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Marauders Appreciation Week [2/7] - One Death Eater

To the Dark Lord,

I know I will be dead long before you read this but I want you to know that it was I who discovered your secret. I have stolen the real Horcrux and intend to destroy it as soon as I can. I face death in the hope that when you meet your match you will be mortal once more.

R.A.B.

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museumheists:

moriartythetease:

I JUST HAD A HORRIBLE THOUGHT.

So people can’t see thestrals unless they’ve seen someone die, correct?

Well, what if one summer Remus accidentally got loose during the full moon but Remus thought it was alright and he didn’t hurt anyone because they had been in the middle of a forest area.

And then he goes back to Hogwarts and the first thing he asks is why they’ve started using horses to pull the carriages.

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backinthefield:

marauders4evr:


“And Harry, with the unerring skill of the Seeker, caught the wand in his free hand as Voldemort fell backward, arms splayed, the slit pupils of the scarlet eyes rolling upward. Tom Riddle hit the floor with a mundane finality, his body feeble and shrunken, the white hands empty, the snakelike face vacant and unknowing. Voldemort was dead.”

You see, this is how it should have been. I wish that this wasn’t just a behind-the-scene photo. I wish that it had happened like this. Exactly like in the book. Voldemort died like anyone else. And it’s amazing how in the book, J.K. Rowling actually used his name. He was humanized in death. And I wish that they had shown that, instead of showing him do an imitation of the Corpse Bride:

Because it’s really important:
Tom Riddle was humanized in death.

It wasn’t that Tom Riddle was humanized in death, it was that, in the end, he was every bit as mortal as everyone else. For all his fear-mongering, awesome magical power, and evil nature, Tom Riddle was fallible, and he died just like anyone else. He wasn’t so special, after all. And that was very fucking powerful in the narrative.

backinthefield:

marauders4evr:

“And Harry, with the unerring skill of the Seeker, caught the wand in his free hand as Voldemort fell backward, arms splayed, the slit pupils of the scarlet eyes rolling upward. Tom Riddle hit the floor with a mundane finality, his body feeble and shrunken, the white hands empty, the snakelike face vacant and unknowing. Voldemort was dead.”

You see, this is how it should have been. I wish that this wasn’t just a behind-the-scene photo. I wish that it had happened like this. Exactly like in the book. Voldemort died like anyone else. And it’s amazing how in the book, J.K. Rowling actually used his name. He was humanized in death. And I wish that they had shown that, instead of showing him do an imitation of the Corpse Bride:

Because it’s really important:

Tom Riddle was humanized in death.

It wasn’t that Tom Riddle was humanized in death, it was that, in the end, he was every bit as mortal as everyone else. For all his fear-mongering, awesome magical power, and evil nature, Tom Riddle was fallible, and he died just like anyone else. He wasn’t so special, after all. And that was very fucking powerful in the narrative.

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austenchanted:

I don’t think you’re an idiot at all. I mean, there are elements of the ridiculous about you. Your mother’s pretty interesting. And you really are an appallingly bad public speaker. And, um, you tend to let whatever’s in your head come out of your mouth without much consideration of the consequences…But the thing is, um, what I’m trying to say, very inarticulately, is that, um…in fact, perhaps despite appearances, I like you, very much.

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