Reasons for voting decision: Didn't really like the style of the debate, however, I found that Pro had better arguments. Pro proved twilight was quite one dimensional and proved that the plot and acting was better. Pro loses a conduct point for pointing out that Con skipped an argument, and jumped to the conclusion because of that. Sources because Con used one.
There were good and bad arguments on both sides, but I believe that Con had more logical fallacies in his case. Also, you should respond to an argument, even if you find it irrelevant.
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Conduct goes to Pro because Con copied almost all his arguments directly from his source. Despite having the only source, Con does not get source points because his source is stupid. First of all, your style of debate annoys me, to say in the least. The list is not an effective way to convey information. Conduct goes to Con since Pro declared to the audience that the con skipped, when he really had not. No spelling or grammatical errors were found.
Con had better arguments and actually used sources, unlike Pro. You are not eligible to vote on this debate. This debate has been configured to only allow voters who meet the requirements set by the debaters.
This debate either has an Elo score requirement or is to be voted on by a select panel of judges. Pro This is a debate for the argument that Harry Potter is better than Twilight. Twilight has a much better plot.
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Twilight is much closer related to the books than Harry Potter is. The characters in Twilight are not all evil or all good. Twilight has a graphic novel as apposed to Harry Potter. Twilight is more believable in fiction aspects than Harry Potter. Harry Potter only depends on his wand as opposed to the Cullens who have different powers and allies.
Twilight goes deeper into the story than Harry Potter. Twilight takes place in a normal setting as opposed to "Hogwarts. Harry Potter has poor executions of Romance as opposed to Twilight. There is much less cursing in Twilight than in Harry Potter. Pro I'd like to thank my opponent for joining this debate. Report this Argument Con 1. In Harry Potter the plot is basically the same thing every single movie and book. Voldemort is after Harry, like always.
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All I meant by this was that Twilight follows the book closer than Harry Potter. I feel that just because a book is similar to a movie it doesn't mean that it is being "ripped off. Just because Harry defended his mother that doesn't mean he is even slightly evil. Voldemort may like his mother but he still wants to kill Harry Potter which does in fact make him very much so evil.
A graphic novel may not improve a series but it definitely enhances it. I feel that visualizing the story in an artistic setting can help you understand the author's ideas. She doesn't literally mean that a lion fell in love with a lamb. In case you didn't know Edward is a vampire, vampires don't sleep! Edward is infatuated Bella so he finds it beautiful how she sleeps. It is meant to be romantic. If some perceive that being "weird" then I don't know what to tell them.
In Twilight there are many lessons learned. You learn that just because people may be different you can still be with them. You learn to accept others for what and who they are. Twilight teaches that everyone can find love. I personally find Hogwarts irrational and confusing. It is difficult to take seriously, even in a fictional setting. I understand that Harry Potter is not a romance book but I think that they do a poor job of displaying love toward each other, except for the love between parent and child.
In Twilight there isn"t kissing on every page I assume you were exaggerating. I agree with what you say about Kristen Stewart but Daniel Radcliffe is not much better. Radcliffe doesn't do a very good job portraying Harry and doesn't execute emotions well. Similar is an understatement. Its always about trying to defeat Voldemort.
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