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In Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secretshe uses one of his drills to put bars on Harry's window to keep him at 4 Privet Drive, but this plan is defeated by the Weasleys, who use a rope to grapple the bars off. Unlike Petunia, who proves to have a slight feeling of familial loyalty to Harry, Vernon seems to hate his nephew so much that in Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenixhe is willing to throw him out of the house, knowing that doing so would put him in grave danger.Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
In fact, while discussing the Dementor attack with Harry, Vernon actually hopes aloud that Harry will receive the death penalty. Vernon also has an aversion to imagination, to any references to magic, and anything even slightly out of the ordinary; in the first book, when Harry mentions dreaming about a flying motorbike, Vernon responds by angrily bellowing that motorbikes do not fly, despite Harry's protests that it was only a dream.
When the Dursleys decide to leave Privet Drive to go into hiding, Vernon nearly shakes Harry's hand good-bye, though he ultimately cannot bring himself to do it. In the film version, he leaves without even a word to Harry although a deleted scene showing Dudley and Harry's reconciliation shows him saying "This is farewell". Vernon is portrayed by Richard Griffiths in the film series. Petunia Dursley[ edit ] Petunia Dursley is Harry's maternal aunt, Lily Potter's older sister, Vernon's wife, Dudley's mother, Marge's sister-in-law and one of Harry's only two living relatives during his childhood and adolescence.
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.
Her eyes are large and pale, quite unlike Lily's. Her entire family, except Lily, is made up of Muggles. According to Petunia, her parents were proud of having a witch in the family, but Petunia saw her sister as a freak.
In fact, Petunia was envious and resentful of Lily's magical abilities  and went so far as to write to Dumbledore, pleading to be allowed to enter Hogwarts. Dumbledore gently denied her enrollment. Afterwards, Petunia grew bitter towards the school and, by extension, towards the wizarding world in general.
She had no contact with Lily after her marriage to James Potter and the birth of her nephew, Harry, though she did send the family a "horrible vase" that baby Harry broke while riding on a toy broom. The gift echoes Harry's Dursley-sent Christmas presents, which are never pretty or welcome. She along with her husband neglect and mistreat Harry and initially try to quell his magical abilities and hide his heritage from him.
Petunia has more knowledge of the wizarding world than she is initially willing to admit. After the Dementors attack Harry and Dudley, Petunia states that she knows Dementors guard the wizard prison, Azkaban. When Harry and the rest of her family look at her strangely, she explains that she heard "that awful boy" telling Lily about them years ago. Harry assumes that the "awful boy" was his father, James, but in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallowshe learns via flashback memories that it was actually Severus Snapewho knew both Lily and Petunia when they were children.
On one occasion, Petunia, but mostly her husband, almost throws Harry out of their house, but when she receives a Howler from Albus Dumbledore, she decides not to send the boy away due to the agreement she had made with Dumbledore although she covers by claiming that her decision is based on what the neighbors might think if the Dursleys threw Harry out.
Before the Dursleys leave Privet Drive to go into hiding, Petunia almost wishes Harry good luck, suggesting that she does feel a tiny sense of familial attachment to her nephew; however her self-imposed dislike of magic prevents her from doing so, and she leaves without a word.
Described as a very large, blond boy though dark-haired in the filmsDudley is generally given his way in almost everything, and shows the symptoms of a spoiled brat. Dudley is a cold-hearted bully and the leader of a gang of thugs with whom he regularly beats up Harry and younger children on the flimsiest of excuses. For this purpose, he is described early in the first novel as the reason for Harry being friendless before enrolling at Hogwarts, as even though Harry was good at sports and got good grades, he was the favorite victim of Dudley's bullying, rendering classmates too scared to admit to liking him.
