I wouldn't be surprised if someone broke into J.K. Rowlings house and took micro prints of the manuscript to see if Harry Potter really dies. The only fictional character that I would care about if he dies is the Master Chief from Halo.scorpa said:They can't kill him! That would be horrible, but at the very least if it does happen he needs to defeat Voldemort before he dies haha. Does anyone know when the next book is supposed to come out?
Maybe Harry will be cloned.selfAdjoint said:As Potter and his chums age, the stories become for that age group. Since they are now like 17 - 18, the stories are of the "young adult" type, i.e. dark, noir, violent. I believe Rowling's son, for whom she started the stories, is now 20 or 30, so it wouldn't be inappropriate for the last book to be completely adult in theme and development.
Or maybe Harry messed up his "protective" spells one night and because of it even if he dies she can go on writing more books.Moonbear said:She can't make Harry Potter die...not unless there's a sequel where some magic brings him back to life. It would certainly be an unexpected ending, but she'd also be locking herself out from ever writing another book in the series again.
No need to.rocketboy said:Or maybe Harry messed up his "protective" spells one night and because of it even if he dies she can go on writing more books.
edit: that reminds me... I still haven't read the 6th book. I need to get on that.
Dobby and Winky? Ugh, I'd be glad to see them go. I know, I'll incur the wrath of Hermione for dissing the house elves.arildno said:If she dares to kill off Dobby or Winky, I'll strangle her myself.
(She can do whatever she like with Kreacher).
lmao weird that the only stuff i think is funny is low-brow offensive stuff like that. too much www.maledicta.org (intl journal of verbal aggression) i guessSizarieldoR said:BWAhahahaha, maybe Harry will just get some... problems. And at the end he will be like Stephen Hawking, in a flying magical wheelchair:rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl:
This sounds really plausible to me and it goes with something else I think. Snape has been set up as a minor wizard, but the indications from his notebook is that he's secretly a major power. A stealth weapon in Voldemort's inner circle! But of course Harry has to be intimately involved. A set-up, Harry in V's power, Snape backstabs, sounds like the strategy that will go down.pervect said:Prediction:
Both Voldermort and Snape will die. Harry will probably live.
Snape is a very ambiguous character. However....
Voldermort can't be killed without inside help, or a deus-ex-machina. The logical person to provide this help is Snape. Snape needs to gain you-know-who's confidence before he can effectively backstab him. Dumbledorf knew this all along, and was willing to sacrifice himself to put Snape in the proper position, in the belief (possibly only the hope) that Snape will do the right thing.
I don't know what the determining factor in Snape's motivation is going to be, but the suggestion I've heard that I like best is that he will have loved Harry's mother, though he probably hated Harry's father and dislikes Harry because Harry reminds Snape of Harry's father.
Yea, and then the Muggle world will have to use nuclear weapons against himfourier jr said:i think it's a great idea to have harry potter lose to voldemort. even though it would be sad to have the hero/protagonist lose, unlike star wars, lotr & other bigtime series it's at least original.