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Quiz: How Much Do You Know About Lord Voldemort, The Most Terrible Wizard In History

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Who was Lord Voldemort’s mother?

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The sad and lonely Merope Gaunt fell in love with a handsome Muggle named Tom Riddle, Voldemort’s father and namesake.
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Tom Riddle was a brilliant student, but his lust for power was eventually his undoing. After morphing into the monstrous Dark Lord Voldemort, he brought the Wizarding World to its knees before he was finally defeated by Harry Potter. We can all thank JK Rowling for creating one of the greatest villains of all time, but how much do you really know about him? Do you think you’re a true Potter Superfan? Then test your knowledge with this quiz on He Who Must Not Be Named.


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