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  • noun (Norse mythology) an enormous wolf that was fathered by Loki and that killed Odin


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  • Big map | Google Earth KML | OpenStreetMap fenrir (updated 12 minutes ago) lat: 44.9267, long: -93.405282 - azkenak fenrir 2010

  • OH but wait they made up for it by the burrow getting randomly attacked by fenrir greyback and bellatrix lestrange which makes no sense at all … Idk just big plot holes with the memories and the horocruxes playing a minor role in this film when it should have been the focal point. but oh well i guess i’ll just have to pray for the next 2 too be better ….

    “Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince” is worst of the series » Scene-Stealers 2009


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