Maedhros wrote:Hmm, talk of heroes always makes me a bit nervous, especially regarding big leaders and especially when discussing ages so different from ours. Oh well, just for fun eh?
mpoh98 wrote:Hmm, I have never really studied medieval times yet, so I don't know a lot of famous people from that time period.
Does your answer have to be non-fiction? Can it be a made up character from a book in medieval times?
Hoho, lord of the rings is it? Legolas all the way, bold daring elf prince, with a superb eye, master of archery and double knife fighting, courageous, courteous, and cannot get drunk!
Tedward wrote:I would say Robin Hood. Probably more to do with Errol Flynn's version than any actual historical figure ...
Aeridian wrote:I really like Drizzt the Dark Elf from the Forgotten Realms series, and he's based on Aragorn... I've read quite a bit of fantasy, so I kinda find it hard to narrow down the list, ya know? So I might update my choice sometime... who knows?
Sir Erathor wrote:Lol! I much prefer Aragorn, he's an extremely all-rounded character, even if many people would say he was their hero automatically. Bilbo is also brilliant, but when I was younger Peter from Narnia was my hero
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