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Ring Wars: Star Wars & Lord of the Rings Compared

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Luke Skywalker & Frodo Baggins



Each is the main protagonist of the story. He comes from humble beginnings in isolated out of the way place (Tatooine/The Shire) where he was raised by a relative (Owen Lars/Bilbo Baggins) after being orphaned. His uneventful life would become disrupted when he comes into the possession of an item of key importance to the evil regime looming over his world (The Death Star Plans/The One Ring) that is being hunted down by agents in service of the dark lord. (Darth Vader/The Nazgul) A sagely wizard (Obi-Wan Kenobi/Gandalf) encourages him to go on a journey of his own to transport the artifact in his possession to a heroic stronghold (The Rebel Base/Rivendell) so that a plan can be put together to destroy the enemy's superweapon. (The Death Star/The Ring) Along the way he'd gain a number of allies that would become a sort of ragtag family. Even when his initial quest is complete however, he decides to continue on and see through this ultimate battle of good versus evil to the end even. He brandishes a blade that used by a relative on his own adventures (Anakin Skywalker/Bilbo Baggins) that becomes passed down to him. However he has to struggle with the allure of the dark forces that surround him (The Dark Side/The Ring) and if he faltered would lead to him becoming a tool of the dark lord himself. (Emperor Palpatine/Sauron) Along the way he comes to see in one of his enemies a humanity when he realizes that he had gone through much the same trials and temptations he is dealing with (Darth Vader/Gollum) and therefore wishes to hold out hope for his redemption. But when upon the final stretch of his journey deep within enemy territory (The Death Star II/Mount Doom) separated from his allied army that is doing battle afar, he'd be forced to do battle with that character whose interference ironically turns out to be pivotal in the mission being accomplished. Afterwards he be reunited with his friends and comrades in order to celebrate their victory and begin life anew.
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Han Solo & Aragorn



Each is the story's deuteragonist. One first being seen as a rogue who lives on the wild fringes of society. (a smuggler/a ranger) He would first meet the younger hero (Luke Skywalker/Frodo Baggins) at a seedy bar (Chalmun's Spaceport Cantina/The Inn of the Prancing Pony) having been brought into the fold by his wizardly mentor-figure. (Obi-Wan Kenobi/Gandalf) After which they find themselves travelling together. Though the heroes are at first unsure of whether or not he can be trusted, he quickly proves himself to be a indispensable ally. During all this however, he must contend with consistently being a wanted man by powerful villains for one reason or another. (Jabba the Hutt & Darth Vader/Sauron & Saruman) He winds up taking on a major role of leadership (a general/a king) with which he leads a band of heroes in the decisive battle against the dark lord's army (The Battle of Endor/The Battle of the Morannon) whilst his young friend and ally ventures into the belly of the beast himself. Ultimately the battle is won and he gets to celebrate with the victory with his friends and allies. Including the beautiful princess he had been romancing (Leia Organa/Arwen) who he will finally get to start a life with.
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Leia Organa & Eowyn



Each is a woman of high-standing who lost her parents at a young age and is raised by a noble leader. (Bail Organa of Alderaan/Théoden of Rohan) In spite of that however, she feels no need to stay behind. Proving herself to be both perfectly willing and capable on the battlefield. During the final installment of the original story she disguises herself as a man with a suit of armor (as the bounty hunter Boushh/as the rider of Rohan Dernhelm) which would lead to her confronting an antagonist (Jabba the Hutt/The Witch-King of Angmar) whose death would come at her hands after underestimating his enemy. She would then go on to participate in the final battle with her friends and allies. (The Battle of Endor/The Battle of the Morannon) She develops romantic feelings for a roguish hero she meets (Han Solo/Aragorn) though whether or not it's him she finds somebody with whom she can start a new life. (Han Solo/Faramir)
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R2-D2 & Sam Gamgee



Each is a major protagonist who fills in the sidekick role for other heroes. One who is mistakenly looked upon as merely a stout little handyman (a mechanic/a gardener) who does menial tasks and carries equipment around when their accomplishments when all taken into account prove them to have been invaluable in the battle against evil. Much of which is in the form of rescuing a friend from a dangerous situation. The case has even been made that they are the "chief hero" of the story. And they are also ultimately the keeper of the story. (Artoo being around to witness the main of events of the saga throughout the years that would be recounted to the author of the "Journal of the Whills"/Sam being given custody of the "Red Book of Westmarch" where Bilbo and Frodo recorded the events surrounding their adventures)
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Chewbacca & Gimli



