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Petunia Dursley is Harry's maternal aunt, Lily Potter's older sister, Vernon's wife, Dudley's mother, Marge's sister-in-law. She is described as a bony woman with blonde hair that she passed down to her son, a "rather horsey" face and a very long neck, and spends most of her time spying on her neighbours. Petunia Dursley (b. Petunia Evans) was the Muggle aunt and guardian of Harry Potter. She was the wife of Vernon Dursley, the mother of Dudley Dursley and the elder sister of the late Lily Potter. Honest Game Trailers | Cyberpunk Petunia Dursley, despite all that she may seem, is a complicated woman. She is torn between jealousy and intrigue when it comes to her sister's enchanting abilities. She ultimately deals with these emotions by becoming the bitter magic-hating woman that she is. Good Petunia Dursley Summary Nearly ten years had passed since Petunia had woken to find her nephew on the front step, but they no longer lived at number four Privet Drive. Fiona Shaw CBE (born Fiona Mary Wilson; 10 July ) is an Irish actress and theatre and opera 24sportsdepo.com is known for her roles as Petunia Dursley in the Harry Potter film series (–), Marnie Stonebrook in the fourth season of the HBO series True Blood (), and Carolyn Martens in the BBC series Killing Eve (–present).

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Super Mario Bros. Anna Karenina. The Butcher Boy. The Avengers. The Last September. The Triumph of Love. Vincent Crabbe and Gregory Goyle are Slytherin students in Harry's year; both of their fathers, Crabbe Sr and Goyle Sr, are Death Eaters.

Due to their size and strength, the pair act as Draco Malfoy 's minions and serve "to do Malfoy's bidding", especially to intimidate fellow students.

Both are entirely lacking in introspection or curiosity, though Crabbe is shown to be significantly smarter than Goyle. They seem unable to make up their own minds or to see things their own way.

Crabbe and Goyle make their first appearance as new Slytherin Quidditch Beaters in the opening match against Gryffindor in their fifth year; after Harry catches the Snitch, Crabbe vents his frustration by purposely hitting a Bludger into Harry's back and knocking him off his broom, for which he receives the light punishment of writing lines.

They do not return to the team the following year, as they regularly serve as Malfoy's lookouts during his forays into the Room of Requirement.

After Malfoy leaves the school following the death of Dumbledore just before the end of the term, Crabbe and Goyle are left in a state of loneliness.

The three of them are reunited in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. Both of them speak for the first time, Crabbe's voice being described as "oddly soft for someone with his huge frame" and Goyle's simply as a grunt.

Crabbe has sided with the Death Eaters with more conviction than either Goyle or Malfoy, and becomes increasingly independent of Malfoy, well aware of the Malfoy family's falling out of favour with Voldemort.

The pair have developed into surprisingly powerful wizards. Crabbe and Goyle are mentioned as having excelled in inflicting the Cruciatus Curse on other pupils who had received detentions under Amycus Carrow 's direction: according to Neville Longbottom , it was "the first time they were the best in anything".

During the fight for the Horcrux diadem with Harry, Ron Weasley and Hermione Granger in the Room of Requirement, Crabbe defies Malfoy's order to not kill Harry and casually throws around the Avada Kedavra curse.

Finally, he summons magical fire and turns the room into a blazing inferno, but it quickly rages beyond his control and leads to his death and the destruction of the Horcrux.

Goyle is knocked unconscious during the ensuing fight, but is rescued, along with Draco, by Harry, Ron and Hermione.

Jamie Waylett portrayed Crabbe and Joshua Herdman played Goyle in the first six films of the Harry Potter film series; only Herdman appears in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows — Part 1 and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows — Part 2 , with Crabbe's role in the plot being replaced by Goyle, and Goyle being replaced by Blaise Zabini.

Gabrielle Delacour is the only younger sister of Fleur Delacour. Her age in Goblet of Fire is estimated by Harry to be no more than eight, and this statement is reinforced when it is stated in Deathly Hallows that she is eleven.

During the Triwizard Tournament, in which Fleur is the champion for Beauxbatons , Gabrielle along with Ron, Hermione, and Cho Chang is used as underwater "bait" for the champions to rescue.

