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PK Feb 18
I’m a Harry Potter fan and i still have no idea how harry is the true ruler of the elder wand
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Cristina Correal Feb 18
Replying to @PKShrestha_
I don’t understand how you don’t understand that when it is clearly explained by Harry at the end
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PK Feb 18
Replying to @seequatro
Ya but it’s so confusing Draco disarmed dumbledore but when harry disarmed Draco, he just grabbed like 5 wands out of Draco’s hand, none of which were the elder wand bc voldy had it by then
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Cristina Correal
It’s a things with wandlore. Yes it belonged to Draco but Voldy never took it from him by force so its allegiance was still to Draco. Harry bested him and so its allegiance changed and only needed to be in Harry’s hands for it to work for him. ?? Yes or no?
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PK Feb 18
Replying to @seequatro @jk_rowling
I love that you tagged her lol fingers crossed for her response
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Cristina Correal Feb 19
Unlikely but I hope so lol
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Andrea Feb 19
And she did. 👍🏼
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stephen anthony lyon Feb 19
; if the victor takes the spoils why was the wand buried with the dead, they forgot it or snape was sneaky ?
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Stephanie Nawyn Feb 19
No one knew Dumbledore’s wand was THE elder wand except for Dumbledore himself. D wasn’t going into bars bragging about his wand.
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jaydreamer Feb 19
I thought the Elder wand didn't even need to be in Harry's hand. When Voldemort used it to send a killing curse at Harry, it refused to work against its true master, so it was already "working for him" before it touched his hand. Right, ??
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Alex Ortiz ΑΩΛ₇₃ ♓ Feb 19
Draco's wand cast the spell that defeated Dumbledore. Harry disarmed Draco, conquering Draco's wand, hence being true master of it AND the elder wand, which in his presence (forbidden forest) refuses to act againt him and only damages the usurper, Voldemort's part within Harry.
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Alex Ortiz ΑΩΛ₇₃ ♓ Feb 19
Along those lines, Harry disarmed Snape in PoA, so Snape's wand should have refused to act against him during the occlumency lessons. Also, during the DA lessons many wands should have changed allegiance, unless the victors handed over them. I think. Am I right, Ms ?
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☀️Armando✨Ribeiro 🌈 Feb 19
Aparently good point, but its only valable for the elder wand as its the only one that has such power, any other regular wand will work independently of the sorcerer or witch using it, it might just not work as well as the wand choses the master, but it still works and harms.
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Anant Bhushan Feb 19
No. When two people are practising duel but not in an actual duel, the allegiance of wands won't change. Same logic applies to occlumency lessons.
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Frank Thomas Feb 19
I think what actually damaged Voldemort it in the Forbidden Forest was the piece of his soul in Harry. … Now that I'm saying it though I'm not sure. ... Anyone?
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Bellatrix Lestrange Feb 19
The elder wand’s Allegiance belonged to Harry because Harry disarmed Draco at Malfoy Manor so it was his that’s why it didn’t kill Harry,that’s why the killing curse only killed Voldemort’s piece of soul and only sent Harry to limbo.
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Bellatrix Lestrange Feb 19
Only the elder wand worked that way,not the others
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MRC Talks Star Wars Feb 19
The true question is this. Why didn't the movie show the Elder Wand fixing Harry's wand like it did in the book? I've always been dissapointed by this. Harry's wand was a character in itself, and I felt let down. What wand is he using now?
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Nikita Harvey Feb 19
I think the point is, Harry won Draco's wand for himself. He *literally* disarmed him. They weren't just practising, and Draco didn't get his wand back afterwards. The hawthorn wand therefore switched allegiance to Harry, and the Elder Wand followed suit.
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Alex Ortiz ΑΩΛ₇₃ ♓ Feb 19
Agree.
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