Büyülü nesneler (Harry Potter)
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Harry Potter ve Zümrüdüanka Yoldaşlığı 'nda Hermione Granger, Dumbledore'un Ordusu üyeleri arasında haberleşmeyi sağlayan büyülü paralar oluşturur. Gerçek galleonlar gibi üstlerinde numaralar bulunur; normallerinde parayı yapan cincüceyi belirleyen bu seri numaraları, büyülü paralarda ise Harry kendininkini ayarladığına otomatik olarak değişerek bir sonraki buluşmanın gün ve saatini göstermektedir. Paralar üzerindeki sayılar değiştiğinde ısınarak sahibini uyarmaktadır.
Harry Potter ve Melez Prens 'te, Draco Malfoy Hogwarts'taki iletişim engellerini aşmak için bir çift büyülü para kullanır, böylece Imperius laneti etkisindeki Madam Rosmerta ile bağlantıda kalabilmektedir. Draco daha sonra bu fikri, Lord Voldemort'un Ölüm Yiyenleri ile iletişim kurmasından etkilenerek paraları hazırlayan Hermione'den edindiğini söyler.
Çığırtkan ciddi bir kızgınlığı göstermek için ya da sadece bir mesaj iletmek için kullanılan bir mektup çeşididir. Açıldığında, gönderenin sesinin şiddeti büyüyle çok kez yükseltilmiş şekilde herkes tarafından duyulur. Eğer açılmazsa kendini patlatır ve ses daha da kötü bir kulak tırmalıyıcı sesle konuşur.[HP2] Film versiyonunda, Çığırtkan'ın origami tarzında dudaklardan oluştuğu ve daha sonra kendini küçük parçalara ayırdığı görülür.
Harry Potter ve Sırlar Odası filminde Ron Weasley babasının büyülenmiş arabasını çalıp Harry ile birlikte Hogwarts'a uçarak gittikten sonra annesi Molly Weasley'den bir Çığırtkan alır. Neville Longbottom Harry Potter ve Azkaban Tutsağı'nda, Sirius Black Gryffindor ortak salonuna girmek için onun kaybettiği parola listesini kullandığında büyük annesinden bir Çığırtkan alır. Daha sonra Harry Potter ve Ateş Kadehi'nde, Hermione Rita Skeeter'ın Harry ile O'nun birlikte olduğunu hikayesini yayımlandıktan sonra Çığırtkan alır. Son olarak Zümrüdüanka Yoldaşlığı'nda, Albus Dumbledore Petunia Dursley'e amcası Vernon Harry'i kapı dışarı etmeye çalışınca, Harry'nin Privet Drive'da yaşamasına izin vermesi için yaptıkları anlaşmayı hatırlatıcı olarak bir Çığırtkan gönderir.
- Ayrıca Bakınız: Harry'nin Görünmezlik Pelerini
Harry Potter Dünyasında, bir görünmezlik pelerini giyen kişiyi görünmez kılar. Görünmezlik pelerinleri birkaç tiptir. Çok nadir bulunan ve bir o kadar da pahalı nesnelerdir, ve Demiguise'lerin derilerinin ipek haline getirilmesi ile yapılır, bu büyülü otçullar (Harry Potter Dünyası'nın) Uzak Doğusunda bulunurlar. Gerçekleri Gösterme Büyüsü veya bir Kamaştırma Büyüsü ile normal bir pelerin haline getirilebilirler. Bu pelerinler zamanla görünmezliklerini kaybederler, ve çeşitli büyüler ile hassas hale getirilebilirler.
Görünmezlik pelerinleri giyen kişinin sadece varlığını görünürlükten gizler, fakat giyen kişinin cisim (katı) olma özelliğini yok etmez yani kişiye dokunulabilir. Alastor Moody'nin sihirli gözü görünmezlik pelerini giymiş kişileri görme özelliğine sahiptir. Kediler (Mrs Norris) ve yılanlar (Nagini) gibi yaratıklar koklama ve duyma gibi bazı güçlü duyuları sayesinde görünmez kişilere karşı daha güçlülerdir, bu yüzden pelerinler ile bu yaratıklardan gizlenmek insanlara nazaran daha zordur. Kitaptaki Ruh Emiciler görme yeteneğine sahip değildirler bunun yerine insanların umutsuzluklarına göre hareket etme yeteneğine sahiptirler, bu sayede Ruh Emiciler görünmezlik pelerininden etkilenmezler.
Harry'nin pelerini haricinde, Moody'nin iki tane pelerininin olduğu bilinmektedir. Bunlardan birini Zümrüdüanka Yoldaşlığı hareketi sırasında Sturgis Podmore'dan ödünç almıştır. Diğerini ise Barty Crouch Senior oğlunu saklamak için kulanmıştır.
Püfür sıradan bir çakmak gibi görünen Dumbledore'un icat ettiği alettir. Bir ışık kaynağından ışığı soğurup tekrar yerine koyarak kullanıcısının gizliliğini sağlamak amacıyla kullanılır.Harry Potter ve Felsefe Taşı 'nda, Dumbledore, Püfür'ü Dursley'nin yaşadığı yer olan Privet Drive'ı karartmak için kullanmıştır.. Püfürün seride sonraki görünüşü 'Zümrüdüanka Yoldaşlığında olmuştur. Dumbledore püfürü Harry'yi Dursley lerden alıp Grimmauld Meydanı 12 numara'ya götürmekle görevli Deligöz Moody 'ye ödünç vermiştir. Melez Prenste ise Dumbledore püfürü Harry'yi Privet Drive'dan almadan önce kullanır .
Son olarak Ölüm Yadirgarları' nda görülen püfür Dumbledore tarafından Ron'a miras bırakılır. Ron sinirlenipte arkadaşlarını terk ettikten sonra, Püfür eve dönmek için gereken yolu gösterdiğine ait özelliğini ortaya çıkardı. Ron aygıt sayesind Hermonie'nin sesini ismini söylerken duyar ve Püfür'ü tıkırdattığında bir ışık Ron'un içine girer böylece Harry ve Hermonie'nin bulunduğu kampa geri dönmesine aygıt sağlamış olur. Rowling stated that Dumbledore left it to Ron because he believed he might have needed a little more guidance than Harry and Hermione.
Şanlı El Borgin ve Burkes'te bir yastık üzerinde sergilenen bir el olarak tarif edilir. Bir mum ele yerleştirildiğinde, sadece sahibine ışık verir. ilk defa Draco ve babası Lucius Malfoy Harry Potter ve Sırlar Odası'nda, Knockturn Yolu'ndaki Karanlık Sanatlar mağazası Borgin ve Burkes'ü ziyaret ettinde bahsedilmiştir. Draco eli almak istediğini babasına söylediğinde Lucius elin bir hırsız aracı olduğunu söyleyerek, bu isteğini reddetti. Harry Potter ve Melez Prens'te Draco Peru Anında Karanlık Tozu kullandıktan sonra Şanlı El'i kullanarak ölüm yiyenleri Dumbledore'un Ordusu üyelerinin arasından görülmeden geçirmek için kullandı.
Diğer Karanlık Nesneler[değiştir]
- Yasak kitaplarda geçenler:
- Bir büyücünün şiirleri, okuyanı sonsuza dek esprili bir biçimde konuşturabilir
- Okuyanın gözlerini dağlayan bir kitap
- Okuyan kişinin bir daha ayrılamadığı bir kitap .
