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Diary of Tom Riddle. Magic, Genes, and Pure Blood. Notes Related images. View 0 thoughts swirling around the pensieve. Add your own. For his part, Harry feels a slight twinge of guilt for Lockhart's amnesia, but he consoles himself with the fact that it was Lockhart's own fault.
Lockhart never fully recovers, despite all efforts to cure him, and remains in a long-term care ward of St. Rowling has said Lockhart is the only character she has ever based on a real-life person.
Lockhart was inspired by an unrevealed acquaintance who was "even more objectionable than his fictional counterpart" and "used to tell whopping great fibs about his past life, all of them designed to demonstrate what a wonderful, brave and brilliant person he was.
Kenneth Branagh portrayed Lockhart in the film version of Chamber of Secrets. Madam Poppy Pomfrey is the sole magical Healer of the Hogwarts hospital wing.
She is loyal, highly skilled, non-inquisitive and tight-lipped about her patients, and very strict regarding the rules of her infirmary.
Harry ends up under her care quite often. In Philosopher's Stone , he spends three days unconscious in the hospital wing after the confrontation with Professor Quirrell.
In Chamber of Secrets , he spends one painful night regrowing bones in his arm, after Gilderoy Lockhart vanishes them, much to Pomfrey's vexation.
In Prisoner of Azkaban , she tends to Harry twice; once after the Quidditch match against Hufflepuff and once after the Shrieking Shack incident.
She speaks approvingly of Lupin's prescription of chocolate to alleviate the effects of a dementor 's presence on students, commenting that Hogwarts has "finally got a Defence Against the Dark Arts teacher who knows his remedies".
In Goblet of Fire , she treats Harry twice; once for a dragon strike and once after the confrontation with Voldemort.
Others who end up under her care expose more of her personality. In Chamber of Secrets , Hermione ends up in the hospital wing for a month after a mishap with the Polyjuice Potion leaves her half-feline.
Pomfrey is careful to keep this a secret. In Order of the Phoenix , after Umbridge's henchmen stun McGonagall, Madam Pomfrey says she would resign in protest were she not afraid of what would become of the students without her presence.
In Half-Blood Prince , she attempts to heal Bill of his scars from Greyback's attack without much success, and bursts into tears when she hears of Dumbledore's death.
In Deathly Hallows , she and Filch oversee the evacuation of Hogwarts before the battle. She is later seen tending to the injured fighters.
Prior to his employment at Hogwarts , he is said by Hagrid to have had a "brilliant mind", and was a fine teacher while studying from books; some time before Harry's arrival at Hogwarts , "he took a year off to get some first-hand experience".
Rowling stated in a live web chat on 30 July that Quirrell had worked at Hogwarts as Muggle Studies teacher for a certain length of time, before taking the cursed Defence Against the Dark Arts position in the same year that Harry joined.
After that, he was 'never the same' — upon his return, he appears perpetually nervous and has developed a stutter and nervous tics and Hagrid was able to say even before the beginning of the autumn term that he was "scared of the students, scared of his own subject".
Quirrell's attire includes a new purple turban which he claims to have received as a reward from an African prince for getting rid of a troublesome zombie.
Fred and George constantly joke that the turban was full of garlic to ward away vampires and in one part they even enchant snowballs to hit it.
Harry first meets Quirrell at the Leaky Cauldron , while being escorted by Hagrid to Diagon Alley to shop for school supplies. Quirrell is next seen at Hogwarts conversing with Snape at the start-of-term banquet, and then regularly while teaching Defence Against the Dark Arts lessons.
During the school's Halloween banquet, Quirrell appears in the Great Hall to warn staff and students of a troll in the dungeons and then he faints, so he can freely make his way to the third-floor corridor where the Stone is hidden.
Snape who, apparently, already suspected Quirrell was up to something, goes to the third floor in order to stop him.
In later novels, the readers learn that Dumbledore had told Snape to keep an eye on the Defence Against the Dark Arts professor.
Quirrell is unable to get to the Stone, but in the process, Snape is bitten by Fluffy. When Harry and his friends see that Snape has been bitten, they begin to suspect Snape is after the Stone for himself.
While playing Quidditch , Harry is almost thrown off his broom by some sort of curse and he, Ron, and Hermione believe it is Snape who is responsible.
They begin to suspect that Snape is trying to steal the Stone hidden in a secret chamber in Hogwarts; however, when Harry finally arrives in the chamber, he discovers that it is not Snape, but Quirrell, who is the real villain.
