Could Dumbledore’s forceful spell be connected to his search for Horcruxes? Read the final article in this series to find out.
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The forceful spell is clearly not meant to kill, but a surprising amount of information can still be gleaned from comparing it to the Killing Curse.
A closer look at the forceful spell gives us clues into how it works and what Voldemort knows or suspects about its function.
In his duel with Voldemort, Dumbledore uses a spell so forceful that Voldemort has to conjure a shield. What is that spell actually intended to do?
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I’ll say it again for the ones in the back: I hate Professor Dumbledore. And no, I’m not talking about Michael Gambon in “Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire”.