He is only one month older than Harry, meaning that his birthday must be sometime in late June. The same year Harry starts at Hogwarts, Dudley is enrolled at his father's old private boarding school, Smeltings. In Goblet of Fire, the Smeltings school nurse advises the Dursleys to put him on a strict diet. During the summer when this diet is enforced, the Weasleys arrive at Number 4, Privet Drive to pick Harry up for the Quidditch World Cup, and Fred Weasley "accidentally" drops a Ton-Tongue Toffeewhich enlarges Dudley's tongue to four feet long before his hysterical mother reluctantly allows Arthur Weasley to shrink it.
In the fifth book, two Dementors attack Dudley and Harry in an alley. Dudley collapses, and Harry uses the Patronus to drive a group of Dementors away from himself and his cousin. Figg then comes running in and reveals she is a Squib by talking about Dementors. Figg carry the shaken Dudley home, though Dudley is convinced that Harry made the Dementors appear in the first place.
After the confrontation, Harry wonders what sort of bad memories Dudley could have relived, as Dementors force people to relive their worst experiences. Rowling later revealed, in an on-line chat, that Dudley's worst fear was seeing himself for who he really was: In his appreciation of his cousin's belated gratitude, Harry says good-bye to him using Dudley's former nickname, "Big D".
Rowling says that Harry and Dudley would "stay on Christmas card" terms for the rest of their lives,  and that Harry would take his family to visit Dudley's when they were in the neighbourhood, but it was something that James Sirius, Albus Severus and Lily Luna "would dread". In Harry Potter and the Cursed Child it is also mentioned that adult Dudley sent Harry his baby blanket, the only surviving possession of Harry's from his parents.
Dudley is portrayed by Harry Melling in the Harry Potter films. Melling had to wear a fat suit, as he lost a considerable amount of weight as the films progressed. Though she is not a relative of Harry, he has been forced to call her "Aunt Marge" throughout his whole life with the Dursleys. Marge lives in the country, where she breeds bulldogs and because of her commitment to her animals, she rarely visits Privet Drive, to Harry's considerable relief.
She adores her nephew, Dudley and treats Harry with contempt and cruelty. Though naturally an unpleasant and reprehensible person, Aunt Marge believes that Harry is a horrible boy, owing to Vernon and Petunia's lies, and delights in insulting both him and his dead parents.
In Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban after she insults Harry's parents, Harry loses his temper and accidentally inflates her, thus causing her to blow up like a monstrous balloon and float up to the ceiling.
Marge is later rescued, changed back to normal, and the Ministry of Magic modifies her memory, so she would have no recollection of the incident. She also appeared in a memory in Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix when Harry is chased up a tree by one of Marge's bulldogs. Pam Ferris appeared as Marge in the film adaptation of Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkabanin which she floats out of the house and into the sky after being inflated. Bathilda Bagshot[ edit ] Bathilda Bagshot is a noted historian in the wizarding world, and author of the book A History of Magic.
She lives in the village where Harry was born, Godric's Hollowand is an old family friend of Dumbledore, as well as being the Potters' neighbour and friend. Gellert Grindelwald is her great-nephew, which is why he comes to live in Godric's Hollow after being expelled from Durmstrang. Bathilda is a major source of information for Rita Skeeter 's biography of Dumbledore, who extracts this information under the influence of Veritaserum ; it is possible her memory is also modified following the "interview.
Hermione thinks that Dumbledore might have entrusted her with Gryffindor's Sword. Bathilda dies before Harry's arrival in Godric's Hollow, probably at the hand of Lord Voldemort or one of his Death Eaterswho enchants her decaying body to use as an outer skin for his snake, Nagini to wait for Harry. The snake is then instructed to subdue Harry when he arrives in Bathilda's house looking for the sword until Voldemort himself can get there to finish him off.
Inthe Riddles were murdered by Tom Riddle later to become Lord Voldemortand since Bryce had the keys to the large house where the deaths occurred, he was arrested and questioned in connection with the murders.
