Could Dumbledore’s forceful spell be connected to his search for Horcruxes? Read the final article in this series to find out.
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?
While his Horcruxes may be destroyed, Lord Voldemort lives on as one of the best fictional villains in history through these top memorable moments.
Who do you blame for the deaths of the Potters, two brave and noble sorcerers who were so dearly loved? We’ve made a case for seven strong contenders.
How Attending College During a Pandemic Is Similar to the Events of “Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince”
How are the events of “Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince” similar to college life during a pandemic? There might be more comparisons than you think.
Since we can’t party like it’s 1482, we can have a “Harry Potter” version of Topsy-Turvy Day and look at how some well-known lines from the books and films would play out if they were said by a different character.
On the final episode of Season 2, Madison and Rebecca discuss Dumbledore’s ups and downs, talk about Hagrid’s perfection, and learn about resilience from a Weather Channel special.