What was the point of giving Harry the Resurrection Stone?


  1. What was the point of giving Harry the Resurrection Stone?
  2. What happened to the stone after Harry dropped it?
  3. Why did they destroy the stone in Harry Potter?
  4. Why didn’t Harry use the Philosopher’s Stone?
  5. Why does Voldemort want the stone?
  6. Why couldn’t Harry bring back his parents?
  7. Why did Quirrell turn to ash?
  8. Why didnt they use a Time Turner to save Cedric?
  9. Why was Snape’s leg cut in the first movie?
  10. Why does Hermione have the time turner?
  11. Why doesn’t Hermione use the time turner again?

What was the point of giving Harry the Resurrection Stone?

Because Dumbledore knew that Harry was one of the horcruxes. He had to die, sacrifice himself in order to kill the horcrux inside him and needed the resurrection stone to return to finish Voldemort.

What happened to the stone after Harry dropped it?

The ring was destroyed in 1996 by Albus Dumbledore, but the stone was placed in Harry Potter’s first Golden Snitch until it passed into the possession of Harry Potter who used it to great success in the Second Wizarding War.

Why did they destroy the stone in Harry Potter?

After his failure, Voldemort correctly deduced that Dumbledore would destroy the stone to prevent it from falling into the wrong hands again. Voldemort had then given up on the stone and waited for another method to regenerate his body.

Why didn’t Harry use the Philosopher’s Stone?

Philosopher’s stone cannot revive it can only extend life or keep you alive even if you are an inch from death. As a matter of fact nothing can receive someone from death not even ressuruction stone as it only creates imprint of the living being. That’s why Harry didn’t use philosopher’s stone to revive them.

Why does Voldemort want the stone?

All the while, Lord Voldemort was determined to rise again. To do this, he would need a corporeal body. He realised that he would regain a physical body if he could drink the Elixir of Life produced by the Philosopher’s Stone. Voldemort then planned to steal the Stone in order to make the Elixir.

Why couldn’t Harry bring back his parents?

He knew that it would be utterly selfish and cruel of him to bring back any one of his dead loved ones. Thus, he accepted the death of his loved ones and let them go with knowledge that they were in much better place than the one they left.

Why did Quirrell turn to ash?

When Voldemort realised that the young man had a position at Hogwarts, he took immediate possession of Quirrell, who was incapable of resisting. Quirrell tried to put up feeble resistance on occasion, but Voldemort was far too strong for him. Quirrell is, in effect, turned into a temporary Horcrux by Voldemort.

Why didnt they use a Time Turner to save Cedric?

Originally Answered: Harry Potter Book 4: Goblet of Fire: Why was a time-turner not used to save Cedric Diggory’s life? It needs to be said, once and for all, that time turners cannot change the timeline. Time turners cannot bring back the dead. Time turners cannot change anything that has already happened.

Why was Snape’s leg cut in the first movie?

In the first movie the the scene of the troll you can see that snape has a bleeding leg, why? Snape was bitten by Fluffy the three headed dog. When Troll was released, he went to make sure that no one was after the stone as everyone was distracted by the troll. you could even watch the MOVIE and learn this.

Why does Hermione have the time turner?

Professor McGonagall gave the Time turner to Hermione, to help her attend many classes at once by using the time turner to go back in time. Since many classes Hermione took were at the same time, she couldn’t possibly attend them.

Why doesn’t Hermione use the time turner again?

Originally Answered: In Harry Potter, why didn’t Hermione or the other kids use the time turner more, after Book 3? Hermione’s schedule freed up after she dropped Muggle Studies and Divination, thus she no longer needed a Time Turner for her schedule and gave it back to the Ministry (who closely regulate their use).