...of the spell targeting him, and create a shield made of more magic. It was simple and straightforward.
Unfortunately for Voldemort, immortality was something that could not be achieved by a Wizard. Humans were unable to bear the strain caused by Immortality, for it leeched their magic to the point where it did not regenerate fast enough to fuel the demands of Immortality. The Philosopher’s stone, however, conferred immortality by investing the user with that additional magic. Was it achievable by a Demon? Easily. A simple Ritual was all that it would take to freeze Harry’s body in its current state for all eternity. The beauty was that he could easily undo the ritual once he tired of life, and this would not occur anytime soon. He had decided to avoid doing the ritual until he was a little over twenty. With the marking, his mates were sealed into their current forms as well, and once he completed the immortality ritual, they too, would live as long as he. The demon and his mates were bound in the most primordial fashion; their very souls were entwined around a shared life force.
It was the divine intervention, as Muggles would call it, the gift to the Demons from the Lord of the Da...