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Voldemort's wand is a yew and phoenix feather wand. The phoenix feather in the center of Voldemort's wand is from Fawkes (Prof. Dumbledore's pet) the same phoenix who donated another feather for the center of Harry Potter' wand. J.K. Rowling has said that she chose yew for Voldemort because it is poisonous, and symbolilzes death.

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Harry's wand has a phoenix feather at the core, the same as Lord Voldemort. The feather was taken from Fawkes, Dumbledore's bird. He only ever gave two feathers, and they made their way into harry's and Voldemort's wands.

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Harry uses his own wand to duel Voldemort until the final battle at the end of Book 7, the Deathly Hallows. Harry's original wand was 11 inches long, made of Holly, with a Phoenix Feather core (from Dumbledore's Phoenix, Fawkes, who also gave a feather to Tom Riddle's wand). In the final battle in Book 7, Harry uses Draco Malfoy's wand, because his original Phoenix wand was broken in half earlier in the book by Hermione (on accident). Draco's wand was 10 inches long, made of Hawthorn, with a Unicorn Hair core.

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Ron Weasley uses several wands throughout the series. He starts off with his older brother Charlie's former wand. This was a 12'', ash wood and unicorn tail wand. Ron broke this when the flying car crashed into the Whomping Willow.

For his third year, Ron gets a new wand that is 14'', willow wood and a unicorn tail. He looses this in 1998 when it is taken by a snatcher.

Ron then steals and uses Peter Pettigrew's wand which was 9 1/4'', chestnut wood and dragon heartstring.

Presumably, after the wizarding war Ron got a new wand more suited for him.

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Hagrid’s wand was eighteen inches and made from oak. The core material is not mentioned. After his wand was snapped in half upon expulsion from Hogwarts, Hagrid hid the pieces in his umbrella and continues to use them on occasion.

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His wand is made out of holly wood,the core is phoenix feather and the size is 11 inches

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JK Rowling never disclosed what kind of wand Snape had. In the films, his wand his black and shiny, with a decorated handle.

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Since his duel with Grindelwald, Dumbledore had the Elder wand, the first Hallow out of three.

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he has no wand b/c he was expelled from hogwarts so he uses an umbrella

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It is an 11 inch wand made of holly and has a core of a Phoenix feather.

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What spell killed Harry Potter?

Avada Kedavra is essentially the death spell in the series.It is one of the Unforgivable Curses. Harry And Voldemort are the only people known to survive it. Voldemort used it to kill both of Harry's parents.


Why is the elder wand harry's?

All right, so remember how Draco disarmed Dumbledore at the end of the sixth book? That means that Draco would be the master, but then Harry disarmed Draco later. Even though it wasn't the Elder Wand Draco had, Harry became the master because of that. That's how most interpert it anyway. Harry defeats Draco Malfoy who had disarmed Dumbledore. That made him the owner of the Elder Wand and when Voldemort tried to use it against Harry, it wouldn't kill it's true owner. i think it was all planned out by dumbledore! Actually when Draco dis-armed Dumbledore in The half Blood Prince, at the end right before Dumbledore was killed, the elder wand would then work for Draco, Then in the Deathly hallows when Harry dis-armed Draco that allowed him to be able to use the elder wand but he doesn't get the chance to use it until the end of the Deathly Hallows. Voldemort takes the wand off Dumbledore but that isn't enough to make it work for him because Harry is truly the owner. So when voldemort tries to kill Harry it wont kill him because he is the owner so it rebounds on voldemort therefore killing him!


What wand in Harry Potter have blackthorn wood?

Ron Weasley stole a blackthorn wand from a snatcher. He later let Harry Potter use it until he could get another wand.


What spell does harry potter use to get his broom?

In the graveyard Voldemort threw a couple of spells Harry's way. He started with Cruciatus curse (physical torture) and followed up with an Imperius curse (enables total control over the other person's actions). Harry cast Expelliarmus(disarming). At the same time Voldemort cast Avada Kedavra(killing curse). In the very first book we learned that Voldemort and Harry had wand cores from the same source. This source was Dumbledore's phoenix, Fawkes. This made the wands "brothers" and they would not destroy each other's owners. Instead of the spells being cast, a magical effect (not a spell) called Priori Incantatem occurred. The two wands were connected by a golden beam of energy with a bead flowing in the beam. It basically came down to a battle of wills pushing the bead through the beam. When Harry was able to will the bead to Voldemort's wand, it caused his past spells to start spilling from his wand. Since the last several spells Voldemort had cast successfully were murder, ghost-like echoes of his victims burst out. Voldemort was taken aback just long enough for Harry to reach Cedric's body and the portkey for an escape.


