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#98 - asgerfyr (10/01/2012) [-]
HOW THE 			****		 CAN RON BEAT SAM. HOW CAN ANYONE BEAT SAM IN A BATTLE OF FRIENDSHIP?    
SAM DESERVES THE BIGGEST BROFIST IN THE HISTORY OF TIME.
HOW THE **** CAN RON BEAT SAM. HOW CAN ANYONE BEAT SAM IN A BATTLE OF FRIENDSHIP?
SAM DESERVES THE BIGGEST BROFIST IN THE HISTORY OF TIME.
User avatar #133 to #98 - lawkingdom (10/02/2012) [-]
plus i don't remember Sam being a big pussy
#109 to #98 - worldofwarcraftdog ONLINE (10/01/2012) [-]
everyone agree with this
#65 - anonymoose ONLINE (10/01/2012) [-]
The person who made this was not a fan of LOTR. I can say that as a fact:
1. Samwise Gamgee
2. Saruman is not Saurons henchman, he wants the ring for himself.
3. Gandalf defeated a giant fire beast that killed an army of Dwarves, to quote that as "not letting people pass", and to say that shows less power than a useless but aesthetic circle of fire is just plain biased.
4. The Witch King wasn't "killed by a grammar loophole" but by a warrior. The "grammar loophole" was a cryptic prophecy.
5. The Eye of Sauron in the books is a metaphor, not an actual giant flaming eye.
6. Sam has a wife and kids with the woman of his dreams, just like Ron.
7. Sam defeated a giant spider while Ron just **** himself at the sight of one.
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User avatar #86 to #71 - NolanNasty (10/01/2012) [-]
he is just stating facts
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#151 to #65 - Rascal (10/02/2012) [-]
the person who made this wasnt simply no fan of LOTR, he doesnt know **** about LOTR. I'm actually pretty mad to see something like this **** .
#523 to #65 - alleksi (10/02/2012) [-]
you know...this whole thing was built around for the punchline at the end



its not a real comparison
User avatar #277 to #65 - catassassin (10/02/2012) [-]
Yeah they had to make Harry Potter win some so that the outcome would be a draw. Oh well.
#94 to #65 - fancyshark (10/01/2012) [-]
me reading point number 7
me reading point number 7
User avatar #118 to #65 - EdwardNigma ONLINE (10/02/2012) [-]
So the whole giant flaming eye thing was just for ***** and giggles in the movies?

I need to read the books. Though, the eye is still damn impressive. It's just "Hey. Middle earth. **** you, I can see you masturbating." and thats hardcore.
#307 to #118 - unfamous (10/02/2012) [-]
Well a theme in the books they don't really touch on in the movie is how draining and pointless evil and greed is on a being. Sauron fed the power of the ring with his own. This resulted in him being stronger than he originally was with the ring but much, much weaker than he was without it. In the books, by the time of the lord of the rings he did have an actual body but was too weak to actually take to the field and command his army without having the one ring. This is supposed to be ironic because he spent so much time and effort forging this great ring of power and it ended up leaving him weak and useless.
#398 - rawrbowwow (10/02/2012) [-]
I think Nazgul are way cooler than the Death Eaters, but I ******* lost it here
#44 - anonymoose ONLINE (10/01/2012) [-]
OHHH **** NO! Gandalf is more powerful than every character in Harry Potter combined.
User avatar #215 to #44 - wrpen (10/02/2012) [-]
It should be noted that, albeit with basically super powers, all the magic users in Harry Potter are at least half human. Gandalf is basically a god compared to average human wizards.
#45 to #44 - anonymoose ONLINE (10/01/2012) [-]
Another **** NO!
User avatar #200 to #45 - stupidpancakes **User deleted account** (10/02/2012) [-]
I don't get what they mean by "can be killed by a grammar loophole". Can someone please enlighten me?

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User avatar #211 to #200 - wrpen (10/02/2012) [-]
The witch king can be "killed by no man". So a woman kills him. That's basically it.
#48 to #44 - anonymoose ONLINE (10/01/2012) [-]
<- Oh, and just to prove my point.
<- Oh, and just to prove my point.
#250 to #48 - sposadox (10/02/2012) [-]
I don't get it. All he did was shine a light in their eyes. Did he do any useful magic in the series? (Honest question, havent read the books)
User avatar #465 to #250 - anonymoose ONLINE (10/02/2012) [-]
In the books, he's a super powerful wizard who is feared by every enemy. The Nazgul are fleeing from fear of him rather than from the light.
#272 to #250 - Rascal (10/02/2012) [-]
Assuming that it is just a light, which wouldn't make sense as they're flying out into the sun towards them anyways. The light not only repels them, but is assumed to have enough power that it causes the Fell Beasts to fly away from him in a sort of terror.