- Borgin & Burkes da bulunabilen isimsiz nesneler:
- Kanlı oyun kartları
- Camdan yapılmış parlak bir göz
- Kötü görünümlü maskeler
- İnsan Kemikleri
- Paslı ve eski ensturmanlar
- Hangman'ın ipinden yapılmış uzun bir düğüm
- On dokuz Muggle'ın canıyla lanetlenmiş bir opal kolye ve aynı zamanda Harry Potter ve Melez Prens de Katie Bell'i neredeyse öldürecek olan kolyedir.
- Knockturn Yolu'nda bulunabilen nesneler:
- Zehirli mumlar
- İnsan Tırnakları
- Etçil salyangozları uzaklaştırıcılar
- Grimmauld Meydanı, 12 Numara da bulunabilen nesneler:
- Wartcap Tozu ile doldurulmuş gümüş bir enfiye kutusu
- Harry'nin derisi delmeye çalışmış ama kaçmayı başarmış çok ayaklı cımbızlar gibi ince ve uzun bir alet, Sirius tarafından yok edilmiştir
- Uğursuz ve kötü bir müzik kutusu fakat dinleyenlerini çok ilgi çekici bir tonla derin bir uykuya daldırır, Ginny Weasley tarafından durdurulmuştur
- Önünden geçenleri ağır çivilerle vuran bir dede saati (Sarkaçlı duvar saati)
- Ron'u boğazlamaya çalışmış eski ve mor bir cüppe takım
- Ağzına kadar kanla doluymuş gibi görünen ,büyük bir opal takımla süslenmiş, bir kristal şişe
- Paslı Hançerler
- Sargılanmış yılan derileri
The Deathly Hallows are three magical objects that are the focus of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. The form, function, and purpose of each of the Hallows are revealed as the plot of the novel progresses. In the course of their investigation into Voldemort's Horcruxes, Harry, Ron, and Hermione speak with Xenophilius Lovegood who explains that the search for the legendary Hallows is referred to as the Quest. Also, very few actually believe this story, though many, like Viktor Krum, believe the sign of the Deathly Hallows to be the mark of Gellert Grindelwald.
According to The Tale of the Three Brothers, the Peverell brothers found Death. Death gave them a choice of anything they wanted; the first brother chose a wand that could not be defeated in battle, the second asked for a way to bring back someone from death, and the third selected a cloak that made the wearer invisible to hide from Death himself. According to Rowling, the story about how these objects came into existence is based upon Geoffrey Chaucer's The Pardoner's Tale.
The Elder Wand, known throughout history as the Deathstick and the Wand of Destiny, is an extremely powerful wand made of elder wood with a core of Thestral tail hair. Supposedly, it is the most powerful wand in existence, and when used by its true master, he or she cannot be defeated in a duel, although this is later proven false. It also appears, as the wand is somewhat sentient (as are all wands), that it will not allow itself to cause real harm to its true master. As stated by Mr. Ollivander the wandmaker, the wand will only fully work for the new user if they directly disarm, stun or kill (even in Muggle fashion) the previous master. Rowling has stated that the wand is brutal in its choice of master, and that, whilst most wands have some allegiance to their own masters, the Elder Wand only responds to power. If a master dies naturally without ever being defeated, the wand's power will die for any following owner, since it was never won from the former.
After boasting of his unbeatable wand, Antioch Peverell was murdered in his sleep by a rival wanting to claim the wand. Ever since, power-hungry wizards have sought the wand. It eventually came to the possession of Gregorovitch, a Bulgarian wandmaker. Gregorovitch boasted about possessing the Elder Wand, believing it would boost his popularity as he tried to reverse engineer its secrets as he faced competition from Ollivander. It subsequently fell to Gellert Grindelwald, who stole it from the famed wandmaker, Gregorovitch. Ultimately Grindelwald was defeated by Dumbledore, who then assumed control of the wand, it being the "only hallow [he] was fit to possess, not to boast of it or kill with it, but to tame it."
When Dumbledore arranged his own death with Severus Snape, he meant for Snape to "end up with the Elder Wand." Because his death would not have been the result of his defeat, Dumbledore hoped this might break the wand's power. However, since Draco disarmed Dumbledore, the plan failed and Draco became the wand's new master. After Dumbledore's death, the wand was placed inside his tomb. In the final book, Voldemort learns about the wand and goes on a search for it. The Dark Lord eventually knows that Dumbledore possessed the wand and opened his tomb and claimed the wand as his own. Only later did he learn that he never mastered the wand because he did not gain ownership from its previous owner. Thereafter he slew Snape, not realizing that the wand's allegiance had passed to Draco, even though Draco never had the Elder Wand itself in his possession; furthermore, Draco was disarmed by Harry, and thus relieved of the Elder Wand's allegiance, before Voldemort even took possession of the wand itself. In the Battle of Hogwarts, the Elder Wand recognizes Harry as its true master, and when confronted with Harry's Expelliarmus charm, the wand causes Voldemort's final Killing Curse to rebound and kill him. After repairing his damaged holly and phoenix feather wand with the Elder Wand, Harry intends to return it to Dumbledore's tomb, in the hope of fulfilling Dumbledore's original plan: for the reigning owner of the Elder Wand to die a natural death, thus ending its bloody trail of violence.
The Resurrection Stone allows the holder to communicate with the dead. According to the fairy tale concerning the origin of the Deathly Hallows, using the Resurrection Stone drove its original owner, Cadmus Peverell, to commit suicide after seeing his deceased fiancée but being unable to be truly with her. By the time the stone was seen in Marvolo Gaunt's possession, it had been set into a ring that bore the symbol of the Deathly Hallows, which Gaunt believed to be the Peverell coat of arms. Both Dumbledore and Grindelwald desired the stone, but for different reasons. While Dumbledore wanted it to communicate with his dead family, Grindelwald intended to use it to create an army of Inferi. Voldemort turned the ring into a Horcrux, not knowing its magical nature.
Dumbledore recovered the ring from Marvolo's estate, recognizing it as both a Horcrux and one of the Deathly Hallows. Forgetting that as a Horcrux, the Resurrection Stone was likely cursed, and motivated by personal desire, Dumbledore attempted to use the Resurrection Stone to talk to his deceased family. However, the curse destroyed his hand and began to spread throughout his body. Though the spreading was partly contained in the destroyed and blackened hand by Snape, Dumbledore was doomed, having at most a year to live.
The stone was later passed to Harry through Dumbledore's will, hidden inside the Snitch that Harry caught in his first-ever Quidditch match with his mouth, nearly swallowing it. The Snitch revealed the message "I open at the close" when touched by Harry's lips. Harry is unable to open the Snitch until he is about to die, and he realizes that "the close" means the end, or his death. Harry uses the stone to summon his parents, Sirius, and Remus Lupin to comfort him before he meets Voldemort. The stone slips through Harry's numb fingers in the Forbidden Forest. He and Dumbledore's portrait later agreed that Harry would neither search for it nor tell others where it is. In a recent interview, Rowling said she would like to believe that a centaur's hoof pushed it into the ground, burying it forever.
