Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows

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  • Chapter 1: The Dark Lord Ascending
  • Chapter 2: In Memoriam
  • Chapter 3: The Dursleys Departing
  • Chapter 4: The Seven Potters
  • Chapter 5: Fallen Warrior
  • Chapter 6: The Ghoul in Pyjamas
  • Chapter 7: The Will of Albus Dumbledore
  • Chapter 8: The Wedding
  • Chapter 9: A Place to Hide
  • Chapter 10: Kreacher’s Tale
  • Chapter 11: The Bribe
  • Chapter 12: Magic is Might
  • Chapter 13: The Muggle-Born Registration Commission
  • Chapter 14: The Thief
  • Chapter 15: The Goblin’s Revenge
  • Chapter 16: Godric’s Hollow
  • Chapter 17: Bathilda’s Secret
  • Chapter 18: The Life and Lies of Albus Dumbledore
  • Chapter 19: The Silver Doe
  • Chapter 20: Xenophilius Lovegood
  • Chapter 21: The Tale of the Three Brothers
  • Chapter 22: The Deathly Hallows
  • Chapter 23: Malfoy Manor
  • Chapter 24: The Wandmaker
  • Chapter 25: Shell Cottage
  • Chapter 26: Gringotts
  • Chapter 27: The Final Hiding Place
  • Chapter 28: The Missing Mirror
  • Chapter 29: The Lost Diadem
  • Chapter 30: The Sacking of Severus Snape
  • Chapter 31: The Battle of Hogwarts
  • Chapter 32: The Elder Wand
  • Chapter 33: The Prince’s Tale
  • Chapter 34: The Forest Again
  • Chapter 35: King’s Cross
  • Chapter 36: The Flaw in the Plan
  • Epilogue: Nineteen Years Later
  1. The Dark Lord Ascending – In which Voldemort steals Lucius Malfoy’s wand, the Death Eaters gathered in Malfoy Manor make fun of Tonks’ marriage to a werewolf, and Voldemort kills Charity Burbage, the former Hogwarts Muggle Studies teacher. Snape also reports to Voldemort the plans of the Order of the Phoenix to move Harry Potter from number four Privet Drive.
  2. In Memoriam – In which Harry prepares to leave Privet Drive, emptying the school trunk and preparing a backpack with the objects most important to him. In the process, he also goes through the newspapers of the past few weeks to reread and save Dumbledore’s obituary. At the end of the pack, he notices a newspaper interview in which Rita Skeeter discusses her upcoming revealing biography, The Life and Lies of Albus Dumbledore.
  3. The Dursleys Departing – Vernon Dursley expresses reluctance to leave Privet Drive on Harry’s orders, Harry reiterates the situation, and Dudley uses common sense.
  4. The Seven Potters – In which Mad-Eye arrives with Ron, Hermione and various members of the Order, announcing a change of plans. Six of them will use the Polyjuice potion to act as bait for Harry Potter, while seven will act as guards, with each guard / potter pair heading to a different shelter. Flying apart, they are all attacked and Hedwig is soon killed. Harry betrays himself using the Disarming Charm, and he and Hagrid barely escape with their lives, crashing into the Tonks’ back garden.
  5. Fallen Warrior – When the survivors arrive at the Burrow, they discover that Mundungus fled and that George Weasley and Mad-Eye were both seriously injured during the altercation. After that, Harry sees Voldemort torturing Ollivander and demanding to know why using Lucius Malfoy’s wand did not end his problems with Harry Potter’s invincibility.
  6. The Ghoul in Pyjamas – In an effort to prevent Harry, Ron, and Hermione from making travel arrangements, Molly Weasley overwhelms them with wedding preparation duties, but Ron and Hermione convince Harry that they are aware of the responsibilities that come with travelling with him and that they have taken precautions to shield their families from reprisals. Hermione reveals that she used books taken from Dumbledore’s office to conduct research on the issue of destroying Horcruxes. Simple plans are made to celebrate Harry’s birthday, which falls the day before the wedding, and Fleur’s parents show up for the nuptials.
  7. The Will of Albus Dumbledore – It’s Harry’s 17th birthday and Rufus Scrimgeour arrives to deliver Albus Dumbledore’s legacy to Harry, Ron and Hermione in an attempt to extract information from them.
