Lord Voldemort (born Tom Marvolo Riddle) is a fictional character and the central
antagonist in .... Voldemort does not appear in the third book, Harry Potter and
the Prisoner of Azkaban, either in ...
Tom Marvolo Riddle (31 December, 1926 – 2 May, 1998), later and better known
... by Albus Dumbledore that Merope discontinued her use of love potions on
Tom, ... Since the Muggle orphanage staff did not know anything about his
Browse through popular tom riddle stories and books; or write your own. ... Too
late does she realize that he is more dangerous than anyone could have .
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... Love. All of this was before he was feared by many, before he was known as ...
Too late does she realize that he is more dangerous than anyone could have .
Merope might have proven a positive influence on Tom Riddle had she lived to
bring him up herself. ... Muggle boy into wedlock is unclear but Dumbledore
suspects a love potion rather than the Imperius Curse. ... Luckily for Harry, he did
Tom Marvolo Riddle did love once. Only once. Follow my twisting tale of a life as
it happened. Starting from day one. (Completed)
Tom Riddle and Minerva McGonagall, as Hogwarts students, explore their
deepest ... Tom Marvolo Riddle had one love in his life--a passionate girl with
fiery red hair. .... "For what does it profit a man, to gain the world, and lose his soul
Jun 7, 2013 ... Azure McKan was never a normal girl. Tom Riddle couldn't be considered as
normal either. So when the Gods put them together and drama, ...
Jun 17, 2014 ... He did not love anyone, and did not care to be loved. ... He is often described as
being irresistibly handsome as Tom Riddle, and he is sure to ...
This question is difficult to answer because, except where physical evidence of
sex is present .... However we musn't forget that Tom Riddle at Hogwarts was
popular, brilliant, charismatic, intelligent and handsome. ... JKR said that
Dumbledore was gay and in love with Grindewald and also that Grindewald used