According to the legend, the Cloak of Invisibility has the power to shield the wearer from being seen by Death. It is a true invisibility cloak, in the sense of being able to completely shield the wearer from sight, and cannot be worn out by time or spells. In Deathly Hallows, it is revealed that Harry's cloak is in fact one of the Deathly Hallows. It originally belonged to Ignotus Peverell. After his death, the cloak was passed down from father to son, through Peverell's descendants to James Potter. The cloak was not in James's possession the night he was murdered; he had previously lent it to Dumbledore, who was greatly interested in the Deathly Hallows, to study. Dumbledore gave the cloak to Harry several years later as a Christmas present during his first year at Hogwarts. Harry uses the cloak throughout the series in order to sneak around the school on various adventures. It is large enough for Ron and Hermione to accompany him, and they frequently do, although this becomes increasingly difficult as they grow up throughout the series. At the end of Book 7, Dumbledore explains to Harry that the Cloak's true magic is that it can shield and protect others as well as its owner.
While making the wearer invisible to ordinary people and wizards, some creatures are able to sense people hidden under it. Snakes, for example, cannot see through the Cloak of Invisibility, but they can sense movement and heat, and therefore can detect people under it. Mrs. Norris, the cat, also seems to see Harry when he wears the cloak. Wearers can also be detected by the "Homenum Revelio" spell. In Goblet of Fire, Moody's magical eye could see Harry through the cloak. In the Prisoner of Azkaban Dumbledore warns that Dementors' perception of humans is unhindered by invisibility cloaks, as they sense people through emotions.
At the conclusion of the seventh book in the series, Harry decides that the Invisibility Cloak will be the only Hallow that he will keep, and intends to pass it on to his descendants.
A Foe-glass is a mirror that detects and shows its owner's enemies in or out of focus, depending on how close they are. However, like all Dark detectors, it can be fooled, as mentioned by Harry in the fifth book at the beginning of the first D.A. meeting. Moody, actually Barty Crouch Jr in disguise, claimed that when the figures are most focused, they are nearest.
A Probity Probe detects spells of concealment and hidden magical objects. The detector made its first appearance in Order of the Phoenix as thin and golden in colour. After Voldemort's return, Probes are used as part of the increased security at Gringotts. They are last seen when Harry, Ron, and Hermione arrive at Gringotts to rob the bank of one of Voldemort's Horcruxes.
Hatırlatıcı bir şey unutulduğunda kırmızıya dönen duman içeren küçük şeffaf bir küredir. Ne yazık ki, kullanıcısına neyi unuttuğunu söyleyemez . Çok unutkan olan Neville'e Felsefe Taşında büyükannesi tarafından bir hatırlatıcı verilir , ama Neville ama onu beşinci yılda kaybeder. Malfoy Felsefe Taşında onu saklamak üzere çalar ancak Harry ona engel olur ve Malfoy'un fırlatıığı hatırlatıcıyı yakalar. Harry'nin yakalayışından etkilenen Minerva McGonagall onu gryffindor quidditch takımı na arayıcı olarak alır. Bunların S.B.D
sınavlarında kullanımı yasaktır.
Harry Potter ve Felsefe Taşı DVD si hatırlatıcılara yaklaşım hakkında bir yazılım içerir.
The Secrecy Sensor is a dark detector described as "an object that looked something like an extra-squiggly, golden television aerial." It vibrates when it detects concealment and lies. Moody mentions that it is, "No use here of course, too much interference--students in every direction lying about why they haven't done their homework." However, it may be that this was due to the sinister intentions of Moody (actually Barty Crouch Jr.).
In Order of the Phoenix, it is shown that Secrecy Sensors are used at the Atrium Desk in the Ministry of Magic upon visitors to the government locale. Later in the book, Harry mentions that they can be easily fooled like its other dark-detecting counterparts. In Half-Blood Prince, due to Hogwarts's new stringent security measures, Argus Filch is assigned to run every student entering the castle with Secrecy Sensors. All the owls flying into Hogwarts, too, are placed under this measure to detect that no Dark object enters the castle through mail. Later, Hermione explains that though Secrecy Sensors detect jinxes, curses, and concealment charms, they cannot detect love potions, as they are not dark.
A Sneakoscope serves as a Dark Arts detector. The device is described as a miniature glass-spinning top that emits shrill noises in the presence of deception. For instance, when an untrustworthy person is near or when a deceitful event takes place nearby.
Sneakoscopes are introduced in Prisoner of Azkaban when Harry receives one from Ron for his 13th birthday. The sneakoscope appears again on the Hogwarts Express, and again up in Harry and Ron's dormitory. Harry later discovers that Scabbers, Ron's rat, who is present each time the Sneakoscope is spinning, is actually a traitorous Animagus named Peter Pettigrew. In Goblet of Fire, the somewhat paranoid Moody has several sneakoscopes that he somehow disabled (possibly related to a crack it was described as having), claiming, "It wouldn't stop whistling." However, it was later revealed that Mad-Eye was really Barty Crouch Jr under the effects of the Polyjuice Potion, thus explaining the constant alerts in his presence. Finally in Deathly Hallows, Hermione gives Harry a Sneakoscope for his seventeenth birthday which they later use to help as a lookout while in hiding.
Weasley aile saati[değiştir]
The Weasleys have a special clock in their home, the Burrow, with nine hands, one for every member of the family. Instead of telling the time, the clock reveals the location or status of each family member. The known locations are: Home, School, Work, Travelling, Lost, Hospital, Prison, and Mortal Peril. The Weasleys are the only family mentioned in the series to own such a clock. Dumbledore calls the clock "wonderful" and seems impressed by it, suggesting that it is an extremely powerful object.
The location mortal peril is situated on the round clock where the numeral 12 would normally be. Throughout the first five books, the hands change to reflect the varying statuses of the family members, but by the sixth book, all nine hands point to mortal peril at all times, except when someone is travelling. Mrs Weasley takes this to mean that, with Voldemort having returned, everyone is always in mortal peril, but she cannot verify this, because she does not know anyone else who has a clock like hers.[HP6]
Gobstones is one of the many magical games played by young wizards in the books, along with Wizard's Chess and Exploding Snap. Gobstones is similar to the real games of marbles and pétanque, except that in Gobstones, the balls spit, or gob, a foul smelling liquid in the face of the opposing player when they lose a point. Hogwarts students are seen playing Gobstones throughout the books, and there is even a Gobstones Club at the school.
Kendini karan oyun kartları[değiştir]
In Chamber of Secrets, a pack of Self-Shuffling cards is mentioned as one of the objects littering the floor of Ron's room.
Sihirbaz Satrancı is played with pieces and a board like real chess, except that the pieces are animated and they destroy each other if they land on an opponent's square. The players simply tell the pieces to move using algebraic chess notation, and the pieces obey. The pieces attack each other in cases where an opposing player's piece would be taken, usually by knocking the captured piece out and dragging it off the board. Ron has a set left to him by his grandfather and Harry first plays with pieces borrowed from Seamus Finnigan, (it is said that the pieces kept shouting him advice because they did not trust him).[HP1] Harry later gets a set of his own in one of his wizard crackers during his first Christmas at Hogwarts. During the climactic chapters of Philosopher's Stone Harry, Ron and Hermione become human chess pieces, in a life-sized game of wizard's chess, thus risking their lives. Ron responds to the first move by using the Scandinavian Defence to verify that the chess pieces are enchanted and can smash each other. Later in the game, Ron sacrifices himself leading to Harry successfully checkmating the opposing King.