Each is a gruff but stout-hearted supporting hero who comes from a proud nd tough race. (Wookies/Dwarves)
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Lando Calrissian & Legolas



(Baron Administrator of Bespin/Prince of Mirkwood)
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Obi-Wan Kenobi & Gandalf



Each serves as the archetypical mentor character. One who belongs to an order of supernatural beings tasked with helping their world combat the forces of evil. (The Jedi/The Istari) One of his greatest rivals turning out to be an old friend who had fallen to the allure of the power of darkness. (Darth Vader/Saruman) In spite of his great wisdom and power he'd come to be seen by those who see him without sufficient understanding as a crazy old man and disturber of the peace. He sets the main protagonist (Luke Skywalker/Frodo Baggins) on his adventure and notably had also journeyed with an older relative of his years before. (Anakin Skywalker/Bilbo Baggins) He'd provide guidance to his protégé up until their separation whilst sneaking about enemy territory. (The Death Star/The Mines of Moria) where he'd do battle with a powerful agent of evil. (The Sith Lord Darth Vader/The Balrog Durin's Bane) A battle that would ultimately claim his life. However, to the surprise of his old allies he'd eventually return death not to long later in a new form that was more powerful than you could possibly imagine (as a Force Ghost/as a White Wizard) in order to continue doing what he can in the conflict against the enemy.
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Yoda & Galadriel



Each is a sagely being, one who has lived for countless years. And in spite of having an unassuming appearance they would prove to be one of the most powerful people in their universe. Attaining a position on a powerful council dedicated to watching over it. (The Jedi Council/The White Council) They have an affinity for the natural world and come to reside in a domain where they are surrounded by it. (Dagobah/Lothlorien) After the main protagonist (Luke Skywalker/Frodo Baggins) loses his mentor (Obi-Wan Kenobi/Gandalf) early on in the quest he'd eventually come across this character who would come to serve as his new guiding light. Providing him with insight and encouragement whilst not downplaying the danger he must be prepared to face.
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Mace Windu & Elrond



Each is a powerful warrior and respected leader, one who would serve on a mighty council dedicated to keeping watch over their world. (The Jedi Council/The White Council) He was a military commander during a major conflict (The Clone Wars/The War of the Last Alliance) and at its end he partook in a mission early on to try and rid the world of the dark lord (Darth Sidious/Sauron) once and for all. He wound up attempting to take it into his own hands and even managed to come close to succeeding with the enemy being put into a vulnerable position, but his efforts would be foiled due to the actions of someone under the enemy's sway. (Anakin Skywalker/Isildur)
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Qui-Gon Jinn & Radagast



Each is a wizardly character, one who is a member of a legendary order dedicated to protecting their world from the forces of evil. (The Jedi/The Istari) However he'd become considered an outsider due to where he puts his focus (upon the will of the Living Force/upon the affairs of birds and beasts) which gives the character a special connection with the world around him.
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Wicket & Treebeard



Each is a member of a race deeply attuned to nature. One who would eventually come across one or more of the heroes (Leia Organa/Merry & Pippin) as they venture into their forested home. (Endor/Fangorn Forest) And through them they and their people (The Ewoks/The Ents) would come to take action against the forces of evil. Thematically reflecting the idea of the natural world overcoming the power of industrialization.
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Padme Amidala & Arwen



Each is a noble woman of nobility from a beautiful land (Naboo/Rivendell) who is generally peaceful in nature but in at least certain iterations has been shown to be willing to pick up a weapon if the situation calls for it. She engages in a romance that looks doomed to fail (with Anakin Skywalker/with Aragorn) but sticks with him even when visions of sorrow are seen.
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Bail Organa & Théoden



Each is a noble leader of men. (a senator/a king) One who hailed from a glorious land (Alderaan/Rohan) and would raise one of the younger protagonists (Leia Organa/Eowyn) as a father-figure. For a time he was kept blind to what was really going on in the world by somebody in his political circle (Palpatine/Grima Wormtongue) but would move into action so he could set things right when the veil is lifted. Going on to take up a major role of leadership in the war against the enemy. However the conflict would ultimately lead him to his death.
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Owen Lars & Bilbo Baggins



He resides inside an underground dwelling (a moisture farm/a hobbit hole) within an out of the way world (Tatooine/The Shire) and would raise the main protagonist. (Luke Skywalker/Frodo Baggins)

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Tarfful & Thorin Oakenshield



