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Congratulations to Frodo the 9 fingered and his Fellowship of Awesomeness!

Round One winners with percentage of votes:


The Bolton Wanderers
"I feel the right balance of dark and light has been achieved with this selection: the evil tones of Ming the Merciless and Rita Repulsa are balanced by the almighty goodness of God. Babbage will be the technician of the group, as the Georgian polymath will be able to rustle up a device to get the team out of sticky situations. Scotty Too Hotty will be our "powerhouse," perhaps performing an aided sitout powerbomb to any fearsome monsters encountered. Ming and Rita will, of course, be the brains behind any evil schemes required and Captain Ahab will be the morale boosting master of the group willing them onto greater heights. Tay Zonday can provide music, and the sense of tragic irony will add a certain morose humour which may placate enemies for a second or two. Mark Lewis can film the whole thing, possibly taking out an Orc or two on his tripod weapon. And, of course, God can do anything, can't he? So He'll sort out everything else."
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The Legion of Blood
"This is the ultimate team because it has every thing an elite team would need. Such as in a fight, you can have Cole and Sasuke clear through the opening with some combined electricity attacks, Jackie and Pride can pick off people using darkness constructs and other gruesome things, Crona being a swordsman can fight anyone using not only his sword but his own blood as a weapon not to mention his insanity, and last but not least Raven can use her telepathy to bring out the enemies true fears and use them for her advantage. And she has the potential to steal people's emotions."
Madara Uchiha1


Evenstar's Flame
"Éowyn is skilled at swordsmanship, as is Aragorn, and this will help the group in the means of combat. This goes for Gandalf as well; he is a wizard, and he can do some damage with his staff/magic. Legolas and Gimli also help on the battlefield, as Legolas is a master archer and Gimli can hack with his axe. Last but not least, Frodo, of course, because he is the Ring-bearer and Samwise Gamgee to help protect him and fight threats."
Love and Lust
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Adventurers of Ooo
"Because they are dedicated users to the Adventure Time Wiki. They commit good service and loyalty to the wiki. And also, they are funny and great friends. :)"


Epic Ninjas
"Because (as my title describes) my team consists of people who are basically epic... well, uh... ninjas!"
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Obsidian Blade
"I believe that this is a good team because of the skills that the members can bring with them. General Grievous, Serpico and the Arbiter can be very strategic, planning exactly how to take on their foes. Mr. Freeze would be able to immobilise most opponents with his freeze ray, thereby neutralising targets. Lexaeus has a good knowledge of both illusion based magic and science, and could prove to be very knowledgable to his team. Jim Hawkins could use his solar sailer to scout ahead of the others and is naturally good at solving puzzles. Monday's Dusk could do the same, albeit in a more stealthy manner, as well as providing his fighting skills. Spectre is an excellent sniper and could find good vantage points in order to eliminate enemies long before they get close. Finally, Malcolm Reynolds is a veteran soldier, able to come up with excellent on-the-fly tactics, as well as being naturally hardy."
Chad from Accounting


Total Immortal
"This team has a strong balance of strength, magic, and leadership. Hawkeye serves as the long-range soldier of the group, much as Legolas did. Richard Cypher is both a swordsman and a war wizard, making him valuable in case anything happens to the other members of the Fellowship. Abraham Lincoln can clear his way through swarms of enemies with his axe spinning expertise. Captain America is a soldier who will follow orders without question, but he is also a capable leader in times of crisis. It wouldn't be a Fellowship without an old bearded wizard! Dumbledore fits this role nicely. As a shaman, Thrall serves a multi-purpose role as a back-up wizard, a fighter, and a healer. Theseus excels at combat, and is capable of killing large numbers of enemies in record time. While each of these characters is strong in his own right, they need someone to lead them. Hannibal Smith is the man with the plan. Frodo IS the ring bearer. Replacing him is blasphemy."
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The Unrelentables
"I've consolidated my team into three categories: Warriors, Mages and Leaders. First there's the Warriors: A Predator is a creature born to kill, now due to experiments, it's complete with a neural clamp w/remote-control. The Borg drone is very strong, but also possess the ability to inject it's victims with nano-probes, therefore creating another Borg -- by the time the Team is on the slopes of Mt. Doom, there would be an army of Borg. A Na'vi Warrior is here because the Na'vi are very tall, strong and fast; just who one needs to sweep goblins out of the way, if met with. Next are the Mages: First up is Harry Potter because he is an Auror, and Sauron is a dark sorcerer. Then there is the Hero of Will, because nobody does magic like Garth. Another mage would be a Dovahkiin, if you could find one, because where would the team be without a warrior with dragons' souls? Lastly we have the Leaders, the thinking folk: Yoda is a half-way bet between mage and warrior, and I'd love to see what would happen when Mordor's Army meets this guy; plus Yoda has the self-control to actually drop the ring into Mt. Doom. What group of thinkers would be complete without The Doctor? Last but not by-any-means least we have Aragorn, the heir to Gondor's throne; not only is he a great warrior and tactically savvy, but someone has to know the way to Mordor, right?"
Starfleet Academy


The Gamers
"I picked some video game characters from my favorite games like GTA IV, Kirby, Sonic the Hedgehog, Mortal Kombat, Super Mario, Assassin's Creed and, of course, Pac-Man."
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The High Paladins
"I believe that this team is the ultimate due to its diversity. Deschain, the sharpshooter, world-traveller and Gunslinger of Gilead of Eld is a wise, noble warrior but a fierce one, having fought and survived for many years in a "moved-on" world. Gandalf is an obvious choice, wise but the full extent of his power was only ever hinted at. Conan is the sharp-witted fighter, having worked his way up from the mean streets to the Crown of Aquilonia. Elric, the Stealer of Souls, is a darker character, deeply imbued with the taints of chaos and kept alive by his bond with the fell blade Stormbringer. Randolph Carter is the not quite human team academic, sharing his knowledge of eldritch threats and alien dimensions. Kvothe is a driven hero, a good all-rounder. Pug the Magician has encountered demons, invading armies and threats to reality while Arthur Eld was the greatest defender of order All-World ever saw. Rounding off the team is Garet Jax, skilled in every known weapon and never beaten in combat. The team balances power with wisdom, order with chaos and the martial arts with the liberal ones, a group of adventurers who could defeat a Balrog, stand steadfast against an army of Orcs and maybe even resist the insidious threat of the Ring's corrupting power."
Wyvern Rex.