During his European travels, Quirrell discovered the barely-alive Voldemort, who had been in hiding since his failed bid to kill Harry as an infant.
Quirrell became attracted to Voldemort's offers of power, and returned to Britain with the Dark Lord. Initially, Voldemort allowed Quirrell to act autonomously — Quirrell was able to shake hands with Harry in the Leaky Cauldron, and was not wearing the turban, meaning that Voldemort was not possessing him though this changes in the film version, where Quirrell wears the turban at the Leaky Cauldron and refuses to shake Harry's hand.
Voldemort first used Quirrell in a plan to steal the Philosopher's Stone from its vault in Gringotts Bank , where it had been deposited for safekeeping by Dumbledore.
But Dumbledore had already sent Hagrid on a mission to retrieve the Stone, which he did while he and Harry were shopping in Diagon Alley, after they met with Quirrell in the Leaky Cauldron.
Voldemort, as punishment for Quirrell's failure to secure the Stone from Gringotts, decided to keep a closer watch on his new servant. He took possession of Quirrell's body, which caused his face to appear on the back of Quirrell's bald head.
To conceal this, Quirrell took to wearing the turban. To keep Voldemort alive, Quirrell had to kill unicorns in the Forbidden Forest , drinking their blood to provide temporary life-sustaining powers for Voldemort.
Quirrell then reveals that he was the one who let in the troll and attempted to throw Harry off his broom while Snape muttered a counter curse.
During the climax of the story, as Harry and Quirrell try to recover the Stone from the Mirror of Erised , Voldemort reveals himself on the back of Quirrell's head, formerly concealed by the turban, and speaks directly to Harry, threatening to kill him if he does not assist Voldemort in recovering it.
After Harry refuses, Quirrell tries to take the Stone by force. Voldemort orders Quirrell to attack Harry, who holds off Quirrell long enough for aid in the form of Dumbledore to arrive, at which point Voldemort flees, in his non-physical form.
Voldemort's departure, as well as the agony suffered by him because of his contact with Harry, who continues to be protected by the love of his mother and the spell that was cast by her sacrificing her life to save Harry, causes Quirrell to die, hence Dumbledore's comment that Voldemort is as merciless to his followers as to his enemies.
Before he dies, Quirrell tells Harry of the rivalry between his father, the late James Potter , and Snape: "Didn't you know? Snape went to school with your father.
They loathed each other. The film version's climax ends a little differently: As Quirrell attacks him, Harry's blood protection, which was provided by his mother's sacrifice of her own life to save him, enables Harry to kill Quirrell himself.
Harry discovers that when he comes into direct contact with Quirrell, it immediately produces a burning effect.
In the final attack, Harry lays his hands on Quirrell, who burns into crumbling ash. The spirit form of Voldemort renders Harry unconscious before making his escape.
Though Quirrell's first name was never mentioned in the novels, the character is given the first name "Quirinus" in the official Harry Potter Trading Card Game.
British actor Ian Hart portrayed Quirrell in the film adaptation of the book. Horace Slughorn is the long-serving Potions teacher and Head of Slytherin House since at least the s, until his retirement after the —82 school year.
Following his retirement and the resurgence of Voldemort, Slughorn goes into hiding, concealing all knowledge of his whereabouts from both sides in the growing conflict in the wizarding world.
Slughorn is described as preferring to be a " back-seat driver ", obtaining things he desires by using his contacts, particularly students whom he has invited into the "Slug Club", a group of students favoured by Slughorn, based either on their connections to important people a type of cronyism or on his belief that they have talents that will make them important and famous themselves when they leave school meritocracy.
He is one of the first Slytherin characters to defy the house's stereotype and being portrayed in a somewhat positive light: while he is self-serving and not above bending rules, he lacks the near-amorality and underhandedness that had, until that point, been a hallmark of the house.
He does not resent blood status in general, and admits a pleasurable surprise when he comes upon a talented Muggle-born, such as Hermione or, years before, Harry's mother Lily Potter , one of his all-time favourite pupils.
Also, Slughorn notably displays not pride, but shame at having helped a young Tom Marvolo Riddle perform some of his most noted and impressive feats of magic, as Riddle had questioned Slughorn about Horcruxes.
However, students he deems unimportant he ignores, as though they were not there. Slughorn sets less-stringent entry criteria for Advanced Potions than his predecessor, lowering the required grade from a perfect O Outstanding to the above-average E Exceeds Expectations.
