The real reason behind Voldemort’s wand design in Harry Potter


According to a comment from a user PristineAnimator683, the reason being that the hook element on the handle of Voldemort’s wand is related to Ralph Fiennes, as he requested that the wand be designed this way. According to users, the actor wanted to move more “flexibly and snake-like” without dropping his wand in the process. Although Fiennes is never quoted as saying it has helped him become “more flexible and snake-like”, in a video interview with GQ, the actor confirmed that he asked for the extra hook, but more so that it wouldn’t fall off because he felt the wand should be an extension of his hand. Fiennes noted that he appreciated its lightness and that it helped throughout the film’s production.

Other users on the Reddit thread soon began offering possible and plausible reasons why a dark wizard might hook a wand in the Wizarding World to aid in the actor’s choice, with many suggesting It is suggested that it may be the prevention of disarmament and the spell of Expelliarmus. User quirx90 joked that they always wondered why wizards never strapped a Wii to their wand to keep it from flying away, but users Ritz527 was quick to say that given the way magic works in the Wizarding World, the strap could break at any moment. User barbeque_invader supported that claim, as they mentioned the spell itself literally “disarms” when in use, so “it can make the strap not work as if you forgot to use it .”

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