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16th May '17 10:06:50 AM nombretomado
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** Let's just say that the core is [[TsubasaReservoirChronicle Sakura's feather.]] ...Hey, somebody had to say it.

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** Let's just say that the core is [[TsubasaReservoirChronicle [[Manga/TsubasaReservoirChronicle Sakura's feather.]] ...Hey, somebody had to say it.
6th Mar '17 6:33:01 AM Milarqui
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* Um... no. Just, no. You are grasping at straws to try to make your theory hold together, but all you do is spend time uselessly trying to convince others of something that is clearly shown to be incorrect. As explained above, Snape never intended to defeat Dumbledore - he was just planning to give him a MercyKill. It is Malfoy who defeats Dumbledore by disarming him. It is Harry that then defeats Malfoy by disarming him. It is Harry's ownership of the Elder Wand that allows him to defeat Voldemort, since the Wand will not attack its master. And, of course, you choose not to explain how your pet theory fits with the part where Harry does not die to Voldemort's Avada Kedavra, instead only destroying the Horcrux in Harry's head. And the reason why Nagini's death helps Harry? Simple, Voldemort feels the death of the snake and knows he has lost his last anchor - and that weakens him.

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* Um... no. Just, no. You are grasping at straws to try to make your theory hold together, but all you do is spend time uselessly trying to convince others of something that is clearly shown to be incorrect. As explained above, Snape never intended to defeat Dumbledore - he was just planning to give him a MercyKill. It is Malfoy who defeats Dumbledore by disarming him. It is Harry that then defeats Malfoy by disarming him. It is Harry's ownership of the Elder Wand that allows him to defeat Voldemort, since the Wand will not attack its master. And it is Voldemort that defeats Snape in the movies, by using ''Sectumsempra''. And, of course, you choose not to explain how your pet theory fits with the part where Harry does not die to Voldemort's Avada Kedavra, instead only destroying the Horcrux in Harry's head. And the reason why Nagini's death helps Harry? Simple, Voldemort feels the death of the snake and knows he has lost his last anchor - and that weakens him.
6th Mar '17 6:29:14 AM Milarqui
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* Um... no. Just, no. You are grasping at straws to try to make your theory hold together, but all you do is spend time uselessly trying to convince others of something that is clearly shown to be incorrect. As explained above, Snape never intended to defeat Dumbledore - he was just planning to give him a MercyKill. It is Malfoy who defeats Dumbledore by disarming him. It is Harry that then defeats Malfoy by disarming him. It is Harry's ownership of the Elder Wand that allows him to defeat Voldemort, since the Wand will not attack its master. And, of course, you choose not to explain how your pet theory fits with the part where Harry does not die to Voldemort's Avada Kedavra, instead only destroying the Horcrux in Harry's head. And the reason why Nagini's death helps Harry? Simple, Voldemort feels the death of the snake and knows he has lost his last anchor - and that weakens him.
22nd Nov '16 9:38:25 PM NOYB
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*** A Horcrux's (in)vulnerabilities don't change whether the owner has a body or not, hence the Basilisk venom being necessary to destroy the diary while Voldemort was still incorporeal somewhere. But yes, the wand was only broken in the film.
27th Oct '16 11:19:30 AM dlchen145
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* Um... The book very clearly explained how the Elder Wand changes masters. At least, it was pretty clear to me. In case it wasn't, here it is: In order for the Elder Wand to recognize a new master, its current master must be defeated, but "defeated" does ''not'' mean "killed". It could mean something as simple as Disarming, as [[spoiler: Harry]] did to the real master of the Elder Wand as of the end of ''[[Literature/HarryPotterAndTheHalfBloodPrince Half-Blood Prince]]'', [[spoiler: Draco Malfoy]] (also: the master doesn't have to be using the Elder Wand for it to be defeated). So there's the first link in the progression broken: Snape was never the master of the Elder Wand, because [[spoiler: he killed Dumbledore as per a prior agreement; Dumbledore more or less forfeited his mastery of the wand to Draco]]. The second link in the chain has a very low probability of being able to mutter an incantation (she'd have to hold the wand in her mouth, and proper word choice and pronunciation is kind of a big deal in the Potterverse), and she never defeated any of the wand's true masters. Neville, while [[TookALevelInBadass taking a level in badass]], ''also'' never defeated any of the wand's masters, but hey, come on. He ended up being master of a big fucking sword that can only be mastered by a true Gryffindor; he's no less {{badass}} for not being a master of the Elder Wand (which, as [[spoiler: Harry]] pointed out later, is a lot more hassle than most people want to deal with).

