How many times did Harry Potter escape Lord Voldemort?
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Harry escaped Lord Voldemort a total of nine times.
He defeated Voldemort multiple times.
In the Harry Potter video games, Harry confronts Voldemort many times. Which edition of the the series are you talking about?
The Harry Potter prophecy can be found on pg. 841 of Harry Potter and the order of the phoenix and basically says that a child will be born at the end of July to parents who defeated lord voldemort 3 times, voldemort will mark that child as his equal, but the child will have a power that voldemort doesn't, and "And either must die at the hand of the other for neither can live while… Read More
Yes. Harry did it several times and that is how he eventually ended up killing Voldemort.
No, Tom Riddle is Lord Voldemort who hated Harry enough to try and kill him several times.
James and Lily Potter never actually come alive again. The only times it looked like they came back to life were in Harry Potter and the Goblet Of Fire when all the people Voldemort killed began giving Harry encouragement to get away from Voldemort and take Cedric and in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows when Harry is using the resurrection stone.
Because nobody killed him yet. Voldemort tried many times, but he had no luck.
I think it's wether 2 or 3 times. The first time is when Voldemort want to kill Harry when he was 1 year old. Second time was when Voldemort killed Cedric Diggory. Third time was when Voldemort tried to kill Harry in Deathly Hallow part 2 .
Harry Potter defeated Lord Voldemort a total of four times. The first was when he was a baby, the second and third when he prevented his return in first and second year and the final time in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. He also prevented him from getting the prophecy in his fifth year.
No. James and Lily Potter worked for the Order of the Phoenix during this time they defied Lord Voldemort three times.
Expelliarmus (disarming charm) because it has saved his life several times and resulted in the defeat of Voldemort.
No, because Lord Voldemort chose Harry Potter instead of him. Voldemort could have chosen either because the prophesy said (and this is paraphrasing) that the chosen one shall be born to parents who have defied him (Voldemort) three times.
Harry Potter manages to survive in the last installment of the series,The Deathly Hollows, because when Lord Voldemort "kills him", he actually kills his own soul he put into Harry the night Lily and James Potter died. So he,given the choice, comesback from the "dead" and decides to finish Voldemort once and for all. Plus there are many other times, when he doesn't die, so the question should be more specific.
Harry Potter is born July 31, 1980 in Godrics Hallow, England. Lord Voldemort hears of a prophecy that a boy born at the end of July will have special powers over the Dark Lord, and Voldemort sets out to find them. Harry and his parents are protected by the Fidelius Charm, and Sirius Black as their secret keeper. Sirius switches in an attempt to throw off Voldemort, and gives the job to Peter Pettigrew, but… Read More
Yes 9 times because Lord Voldemort had seven Horcruxes of his soul which were: The Diary. Marvolo Gaunt's Ring. Salazar Slytherin's Locket. Helga Hufflepuff's Cup. Rowena Ravenclaw's Diadem. Harry Potter (unknown to Voldemort until after he had destroyed it). Nagini the Snake. He died a bit when each of these was destroyed. He also retained part of his soul inside him (8) which died when he fought Harry at at the end of the story… Read More
When Harry Potter was a baby, he survived because Lily died for her son and love is a very powerful form of magic. Lord Voldemort, who never understood love, failed to realise this and tried to kill Harry anyway - resulting in the spell backfiring. Harry survived in his first year once again because of this love. Quirrel could not touch him when Lord Voldemort was sharing his soul. He escaped the graveyard because their… Read More
The words 'Harry Potter' are said 967 times in Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone.
He did but when he was a baby, Voldemort killed his mum and dad whilst they were trying to protect Harry. After that he tried to kill Harry but it backfired on himself and thats why Harry has the thunderbolt scar on his head which causes him great pain when Voldermort is around or gaining power. Throughout the series Harry has many flashbacks of that moment and learns the truth about what happened. He also… Read More
Lord Voldemort tried to kill Harry Potter because Snape heard Trelawney's prophecy that said that a boy born on the last day of July whose parents had escaped him three times would have the power to kill him (Dumbledore also heard this prophecy) but Snape didn't hear all of it. When he told Voldemort, there were two boys who fit this description - Harry Potter and Neville Longbottom. Either of these could have been the… Read More
Voldemort tried to kill Harry many times, however it didn't exactly work out for him. When Voldemort tried to kill him for the first time he didn't succeed because Lily died to save Harry yet Voldemort did not understand this and still sent the killing curse towards Harry which of course back fired and destroyed Voldemort's body as well as the Potter's house. Voldemort didn't die because he had created six horcruxes which stored parts… Read More
Lots of things, including almost being killed numerous times. Harry and friends save him. His parents go against Voldemort at the end. Malfoy gets married and has a son named Scorpius. He survives.
