The Goblet Of Fire’s Harry vs Voldemort Duel Could Be Avoided With Simple Trick
Or could it?
We all remember Harry's first encounter with Voldemort. After the process of the Dark Lord boiling in his cauldron was finally over and he took on his famous noseless appearance, he thought he could destroy his main enemy, Harry Potter, right on the spot.
However, Harry used everything he learned in his classes at Hogwarts and proved to be a worthy opponent to He Who Must Not Be Named himself. Which, it should be noted, is strange, since the Golden Trio apparently missed too many classes wandering through the woods with spiders or fighting a troll in the ladies' room.
During the duel, the light rays from Harry and Voldemort's wands collided and the battle stalled for quite a while. One of the fans suggested a way out of the situation that was actually on the surface all this time. However, if this trick had been used, the franchise would have ended with the Goblet of Fire.
This obvious trick is the second wand. One of the duelists could have a second wand in his pocket and cast a spell at his opponent right in the middle of the duel. This would disorient one of the two and the battle would be over immediately.
While this seems like a logical way out, other fans have questioned it.
In all the movies and books, we have never seen anyone use two wands at once. Because we saw Harry using three wands at once. In the Deathly Hallows book, Harry snatched three wands from Draco's hands and, pointing them all at Greyback, shouted, "Stupefy!". As a result, the poor werewolf, under the influence of three spells at once, had an unforgettable and pretty painful experience.
While this proves that using multiple wands at once is possible, it most likely requires casting only one spell. Therefore, during the duel with Voldemort, the Dark Lord's attack was unexpected, so even if Harry had a second wand, he simply would not have had time to pull it out immediately.
Probably it was simply impossible to think of two spells at the same time.
Fans noted that if such a trick was possible, then who but Albus Dumbledore could use two wands at the same time? He was one of the most powerful wizards in the world, and if he can't do it, it's probably impossible for everyone else.