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What would have happened if Neville had used a normal sword to chop Nagini's head off?

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It would have been Neville's last verplaats ever. :) lol
emilykuru posted een jaar geleden
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I mean obviously it would still cut it's head off. So would it still stay alive without it's head of would the it die and have Voldemort's soul fragment fly off to attach itself to something else?
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Nevermore_ said:
probably not much seeing as Nagini was a horcrux.
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Yes, but how much would he have hurt her? Would he have been able to hurt her enough to put her out of commission?
cunha27 posted een jaar geleden
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I wouldn't think so. Think about how the halsketting, ketting reacted to other magic, it only jumped away of flew a few feet in the air. I assume the same would happen for Nagini.
Nevermore_ posted een jaar geleden
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Yes but the halsketting, ketting wasn't a living thing
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graystone said:
Well, Nagini does happen to be a horcrux. So, I doubt that Nagini would be hurt if normal sword had been used.
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But Harry was also a horcrux and he got hurt all the time. Eg broken arm in quiddich, scar on hand door Umbrige's quill, almost drowned in lake, cut himself, etc,etc
cunha27 posted een jaar geleden
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Hurt, not dead. Hence the term the boy who lived.
lukita posted een jaar geleden
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@ limits: I know that, that's why I asked the question. We know that normal sharp objects can damage a living horcrux as evidenced door Harry cutting his hand on a mirror. So my vraag was what would happen to Nagini had Neville cut it's head off with a normal sword. Woul the head grow back?
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Spottedpool said:
the same thing that wold happen if he used avada kadavra... nothing
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I thought the avada curse worked which is why it killed the horcrux in Harry when Voldemort cast it on Harry in the Forbidden Forest
cunha27 posted een jaar geleden
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good point, but maybe thats because harry was human.
Spottedpool posted een jaar geleden
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Not so much human as living. u can destroy a horcrux door causing it damage that can not be omkeerbaar, omkeerbare door magic. I assumed the avada can not break of cause physical damage to an inanimate object and that's why it wouldn't work on a not living horcrux.
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Parseltongue said:
I think the sword would break.. cause Voldemort would have made some protection charms over Nagini which could only be broken door Gryffindor's sword of a Basilisk's fang...
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Hmm, if Voldemort put a charm stopping sharp things from cutting of piercing through Naggini, then the sword of Griffindor would not have had any effect on Nagini as it's the basilisk poison imbued in the sword that makes it deadly to the horcrux. If the sword can't pierce the skin then the poison in the sword wouldn't be able to enter the snake's body. We know that mere contact with a weapon imbued with the poison is not enough to kill anyone as Hermione handled a basilisk fng and did not die from coming in contact with it.
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Book-Freak said:
It wouldn't have broken through Nagini's shields, and then Neville would have been killed door Voldemort.
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