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Aberforth ist etwas mehr als zwei Jahre jünger als sein Bruder Albus. Er hat sich nie bemüht. Aberforth Dumbledore, Wirt des Eberkopfs in Hogsmeade, ist der drei Jahre jüngere Bruder von Albus Dumbledore. Im Lexikon des HP-FC könnt ihr alle Begriffe. Aberforth Dumbledore. Aberforth ist der 3 Jahre jüngere Bruder von Albus Dumbledore und arbeitet als Wirt im "Eberkopf". Er ist das Gegenteil des. Read Fakten zu Aberforth Dumbledore from the story Harry Potter Facts by LuisaHennig (Luisa Sicking) with reads. todesser, hermine, slytherin. fisha-project.eu Aberforth Dumbledore. Mehr dazu. Aberforth Dumbledore. Find this Pin and more on Harry Potter 3 by Carolyn Keith. Missverständnis um Aurelius Dumbledore: "Phantastische Tierwesen Teil 2“ von Ciarán Hinds gespielte Aberforth Dumbledore, ging Miller. Ich erinnere mich, dass Aberforth in der letzten HP etwas verhaftet hatte, weil er etwas mit Ziegen gemacht hatte. So etwas wie "unangemessene Reize an einer​.

Aberforth Dumbledore

Aberforth Dumbledore. Aberforth ist der 3 Jahre jüngere Bruder von Albus Dumbledore und arbeitet als Wirt im "Eberkopf". Er ist das Gegenteil des. Missverständnis um Aurelius Dumbledore: "Phantastische Tierwesen Teil 2“ von Ciarán Hinds gespielte Aberforth Dumbledore, ging Miller. Antworten auf die Frage - Warum hat Albus Dumbledore die Identität von Aberforth Dumbledore versteckt?

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Though Aberforth never had any outstanding moments in the First Wizarding War, there was a moment, in , that he banished Mundugus Fletcher from his inn for life.

This was later noted when Sirius Black mentioned Aberforth's very good memory. In about , Albus, Aberforth's older brother, visited his younger brother's in to interview a new Divination teacher, Sybill Trelawney.

Severus Snape, a current spy for Lord Voldemort and teacher at Hogwarts overheard a fraction of the prophecy regarding Harry Potter and Lord Voldemort of which Sybill was telling Dumbledore.

Realizing he was snooping, Aberforth proceeded to kick Snape out of his inn. About , Aberforth got caught up in "minor scandal" involving goats and innapropiate charms and was prosecuted by the Wizengamont.

The gossip surrounding this event, according to Albus, didn't seem to affect Aberforth in anyway. Whether it was due to bravery or the inability to read stumped Albus.

In , Aberforth served a large group of Hogwart's students, led by Harry Potter, at his inn with some Butterbeer as they plotted against Dolores Umbridge in matters concerning Defence Against the Dark Arts.

Mundungus Fletcher was also present at the meeting as he was an informant for the Order of the Phoenix. A year later, Aberforth bought a two-way mirror from Mundungus who was selling outside the Three Broomsticks Inn which he had stolen from 12 Grimmauld Place after the death of Sirius Black.

Mundungus was caught in the act though by Harry Potter who was furious to find Mundungus selling the stolen goods. Aberforth, in , attended the funeral of his late brother Albus after a fateful night in the Astronomy Tower at Hogwarts.

Aberforth was now the only living Dumbledore. After his brother's untimely death, the once safe haven known as Hogwarts was overrun by Voldemort and his followers.

The new headmaster to fill Albus's shoes were Severus Snape himself, the man who initially murdered Dumbledore that fateful night just a year or less before.

Two notable croons of Voldemort's was the Carrow twins. They took care of punishment for any student who went against their wishes, which led to many students being tortured.

Due to this cruel punishment, the Room of Requirement was used as a hideaway for many of the school students, The room had a secret passage of which led straight to the Hog's Head Inn where Aberforth consistently supplied students with food and water.

At some point, Harry came into possession of a small fragment of the two-way mirror Aberforth had bought off of Mundungus.

Aberforth used this to his advantage to keep an eye on Harry during his journey to hunt and destroy Horcruxes. The fragment came in handy when Harry used it to ask Aberfoth who Harry was unaware of was him at the time for help out of Malfoy Manor.

Aberforth responded by sending Dobby the House Elf, the former slave of the Malfoy's, to Harry's aid. Harry and his friends made it out safely though.

Later in the story, Harry, Ron, and Hermione all apparate to Hogsmeade village hoping to find a way up to Hogwarts castle via secret passage. Their cover, however, was immediatley blown by a Caterwauling Charm thereby informing Death Eater's of Harry's arrival in the village.

As the Death Eater's could not see Harry under the Invisibility Cloak, they released Dementors to locate Harry, but Harry warded them off with his Patronus Charm, which inevitably relayed his position to nearby Death Eaters.

