Re: Fawkes the ideal Horcux?
- From: Toon <toon@xxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 11 Mar 2007 08:12:22 -0400
On 10 Mar 2007 05:49:05 -0800, "mueckelein" <mueckelein@xxxxxxxxx>
On 10 Mrz., 14:07, Toon <t...@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
On 9 Mar 2007 14:31:39 -0800, "mueckelein" <mueckel...@xxxxxxxxx>
In CoS Fawkes is sent to help Harry in the chamber together with
Griffindor´s hat and sword. I think it is rather likely that Fawkes
was Gryffindors phoenix, too. He would make the ideal Horcrux because
he cannot be killed - he always returns! Or can they die? Where is
Fawkes now and how did Dumbledore get him? We know that V. had
Hufflepuff´s cup and Slytherin´s locket. That makes it likely that he
wanted two other "items" from Ravenclaw and Gryffindor. The question
is when V. might have got the possibility to make Fawkes a Horcrux.
Was that the reason why he wanted to become a teacher in Hogwarts? Or
did V. know about Horcruxes already and by killing Myrtle by the
basilisk he got the possibility to make a Horcrux? Was Fawkes DD´s
phoenix by that time already and did he live at Hogwarts then?
Living Horcruxes are quiet stupid. Now, does a phoenix die and
resurrect, or turn back into a baby? if the former, the Soul Bit is
lost. Therefore, not an ideal horcrux.
Fawkes is DD's, who has a thing for them. There is no reason to
believe he was gryffendor's.
I never said he was not DD´s Phoenix.
Never said you didn't.
Put Phoenixes are very old
creatures - there is no reason why he should not have been Gryffindor
Why not Hufflepuff's? Fawkes is DD's, who has a thing for them,
according to JK Rowling.
Why does Fawkes carry the Hat and sword if he has no
connection to Godric Gryffindor?
He knows it's secrets.
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