- 1 What did Voldemort do to Kreacher
- 2 What happens to Fawkes after Dumbledore died
What did Voldemort do to Kreacher
Under Master Regulus Black – In 1979, when Lord Voldemort told Regulus Black that he needed a house-elf, Regulus volunteered Kreacher, saying it would be an honour to serve the Dark Lord. Voldemort took Kreacher to the Crystal Cave and forced him to drink the potion in the basin so that Voldemort could place Salazar Slytherin’s Locket in the basin.
The potion, (the same one Dumbledore drank) caused Kreacher to have nightmarish delusions, intense stomach pains and made him dehydrated. Voldemort then left, leaving Kreacher to drink from the lake (as any water conjured evaporates) and die at the hands of the Inferi, However, Voldemort, in his arrogance, had never cared to learn that House Elves can apparate out of locations that Wizards and Witches cannot, so Kreacher, using his own special type of magic and not contained by the enchantments on the cave, was able to Disapparate from the cave and follow his master’s orders, to “come home when he finished his task”.
Regulus later had Kreacher take him back to the Crystal Cave, Regulus drank the potion himself and ordered Kreacher to switch Slytherin’s Locket with a fake locket and then go home and destroy the “real” locket, leaving Regulus to die in the cave. For the last few seconds Kreacher was there, he saw the Inferi’s hands pulling Regulus into the water.
Why did Regulus steal the real Horcrux?
The Defection of Regulus Arcturus Black – File:R.A.B. letter to the Dark Lord pertaining to the Horcrux Locket.jpg R.A.B.’s note within the locket. Regulus Black had been an admirer of Lord Voldemort from a young age. However, after he finally joined the Death Eaters, he became disillusioned with Voldemort and his goals.
- When Voldemort cruelly used Kreacher, Regulus’ house-elf, to test the defences of one of his Horcruxes, Regulus became determined to undermine the Dark Lord.
- In 1979, he had Kreacher take him to where the Horcrux was hidden, and ordered Kreacher to switch the Horcrux locket with another locket he had brought with him.
Regulus drank the potion in the basin, and was dragged to his death by the Inferi soon afterwards. Kreacher, unable to disobey his master, switched the lockets and escaped, just as he had been ordered to. However, despite his best efforts, Kreacher was unable to destroy the Horcrux.
What is Regulus Black to Draco?
They’re related, as Draco’s mother Narcissa was one of Regulus’s cousins – she was a Black before she wed Lucius Malfoy. They were sorted into Slytherin, implying that they share key personality traits.
How did Sirius react to Regulus death?
Legacy – The note inside the fake locket Horcrux The true circumstances of Regulus’s death were entirely unknown to the members of his family, as he had asked Kreacher to keep the events at the cave a secret due to this being safer for the family. Sirius Black, not knowing the truth of the matter, came to believe that Regulus had simply gotten in too far and was killed for trying to back out of being a Death Eater.
- Remus Lupin believed that Regulus had tried to back out of being a Death Eater, commenting that he thought Regulus had lasted “a few days” after his defection before he had been killed.
- In 1997, Kreacher told Harry Potter, Ron Weasley, and Hermione Granger of Regulus’s attempt to destroy the Horcrux, having been there himself, as the trio also sought to destroy Voldemort’s Horcruxes.
They then realised that Regulus was R.A.B. that was signed on the note to Lord Voldemort. Following this, Harry gave Kreacher the counterfeit locket that Regulus had replaced the real one with, showing Harry’s own respect for the house-elf. Kreacher later earned this respect by subsequently showing more respect towards Harry, Ron, and Hermione.
How did Sirius find out about Regulus death?
It’s mentioned in the OoTP that Sirius asked around (probably in Azkaban, to all the other prisoners) about Regulus and he found out that Regulus had been killed.
What happens to Fawkes after Dumbledore died
” About time, too. He’s been looking dreadful for days; I’ve been telling him to get a move on. ” — Albus Dumbledore about his phoenix Fawkes after Fawkes burst into flames. Fawkes was a highly intelligent phoenix and Albus Dumbledore ‘s animal companion and defender.
Fawkes was instrumental in helping Harry Potter defeat Salazar Slytherin’s basilisk in 1993, and he came to Dumbledore’s aid in fighting Lord Voldemort during the Battle of the Department of Mysteries, Following Dumbledore’s death, Fawkes sang his Lament over the grounds of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, and then left, never to be seen again.
His tail feathers were the cores of the two twin wands which were held by Lord Voldemort and Harry Potter. Fawkes has crimson feathers on his body and a golden tail as long as a peacock’s. His claws and beak are gleaming gold and his eyes are black. The scarlet body feathers glow faintly in darkness, while the golden tail feathers are hot to the touch, though it is unknown if they are actually capable of burning someone as neither Harry – when Fawkes carried him from the Chamber of Secrets in 1993 – nor Dumbledore – when he escaped the Ministry officials with Fawkes’s help in 1996 – were burned by his tail feather, however it is possible that Fawkes can control the temperature of his tail feathers and chose not to burn them.
Was Regulus Black a good guy?
Regulus was a good person who made several bad choices. We know he loved Kreacher, and we know he loved his family; his back story in Deathly Hallows makes this clear. It’s also obvious that he didn’t hold with all of Voldemort’s ideals, as he was mortified to have found that he’d created a Horcrux.
Did Dumbledore know the locket was fake?
This ordinary-looking antique locket is in fact an authentic replica of a hugely important magical artifact: the locket Regulus Black switched for Lord Voldemort’s Horcrux locket. Harry Potter and Dumbledore recovered this locket from a seaside cave at great cost, weakening Dumbledore hours before his murder, only to discover that it was a fake.
Black and his House-elf Kreacher had substituted a family heirloom for the actual Horcrux, made from Salazar Slytherin’s locket. This authentic replica features finely detailed decoration including vintage gold coloured background decorated with alchemical symbols, and opens to reveal a green velveteen lining and Regulus’ folded note admitting the locket switch to Voldemort.
This film prop reproduction looks stunning both worn as a necklace or on display in its wooden case, making it an exquisite gift for Harry Potter fans and collectors. This official Noble Collection reproduction necklace is made from plastic, and the locket measures approx.4.5cm x 3.5cm x 1cm.
The chain is approx.30cm long, fastened with an adjustable spring ring clasp. Display case is made from wood and plexiglass, measuring 12cm x 10cm x 6cm. The set is packaged in polystyrene and cardboard box, measuring 18cm x 17cm x 9cm and all together weighing approx.330g. To see the rest of our Harry Potter film replica jewellery visit the Replica Jewellery section of our website which specialises in official Harry Potter merchandise and gifts.
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