Recently, the company Deagostini released a magazine series called Harry Potter Chess, which is based on the life-sized game near the end of the film version of Philosopher's Stone and each piece is specially animated. The chess pieces that come with it are based on the life-sized pieces in the film. Arco Toys and others also have a Wizards Chess Set.
Exploding Snap is a wizarding card game in which the cards spontaneously explode during games. The game is popular with Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry students. Harry Potter and Ron Weasley were held back from investigating why spiders were fleeing Hogwarts because the twins Fred and George Weasley delayed them with such a game. Ron Weasley singed his eyebrows while building a card house with Exploding Snap cards. In the Order of the Phoenix, Lee Jordan is punished by Dolores Umbridge for saying that she cannot tell them off for playing this game as one of her Educational Decrees states that teachers can only talk about subjects they are paid to teach.
Efsanevi büyülü eserler[değiştir]
The Goblet of Fire is a goblet made of wood and is used at the beginning of every Triwizard Tournament. It is used solely to choose the participating school champions, serving as an "impartial judge".[HP4] Slips of paper with the names of potential candidates are placed in the Goblet and, at the designated time, a representative from each school is chosen when the slip of paper containing their name spouts forth from the Goblet in a fountain of magical fire. The fake Moody stated once that the Goblet of Fire was "a very powerful magical object" and it is very difficult to be hoodwinked, unless someone uses an exceptionally strong Confundus Charm.
During its use in Goblet of Fire, it is placed in the entrance hall and surrounded by an "age line," a charm placed by Dumbledore to prevent underage wizards from entering the tournament. When not in use, the goblet is kept in a jeweled casket.
Gryffindor's Sword is a goblin-made sword adorned with large rubies on the pommel. It was once owned by Godric Gryffindor, one of the medieval founders of Hogwarts. In Chamber of Secrets, Harry draws the Sword out of the Sorting Hat to kill a basilisk. The sword also plays a role in Deathly Hallows, where it is revealed to have been imbued with basilisk venom (as the Sword absorbs anything that would make it stronger), and is used to destroy three of Voldemort's Horcruxes.
Because the Sword was goblin-forged, it is indestructible and according to Griphook the goblin, the Sword was originally forged by the goblin Ragnuk the First and "stolen" (purchased) by Gryffindor. The Sword was stolen (or retrieved, as goblins would say) by Griphook when the Sword fell from Harry's grasp during the raid on Bellatrix Lestrange's vault in book seven. However, it again returned to human hands later in the book, when Neville pulled it out of the Sorting Hat and used it to decapitate Nagini, Voldemort's snake. This shows that apparently, no matter where the sword happened to be at the time, it would reappear in the hat when a true member of Gryffindor house is in need of it.
Rowling has confirmed in her webchat that Gryffindor did not steal the sword from Ragnuk and that this belief is merely part of Griphook's goblin mistrust and prejudice against wizards.
Based upon the ancient alchemical idea of the Philosopher's Stone, the Philosopher's Stone (renamed the Sorcerer's Stone in the American version) is a stone, owned by Nicolas Flamel. The stone is legendary in that it changes all metals to gold, and can be used to brew an elixir that can make the drinker immortal. The Philosopher's Stone is seen only in the first book, and is the object that Voldemort is pursuing to return himself to power. It was destroyed at the end of the book by Dumbledore with Flamel's agreement.
The Sorting Hat is a sapient artifact used at Hogwarts, which magically determines to which of the four schoolhouses - Gryffindor, Hufflepuff, Ravenclaw or Slytherin - each new student is to be assigned. During the opening banquet at the beginning of the school year, the hat is placed on every First-Year student’s head. The hat will announce its choice aloud, and the student joins the selected house. Judging from Harry's own account of his Sorting, and a brief comment made by Hermione, the hat speaks to the student while they're being sorted and is willing to take the student's preferences into account when it makes its decision. The Sorting Hat had a difficult time placing Harry, almost placing him into Slytherin house before he requested specifically and emphatically not to be. The Hat instead placed him into Gryffindor, the house of both his mother and father. Rowling has stated that the reason for the hat's indecision as to which house to place him into was because it sensed the part of Voldemort's soul within Harry. The Sorting Hat originally belonged to Godric Gryffindor, one of the four founders of Hogwarts. Due to its age, it appears "patched and frayed and extremely dirty." Before sorting the students each year, the hat recites a new introductory song. These songs occasionally warn of danger to come, as in Order of the Phoenix. The Sorting Hat's songs vary in length and content, but always include a brief description of each house.
The Sorting Hat has shown the ability to conjure the sword of Gryffindor from under its brim on two instances; in Chamber of Secrets, it provides the sword to Harry, and in Deathly Hallows, it delivers the sword to Neville. Dumbledore makes it clear in Chamber of Secrets that only a true Gryffindor can summon the sword in this fashion. In Deathly Hallows the Sorting Hat is set on fire by Voldemort, although it appears the hat was not destroyed, as Neville was able to draw the Sword of Gryffindor from it immediately after. In the epilogue at the end of Deathly Hallows, the Hat's survival is confirmed, as Harry tells his youngest son that, if he really did not want to be sorted into Slytherin the Hat would take his preference into consideration.
In the first two Harry Potter films, the hat is voiced by actor Leslie Phillips.
The Mirror of Erised is a mystical mirror discovered by Harry in a back corridor of Hogwarts in Philosopher's Stone. On it is inscribed, erised stra ehru oyt ube cafru oyt on wohsi — which, when reversed and correctly spaced, reads I show not your face but your heart's desire. Harry, upon encountering the Mirror, can see his parents, as well as what appears to be a crowd of relatives; Ron sees himself as Head Boy and Quidditch Captain holding the Quidditch Cup (thus revealing his wish to be acknowledged out of the shadow of his highly successful older brothers, as well as his more popular friend, Harry). Dumbledore cautions Harry that the mirror gives neither knowledge nor truth and that men have wasted away before it, entranced by what they see.
Dumbledore, one of the few other characters to face the Mirror in the novel, claims to see himself holding a pair of socks, telling Harry that "one can never have enough socks", and lamenting that he did not receive any for Christmas, since people will insist on giving him books. However, it is suggested in Deathly Hallows that what he really sees is his entire family alive and well and happy together again.
The Mirror of Erised was the final protection given to the Philosopher's Stone in the first book. Dumbledore hid the Mirror and hid the Stone inside it, knowing that only a person who wanted to find the Stone, but not use it, would be able to obtain the stone. Anyone else would see himself making an Elixir of Life or turning things to gold, rather than actually finding the Stone.
The mirror's current fate is unknown.
İki Taraflı Ayna[değiştir]
In Order of the Phoenix, Sirius gives Harry a mirror he originally used to communicate with James in detention. That mirror is a part of a set of Two-way Mirrors that are activated by holding one of them and saying the name of the other possessor, causing his or her face to appear on the caller's mirror and vice versa. Harry receives this mirror from Sirius in a package after spending his Christmas holiday at Grimmauld Place. Harry, at first, chooses not to open the package, although he does discover the mirror after Sirius's death, by which point it is no longer functional. It makes its second appearance in Half-Blood Prince when Mundungus Fletcher loots Grimmauld Place and sells it to Aberforth Dumbledore, who uses it to watch out for Harry in Deathly Hallows. When Harry desperately cries for help at a shard of the magical mirror, a brilliant blue eye belonging to Aberforth (which Harry, however, mistakes for Albus' eye), appears and sends Dobby, who arrives to help Harry escape from Malfoy Manor to Shell Cottage.
