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Perfect Harry Potter Theory Fixes 1 Major Albus Dumbledore Plot Hole

It is important to place Fantastic Beasts: Dumbledore’s Secrets in the appropriate context. The film is set in 1932, when Dumbledore was already well known in the wizarding world, but long before his greatest accomplishments. Harry Potter cannon. Dumbledore pursues what he sees as past mistakes; As a teenager, Gellert met and fell in love with Grindelwald, not seeing how dangerous this man could be. The two became obsessed with the Deathly Hallows when Dumbledore came to share Grindelwald’s beliefs that he later began to consider the stupidity of youth. The two were so bonded to each other that they even created a blood pact so that neither could act against the other. The affair ended tragically when Albus’ brother, Aberforth, confronted him one fateful night, leading to a magical duel in which their sister, Ariana Dumbledore, was killed. Albus has always blamed himself and is characterized by deep self-hatred for his past mistakes.

Still fantastic beasts The films subtly suggested that Dumbledore’s self-hatred was unjustified. Throughout the trilogy, Grindelwald (Mads Mikkelsen) is obsessed with the Obscurials, beings of unprecedented magical power. So, given that Ariana and Albus Dumbledore’s niece, Credence, is as well, it seems rather suspicious that the Dumbledore family seems unusually prone to developing obscenity. This suggests that Grindelwald had his own agenda when he entered Albus’ world and manipulated Dumbledore to achieve his own ends. Grindelwald feels like he’s nursing the impressive young Dumbledore, a theory bolstered by the fact that they formed a blood pact. It’s very fitting, suggesting that Grindelwald knew his enthusiasm for shared visions of Dumbledore would wane, and he reassured himself against a future in which such a powerful wizard would be free to oppose him.

This reshapes Dumbledore’s history in a rather dark way, suggesting that he really should be considered one of Grindelwald’s first victims. Qilin sees all of this when he looks into Dumbledore’s heart; Burning regret and shame, pain and lasting grief. Knowing all of this, she tries to do Dumbledore a favor, acknowledging the inherent goodness that led Dumbledore to abandon Grindelwald’s dark philosophy and try to stand up to his ex despite the tragic blood pact.

Qilin presents Dumbledore with a choice

If this theory is correct, it feels like the Qilin offers Dumbledore a choice. He could accept the Qilin’s judgment and in doing so allow him to reframe his sense of identity. Transformed by the Qilin, he would become the ruler of the wizarding world at a crucial time in history when a champion was truly needed to lead it. Tragically, Dumbledore couldn’t accept this, because he was too aware of the error of the past and his self-hatred ran so deep. as described Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2Dumbledore never forgot his youth, his obsession with Grindelwald and the Deathly Hallows. He always blamed himself for Ariana’s death, as he confessed to Harry Potter (Daniel Radcliffe) in a mystical experience:Very young, I had proven that strength is my weakness and my charm.“In this way, Dumbledore could never trust himself, despite the Qilin’s foresighted decision. Dumbledore’s secrets.

As a result, Dumbledore chose a different life, rejecting the path the Qilin offered him. He stayed at Hogwarts and actually became one of the wizarding world’s greatest champions. He defeated Grindelwald, claimed and retained the dangerously powerful Elder Wand, and led a group he called the Order of the Phoenix in the war against Voldemort. However, with the film’s final scenes, it feels like it never quite lived up to it. Fantastic Beasts: Dumbledore’s Secrets To serve as a symbol of all of Albus Dumbledore’s relationships; he designed success for others, watched the play from afar, and walked away quietly not participating in the joy and celebration. During fantastic beasts In the movies, the Blood Pact’s presence forced Dumbledore to act from the shadows and skillfully manipulate events so the Blood Pact wouldn’t kill him. As a result, it became his habits, and he was a skilled manipulator when he taught Harry Potter.

If this theory is correct, then Qilin’s decision is in no way a plot hole, and rather than a sense of nobility as wizards believe, potential for nobility. It’s a much stronger message because it means a person doesn’t need to be defined by the mistakes of their past – but tragically, the to select must be defined by them. This is perhaps the biggest secret. Fantastic Beasts: Dumbledore’s Secrets “Albus Dumbledore could have lived a very different life, but he didn’t believe he deserved it.