However, since Harry had not expected to be allowed to join the course, he has none of the necessary materials, and Slughorn lends him an old textbook until Harry can procure his own.
Later, Harry does buy a new copy of Advanced Potion-Making from Flourish and Blotts, but switches the covers and gives back the new book.
During his first class, Slughorn offers a small amount of Felix Felicis to the student who brews the best cauldron of the Draught of Living Death.
Harry wins with the help of handwritten notes in the borrowed textbook, which had once belonged to Snape, unbeknownst to him.
When Ron falls victim to a high-strength love potion, Slughorn administers an antidote, but then nearly kills him with a drink of poisoned mead, not knowing that the bottle had been planted by Draco Malfoy in an attempt to kill Dumbledore.
Harry later uses the Felix Felicis to help retrieve a memory from Slughorn that details the conversation between the professor and Riddle about Horcruxes as well as the possibility of creating more than one Horcrux.
Though he is initially hesitant to join in the Battle of Hogwarts and is assumed to have evacuated with his house, he returns to the fray later on.
It is revealed that he has not fled, but has recruited a large number of reinforcements to fight for Hogwarts. She is described as a dumpy little witch with flyaway grey hair who wears a patched, frayed hat and shabby robes, often covered in dirt due to the time she spends tending plants in the Hogwarts greenhouses.
Sprout is introduced in Philosopher's Stone , but she plays no active role until Chamber of Secrets , in which she teaches her second year students to work with Mandrake plants.
She is responsible for raising the Mandrakes to full maturity, at which point their juice is used to revive the petrified victims of the basilisk.
Sprout subsequently appears in Goblet of Fire in which, as the Hufflepuff Head of House, she comforts Amos Diggory and his wife after the death of their son, Hufflepuff student Cedric Diggory , whom she knew well.
In Order of the Phoenix , Sprout is a non-vocal supporter of Harry's story about Voldemort's resurrection. Like many teachers at Hogwarts, she detests Umbridge's presence and does her best to disobey her.
She also supports the suggestion that Dumbledore should be laid to rest at Hogwarts. Sprout attends Dumbledore's funeral, where she appears cleaner than she has ever been seen before.
Informed that Voldemort and his Death Eaters are coming to besiege Hogwarts, she uses her knowledge of magical plants by improvising offensive botany , and, with the help of several students, throws Mandrakes, Snargaluff pods, and Venomous Tentaculas off the castle walls at the approaching Death Eaters.
The epilogue of Deathly Hallows reveals that Neville has become the new Herbology teacher at Hogwarts. The circumstances of Sprout's departure from the job are not revealed.
Sybill Patricia Trelawney is the Divination teacher. She is the great-great-granddaughter of the celebrated Seer , Cassandra Trelawney, and has inherited some of her ancestor's talent.
Trelawney is described as a slight woman resembling an insect, draped in a large spangled shawl and many gaudy bangles and rings.
She speaks in a whispy voice and wears thick glasses, which cause her eyes to appear greatly magnified. Her odd classroom in the North Tower of Hogwarts is a cross between "someone's attic and an old-fashioned tea shop";  it can only be reached by climbing to the top of the stairs and then up a ladder through a trapdoor set in the ceiling.
This dim, heavily scented, and "stiflingly" warm room often affects students' wakefulness. Professor Trelawney first appears in the third book of the series, when Harry, Ron, and Hermione start divination lessons.
The friends generally believe Professor Trelawney is a fraud. According to Professor McGonagall, her credibility as a Seer is undermined by her habit of erroneously predicting, each year, the death of one of her students, she uses it as a greeting for her class.
Her more profound predictions seem only to happen when she is in a trance and unaware of what she is saying, with no memory of it afterward.
However, almost all her predictions were later shown to be true in the books even if she was not in a trance. Prior to the events of the Harry Potter books, Professor Trelawney falls into a prophetic trance while in an interview with Dumbledore at the Hog's Head , making a prophecy about the birth of a wizard "with the power to vanquish" the dark lord, Voldemort.
This prophecy was partly overheard by Snape, who relayed what he heard to Voldemort. This led Voldemort to attack the Potter family, believing that Harry was the child named.
In Order of the Phoenix , Professor Trelawney is first put on probation by Umbridge, and later fired. However, Professor Trelawney continues to reside in Hogwarts castle due to an order by Dumbledore, who believes that she would be in danger outside Hogwarts due to the prophecy she made during her interview.
