Frodo Baggins, Son of Drogo
With many acquaitenances, Frodo is deeply attached to a few people, like Bilbo, Aragorn, Gandalf, and Sam. His high ethics come out in his treatment of Gollum and Saruman. Frodo has pity on Gollum and believes that change can occur.
You have a strong personal morality. You are committed to relationships and their growth. You tend to be an idealist, believing the best of the world around you. Time alone is important and solitary activities refresh you. You have a tendency to introspection. While providing compassion and being considerate, you may have the tendency of being soft-hearted or even "too emotional" You like keeping your options open. Closure is probably not one of your strong suits.
The Orcs display the evil side of this personality with their lengthy torture methods.
Traits: Empathic, benevolent, looking to the future. On the dark side you could be sadistic.
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And the other half is, as has been mentioned, Aragorn. This is the surface half. When I'm not being flighty or ditzy, my surface personality is very cynical, realistic, independent, creative without being fantastical, reasonably intelligent, and, above all, stubborn, stubborn, stubborn. Among larger groups of people I'm not comfortable with I tend to hang back and keep to myself or to people I know. Among smaller groups of people I generally feel more comfortable and a lot more of me comes out in conversation or whatever.
Then, that first half which is Frodo is the inside part of me. It's absolutely the part of me that wants to believe people are good and kind, that wants to be a compassionate person. This is my moral side, and probably the part of me that gets the most exercise. Emotions go here. Spending too much time by myself always brings this side out. The philosophizing side, the thinking side, the more artistic side, etc, etc. Heh... this is the 'right brain' and Aragorn is the 'left brain'. (And sadism seems congruent to my usual mood, wow...)
Note that both are solitary, introspective personalities. Other people give me headaches.
Hmm... and now that I've rationalized a LotR personality test... I'll just go and do something constructive.