Within this exact moment, Aberforth opened his door and ushered the trio under his roof while covering for them telling the Death Eaters that the Caterwauling Charm was set off by Aberforth letting out his cat, and the Patronus of which was perceived to be Harry's stag, was actually Aberforth's goat.

Afterwards, Harry recognized Aberforth as Albus's younger brother. Aberforth tried to convince the three to escape the village the next morning because he believed that Voldemort had won this war and that the Order was finished.

Harry refused by justifying he needed to finish the mission Aberforth's brother had laid out for Harry. Aberforth, still upset with his late brother over their sister's death, told Harry off for following his brother, and questioned whether or not Harry knew the entire truth about Dumbledore.

Harry was unable to respond. Aberforth then proceeded to tell the true story about Albus, their childhood, and their sister, Ariana. He was taken aback though, when Harry told him that Albus admitted to Harry his regrets up till just moments before his own death after consuming the Drink of Despair.

This helped turn Aberforth's mind around. He gave into the inevitable, aiding Harry into the castle. He addressed a portrait of Ariana who left the room and appeared just moments later with Neville Longbottom.

Neville led the trio back to the Room of Requirement where the Order of the Phoenix was notified of Harry's arrival at the school. Following this moment, the passageway between the Room of Requirement and the Hog's Head became main transportation for student's leaving the school and for incoming Order members the night of the Battle of Hogwarts.

Aberforth ended up fighting in the Battle of Hogwarts when he went to complain to Harry about the many students flooding his pub. He even noted that they should have held Slytherin students as hostage against parents who served the Dark Lord.

Harry turned this idea down though, stating that it wouldn't stop Voldemort, nor would it have been something Albus would have done.

Aberforth went off at this moment to help defend the castle. When Tonks questioned the location of her husband, Remus, Aberforth was the one to reply with his last known location fighting the Death Eater, Dolohov.

He even stunned Rookwood as he headed towards the Great Hall. Afterwards, he returned to his former life, "still at the Hog's Head, playing with his goats.

Aberforth is regarded by most people who are familiar with him as odd and gruff. Later, Aberforth having pulled them to safety after they arrived in Hogsmeade , which had a Caterwauling Charm placed over it and was being watched by Death Eaters should Harry try to return to Hogwarts.

The Hog's Head then became the main transportation hub for the outgoing students and the incoming Order members prior to the Battle of Hogwarts through a secret passageway behind a portrait of his sister Ariana.

Aberforth sneered at the latter theory before leaving to defend the castle in the first round. Aberforth with Dean and Seamus after the battle.

Aberforth survived the final battle of the Second Wizarding War. After Voldemort 's defeat, he returned to his former life, "still at the Hog's Head, playing with his goats.

Aberforth Dumbledore, like his brother, wore spectacles and had very bright blue eyes. He was also tall and thin, with a great deal of long, stringy grey hair and beard.

Harry thought he was a rather grumpy-looking old man. He also had an appearance "like a goat". Aberforth is regarded by most people who are familiar with him as odd and gruff.

Alastor Moody , who met him at the taking of the photo of the original Order, only described him as a "strange bloke". Aberforth generally seems cynical and bad-tempered, such as when he sarcastically pointed out to Harry Potter how little Albus Dumbledore had really told him even while putting an enormous responsibility on his shoulders.

However, his actions sometimes seem to belie this. For example, despite generally disliking his older brother for his glory-seeking and blaming him for their younger sister's death, the two obviously maintained contact with one another and Aberforth joined the Order of the Phoenix , which Albus founded and led.

Also, in spite of claiming earlier that "You-Know-Who's won, it's over, and anyone who's pretending different's kidding themselves", he fought bravely and selflessly at the Battle of Hogwarts.

His unwillingly courageous nature shows itself in one of his last conversations with Harry; after Harry thanked him for saving his and his friends' lives twice, Aberforth gruffly retorted, "Look after 'em, then.

I might not be able to save 'em a third time". Aberforth's relationship with his parents isn't very well known. His father was imprisoned in Azkaban after he used illegal spells on three Muggle boys who attacked Ariana.

His mother was described as a good woman, and it is possible that she and Aberforth had a good relationship; however, Kendra was accidentally killed by Ariana.

Aberforth was devastated by her death. Aberforth Dumbledore was Ariana Dumbledore 's older and favorite brother. After her attack, Aberforth was the only one who could calm her down when she flew into a rage, something even their mother could not accomplish.

The two often fed goats together in their free time. Aberforth was not present when Ariana lost control of her magic and accidentally killed their mother.

Afterwards, he wanted to take care of Ariana, but their older brother Albus insisted that Aberforth complete his education at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry first.

Soon after, Albus became friends with Gellert Grindelwald , and Aberforth stepped in when they began making plans for world domination and Muggle subjugation, pointing out that Ariana was in no state to be dragged along with them.

