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Old July 26th, 2007, 11:59 am
Tiamatrix  Undisclosed.gif Tiamatrix is offline
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Re: The friendship of Grindelwald and Dumbledore

Did Grindelwald's defiance to Voldemort indicate an act of friendship to his lost friend, or just guilt?
I don't think it was either. I think it was defiance of Voldemort himself, and didn't really have anything to do with Dumbledore or any sort of guilt feeling.

We really don't have much to go on, but Grindelwald seems like a very strong personality. The wand boosted his power. And the Elder wand attracts the sort of person who would kill to get that kind of power, and ultimately would do anything for power. I think he still saw the wand as his and didn't want to give it up to anyone, Voldemort especially.

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