  8. The Wedding – Harry shows up at Bill and Fleur’s wedding in disguise thanks to Polyjuice Potion, where he runs into Xenophilius Lovegood, Muriel, Ron’s Great Aunt, and Viktor Krum and Elphias Doge again. Harry is reminded of Gregorovitch’s identity by Krum, discovers that Xenophilius is sporting a symbol connected to Grindelwald, and learns more about the Dumbledores from Muriel’s rumours. The guests are informed that the Death Eaters are approaching because the Ministry has collapsed and Scrimgeour is dead when Shacklebolt’s Patronus enters the party and interrupts it.
  9. A Place to Hide – In which Harry, Ron and Hermione escape from the Death Eaters by materializing in Tottenham Court Road, Hermione’s bag turns out to have hidden depths and they go to a Muggle cafe to plan their next move. Dolohov and Rowle arrive, duel and, after cleaning up, Harry recommends hiding in Grimmauld Place.
  10. Kreacher’s Tale – In which Harry continues his exploration of Grimmauld Place, finds a letter from his mother in Sirius’ room, and learns that Regulus, Sirius’ brother, was the enigmatic R.A.B. Harry calls Kreacher, who then reveals that while he took the locket, it was later taken from him by Mundungus Fletcher and explains how it ended up in Regulus’ possession. Hermione remembers seeing the locket two summers earlier. In order to gain Kreacher’s loyalty, Harry gives him the fake locket and asks him to bring Mundungus to Grimmauld Place.
  11. The Bribe – When Lupin approaches Harry, Ron, and Hermione at Grimmauld Place and offers to join them on their adventure, Harry declines because he understands that Lupin is trying to get away from problems in his personal life. When Kreacher and Mundungus reunite, Mundungus reveals that Umbridge stole the locket from him as payment for holding off on reporting him for illegally selling magical artefacts.
  12. Magic is Might – In which Harry, Ron and Hermione, after weeks of planning, ambush three Ministry employees, assume their identities and sneak into the Ministry headquarters. To their horror, they discover that Ron has assumed the identity of a man whose wife is being questioned about his blood status and who faces a sentence in Azkaban for being a Muggle-born with a wand.
  13. The Muggle-Born Registration Commission – Hermione goes to court with Umbridge while Harry enters Umbridge’s office to find Mad-eye Eye’s mounted on the door and a file on Arthur Weasley as well as a copy of Rita Skeeter’s book inside. When Harry and Hermione arrive in the courtroom, they stun the Ministry employees, take the locket, and release the prisoners while advising them to go into hiding. Harry then returns upstairs with the eye. When they realise they’ve unintentionally brought a Death Eater into Grimmauld Place’s defences, they are forced to abandon their attempt to return there after picking up Ron.
  14. The Thief – In which Harry, Ron, and Hermione show up at the former Quidditch World Cup campsites, Ron having suffered a fracture. After Hermione attends to Ron’s wounds and the group pitches their tent, Harry sees Voldemort questioning Gregorovitch and realises that Voldemort is looking for something that Gregorovitch once had but had long since been stolen by a young man.
  15. The Goblin’s Revenge – In which Harry, Ron and Hermione spend weeks moving from place to place, unable to destroy the Horcrux medallion or think of a clue to find the others and fighting each other in frustration, compounded by the poisonous influence of the Horcrux . Eventually, they run into other fugitives, a group of fleeing Muggle-born wizards and goblins, and discover that the Gryffindor sword has been replaced with a fake one. They then question the portrait of Phineas Nigellus (which Hermione hid in her purse) and discover that the sword should be capable of destroying the Horcruxes. Ron, his self-control weakened by the Horcrux, then loses his temper and walks away.
  16. Godric’s Hollow – Weeks go by as Harry and Hermione focus on tracking down a lead to where the sword is, their hearts having left them along with Ron. Hermione agrees to Harry’s request to visit Godric’s Hollow over the holidays because of the quest. Harry is going for personal reasons. They carefully prepare before they Apparate into Godric’s Hollow in disguise and pay respects at Harry’s parents’ graves.