This resulted in a three-way duel between Ariana's brothers and Grindelwald. Ariana tried to interfere, and was inadvertently killed by one of them, which devastated Aberforth and caused a permanent rift between him and Albus.

At Ariana's funeral, Aberforth broke his brother's nose and shouted at him that her death was all his fault. Long after Ariana's death, Aberforth continued to keep a portrait of his late sister in the Hog's Head Inn.

It concealed a secret passage to the Room of Requirement in Hogwarts Castle. Aberforth and his brother had a strained, if not bitter, relationship most of their lives.

Aberforth was resentful and bitter about the huge attention received by Albus, and spent most of his time caring for his sick younger sister, Ariana.

After the death of Kendra Dumbledore , Albus was left to care for his brother and sister. When Albus and his friend, Gellert Grindelwald, announced their plan to travel and take Ariana with them, Aberforth bluntly told him that Ariana would not be accompanying.

Grindelwald initiated a duel that resulted in Ariana's death, and Aberforth blamed this on Albus, [5] shouting at him at Ariana's funeral and breaking his nose.

Aberforth forgave his late brother after Harry explained Albus' drinking of the Drink of Despair , and fought in the defence of his brother's school, the first of the Hogsmeade residents to do so.

Although Albus initially was resentful towards Aberforth for dragging him down from fame and glory with the responsibility of being head of the family, Albus loved his brother dearly, and came to respect and admire him greatly for his devotion to Ariana.

Aberforth disliked Gellert Grindelwald immensely. Grindelwald was Albus's friend after Hogwarts. While Aberforth was taking care of Ariana, Albus and Grindelwald were planning to enslave the Muggles.

As the two boys were planning to travel around the world, they also planned to take Ariana with them. Aberforth opposed them, telling them that he would be able to take care of Ariana once more.

Then Grindelwald became very angry and used the Cruciatus Curse on Aberforth; Albus then defended his brother and the three boys had a duel, in which Ariana was accidentally killed by one of them.

Grindelwald escaped and left the country. Aberforth retained bitter memories towards Grindelwald for many years after their fateful encounter, and when he recounted the events that lead to his sister's death Harry noted the "positively dangerous" look that came over his face when Grindelwald's name was mentioned.

Harry Potter with the two-way mirror. Aberforth became friends with Harry Potter before the Battle of Hogwarts.

Aberforth's possession of one of the two-way mirrors became a great help to Harry and his companions. Aberforth narrated Harry the story of his early life.

Harry pitied him, and was very devastated when he heard it all. Harry also argued with Aberforth when he told Harry to leave Hogsmeade, in order to save his own skin.

However, they later both fought at the Battle of Hogwarts and survived the war. It is possible that they remained in contact afterwards.

Aberforth helped them, while telling them the story of his family life. Ron and Hermione were both shocked. They later fought at the Battle of Hogwarts with Aberforth and they all survived the war.

It is possible that they remained in contact later on. Over the course of his employment at Hogwarts, Dobby , a house-elf , became close friends with Aberforth, and spent much time at Aberforth's home in Hogsmeade , getting to and from the school through a secret tunnel.

As Aberforth was an old and grumpy person, he didn't have a good relationship with many people. However, Aberforth himself stated that he liked Dobby.

In , Harry Potter and his friends were captured by Snatchers and imprisoned at the Malfoy Manor cellar.

Harry asked for help while looking at a two-way mirror; Aberforth had the other mirror. He sent Dobby to rescue them; the house-elf did so, but was killed by Bellatrix Lestrange.

The original Order of the Phoenix. Although he had a good relationship with some members of the Order of the Phoenix , Aberforth was described as a "strange bloke" by Alastor Moody.

He saw Lupin fighting with Antonin Dolohov and he told Tonks so. He met many allies of the Order during the Battle of Hogwarts, when many people were getting into Hogwarts through a portrait-hole in a room of his pub.

Aberforth has a mixed relationship with Mundungus Fletcher. While Aberforth banned Mundungus for life from the bar for offending him, [13] the two remained in touch, with Mundungus selling stolen goods to Aberforth.

In Welsh, Aberforth means "from the river". This wiki. This wiki All wikis. Sign In Don't have an account? Start a Wiki. In fairness to Aberforth, it must be admitted that living in Albus's shadow cannot have been an altogether comfortable experience.

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He did not reveal to the authorities the reason for his attack, as Ariana would have been taken from the family as a threat to the Statute of Secrecy and placed in St.

Mungo's Hospital for Magical Maladies and Injuries permanently. Percival was imprisoned in Azkaban , and Kendra moved the family to Godric's Hollow , putting out a story that Ariana was ill and needed to remain at home.

Aberforth attended Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry between and He was in Albus's shadow, as his brother was an extraordinarily talented and academic Wizard.

Aberforth was Ariana's favourite sibling, and he took part responsibility of taking care of her.