Fotoğraflar ve Portreler[değiştir]
Amortentia causes the drinker to develop a powerful obsession and infatuation with the "giver" of the potion. It is usually either forced upon someone or covertly given. Its effects grow stronger the longer it awaits consumption, as seen in Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince when Ron mistakenly eats a box of Chocolate Cauldrons spiked with the intense love potion intended for Harry. The potion's aroma is unique to each person who consumes it, as it smells like whatever attracts each individual. It is the most powerful aphrodisiac of all. It can also be identified by its characteristic spirals of steam and its mother-of-pearl sheen.
Yaşayan Ölünün Yudumu[değiştir]
The Draught of Living Death is a potion that will place the drinker in such a deep sleep that they appear to be dead, hence the name. It is made from powdered root of asphodel which is added to an infusion of wormwood, and was first mentioned in Harry's first-ever Potions lesson with Snape. In The Half-Blood Prince, Harry receives top marks for brewing this potion so well, having used the handwritten advice in the Half-Blood Prince's (i.e. Snape's) book. He is then awarded a small bottle of the potion Felix Felicis as a prize.
The Draught of Peace is a potion to calm anxiety and soothe agitation. In Order of the Phoenix, Snape makes Harry and his class make it. It is a very difficult potion to make as the ingredients have to be added in exactly the right order, the mixture has to be stirred exactly the right number of times and the heat of the flames on which it is simmering has to be lowered to exactly the right level for the right number of minutes before the final ingredient is added.
Felix Felicis, also called "liquid luck," is a potion that grants whoever drinks it unusually good luck; the time span depending on how much is imbibed. It is dangerous in large quantities and banned in all sporting events. It looks like gold in fluid form, but in the film, it is transparent. According to Horace Slughorn, side effects include giddiness and overzealousness, among other effects related to overconfidence. In Half-Blood Prince, Harry pretends to give some to Ron so that he will do well at Quidditch, and Ron's luck turns for the better, with the confidence working as a placebo. Harry uses some of it in order to extract memories from Slughorn about Voldemort and Horcruxes, and the rest is shared between Ron, Hermione, Ginny, Neville, and Luna Lovegood when Death Eaters break into Hogwarts and kill Dumbledore.
Çok ve-özlü İksir Çok Özlü İksir içen en sık belirli bir süre için başka bir kişi, bir saat gibi görünmesini sağlar. Bu, bu tür içen saç telinin olarak, dönüşmesi istediği kişi bir kısmı da dahil olmak üzere çeşitli maddeler ile yapılır. Onun tadı ve görünüşü kişiye bağlı görünmektedir. Bu, ilk olarak bunların Draco sorgulamak böylece Harry ve Ron Crabbe ve Goyle haline dönüştürmek için izin vermek için Sırlar Odası kullanılır. Ateş Kadehi ise, Barty Crouch Jr Moody kılığında kullanır. İhtiyaç Odası korurken Half-Blood Prince, Crabbe ve Goyle genç kızlar kendilerini gizlemeye iksir kullanın. Ölüm Yadigarları, öncelikle Voldemort ve Ölüm Yiyenler için tuzakları oluştururken, Harry benzerler içine Sipariş üyeleri dönüştürmek için kullanılır. Daha sonra, Harry ilk Bill Weasley ve bir kurgusal olarak Fleur Delacour düğününde kendini gizlemek için kullandığı "Barny Weasley." Ayrıca, Harry, Ron ve Hermione Bakanlığı yetkilileri gibi kendilerini gizleyerek, Sihir Bakanlığı sızmak için kullanabilirsiniz. Godric'in Hollow keşfetmek süre sonra o ve Hermione orta yaşlı bir Muggle çift olarak kendilerini gizlemek ve nihayet Hermione Gringotts'taki tonoz içine kırmak için Bellatrix olarak kendini gizler.Ihanet bir taklitçi ararken kimse Hagrid kontrol ederken Hermione o yanlışlıkla kedi saç içeren bir doz alır Sırlar Odası keşfeder gibi iksir sadece insan-insan tecellisi ile düzgün çalışır, bu fikri daha da Ölüm Yadigarları pekiştiril Hagrid yarısı dev gibi, Privet Drive Harry dışına taşımak için planlıyoruz.
Veritaserum is also known as the truth potion or truth serum. Only three drops of this potion is needed to force anyone to tell the true answer to any question. An example of its use is when it is used on Barty Crouch Jr. in Goblet of Fire. In Order of the Phoenix, Umbridge tried to use it while interrogating students about their affiliation with Dumbledore's Army, but was actually using an ineffective potion supplied by Snape, and Harry pretended to drink it. In Half-Blood Prince, Harry considered using the potion to get Slughorn to reveal his memories about Voldemort, but thought better of it, and in Deathly Hallows Rita used the potion to extract the story of Dumbledore's childhood from Bathilda Bagshot. Rowling has revealed on her fansite that Veritaserum can be fooled using Occlumency and is not usually accepted in wizard courts.
Weasleys'lerin Büyücü Oyunları[değiştir]
Prank objects from Weasleys' Wizard Wheezes are made and designed by the owners of the shop, Fred and George. Weasley's Wild-fire Whiz-Bangs are enchanted fireworks with overly spectacular effects. Skiving Snackboxes are candies that are designed to sicken the eater in order to skive off lessons. Each variety of Snackboxes causes a different effect, such as vomiting, fainting or developing nosebleeds - one side of the candy causes the malady, while the other half cures it. Patented Daydream Charms are a kit that puts the user into realistic daydreams, which can be fitted into lessons. A Headless Hat creates a limited field of invisibility that covers the wearer's head, giving them the appearance of not having a head. Its counterpart is a Shield Hat that deflects minor hexes and curses. Though Fred and George design the latter to be a trick item, Ministry officials are impressed by its practical value and order 500 of them; Shield Cloaks and Shield Gloves soon go on sale as well.
Trick Wands are magical fake wands that turn into a silly item (rubber chickens, tin parrots, etc.) when someone tries to use them. Varieties that are more expensive beat the unwary user about the head and neck. Ton-Tongue Toffees make the eater's tongue grow to an alarmingly large size temporarily as read about in the fourth book when Fred 'accidentally' drops some in front of Harry's cousin, Dudley. Canary Creams make the eater turn into a large canary for a short amount of time.
Zonko'nun Şaka Dükkanı[değiştir]
Zonko's Joke Shop was a favorite place for Hogwarts students to shop on Hogsmeade trips. It carried "jokes and tricks to fulfill even Fred and George's wildest dreams." Such products were Dungbombs, Hiccup Sweets, Frog Spawn Soap, and Nose-Biting Teacups.
Other prank objects include Belch Powder, Dungbombs (explodes and causes a large and extremely smelly mess), and Ever-Bashing Boomerangs (which hit their target repeatedly after being thrown and are banned at Hogwarts). Fanged Frisbees are literally Frisbees with fangs and are first mentioned in Goblet of Fire as one of Filch's newest restricted items at the beginning of term speech. However, they make their first appearance in Half-Blood Prince when Ron whirled one around the Gryffindor common room, it changed course with a mind of its own, and took a bite out of a curtain.
