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Getcha HP spoilers here. - helen-louise
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Getcha HP spoilers here.
I would just like to confirm that all of the Harry Potter conspiracy stories are true. Yes, all of them. Even the ones that contradict each other.

Edit: 02:26 - Updated with some more info.
Edit: 13:35 - Fixed.


Harry dies. And also survives. I have no idea how the bookmakers are going to pay out on that, because both of "Harry dies" and "Harry survives" are true.







Dumbledore was really dead! But then comes back to life! Harry gets to talk to him in the temporary "afterlife" he goes into after being killed by Voldemort, but before being revived by the Resurrection Stone.






Harry & co finally find out that Snape is a good guy. But only after Snape dies for the cause.






Harry is the seventh Horcrux.






Harry, Ron, Hermione, Ginny & Hagrid all survive.



Malfoy lives! All the Malfoys live! It becomes obvious from the first chapter that the Malfoys are terrified of Voldemort and would like to stop anytime.



Goyle survives, Crabbe dies.



The last chapter is set nineteen years later, and features Harry & Ginny's children Albus, James and Lily; and Ron & Hermione's children Rose and Hugo; and Draco's child Scorpius.







Lupin and Tonks die - but not until after they've got married and had a son. So does Fred :(, and apparently Colin Creevey, the little stalker. George loses an ear but is otherwise ok. Dobby and Hedwig also die - Hedwig in the very first chapter!


I totally forgot - Neville & Luna survive too.

Dudley Dursley becomes a human being!

I haven't read the whole book yet, just got back from the 24 hour ASDA with my £5 copy, so I've only read the last few chapters. But enjoy the delicious spoilerage!

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blueshimmer From: blueshimmer Date: 21st July 2007 01:35 (UTC) (Link)
Harry is the seventh Horcrux.

I KNEW IT! I KNEW IT! I suspected that right from the very beginning, and yet so many people said "but that can't be right, the Prophecy says *blah blah blah*" -- well, Prophecies are almost never 100% accurate anyway. :P

Malfoy lives! All the Malfoys live!
BOO! Lucius deserves to be totally offed.
therealocelot From: therealocelot Date: 21st July 2007 01:52 (UTC) (Link)
Well, you've got one of those wrong unless the leaked copy was wrong.
baratron From: baratron Date: 21st July 2007 12:43 (UTC) (Link)
Yeah, I misunderstood on my skim read. Fixed ;)
jinian From: jinian Date: 21st July 2007 01:55 (UTC) (Link)
Hee. Okay, I am spoiled. Yay!
quiet000001 From: quiet000001 Date: 21st July 2007 02:04 (UTC) (Link)
Harry and Ginny?

How revoltingly cute.

*returns to Harry/Draco corner to wait for the h/d slash verdict*

(Yes, I know we were NEVER going to see Harry/Draco happen in the books. I just think Harry/Ginny is too cutesy.)
baratron From: baratron Date: 21st July 2007 12:50 (UTC) (Link)
Yeah, I have a bit of an issue with the idea that you meet the love of your life at school, and your first real relationship will always last - but then, I suppose, wizards generally stay in the wizarding community. If you have all of the wizards in the country at the same school, then you would meet your future partner at school - unless you married a wizard from another country.

Nothing to say any of the HP married couples are monogamous, is there? ;D
aardvarkoffnord From: aardvarkoffnord Date: 21st July 2007 04:37 (UTC) (Link)
Many thanks. I hated the last book, but did want to know how it all ended. Mind-you, the phrase "cop-out" does spring to mind.
lovingboth From: lovingboth Date: 21st July 2007 08:17 (UTC) (Link)
I have no idea how the bookmakers are going to pay out on that, because both of "Harry dies" and "Harry survives" are true.

Ha! I suspect that they'll point to the ending and say that he lives or start quibbling about what 'dies' means.

I did see the odds against him committing suicide were slashed heavily towards publication, and I can see that one paying out.

I wonder if there was a similar problem in Judea nearly two thousand years ago? "Look, I bet that he'd be killed and he was bleeding crucified." "Yeah, but he came back, so I'm not paying out..."
baratron From: baratron Date: 21st July 2007 12:45 (UTC) (Link)
He doesn't commit suicide, he allows himself to be killed by Voldemort. Not quite the same thing.
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