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What fire can destroy a Horcrux?


  1. What fire can destroy a Horcrux?
  2. Why can the basilisk venom destroy Horcruxes?
  3. What was the hardest Horcrux to destroy?
  4. How do you destroy the 7 Horcruxes?
  5. Who destroyed the ring Horcrux?
  6. Can a Dementor destroy a Horcrux?
  7. Can veil destroy Horcrux?
  8. How is Marvolo Gaunt's ring destroyed?
  9. Who kills each Horcrux?
  10. Is Quirrell a Horcrux?
  11. Can Dementors be killed?
  12. How was ring Horcrux destroyed?
  13. Who destroyed the final Horcrux?
  14. What murders created the Horcruxes?
  15. Were any Death Eaters not Slytherin?
  16. Can Voldemort feel when a Horcrux is destroyed?
  17. Why is Azkaban so bad?
  18. What were Voldemort's 8 horcruxes?
  19. Who destroys ring Horcrux?
  20. Can a Horcrux be reversed?

What fire can destroy a Horcrux?

FiendfyreIt was unknown if the fire was able to burn off on its own. Fiendfyre was one of the few substances known to be able to destroy a Horcrux.

Why can the basilisk venom destroy Horcruxes?

After being healed, Harry took the fang and stabbed Riddle's diary, destroying that Horcrux beyond magical repair. Because Harry had stabbed the Basilisk with the sword, it was imbued with Basilisk venom and was therefore able to destroy Horcruxes and poison opponents that it cut through as well.

What was the hardest Horcrux to destroy?

1 The Locket Of all of Lord Voldemort's Horcruxes, Salazar Slytherin's old locket is the most difficult to obtain and destroy.

How do you destroy the 7 Horcruxes?

tom riddles diary, destroyed by basilisk fang. marvolo's ring, destroyed by sword of Gryffindor. Slytherin's locket, destroyed by sword of Gryffindor. Hufflepuff's cup, destroyed by basilisk fang. ravenclaw's diadem, destroyed by fiendfire. Nagini, destroyed by sword of Gryffindor.

Who destroyed the ring Horcrux?

Albus DumbledoreJuly 1996: Albus Dumbledore destroys Marvolo Gaunt's ring with Godric Gryffindor's sword in his headmaster's office.

Can a Dementor destroy a Horcrux?

Horcrux has no feelings, if a dementor go near to a Horcrux, they will not bother, right because it's just a thing not a human, a thing without any feeling and happiness. Yes, one can return through a Horcrux if faced the dementor's kiss. Because your soul is destroyed.

Can veil destroy Horcrux?

Similar to when Sirius falls through the veil and both his body and his soul are trapped there, a Horcrux thrown into the veil will be trapped (Both the object and soul). Throwing a Horcrux into the Veil should be considered as one of the means to destroy a Horcrux.

How is Marvolo Gaunt's ring destroyed?

July 1996: Albus Dumbledore destroys Marvolo Gaunt's ring with Godric Gryffindor's sword in his headmaster's office.

Who kills each Horcrux?

The Ring was destroyed by Albus Dumbledore, the Locket by Ron Weasley, the Cup by Hermione Granger, the Diadem with Fiendfyre that was conjured by Vincent Crabbe, Nagini was killed by Neville Longbottom, and the fragment within Harry was inadvertently destroyed by Voldemort himself.

Is Quirrell a Horcrux?

Quirrell is, in effect, turned into a temporary Horcrux by Voldemort. He is greatly depleted by the physical strain of fighting the far stronger, evil soul inside him.

Can Dementors be killed?

Well, you can't. Dementors are amortal, meaning that you can't kill them because they were never alive to begin with (even though they do die off eventually 😕). Dementors are 'impossible to destroy'. And there you go, you've got rid of a dementor.

How was ring Horcrux destroyed?

July 1996: Albus Dumbledore destroys Marvolo Gaunt's ring with Godric Gryffindor's sword in his headmaster's office.

Who destroyed the final Horcrux?

Voldemort uses the Avada Kedavra curse on Harry Potter, which sends Harry into limbo, destroys the Horcrux, and allows Harry to kill Voldemort.

What murders created the Horcruxes?

On his quest for immortality, Voldemort split his soul and kept a piece of it in different objects (including Harry Potter, although that was accidental), thus creating various Horcruxes.

Were any Death Eaters not Slytherin?

Peter Pettigrew, (a.k.a Wormtail), is the only Death Eater known to have been in a House other than Slytherin (Gryffindor) while at Hogwarts.

Can Voldemort feel when a Horcrux is destroyed?

In the books, Voldemort could not feel when a Horcrux is destroyed. Voldemort had to check to see if all of the Horcruxes were safe instead of knowing by some psychic connection to them. This Horcrux power is reversed in the films, as Voldemort can feel when a Horcrux is destroyed.

Why is Azkaban so bad?

Many in authority thought Azkaban an evil place that was best destroyed. Others were afraid of what might happen to the Dementors infesting the building if they deprived them of their home. The very walls of the building seemed steeped in misery and pain, and the Dementors were determined to cling to it.

What were Voldemort's 8 horcruxes?

There were 8 horcruxes. 7 were made by Voldemort intentionally ( Nagini, goblet, diary, locket, ring, diadem and the part of his soul in Voldemort himself) and 1 was made accidentally which was Harry.

Who destroys ring Horcrux?

Albus DumbledoreJuly 1996: Albus Dumbledore destroys Marvolo Gaunt's ring with Godric Gryffindor's sword in his headmaster's office.

Can a Horcrux be reversed?

Voldemort had to check to see if all of the Horcruxes were safe instead of knowing by some psychic connection to them. This Horcrux power is reversed in the films, as Voldemort can feel when a Horcrux is destroyed.



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