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He could travel withour wand or human body. The Dark Lord didn’t need a wand or a human body to travel. When he’s first ripped from his body, the Dark Lord’s incorporeal form appears in the Potters’ house next to Harry’s crib, and he decides he must hide himself far from the house. He successfully left the Potters’ house though that point, he was unable to ...


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Basically the wand had never sworn allegiance to him: Dumbledore owns the wand. He was killed by Snape, so Voldemort thought the wand belonged to Snape. Voldemort kills Snape, and assumes the wand is now his. MEANWHILE: Dumbledore owns the wand. Draco Malfoy disarms Dumbledore and Dumbledore is thus defeated; the wand changes its allegiance to Malfoy....


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While not specifying exactly what could be done to Voldemort in his spirit form, there are at least two passages that indicate that something could have been done against him. In Chapter Thirty-Three of Goblet of Fire Voldemort tells the Death Eaters the following: "Only one power remained to me. I could possess the bodies of others. But I dared not go ...


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