Dumbledore later reveals that the prophecy is why he keeps her employed as a Divination teacher. Professor Trelawney returns to teaching in Half-Blood Prince , but has to share classes with Firenze , as he was cast out by his fellow centaurs when he agreed to replace Professor Trelawney after she was fired, which she thinks is an outrage.
She uses one of these crystal balls to defend an injured Lavender against the attack of werewolf Fenrir Greyback. In the film adaptation, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows — Part 2 , she is seen covering someone's body, with the aid of Padma Patil.
In the British editions of the books, her name is consistently spelled as "Sybill". In the American editions, from her first appearance in Prisoner of Azkaban through Order of the Phoenix , her name is spelled as "Sibyll".
Hogwarts houses at least twenty ghosts , [HP1] but when people in the novels speak of the ghosts at Hogwarts they usually refer to one of the four resident ghosts of the Hogwarts houses: Sir Nicholas de Mimsy-Porpington or, as the students refer to him, Nearly Headless Nick , the almost beheaded ghost of Gryffindor house; the Bloody Baron, who is the ghost of Slytherin house; the jovial Fat Friar, who is the ghost of Hufflepuff house; and the Grey Lady, who in life was Helena Ravenclaw, the ghost of Ravenclaw house.
These ghosts seem to act as something like advisers and aides to the students; Nick frequently helps Harry during moments of uncertainty or crisis.
Despite animosity between the houses, their respective ghosts get along well with each other. Nearly Headless Nick is respectful of the Bloody Baron and claims that he cannot imagine starting a fight with him, while the Fat Friar pleads on behalf of Peeves the Poltergeist to allow him to come to the welcome feasts despite his past wrongdoings.
The Bloody Baron is the Slytherin House ghost. He is the only person besides Dumbledore and Fred and George Weasley who can exert any control over the poltergeist Peeves ; Peeves is terrified of him for some unknown reason, referring to him as "Your Bloodiness" and "Mr Baron".
The Baron's nickname comes from the fact that he is covered with blood, which appears silvery on his ghostly form. When Nearly Headless Nick is asked in the first book why the Baron is so bloody, Nick delicately comments that "he has never asked".
In Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows , Helena Ravenclaw the Grey Lady explains to Harry that the Baron had been in love with her when the two were alive, and when she ran off with her mother's diadem, Rowena Ravenclaw sent the Baron after her, knowing he would not stop until Helena was found.
When Helena refused to return with him, the Baron killed her in a fit of rage, and then, in remorse, killed himself with the same weapon.
He has thus haunted Hogwarts ever since, wearing his ghostly chains as a form of penance. Terence Bayler portrayed the Baron in the first film.
The Fat Friar is the Hufflepuff House ghost. He is a jolly man and very forgiving, frequently suggesting that Peeves be given another chance, or forgiven for any mishaps.
The Grey Lady is the Ravenclaw House ghost. According to a letter written by Rowling to Nina Young , the actress who played the Grey Lady in the first film, she is "a highly intellectual young lady She never found true love as she never found a man up to her standards".
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows reveals that the Grey Lady is Helena Ravenclaw , daughter of Rowena Ravenclaw , making her the only house ghost known to be related to one of the Hogwarts founders.
She informs Harry that she stole the Diadem of Ravenclaw from her mother, in an attempt to become smarter than her, and then went into hiding in Albania.
It was a dying Rowena Ravenclaw's wish to see her daughter again, and so she sent for the Bloody Baron to look for her, knowing that he would not rest until he brought her back, partly because he was in love with her.
However, she refused to come with the Baron and, in a moment of blind rage, he killed her with a single stab-wound to the chest. Overcome with remorse, the Bloody Baron killed himself using the same weapon in turn and wears chains as penitence, "as he should", the Grey Lady says.
The diadem remained in the hollow of a tree in an Albanian forest until Tom Riddle managed to charm the story out of the Grey Lady.
Riddle, who had been seeking historically significant objects to make into Horcruxes , later retrieved the diadem from Albania and hid it in the Room of Requirement at Hogwarts while visiting the castle years later.
Harry becomes friends with Nick when he attends his "deathday" party the th anniversary of the event in a Hogwarts dungeon.
Nick's death date 31 October had the distinction of having served as the basis for the entire chronology of the Harry Potter stories, until the timeline was confirmed by James and Lily's headstone in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.
His greatest wish is to become a member of the Headless Hunt , as mentioned in the second book. However, he is excluded due to the fact that he is not actually headless "he is nearly headless" and would never be completely able to participate in the activities such as "Head Polo".
