Logical reasons...
why Harry Potter v.s Twilight

*WARNING SPOILERS*

Hi! I'm Cinnominbubble and I have noticed the war between fandoms have been going on for a while with no clear outcome. There is a reason to this-We are stubborn. Twihards want to stick up for Stephanie Meyer, whilst Potterheads want to do the same for J. K. Rowling. But, I have noticed something. Many of our reasonings aren't exactly logical. I mean, not to be offensive, some of our strongest points are downright idiotic!(from both sides) I'd like to come up with some smarter points to help people see our side of the story, whatever that side may be! It would do well to expect more of these in the future because of all the idiocy going around.(Again, not to be offensive)

I am a fan of Harry Potter but I'd like to acknowledge both sides to the story. People will be yelling at me at the end of this, so in advance, I say sorry for anything offensive.

-First off, I'd just like to say to you twihards, Harry Potter came first in 1998, whereas Twilight came out in 2005, I believe. So J.K Rowling did not copy Stephanie Meyer. I am in possession of both these series' and though Jacob and Sirius both have the same last name, and can both transform into dog-like figures, that is where the similarities stop. Sirius Black is a prisoner escaped from the wizard prison, Azkaban, where he was placed under false pretences. He is an old friend of Harry's parents, and is also Harry's godfather. He is only able to become a dog because he is an animagus, a witch or wizard with the ability to transform into a certain animal at will. He became an Animagus illegally in order to help his friend, Remus Lupin, who was a werewolf, through those bleak nights where there was a full moon. Werewolves only attack humans and so Sirius was only safe while in his dog form. Jacob Black on the other hand, is not a real werewolf. In Breaking Dawn, his species is called Shape-shifters as Aro says himself. He is only a shape-shifter because it runs in his family and... Yah. That subject all cleared up? I hope so.

-I have heard people saying that Twilight is a better love story but there's an easy answer to that... Harry Potter isn't a love story. Sure, if you are into that genre, go for Twilight, but is not fair to say that Harry Potter is a bad book just because it's not a romance novel.

-Yah, ok the Harry Potter characters have flaws! Bella and Rosalie seem to be the only ones with flaws in the entire series, Bella's being her disability to understand what goes on around her sometimes, and Rosalie's being over-the-top-jeolosy... Those don't even seem like flaws! Harry's cast on the other hand, has plenty of flaws. Hermione with her buck-teeth and bad posture, Mrs. Weasley with her over-protectiveness et cetera. But as someone in history said, Flaws are what give your character, well, character! There are plenty of people in Harry Potter with less flaws(Cho, Cedric, et al.) but flaws none the less. So again, if you prefer books where you characters are close to perfect, be my guest and read Twilight. I personally found the characters more relatable,(mainly Hermione) with their flaws and anger management issues.

Now I know I haven't addressed most of the major questions, but I honestly can't remember anymore(it's 10:06 PM, I just came home from piano! Cut me some slack please...wow I whine a lot!) Feel free to give me feedback, questions and requests for my next article(this is my first for Logical Reasons) Go ahead, tell me how bad it is, cant get any worse than what I (or Ralph[inside joke]) tell myself:D I will edit to accommodate all new questions, unless I get an overflow of questions. I will create an article for any point, if logical and/or if I understand/know of it. Since this is my first, I don't expect much. Just, if you have any negative comments(Twihards, if I wrote something wrong etc.)tell me in non caps form(don't be angry)

Yours in demigodishness, and all that. Peace Out!
Cinnominbubble >.<