More objects include Screaming Yo-Yos, which scream loudly when worked, and Stink Pellets, which are used to distract prefects and teachers, and give an unpleasant smell.
Moody'nin Büyülü Bavulu[değiştir]
Alastor Moody owns an especially bewitched magical trunk. It has seven locks on it, and the trunk opens to a different assortment of objects for each lock. Most notably, though, the seventh compartment is about 10 fit (3.0 m) deep (possibly because of the use of an Undetectable Extension Charm), and is where Barty Crouch Jr. imprisoned the real Moody. Other compartments contain spellbooks, Dark Detectors, and Moody's Invisibility Cloak.
A Pensieve is a stone receptacle used to store and review memories. Covered in mystic runes, it contains memories that take physical form as a type of matter that is described as neither liquid nor a solid. A witch or wizard can extract their own or another person’s memories, store them in the Pensieve, and review them later. It also relieves the mind when it becomes cluttered with information. Anyone can examine the memories in the Pensieve, which also allows viewers to fully immerse themselves in the memories stored within, much like a magical form of real world virtual reality.
Users of these devices view the memories from a third-person-point-of-view, providing a near-omniscient perspective of the events preserved. Rowling confirmed that memories in the pensieve allow one to view details of things that happened even if they did not notice or remember them, and stated that "that's the magic of the Pensieve, what brings it alive". The "memories" contained in the Pensieve have the appearance of silver threads. Memories that have been heavily manipulated or tampered with to alter perspectives, or are simply aged and gone-spoiled (such as Slughorn's), may appear thick and jelly-like and offer obscured viewing. Memories are not limited to just those of humans, since at least Hokey the house-elf provided Dumbledore with a memory as well. It makes a last appearance in Deathly Hallows when Harry uses it to uncover the truth about Snape.
In the Half-Blood Prince film, Dumbledore has a separate case for holding vials of memories, which can be poured into the Pensieve.
Hermione'nin boncuklu küçük çantası[değiştir]
Hermione used an Undetectable Extension Charm on her handbag which contains almost everything they need when they Disapparate from Bill and Fleur's wedding reception in Deathly Hallows.
Mokeskin pouches can store items inside them, and no one but the owner can retrieve them. Harry uses the one he got as a birthday present from Hagrid to store the Snitch Dumbledore's will gives him, a shard from Sirius' broken two way mirror, and the fake Horcrux locket into it. Rufus Scrimgeour also owns one, which he uses to keep the items of Dumbledore's will and deliver them to Harry, Ron and Hermione.
Broomsticks are used for transportation by wizards and witches of all ages, and for the game of Quidditch. Their use is similar to that of flying carpets, although the latter are banned in Great Britain. However, they are uncomfortable for extensive trips, even with the cushion charm. Broomsticks are treated as a major consumer product in the Wizarding world. There are numerous brands and models of brooms, all of which vary in their capabilities. These range from expensive high-performance models to toy broomsticks for young children that only fly a few feet off the ground to even family-sized broomsticks that have room for an entire family to sit down on and have a luggage compartment below the seating area.
Since Harry plays Quidditch, his brooms - a Nimbus 2000, and later a Firebolt - are prominent in the series. The Nimbus 2000 was given to him by special consent of Dumbledore via Minerva McGonagall, who had chosen him as Seeker.[HP1] The Firebolt was given to him by Sirius as a Christmas gift after his Nimbus was destroyed during a Quidditch match.[HP3] The Firebolt remains the fastest broom in the world, having surpassed the previous record holder, the Nimbus 2001, and its price is so grand that it is only available upon request.
Bay Weasley'in aracı[değiştir]
Arthur Weasley owned a Ford Anglia that he had subsequently enchanted; consequently, the vehicle can fly, become invisible, and carry the entire Weasley family in spite of its formerly non-enchanted interior dimensions, among other abilities. The car is stolen by his sons (Fred, George, and Ron) who use it to rescue Harry from the Dursleys' house. Ron and Harry steal the car in order to return to Hogwarts after the gate to Platform 9¾ is sealed by Dobby. After they arrive at school, landing in the Whomping Willow, the car flees into the Forbidden Forest. Mr Weasley is then put under inquiry at the Ministry of Magic, because seven Muggles saw the car flying across the countryside, and nearly loses his job.
The car reappears when Harry and Ron visit Aragog in the forest: when the great spider tells his colony of acromantula to eat Harry and Ron, the car attacks them and carries the boys to safety. Its current condition is undisclosed; Ron had commented that the enchanted vehicle had become "wild" and thus operated autonomously, like a living being.
Floo Powder is a glittering powder used by wizards to travel and communicate using fireplaces. It was invented by Ignatia Wildsmith (1227–1320) and named after the flue, which is the passageway that leads from a fireplace to the chimney so hot gases can escape. Floo powder can be used with any fireplace connected to the Floo Network. To transport from one to another, the fire at the point of departure must first be lit. The traveller throws a handful of Floo powder into the flames, turning them emerald green, then steps into the fireplace and states the intended destination in a clear and purposeful voice. Floo powder can also be used for communication; a wizard or witch can kneel in front of the fire and stick their head into the fire, which will appear in the fire at another fireplace, leaving the witch or wizard free to talk. It is also known that other body parts may be transported via Floo Powder, as Umbridge almost catches Sirius the second time he converses with Harry through the Floo network. People may also be summoned by Floo Powder, as is shown in Prisoner of Azkaban by Snape, who summons Lupin through his office's fireplace while interrogating Harry about the Marauder's Map.
In Chamber of Secrets, the Weasleys travelled to Diagon Alley by Floo Powder. Harry did not say "Diagon Alley" clearly, instead saying "diagonally", so he was sent to Borgin and Burkes. In the fourth book, Mr Weasley uses his position at the Ministry to have the Dursleys' fireplace temporarily connected to the Floo network, unaware that it had been blocked. Sirius uses the network to communicate with Harry in the same book. In the fifth book, Harry uses the Gryffindor fireplace and later Umbridge's fireplace to communicate with Sirius; he is forced to use the latter because Umbridge begins monitoring all other lines of communication in and out of Hogwarts. The Floo Network is controlled by the Ministry of Magic. The Ministry also has over 700 fireplaces in its headquarters so that officials and workers can go directly to/from work without the hustle and bustle of travelling on brooms or by Portkey.
Flying carpets are usually thick rugs, frequently highly patterned and often manufactured in the Middle East that are enchanted with the ability to fly.[özgün araştırma?] Flying Carpets were once an accepted form of travel for the British magical community, but they are now banned due to being defined as a "Muggle Artifact" by the Registry of Proscribed Charmable Objects. It is therefore now against British wizarding law to charm carpets or fly them, although they are still legal in other countries. Mr Weasley was very much involved in the introduction of this legislation due to his position in the Misuse of Muggle Artifacts office. It is known that the ban was relatively recent, not only from Arthur's involvement, but also from the fact that Barty Crouch Sr's grandfather owned a 12-seater Axminster carpet before flying carpets were prohibited. A presumably middle eastern wizard called Ali; is described as having been in trouble with the ministry for flying one by Mr Weasley.
