- Why did Voldemort want to kill the Potters in the first place?
- Why did Voldemort pick the Potters?
- Why was Voldemort obsessed with the Potters?
- Why did Voldemort not kill Harry Potter?
- Why is Voldemort’s nose weird?
- Did Voldemort choose the chosen one?
Why did Voldemort want to kill the Potters in the first place?
Voldemort wanted to kill Harry and his family because of the prophecy. This was the prophecy from the 5th book which made Voldemort think that Harry was the one who would remove him from power (as he was then).
Why did Voldemort pick the Potters?
Voldemort wanted to kill Harry Potter because of a prophecy. Voldemort wanted to kill Harry Potter because of a prophecy. Dumbledore was searching for a Divination teacher, Sybil Trelawney had applied for the post.
Why was Voldemort obsessed with the Potters?
Voldemort chose to go after Harry Potter when he was a baby to get rid of this obstacle, but obviously it backfired. Voldemort was obsessed with Harry because the prophecy told Voldemort that Harry had the powers to kill him.
Why did Voldemort not kill Harry Potter?
Voldemort was not able to kill Harry because Harry was the true master of the Elder Wand. So, therefore, Harry survived. Instead, Voldemort unknowingly made himself more vulnerable by trying to kill Harry since instead, he destroyed the Horcrux inside Harry. And this is all Voldemort’s own doing.
Why is Voldemort’s nose weird?
Actually Voldemort does have a nose. It’s described as flat with two slits for nostrils. The reason for this is because as he created the horcruxes, he was damaging his soul beyond repair and it affected his appearance. He was becoming more and more snakelike In his physical features.
Did Voldemort choose the chosen one?
Voldemort’s reaction As Snape was apprehended by Aberforth Dumbledore before the full prophecy could be made, only part of the prophecy was reported to Voldemort. However, Voldemort chose Harry as his target, who was, like himself, a half-blood, rather than the pure-blooded boy named Neville.