Unfortunately Fleur does not manage to rescue Gabrielle in time because she is held back by Grindylows and is forced to return to the surface, but Harry goes on to save her as well as his own hostage, Ron.

Fleur hints in Half-Blood Prince that Gabrielle has developed a crush on Harry, since she "never stops talking" about him.

Gabrielle and Ginny serve as bridesmaids at Bill Weasley and Fleur's wedding in Deathly Hallows. Her part- Veela heritage begins to develop as she matures and she is nicknamed "Fleur in miniature".

She retains the crush on Harry at that time, causing Ginny to clear her throat loudly in mild jealousy when she throws him a flirtatious look.

Gabrielle was portrayed by Angelica Mandy in the film adaptation of Goblet of Fire. Mandy reprised her role for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows — Part 1 , but appeared only in background scenes and was uncredited.

His name is first mentioned in Philosopher's Stone on a Chocolate Frog card which notes that Dumbledore defeated Grindelwald in Grindelwald attended the wizarding school Durmstrang , from which he was expelled at age sixteen for his dangerous and evil experiments that nearly resulted in the deaths of some of his fellow students.

He left the symbol of the Deathly Hallows on one of the walls in Durmstrang before departing. After Durmstrang, he went to live with his great-aunt Bathilda Bagshot in Godric's Hollow, where he met the young Dumbledore.

In Deathly Hallows, it was revealed that Grindelwald had gone to Godric's Hollow to investigate the grave of the Peverell brothers the original owners of the Hallows , but struck up a close friendship with Dumbledore, and the two planned to establish a new world order, where wizards would rule over Muggles "for the greater good".

The phrase later became Grindelwald's excuse for the atrocities he committed in his reign of terror. They also planned to work together in their quest for the Hallows.

However, Aberforth Dumbledore , Albus' younger brother, argued against these plans, because he feared their grand ambitions would leave his disabled, traumatised sister, Ariana , abandoned.

Later the argument culminated in a three-way duel among Albus, Aberforth, and Grindelwald. Ariana was inadvertently killed by one of them.

Grindelwald fled, fearing retribution and Albus ended his friendship with him. Grindelwald became master of one of the Deathly Hallows, the Elder Wand , by stealing it from the previous owner, the wand-maker Gregorovitch.

Gaining the Elder Wand's immense power, he subsequently committed many terrible acts, terrorising Europe while avoiding Britain.

It is revealed that Grindelwald's actions have caused many deaths that have greatly affected the students of Durmstrang, including Viktor Krum , whose grandfather was murdered by Grindelwald.

After Grindelwald's rise to power, Dumbledore delayed meeting him again for several years due to his fear of being confronted with his sister's death and the fact that he himself might have been the one who accidentally killed her.

Both wizards were highly intelligent and skilled in battle, and when their battle eventually occurred, those who witnessed it later said that no other wizarding duel ever matched it.

Grindelwald, who at the time possessed the supposedly unbeatable Elder Wand, lost to Dumbledore. Since Dumbledore won the duel over Grindelwald, the Elder Wand transferred its allegiance to Dumbledore.

After Dumbledore triumphed over Grindelwald, the defeated dark wizard was imprisoned in the top-most cell of Nurmengard.

He remained there, growing emaciated and toothless through the ravages of the prison, until Deathly Hallows when Voldemort arrives, seeking the Elder Wand.

Grindelwald, showing no fear of Voldemort and welcoming death, tells him that he never owned the wand, and an enraged Voldemort kills him.

In the chapter "King's Cross", Harry suggests to Dumbledore that, by lying to Voldemort to prevent him from breaking into Dumbledore's tomb and taking the Elder Wand, Grindelwald may have been trying to atone for his crimes.

In Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows — Part 1 , young Grindelwald is portrayed by Jamie Campbell Bower [13] while the older Grindelwald is played by Michael Byrne.

In the film, unlike in the book, Grindelwald reveals to Voldemort the whereabouts of the Elder Wand. Grindelwald appears in the Fantastic Beasts film series, portrayed by Johnny Depp in the first two films.