Which spell does MALFOY use to cast a snake in the duel in Harry Potter?

In the film and the book it is Serpensortia.

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Whose wand did Lord Voldemort use to attack Harry Potter in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows?

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Does Voldemort get the elder wand?

Yes he does posses it but never is the owner of it. It is confusing but I will explain from when Dumbledore has it. OK Dumbledore has the wand and is it's master. Draco disarms him and because of it unknowingly becomes the owner of the wand. Voldemort steals the wand from Dumbledore's grave but because he is not the true owner it does not work for him. Voldemort believes because Snape killed Dumbledore he is the owner of the wand so kills Snape. Harry wrestles Draco's wand from him and physically overpowers him becoming the new owner of the Elder wand (due to Draco's defeat) Then Harry and Voldemort face off, Voldemort with the Elder wand that Harry masters so Harry wins. So Voldemort Physically has the wand but never masters it so it works as normally as any other wand for him.


Did nevill kill voldermourt?

Well, in the movie, Neville destroyed one of the horcruxes, Nagini, which was Voldemorts snake, which made Voldemort mortal again. But since the elder wand, which was the wand that Voldemort was using when he was dueling with Harry, belonged to Harry since in the sixth book Draco disarmed Dumbledore but in the seventh movie part 2, Harry disarmed Draco in the room of requirement, so the elder wand became Harrys. Therefore, when Voldemort tried to use the unforgivable curse, Avada Kedavra, on Harry it backfired on him because Harry was the owner of the wand therefore any curse used against him with that wand would not work and would backfire to the person holding his wand. So, Voldemort ended up killing himself but Harry sort of helped because the wand belonged to him and the spell rebounded off of him. So Neville didnt kill Voldemort but helped in the process of doing it.


Why did voldermor's wand backfire?

It was Ron's wand in the second book, when Lockhart tried to use it. In the final battle, Voldemort's curse bounded back on himself, because it collided with Harry's spell.


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Does Harry Potter ever get his wand fixed?

Yes, Harry used the elder wand to repair his own holly and phoenix feather wand. He then had the elder wand returned to Dumbledore's grave so that when Harry died a natural death, he would be the wands last true master and nobody would be able to use it.


Why did Harry Potter take Draco Malfoy's wand?

Lord Voldemort was using the Elder wand which belonged to Albus Dumbledore until Draco Malfoy disarmed him shortly before his death. This meant that Draco became the master of the Elder wand - but nobody except Dumbledore knew that. The wand was then buried with Dumbledore until Voldemort stole it from his grave and began using it, although it never worked properly for him. Shortly afterwards, Harry was captured and taken to Malfoy Manor. During their escape he grabbed a handful of wands from Draco Malfoy and rightfully became the master of those. Since one of those wands was Draco's, Harry became the master of the Elder wand. Something he also wasn't aware of. Lord Voldemort than incorrectly assumed that Snape, being the one to kill Dumbledore, was the wands master and killed him. He only found out after he had destroyed the Horcrux inside Harry and was in the final showdown with him. There Harry revealed that Draco was the master and that Snape had arranged to kill Dumbledore with the headmaster himself. Voldemort didn't believe him and tried to use the wand against Harry anyway. The wand then recognised his owner, refused to be used against him and flew towards him - leaving Voldemort unable to defend himself from his own rebounding killing curse.


Does harry ever kill Voldemort?

Yes, Harry destroyed Voldemort at the end of the seventh book, The Deathly Hallows. How did he do it? He stunned Draco Malfoy and took Malfoy's wand, pointed it at Voldemort and yelled the killing curse. Why didn't he use his own wand? His had broken in an escape of Bathilda Bagshot's home, and Malfoy is a Death Eater, making his more powerful. Note: Not exactly, but something remotely like this.