I Live near you! i go to whitewater, but live in cedarburg. i’m giving this a thumbs up on stumble.
i went to school at uwgb. woot.
I’m sorry “TOM” is not a horocrux.
I’m sorry but “TOM” is not a horcux. Your whole chart is off because of this. I do give you props for remembering that Harry is sort of a horcux because a piece of Voldemort’s soul was placed inside of Harry when he fails to complete the killing. But harry does not fully count as a horcux because the spell was never completed by Voldemort.
@janwrites Tom isn’t a horcrux… he’s Tom
It’s a chart of Voldemort’s soul, and there is still a portion of Tom in there
Thank you Jake for not being a dumbass, it’s clear that’s the bit of Tom left in him.
Nagini was made AFTER Harry? When does it say that?
Nagini was made into a Horcrux only after Voldemort was able to secure a body; hence after the 4th book. The murder of Bertha Jorkins was used in the process.
And anyone complaining about how Harry “wasn’t a true Horcrux” and what not didn’t pay attention. He absolutely WAS a Horcrux. As Dumbledore explains, Voldemort’s soul was so fragmented and weakened that the normal process for creating Horcuxes didn’t have to be performed that night; a piece simply ripped itself from Voldemort’s soul and attached itself to the only living thing in the are (Harry). He is, by definition, a Horcrux.
the chart is not off dumb ass because it is a chart of his soul and Tom still has some of his soul and Harry had part of Toms soul in him so get your facts right before saying something that makes you look stupid
I’m a uwec kid. Weird seeing local (ish) people on the internet.
You forgot the ring
You mean where it says “25% Ring”?
“Tom” isn’t a horcrux, but this is a diagram of his soul. Voldemort’s body still has a piece of his soul in it, so this diagram is accurate.
Wasn’t the ring the first horcrux though?
This chart accounts for 99.7% of Voldemort’s soul.
.3% still exists somewhere! Shit!
(And what if that .3% is somehow making more horcruxes, further dividing itself into smaller and smaller percentages (.15% and .075% and .0375%, etc.)? Couldn’t it be argued that this process could continue for forever?? Requiring several more seven-book series chronicling Harry, and his sons, and his son’s sons’ eternal battle to destroy Voldemort’s soul???)
Ah, rounding errors. The very darkest art.
I’m thinking yes. Otherwise interesting breakdown.