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Until The Very End Tattoo

“Until the very end” is a quote from Deathly Hallows. Harry’s walking to his death and uses the Resurrection Stone to bring back the people who meant the most to him. When he asks if they’ll stay with him, James replies, “Until the very end.”

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The Deathly Hallows symbol is a simple representation of the Deathly Hallows artifacts: the Elder Wand, the resurrection stone and the invisibility cloak. The symbol consists of triangle, with a circle inside it. A straight line bisects the circle and the top of the triangle.

The triangle represents the cloak; the circle represents the resurrection stone; and the straight line represents the Elder Wand.

. The brothers are skilled wizards who unite their powers to cross a river, where Death usually claims victims. Death schemes to trick them by offering each a gift. The eldest brother asks for an unbeatable wand, the second brother asks for the power to raise the dead, and the final brother asks for an invisibility cloak. Death claims the first two brothers, but the youngest brother lives until he is ready to take off the cloak and reveal himself to Death.

The Hallows united would supposedly make the person who owns them the master of Death itself. The myth, as Hermione reads it in Beedle the Bard, has a basis in fact. The three Peverell brothers, according to Dumbledore, were exceedingly talented magicians who created the objects themselves.

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The King:
This is the piece the whole game revolves around and represents our deeper self, the divine spark within us. And yet, it is the least powerful piece in terms of ability to move about the board. It can only take one step at a time, though it can travel squarely or triangularly.
The Queen:
This is the most powerful piece on the board having unlimited movement in any of the eight directions. She is the power of Nature, reflecting the light of the King, possessing unlimited potential.

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Why a chess piece?

If someone likes tattoos and want one to symbolize their love for chess with a chess piece then here are the usual answers:

  1. King – the boss
  2. Queen – Most powerful piece (female favorite)
  3. Knight – lots of nice reasons ranging from linking the word ‘knight’ with gallantry, higher rank soldier to its agile unconventional moves. And who wouldn’t like to rock a horse head to symbolise action, speed and agility?
  4. Bishop- usually has connections with the Christian religion and faith.
  5. Rook- usually solid, dependable may have connections with the word ‘castle’
  6. Pawn- ‘Pawns are the soul of chess’ -Phildor. This is usually linked with either the idea of potential or a group. It is very much rarer to symbolize lowliness.