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the last horcrux

Last Horcrux(Snape Helps harry to die)
Read this first!!! This is my view of what could happen in Harry Potter book 7. This has never happened in the books or the movies, so read the plot before watching if you want to understand! THE PLOT OF THE VIDEO: Harry turns 17 and leaves the Dursleys. He wants to destroy all horcruxes and kill Snape, whom he holds responsible for Dumbledore's death. Harry finds Snape and attacks him, but Snape disarms him easily. Snape then confronts him with the truth about Dumbledore's death, for which Harry himself is partly responsible. When Harry finally accepts the truth, he breaks down and cries. Harry and Snape forgive each other and make a plan to destroy the remaining horcruxes and kill Voldemort together. In the end there's only Voldemort himself left and the last horcrux, the snake Nagini. Snape dresses up as a deatheater and pretends to bring Harry as a gift to Voldemort. Voldemort starts to torture Harry and turns his back to Snape. Snape kills Voldemort and Harry eliminates the last horcrux, the snake. To his horror Harry then realises that his scar still burns. The scar IS A HORCRUX waiting to take over Harry from the inside! Harry begs Snape to kill him, but Snape refuses. He says there might be a better way: He has a special potion, a poision that will stop Harrys heart. If Harry takes the poision and dies, the horcrux will leave and Snape can then give Harry the antidote and try to resuscitate him. This way Harry will at least have a small chance to survive. Harry drinks the poison and begins to hallucinate. When Hermione and Ron arrives, he has already stopped breathing...
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  gie — Page created: 20 January 2007  |  Last modified: 21 January 2007
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seedstar says:   20 January 2007   825238  
Wow! This is pretty cool!
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loved it!

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