As there was lack of evidence because the bodies were unmarked as the Killing Curse leaves no sign of violence or damage on the victims the police could not prove that the Riddles had been murdered, and were forced to release Bryce. However, the community of Little Hangleton was distrustful of Bryce. As a result, he lived out the rest of his life by himself, living on the grounds of the Riddles' estate, while still tending to the grounds. Bryce inadvertently overhears Voldemort's plan to kill Harry, initially thinking that Voldemort and Wormtail are spies, but before he can take action, Nagini reveals his presence to Voldemort, who kills him with the Avada Kedavra curse.
He appears once more in the same book, during Harry and Voldemort's graveyard duel. The Priori Incantatem effect brings back an "echo" of Bryce from the tip of Voldemort's wand.
Despite not knowing who he is, Bryce enthusiastically encourages Harry to keep fighting. Dumbledore states his belief in Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince that the murder of Bryce was used to create Voldemort's presumably sixth and final Horcruximplanted in Nagini. However, Rowling later said Voldemort used the earlier murder of Bertha Jorkins for this.
Crabbe and Goyle[ edit ] Left to right: Due to their size and strength, the pair act as Draco Malfoy 's minions and serve to intimidate fellow students, being mentioned as "existing to do Malfoy's bidding". Crabbe and Goyle are both brawn-over-brains type; they 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, but 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: Finally, he summons Fiendfyre and turns the room into a blazing inferno, but it quickly rages beyond his control and ultimately 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. Goyle and Draco are left mourning Crabbe's death. 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 BeauxbatonsGabrielle 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. 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 1but appeared only in background scenes and was uncredited. A Hufflepuff prefect, he shows a notable streak of modesty, fairness, and loyalty. When he catches the Snitch and wins the match after Harry falls off his broomstick following an encounter with the Dementorshe believes the circumstances of the match to be unfair and protests that the result should be nullified and the match replayed.
He is described as being exceptionally handsome, tall, with chiselled features, a straight nose, dark hair, and bright grey eyes. For the first task, Diggory transfigures a rock into a dog to distract his dragon and successfully finds his golden egg, but he receives a burn on his cheek in the process.
He is later Cho Chang 's date for the Yule Ball.
As compensation for Harry's warning about the dragons before the first task, Diggory assists Harry in solving the clue of the second task by telling him to take a bath with the egg in the prefects' bathroom and just "mull things over in the hot water".
Cedric is the second of the four champions to find the village of the merpeople and rescue his hostage, using a Bubble-Head Charmbut surfaces one minute over the one-hour time limit. During the third task, Harry saves Diggory's life twice while in the maze, and when they find the Triwizard Cup, Harry refuses to take it without Cedric, so they grab hold of it together.
The cup turns out to be a Portkey which transports them to the Little Hangleton graveyard, where Voldemort and Peter Pettigrew await Harry's arrival; Pettigrew murders Diggory on the spot upon Voldemort's order to "kill the spare".
In the midst of the Priori Incantatem effect during Harry's duel with Voldemort, Diggory's spirit appears and asks Harry to take his body back to his parents. Despite an attempted cover-up of the incident by the Ministry of MagicDumbledore candidly reveals the true nature of Cedric's demise to the students at the end-of-term feast, stating that to attribute it to an accident would be "an insult to his memory".
Robert Pattinson appeared as Cedric Diggory in the film adaptation of Harry Potter and the Goblet of Firea clip from which was shown again in Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix as a flashback.
The actor who portrayed him in Prisoner of Azkaban is unidentified. Albus must then make the decision to let Cedric go on and finish the maze, knowing this is sending him to his death. 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 Durmstrangfrom 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 Hallowsbut 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. 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.
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Grindelwald became master of one of the Deathly Hallows, the Elder Wandby 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 Krumwhose 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 the events of 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 Voldemort kills him in rage.
In the chapter "King's Cross", Harry suggests to Dumbledore that Grindelwald's last act may have been one of contrition, lying to Voldemort to prevent him from breaking into Dumbledore's tomb and taking the Elder Wand.