  17. Bathilda’s Secret – Leaving the graveyard, Harry and Hermione see the old Potters house, then meet someone who appears to be Bathilda Bagshot, but doesn’t speak until she is alone with Harry. Too late, Harry discovers that they have been led into a trap and that Bathilda’s corpse is being used as a disguise for Nagini. He and Hermione manage to escape, at the cost of Hermione accidentally breaking Harry’s wand.
  18. The Life and Lies of Albus Dumbledore – They discover that the young man in the photograph was Gellert Grindelwald, who according to Rita Skeeter was very close to Albus Dumbledore for a brief period when they were young, at a crucial time in both their lives. In this scene, Hermione gives Harry a copy of The Life and Lies of Albus Dumbledore that she picked up in the Bagshot house.
  19. The Silver Doe – In which Hermione materializes with Harry in the Forest of Dean, where Harry, standing guard late into the night, sees and follows a Patronus in the form of a silver doe into a frozen pond where the sword of Gryffindor lies. He is nearly strangled by the chain of the Horcrux’s medallion when he dives to retrieve it, and is saved from drowning by Ron, who has been shown the way back from the Deluminator. Ron then confronts and destroys the Horcrux after Harry orders him to open up in Serpentese. They return together to the camp, where Harry has to protect Ron from Hermione for a while.
  20. Xenophilius Lovegood – Hermione discovers the triangular mark in a picture of one of Dumbledore’s letters, Harry and Ron update each other on their adventures, and the group visits Xenophilius Lovegood at his house to learn more about the mark.
  21. The Tale of the Three Brothers – In which Xenophilius Lovegood describes the symbol as the Deathly Hallows symbol and explains that “The Tale of the Three Brothers” is the story’s original source, which Hermione then reads aloud. The symbol’s meaning is then explained by Xenophilius, who also talks about the Hallows. After noticing that Luna has not been present for several weeks while Harry is wandering the house, Harry confronts Xenophilius. The Death Eaters have taken her, says Xenophilius, and he intends to detain Harry, Ron, and Hermione until they show up so that he can exchange them for her. While demonstrating that Xenophilius wasn’t making up what he told the Death Eaters, Harry, Ron, and Hermione succeed in escaping.
  22. The Deathly Hallows – In which Harry becomes obsessed with the Gifts, particularly the Stone (which he realizes is hidden inside the Snitch that Dumbledore left him). Ron takes on the hunt for the Horcruxes. Ron finally manages to catch a Potterwatch broadcast, from which Harry, Ron and Hermione discover that Voldemort is out of the country, and Harry deduces that Voldemort is looking for the Elder Wand. Harry then accidentally says Voldemort’s name aloud, which breaks his protective spells, betraying his whereabouts to a gang of Snatchers.
  23. Malfoy Manor – In which Hermione uses a jinx to conceal Harry’s appearance just before the Snatchers abduct the entire group and take them to Malfoy Manor. The subsequent questioning at Malfoy Manor quickly takes a grim turn when Hermione is tortured by Bellatrix, who wants to know how they got the sword. Unfortunately, the Snatchers recognise Hermione and find the sword. Dobby shows up when Harry uses the broken two-way mirror to call for assistance. Dobby assists Ron and Harry in freeing every prisoner held at the Manor, including Bellatrix and Draco, but in the end Bellatrix fatally wounds Dobby.
  24. The Wandmaker – When Harry burys Dobby, he regains his perspective and prioritises the hunt for the Horcruxes over the Hallows quest, even though he is aware of the location of the Elder Wand, the fact that Voldemort is about to obtain it, and the likelihood that a Horcrux is concealed in the Gringotts vault owned by the Lestrange family. Before informing the others that Voldemort is stealing the Elder Wand from Dumbledore’s grave, he first asks Griphook for assistance in breaking into Gringotts and then queries Ollivander about it.
  25. Shell Cottage – In which Griphook agrees to help break into Gringotts in exchange for the sword, which he legitimately considers to be owned by the goblins, and Harry and Ron agree in bad faith, planning to keep it until the Horcrux hunt is over. Lupine arrives to announce the birth of his son and ask Harry to be the best man, and Bill takes Harry aside in the confusion to warn him not to break faith with the goblins.
