The Dead are (in order as near as I can remember it): Harry's Owl, Mad-Eye Mooney, Wormtail, Dobby the House Elf, Fred Weasley, Bellatrix Lestrange, Severus Snape, Remus Lupin, Nymphadora Tonks, and Tom Riddle. JK Rowling said Arthur Weasley is the one who was supposed to die but got the reprieve (dammit - I called him!). Turns are Severus Snape (good), Percy Weasley (good), and Kreacher the House Elf (good). I left Wormtail, the Malfoys and the Durselys as tweeners, so no points but also no deductions for calling their face/heel turns.
And the winner is.....
Alex, for correctly calling Voldemort, Snape, Bellatrix, Tonks, and just missing out on Fred Weasley (he called George). Also Snape's face turn. Grand total of 4 points (remember, -1 for each wrong call), which makes him the winner outright. Damn, than would have sucked if you had missed out on winning by calling the wrong twin.
Honorable mention goes to Drunkndollaz for being the only one to more or less get the random prediction right (Harry's a Horcrux). Oliver is technically right also (Harry and Voldemort are related - both are descended from one of the three deathly hallows brothers), but not really close enough for it to count (don't worry, you still wouldn't have won). Second honorable mention goes to haz for being the only one to call Kreacher the House Elf turning face.
Really, the key here was not to call wrong stuff. That's what killed most everyone else.
Man's most valuable trait is a judicious sense of what not to believe. - Euripides
In the USA, the National Book Awards have been announced: Fiction: Europe Central by William T. Vollmann. Non-fiction: The Year of Magical Thinking by Joan Didion. Poetry: Migration: New and Selected Poems by W.S. Merwin.