The stare of the Basilisk is lethal to anyone who looks it directly in the eye. All of its living victims meet its gaze indirectly, either from a reflection or by seeing it through something else, and are only petrified rather than killed.
Nick is the only one to look directly at the Basilisk, but he too is petrified since he is a ghost and cannot die again.
Nick also protected Hufflepuff student Justin Finch-Fletchley from death after Justin saw the basilisk's eyes through Nick's transparent body, thus only petrifying him as well.
The character appears again in Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix when Harry has been looking for comfort upon Sirius' death, hoping he can see him later as a ghost.
Nick explains that only witches and wizards who fear death and refuse to go on can become ghosts, dashing Harry's hope of communicating with Sirius.
The character was portrayed in the film series by John Cleese , and only appears in the first two films. Hogwarts was founded a millennium ago the exact date unknown by "four of the greatest witches and wizards of the age": [HP2] Godric Gryffindor, Helga Hufflepuff, Rowena Ravenclaw, and Salazar Slytherin.
The founders served as Hogwarts' first teachers, and each of the Hogwarts houses is named after one of the founders.
He was good friends with Salazar Slytherin but they had conflicting ideas as Salazar believed no muggle-borns should be accepted into Hogwarts.
His known relics are a goblin-made sword adorned with rubies also known as "The Sword of Gryffindor" and the Sorting Hat.
The two items share a particular bond: whenever a Gryffindor student is in a time of need, the sword will present itself within the Sorting Hat.
Gryffindor is said to have praised courage, determination and strength of heart above all other qualities. He also was the most accepting of allowing Muggle-borns into the school.
Helga Hufflepuff came from a broad valley. The Sorting Hat describes her as "good Hufflepuff" or "sweet Hufflepuff".
She favoured loyalty, honesty, and dedication. In Goblet of Fire , she is said to have considered "hard workers almost always most worthy of admission".
Elsewhere, she is described as taking "all the rest" of the students after selection by her colleagues. She was a good friend of Rowena Ravenclaw; their friendship is used to emphasise the failed friendship between Godric Gryffindor and Salazar Slytherin.
Many recipes traditionally served at Hogwarts feasts originated with Hufflepuff. According to an interview between Rowling and staff from The Leaky Cauldron , Hufflepuff introduced house-elves to Hogwarts, where she offered them refuge.
One relic of Hufflepuff, a small golden cup emblazoned with her symbol of a badger, is passed down to her distant descendant, Hepzibah Smith. This cup is stolen by Riddle later Voldemort and made into a Horcrux.
Rowena Ravenclaw  was a witch noted for her cleverness and creativity, and was described by Xenophilius Lovegood as beautiful. Ravenclaw devised the ever-changing floor plans and moving staircases in the Hogwarts castle, [ citation needed ] and coined the proverb "Wit beyond measure is man's greatest treasure.
In Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows , Harry learns that an artefact of Ravenclaw's became a Horcrux : her lost diadem, which granted enhanced wisdom to its wearer.
The Ravenclaw Diadem is destroyed near the end of the book as a result of exposure to Fiendfyre summoned by Vincent Crabbe , who is killed in the process while trying to control the fire.
Salazar Slytherin is described as power-hungry by the Sorting Hat , and was known as "shrewd Slytherin from fen ". Salazar Slytherin was one of the first recorded Parselmouths , an accomplished Legilimens , and a notorious champion of pureblood supremacy.
Slytherin is the only founder whose physical appearance is ever described in any detail; his statue in the Chamber of Secrets depicts a man "ancient and monkey-like, with a long thin beard that fell almost to the bottom of his sweeping robes.
He also selected his students according to cunning, ambition, and blood purity. Slytherin's first name is a reference to the midth-century Portuguese dictator 's surname — Rowling 's stay in Portugal where memory and legacy are present long after the dictatorship era inspired this name choice.
He describes the founding of the school and the schism which developed between Slytherin and the other founders, and he mentions that the castle was founded far from Muggles because, at that time, common people feared magic and persecuted suspected wizards and witches.
Slytherin wanted magical learning restricted to all-magical families, as he believed Muggle-born students to be untrustworthy and he disliked teaching such students.
According to ancient legend, Slytherin was responsible for the construction of the Chamber of Secrets. This chamber contained a magical creature, the Basilisk , susceptible to control by the Heir of Slytherin, and left there to purge the school of all Muggle-born students.
Another hypothesis suggests the Basilisk was meant to fend off an invading muggle force.