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#61 - raynagrimm
Reply +81
(01/30/2013) [-]
#10 death is a fixed point in time
#10 death is a fixed point in time
#71 to #61 - malhaloc ONLINE
Reply +1
(01/30/2013) [-]
But they saved the hippogryph
#78 to #71 - abcdxyz
Reply +4
(01/30/2013) [-]
The hippogryph was saved the first time as well. If you remember the second time the executioner used the axe to cut a pumpkin, that is what Ron, Harry, and Hermoine saw the first time around, not him actually kill Buckbeak. They just saw the axe raise up and go down
#277 to #78 - anon
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(01/31/2013) [-]
yeah, he was saved the first time by harry and hermione with the time turner.. so how isnt it possible that they saved everyone else with the time turner, so like when they see someone die they see them like fall down and dissapear or somethign, not die.. basically its ********.
#345 to #277 - hillbillypowpow
Reply 0
(01/31/2013) [-]
because it didn't die, they just thought it did. Other people are ACTUALLY dead
#312 to #277 - abcdxyz
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(01/31/2013) [-]
It would be a bit far fetched to save everyone like that, think space time continuum. If you go back in time and kill hitler before he rises to power, you have to make a note to the future you to go back and kill this now seemingly random guy. In the Harry Potter universe if you go back in time to kill voldemort you have to do the same thing. It would work, but you have to be willing to follow random notes that claim to be from the future (I'm assuming that for some reason you don't want to run into your current self or change other parts of the past)
#72 to #71 - raynagrimm
Reply +6
(01/30/2013) [-]
oops i forgot about that, you make a good point
#67 to #61 - ivoryhammer
Reply +8
(01/30/2013) [-]
You're a fixed point in time