However, he was not at home when Ariana lost control of her magic and accidentally killed their mother. Following his mother's passing, Aberforth wanted to drop out and take over the care of his sister, but Albus would not allow it, as he wanted his younger brother to complete his education.

When Gellert Grindelwald came to Godric's Hollow , he and Albus instantly struck up a friendship, together dreaming of finding the Deathly Hallows and leading a revolution that would make Muggles subservient to wizards.

When Aberforth pointed out that Albus could not be the heroic leader of the revolution with Ariana in tow, Grindelwald became furious and used the Cruciatus Curse on Aberforth.

Albus tried to protect his brother and a three-way duel broke out. While the three battled, Ariana tried to help her brother, but a stray curse from one of them hit Ariana, killing her.

When Tom Riddle returned to Hogwarts to apply for the Defence Against the Dark Arts post, Albus revealed that he had connections with the local barman, who told him about Riddle's compatriots awaiting him in the Hog's Head.

Sometime around , Mundungus Fletcher was banned from Hog's Head for life. Sirius Black later noted that Aberforth has a good memory for who he has thrown out of his tavern.

Severus Snape , a Death Eater, overheard part of Trelawney's prophecy about Harry Potter and Lord Voldemort]]; Snape was unable to hear its entirety, however, as Aberforth caught him eavesdropping and threw him out.

Around , Aberforth was prosecuted by the Wizengamot for "using inappropriate charms on a goat," causing a "minor scandal" that was widely reported in the papers.

According to his brother, Aberforth did not let the gossip get him down or force him into hiding. However, Albus was not certain if this was due to bravery, as he was not completely sure Aberforth could read.

A great number of people attended his funeral, including Aberforth; Hogwarts students, professors, old friends, Hogsmeade residents, Order of the Phoenix members and Ministry of Magic officials.

The next year, since Dumbledore had died and couldn't protect the school from Death Eaters, Lord Voldemort managed to take over Hogwarts.

The Carrows liked punishing students, and were cruel and sadistic. They used their power to torture the students who opposed them.

Aberforth's pub was used as passageway into Hogwarts to the Room of Requirement, he supplied the students in hiding with food and water. When Harry, Ron and Hermione Apparated into the village, Death Eaters had placed a Caterwauling Charm on the area, which allowed them to detect anyone who Apparated into it.

One Death Eater shouted "Accio cloak" in order to pull the cloak off them, but the cloak was immune to this type of spell.

The trio slowly backed off into a alley way, dodging Death Eaters as they did so. Harry realised that Dementors had started to swarm the area, and upon realising, instinctively cast his Patronus.

The Death Eaters, who knew what Harry's Patronus looked like, were alerted to the fact that Harry was definitely there. As Death Eaters swarmed the alley way they were hiding in, the trio were rescued by Aberforth, who told them to hide in his pub.

One Death Eater spotted him and demanded to know if he had seen Harry Potter, threatening that if he called Voldemort, he would be killed for hiding him.

Aberforth denied seeing him, to which the Death Eater replied "He was definitely here, I saw his Patronus," to which Aberforth said that it was not Harry's Patronus, it was his.

The Death Eater primarily disbelieved him, but soon came around once Aberforth fired his Patronus and claimed he misjudged what the Patronus was.

The Death Eater believed Aberforth's story and retreated, shutting the door and telling Harry, Ron and Hermione to come out from under the invisibility cloak.

It was here that Neville Longbottom came from the portrait that leads to the Room of Requirement and guided them into Hogwarts. Although he described the Order as "finished" after Voldemort's take-over of the Ministry of Magic in , he assisted them and Harry Potter in many ways; in , Aberforth helped Harry first by sending Dobby to rescue him, Ron Weasley and Hermione Granger from Malfoy Manor after Harry pleaded for help while looking at the two-way mirror.

The trio was then taken to Shell Cottage by Dobby. Later, Aberforth having pulled them to safety after they arrived in Hogsmeade , which had a Caterwauling Charm placed over it and was being watched by Death Eaters should Harry try to return to Hogwarts.

The Hog's Head then became the main transportation hub for the outgoing students and the incoming Order members prior to the Battle of Hogwarts through a secret passageway behind a portrait of his sister Ariana.

Aberforth sneered at the latter theory before leaving to defend the castle in the first round. Aberforth with Dean and Seamus after the battle.

Aberforth survived the final battle of the Second Wizarding War. After Voldemort 's defeat, he returned to his former life, "still at the Hog's Head, playing with his goats.

Aberforth Dumbledore, like his brother, wore spectacles and had very bright blue eyes. He was also tall and thin, with a great deal of long, stringy grey hair and beard.

Harry thought he was a rather grumpy-looking old man. He also had an appearance "like a goat". Aberforth is regarded by most people who are familiar with him as odd and gruff.

