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Skip to content Free download. Book file PDF easily for everyone and every device. This Book have some digital formats such us :paperbook, ebook, kindle, epub, fb2 and another formats. He is making overtures to potential allies giants, for example but staying in the shadows. Becoming Transnational? The Scandal of Susan Sontag. If he didn't recognise the importance of getting a new wand then why capture Ollivander in book 6 rather than book 7? And if he did then why didn't he capture him during book 5 to give himself more of a head start? TheDarkLord - Good question.
I think if we look at the timeline it makes sense, though. In book five, Voldemort is staying undercover, consolidating his power. He is making overtures to potential allies giants, for example but staying in the shadows.
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Note that all the disappearances and murders only start after Voldemort is revealed: Amelia Bones, Karkaroff, Ollivander. He knows something is up with his wand, sure, but he is not ready to reveal himself by moving against Ollivander. Also, he has pinned his hopes on the prophecy, which ultimately failed.
contconpereren.ga Only then did he kidnap Ollivander. I think you're right. If you add that point then I'll accept. He assumed he could work around it by using a different wand. Radhil Radhil Good point that the 'wand conflict' led him to look for the Elder Wand. But if you're looking for a new wand after the Priori Incantatem why not go after the most powerful wand straight away? Sounds like the sort of thing Voldemort would be drawn to if he was looking for a new wand.
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