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Saturday, July 28, 2007

Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallow

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Before we get started, I need to inform you that lines below contain a lot spoiler, a lot enough to kill your curiosity, as well as your fun time reading the adventure – if you haven’t had the chance to read the book, of course. So, finally, after years, the book reaches its last. The fight against Voldermort has finally brought a result. I must confess that I don’t really like how Rowling’s ended the adventure. Who was James exactly still remained as a mystery to me. Yet on the other side, I admire how she has planned it all – in just a coffee shop, if I was not mistaken.

Without going any further with any worthless chit-chat, let’s get the party started…

#1. What is the Deathly Hallows?
The Deathly Hallows were 3 things, each were once possessed by three Peverell brothers. The tale had it said that three powerful things were given by Death, and they were the unbeatable wand -the Elder Wand, the Resurrection Stone, and The Cloak of Invisibility. Sounds familiar? Yeap, without any doubt, the Cloak was Harry’s. It had become a legend that any wizard who could possess the Deathly Hallows would become master of death, that was, to become very powerful. Though many considered it as only a myth, a fairy tale which taught kids morality, there were many who also were obsessed by it, including Dumbledore.

#2. Who is RAB?
RAB, as Hermione had guessed, was Regulus Arcturus Black, Sirius’ brother. He stole it with the help of Kreacher.

#3. Which side was Snape in?
Well, I always know that I was right about Snape. He was at Dumbledore’s side. There was something fishy about Dumbledore’s plea the night he died, he’s saying ‘Severus, please..’. At chapter 33, The Prince’s Tale, you can read all his stories; his unrequited love to Lily Potter, how he’d secretly protected Harry, how he’s risking his own life to become Dumbledore’s spy on Voldermort.. He’s brave, and I regretted his death.

#4. What were the Horcruxes?
There were 7 Horcruxes, of course – the diary that possessed Ginny in Book 2, the Gaunt’s ring Dumbledore’s broken, Nagini the snake, diadem of Ravenclaw, the locket itself, Hufflepuff’s golden cup, and the seventh was Harry Potter himself…

#5. How did Harry destroyed the left Horcruxes?
He, Ron, and Hermione used the sword of Griffyndor to destroy the locket and Basilik’s fang to destroy the cup. The diadem was burnt with Fiendfyre, the cursed fire casted by Crabbe. Nagini was killed by Neville, using the sword of Griffyndor. So how about Harry? That’s for you to find out. Just remember the prophecy, neither can live while the other survives.

#6. Did Remus marry Tonks?
Yeap. They even had a baby called Teddy, named before Tonks’ Muggle father. Harry was his godfather.:)

#7. Who’s dead?
I can only say these names; Mad-Eye, Fred, Remus, Tonks –yes they were-, and Snape. Harry or Voldermort? Well, you might have guessed it correctly very well. :)

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