• Voldemort

  • Grindelwald

89% 25 votes
11% 3 votes
  • Because he looks weird

  • Overall, Voldemort was the more powerful, successful villain. He was definitely more evil than Grindelwald, and much more feared. He took control of the whole of the ministry of magic and switched around laws and ways of living to what suited him.

  • he nose

  • If this is based in 1945, then Gellert would have been the winnder over Voldemort. Reasons include: 1) Voldemort terrorized Britain, Gellert assaulted Europe. 2) Voldemort left after a short battle with Dumbledore, Gellert went THREE HOURS against Dumbledore and it was proclaimed the greatest wizarding duel of all time. 3) If this is based in 1945, then Gellert would have been a serious threat to Voldemort. Reasons include: 1) Voldemort terrorized Britain, Gellert assaulted Europe. 2) Voldemort left after a short battle with Dumbledore, Gellert went THREE HOURS against Dumbledore and it was proclaimed the greatest wizarding duel of all time. 3) Gellert was more sociopathic and had CONTROL over the Elder Wand, Voldemort NEVER truly had control of it.

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