This led to him learning of a prophecy involving Dumbledore's assumed dead brother Aurelius. He first appears in Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them , though he is disguised for most of the story as the American Auror Percival Graves, played by Colin Farrell , while seeking out an Obscurus whom he learned to be Credence Barebone.

In Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald , Jamie Campbell Bower reprising his younger self, Grindelwald manages to win over Credence to faction while revealing his true identity as Aurelius.

In November , Depp resigned from the role at the request of Warner Bros. Viktor Krum is a Seeker, a prodigy, for the Bulgarian national Quidditch team.

He is well coordinated on a broom but slightly unbalanced on land. In the Quidditch World Cup title game between Bulgaria and Ireland, he suffers a severe bloody nose during the match and catches the Snitch as quickly as he can to end it, which hands victory to Ireland because Bulgaria was trailing by points at the time.

Krum is named Durmstrang champion upon entering his name for the prestigious Triwizard Tournament. He is often viewed with suspicion by his peers due to Durmstrang's reputation for teaching the Dark Arts, while looked upon with admiration for his feats, mainly by giggling Hogwarts girls.

Whilst competing in the Triwizard Tournament, he takes to visiting the Hogwarts library to try to talk to Hermione. He eventually gains the courage to ask her to the Yule Ball, a traditional formal dance associated with the Triwizard Tournament.

Krum has to rescue her from the merpeople in the Great Lake for the Second Task, revealing his deep affection for her. Immediately afterward, he invited her to stay with him in Bulgaria and stated that he had "never felt this way about a girl before.

When he learns the truth, he and Harry become friendly, shortly before the appearance of a mentally incapacitated Bartemius Crouch Sr. Crouch's disguised son stuns Krum shortly afterward, to murder his father unnoticed.

In the climax of the book, Krum, under the influence of an Imperius Curse cast by Barty Crouch Jr , uses the Cruciatus Curse on Cedric Diggory to eliminate any opposition for Harry to win the tournament, but is not arrested nor punished for this, as he was not in control of his own faculties.

Krum briefly returns in Deathly Hallows, as a wedding guest of Bill and Fleur. He has a heated discussion with Xenophilius Lovegood, after he recognises a symbol that Xenophilius wears around his neck as the mark of Grindelwald; the symbol is later discovered to be the mark of the Deathly Hallows.

His attitude suggests that he wants to get back together with Hermione, and he is disgruntled to see her dancing with Ron. Krum then asked Harry who was disguised as a Weasley whether or not Ginny Weasley was single, showing that he had his eye on her too.

Rowling later stated that Krum eventually found love in his native Bulgaria. Stanislav Ianevski portrayed Krum in the film adaptation of Goblet of Fire.

He made a brief appearance in Deathly Hallows , but his scenes were cut from the film. Augusta Longbottom is Neville's paternal grandmother, introduced in Philosopher's Stone before Neville leaves for Hogwarts.

She raised him from a young age after Neville's parents were tortured and permanently incapacitated using the Cruciatus Curse by a group of Death Eaters led by Bellatrix Lestrange.

Early on, it is established that Neville is terrified of his grandmother, who is a very strict disciplinarian, a perfectionist, a staunch opponent of Voldemort and a no-nonsense witch, especially towards Neville, sometimes complaining he is not as gifted a wizard as his father.

In Order of the Phoenix , Neville discloses that his grandmother fully supports Harry and Dumbledore's proclamations that Voldemort had returned, even going so far as to cancel her subscription to the Daily Prophet , because they keep toeing the Ministry of Magic line that Harry was lying.

Later, Harry and his friends are visiting Arthur Weasley in St Mungo's Hospital for Magical Maladies and Injuries and meet Augusta and Neville who are visiting Frank and Alice Neville's parents ; Augusta explains to Harry's friends how Neville's parents got into that state.

She reprimands Neville for failing to have already told his friends what happened to his parents, saying he should be "proud" to be their son for their bravery.

In Half-Blood Prince , Augusta wants Neville to continue studying Transfiguration instead of Charms , which she considers a soft option.

It is revealed by Minerva McGonagall that Augusta thinks like this because she failed her Charms O. McGonagall also writes a letter to Augusta telling her it's time that she "learned to be proud of the grandson she's got, rather than the one she thinks she ought to have".

