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In your own opinion, who is the smartest character in fiction?
Posted 10/29/13 , edited 10/29/13
Sherlock Holmes



Extremely high intelligence, extremely observant and perceptive to details, possesses creative imagination, keen ability to focus and concentrate outside of exterior distractions, keen ability to understand and predict human behavior, extremely developed ability to make connections using seemingly unrelated data


and he is extremely sexy no?

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Best detective I know.
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Surely its the Doctor? the whole show revolves around the idea that his brains can beat any amount of violence
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LiamLives wrote:

Surely its the Doctor? the whole show revolves around the idea that his brains can beat any amount of violence



True.
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Ohhh! Now now people!
It's clearly The Doctor!



Besides....
Wibbly wobbly timey wimey.
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whyyoudodis wrote:

Ohhh! Now now people!
It's clearly The Doctor!



Besides....
Wibbly wobbly timey wimey.



Somebody else put that too.
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Either these people from Marvel Comics, orrrr....




I'm just choosing from different genres of fiction, but you catch my drift.
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For the 'Ell of it I would change the playing field as it is impossible to narrow down one character out of millions...and go with..

Ender of Ender's Game....

The scorn and abuse directed at the helpless child as well as the suppression of vitality, creativity, and feeling in the child and in oneself permeate so many areas of our life that we hardly notice it anymore. Almost everywhere we find the effort, marked by varying degrees of intensity and by the use of various coercive measures, to rid ourselves as quickly as possible of the child within us—i.e., the weak, helpless, dependent creature—in order to become an independent, competent adult deserving of respect....

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light from deathnote
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Walter White...obviously.
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-majestic wrote:

light from deathnote


Then Lelouch comes out of nowhere.
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qualeshia3 wrote:

I love how you use Morgan Freeman.

That's because Morgan Freeman is the embodiment of God.
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dankuuwut wrote:


qualeshia3 wrote:

I love how you use Morgan Freeman.

That's because Morgan Freeman is the embodiment of God.


True.
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All of the 9 smartest people in the Marvel Universe:
Beast
Iron Man
Hank Pym
Victor (Doom)
Mr. Fantastic
Bruce Banner(Hulk)
Living Tribunal
Amadeus Cho (Favorite One)
Black Panther
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(Reffering to Shadow3232)dude...thats the illuminati and only ONE of them fits in the smart category
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