Potatoes- -I still count his vote because he is right and a human being! So basically, you're saying he does not count and is less of a human than yourself! You elitist!
-Oh. I misunderstood. Nevertheless. My point still stands. Being a dork is obviously not mainstream. And by both of our definitions, since it is not mainstream, then it must be awesome. Therefore, being a dork/Nerd is awesome.
-I didn't say he didn't have motive! Of course he had motive. Half the people he knew were killed by Voldemorte. He needed inspiration! He needed to believe in himself! He needed the Gryffindor spirit that so many strive to have!
Freelancer-If he's the equal to God's offspring, then why couldn't he simpl walk into Mordor?
Latios-NEVER! "No cause shall die so long as there's one fool to fight for it!"
Matri- I'm seriously getting tired of members that no one even knows just coming in and posting one liners. Especially ones I've already addressed. If you want a reply to this, read the entire discussion. I'm sure you'll find it eventually.
- I only said it didn't count because he didn't know much about Gandalf. If I asked you to choose between the book in my left hand and the book in my right, how would you know which was better? Without reading either you have no way to make a judgement, and to say otherwise would be foolish, wether you are less than human or the best of humans.
- lol lets leave this one
- I didn't say motive, I said motivation. And you did say he had no motivation, I'll copy/paste from your post: "He had all but the motivation to defeat Voldemorte" If you meant inspiration you should have said so lol. But either way, inspiration or motivation, he had all he needed, parents and friends getting killled by Voldemort is all the inspiration and motivation you need, so Dumbledore was not needed.
- About him 'walking into mordor' - that was his plan, until Frodo went out on his own. He respected Frodo's choice to do it alone so did not try and catch up with him.