Deathly Hallows is a definite turning point for the relationship between Augusta and her grandson. Towards the climax of the book, it is revealed that the Death Eaters targeted Augusta when Neville began acting as leader of the reformed Dumbledore's Army.

The Ministry official John Dawlish is sent to arrest her; according to Neville, he was expecting an old woman living alone to be an easy target.

However, the implications are that Augusta is actually an extremely capable witch, easily overpowering Dawlish and evading capture by the Death Eaters.

She sends Neville an encouraging letter, which he keeps by his heart. Augusta arrives at the Battle of Hogwarts to assist her grandson. Bolstered by Neville's leadership of the D.

In the skit for the Children's Party at the Palace, it is revealed Augusta keeps a mousetrap in her bag. Neville explains that his grandfather placed a Fanged Gerbil in Augusta's bag in , believing it would be funny.

Augusta didn't agree with this, particularly after the gerbil bit her, and placed a mousetrap in her bag to prevent a repeat of this happening again.

Augusta is portrayed by Leila Hoffman in the first film, appearing only in the background escorting Neville to the Hogwarts Express. Xenophilius Lovegood is Pandora Lovegood's husband, Luna Lovegood 's father, and the editor of The Quibbler , a magazine that often publishes stories about wild conspiracy theories or research on seemingly non-existent creatures.

In Greek, his name means "one who likes that which is strange" xeno meaning "strange" and philo meaning "liking" or "fondness".

He is introduced in Deathly Hallows as a guest at the wedding of Fleur Delacour and Bill Weasley, and is said to be a friend.

He is described as eccentric looking, being slightly cross-eyed, with shoulder-length white hair the texture of candyfloss and wearing garishly coloured robes.

Xenophilius wears the symbol of the Deathly Hallows around his neck as a way of showing his willingness to help other believers in the Hallows in their quest to obtain them.

Later in the story, he explains to Harry, Ron, and Hermione the significance of the Deathly Hallows. Although initially one of the staunchest supporters of the anti-Voldemort, pro-Harry Potter movement through his magazine, Xenophilius later betrays the trio's location to the Death Eater-controlled Ministry of Magic in a bid to ensure the safe return of his kidnapped daughter.

After an ensuing battle with Xenophilius and the Death Eaters, the trio escape and the Death Eaters arrest Xenophilius, which saves his reputation, as he is mentioned on the clandestine " Potterwatch " radio broadcast as a persecuted anti-Voldemort dissident, and the issue of The Quibbler in which he attacks Harry is buried under the ruins of his home and never distributed.

Harry, Ron, and Hermione never reveal his attempted betrayal, which was motivated solely by fear for Luna's life.

Welsh actor and singer Rhys Ifans portrays Xenophilius in the film adaptation of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows — Part 1. Edward Remus "Teddy" Lupin is the orphaned only son of Remus Lupin and Nymphadora Tonks and godson of Harry Potter.

He is named after Tonks' late father, Ted Tonks , and his own father, Remus. Teddy is a Metamorphmagus like his mother Nymphadora, and is not affected by his father's lycanthropy.

Narcissa Malfoy , born Narcissa Black to Cygnus Black III and Druella Rosier, is the youngest of three sisters, her older sisters being Bellatrix Lestrange and Andromeda Tonks.

She is a cousin of Sirius and Regulus Black and an aunt to Nymphadora Tonks , Andromeda's daughter. Narcissa attended Hogwarts, where she was in Slytherin.

She later married Lucius Malfoy , with whom she has one son, Draco , of whom she is extremely protective.

Narcissa is first described as a tall, slim blonde who would have been attractive if not for "a look that suggested there was a nasty smell under her nose".

Although Narcissa certainly seems to share the Blacks' and her husband's views on blood purity on the outside, [1] her actions indicate she is far more concerned about the welfare of her family than helping Voldemort.

Although Narcissa makes her first, very brief appearance in Goblet of Fire , where she attends the Quidditch World Cup with her husband and son, her role in the series first becomes important in Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince.

At the beginning of the book, Narcissa and Bellatrix arrive suddenly at Snape's home. Narcissa is distraught, almost hysterical , with her husband imprisoned in Azkaban and her son forced to accept a difficult and dangerous assignment by Voldemort.