Alastor Moody , who met him at the taking of the photo of the original Order, only described him as a "strange bloke". Aberforth generally seems cynical and bad-tempered, such as when he sarcastically pointed out to Harry Potter how little Albus Dumbledore had really told him even while putting an enormous responsibility on his shoulders.

However, his actions sometimes seem to belie this. For example, despite generally disliking his older brother for his glory-seeking and blaming him for their younger sister's death, the two obviously maintained contact with one another and Aberforth joined the Order of the Phoenix , which Albus founded and led.

Also, in spite of claiming earlier that "You-Know-Who's won, it's over, and anyone who's pretending different's kidding themselves", he fought bravely and selflessly at the Battle of Hogwarts.

His unwillingly courageous nature shows itself in one of his last conversations with Harry; after Harry thanked him for saving his and his friends' lives twice, Aberforth gruffly retorted, "Look after 'em, then.

I might not be able to save 'em a third time". Aberforth's relationship with his parents isn't very well known. His father was imprisoned in Azkaban after he used illegal spells on three Muggle boys who attacked Ariana.

His mother was described as a good woman, and it is possible that she and Aberforth had a good relationship; however, Kendra was accidentally killed by Ariana.

Aberforth was devastated by her death. Aberforth Dumbledore was Ariana Dumbledore 's older and favorite brother.

After her attack, Aberforth was the only one who could calm her down when she flew into a rage, something even their mother could not accomplish.

The two often fed goats together in their free time. Aberforth was not present when Ariana lost control of her magic and accidentally killed their mother.

Afterwards, he wanted to take care of Ariana, but their older brother Albus insisted that Aberforth complete his education at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry first.

Soon after, Albus became friends with Gellert Grindelwald , and Aberforth stepped in when they began making plans for world domination and Muggle subjugation, pointing out that Ariana was in no state to be dragged along with them.

This resulted in a three-way duel between Ariana's brothers and Grindelwald. Ariana tried to interfere, and was inadvertently killed by one of them, which devastated Aberforth and caused a permanent rift between him and Albus.

At Ariana's funeral, Aberforth broke his brother's nose and shouted at him that her death was all his fault. Long after Ariana's death, Aberforth continued to keep a portrait of his late sister in the Hog's Head Inn.

It concealed a secret passage to the Room of Requirement in Hogwarts Castle. Aberforth and his brother had a strained, if not bitter, relationship most of their lives.

Aberforth was resentful and bitter about the huge attention received by Albus, and spent most of his time caring for his sick younger sister, Ariana.

After the death of Kendra Dumbledore , Albus was left to care for his brother and sister. When Albus and his friend, Gellert Grindelwald, announced their plan to travel and take Ariana with them, Aberforth bluntly told him that Ariana would not be accompanying.

Grindelwald initiated a duel that resulted in Ariana's death, and Aberforth blamed this on Albus, [5] shouting at him at Ariana's funeral and breaking his nose.

Aberforth forgave his late brother after Harry explained Albus' drinking of the Drink of Despair , and fought in the defence of his brother's school, the first of the Hogsmeade residents to do so.

Although Albus initially was resentful towards Aberforth for dragging him down from fame and glory with the responsibility of being head of the family, Albus loved his brother dearly, and came to respect and admire him greatly for his devotion to Ariana.

Aberforth disliked Gellert Grindelwald immensely. Grindelwald was Albus's friend after Hogwarts. While Aberforth was taking care of Ariana, Albus and Grindelwald were planning to enslave the Muggles.

This protection ends when Harry comes of age at Though Harry bears a great resemblance to his father, it is often noted that he has Lily's eyes.

Dumbledore has said that Harry's deepest nature is much more similar to his mother's. In a interview, Rowling stated; "Harry has his father's and mother's good looks.

But he has his mother's eyes, and that's very important in a future book". In Snape's death scene in that novel, after having passed on his memories to Harry, he whispers to Harry: "Look His last words to Harry were simply a desire to see Lily's eyes before he died.

Harry's dead parents are seen five times in the books not counting their appearances in numerous magical photographs. Secondly during Harry's struggle with Voldemort in Goblet of Fire, they appear momentarily, along with other victims killed by Voldemort's wand.

They appear in Snape's memories in both Order of the Phoenix and Deathly Hallows , and finally in Deathly Hallows when Harry makes his self-sacrificing walk into the Forbidden Forest, determined to let Voldemort kill him without offering resistance, Harry's parents walk at his side and Lily tells him how proud they are of him.

Lily is portrayed by Geraldine Somerville as an adult in the film series, and by Susie Shinner as a teenager and Ellie Darcey-Alden as a child.

Kingsley Shacklebolt is a senior Auror who acts as informer for the Order within the Ministry of Magic. He is first introduced in Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix , when he volunteers to be one of the members of the Advance Guard that escorted Harry from the Dursleys' home to Number 12, Grimmauld Place.

