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Frodo, Merry, Pipin and Sam vs. Pevensie Brothers


Jun 1 2015, 11:44pm

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Who's the bravest? Who's the most fearless?


Jun 2 2015, 2:32am

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The question as to who's the bravest is excessively difficult to answer! Frodo, of course, volunteered to take the Ring, and didn't succumb to the Ring's lure until he was at the very brink of completing his quest. Merry insisted on going to war with the Rohirrim, and went so far as to stab the Witch-king himself. Pippin did his utmost to save Faramir from his father's madness (disobeying strict orders in the process), and fought valiantly in the battle of the Morannon. Sam stayed with Frodo through everything that happened - it sounds like not much, but when you think of 'everything that happened'...

Peter and Edmund were completely green when they were thrown into Narnia; Peter ended up commanding an army whilst thinking Aslan was dead - an army in which Edmund fought against the witch he'd begun by serving.

I'm gonna say Edmund. After all, he had a horrible fate in store for him if the Witch won the war, considering how furious she was with him for turning 'traitor' to her.

Welcome to TORn, by the way! Smile

~There's some good left in this world. And it's worth fighting for.~

(This post was edited by Gianna on Jun 2 2015, 2:32am)

Konrad S

Jun 17 2015, 7:28am

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