kid fans that Dumbledore was gay.....kinda harsh...but funny.
Hes not gay!! Just Bi-sexual.
Lol on seeing ppl actually voting the whole thing based on preference rather than the question itself. Obviously ppl who said Gandalf is a fake Jedi has only saw the movies. I don't remember seeing the same thing in the novels altho magic wasn't that much portrayed there tbh. But just take a decent look at the Gandalf's background and all you DD nuts will know why Gandalf is viewed as more superior. And obviously you've missed out his two rounder fight with the Barlog and him vs Theoden in the movies. :S
And ofc there's this good brief debate I've got with Kai in this topic. I forgotten which page of this topic tho, but that should be some good reference for the Gandalf and DD fans since whatever Kai has said pretty much makes sense. And erm I thought Gandalf was nursed back to life and turned into the White status rather than being rezzed in the movies? I could be wrong tho. :S And I thought Rowling has officially outed DD as a gay N ages ago?
i'm really only talking about the movies
Oh okay then. You're forgiven altho I think the question refers to more of the novels than the movies.
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