Well the outcome of all the books is that after 7 years of actually finding out how his mother and father dies, that he actually gets justice. Throughout the books and years harry potter learns more about his parents killer; Lord Voldemort, who throughout all the books attemps to kill harry several times. Harry Potter eventually is free from Lord Voldemort after destroying him. Harry then grows up to become head of the Auror's office… Read More
The Harry Potter books at times may be violent to some. However Harry is not a violent character.
Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince is about a sixteen-year-old boy named Harry Potter, who is a wizard attending Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry with his classmates. Harry believes that one of them, a boy named Draco Malfoy, has become a Death Eater, a servant of an evil wizard called Lord Voldemort. However, Harry has no proof, and therefore watches Malfoy all year for signs that his theory is correct. Harry is also suspicious… Read More
They come in different sizes and weights... it depends not only on the specific edition, but also on the specific Harry Potter book. Harry Potter 5 is about 3 times as large as Harry Potter 1.
The Harry Potter Exhibition is currently at Discovery Times Square.
The Harry Potter books have been banned in various places at various times.
In the prophecy, it said "The Dark Lord will mark him as his equal." Sure Neville's parents defied Voldemort three times and Neville was born in July but Neville was a Pureblood. Voldemort is Halfblood just like Harry. So he goes after Harry to "mark him as his equal". Hope this helps
1. Gryffindor vs. Slytherin 2. Good Versus Evil, the Harry Potter Way 3. My Fiend Voldy 4. which Came First, the Lion or the Snake? Sorry, if you can't find what you wanted here. I'm just putting it out there,I'm 11!+ I've read the books 3 times. P.S. look up 'fiend' if you have to.
Umbridge siad it to Hermione when she was about to use Crucio on Harry in Harry Potter and the Order of the Pheonix
Harry survied death twice.
He didn't have one. Trust me I have read the Harry Potter books almost 3 times each!
There are almost 3,500 pages in the Harry Potter series. They are spread out in seven different books. The tone changes many times throughout the series. Tone describes the attitude or feel of the story. Some examples of this would be: Harry fighting Voldemort in the graveyard: Dark and tense Harry bringing back Cedric's body: Dark and desperate Harry kissing Cho Chang: Light and romantic Escaping the Death Eaters at the world cup: Chaotic The… Read More
Harry is used 2,783 times in the Half-Blood Prince.
Harry is mentioned (though not necessarily by name) 18,956 times in the series.
Yes, in fact, when Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone was first published, The New York Times had to create separate bestselling lists because Harry Potter was hogging the spotlight.
J.K. Rowling has stated several times that she is finished with Harry Potter and will not write another book.
Harry Potter has about 5 times the number of internet hits, so I'd say he's more famous.
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Childrens Fantasy/Adveneture about a young boy who is a wizard and attends Howarts school of Witchcraft and Wizardry. It is the story of Harry Potter, a orphaned teenager boy who discovers the magical world of Hogwarts school of witchcraft and wizardry, makes many-many friends, bravely faces situations anyone never would even in their dreams, and in the final battle defeats his nemesis, Voldemort the darkest wizard of all times.
His real name is Tom Marvolo Riddle Tom Marvolo Riddle is an Anagram of I AM LORD VOLDEMORT I think he is called voldemort because of these reasons: the name anagram Voldermort means flight of death The horcruxes he made which keep him alive till there all destroyed makes him trying to cheat death okay now try this..! Say bumbling, babbling, baboons 5 times really fast (from harry potter y4 professor mcgonagol)
Different methods. Expelliarmus was quite useful more than one times.
Are there any concrete plan for the author of the Harry Potter series to write more now that the final Harry Potter movie has been released?
J.K. Rowling has stated numerous times that she will not write another Harry Potter book. She is working on other projects which she states will not have anything to do with fantasy as she doesn't want to borrow too much from Harry Potter.
'Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone' was never rejected. It is only called that in the USA, by which point it had already been published in other countries. The book was titled (and still isl) 'Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone' when it was rejected. It was rejected twelve times before Bloomsbury Publishing decided to publish it.
He has faced Voldemort 4 times including the books (except the one when he was one-year-old). The first time it was in the room where Harry obtained the sorcerers stone (HP1). The second time was in the chamber of secrets (HP2). The third time was in a graveyard where Voldemorts dad was buried (HP4). The fourth time was in the Ministry (HP5). The fifth time was when he and Hagrid was traveling on the flying… Read More
Harry Potter used all three of the deathly hallows during his life. Harry was given the invisibility cloak in the first book and used it multiple times throughout the series. He used the resurrection stone when he was walking through the forest to be killed by Lord Voldemort. He dropped the stone and never went back to retrieve it, making it lost forever. He only used the elder wand to repair his own wand afterwards… Read More
Harry Potter was rejected a total of nine times. It's safe to say that many of those agents are now kicking themselves.
The Lord of the Rings and Harry Potter are two completely unrelated series, written by different authors and released at different times.
About 10 times. - Minerva Macgonagal
its okay it can get a little bit boring at times though :)