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Who Really Killed Arianna Dumbledore



Who really killed Arianna Dumbledore? As we all know, Ariana’s death was the result of a 3 way duel between Albus Dumbledore, Aberforth Dumbledore and Gellert Grindelwald. One of the spells from one of the 3 struck Ariana directly, killing her. It was never confirmed who’s wand delivered the killing blow and was latter revealed that Albus, out of everyone, feared discovering that dreaded outcome the most. In todays video I’m going to be digging into wizarding history, going back to that fateful day to analyse and hopefully correctly predict who it was that unintentionally ended Ariana’s life.

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  1. No….. this isn't even a theory. Gellert got the wand AFTER that summer because at that point Gellert and Albus were planning to collect the Hallows together

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  2. I honestly don’t think that Dumbledore has changed, because he always thought about the “greater good”, he always cared about goals, he decided that it’s ok if Harry dies, as long as Voldemort gets killed. It’s kind off selfish isn’t it? He was okay with the fact that a person who trusted and loved him, gets killed. Harry was really close to Dumbledore and he was kind off like a father to him but a Dumbledore still was okay with this persons death.

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  3. I honestly don’t think that Dumbledore has changed, because he always thought about the “greater good”, he always cared about goals, he decided that it’s ok if Harry dies, as long as Voldemort gets killed. It’s kind off selfish isn’t it? He was okay with the fact that a person who trusted and loved him, gets killed. Harry was really close to Dumbledore and he was kind off like a father to him but a Dumbledore still was okay with this persons death.

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  4. I honestly don’t think that Dumbledore has changed, because he always thought about the “greater good”, he always cared about goals, he decided that it’s ok if Harry dies, as long as Voldemort gets killed. It’s kind off selfish isn’t it? He was okay with the fact that a person who trusted and loved him, gets killed. Harry was really close to Dumbledore and he was kind off like a father to him but a Dumbledore still was okay with this persons death.

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  5. Poor girl….she could've lived out her life, if only the muggle boys didnt attack her. The duel might not have happened, but then again, Albus may have not repented if the duel might not have happened.

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  6. I think it’s true that dumbledore killed Ariana but I don’t want it to be because dumbledore was such a nice man when he was older it was hard to believe what he did when he was young

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  7. So, there's a lot of debate on whether or not fantastic beasts are canon. Obviously Rowling had directed it, so this would point to it indeed being canon, however, there are a lot of loose ends between fantastic beasts and the books that would point to fantastic beasts merely being a story told from an outsiders perspective and through several different stories and eyewitness accounts. As we all know, eye witnesses in court cases aren't extremely valued, unless more than 2 people are saying the same exact thing happened. What im getting at here, is Dumbledore himself when talking to harry in one of the later books, before and after his death, still claimed that he did not know who ended arianas life and did not wish to know. I dont believe he was lying, he never bluntly lied to Harry, only refused to speak on things he did not wish to tell the truth about. I don't know about this blood pact, I do not think its canon and is merely speculation and otherwise misleading (and most importantly not brought up at all in any of the books). According to Rowling, Dumbledore loved Grindelwald, and this is why he did not directly stop him in the decade of his reign. A side point to this, as stated by Dumbledore, is that he did not wish to know who killed his sister and was another reason he didn't stop him, but this point was never really addressed further. Since this is all speculation anyway until we get word from Rowling as to who definitely did or did not kill Ariana, personally i think that Ariana used ancient and uncontrolled magic to blast them apart and draw all spells towards her, like a magnet. I think they all killed her, and that all three spells hit her simultaneously. If not that, i believe it was Grindelwald because its stated she blasted him first, then her brothers (i think) so it would make sense that his spell would have been redirected and also hit her first. I truly believe that Dumbledore knows it wasnt him (at least not solely him) that killed her, otherwise he would undoubtedly be consumed by grief and depression and may very well have become a shell of his former self and a hermit or potentially commit suicide- as would any normal persons reaction be upon finding out they killed one of their siblings.

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  8. Does this mean, that Grindelwald is really powerful and skillful that he was able to have hold of the elder wand against its real owner for hours all together which means he was powerful than Voldemort who didn't lost long as the elder wand presented itself before Harry!

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  9. I think your theory is sound but I think it was aberforth who inadvertently killed Ariana. The elder wand still wouldn't work for Gridewald when dueled albus all those years later for the same reason you think it was albus who killed her. Gridewald still wasn't the master of the elder wand so when he fought albus it acted no different than any other wand would have which still would have resulted in albus winning the duel

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  10. Love this theory! Personally, I think that Grindlewald killed Ariana because of the blood pact. I think that, since Gellert entered the blood pact through deceiving Albus, the pact only protected Albus. That being said, I think that a spell cast by Gellert was aimed to kill Albus, but the blood pact basically shoved the spell over to someone else (Ariana).

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  11. it mkes sense in every way but what gets me, is why would Grindlewald das-apparate soon after she was killed, did he know that he wasn''t the master of the wand and wanted to keep it as long as he could, or did he think that he had killed her and didn't want both Dumbledore's coming after him?

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  12. Actually all of them are responsible for Ariana's death. They did engage in the duel after all. Ariana's condition was also a contributing factor.

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