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Faex
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  • Type: NeFi
  • Development: ll--
  • Attitude: Seelie

When I think of Fe heroism, it’s about “becoming”. Harry isn’t really about “becoming”. He’s all about integrity: standing by what’s right and true no matter what; valuing his friends no matter their status or the sacrifice; respecting lowly creatures etc. I just don’t see Harry on a journey to become “what he’s meant to be” at all. For example, Danaerys Targerian  is clearly on a journey “to become” what she thinks she’s called to be. Harry just doesn’t have a drop of that vibe. Harry on the inside is still the same boy in the 8th film as he was in the first; just a bit savvier and wearier.

He has consistently displayed the same values. Perhaps that’s why I wasn’t as into the Porter stories as I was TLOTR, where Frodo clearly struggles and falls and there’s no clear, single protagonist.

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