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Old July 24th, 2007, 9:53 pm
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Re: The friendship of Grindelwald and Dumbledore

Would their friendship have survived if Ariana's death hadn't taken place? If the whole incident of that fateful day hadn't taken place then yes their friendship would have continued till the day when another similar incident took place. I mean their friendship would never have been a life long one because of the ambitions of Grindelwald.

Would Dumbledore be a different man if their friendship had flourished?
He would have been like his young self till the day he would be friends with Grindelwald, once their friendship would have severed (which would have happened if it hadn't happened that day).

Did Grindelwald's defiance to Voldemort indicate an act of friendship to his lost friend, or just guilt?
It was more out of guilt.


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