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The one comment Snape made on Hermiones teeth really made me refuse to like him.

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I read this book called " Harry Potter should have died" and there was a part saying something about that line. It was like Snape didn't mean he saw no difference in Hermione's teeth it was he didn't see a difference between the badness of the spell on her and the one on Goyle.

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I hate when I make a really good post before I make an account.

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I never read Harry potter, what is a horcrux? I see that word and I think "that poor ****..."

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Ross Ross

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A horcrux can be anything, like a football or a dolphin.

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In the first book Voldemort admits to killing Harry's parents. He in fact tells how they "died begging for mercy" (pg294 chapter17 the man with two faces).

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Nichi_Ember Nichi_Ember

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yeah but i mean in the first chapter everyone knew what happened.

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Harry does remember it, becasue in the first book, he keeps seeing a green light and stuff in his dreams, and he hears his parents thoughts in book 3 when the dementors are near him....haha i couldn't put that into words really well, but for all you pott heads, you get it, right?

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malexire malexire

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yeah in the first chapter harry's a baby so how could they ask a baby what happened?

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Well they knew this because Harry was the boy who lived. Voldy went away when he tried to kill Harry, and Dumbledore figured out what happened when he went to pik up Harry. And Dumbledore knew about the prophecy so he was able to put things together and he told the rest of the wizarding world, and hes a respectable guy so everyone believed him.

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yeah but everyone seemed to know wat happened before Dumbledore piked up harry from godric's hollow

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Okay, the Dark Mark signified that either Voldemort or some of his Death Eaters killed Lily and James. The fact that Voldemort disappeared shortly after meant that it was probably Voldemort. Meanwhile, Dumbledore knew that the Potters recently switched Secret Keepers and he knew that Voldemort personally wanted the Potters dead, because of the prophecy by Trelawney that he heard.

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(wobbuffet):but in the flashback scene of DH Voldemort never put up the dark mark and he was alone so a death eater couldn't. And Dumbledore didn't know that the Potters swiched secret keepers otherwise he would've known that Sirius was innocent in PoA. and also only Dumbledore know of the prophecy so unless he told the whole country that Voldemort killed them(which i don't think he did) no one should have known what happened.

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Okay, well still: the secret keeper was voldemorts servant and motive - he was there because of the prophecy, no one else knew about that except for Dumbledore and Trelawney - who didn't even remember!

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no one knew wormtail was the secret keeper or a servant of voldemort

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The Dark Mark is the sign of Voldemort, and says the he had been there. Also: refer to my other evidence.

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Mitchhp Mitchhp

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no some has to cast the dark mark after someones been killed. in the flashback in Dh, Voldemort never did that

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Because the Dark Mark was above Thd house, and the secret keeper was Voldemort's servant. Also, Voldemort was there for a reason: because of the prophecy, so how could it be someone else.

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Mitchhp Mitchhp

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who put the dark mark up. Voldemort was alone

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