Hızır Otobüs (Orjinali:Knight Bus) cadı ve büyücülerin taşınmasını sağlayan sihirli, mor renkli, üç katlı Regent tipi otobüs. Harry kolunu asasına istemeden uzatarak çağırmış ve ilk kez Azkaban Tutsağı'nda ortaya çıkmıştır. Harry en son olarak Hızır Otobüs Zümrüdüanka Yoldağlığında arkadaşlarıyla beraber binmiştir. The Knight Bus is faster than travelling by broomstick, but not as fast as near instantaneous Floo Powder and Apparating. The bus charges for the service; Harry is charged a base fare of 11 Sickles to travel from the town of Little Whinging to The Leaky Cauldron. Amenities such as hot-water bottles, toothbrushes, and hot chocolate are available for an extra fee.[HP3]
The bus functions as public transportation for the wizard or witch who cannot or will not choose another means of transportation. The riders are seemingly picked up by the bus from all over in-universe Great Britain, bringing passengers to the destinations of their choice with seemingly no set route. It bolts through the streets, entirely invisible to Muggles and causes other objects to dodge it (rather than dodging the objects) for travelling short distances. For longer distances, the Knight Bus makes 160 km (hundred-mile) leaps accompanied by a great bang and jolt. The interior of the bus changes depending on the time of day, having seats by day and beds by night. The only mentioned limitation in travelling is that it cannot enter water.
The conductor of the Knight Bus is Stan Shunpike, and its driver is Ernie Prang in the third book of the series. In the third film, Stan is accompanied by a talking shrunken head voiced by Lenny Henry.
Sirius Black'in motosikleti[değiştir]
Sirius owned a flying motorbike, which he lent to Hagrid the night Harry's parents died; it is first seen when Hagrid delivers the baby Harry to Number Four, Privet Drive in the first book, and then again when Hagrid uses it to help Harry escape from the Dursley's in the seventh book. In the Deathly Hallows various modifications have been made to the bike by Mr. Weasley, enabling it to cause a brick wall to erupt from the exhaust pipe, fire a net behind the bike and shoot dragon fire out of the exhaust making the bike accelerate dramatically. The dragon fire feature is used to great effect by Hagrid and Harry when being chased by Voldemort, however Mr Weasley did warn that he was unsure of its safety and that they should only use it in an emergency, he was right to say this as the sidecar of the motorbike disloges after the dramatic acceleration, unhelped by Hagrid's magical inexpertise.
The bike is severely damaged when Hagrid and Harry crash it into Ted and Andromeda Tonks's garden pond, Mr Weasley covertly tells Harry that he plans to put the bike back together when 'he has time', meaning when Mrs Weasley is distracted or has forgotten about it. He hides it in the chicken coop.
The Portkeys are first mentioned in Goblet of Fire. Once created by using the Portus spell, a Portkey can be set to transport anybody who touches it to a designated location, or to become active at a pre-determined time and transport to that location anybody who happens to be touching it at the moment of activation. They may also be set up for one-way, one-time use, or to transport the holder to and from a particular place in a round trip. The creation of Portkeys may be highly restricted in general: Cornelius Fudge is upset that Dumbledore would create one in front of him, and at one point Lupin says "...it's more than our life's worth to set up an unauthorised Portkey."
In the series, a Portkey is usually made from an unobtrusive object or bit of rubbish, to prevent Muggles from discovering their magical nature. When activated, the user feels a pulling or jerking sensation behind the navel, and then suddenly appears at the destination.[HP4] With enough practice, a graceful landing is possible: after the Portkeyed trip to the Quidditch World Cup in the fourth film, Mr Weasley, Cedric and Amos Diggory landed on their feet, while Harry, Ron, Hermione, Ginny and the twins fell onto the ground.
In Goblet of Fire, Crouch Jr., who was impersonating Moody, made the Triwizard Tournament cup a Portkey so it would transport anybody who touched it straight to the hands of Voldemort, expecting it would be Harry. However, Harry took the cup together with Cedric, so Pettigrew murdered Cedric.
A Time Turner may be used for time travel. Hermione receives a Time-Turner from McGonagall in Prisoner of Azkaban, so she could attend more classes than time would normally allow. Hermione is ordered to keep it a secret from everyone, including Harry and Ron, although they do notice the impossibility of her schedule, and several bizarre disappearances and reappearances. The increased schedule does leave her strained towards the end of the year, however. Hermione lets Harry and Ron in on the secret near the end of the book, when she and Harry use the Time-Turner to save Sirius and Buckbeak.
A large supply of Time-Turners is kept at the Ministry, as seen in Order of the Phoenix; however, during the events of that book a glass-fronted cabinet containing Time-Turners is destroyed. Due to their time-affecting properties, the cabinet is seen to fall, shatter and repair itself repeatedly. In Half-Blood Prince, Hermione mentions an article in The Daily Prophet stating that "the entire stock of Ministry Time-Turners" was destroyed during that incident. The books do not discuss who else may be in possession of Time-Turners outside of the Ministry.
Hermione's Time-Turner resembles an hourglass pendant on a necklace; it is unclear if all of them do. The hourglass pendant is twisted to move through time, and the number of turns on the hourglass corresponds to the number of hours one travelled back in time. The travel ends as the traveller arrives to the point in time of which he went back in time (e.g. Hermione and Harry go back three hours; three hours after their arrival in the past, they return to the time period they turned back).
The Vanishing Cabinet is a cabinet located in Hogwarts that is a part of a set of two; the other cabinet resides in Borgin and Burkes. One simply enters a cabinet at one location and exits the cabinet at the other location.
The Vanishing Cabinet is first seen in Chamber of Secrets when Harry is mistakenly transported to Borgin and Burkes and hides in it to elude the Malfoys. That cabinet's counterpart is mentioned in Chamber of Secrets when Nearly Headless Nick convinces Peeves to drop it (thus breaking it) over Filch's office in order to help Harry escape detention for tracking in mud. It was also used in Order of the Phoenix by Fred and George, when they forced Montague, the Slytherin Quidditch captain and member of the Inquisitorial Squad into it when he tried to take house points from Gryffindor. Draco then learns of Montague's experience, discovering that transportation is possible between the two cabinets and that the other is located in Borgin and Burkes. He later manages to fix the broken one at Hogwarts so as to transport the Death Eaters into the highly secured castle.
The Anti-Cheating Quill, a quill with an anti-cheating charm on it, first mentioned in Philosopher's Stone.Şablon:PS Although it is not mentioned in other books, it is presumably used for all the exams Harry takes at Hogwarts.
Otomatik Cevap Tüy[değiştir]
The Auto-Answer Quill is banned from the examination hall in the OWLs.Şablon:OP Although it is likely these are banned in all exams, they are not mentioned until Order of the Phoenix.
The Blood Quill is used by Umbridge throughout Order of the Phoenix to carry out her perverse punishment of "cutting up" students. It is described as unusually sharp with a black nib. As the user writes, the quill magically (and painfully) cuts into the back of the user's hand and uses his blood for ink. In the fifth book, Harry has detention with Umbridge on several occasions, and is required to write lines (I must not tell lies), and is not released from this until Umbridge believes "the message has sunk in." When carried out repeatedly over a period, this can lead to permanent scarring, as shown by Harry to Scrimgeour in the last two books. Another victim of this form of detention is Lee Jordan. In the film interpretation, all members of Dumbledore's Army were punished using this method.