Sources: Some ******** that I pulled out of my head using **** I saw and knowing Gandalf is badass regardless of nonbelievers.
#313 - elemuffin (10/02/2012) [-]
is it me or are the nazgul way more ******* cooler than the death eaters pic unrelated
#52 - killerkost (10/01/2012) [-]
lets give each side one point for each oscar they have won...

The Lord of the Rings: 17
Harry Potter: 0

Damn Harry, get your **** together!
User avatar #157 to #52 - LiamNeeson (10/02/2012) [-]
To be fair, a lot of insanely popular movies don't win **** , despite defining an era.
#361 to #157 - thundagawd (10/02/2012) [-]
If we're talking about movies/stories that inspired an era...   
   
The Harry potter franchise is only 15 years old, the first book having been released in 1997, and the first movie having been released in 2001.   
   
The Lord of the RIngs franchise is over 58 years old, the first book having been released in 1954, and the first movie having been released in 2001 (Less than a month after Harry Potter).   
   
The fact that Lord of the Rings still stands as one of the greatest if not THE greatest fantasy story ever written, and that everyone is still talking about it nearly 60 years later and playing hundreds of games based on the franchise speaks for itself (This coming from a diehard fan of both series).
If we're talking about movies/stories that inspired an era...

The Harry potter franchise is only 15 years old, the first book having been released in 1997, and the first movie having been released in 2001.

The Lord of the RIngs franchise is over 58 years old, the first book having been released in 1954, and the first movie having been released in 2001 (Less than a month after Harry Potter).

The fact that Lord of the Rings still stands as one of the greatest if not THE greatest fantasy story ever written, and that everyone is still talking about it nearly 60 years later and playing hundreds of games based on the franchise speaks for itself (This coming from a diehard fan of both series).
User avatar #367 to #361 - LiamNeeson (10/02/2012) [-]
Oh I know, I said define. As in the 90's 00's kids all know Harry Potter and consider it a major part of their upbringing.

I won't argue that Harry Potter might not exist without LoTR, and that LoTR made the genre.

I'm just saying they've both had massive affects on people's lives.
#372 to #367 - thundagawd (10/02/2012) [-]
I understand, no worries, I grew up with both franchises as a kid, I read the books roughly around the same time, and I saw the movies around the same time as well.

The whole Harry Potter vs. LOTR debates are a little pointless considering LOTR is almost 4 times older than Harry Potter. After all, it could very well be possible that people continue talking about Harry Potter 40 years from now as well. I can understand preferences when it comes to the two, but too many people take it too far =/
User avatar #3 - ablt (10/01/2012) [-]
I thoroughly enjoy Harry Potter, but Lord of The Rings is hands down the better series, especially if we're talking about the films.
#476 to #3 - Rascal (10/02/2012) [-]
Can't agree with you there. There is more emotional depth in the harry potter books, along with a better twist, emma Watson and some awesome effects (the duel between Dumbledoor and Slitnose whatshisname)
#501 to #476 - briggsil (10/02/2012) [-]
More emotional depth? No... just no... absolutely not. If you actually read the LOTR you would know better.
More emotional depth? No... just no... absolutely not. If you actually read the LOTR you would know better.
User avatar #512 to #501 - blargchikahonkhonk (10/02/2012) [-]
as good as the lord of the rings films are and they are amazing films the books still win hands down this is true for most films although there are probably a few exceptions
User avatar #514 to #512 - briggsil (10/02/2012) [-]
Couldn't agree more! I'd say 99/100 the book is always better!
#58 - marginkor (10/01/2012) [-]
Sam Is the 			*******		 			****		!  Without him, Frodo would have just pussied out cuz he was a little bitch the whole damn time.  Sam is the true hero of the saga.     
   
Plus there is this &lt;--------
Sam Is the ******* **** ! Without him, Frodo would have just pussied out cuz he was a little bitch the whole damn time. Sam is the true hero of the saga.