She begs Snape to help Draco and asks him to make an Unbreakable Vow , to which he agrees. Narcissa also appears later in the novel, shopping with Draco for his new robes at Madam Malkin's.

She and Draco bump into Harry, Ron and Hermione. Harry taunts Narcissa for her husband being sent to Azkaban, and in turn, she mocks his dead godfather, Sirius Black.

Narcissa also says that "Harry will be reunited with dear Sirius before I am reunited with Lucius", showing that she believes Harry to die soon.

Draco defuses the situation by leaving with his mother. In Deathly Hallows, Narcissa's home is being used against her will as the Headquarters for Voldemort and his Death Eaters and for confining several prisoners, including eventually, Harry, Ron, and Hermione.

When this group escapes with the help of Dobby , Voldemort places Narcissa and her family under house arrest. In the climax of the book, the Malfoys are brought with the other Death Eaters to Hogwarts, when Voldemort invades the castle.

When Voldemort casts a Killing Curse on Harry, Narcissa is ordered to verify his death. When she feels Harry's heart beating, she quietly asks him whether Draco is still alive at Hogwarts, a fact that Harry confirms.

Knowing that she will not be free to search for her son unless she can return with the Death Eaters as part of a "conquering army", Narcissa lies to Voldemort and declares Harry to be dead.

She is later seen at the end of the book, with her husband and son, unsure what to do and how to behave amidst the celebration of Voldemort's death.

However, thanks to her lie to Voldemort, the Malfoys manage to avoid imprisonment in Azkaban. In the film series, Narcissa shows very little to no animosity towards Harry personally, only dueling him after he attacks Draco during the Battle of Malfoy Manor.

Narcissa's question to Harry and subsequent lie to Voldemort are preserved in the film. Narcissa's reaction to the final battle is changed dramatically: she utterly ignores it, literally turning her back on the situation and taking Draco with her, with Lucius following after a moment.

Narcissa is portrayed by Helen McCrory in the film series. McCrory was initially cast as Bellatrix Lestrange, but withdrew due to pregnancy; the role of Bellatrix went to Helena Bonham Carter.

Madame Olympe Maxime is the headmistress of Beauxbatons , the French wizarding school. The character is introduced in Goblet of Fire when her school is invited to the Triwizard Tournament, with Fleur Delacour being elected as Beauxbatons' champion.

When Harry is chosen as the fourth champion and second Hogwarts champion, she is angered and is about to leave the tournament, but she eventually agrees to stay.

In Goblet of Fire , she is described as being elegant and wearing black satin robes, and having olive skin and handsome features, but being extremely tall.

It is revealed that Madame Maxime's huge size is due to her half-giant background. She fiercely denies this, although she is around the same height as fellow half-giant Rubeus Hagrid.

Upon first sight, Hagrid immediately takes a fancy to Madame Maxime, which he shows by attempting to groom himself properly and wearing his hairy brown suit when she is around.

In Order of the Phoenix , Hagrid tells Harry, Ron, and Hermione that he and Madame Maxime visited the giants during that summer to get them on to the Order of the Phoenix 's side.

Unfortunately, they failed in their mission, because Voldemort also sent a group of Death Eaters to address the giants. When giants attack Hagrid, Madame Maxime defended him by using a conjunctivitis curse.

Hagrid describes her spell work as "brilliant". She separates from Hagrid during the return journey, however, because he would not abandon his giant half-brother Grawp , who proves to be a highly taxing travelling companion.

She returns to Beauxbatons alone. In Half-Blood Prince , Madame Maxime is among those paying respects at Dumbledore's funeral. Her last appearance is in Deathly Hallows , where she attends the wedding of Bill Weasley and Fleur Delacour.

Frances de la Tour appeared as Madame Maxime in Goblet of Fire , and reprised the role in Deathly Hallows. Cormac McLaggen is a Gryffindor student one year above Harry.

He is introduced during the train journey to Hogwarts in Half-Blood Prince as a member of Horace Slughorn 's Slug Club due to his uncle's close ties with the Ministry of Magic.

Cormac is depicted as unsympathetic, and his Gryffindor bravery is both a strength and a flaw: he is foolhardy and proud, bordering on arrogant.