In the film, unlike in the book, Grindelwald reveals to Voldemort the whereabouts of the Elder Wand.
Many wizards of his time consider him a prodigy. He has bushy eyebrows and a hooked nose, which he inherited from his father. He is also described as being 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 Jruses 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 Hallowsbut his scenes were cut from the film. 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.
He knew that Petunia's sister was a witch, but kept it quiet. They had a baby boy on 23 June This boy, Dudley Dursleywas highly spoiled by his parents.
Giving a home to Harry Potter Albus Dumbledore leaves infant Harry Potter and a note on the doorstep of 4 Privet Drive It was after Voldemort 's first downfall and the Potters' murder that Vernon first saw signs of wizards. Although reluctantly, Vernon and Petunia allowed him into their home. During Harry's early life, Vernon treated him with indifference.
He forced Harry to live in the Cupboard Under the Stairs and generally mistreated him while spoiling his own son Dudley. Vernon tried his hardest to stop Harry knowing about the wizarding world.
BeforeVernon told Harry his parents died in a car crash. Vernon once told off Harry for dreaming about a flying motorbike and told Harry there was no such thing as magic. Harry's letter from Hogwarts —Vernon's view on owl post [src] Vernon burning Harry Potter's Hogwarts letters When Harry got his first letter from Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and WizardryVernon tried everything to stop him getting it as more and more came.
He went very over-the-top and took his whole family to a Hut on a small rock on the sea. When Hagrid told Harry about how his parents really diedVernon cynically responded by telling Harry that whatever happened to Harry's mother and father they probably deserved it, as well as that they were in Vernon's opinion freaks anyway and that the world was better off without them also in Vernon's opinion.
Hagrid threatened Vernon with his umbrella in response. That night, Vernon also threw a fit and refused to pay Albus Dumbledorewhom Vernon insulted as a "crackpot old fool", to teach Harry magic. This would be a great mistake to Vernon: Vernon reluctantly took Harry to King's Cross Station to board the Hogwarts Expressbecause it was on the way to the hospital to remove Dudley's tail before the school year.
Dinner party, Marge's visit, and Dudley's diet Vernon: Inhe invited Mr and Mrs Mason over for dinner to try and secure a deal with Mr Mason about a stock of drills.
He forced Harry to stay in his room and pretend he did not exist. Due to the appearance of Dobbythe deal did not go very well. The Ministry of Magic falsely accused Harry of what Dobby did, and threatened expulsion from Hogwarts for violation of the Underage Magic Act, but elected to let Harry off with a warning. Vernon insisted Harry return her to how she was, but was refused. The Accidental Magic Reversal Squad later fixed her.
When it was not going so well, he threatened Dudley that he would cut his pocket money if he did not stop sneaking in sweets, which made Dudley go angry and throw his PlayStation out of a window. After Harry explained, he yelled at him but eventually decided that his nephew could go. When the Weasleys were leaving, his son ate a Ton-Tongue Toffeecausing his tongue to swell.
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This sent Vernon into a rage which had him throw several china ornaments at Mr Weasley, all the time bellowing like an injured hippopotamus. You've finally done it. You've driven him loopy. In fact, it was a trick of Nymphadora Tonkswho had sent the Dursleys an invitation to a fake awards ceremony.
Tonks then escorted Harry to 12 Grimmauld Placealong with a group of wizards. Hiding from Death Eaters The Dursleys prepare to go into hiding during the height of the Second Wizarding War In the summer ofPetunia, Dudley, and Vernon were placed under the protection of Dedalus Diggle and Hestia Jonesboth members of the Order of the Phoenixas it was believed that once Harry Potter turned seventeen, Voldemort would track down all members of his family and torture information out of them.
Vernon, his wife and his son all left together: After their goodbyes, the Dursleys were driven off into the distance, leaving Harry alone on his quest. Petunia and Dudley actually felt a certain amount of fondness towards Harry as they parted in Vernon was about to shake Harry's hand good-bye.