Plus there is this <--------
#18 - superfrogman (10/01/2012) [-]
No way are death eaters better than the nazgul. I am ignoring that point.
User avatar #378 to #18 - nasavvy (10/02/2012) [-]
Come on man, they eat ******* death.
User avatar #388 to #378 - yayitzmatt (10/02/2012) [-]
Yeah, and the Nazgul are the ones who kill people, i.e. causing death. It's kind of equivalent to the dung beetles relationship with anything that poops. :D
User avatar #132 - tealkangaroo (10/02/2012) [-]
Come on, everyone knows Lord of the Rings is much better than Harry Potter
User avatar #5 - krando ONLINE (10/01/2012) [-]
Both are good movies, however most of the LoTR statements in that is wrong especially the Gollum one. He becomes good for a while then gets corrupted by the ring side of him and so he leads them to shelob so he can get the ring back from Frodo. Also Gandalf is an Istari, he isn't allowed to effect the dealings of men which is the reason why he doesn't use much magic. Also Sams "Magic Light Bulb" was a gift to Frodo from Galadriel. Sam got mall grey wooden box with a silver rune "G for Galadriel". In the box was earth from Galadriel's orchard. The box also contained a silver nut from a Mallorn tree, the last east of the sea, and west of the mountains and also Elven rope.
Sam should have got more credit as it was he who was more of a hero than Frodo near the end. Without Sam, Frodo would've gave up or would've died.
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User avatar #139 - KayRed (10/02/2012) [-]
Except that is wrong.

First off, you focused too much on "Gandalf the Gray" and not enough on the much more bad-ass "Gandalf the White", and he uses plenty of magic powers.

Sam is much, much more heroic than Ron. Ron mostly run support, while Sam runs the ******* show.

And Nazguls vs some deatheaters, Nazguls win easily. The Witchking wins without a second thought.

I will give you Hermoine vs. Gollum though. After much deliberation, I'd still rather **** her (if only slightly more than Gollum).

So let me do the calculations...
User avatar #141 to #139 - KayRed (10/02/2012) [-]
I'm back with the calculations, Lord of the Rings wins by a ******* lot. (not to say Harry Potter was bad, i'm very neutral on it).
User avatar #142 to #139 - fortminorj (10/02/2012) [-]
hallelujah
#149 to #139 - daredevizz (10/02/2012) [-]
Here this properly explains the first thing
Here this properly explains the first thing
#392 - tomodashi (10/02/2012) [-]
This really makes me mad.
#311 - deltadeltadelta (10/02/2012) [-]
Gandalf (Mithrandir) is one of the most powerful beings in Middle-Earth. Both him and Sauron are Maia (Demi-Gods). The Gandalf in the movies is a bit of a pussy. In the movies they have him terrified of the Witch-King, but in the books he would've *********** the Witch-King if he had encountered him.

Gandalf is nearly as powerful as Sauron.
#445 to #311 - whatamidoingwithme (10/02/2012) [-]
Actually, you are underrating witch-king. In the books, in the third book. When witch-king comes to the doors of Minas Trith and breaks the spell at the gate, even Gandalf quails to some degree.

If i remember correctly though, been a long time since i have read the books.
#558 to #311 - mithrandir (10/04/2012) [-]
i am a maia, and i can vouch for this
User avatar #371 to #311 - mrbuu (10/02/2012) [-]
gandalf the white however would pimp slap saurons smug ass into the netherworld.
#248 - Pompano (10/02/2012) [-]
Sam is a much more effective friend than Ron. He figuratively and LITERALLY carries Frodo throughout the series. While Sam is an essential source of support for Frodo, Ron is largely a comic relief character.
#114 - connorsg (10/01/2012) [-]
******** , the deatheaters are a nazgul knock off
User avatar #128 to #114 - pringlesandwich (10/02/2012) [-]
Harry potter is a lotr knock off
User avatar #121 to #114 - themaaster (10/02/2012) [-]
The Dementors are Nazgul knock-offs. Death Eaters are just wizards and witches.
User avatar #178 to #121 - connorsg (10/02/2012) [-]
well thats what i meant lmao as you can tell i stopped reading harry potter, after the 5th one to be exact
User avatar #298 to #178 - themaaster (10/02/2012) [-]
It's pretty good. It's not Lotr but it's still good.
#103 - marlkarxthethird (10/01/2012) [-]
...How in the name of Satan's fiery asshole did Dumbledore beat Gandalf in any categories?   
HOW THE HELL DID VOLDEMORT BEAT SAURON IN ANY CATEGORIES?   
THIS 			****		 IS BLASPHEMOUS
...How in the name of Satan's fiery asshole did Dumbledore beat Gandalf in any categories?
HOW THE HELL DID VOLDEMORT BEAT SAURON IN ANY CATEGORIES?
THIS **** IS BLASPHEMOUS
User avatar #115 to #103 - connorsg (10/01/2012) [-]
agreed
#365 - Bacula (10/02/2012) [-]
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#231 - underhatten (10/02/2012) [-]
That you even compared Snape with a Balrog upsets me.
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