If you happen to have a look at online resources of other folks attempting to tally precisely who killed whom in the “Harry Potter” motion pictures, you’ll be able to to find that many lovers consider Neville Longbottom (Matthew Lewis) succeeded in killing the the general public — much more than Voldemort, no less than on-screen. That is on account of the bridge assault scene in “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Section 2.”
About 50 mins into the general installment of the movie collection, a horde of loads, possibly even 1000’s of Voldemort supporters check out to assault Hogwarts fort by means of the wood strolling bridge that lies prime over the Scottish loch on which the varsity is positioned. When a number of of those enemies crumble, the others notice Hogwarts’ defenses are running and prevent to wait.
In different places, Voldemort makes use of the Elder Wand to destroy into the varsity’s enchantments, and bits of magical particles fall the place the Snatchers stand. Scabior (Nick Moran), their chief, briefly discovers he can get via and all of the crowd surges ahead towards the bridge, the place handiest Neville is status guard. Neville directs his wand’s energy on the bridge, which has been rigged to explode by way of Seamus Finnegan (Devon Murray) — who arguably, may be blamed for the following massacre. The spell brings the bridge down as all the ones Voldemort supporters surge ahead, probably to their deaths into the water under.
On the different finish, the place Ginny and the others watch for phrase, Neville crawls up onto the stroll and says, “That went smartly.” It is unclear how many Voldemort supporters died on this unmarried tournament, nevertheless it used to be obviously one of the crucial harmful scenes in all of the movie franchise. So far as named characters move, despite the fact that, Neville’s frame depend comprises simply Scabior and Nagini, the snake-turned-Horcrux, that he killed at Harry’s route when going through Voldemort.
So assuming all of the ones other folks died at the bridge, and also you go the blame from Seamus to Neville, then Neville has much more on-screen deaths than Voldemort.