Question: Why Didn’T The Basilisk Fang Kill Harry’S Horcrux?

Why did the basilisk fang not destroy the horcrux in Harry?

Rowling’s answer is simple enough.

Harry wasn’t destroyed by the Basilisk or its venom.

He came very close, but Fawkes’ tears healed him, and apparently that helped preserve the Horcrux.

Technically, the stone was cracked irreparably, so that ensures the Horcrux is destroyed..

Was Harry Potter bitten by the basilisk?

At the end of the second film, Harry Potter gets bitten by the Basilisk in the Chamber of Secrets, before being healed by Fawkes’s tears.

Why didn’t Harry die when Voldemort killed him as a baby?

Voldemort unwittingly makes himself a Horcrux for Harry, although it might not be called that, by taking his blood earlier. In taking Harry’s blood to regenerate himself, Voldemort ensures that Harry will not die if Voldemort kills him. The blood ties Harry to Voldemort’s life, therefore Harry will live.

Why didn’t Dumbledore tell Harry about the Deathly Hallows?

Dumbledore had to keep certain things hidden from Harry just in case Voldemort read his mind. He did not want Harry knowing that Snape brought the sword of Gryffindor for that reason, it is very likely that he did not want Harry knowing that he planed to have Snape kill him for the very same reason.

How did Hermione die?

On April 16, Riddle sets a mountain troll made immune to sunlight on Hermione to kill her. Harry and Fred and George Weasley come help her. … Voldemort and Harry revive Hermione using a dark ritual and the Philosopher’s Stone to repair her body and the True Patronus charm to spark her back to life.

Did Hermione know that Harry was a Horcrux?

Voldemort himself didn’t realize that Harry was a Horcrux either. Harry only figured it out based on Snape’s memories, so then he was able to be killed by Voldemort, yet still come back to life. … Hermione wouldn’t have figured it out until after Voldemort was defeated, and Harry told her and Ron the whole tale.