Description. Sirius Black attempted to break into the Gryffindor Tower to kill Peter Pettigrew, but was stopped by the Fat Lady in her portrait, whom he stabbed and fled.
Entrance. The entrance to the Gryffindor common room was concealed under the portrait of the Fat Lady, on the lavish Gryffindor Landing. To enter one had to present the Fat Lady with the correct password of the week.
Sirius didn't exactly improve matters when he tried to sneak into the Gryffindor dormitory by slashing the Fat Lady's portrait.
It was Crookshanks who helped Sirius gift Harry his Firebolt. Sirius tasked the cat with taking the broomstick order to the Owl Office in Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban. A Nuriyah Kalong i a 7122 més els agrada. Crookshanks happens to be R.A.B, i mean R.A.B happens to be an animagi and that is Crookshanks.
Sirius was assumed guilty for betraying the Potters, killing Pettigrew and all the Muggles and sent to Azkaban. Sirius escaped when he realized Pettigrew was alive and came to Hogwarts to avenge the betrayal of the Potters.
If you turn to page 394 in the actual book (Harry Potter And The Prisoner Of Azkaban), it shows when Harry, Ron, Hermione, Sirius, Lupin and Pettigrew were in The Shrieking Shack. Only, couple a pages close to Lupin's werewolf confession.
At Hogwarts, rather than be sorted into Slytherin like the rest of his family, Sirius was placed in Gryffindor. In contrast to his home life, Sirius greatly enjoyed life at Hogwarts, where he was inseparable from his best friend, James Potter.
When Alfonso Cuaron signed on as director for Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, he recast the Fat Lady and gave the part to British television comedian Dawn French.
Hermione's patronus is an otter, which means Rowling based Hermione's patronus on her favorite animal. It makes sense that Rowling would choose her favorite animal for Granger. The author has said that she sees much of herself in the young wizard, including shared "insecurity and a great fear of failure."
1 Lupin Believed Sirius Was Guilty
He believed this throughout Prisoner of Azkaban, only understanding he was innocent when he saw Peter Pettigrew on the Marauder's Map.
Once Sirius traps Harry in the Shrieking Shack, we learn that Sirius is innocent and it is actually Peter Pettigrew who supported Voldemort; Pettigrew was made the Potters' Secret Keeper and then betrayed them to Voldemort.
Obviously Dumbledore didn't know Sirius was innocent. None of PoA would have made sense if Dumbledore didn't actually believe that there was a mad man on the loose trying to kill Harry. Yet some people think Dumbledore knew Sirius wasn't the secret keeper but wanted to let him rot anyways.
Sirius was never a Death Eater and, in this last moment before the big reveal, the audience is being clued in.
The most famous Gryffindor in Harry Potter is Godric Gryffindor. While Harry Potter would arguably be the most famous member, Gryffindor House would not exist without Godric. He is one of the four founders of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.
When Harry and the other first-year students arrive at the entrance to Gryffindor Tower, Percy addresses the portrait of a very fat lady, in a pink silk dress, to give her the password, "Caput Draconis." Never named, the portrait is called The Fat Lady throughout the rest of the series.
History. On 1 May 1998, Harry Potter and Luna Lovegood ventured into Ravenclaw Tower in the hopes of locating the legendary Ravenclaw's Diadem. However, they were ambushed by the Death Eater Alecto Carrow, who then attempted to summon Lord Voldemort to Harry with her dark mark.
Loyalty. Crookshanks was Hermione Granger's pet cat. He was half-Kneazle, as evidenced by his lion-like appearance, ability to solve problems on his own without aid or teaching, and clear dislike of and ability at recognising untrustworthy persons (even if they are transfigured).
1. Albatross. As the rarest Patronus possible, the Albatross represents an enormous bird that flies freely across any sea. This Patronus represents those who are simultaneously fearless, optimistic, happy-go-lucky, and ambitious.
Coincidentally, the Patronus of Harry's future wife, Ginny, was a horse. James Potter's Patronus was the same form as his Animagus.
An iconic moment, Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone boasted the very first utterance of a Gryffindor password. It was 'Caput Draconis' which is Latin for 'dragon's head' and that definitely fits as a straightforward password for the common room.
A teacher who taught the skill did not need to be an Animagus themselves, as shown when Professor Dumbledore, who was not an Animagus, taught Minerva McGonagall how to successfully become one.
The entry password was "Pure-blood" when Draco Malfoy let them in. The Polyjuice Potion's wearing off prompted Harry and Ron to leave after staying nearly an hour, still not finding out the identity of the Heir of Slytherin, but they did learn that Malfoy was not the heir, as they originally thought.
She was sorted into Slytherin House at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry and hated her time at the school due to never being given any positions of power.
In the Harry Potter books, only a few Animagi (registered and unregistered alike) are even mentioned. They are James Potter, Sirius, Wormtail, Skeeter, McGonagall, Talbott Winger, and an unnamed witch who can turn into a cat. The fact that there are so few Animagi just causes us fans to want to know more about them.
Tonks attended Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry from 1984 to 1991 and was Sorted into Hufflepuff House. She was in the same year at Hogwarts as Gryffindor Charlie Weasley.