Each is a member of a rugged but proud race (Wookies/Dwarves) who'd lead his kin in the campaign to protect their homeland (Kashyyyk/Erebor) from invading forces. (The Seperatists and then the Clone Army/Smaug and then his rivals among the Five Armies) One of his most important allies in all this being a powerful wizardly sage. (Yoda/Gandalf)
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Wedge Antilles & Bard the Bowman




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Captain Panaka & Bormoir



Each is a loyal captain in the service of a noble (Queen Amidala/Denethor) tasked with leading the defenses of their homeland. (Naboo/Gondor) When things reach their worst he finds himself on a journey with a small band of heroes under the guidance of a sagely wizard (Qui-Gon Jinn/Gandalf) in order to transport somebody of great importance (Queen Amidala/Frodo Baggins) in the hopes of resolving the crisis. Going along with things in spite of certain misgivings he is open about.
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Captain Typho & Faramir



Each is a relative (nephew/brother) of and the successor to the above characters. (Captain Panaka/Boromir)
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Chancellor Valorum & Denethor



Each was a leader who occupied an important position (Supreme Chancellor of the Galactic Republic/Steward of Gondor) but one who would fail in spite of his good intents due to allowing himself to be overwhelmed by the corrupt forces surrounding him and not being up to the task of stopping them.
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Jar Jar Binks & Gollum



Each character is a frowned upon outsider that came to reside in the wilderness. He is most often looked down upon with pity if not contempt. He'd eventually find himself owing a life debt to a character (to Qui-Gon Jinn for saving him/to Frodo Baggins for sparing him) after which he'd be taken up as a guide for he and his companion. (Obi-Wan Kenobi/Samwise Gamgee) In spite of his strange appearance and pathetic disposition he'd eventually reveal himself to be a more important player than anyone could have realized. Even if it is unwittingly.
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Poggle the Lesser & The Great Goblin



Each is a supporting antagonist who serves as the ruler of a wicked kingdom of creatures. (Geonosians/Goblins) One whose subterranean domain would eventually be journeyed into by heroes who would be captured and he'd set to be executed. Though he himself would eventually be killed by the slash of a blade wielded by a powerful supernatural warrior. (Anakin Skywalker/Gandalf)
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Admiral Piett & Gothmog



Each is a high-ranking oficer within the enemy's army (as the commander of the Imperial Fleet/as the lieutenant of Minas Morgul) and in that post would come to serve directly under he dark lord's second-in-command. (Darth Vader/The Witch-King) He'd go onto to lead in a battle during the saga's climax (The Battle of Endor/The Battle of the Pelennor Fields) during which he'd ultimately meet his end.
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Nute Gunray & Grima Wormtongue



Each is a weasely antagonist that held a high-ranking position of legitimacy with considerable political influence (the Viceroy of the Trade Federation/the chief advisor to King Théoden) engaged in a secret alliance with the the forces of darkness. (Darth Sidious/Saruman) He partook in the invasion of a peaceful land (by the Trade Federation's Droid Army/by Isengard's Uruk-hai army) and in the process managed to weasel himself into control of it. (Naboo/Rohan) Consitently using deception including the veil of ignorance as a means to deflect those who question him. Though he can talk a big game with soldiers at his back beneath those airs of confidence is a coward.
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General Grievous & Azog



Each is a notorious servant of the dark lord. (Darth Sidious/Sauron) One who'd serve as the leading general of one of the armies he employed (The Seperatist Droid Army/The Orcs of Moria) and became known as a particular enemy to a certain group of people (Jedi/Dwarves) due to the number he's slain. One of whom would eventually go on to kill him in battle. (by Obi-Wan Kenobi/by Dain in literature and Thorin on film) At least in certain iterations he would have his body mutilated and restored with metallic enhancements.
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Boba Fett & Ugluk



Each is a hunter who was tasked with capturing somebody of great interest to a powerful villain. (Han Solo for Jabba the Hutt/The Ringbearer for Saruman)
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Jango Fett & Lurtz



Each is a hunter sided with the forces of darkness. On his path to domination the dark lord (Darth Sidious/Sauron) seeks to create an army comprised of perfect soldiers, a pursuit of which would lead to genetic experimentation that would be orchestrated by one of the dark lord's most powerful allies (Count Dooku/Saruman) to whom the hunter would directly answer. He was the first of his kind of the soldiers that would populate the army. (as the genetic template for the Clone Army/as the first born of Isengard's Uruk-hai army) He would ultimately meet his end in battle (The Battle of Geonosis/The Battle of Amon Hen) where he would be beheaded by the blade of a mighty foe. (Mace Windu/Aragorn)
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Jabba the Hutt & Smaug