Cormac goes up against Ron in trying out for the position of Keeper on the Quidditch team when Harry becomes captain, but Hermione secretly jinxes him with the Confundus Charm, causing him to miss his last save and thus helping Ron retain his spot.

He starts Gryffindor's match against Hufflepuff after Ron is unable to play due to poisoning, but his debut is disastrous as he orders the team about instead of focusing on his own position, knocks Harry unconscious with a Bludger, and contributes to Gryffindor's lopsided —60 loss, thus earning him universal dislike among his housemates.

He briefly becomes a pawn in the escalating tensions between Ron and Hermione, when Hermione invites him to Slughorn's Christmas party as her date, in retaliation for Ron's relationship with Lavender Brown.

The plan backfires when she becomes exasperated with McLaggen's arrogant behaviour, and she leaves him stranded under the mistletoe and avoids him for the remainder of the party.

In Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows — Part 1 , Cormac is seen on the Hogwarts Express, and in Part 2 he is seen participating in, and surviving, the Battle of Hogwarts.

Freddie Stroma played McLaggen in Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince , Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows — Part 1 and Part 2. Muriel is a great-aunt of the Weasley children on Molly's side.

According to Ron, she is rude to just about everyone she meets. Harry first meets her in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows during Bill and Fleur's wedding.

She is described as having bloodshot eyes and a large, feathery pink hat, making her look like a "badly tempered flamingo".

She lends her beautiful goblin -made tiara to Fleur for the wedding. During the wedding, she starts an argument with Elphias Doge about Dumbledore's past and Rita Skeeter 's The Life and Lies of Albus Dumbledore.

In spite of her dislike for the late Dumbledore, Muriel offers support to the Order of the Phoenix, providing her house in The Deathly Hallows for Harry when the Order removes him from the safety of the Dursleys'.

Later in the book, most of the Weasleys and several others hide in her house because they are targeted as blood traitors or Mudbloods. Matyelok Gibbs appears as Muriel in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows — Part 1 , but during the film she is never identified.

Moaning Myrtle born Myrtle Elizabeth Warren [24] is a ghost that haunts the first-floor girls' lavatory at Hogwarts.

True to her nickname, she has a tendency to moan, sob, whine, wail and complain, especially upon the mention of death. Her constant moping and wailing causes plumbing problems in the lavatory she haunts.

In Chamber of Secrets , it is established that the character is the ghost of a Muggle-born witch who died while a student at Hogwarts, fifty years before the events in the book.

Myrtle was hiding in the first-floor girls' lavatory to elude Olive Hornby, a classmate who perpetually tormented her about her glasses, when the Chamber of Secrets was opened and the basilisk emerged and killed her.

Tom Riddle used her death to create his first Horcrux : his diary. Myrtle has since sulkily haunted the same lavatory where she died, but despite her miserable disposition, she is often flirtatious with Harry.

Myrtle assists Harry with his second task in the Triwizard Tournament in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. She tells Harry how to solve the puzzle of the golden egg that he retrieved in the first task, by opening it underwater.

Petunia holds the secret to that for a long time. It all has to do with that letter than Dumbledore left with Harry on that fateful night all those years ago.

It explains about Lily's passing and the circumstances that protect Harry and the Dursleys while he lives with them. Because she is a blood relative of Lily's, Petunia's blood acts as a protection against Voldemort.

On a lighter note, one major thing that only book readers are privy to is the fact that Petunia is blonde. Weird, right?

It's hard to imagine Fiona Shaw as a brightly-haired housewife. Nevertheless, in the books, J. Rowling writes,. Dursley was thin and blonde and had nearly twice the usual amount of neck, which came in very useful.

Petunia tries to avoid the wizarding world at all costs. She briefly sees Ron in Harry's second year, during his infamous escape, and even Dumbledore drops in for a visit later down the line.

In one of her most memorable magical encounters, the Weasleys pop into the Dursley's living room via Floo Powder.

Molly Weasley had previously written to the Dursleys to ask their permission to take Harry for the summer so that he could go to the Quidditch World Cup.