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Perfect Harry Potter Theory Fixes 1 Major Albus Dumbledore Plot Hole

It’s important to place Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore in its proper context. The film is set in 1932, when Dumbledore was already well-known across the Wizarding World – but well before any of his greatest accomplishments in the Harry Potter canon. Dumbledore is haunted by what he sees as past mistakes; as a teenager, he met and fell in love with Gellert Grindelwald, failing to see how dangerous the man could be. The two became obsessed with the Deathly Hallows, with Dumbledore coming to share Grindelwald’s beliefs in what he later came to consider the folly of youth. So committed were the two to one another that they even created a Blood Pact so that neither could ever move against the other. Matters came to a tragic conclusion when Albus’ brother Aberforth confronted him one fateful night, leading to a magical duel in which their sister Ariana Dumbledore was killed. Albus would always blame himself, and he is characterized by a deep self-hatred for his past mistakes.
Yet the Fantastic Beasts films have subtly suggested Dumbledore’s self-hatred is unjustified. Throughout the trilogy, Grindelwald (Mads Mikkelsen) is obsessed with Obscurials, beings of unprecedented magical power. Therefore, it seems highly suspicious that the Dumbledore family appears to be unusually prone to developing Obscurials, given that Ariana was one, and so was Albus Dumbledore’s nephew Credence. This suggests Grindelwald had his own agenda when he entered Albus’ world and that he manipulated Dumbledore to achieve his own ends. It feels more as though Grindelwald groomed the young and impressionable Dumbledore, a theory reinforced by the fact they created a Blood Pact. This is far too convenient, suggesting Grindelwald knew Dumbledore’s enthusiasm for their shared vision would fade, and he secured himself against a future where such a powerful wizard would be free to oppose him.
This recasts Dumbledore’s story in quite a dark way, suggesting there is a sense in which he should really be seen as one of Grindelwald’s first victims. When the Qilin peers into Dumbledore’s heart, it sees all of this; the burning regret and shame, the pain and lingering heartbreak. Knowing these things, it attempts to give Dumbledore a gift by acknowledging the goodness that lies within him that led to him abandoning Grindelwald’s dark philosophy and striving to oppose his former lover despite their tragic Blood Pact.
The Qilin Offered Dumbledore A Choice

If this theory holds, then there is a sense in which the Qilin was offering Dumbledore a choice. He could accept the Qilin’s judgment and, in so doing, allow it to reframe his very sense of self-identity. Transformed by the qilin, he would have become the leader of the Wizarding World at a crucial time in history when it really needed a champion to lead it. Tragically, Dumbledore could not accept this, as he was too aware of the mistake of the past, and his self-hatred was too deep. As revealed in Harry Potter & the Deathly Hallows Part II, Dumbledore never forgot his youth, obsession with Grindelwald, and the Deathly Hallows. He always blamed himself for Ariana’s death, as he admitted to Harry Potter (Daniel Radcliffe) in a mystical experience, stating: “I had proven, as a very young man, that power was my weakness and my temptation.” In this way, Dumbledore could never trust himself, despite the Qilin’s prescient judgment in The Secrets of Dumbledore.
As a result, Dumbledore chose a different life, rejecting the path the Qilin offered him. He remained at Hogwarts and, in truth, still became one of the greatest champions of the Wizarding World. He defeated Grindelwald, claimed and kept the dangerously powerful Elder Wand, and led a group he called the Order of the Phoenix in the battle against Voldemort. But there is a sense in which he never truly lived, with the final scenes of Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore serving as symbolic of all Albus Dumbledore’s relationships; he engineered success for others, watched it play out from afar, and quietly slipped away without sharing in the joy and celebration. During the Fantastic Beasts films, the existence of the Blood Pact forced Dumbledore to act in the shadows, manipulating events subtly lest the Blood Pact kill him. As a result, these became his habits, and by the time he taught Harry Potter, he was a skilled manipulator.
If this theory is correct, then the Qilin’s judgment is no plot hole at all, and rather than sense nobility, as the wizards believed, it senses the potential for nobility. This is a far more powerful message, as it means a person does not need to be defined by the mistakes of their past – but, tragically, it also means a person can choose to be defined by them. Perhaps this is the greatest secret in Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore – that Albus Dumbledore could have lived a very different life but did not believe he deserved to do so.

