Why is there a quote about the Elder Wand at the top of this page? That quote doesn't even mention Snape's wand.Icecreamdif 22:52, July 23, 2011 (UTC)
Actually, why is the entire history section of this page about the allegiance of the Elder wand, with almost nothing about Snape's wand. The two wands aren't even remotely related.Icecreamdif 22:54, July 23, 2011 (UTC)
Voldemort won this wand?
- Voldemort had Nagini kill Snape to become master of the Elder Wand (or so he thought, anyway, in reality Snape was not master of the wand and yadda yadda you've read the book). Therefore, it is not unreasonable to assume that he became master of Snape's wand upon Snape's death. Everything we know about wand loyalty assumes this is the case. Note that it is not listed as concrete fact, but as something possible. -- 1337star (talk) 22:53, November 8, 2011 (UTC)
- If that was the case, then we'd have to add Lord Voldemort to as a master to every single wand page of a person he murdered. If what you say is true, he could've won both of Harry's parent's wands when he murdered them and all the other wizard/witches wands that he murdered. I don't think you become the master of a wand by simply killing someone unless you kill them in an intense duel. Botton line, I highly doubt Voldemort won Snape's wand when he killed him, so it needs to be taken off this page. Wizard211 03:53, November 9, 2011 (UTC)