Re: DD duel with Grindelwald
- From: Toon <toon@xxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 01 Oct 2007 10:44:30 -0400
On Mon, 1 Oct 2007 04:22:04 +0100, "Jonathan Ellis"
On the other hand... considering that Dumbledore and Grindelwald had
once been friends - and considering that, I believe, Rita Skeeter's
comments in the paper suggest that no duel happened, and Grindelwald
actually came quietly... I wonder if that was actually what *really*
happened? There's a few other Skeeter slanders in there that turn out
to have some truth behind them.
That's the only tabloid of hers I trust.
After all that would fit with the fact that Grindelwald did indeed
have some remorse for his atrocities, later in life. Possibly that was
the start of it?
His actual appearance (rather than second hand stories), seems to hint
he did go quietly to be locked up, and that could be from DD reasoning
with him. Harry tried a much lesser version with Voldemort, but it
didn't take. Possibly from boring V into a coma with lengthy
exposition and no actual fighting.
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