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==Behind the scenes==
 
==Behind the scenes==
*It is not specified if all souls of the dead pass through Limbo before moving on, or if Harry's visit there was due to the unique circumstances that tethered both Voldemort and himself to life.
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* It is not specified if all souls of the dead pass through Limbo before moving on, or if Harry's visit there was due to the unique circumstances that tethered both Voldemort and himself to life.
*When [[Graham Montague]] was trapped in the broken [[Vanishing Cabinet]], he was described as being in limbo. However, that term does not refer to this place, but rather being stuck between [[Hogwarts Castle]] and [[Borgin and Burkes]], unable to pass into either.
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* When [[Graham Montague]] was trapped in the broken [[Vanishing Cabinet]], he was described as being in limbo. However, that term does not refer to this place, but rather being stuck between [[Hogwarts Castle]] and [[Borgin and Burkes]], unable to pass into either.
*In ''[[Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2]]'', Harry wakes up in Limbo in his clothes (different clothes, however, to the ones he was wearing in the [[Forbidden Forest]]) rather than being naked like in the book. This was likely done for censorship reasons.
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* In ''[[Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2]]'', Harry wakes up in Limbo in his clothes (different clothes, however, to the ones he was wearing in the [[Forbidden Forest]]) rather than being naked like in the book. This was likely done for censorship reasons.
*It is unknown if the [[Horcrux|mangled]] form of Voldemort's soul was a standard fate that all Horcrux creators (such as [[Herpo the Foul]]) were given at death, or it was unique in Voldemort's case, given the nature of his many crimes over his lifetime and the creation of more Horcruxes than anyone else.
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* It is unknown if the [[Horcrux|mangled]] form of Voldemort's soul was a standard fate that all Horcrux creators (such as [[Herpo the Foul]]) were given at death, or it was unique in Voldemort's case, given the nature of his many crimes over his lifetime and the creation of more Horcruxes than anyone else.
*In ''[[Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2]]'', Voldemort's soul in Limbo greatly resembles the [[Rudimentary body potion|rudimentary body]] that Voldemort used during [[Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (film)|the film version of ''Goblet of Fire'']]. Whether this is a coincidence or intentional on the filmmakers' part is unknown.
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* In ''[[Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2]]'', Voldemort's soul in Limbo greatly resembles the [[Rudimentary body potion|rudimentary body]] that Voldemort used during [[Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (film)|the film version of ''Goblet of Fire'']]. Whether this is a coincidence or intentional on the filmmakers' part is unknown. Though based on the description in the fourth and seventh novels, the appearance of Voldemort's stunned form does match.
   
 
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==Appearances==

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