Evil Harry Potter. (I'm sure someone will explain why this is impossible. Also, I guess this could be taken in two ways: (1) This is what actually happened in t
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Evil Harry Potter

Evil Harry Potter. (I'm sure someone will explain why this is impossible. Also, I guess this could be taken in two ways: (1) This is what actually happened in t

(I'm sure someone will explain why this is impossible. Also, I guess this could be taken in two ways: (1) This is what actually happened in the book and the remaining Harry is actually Voldemort disguised as Harry, biding his time and molesting Ginny Weasley (seriously though... awesome sequel potential); (2) This is what could have happened in the book but did in fact not happen.) oc, I think.

What if, when Voldemort "killed" Harry, it was
actually Harry who died and only the horcrux
that survived?
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#7 - footballjon (11/01/2013) [-]
and thats why he ****** his best friend's sister.
Voldemort's ultimate revenge.
#6 - John Cena (11/01/2013) [-]
Voldemort screwed Ginny!!!!
#8 to #6 - John Cena (11/01/2013) [-]
best porno ever
User avatar #1 - thetellerofstories (10/31/2013) [-]
Then Neville Would become the chosen one, read the books
User avatar #9 to #1 - davidispissed ONLINE (11/01/2013) [-]
then in the end neville has to destroy Harry, luke skywalker style, by freeing the trapped soul and laying Harry to rest finally.
#18 - John Cena (11/01/2013) [-]
What if harry was systematically abused as he grew up, no one seems to give a **** even when evidence had/should have arose. Had a ******** of responsibility shoved on him while the general publish alternate between worshiping and hating him constantly, and yet was inexplicably did not have any kind of emotional breakdown.
User avatar #14 - dancokacole (11/01/2013) [-]
Because the horcrux depends on the life and structure of what contains it. Meaning if the vessel so to say takes too much damage the horcrux dies out. This means in theory, if we treated Harry as an inanimate horcrux such as Tom Riddle's Diary ((P.S all inanimate objects that are a horcrux are technically alive, since they contain Voldemort's soul, which is why when you damage them you are really killing them)) then in theory you could cut off Harry's limbs such as his legs then arms until the Horcrux inside him dies even if he is alive. So what I am trying to say is that the Horcrux appears to be less durable than an actual soul, because magic isn't perfect meaning the spell works the same on everything it is cast on, a book, ring, human. This means what could be considered a killing blow to a horcrux could be overcame by a human, because that same blow would make a book considered dead, cutting a leg off a person transferred to a book could be considered ripping off the hard shell cover or something. The horcrux would always die before Harry or with Harry. The reason why Harry lived though is because the Horcrux (Which would lay over Harry's life first, since it can't replace it) took the force needed to kill it and that small bit left hit Harry, meaning he didn't get hit by the full lethality of the spell. This is also how Harry survived Voldemort the first time, his mother put part of her life into Harry through dying while loving him and seeking to protect him as many people did, - which is why they also come to visit him when he is casting powerful draining spells, because they come to help offer their life into his power and his spells get stronger with more souls projecting into it- But anyway, by putting love into someone and willing their safety through your death a spell is sort of cast on death to send part of your magic/soul to them to help them.
User avatar #15 to #14 - dancokacole (11/01/2013) [-]
Sort of like power-ups waiting to be tapped.
User avatar #16 to #15 - beren (11/01/2013) [-]
I guess that makes sense. But I would also say it seems to depend on a very loose interpretation of "life," considering a book is never "alive" in any common sense of the term. Really, a dead human body has as much life as a book.
User avatar #17 to #16 - dancokacole (11/01/2013) [-]
Well, it has life in the sense of containing a soul. This is evident through Tom Riddle/Voldemort's direct conversations to Harry. It was the Diary communicating with him because it was manifested with his soul/life/magic. That is the same as us communicating in a sense. We are a corpse until we have that inside us (This is the Wizard universe I am talking about to be clear, not applicable to real life views or opinions)
User avatar #2 - sptnfouroneseven (11/01/2013) [-]
Then Voldermort wouldn't have been able to be killed because a part of his soul that he himself still split off still remained. And that part of the soul wouldn't have any sort of reason to kill himself.
User avatar #3 to #2 - beren (11/01/2013) [-]
Unless it was part of the plan the entire time. Fake life as Harry, infiltrate the wizarding world from the inside, become Minister of Magic, and essentially pull an Emperor Palpatine. Think about it: Imperius curse high-ranking officials unsuspectingly and woo everybody else since you killed the most terrible wizard in recent memory. Sith takeover: achieved.
#13 to #3 - John Cena (11/01/2013) [-]
and he controls all the death hallows
seems like voldy had it all figured out, he knew dumbledore would never let him become master of death.... so he thought three steps ahead and forced dumbles to create the most perfect candidate for immortality. Some sleight of hand later, everyone thinks hes dead but really he gets everything
#4 to #3 - John Cena (11/01/2013) [-]
"part of the plan" does not change how a horcrux works, man
User avatar #5 to #4 - beren (11/01/2013) [-]
What are you getting at, man? There's no rule about one part of Voldemort killing another. Heck, it happened in the real story in this exact situation. The embodied Voldemort supposedly kills his horcrux-self within Harry which is why "Harry" survives. So horcruxed-Harry can kill the embodied Voldemort, and he has a reason to do it.
User avatar #11 to #5 - PrismaLowell (11/01/2013) [-]
If the surviving Harry is a horcrux, then why isn't he able to speak to snakes anymore? He was only able to do that because he had a sliver of Voldemort's soul inside of him.
User avatar #12 to #11 - beren (11/01/2013) [-]
Um.. He was faking not being able to speak to them? I guess? You could pull it off.
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