Kingsley is in charge of the search for Sirius in the Ministry; however, knowing Sirius is innocent, he is supplying the Ministry false information that Sirius is in Tibet.

He is present in the scene of the fifth book when Harry is confronted about Dumbledore's Army , after Marietta Edgecombe betrays it to Dolores Umbridge.

Kingsley swiftly modifies Marietta's memory, but to avoid suspicion from the Ministry, Dumbledore is forced to hex him too as he flees.

Kingsley takes part in the battle at the Department of Mysteries and appears to be very skilled at duelling as he is seen fighting two Death Eaters at once.

However, after Sirius is killed, he continues the duel with Bellatrix Lestrange , during which Kingsley is hit by a spell that causes a "loud bang" and he hits the ground "yelling in pain".

It is revealed in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows that Kingsley is one of the few wizards that the Dursleys seem to like, due to his skill at blending in well with Muggles and his calm, collected demeanour.

In that book, Kingsley first appears with other Order members to move Harry from the Dursleys' home to safety in the Burrow.

Later in the book, he manages to send a timely warning to Bill and Fleur's wedding using his Patronus, a lynx, when Voldemort overthrows the Ministry of Magic, giving the guests a chance to escape.

He continues to guard the Prime Minister but is eventually forced to flee. He later is heard preaching equal rights for Muggles and Wizards on the pirate radio programme "Potterwatch" under the pseudonym " Royal ".

In the Battle of Hogwarts, he is first seen organising those who remained to fight. He is later seen dueling an unnamed Death Eater, and ends up duelling Voldemort himself, alongside Minerva McGonagall and Horace Slughorn , but after Bellatrix's death, Voldemort's anger erupts; Kingsley and the two others are defeated although not killed.

Kingsley is appointed temporary Minister for Magic following the death of Voldemort and the deposition of Voldemort's puppet ruler , Pius Thicknesse.

However, it was later revealed by Rowling in an interview that Kingsley did become the new Minister permanently, revolutionising the Ministry itself.

Nymphadora Tonks is a Metamorphmagus and an Auror. Her name means "Gift of the Nymphs ". She despises her given name and prefers to be called by her surname alone.

She is still referred to as "Tonks" by her peers even after her marriage. She is described as having "a pale heart-shaped face, dark twinkling eyes", and is usually depicted with different hair colours, which she can change at will.

Tonks is seen to be notoriously clumsy and unskilled at household spells. Nymphadora is the only daughter of Ted and Andromeda Tonks , the latter being sister to Bellatrix Lestrange and Narcissa Malfoy ; Nymphadora is therefore Draco Malfoy 's first cousin yet she never addresses him as family, alluding to him simply as "the Malfoy boy".

Tonks is sorted into Hufflepuff , [29] and graduates from Hogwarts one year before Harry enters, after which she begins three years of Auror training; under Moody's tutelage, she qualifies as an Auror one year before her first appearance in Order of the Phoenix.

Tonks and Kingsley act as spies for the Order in the Ministry. She helps to escort Harry first from the Dursleys' house to Order headquarters, and later to the Hogwarts Express.

Tonks later fights the Death Eaters at the Department of Mysteries, in which she is injured by Bellatrix, and has to be taken to St Mungo's.

Harry observes she is constantly depressed and rarely smiles. Also, he sees her hair is a mousy brown instead of its usual bright bubble-gum pink.

After Dumbledore's death, it is revealed that Tonks has fallen in love with Lupin, and her Patronus has, as a result, changed to the form of a wolf.

Lupin is reluctant to return her affections arguing that he is "too old, too poor, and too dangerous" for her. Because of this, she falls into a depression that disturbs her magical abilities including her ability to change her appearance at will.

During the aerial battle, Tonks fights Bellatrix again and injures Bellatrix's husband, Rodolphus. Later in the book, Remus reveals Tonks is pregnant.

He leaves her for a brief period, believing that he, through their marriage, has caused her to become an outcast and their unborn child would be better off without him, but changes his mind and returns to her side after a heated argument with Harry.

In April of the seventh book, Tonks gives birth to Teddy Remus Lupin, named after her father and husband.

Towards the end of the book, Tonks and Lupin join the Battle of Hogwarts. During the battle, Tonks is killed by Bellatrix, and Lupin is killed by Antonin Dolohov , leaving Teddy an orphan to be raised by his maternal grandmother, Andromeda.

Arthur Weasley is the patriarch of the Weasleys, a family of wizards who are considered "blood traitors" by Death Eaters for their interest in the Muggle world.

He is married to Molly Weasley , with whom he has seven children, including Ron, Harry's best friend. During his time at Hogwarts, Arthur belonged to the house of Gryffindor.

Arthur is described as being tall and thin, and as having a receding hairline and horn-rimmed glasses. An affable, light-hearted man, he tends not to be the authority figure in the family; his wife Molly handles that area.