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* Um... The book very clearly explained how the Elder Wand changes masters. At least, it was pretty clear to me. In case it wasn't, here it is: In order for the Elder Wand to recognize a new master, its current master must be defeated, but "defeated" does ''not'' mean "killed". It could mean something as simple as Disarming, as [[spoiler: Harry]] did to the real master of the Elder Wand as of the end of ''[[Literature/HarryPotterAndTheHalfBloodPrince Half-Blood Prince]]'', [[spoiler: Draco Malfoy]] (also: the master doesn't have to be using the Elder Wand for it to be defeated). So there's the first link in the progression broken: Snape was never the master of the Elder Wand, because [[spoiler: he killed Dumbledore as per a prior agreement; Dumbledore more or less forfeited his mastery of the wand to Draco]]. The second link in the chain has a very low probability of being able to mutter an incantation (she'd have to hold the wand in her mouth, and proper word choice and pronunciation is kind of a big deal in the Potterverse), and she never defeated any of the wand's true masters. Neville, while [[TookALevelInBadass taking a level in badass]], ''also'' never defeated any of the wand's masters, but hey, come on. He ended up being master of a big fucking sword that can only be mastered by a true Gryffindor; he's no less {{badass}} badass for not being a master of the Elder Wand (which, as [[spoiler: Harry]] pointed out later, is a lot more hassle than most people want to deal with).
2nd Oct '16 1:24:30 PM nombretomado
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[[WMG:Death, from the Tale of the Three Brothers, is Der Tod from {{Elisabeth}}.]]

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[[WMG:Death, from the Tale of the Three Brothers, is Der Tod from {{Elisabeth}}.''Theatre/{{Elisabeth}}''.]]
1st Oct '16 11:31:37 AM Morgenthaler
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[[WMG: Sirius isn't dead, but would be better off if he was. (He may also be [[TheGrimReaper Death...]] or [[IrregularWebcomic ''a'' Death.)]]]]

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[[WMG: Sirius isn't dead, but would be better off if he was. (He may also be [[TheGrimReaper Death...]] or [[IrregularWebcomic [[Webcomic/IrregularWebcomic ''a'' Death.)]]]]
2nd Aug '16 7:10:06 AM rubeusremus
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[[WMG: Albus, Aberforth and Ariana represent the Three Brothers, and Grindelwald is Death]]

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[[WMG: Albus, Aberforth and Ariana represent the Three Brothers, and Grindelwald is Death]]Death.]]
1st Aug '16 6:34:27 PM rubeusremus
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[[WMG: Albus, Aberforth and Ariana represent the Three Brothers, and Grindelwald is Death]]
Like the first brother, Albus seems to [[spoiler: ignore and alienate his siblings in search of greater power and dominance.]] Meanwhile, Aberforth, like the second brother, [[spoiler: values a dead girl more than anything he can have in life.]] Ariana, like the third brother, [[spoiler: just wants to hide from Death, and stay out of conflict.]] And Grindelwald is like Death, [[spoiler: the conniving, manipulative force that drives this family apart and is the catalyst of the siblings taking on the roles of the Three Brothers.]] Especially likely given that the Dumbledores are in the same age order as the Peverells, and is a family so connected to the Hallows hunt.
4th Dec '15 4:35:10 AM Morgenthaler
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Where else would Death get the [[IncrediblyLamePun styx]] to carve into the most lethal wand in all of existence? But puns aside, a wand from a tree beyond the veil would probably be ''much'' more potent, and definitely more resistant to "dying" from violence or old age ([[DoubleJeopardy again]]), than would a wand carved from a normal (albeit very, very old) tree.

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Where else would Death get the [[IncrediblyLamePun styx]] to carve into the most lethal wand in all of existence? But puns aside, a wand from a tree beyond the veil would probably be ''much'' more potent, and definitely more resistant to "dying" from violence or old age ([[DoubleJeopardy again]]), (again), than would a wand carved from a normal (albeit very, very old) tree.
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