Each is a major antagonist who hails from a notorious race of monstrous beings with a brutish visage. (Hutts/Dragons) He himself is renown for his dangerousness, greed, and arrogance. Although more often than not he prepares to remain sedentary and indulge in the rewards of his plunder. And in spite of his animalistic appearance he possesses a sharp mind. Whilst his relationship with the dark lord (Darth Sidious/Sauron) is unclear and can vary upon the iteration, he operated on his own terms outside of the chain of command most of the villains find themselves within under him.
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Darth Maul & Durin's Bane



Each is a malevolent that wields the powers of darkness. One who served as an enforcer for a dark lord. (Darth Sidious/Morgoth) His striking demonic appearance and largely mute demeanor allowing him to inspire terror at the outset. Whilst residing in a once proud kingdom that had been overtaken by villainous armies (Naboo/Moria) he'd confront a heroic company. A battle would take place where he causes the death of the story's archetypical mentor figure (Qui-Gon Jinn/Gandalf) after he sent at least most of the rest of his allies away as this was an opponent beyond them. His protégé (Obi-Wan Kenobi/Frodo Baggins) would watch them battle and scream "No" in response to the loss of his mentor. This leaving his followers to have to go on and fend for themselves. However, this dark warrior would ultimately find himself cast down by a mystically empowered opponent before the fight's end as well. (Obi-Wan Kenobi/Gandalf)
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Grand Moff Tarkin & The Mouth of Sauron



Each is an antagonist who serves as one of the highest ranking members of the dark lord's regime. Though not without his history or capability in combat, he would become most known for a political position. (as a Grand Moff of the Galactic Empire/as the chief emissary of Sauron) Going so far as to speak for him at important political junctures. (like announcing the dissolution of the Senate to the Empire's regional governors/like going out to treat with the Men of the West before the Battle of the Black Gate) He also attained a command role inside his group's most important structure. (as the commander of the Death Star/as the lieutenant of Barad-dur) His cruelty can overshadow that of his underlings, including taking amusement in threatening people with the suffering of those they care about in order to get them to do as he wants and all the while planning to backstab them anyway. (Threatening Alderaan in order to get Leia to reveal the location of the Rebel Base but destroying it anyway to make an example of them/Threatening to indefinitely torture Frodo in order to get the Men of the West to agree to his terms even though they plan to attack regardless in the books whilst on film he tried to break their spirits by similarly saying that Frodo had been tortured and killed)
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Count Dooku & Saruman



Each is powerful sorcerer who was once an esteemed member of an order of peace keepers (The Jedi/The Istari) but one who would eventually find himself allured into embracing the dark forces and go onto become one of the most important allies of the enemy (Darth Sidious/Sauron) even if his ultimate loyalty was questionable at best. He'd build a powerful army and wage war upon the world of the free peoples. Running an entire faction of his own (The Confederacy of Independent Systems/Isengard) whilst the dark lord took care of business within his own domain. (The Galactic Republic/Mordor) His refined demeanor and powerful voice giving him a striking presence that could inspire others to follow him but strike fear into his enemies. He would offer a member of his order the chance to join him on his campaign (Obi-Wan Kenobi/Gandalf) only to be steadfastly refused. Leading to him keeping that character as his prisoner before he could be rescued by allies. His end would ultimately come with an ally's unexpected betrayal. (Palpatine/Grima Wormtongue)
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Darth Vader & The Witch-King



Each is a powerful warrior who was once a man of high-standing (a Jedi Knight/a lord of men) who would come under the influence of the dark lord. (Darth Sidious/Sauron) Seduced by the promise of power he'd allow himself to be open to the forces of darkness but it would come at the cost of humanity. Leading him into becoming something less than human, something twisted and evil. (a cyborg/a wraith) He'd become the deadliest of the enemy's servants and utterly a slave to the will of his master. Being draped in black he'd go forth to serve as both a field agent and a commander. Going on to become one of if not the most recognizable symbol of fear for his side. He'd eventually be tasked with tracking down a vital artifact that could lead to their downfall in the hands of their enemies (The Death Star Plans/The One Ring) which would lead to him pursuing the main character (Luke Skywalker/Frodo Baggins) as it had come into his possession. Down the line the two would have a confrontation where he'd give the protagonist a severe injury that would leave a scar on him that he'd carry the rest of his life. (chopping off Luke's hand/stabbing Frodo with a Morgul blade) He'd eventually meet his end during a major battle (The Battle of Endor/The Battle of the Pelennor Fields) where he'd partake in combat with a young warrior (Luke Skywalker/Eowyn) which would become particularly personal because somebody they cared about gets threatened (Leia Organa/Théoden) and ultimately lead into his death where the fulfillment of a prophecy is seen.
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Darth Sidious & Sauron



