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* Hey, wait a minute...The series has shown that effects of a wizard's magic disappear when that wizard dies, as was the case when Dumbledore died, and the body-binding spell he'd placed on Harry was broken. Wouldn't this ''prove'' that the legend of the Deathly Hallows was true, that the three of them really ''did'' belong to Death? Because if the three of them were just normal objects that were created and enchanted by the three brothers, wouldn't the enchantments have been broken once the three brothers had died?
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The tale ''points out'' it doesn't bring the dead back to life, so (presumably) anyone who found it and knew what it was and what it was supposed to do after the Peverell brother used it and word got around wouldn't be getting duped; they'd know they were only going to get to spend a little more time with their family/loved one(s), and even then they'd be little more than ghosts. Naturally this wouldn't stop some people from following said brothers' example, unfortunately, but one can always hope.
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