Re: Why I think Harry is not a Horcrux
- From: Toon <toon@xxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 09 Apr 2006 04:00:57 -0400
On 8 Apr 2006 06:46:55 -0700, "Jane Grey" <jane.grey@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
On 7 Apr 2006 12:49:56 -0700, "Jane Grey" <jane.grey@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
isn't this a big presumption on your part (that if harry was a horcrux
it'll take a lot of writing to incorporate)? seeing as, if harry is a
horcrux, you don't know what part it will play.
Um, a really, really big part.
it will be big in terms of shaping the plot but that doesn't mean that
a lot of writing is needed. harry could find out he's a horcrux in a
matter of a paragraph (maybe AD's bro alberforth tells him) and decide
he must sacrifice himself in a paragrah. then he uses this connection
to LV to locate the other horcruxes, this won't need to take more than
a paragraph for each horcrux. aaron was implying that harry can't be a
horcrux because if if harry was a horcrux, book7 would be too big -i'm
merely pointing out that that isn't necesarily the case because the
harry is a horcrux plot will be entwined with the expected plot (of
harry going to Bill's wedding, godrics hollow then tracking down and
destorying the remaining horcruxes before going after Nagini/Voldemort)
therefore will not necessarily add a great deal of additional chapters
"Hmmm. Dd left me this packet in his will, entitled CPP. Wow, I'm a
horcrux, I can track the others now, and he wanted Snape to kill him.
Thank goodness for Convenient Plot Points."
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