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Harry's letters, plus reports in the Daily Prophethave made recent events sound suspicious to Sirius. Percy Weasley's boss, Bartemius Crouchmissing work sounds uncharacteristic to Sirius.
It was Crouch who sentenced Sirius to Azkaban without a trial. When Crouch headed the Aurors Department, he championed using desperate measures against Death Eatersachieving some results.
Crouch presided over his son's trial, convicting him. Crouch lost his son, who died in prison, his wife, who passed away shortly after, and his chance to be the Minister of Magic, eventually getting shunted aside to the Department of International Magical Cooperation. Sirius suspects Crouch wants to capture one last Dark Wizard to revive his career. Sirius also has no idea what the object on Karkaroff's arm could be. Ludo Bagman was quoted in interviews as saying that Bertha has a bad memory, though Sirius recalls she had an excellent one in school, at least for gossip.
Sirius also wonders why Bagman has been offering to help Harry win the Tournament. After Bartemius Crouch mysteriously appears and then disappears at Hogwarts, Harry writes Sirius, but his response only scolds Harry for straying out of bounds with another Triwizard Champion.
Other Champions might do anything, including attacking Harry, to win. Hermione agrees with Sirius, saying that Harry is safe inside the school, though Harry is annoyed that his godfather orders him to stay put. As Harry prepares for the Third TaskSirius sends messages filled with adjurations to ignore events outside Hogwarts; Harry's only priority should be safely navigating the Third Task maze. Sirius continues sending messages almost entirely filled with tips and tricks for casting charms and jinxes.
Following the Tournament's final event, Barty Crouch, Jr.
After Barty's confession, Dumbledore takes Harry to his office where Sirius, ragged and worried, awaits. Sirius feels Harry should rest, but Dumbledore insists that Harry immediately face what happened. Harry recounts Cedric Diggory's murder and Voldemort's resurrection in the graveyard.
Dumbledore then escorts Harry to the Hospital Wing, telling Sirius, back in his dog form, that he can stay with Harry. After Cornelius Fudge dismisses Dumbledore's and Harry's claims about Voldemort, Dumbledore requests that Snape and Sirius put aside their mutual animosity and maintain a cooperative truce.
He assigns both missions; Snape's is unknown, but Sirius, still a fugitive, is to alert "the old crew", then hide out at Remus Lupin's place. Order of the Phoenix [ edit ] A haggard-looking Sirius greets Harry, who arrives at Number 12, Grimmauld Placethe Black family's ancient home and now the Order of the Phoenix headquarters.
Sirius is still a fugitive, and Peter Pettigrew has presumably informed Voldemort about Sirius' Animagus dog shape, effectively confining Sirius to his hated home. Harry and the Weasleys staying there have temporarily lifted Sirius' spirits. At Sirius' suggestion, and over Mrs. Weasley's objections, Harry is permitted to ask questions about Voldemort.
Sirius lets slip that the Order is guarding something that Voldemort wants, but Mrs. Weasley abruptly ends the conversation. Weasley, and the younger crew work to make the dilapidated house habitable again. Kreacherthe Black family's old and apparently senile House-elfwho only took orders from Walburga Black's mad, shrieking portrait, grudgingly obeys Sirius' commands. A scorch mark shows where his name was blasted off after he rejected the family's pure-blood ethos and ran away.
Sirius points out other relatives, including his brother Regulusan apparent Death Eater who is rumored to have been killed by Voldemort.
As the students' departure date near, Sirius grows despondent again. Harry suspects Sirius' increased depression actually dates from Harry's Ministry hearing; if convicted, Harry would probably have stayed with Sirius at Grimmauld Place rather than return to Hogwarts. Sirius, in dog form, accompanies the party to King's Cross Station to see the students off.
He is evidently recognized by Lucius Malfoybecause shortly after, the Daily Prophet reports Sirius was spotted in London.
A story also appears in the Quibbler suggesting Sirius is innocent, though the Quibbler's journalistic standards are considered spurious. Sirius responds that the Order does not believe she is a Death Eater. Cornelius Fudge is paranoid that Dumbledore is building a secret wizard army to overthrow the Ministry, which is why Umbridge banned magic in Defense Against the Dark Arts classes.
Both Harry and Hermione veto Sirius' suggestion to meet during the next Hogsmeade Village weekend, claiming it is too dangerous. Sirius chides Harry for being so cautious, unlike his father, James. Sirius warns Harry that Mrs. Weasley knows about Harry's secret D.
JKR never stated either way (but she said he had no girlfriend).
A classes, and she forbids Ron to join; she advises Harry and Hermione to forego it, though Sirius approves. While discussing possible meeting locations, Umbridge's hand suddenly appears in the fireplace, grabbing at where Sirius' floating head has just vanished. Just before Christmas, Harry reports dreamed that Mr.
Weasley was attacked at the Ministry of Magic. Dumbledore alerts the Order, and Mr. Weasley is found alive, but seriously injured.
On arrival, Harry whiffs cooking sherry odors clinging to Sirius. Sirius vetoes Fred and George going to the hospital, saying the Order wants Harry's ability to "see" things from hundreds of miles away kept secret.
Harry privately tells Sirius that he observed the attack from the snake's point-of-view, and felt intense rage toward Dumbledore when their gazes met.
Sirius says he will inform Dumbledore, but Harry should not dwell on it.
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Weasley is expected to make a full recovery, and Sirius is overjoyed that everyone is staying for the holidays. Sirius seems unconcerned when Hermione is unable to find Kreacher, saying a House-elf is prohibited from leaving his master's home without permission. When Kreacher reappears, Harry notices that he is watching him speculatively, making Harry uneasy. Depressed that Harry is soon returning to Hogwarts, Sirius gives him a charmed mirror, saying Harry can contact him anytime with it.
