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I came across an old essay on the Harry Potter Lexicon dated 17th January 2001, written after the release of Goblet of Fire when many details about Voldemort's attack at Godric's Hollow were still ...

From Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire: “I have my reasons for using the boy, as I have already explained to you, and I will use no other. I have waited thirteen years. A few more months will ...

Why is Harry's & Voldemort's prophecy not repaired with something like the "Reparo" spell? Why is it lost for good (and Voldemort angry at Malfoy for that)?

Here is a quote from the first Harry Potter book, it's a conversation between Dumbledore and McGonagall. "My dear Professor, surely a sensible person like yourself can call him by his name? All ...

In the Half-Blood Prince, Correct me if I am wrong that Voldemort wanted Dumbledore dead due to: fear of the Headmaster of Hogwarts, personal hatred towards Dumbledore, Dumbledore is the only man ...

In the books we read about marvellous feats of dark magic done by powerful Dark Wizards other than Voldemort - like the deeds of Herpo the Foul, who created Horcruxes, or Salazar Slytherin, who made ...

Could Voldemort ever fully possess Nagini or was their telepathic bond intensely strong so that Nagini would do anything that Voldemort said? "But the man was stirring... a silver Cloak fell from ...

In the Goblet of Fire movie, the Death Eaters appear within seconds after being summoned by a newly resurrected Voldemort. The first words out of his mouth are to berate his followers for their lack ...

The Ministry of Magic never successfully tracked Voldemort. Even the very experienced and talented Order failed to track down the Dark Lord. Having several experienced potion makers, why didn't anyone ...

It's no secret that Horace Slughorn gave Voldemort information on making horcruxes, and a major thrust in the sixth book is Harry and Dumbledore trying to find out what Slughorn told him. With that ...

I've always been frustrated with this idea. As the storyline between Voldemort and Harry unfolded in the seventh book, we learned of the deep connection between the two. Since part of Voldemort's soul ...

So the first time that Voldemort "died", the wizarding world was in full celebration mode because they thought him gone forever. But once Voldemort returned thanks to his secret Horcruxes, panic ...

Voldemort didn't invent Horcruxing technology. It already existed when he asked Prof. Slughorn about it. So, he knew that Slughorn could be the weakest point of his plan from where his secret could be ...

In the Order of the Phoenix, Voldemort possesses Harry, and it hurts. Greatly. I think that Dumbledore explained that it was because Voldemort's rotten soul was incapable of assimilating Harry's pure ...

In the later movies, when Harry sees Voldemort, his scar hurts. But why, in Chamber of Secrets, did his scar not hurt when he saw Tom Riddle, which later in the film is revealed to be Lord Voldemort'...

When Ron meets Harry on the Hogwarts Express in Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, they have this conversation: “What House are your brothers in?” asked Harry. “Gryffindor,” said Ron. ...

This question struck me when I read: Why didn't the piece of Voldemort’s soul in Harry come back to life with Harry? It is not a duplicate. What concerns me is which soul is the one in King's ...

I recently reread the books and found it curious that when Harry goes into the Forbidden Forest, and is killed by Voldemort but comes back to life, that the piece of soul in him doesn't come back with ...

In the Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, Dumbledore says that his sources tell him that Voldemort is hiding in Albania. “What interests me most,” said Dumbledore gently, “is how Lord ...

The nose of Tom Riddle (as a student) was fine, as I have seen in the movies. But, Voldemort's nose doesn't look like a normal human nose. What really happened?

What if, what if, the boy knew about the others? Could he know, had he already acted, had he traced more of them? Was Dumbledore at the root of this? Dumbledore, who had always suspected him; ...

In "The Deathly Hallows" that Death Eaters were able to track down people who said You-Know-Who's name aloud - they have tracked Harry Potter and co after they escaped the wedding because of Harry's ...

This question caused me to think of another question. The books/movies establish that Voldemort (as well as Harry) has a wand with the incredibly rare Phoenix feather as the core. Voldemort's wand ...

Pursuant to THIS QUESTION (Could the Dementors' Kiss Destroy a Living Horcrux?), I have a follow-up question. Based on what we know about the Demetors' Kiss, the soul, and Horcruxes from canon, what ...

As Voldemort was a rather special Dark Lord, did he ever sleep since he returned in the 4th book? It seems to me that he didn't and needn't have to even.