Çabuk Alıntı Tüyü[değiştir]
A Quick Quotes Quill is a stenographic tool employed by Rita Skeeter to spin the words of her subjects into a more salacious or melodramatic form more to her liking. Rita uses the quill to interview Harry about his participation in the Triwizard Tournament in Goblet of Fire for her column in the newspaper, The Daily Prophet. Harry continually tries to correct the inaccuracy of the quill to Rita. However, she rudely ignores him. Additionally in Deathly Hallows, Rita mentions in her interview concerning Dumbledore's posthumous biography that the Quick Quotes Quill helped her to write the book so quickly after his death.
Büyü Kontrol Tüyü[değiştir]
The Spell-Checking Quill checks spelling. Sold at Weasley's Wizard Wheezes, the joke shop opened by Fred and George Weasley. In the Half-Blood Prince it spells Ron's name as "Roonil Wazlib" when the charm wears off.
Diğer Kategorize Edilmemiş Nesneler[değiştir]
These objects remain uncategorized as they are the only ones in their field.
Cauldrons are magical receptacles in which potions are brewed. There are different sizes and materials of cauldrons. Hogwarts students can buy cauldrons at the cauldron shop in Diagon Alley. Hogwarts ask students to buy at least pewter, in the third book Harry expresses a longing for one of pure gold.
Percy Weasley writes papers in the hope that he can regulate the thickness of cauldron bottoms, as foreign imports are deemed a safety risk.
Gubraithian Fire is a conjured everlasting magical fire that may only be created by extremely skilled wizards. Hagrid and Madame Maxime give a branch of Gubraithian fire conjured by Dumbledore, to burn atop the branch, as a gift to the Gurg (leader) of the giants during their journey.
The Marauder's Map is a magical map of Hogwarts created by James Potter, Sirius Black, Remus Lupin and Peter Pettigrew while they were at Hogwarts, during which time they gain extensive knowledge about the school grounds, such as its various hidden passages, from their frequent night-time adventures together.
At first glance, the Map is simply a blank piece of parchment; but when the user points his wand at the Map and says, "I solemnly swear that I am up to no good," the message "Messrs. Moony, Wormtail, Padfoot and Prongs, purveyors of aids to magical mischief-makers, are proud to present the Marauders Map," and a detailed layout of Hogwarts appears, including its occupants, secret passageways (and instructions on how to access them), and other mysteries, though several locations (such as the Room of Requirement and the Chamber of Secrets) do not appear on the map, either because the Marauders did not have any knowledge of them, or—in the case of the former—they are Unplottable. Furthermore, Animagus disguises, Polyjuice Potion or Invisibility Cloaks cannot fool the map. Saying, "Mischief managed!" returns the map to its original blank state.
In Prisoner of Azkaban, Fred and George Weasley, who have no further need for it, give the map to Harry so he can get to Hogsmeade through a hidden passageway. Fred and George stole the map from a drawer in Filch's office that contained dangerous confiscated objects; it is revealed by Lupin that Filch probably knew what it was but not how to work it. Snape later finds the map in Harry's possession and tries to force it to reveal its secrets, but the map merely insulted him with mocking phrases, much as the Marauders themselves would have done. Lupin, the current Defense Against The Dark Arts teacher, is called upon to investigate this "Dark object," and confiscates it to keep Harry safe, though he returns it after resigning his post at Hogwarts. From then on, the map becomes one of Harry's tools in his ongoing adventures, and is mentioned only in passing when he consults it.
All the lines in the map are made up of what at first glance are just random letters, but upon closer inspection are Latin words. The series makes no mention of Harry recovering the map from Moody's office, even though he continued to use it in later books; when asked about this discrepancy, Rowling answered that Harry had indeed sneaked into the office and recovered it in the days following the Third Task, and that she had forgotten to include this detail in on-page. When asked during an online question session, "What child did Harry give the Marauders Map to if any?" (after his school years), Rowling responded, "I’ve got a feeling he didn’t give it to any of them, but that James (Harry's eldest son) sneaked it out of his father’s desk one day."
Omnioculars are a pair of magical brass binoculars used by Harry, Ron and Hermione in the fourth book during the Quidditch World Cup. Omnioculars, besides having magnified lenses, have many other features. Among them, the ones mentioned are the ability to replay or slow down something seen through the lenses, although a side effect is that the view in the lenses is not accurate of what is currently happening, since it is going slower than real life. They also have a play-by-play feature, where the names of moves performed by Quidditch players is shown in bright purple letters across the Omnioculars' lenses.[HP4]
Spellotape is magical adhesive tape. The name is a play on Sellotape, a popular brand which has become a generic name for transparent adhesive tape in the United Kingdom. It is used by Ron in Chamber of Secrets to repair his wand after he breaks it early in the book.
A wand is a wizard's everyday accessory, used to perform magical feats, and without which only limited magic is possible. Wands are used as both tools and weapons in the Wizarding World. They have also been used in the brewing of various potions in the books. Wands are generally carried inside the wizard's robes in the books; however, they can also be placed into other objects. For instance, Hagrid hid the broken halves of his wand inside his umbrella. In the Harry Potter universe, when a wizard has committed a serious crime, their wands are snapped in half (this type of damage to a wand is nearly irreparable, though Harry is able to mend his broken wand with the help of the powerful Elder Wand).
A wand is made by a wandmaker learned in wandlore, the study of wands. Wands are handcrafted from "wandwood," which is a wood capable of sustaining magic (e.g. holly, yew, ebony, vinewood, etc.). Then a core is inserted into the middle of the wand from top to bottom. Such cores have been mentioned to include phoenix tail feathers, unicorn tail hairs, and dragon heartstrings. In the Deathly Hallows, the Elder Wand is described as having a core made from the tail hair of a Thestral. The only named wand shop is Ollivander's. In Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, Ollivander is seen to evaluate two foreign wands: Krum's wand: a Gregorovitch creation, unusually thick; and Fleur's wand, whose core (a hair from her Veela grandmother) he felt created "temperamental" wands, which is why he did not use it himself.
A wand is generally considered personal for a wizard. However, wands belonging to other wizards can be used to a comparatively less potent effect. In Philosopher's Stone, Harry had to try out many wands before he found one that "chose him." Wands with cores from the same source give strange effects (Priori Incantatem) when forced to fight each other, as is the case with Harry and Voldemort's wands. In Goblet of Fire, it is revealed that each of their wands contains a tail feather from Fawkes, the phoenix belonging to Dumbledore. After Priori Incantatem, the wands get to know the opposites' master - this is explained in Deathly Hallows.
Wands are capable of changing masters.[HP7] When a wizard or witch is defeated, or if their wand is forcibly taken from them in a fight (a form of defeat), the wand will change its allegiance to the one who defeated its previous master and work perfectly well with its new master. It is unclear if the wand will continue to work properly for its original master if it is returned (not taken back in a fight). However, any wands removed from the owners using Expelliarmus (the exception being the Elder Wand when Dumbledore was disarmed by Draco in Half Blood Prince), seem to not change allegiance. If they have, they work perfectly well for their original masters when they retrieve them.
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