Harry privately resolves never to use it, fearing it will risk Sirius being captured. Back at Hogwarts, a surprisingly and suspiciously friendly Professor Umbridge summons Harry to her office. She offers him a drink that Harry suspects contains Veritaserumand quietly discards it. Umbridge asks about Dumbledore's and Sirius' whereabouts; when Harry responds he does not know, Umbridge mentions that all Hogwarts fireplaces except hers are being monitored.
Harry peers into a Pensieve containing Snape's memories and observes the teen-aged Sirius and James mercilessly bullying Snape. Pettigrew eggs them on, while Remus Lupin, then a Gryffindor prefectdoes nothing. Snape returns and discovers Harry viewing his memories; furious and embarrassed, he ejects Harry from his office, ending their Occlumency lessons.
Disturbed by what he witnessed, Harry contacts Sirius, who admits that he and James were uncaring, foolish, and reckless youths, but claims Snape was far from innocent. That James matured into a kind and compassionate man, does little to soothe Harry, who could never behave as his father.
Both Sirius and Lupin are alarmed that Harry's Occlumency classes with Snape ended, and urge him to restart. But the students have been lured into an ambush—a dozen Death Eaters, led by Lucius Malfoyare lying in wait. They need Harry to retrieve a Prophecy concerning Harry and Voldemort.
Dumbledore has also arrived and confronts Voldemort.
As Sirius duels his cousin, Bellatrix Lestrange, her spell stuns him, sending his rigid body through a veiled stone archway. Harry rushes after him, but Lupin restrains him, saying it is too late. Dumbledore explains later that when Harry attempted to reach Sirius using the Floo Network, Kreacher lied about his godfather's whereabouts. At Christmas, when Sirius dismissed Kreacher, he manipulated that into permission to leave the house, going to the only Black relative he felt still upheld the family's values: Barred from revealing any Order of the Phoenix secrets, he could tell the Malfoys about Harry and Sirius' relationship.
Characters dont belong to me. Fiction T - English - Sirius B. I just wanted to do this especially since its Gryffindor vs. This is our last quidditch game as students here. I wanted to do this especially since I can't play. I also wanted a chance to bad mouth my evil brother in front of the school. I hate having to suffer because of you and your lack of boundaries.
You just had to look so attractive. I can't help that I can't keep my hands to myself. You're so sexy," Sirius told him kissing him. Remus groaned and reluctantly removed Sirius's hand from his pants. At least for now. When we win the game you can have your way with me. Lily cleared her throat and sat down next to the couple. McGonagall wants me to keep an eye on the two of you. Does she not trust a couple of marauders to do this?
Instead, he met one of the worst villains in the history of magic. Despite, or maybe because of, hints from the film—we think we'll see Credence Barebone and his sisters again. But we have to think that his marauding card was revoked after he handed James and his family to Voldemort and then framed Sirius for multiple murders.
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The legendary double-cross perpetrated by this rat set in motion the events that became an entire series. You'd think someone might have written a book about what could have happened if only Sirius had remained the Secret Keeper, or Wormtail had had any loyalty at all.
Sure, Pettigrew was a weak, grasping, frightened person who was probably terrified of being killed by Voldemort or Snape, or Rosier, etc. But as Sirius pointed out, Pettigrew should have accepted death. It's a far better choice than betraying your best friends, and by extension, the entire wizarding world.
Eventually, Wormtail does find his spine and commits one small heroic act before his new hand turns on him. But we wouldn't go so far as to say that Peter Pettigrew died a hero.
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In fact, we'd say he's the only marauder who didn't. These three brothers are at the origin of an epic magical legend surrounding the most powerful enchanted or cursed, depending objects known to wizardkind. We know these objects as the legendary Deathly Hallows. Cadmus, the second brother, sought to humiliate death by asking for the power to bring the dead back.
Of course, the dead have no place on Earth, so the girl became morose and disconnected—something Cadmus didn't seem to have considered at all. The couple ended up insane, then dead.
The Resurrection Stone was then put into a hideous ring, and you all know the rest. We're going to say some harsh words about Merope Gaunt here, even as we recognize that she had a terrible life.
Merope grew up in squalor, terrorized by a father and brother who treated her even worse than the Dursleys treated Harry. The Gaunts were also more hateful. Meanwhile, Tom Riddle Sr.
We can't blame Merope for becoming infatuated with the muggle, or for leaving her family home to be with him. Tom Riddle didn't love Merope back. Rather than accept this and find a new life away from Marvolo and Morfin, she decided to brew a magical potion that would make Tom act as if he were in love with her. They married and conceived a child. That may sound romantic, but when muggles do what Merope did, that's called "drugging and repeatedly raping" someone. We suspect that neither of Voldie's parents understood love, either.
Dumbledore obviously cared a lot about Harry, and vice versa. They're also related via the Peverells. But let's look at just a few things the Headmaster did and failed to do for the Boy Who Lived. For starters, he dumped him with the Dursleys, who he already knew they were awful people. Albus says later that he "hoped they'd treat Harry as a son.
It was clear by the time Harry was 5 that he'd always be miserable there, yet Dumbledore didn't even explore other places for the boy to live. Later, he does nothing to protect Harry or Neville from Snape, lets Harry go off into the Dark Forest when he knows how dangerous it is, and gives year old Harry one of the Deathly Hallows with no warning about what it is or that bad wizards might want it.
Even though Albus knew he had less than a year of life left, he didn't tell Harry how to find the Horcruxes. There was one right in Hogwarts castle! But the most dysfunctional part of their relationships is that Dumbledore spent more than 15 years orchestrating a situation wherein Harry would willingly walk into his own death.
A heads up might have been nice, right? Got any disagreements you'd like to share? Tell us all about it in the comments!