N is for Noble Characters

So I don’t really feel like blogging but have to complete the challenge so…

This is a list of some noble characters.

Noble, as wordweb defines it is: having or showing or indicative of high or elevated character

l. Harry Blackstone Copperfield Dresden

The man works as a private detective. He consorts with paladins and vampires and faeries. Despite it all he does things that are not always in his best interest and not always -or entirely – for money.

2. Samwise Gamgee

He follows Frodo when he didn’t have to, to keep Frodo safe.

3. Surreal SaDiablo

She’s an assassin and a prostitute. But she used her skills to kill those who need killing and also put ignored her own needs to do what she felt what was right.

I am tempted to put Anita Blake on this list, but am resisting. What do you think?

Who are your favorite noble characters?


24 thoughts on “N is for Noble Characters

  1. Samwise is an excellent mention. Perhaps not as noble as the hobbit, I like Agent Pendergast by Preston & Child. The agent tends to bend rules, but he goes beyond solving cases letting nothing get in his way to save lives.

  2. Well done! This–what you said–is why I didn’t do the challenge. It’s a huge commitment on topics that might not always inspire. You’re doin’ great!

  3. I agree with saying Ned Stark. He’s one of the most honorable characters I’ve read, to a fault really.

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