Each serves as the main antagonist of their respective stories. One who extols and ominous air that hangs over everything. Whilst powerful in the dark arts arguably his most dangerous talents include being able to corrupt people's hearts and turn them into his servants as well as manipulating large swaths of people. Being able to put up a charismatic guise (As a mild-mannered politician/In his fair forms) in order to ingratiate himself to those around him. He'd relentlessly campaign to bring the free peoples under his dominion and in this pursuit would see to the creation of a powerful superweapon (The Death Star/The One Ring) that the heroes saw as the thing that would turn the tide of the conflict in his favor if it wasn't destroyed. His downfall would come during a confrontation between the protagonist who is struggling with the influence of the dark lord (Luke Skywalker/Frodo Baggins) and another who had previously succumbed to it. (Darth Vader/Gollum) These events would lead to the latter's death in which he'd take the big bad down with him. (Vader sacrificing himself to destroy Palpatine/Gollum falling into Mount Doom with the Ring)
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Darth Plagueis & Morgoth



Each served as the preceding dark lord within their world. One that while not an active part of the story everybody knows in which he is only mentioned has a legacy that lives on to influence its events. Most importantly through his former disciple that took on up his mantle (Darth Sidious/Sauron) who serves as the main antagonist. He would look into and become best known for knowing the arts that would allow him to twist and shape life itself.
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UPDATED DESCRIPTION:

So I posted this list years ago, and for a time it was an ongoing pet project. I wound up putting it into private when I saw it became a behemoth with a lot of weak comparisons that were pretty much there for the sake of trying to cram in as much as possible. It became pretty embarrassing actually. However, I've decided to trim out the fat, well over half of the thing, distill it down to the basics, and finally put it back. Hopefully with the age from all these years since from a wiser perspective. To try and really put the quality of the points about story and theme ahead of just match-ups for the sake of match-ups. As well as including new ones that struck me as being more fitting. Even if that means certain notable characters getting left out for the time being. My biggest weakness the first time around was my facile understanding of Tolkien's literature. I have to own up to that. With the match-ups I have included now I try to note when comparisons come from one source or the other whilst generally honing in on the elements they share. Once gain, I'll be editing this as an ongoing process throughout. So even the things I have written down there already will be refined further. If you have any suggestions for alterations or additions feel free to share them!

I will say for the record that the biggest weakness for me are the entries for the protagonists from "The Hobbit". (The villains actually seem to fit fine with counterparts I think are worthy of them) The ones who aren't Gandalf anyway. Their positions in their respective universes I think work okay, but the scope of their roles aren't completely congruous. (Granted you could maybe argue for that being the case for some of the other ones as well) The reason for this being that whilst there are more carryover characters from the two main "eras" for lack of a better term I am dealing with from Star Wars (The Prequel and Original Trilogies) the same cannot be said for the majority of those form the Middle-Earth lore. (The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings stories) I'll try my best and am willing to hear suggestions on how others think I should handle that.

ORIGINAL DESCRIPTION:
I recent found a list called JEDI OF THE CARIBBEAN: CURSE OF A NEW HOPE on this website made by a user called KCenturion. I thought it was very cool, well done, and fun to read. It's how I found this site, and what inspired me to do this list. If you haven't seen his list I recommend you check it out.

This list is comparison of many things, mostly characters, from the Star Wars and Lord of the Rings sagas. Since I thought of most of these before finishing the book a few of them fit more in line with the films. But I tried to have most of them fit with both versions. For this I use STAR WARS characters from both trilogies (No EU characters, but I use some EU info for the lesser developed characters that appear in the films). For LORD OF THE RINGS I am using both the books and films (any items exclusive to either are marked) as well as things from THE HOBBIT (as it is the real start of the LOTR story). I am also using some character who are more or less just from the legenderium of LOTR that did not appear physically in LOTR or the Hobbit. They at least play some type of part in the story.

I don't know if anybody's done a list like this before, so I apologize if it's similar to any lists done in the past that I didn't know about. I tried to avoid reading other lists about this topic and tried to do this all on my own. I'm also not trying to say that George Lucas ripped-off J.R.R. Tolkien, Peter Jackson ripped-off George Lucas, or anything else like that.

I'd love feedback. I know some (actually probably a lot) of these are stretches (particularly the middle character comparisons), but keep in mind that this is just for fun. I know A LOT of these are not really that similar but this is basically just to see how far I could go no matter how vague.

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