¿Quié crees que SI debió morir?

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¿Quié crees que SI debió morir?

Mensajepor Lady of the Nazgul » 04 Sep 2008 21:15

será libre porque se puede elegir cualquier personaje de toda la saga de HP ^^ así que ¿ para vos... quién debió morir?
¿A dónde van los sueños que no podemos cumplir?

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Mensajepor MEROPE_POTTER » 06 Sep 2008 22:52

[font=Verdana]Para mi, debio morir el condenado duende que los embauco en la camara de los Malfoy!! AHHHHH!! Como odio al condenadooooo!! Lo odio tanto que ni recuerdo su nombre....

El debio morir y JAMAS Dobby!! El los salvo a todos.. Y despues de que le salvaron la vida quiso robarlos y dejarlos mal... LO ODIOOOOOO!!
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Mensajepor rocio » 07 Sep 2008 08:45

yo creo que Giny debio morir en lugar de Fred!!!!!.....porque Fred y no Giny!!!...... :cry2: :cry2: :cry2:
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Mensajepor o0_EleKtraTemPuS_0o » 08 Sep 2008 11:18

Ginny por insoportable. Y debieron de morir Potter y Voldemort, por lo menos ese final me habría gustado más.
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Mensajepor Anne Mole » 08 Sep 2008 13:17

Yoo creo que Potter tambien debio morir (es que me cae mal) y pff nadie mal

Quien no debio morir? Fred y la oreja de George (llore un monton con la escena en el que le cortan la oreja a George) :cry2: (y cuando murio Voldemort tambien llore)
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Mensajepor mdyblack » 11 Sep 2008 03:09

Ginny esta claro esa niña es insoportable la puedo cambiar por fred?...

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Quieres ser... mi amante nocturno? (Un vampiro también tiene sentimientos aunque algunos más divertidos que otros...)
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La apuesta de Pansy: (Acabado) http://hpwbespanol.foros.ws/viewtopic.php?t=160
Dos one-shot acabados (no HP):
Hilos de Sangre:http://www.forosharrypotter.com/t5046/hilos-de-sangre/
Ríos de agua: http://www.forosharrypotter.com/t5263/rios-de-agua/
Sobrevive: http://www.forosharrypotter.com/t5786/sobrevive/0/

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Mensajepor Luthien Lestrange » 11 Sep 2008 05:27

para mi si debió morir San Potter, es decir ¿por qué Voldemort y no él? es injusto! muerte a Potter! xD
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Mensajepor _Flor_ » 12 Sep 2008 00:36

para mi si debió morir San Potter, es decir ¿por qué Voldemort y no él? es injusto! muerte a Potter! xD


[shadow=Dimgray]Yo también hubiera preferido que muriera Potter, pero aún así era de esperarse que Rowling no lo mataría ya que es el protagonista de la historia, ¿has visto, acaso, en algún libro, película u obra, que el protagonista haya muerto -aunque sea heroícamente-? :hmmm: [/shadow]
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Mensajepor Anne Mole » 13 Sep 2008 15:15

en romeo y julieta...se mueren los dos :lol: y en hamlet :lol: y en casi todas las tragedias de shakespeare...U.u y en dorian grey (y seguro que hay mas libros pero no me acuerdo ahora)
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Mensajepor Luthien Lestrange » 13 Sep 2008 21:58

Es verdad lo que dijo Anne, u.u pero bueno, así escribió Jo el último libro u.u[/b]
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Mensajepor MEROPE_POTTER » 17 Sep 2008 01:56

[font=Verdana]A mi me parecio un final muy conmovedor y apoyo la idea de que Potter haya vivido.. En realidad me gusta asi porque si Rowling quiere puede seguir las historias a raiz de sus hijos...

Muerte a Ginny... Ella si debio morir y no Fred.. Tambien debieron morir Filch y Carbbe o Goyle en vez de Lupin y Tonks... Harry comenzo huerfano y termino igual?? No se.. Eso me decepciono un poco...
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Mensajepor pattytonks » 17 Sep 2008 16:51

De verdad son fans??
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Mensajepor Luthien Lestrange » 20 Sep 2008 20:38

¿y por qué la pregunta Patty?


y sí, muerte a Ginny!!! :smile2:
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Mensajepor pattytonks » 21 Sep 2008 01:45

[font=Century Gothic]jajajaja porque quieren que se muriera Harry!! a mi si me gusto el final, y Ginny no me termino de convencer nunca, a Fred no lo hubiera matado, mejor a Percy...[/font]
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Ah, y olvidaba a Potter. Creo que ya sí.[/hide]
[center][font=Tahoma]Muchos de los más antiguos árboles genealógicos enferman un poco con el tiempo.
Debemos podar el nuestro para que siga sano, cortar esas partes que amenazan la salud de las demás.
Cortaremos el cáncer que nos infecta hasta que sólo quedemos los de sangre verdadera...
~ El Señor de las Tinieblas. ~
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