In the wizarding world, if a wizard or witch attempts to apparate and their head is the only body part at Point B?

What would happen? Would they have left most of their body behind? Will they have splinched their body? If they have, are they losing their heads? Are they killing themselves? If their head is at point B and the rest of the body is at Point A, are they decapitated? Is it possible to commit accidental suicide upon apparating? How heavy would a fine be for losing a body part but their head? Would they end up at St. Mungo's for that?

5 Answers

  • 2 months ago

    The next time you hold a conversation with a wizard ask them.

  • Andrew
    Lv 7
    2 months ago

    It's completely ridiculous to attempt to set parameters for the laws of a fictional universe. The answer is "Whatever the author says can or will happen, that's what can or will happen." The end. This is not asking about the melting point of copper - this is fiction, therefore, there is no definitive answer. Inconsistencies can be found in practically every created universe, why should that of wizards be any different? When the other person's most likely retort is "Because, magic", it's pretty difficult to refute anything really.

  • 2 months ago

    I don't think they would die but they would need to go to the hospital.

  • 2 months ago

    I bet that would kill them. You can’t live long without a head even if you were a wizard!

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