Why Didn’t Quirrel Use the Killing Curse on Harry?
The question that plagues most people is why didn’t Quirrel use the killing curse on Harry. The answer is that he has too many plans, such as dealing with Bellatrix while Harry is catatonic. However, Quirrel wouldn’t be able to do this if there’s a prohibition against re-merging intelligences. This would make it impossible for him to re-merge with Harry’s dark side.
Quirrelmort’s three-level play
The first time the player enters a game, they must decide whether they want to play the game with the Trio or not. If you choose the latter, you will have to decide which Allegiance you want to show in your game. Both ways are equally valid, and both options can be played in the same game. The Assassin of Avalon and the Lady of the Lake have similar effects on Quirrelmort. The latter can change the outcome of the game if Snape deduces his identity, but the former does not.
Why Voldemort’s animagu escaped from Azkaban and was never used on Harry is unclear, but the character’s personality may have played a role. Voldemort, for example, invented the flying spell in Book 7. At the time, this was an impossible magical feat, but now it’s a reality. Animagus have many advantages over wands, including stealth and magic without a wand. While Voldemort was not as cruel as Grindelwald, Harry’s atrocities were not as terrible as Hitler.
Quirrel’s plan to protect himself
Doreen Green, a lovable squirrel, is a superhero and has girl powers. She was born as a cartoon character, but has since earned the nickname Unbeatable Squirrel Girl. She has fought the likes of Ultron, Galactus, and the clone of herself. Moreover, she is the only one to have defeated Thanos.
While Harry’s death may be the most important event in the series, Quirrel’s motivation may be more mysterious than the Death Eaters’. His alleged motives for killing Harry could include strengthening him and taking advantage of his weaknesses. It’s possible that Quirrel’s animagus may have had some involvement in Harry’s death. However, it’s unlikely to explain the circumstances surrounding Harry’s birth.
Quirrel’s Fatal Flaw
The fatal flaw of Quirrel didn’t kill Harry, but it made Harry feel like he was more dangerous than anyone else in the room. His death curse is the easiest solution to a dangerous creature, but it limits Harry’s options and makes him feel displaced and useless. His death curse also gives Harry an excuse to try to do good. While this is not an optimal solution, it works in the book.
Quirrel’s plan to protect Sirius
The first clue to Quirrel’s plan to protect himself is the Horcruxed probe. It’s possible that Quirrel’s fascination with the stars is a way to kill time. He already has Horcruxed times, as well as a time-traveling Horcruxed probe. A Star Light spell could also be part of his plan. However, this plan may be too escapist for Quirrel.
Sirius’ plan to protect himself
It’s always good to have a plan, and Sirius Black is no different. After all, he’s one of the smartest people in the family. However, his home life is still a secret. It’s unclear when he came to be born, but he was a gifted actor before he became a famous wizard. Sirius’ mother gave him a horrific ultimatum.
Jessica Watson is a PHD holder from the University of Washington. She studied behavior and interaction between squirrels and has presented her research in several wildlife conferences including TWS Annual Conference in Winnipeg.