#Perfect #Harry #Potter #Theory #Fixes #Major #Albus #Dumbledore #Plot #Hole

Perfect Harry Potter Theory Fixes 1 Major Albus Dumbledore Plot Hole

It’s important to place Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore in its proper context. The film is set in 1932, when Dumbledore was already well-known across the Wizarding World – but well before any of his greatest accomplishments in the Harry Potter canon. Dumbledore is haunted by what he sees as past mistakes; as a teenager, he met and fell in love with Gellert Grindelwald, failing to see how dangerous the man could be. The two became obsessed with the Deathly Hallows, with Dumbledore coming to share Grindelwald’s beliefs in what he later came to consider the folly of youth. So committed were the two to one another that they even created a Blood Pact so that neither could ever move against the other. Matters came to a tragic conclusion when Albus’ brother Aberforth confronted him one fateful night, leading to a magical duel in which their sister Ariana Dumbledore was killed. Albus would always blame himself, and he is characterized by a deep self-hatred for his past mistakes.
Yet the Fantastic Beasts films have subtly suggested Dumbledore’s self-hatred is unjustified. Throughout the trilogy, Grindelwald (Mads Mikkelsen) is obsessed with Obscurials, beings of unprecedented magical power. Therefore, it seems highly suspicious that the Dumbledore family appears to be unusually prone to developing Obscurials, given that Ariana was one, and so was Albus Dumbledore’s nephew Credence. This suggests Grindelwald had his own agenda when he entered Albus’ world and that he manipulated Dumbledore to achieve his own ends. It feels more as though Grindelwald groomed the young and impressionable Dumbledore, a theory reinforced by the fact they created a Blood Pact. This is far too convenient, suggesting Grindelwald knew Dumbledore’s enthusiasm for their shared vision would fade, and he secured himself against a future where such a powerful wizard would be free to oppose him.
This recasts Dumbledore’s story in quite a dark way, suggesting there is a sense in which he should really be seen as one of Grindelwald’s first victims. When the Qilin peers into Dumbledore’s heart, it sees all of this; the burning regret and shame, the pain and lingering heartbreak. Knowing these things, it attempts to give Dumbledore a gift by acknowledging the goodness that lies within him that led to him abandoning Grindelwald’s dark philosophy and striving to oppose his former lover despite their tragic Blood Pact.
The Qilin Offered Dumbledore A Choice

If this theory holds, then there is a sense in which the Qilin was offering Dumbledore a choice. He could accept the Qilin’s judgment and, in so doing, allow it to reframe his very sense of self-identity. Transformed by the qilin, he would have become the leader of the Wizarding World at a crucial time in history when it really needed a champion to lead it. Tragically, Dumbledore could not accept this, as he was too aware of the mistake of the past, and his self-hatred was too deep. As revealed in Harry Potter & the Deathly Hallows Part II, Dumbledore never forgot his youth, obsession with Grindelwald, and the Deathly Hallows. He always blamed himself for Ariana’s death, as he admitted to Harry Potter (Daniel Radcliffe) in a mystical experience, stating: “I had proven, as a very young man, that power was my weakness and my temptation.” In this way, Dumbledore could never trust himself, despite the Qilin’s prescient judgment in The Secrets of Dumbledore.
As a result, Dumbledore chose a different life, rejecting the path the Qilin offered him. He remained at Hogwarts and, in truth, still became one of the greatest champions of the Wizarding World. He defeated Grindelwald, claimed and kept the dangerously powerful Elder Wand, and led a group he called the Order of the Phoenix in the battle against Voldemort. But there is a sense in which he never truly lived, with the final scenes of Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore serving as symbolic of all Albus Dumbledore’s relationships; he engineered success for others, watched it play out from afar, and quietly slipped away without sharing in the joy and celebration. During the Fantastic Beasts films, the existence of the Blood Pact forced Dumbledore to act in the shadows, manipulating events subtly lest the Blood Pact kill him. As a result, these became his habits, and by the time he taught Harry Potter, he was a skilled manipulator.
If this theory is correct, then the Qilin’s judgment is no plot hole at all, and rather than sense nobility, as the wizards believed, it senses the potential for nobility. This is a far more powerful message, as it means a person does not need to be defined by the mistakes of their past – but, tragically, it also means a person can choose to be defined by them. Perhaps this is the greatest secret in Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore – that Albus Dumbledore could have lived a very different life but did not believe he deserved to do so.

#Perfect #Harry #Potter #Theory #Fixes #Major #Albus #Dumbledore #Plot #Hole


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