He is obsessed with learning about Muggle customs and inventions and owns a large collection of mostly Muggle used items. His department lacks funding, and his salary is only just able to provide for a vast family, leaving his family finances precarious.

Weasley first appears in Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets , when Harry stays with the Weasley family at The Burrow during the summer before the first term of Hogwarts begins.

In this book, Lucius Malfoy tries to discredit Arthur when Harry and Ron are seen flying his enchanted car and by placing Tom Riddle's diary in Ginny's cauldron so that she can open the Chamber of Secrets and take the blame for the attacks on Muggle-borns.

However, Lucius fails to fulfill his objective and the diary is destroyed. At the start of Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban , Arthur wins a large cash prize in a sweepstake and uses it to take the whole family on a holiday to Egypt.

After they return, Arthur thinks that Harry should know what Arthur then believes to be the truth about Sirius Black. In Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire , it seems that Arthur does not fully believe the stories of Harry's abuse at the hands of the Dursleys until he witnesses what they think about Harry and the Wizarding world and is stunned to see them so eager to say goodbye to him, before taking him to the Quidditch World Cup.

Weasley is a member of the Order and accompanies Harry to his visit to the Ministry. During one of his shifts in the Ministry guarding Sybill Trelawney 's prophecy, Voldemort's pet snake Nagini attacks him.

Harry, who is mentally connected with Voldemort, manages to see this in a vision and is able to warn the Hogwarts authorities.

Arthur is subsequently saved just in time and sent to St Mungo's Hospital for Magical Maladies and Injuries , where he fully recovers.

However, as she "wanted to kill parents", she spared Arthur's life in exchange for Lupin's and Tonks'. In Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows , Arthur is part of the group that moves Harry from Privet Drive for the last time, accompanied by his son Fred who acted as one of the seven Potters.

Arthur continues to work in the Ministry but all his movements are tracked. When it is discovered that Ron is travelling with Harry and not sick at home, the Weasleys are forced to hide.

Arthur reappears in the Battle of Hogwarts, in which he loses his son Fred, and is joined by Percy Weasley in defeating Pius Thicknesse. Arthur Weasley appears in every film except the first and is portrayed by Mark Williams.

He is described to be "hard-working" and "down-to-earth", but possesses a fondness for "a bit of adventure, a bit of glamour". He makes his first full appearance in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire , where he is described as being a good-looking young man, sporting long red hair tied back in a ponytail and a single fang earring.

He meets Fleur at Gringotts head office in London where she is employed at the time, giving her lessons to improve her English. As Greyback was in human form at the time of the attack, Bill suffers only partial lycanthropy contamination—permanent scarring of his face, and an acquired liking for very rare beef.

Fleur, who regards his wounds as a proud sign of his bravery, is adamant that their wedding proceed as scheduled, impressing Bill's family about the match's strength.

In Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Fleur and Bill take part in getting Harry escorted safely from the Dursleys' house, and they witness Mad-Eye Moody being killed by Voldemort himself, which they announce upon their return to the Burrow.

The couple have their wedding there and later provide a safe haven for the trio and several others in their home, Shell Cottage.

Both Bill and Fleur were combatants during the Battle of Hogwarts, and both survived the battle. Bill and Fleur later have three children: Victoire , Dominique and Louis.

Charlie Weasley is the second son of Arthur and Molly Weasley and is described as having a build like that of his brothers Fred and George: shorter and stockier than Bill, Percy and Ron.

He has a broad, good-natured face, which is slightly weather-beaten and very freckly. His arms are muscly, and one of them has a long shiny burn.

While at Hogwarts, he was a prefect, [35] a Quidditch Captain, and a legendary Seeker for the Gryffindor Quidditch team.

His skills as a Seeker were so good that it was said, "He could have been capped for England if he hadn't gone off chasing dragons.

After school, Charlie chooses to go to Romania to work with dragons as a Dragon Keeper. At Harry, Ron and Hermione's request, he takes Hagrid's baby dragon, Norbert , an illegally hatched Norwegian Ridgeback, into his care in Harry's first year, and he is part of a team of Dragon Keepers that brings four dragons of different breeds to Hogwarts in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire for the First Task of the Triwizard Tournament.

During the second rise of Voldemort, Charlie's task in the Order is to try to rally support abroad. Charlie returns to the Burrow in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows to participate in his brother Bill's wedding as best man.

He enters the later part of the Battle of Hogwarts, alongside Horace Slughorn , at the head of reinforcements for the defenders, and survives the battle without serious injury.

He does not marry or have children, since he "preferred dragons to women", according to Rowling. She is the mother of seven children, including Ron Weasley , who becomes Harry Potter's best friend.

Molly is born into the pure-blood Prewett family, being the sister of Gideon and Fabian Prewett. The character is first introduced in Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone , when she kindly tells Harry how to cross the barrier through to Platform Nine and Three-Quarters.

In Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets , she is furious with Fred, George, and Ron after she discovers that they flew their parents' enchanted car to rescue Harry from his aunt and uncle who had imprisoned him in his room.

At the beginning of the school year, Molly sends Ron a Howler , screaming at him in anger that he and Harry flew the family car again, this time to Hogwarts.

Harry overhears Mr and Mrs Weasley arguing one night about telling Harry the truth about the supposed connection between Sirius Black and Harry; Arthur feels Harry should know the truth but Molly, feeling the truth would terrify him, assures him Harry will be perfectly safe at Hogwarts with Dumbledore's protection, and orders Percy Weasley to keep an eye on Harry at the school.

When Harry arrives at the Burrow in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire , Molly finds out about Fred and George's experimentation with dangerous sweets they were manufacturing and tells them off before leaving for the Quidditch World Cup ; however, after the Dark Mark appears over the sky at the World Cup campsite, Molly is upset for yelling at Fred and George, worried that something might have happened to them after she treated them so horribly.

Towards the climax of that book, Molly and Bill arrive at Hogwarts to see the Third Task of the Triwizard Tournament, acting as family guests to Harry.

Molly comforts Harry and, for the first time in his life, he has someone to be there for him, like a mother. Days later, Molly is found in the drawing room, with a boggart that transforms into her dead family members and Harry, and confesses her nightmares of losing more family members to Voldemort and the Death Eaters.

She feels immensely uncomfortable with the trio's decision to drop out of Hogwarts and initially attempts to dissuade them from doing so.

As the novel progresses, the family is forced to head for safety at Auntie Muriel 's home. At the end of the book, Molly and her entire family fight in the Battle of Hogwarts.

She is devastated by the death of her son Fred and is pushed to the edge when Bellatrix Lestrange almost strikes Ginny with the Killing Curse.

Enraged, she engages Bellatrix in an intense duel, killing her with a curse that hits her in the chest. The Chicago Tribune ' s Courtney Crowder lists Molly Weasley as her favourite literary mother, describing her as the "original Mama Grizzly", citing her many touching moments with Harry as well as the final book in the series, where "her feelings jumped off the page" as testament to her strong personality.

Crowder summarises Molly's character as "levelheaded, yet willing to fight, intelligent, welcoming, and above all, extremely loving".

Julie Walters portrays Molly Weasley in every film except Goblet of Fire , in which her role in the novel is cut out.

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To prevent Lord Voldemort from conquering the world. Lord Voldemort , Death Eaters. He was blamed for Pettigrew's betrayal of James and Lily Potter's whereabouts to Lord Voldemort and murder of twelve Muggles eye-witnessing their confrontation in the streets, thus landing him in Azkaban without trial, until his escape twelve years later, during which he exposes Pettigrew's treachery to his godson Harry Potter.

He proceeded to serve in the revived Order and helped defeat two Death Eaters in battle. Killed by his cousin Bellatrix Lestrange , in a battle within the Department of Mysteries.

Murdered along with his wife and children by Death Eaters during the first Wizarding War. Met Harry several times before it was revealed that he was a member of the Order of the Phoenix.

Diggle was part of the Advance Guard who helped Harry escape from the Dursleys' house in the fifth book. In the final instalment of the series, he helped take the Dursleys to a protected area.

The Death Eaters later burned his house in a raid, but Diggle was unharmed. Diggle was portrayed by David Brett in the film adaptation of Philosopher's Stone.

Dumbledore's schoolmate. He wrote an obituary of Dumbledore for The Daily Prophet and openly defended Dumbledore's integrity during the final instalment of the series.

He was also part of the Advance Guard in the fifth book. Brother of Albus Dumbledore. Able to obtain useful information for the Order due to his post.

He also helped defend the school during the Battle of Hogwarts, defeating Augustus Rookwood. Founder of the original Order and revived it following Voldemort's return to power.

Headmaster of Hogwarts for several decades. Regarded as the greatest wizard of his time, and as the only wizard Voldemort ever feared.

Owner of the Elder Wand. Killed by Snape at his own request. An elderly female Squib , who was enlisted by Dumbledore to watch over Harry during his childhood from her home in his neighbourhood.

Served in the revived Order. Thief and con man who Dumbledore once helped "out of a tight spot" and in return kept Dumbledore notified of things he would hear from the criminal element of the Wizarding World.

He was a reluctant member of the group sent to retrieve Harry in Deathly Hallows and panicked when Voldemort pursued him, disapparating to an unknown location and leaving Alastor Moody to be killed by Voldemort.

He was charged with the task of rescuing Harry from the destroyed Potter house in Godric's Hollow on Halloween and bringing him on Sirius's flying motorcycle to the Dursleys' house.

During the escape from the Dursleys, Harry and Hagrid were both nearly killed in the crash of the flying motorcycle. Neville Longbottom 's parents.

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