"I have come up with a team that not only has the outward skills needed to complete tasks (brains, magic, gun skills, and battle skills), but also has good personal qualities such as courage, leadership, and helpfulness (well, some). Roland Deschain, who was the protagonist and anti-hero of Stephen King's The Dark Tower series, comes from a grand line of gunslingers, who are All-World's justice keepers. He once killed a mob of 39 people with his guns (in Tull), and his quest for the Dark Tower was a long one (he was about 337 when he completed his task). The Doctor, the time traveling hero of the television series Doctor Who is near immortal, and knows much about the stream of time. Chances are, if he was present in Mordor, the group would also have access to the Doctor's Tardis, which would allow them to time travel, if needed. Kratos, from the critically acclaimed God of War video game, is a brutal fighter filled with a strong determination to complete his tasks. Kratos has fantastic fighting skills and has taken down giants, so having him to take care of large (and even small) enemies is beneficial. General Grievious, the droid commander from Star Wars: Episode III, is a droid himself, and as seen when fighting Obi-Wan, very flexible. He can wield four lightsabers at once, and his battle abilities, along with Kratos, should be enough to take on any creatures. Also, his voice is cool.Doctor Octavius, one of Spider-Man's greatest foes of all time, has a vast intellect which, used in the right manner, could solve problems if needed. Doc Ock knows the reactions in physics, biology and chemistry, all of which could be useful when traversing the land of Modor. 'Sora, from Square Enix's Kingdom Hearts series, is a courageous young man who isn't afraid of anything. Through his journey across worlds he has learned to use various magic spells (basic elements and advanced such as magnetic fields), and summoning allies. He also wields the keyblade, which can unlock any locks in existence.''Dr. Henry "Indiana" Jones (guess what he's from?), is an explorer and tomb raider, which would be good while traveling across Modor as the group would need someone with knowledge of geographical patterns, and dos and don'ts of exploring.

Frodo, from The Lord of the Rings trilogy, is, in my opinion, irreplaceable. He needs to be the one holding the ring, as he is the titular character. Although the ring is tempting to most, Frodo seems to be able to resist the urge to totally go Gollum with it. He is also brave, and it helps to have someone that knows some of Modor, even if it is just stuff he heard in The Shire. King Leonidas (from 300), is the final member in the group, as I knew the group needed a strong leader. He may not be the most sensible leader, but he knew how to lead a group of 300 into battle (and make us laugh with "This is Sparta"), so he should have no problem with 8.

The group name "Exterminators" is a reference to many things. It is their goal to exterminate the ring. It also refers to the somewhat brutish nature some of the members would take (Roland, Kratos, Grevious, Octavius, Leonidas). Could also be a reference to Daleks (the main enemy in Doctor Who), always shouting, 'Exterminate!'"
Stan Richards of Windsor
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Bringers of Light
"Gandalf and Dumbledore have magical powers and are very, very powerful. Thor is a Norse god and has his hammer to smash all foes. Poison Ivy has the power to manipulate plants and flora. Magneto can control metal such as weapons and swords. Green Lantern can create almost anything with the power of the ring. Leo Valdez is immune to fire and is an excellent engineer. Happy can fly and Jake can turn into anything."


The Pro Troll Patrol
"Ichigo Kurosaki, to add a bit of humor and to fight off all of those rocks. Commander Shepard will be the one to sacrifice himself to destroy the ring, because he's always sacrificing himself. Edward Elric would move the rock in the mountain to get there safely, and Mario and Luigi would carry the rest of the team around with their limitless jumping energy."
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Fantasy Globetrotters
"Ok so, in my mind the ring-bearer would be Harry Potter. Is he as powerful as some other characters I could have chosen? Perhaps not, but he showed that even when it meant facing death, he would always do what needed to be done, even at the expense of his very life. Then you have Hermione and Ron who refuse to leave his side and support him through seven years of battles. As their back up, you have Harry Dresden as a powerful wizard (on top of the fact that Harry, Hermione and Ron know their fair share as well). Green Arrow and Wolverine are great fighters. The Doctor is the brains, and I mean come on, he has a TARDIS, so if things go wrong, let's just go back and start over. Silver Surfer can provide air support and Dr. Manhattan just plan kicks arse!"


The Inconceivables
"Superman, Goku and Thor are the main fighters of this team, able to take on entire armies by themselves (and win), but all nine are skilled enough to survive in the War of the Ring. The Doctor, Batman and Holmes add some serious brainpower, sure to come up with winning strategies every time. Dredd is the steely backbone, ensuring nobody surrenders, and good for clearing out corruption in Middle-earth (say goodbye, Denethor and Saruman). Indiana Jones and Tintin bring good old heroic determination and two-fisted adventuring. Like the Hobbits, they are the heart and soul of the team. For his innocence and eternal optimism, I'd have to give the Ring itself to Tintin -- nothing can wear that boy down."
Captain Space
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"Because they have the way to lead a proper way to adventuring."
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