That's why the entire Weasley clan comes to scoop Harry up. After Dudley is attacked by Dementors, Aunt Petunia lets slip that she knows more about the wizarding world than she lets on.

When Vernon sees the state his son is in after a run-in with these creatures, he asks Harry what Dementors are.

To everyone's surprise, it's Petunia who answers. She remembers "that awful boy" meaning James Potter mentioning Dementors being the guards of Azkaban, the wizard prison.

After the Dementor attack, Vernon is so outraged he demands that Harry leave. Before he has a chance to react, a Howler is sent whizzing into the Dursley home.

It's addressed to Petunia and, considering the nature of Howlers, the entire household gets to hear its contents. Dumbledore simply tells Petunia to, "remember my last.

This, of course, is in reference to the letter he sent with Harry as a child, about the protection that Petunia offers.

Sie lernt Vernon Dursley bei der Arbeit kennen und verliebt Stream Lord. Petunia soll sich um Harry kümmern, Season 8 Game Of Thrones dieser alt genug ist, um die gleiche Schule zu besuchen, in der seine Eltern das Zaubern gelernt haben. Oder traf sie diese Entscheidung Technoviking sogar um Harry vor seinen Fähigkeiten zu schützen? Ich Schönling euch hat mein Beitrag über Petunia Dursley gefallen. Petunia Dursley (geb. Evans) ist die Tante von Harry Potter. Sie ist die Ehefrau von Vernon. Ereignisse in den Büchern. Wie Petunia selbst erklärt, hätten die Eltern Evans früher ihre Schwester Lily mit ihren Zauberkräften vergöttert, und sie selbst habe als. Petunia ist die ältere Tochter von Mr. Und Mrs. Evans und hat eine gute Beziehung zu ihrer jüngeren Schwester Lily. Sie spielen häufig. Hallo, heute stelle ich euch Petunia Dursley vor. Viel Spaß! Ein Beitrag von Herminegranger Dezember 3 Kommentare. Bibliothek. © marouh​.

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Petunia Dursley Near the beginning of the novel, his home is a hideout for Harry and Hagrid, as the two are on the run from Voldemort. Whilst competing Samira Shahbandar the Triwizard Tournament, Odins Gold takes to visiting the Hogwarts library to try to talk to Hermione. Shaw has worked extensively with the Royal Shakespeare Company and the National Theatre. Peggy Ashcroft Alison Fiske Joan Plowright Jane Lapotaire Frances de la Tour Elizabeth Quinn Rosemary Leach Judi Dench Thuli Dumakude Pauline Collins Tony Award for Captain Tsubasa J Deutsch Actress in a Play. He kindly responds that Petunia can't attend without magical abilities, which simply devastated her. James is portrayed by Will Dunn in Deathly Hallows: Part 2. Rita's last defaming article states that Harry is "disturbed and dangerous," and uses comments from Draco and his Slytherin cronies as its basis. He uses her to pass on a cursed necklace to Hogwarts student Katie BellHakuouki Stream accidentally touches the necklace and is herself subjected to the very harmful curse intended for the Headmaster. She is described in the books as "a curvy sort of woman" with curly hair; several students—including Ron—have a crush on her. Your aunt knows this. Moaning Myrtle born Myrtle Elizabeth Warren [24] is a ghost that haunts the first-floor girls' lavatory at Hogwarts. Die Reise Nach Sundevit was killed in his sleep after bragging Smile Now Cry Later the wand's invincibility, having won a duel with Petunia Dursley. Her other Nate Hartley work includes playing the title role in Medea in the West End and on Broadway — Petunia Dursley made a cameo appearance in Harry Potter vs Luke Skywalker. She was portrayed by a Lego Minifigure. Petunia Dursley (née Evans) was an English Muggle woman, the elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs Evans and the sister of the Muggle-born witch Lily Potter. During her childhood, she broke off contact with her sister and refused to have any contact with the wizarding world. She married. 8/19/ · Petunia Dursley, despite all that she may seem, is a complicated woman. She is torn between jealousy and intrigue when it comes to her sister's enchanting abilities. She ultimately deals with these emotions by becoming the bitter magic-hating woman that she is. Her days as a Dursley may seem picturesque, but deep down, Petunia is constantly.

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