I know they feel a burn from their Dark Mark when summoned by Lord Voldemort, but is it just a fleeting pain?

This is the opposite of a great question. Instead of asking why Time-Turners weren't used to destroy Voldemort, I want to know ... Why didn't Voldemort try to get a Time-Turner? He and his Death ...

“He took your blood believing it would strengthen him. He took into his body a tiny part of the enchantment your mother laid upon you when she died for you. His body keeps her sacrifice alive, and ...

(In Harry Potter) When wizards are dueling, if they both know how to cast the Killing Curse, then what is the meaning of one being more powerful than the other? Specifically, we are repeatedly told ...

Brief explanation behind this question: In Deathly Hallows, when Voldemort casts Avada Kedavra against Harry in the Forbidden Forest, the spell connects but (unknown to Voldemort at the time) does ...

In Philosopher’s Stone, when Harry chooses his wand, Ollivander says: “The wand chooses the wizard, remember … I think we must expect great things from you, Mr Potter … After all, He Who Must Not ...

From what I see, practicing Dark Arts is not really a crime except for the Unforgivable Curses. Although many members of the wizarding world appear to frown upon the Dark Arts, they are not ...

Yesterday I watched Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1, and I was wondering how exactly the Death Eaters took the Ministry? In the movies we never saw that. Later I checked on Wikipedia's ...

We know that Dolores Umbridge was not associated with Death Eaters before Voldemort’s return. We also know that Umbridge collaborated with Voldemort and Death Eaters after the death of Rufus ...

I was reading The Deathly Hallows (again) recently and a question popped up in my mind: did Dolores Umbridge, who worked as the head of the Muggleborn Registration Commission, know that the Ministry ...

When the Death Eaters attacked Hogwarts, why did the Death Eaters not just use Avada Kedavra and kill everyone?

When Harry 'dies' from Voldemort casting Avada Kedavra in the forest, why does he make Narcissa check if Harry is still alive? I am not asking why Narcissa was chosen, only why anyone was chosen at ...

Right from The Philosopher's Stone to The Goblet of Fire, as far as the magical community was concerned, "The Boy who Lived" had lived while Voldemort had been defeated. It's understandable that ...

This question just came to my mind. We saw that Voldemort was afraid of Albus Dumbledore. Was he afraid of Aberforth too? Because we see that Aberforth was a powerful wizard. So, whether he was ...

JK Rowling says the following about Peter Pettigrew: He's weak, fundamentally weak. Pettigrew is a very weak character. He's not someone I like at all. He's a weak person and he likes to gravitate to ...

We know Severus Snape was "an accomplished Occlumens." We also see that Voldemort, who was a powerful Legilimens, was unable to detect when Snape was lying to him. Does this mean that Voldemort could ...

I know that this question may sound like it has a very obvious answer, and many of you may just say that Harry didn't die because he was the Master of Death, as he had the possession of the three ...

During Order of the Phoenix Harry gets regular insights into Voldemort's thoughts and feelings. He gets snapshots of where Voldemort is and what he's doing. These visions stopped during Half-Blood ...

Lily Potter chose to die instead of sacrificing her son Harry to Voldemort. In doing so, protective enchantments were created that protected Harry and made him less vulnerable to Voldemort and ...

At the end of Order of the Phoenix, Voldemort possesses Harry and is hurting from the possession. I feel like the book suggested that it was his mother's love that protected Harry, but Voldemort by ...

For 14 years Voldemort was less than a ghost and trying to constantly make his return, but for around 11 he was completely incapacitated. "I was less than a spirit, less than the meanest ghost......

If it will be helpful to anyone, here is Tom Riddle/Voldemort's timeline from the HP Lexicon. Okay, my math is generally terrible, but if Hogwarts was established approximately 1000 years prior to ...

So in both the books and movies, the basilisk in the Chamber of Secrets is said to only listen to the Heir of Slytherin. We all know Tom Riddle was the Heir, but I want to know why the basilisk could ...

After Voldemort in his original body (before he created a new one from Adam's rib Wormtail's hand spiced with Harry's blood) was hit by the rebound Killing Curse, his soul was ripped from his body, ...

Nagini was able to transform into Bathilda Bagshot and was waiting for Harry to come to Godric's Hollow. Did the snake have magical powers, or did Voldemort transform her into Bathilda? If it's the ...

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