  26. Gringotts – When all of the plans and preparations are finished, Griphook goes to Gringotts with Harry, Ron, and Hermione, hiding with Harry under the Cloak while Hermione pretends to be Bellatrix and Ron adopts an alias. They are able to enter the Lestranges’ vault before various defences are activated by using spells to influence the thoughts of Gringotts staff members. They are successful in taking the cup out of the vault, and they then make their getaway by letting the dragon that has been watching over the safest vaults escape.
  27. The Final Hiding Place – In which Harry, Ron, and Hermione spend the majority of the day on the dragon before fleeing from it just before dusk. Harry sees the theft being reported to Voldemort and realises they are out of time because he now knows they are searching for Horcruxes and they must reach the Hogwarts Horcrux before he does.
  28. The Missing Mirror – In which Harry, Ron and Hermione return to Hogsmeade, are chased by the Death Eaters and are saved by Aberforth Dumbledore, who advises them to abandon their search and explains why he does not blindly trust his deceased brother’s judgment by telling them the true story of life and the death of Ariana Dumbledore.
  29. The Lost Diadem – Neville leads Harry, Ron, and Hermione through the corridor leading from the Hog’s Head to the Room of Requirement, where Dumbledore’s Army summarises the events at Hogwarts and the Ravenclaws inform Harry about the Ravenclaw sceptre. Alecto Carrow surprises them in the Ravenclaw common room as Luna leads Harry to Ravenclaw Tower to see how it is depicted on the statue.
  30. The Sacking of Severus Snape – In the one where the Carrows are tied up, Voldemort learns of both the theft of the Horcrux medallion and Harry’s arrival at the Ravenclaw Tower, Snape takes a short break, McGonagall awakens the castle, and many pupils arrive to help defend. Hogwarts. .
  31. The Battle of Hogwarts – Voldemort issues an ultimatum, McGonagall orders the expulsion of anyone underage or unwilling to fight, and Harry discovers how Voldemort came into possession of the diadem. Harry, Ron, and Hermione travel to the Room of Requirement to destroy the diadem after returning from destroying the cup. They come across Draco Malfoy, Crabbe, and Goyle there, but Draco’s former goons no longer serve him. During the ensuing duel, Crabbe unleashes Fiendfyre, which wipes out most of the room’s contents and kills Draco. Draco and Goyle are saved as Harry, Ron, and Hermione make their way outside. They then run into Percy and Fred, who are fighting as Death Eaters, but Fred is killed when they are caught in an explosion.
  32. The Elder Wand – Voldemort stays behind with Nagini in the Shrieking Shack as the battle rages on, waiting for Harry and obsessing over the Elder Wand. The trio travels to him wearing the Invisibility Cloak as he draws a conclusion about the latter and sends for Snape, only to arrive in time to witness Snape’s murder and receive some of his memories as a parting gift.
  33. The Prince’s Tale – In which Harry, using the Pensieve, learns of his mother’s childhood friendship with Severus Snape, that Snape’s worst memory is how they separated, how Snape became Dumbledore’s agent and that he himself accidentally became a Horcrux that night. his parents were killed.
  34. The Forest Again – Harry goes to the Forbidden Forest to keep his appointment with Voldemort after learning that he was made into a Horcrux when Voldemort killed his parents. He makes sure Neville is aware of Nagini along the way before taking the Resurrection Stone out of the Snitch and using it. He arrives at Aragog’s web, where the Death Eaters are now encamped, and makes no effort to defend himself as Voldemort casts the Killing Curse upon him.
  35. King’s Cross – In which Harry wakes up in what appears to be King’s Cross Station, where he finds a fragment of the soul of Voldemort, now helpless, and Albus Dumbledore, who explains to him what just happened. Harry has to choose between continuing or going back, and chooses to go back.
  36. The Flaw in the Plan – When Hagrid is forced to carry Harry’s body up to the castle, where Voldemort displays him to the defenders in an effort to break their will to resist, Harry plays dead and both he and Voldemort regain consciousness in the Forest. When Neville confronts Voldemort, the villain body-binds him and, in an effort to make a point, dons the Sorting Hat. When Voldemort is diverted by the appearance of the centaurs, Neville takes Gryffindor’s sword out of the Hat and kills Nagini. When the battle resumes, Harry is able to defeat Voldemort.
  37. Epilogue: Nineteen Years Later – The one where Harry, Ginny, Hermione, Ron and Draco are taking their older children on the Hogwarts Express.





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