If you were J.K.R, what kind of ending of the battle would you have written?
If I were J.K.R, I would have written something like this:
Hary was very happy. The battle had ended without anyone except Voldemort dying. Actually what had happened was that in the starting of the battle the Death-Eaters, giants and the whole of Voldemort's army had joined the other side because they saw that the forces of the good side, were stronger the bad side's. So, they went and started helping the Order and the students of Hogwarts. Voldemort had been very angry with them and planned to kill Harry straight away, without killing any other people. Then in the end he would kill all his Death-Eaters and other creature's who left his side. He started looking for Harry. As soon as he found him he grinned malaciously to himself and put a powerful silencing charm on everybody except himself and Harry. After that, without saying anthing he pointed his wand at Harry, and Harry pointed his wand at Voldemort. A second or two later, Voldemort said, "Ready to die Potter?". "Oh, I won't be dying today, nobody will, nobody except you," Harry answered back. As soon as Harry finished saying "you," Voldemort shouted, "Avada-Kadavra!", at the same time Harry yelled, "Expeliarmus!" and the elder wand, which was in Voldemort's hand flew into Harry's hand instead of killing him because it couldn't kill it's master. And the next moment Voldemort was lying dead on the ground. Everyone yelled, shouted, celebrated and congratulated Harry. At last, Harry was able to sit alone with Ron, Hermione and Ginny. They hugged him and cheered. The most darkest, the most feared the most powerful wizard in the history of the wizarding comunity had been killed.
Edited by twila - 09 June 2012 at 1:20am