Re: This would have been interesting



Toon wrote:

On Wed, 23 Jan 2008 12:28:03 +0530, santosh <santosh.k83@xxxxxxxxx>
wrote:

BTW, Voldemort is described by Dumbledore at several points in the
story as being one of the most magically gifted and talented wizard
ever. I wonder why he could not recreate the Philosopher's Stone to
achieve immortality? Seems safer and less "destructive" than ripping
your soul into Horcruxes.

Far easier to destroy the Stone than a Horcrux. The Stone would need
to be hidden but easily accessed for continued use. A Horcrux can be
left alone for decades.

Yes good point. Also the point Rubeus makes.

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