- Who actually killed Voldemort?
- Why did Voldemort die when the snake was killed?
- Why did Voldemort disintegrate?
- Why did Harry Potter have to kill Voldemort?
- What happens after Harry Potter kills Voldemort?
NevilleFinally it is Neville who kills Voldemort in the films, as Harry and Voldemort duel Neville kills the snake and before the colliding magic ends Voldemort already starts to flake, Harry then hits him with a disarm spell, but not a killing curse, so Voldemort’s death is triggered by Neville killing the snake, making him
Voldemort was enraged when Nagini was beheaded by Neville Longbottom with Godric Gryffindor’s Sword, and he attempted to kill him in retaliation. Nagini was the last Horcrux to be destroyed, and her death led to Voldemort’s final defeat and death.
At the end of the final duel between Voldemort and Harry Potter, Voldy dies, simply, like a human. And they drag Voldemort ‘s ugly, dead body out of the Great Hall so they can celebrate his defeat. The movie maker, in his idiocy, wanted a dramatic, over-the-top ending duel, and he has Voldemort disintegrate.
The prophecy was correct.So even if the whole wizarding world turned against Voldemort he would always somehowe survive until he would finnaly face Harry. Just after that could he been killed by someone else. It was all because of the Prophecy that Harry must kill Voldemort or vice versa.
After the death of Voldemort, Harry returned the Elder Wand to Dumbledore’s tomb, kept the Cloak of Invisibility, and left the Resurrection Stone where he dropped it in the Forbidden Forest. After the war ended, Harry went on to become an Auror, married Ginny Weasley, and started a family.