- How did Sirius buy the Firebolt?
- Who sent Nimbus 2000 Harry?
- Who sent Harry the new broom?
- Is Crookshanks an Animagus?
- Was Lily Potter an Animagus?
- Who was Crookshanks true owner?
- Is Rita Skeeter a Death Eater?
- Is Severus Snape an Animagus?
- What did Sirius give Harry?
- Who owned Crookshanks before Hermione?
- What ever happened to Crookshanks?
- Was Rita Skeeter an Animagus?
- Is Hermione an Animagus?
- Is Mrs Norris an Animagus?
- Did aberforth send Dobby?
- How did aberforth get the mirror?
Originally Answered: How did Sirius Black acquire the Firebolt he secretly gave to Harry when he was still in hiding? Sirius had a close relationship with Hermione’s intelligent cat – Crookshanks, that instantly recognized that he was an animagus. Crookshanks placed the Firebolt order for Sirius.
professor Minerva McGonagallIn the movie, professor Minerva McGonagall gives Harry Potter a Nimbus 2000 when he joins the Gryffindor Quidditch team.
Harry Potter has owned several broomsticks. Harry started using the average school broomstick. Later in his first year, Minerva McGonagall sent him a Nimbus 2000 after he became part of Gryffindor Quidditch Team.
Crookshanks is part-kneazle, and particularly clever, but not an animagus.
James Potter James’s Animagus form was that of a stag, which earned him his nickname, Prongs. Strikingly, Harry’s Patronus was a stag and his mother Lily’s was a doe, a female deer, showing that the family’s characters were in harmony and formed part of the same animal group.
In 1993 Crookshanks was purchased from Magical Menagerie by Hermione Granger. The saleswoman from whom she had purchased him stated that he had been in the shop for a long time as “nobody wanted him”. Crookshanks played an important role in the events that took place on 6 June, 1994.
Rita was a reporter at the Death Eater trials after the first fall of the Dark Lord and has filled the pages of the Daily Prophet with her snide and nasty words, she once called Dumbledore an “obsolete dingbat.” She covered the Triwizard Tournament at Hogwarts, concentrating her efforts on digging up the dirt on Harry.
He is not an Animagus (Transfiguration doesn’t even seem to be his strength, nor would he be it). The bat reference is very common for Snape ever since book 1.
In addition to the Firebolt, we later discovered that Sirius was actually responsible for giving Harry his first-ever broomstick. Harry came across an old letter written by Lily to Sirius and discovered that he was particularly taken with a little toy broomstick Sirius had got him for his first birthday.
CrookshanksPhysical informationEye colourOrangeFamily membersGranger familyLoyaltyMagical Menagerie (former) Magical Menagerie saleswoman (former) Hermione Granger (owner) Sirius Black
In 1993 Crookshanks was purchased from Magical Menagerie by Hermione Granger. During the height of the Second Wizarding War, Crookshanks stayed at the the Burrow. It is unknown what happened to him after the war, but it can be assumed that he was returned to Hermione.
The sensationalist Daily Prophet reporter whom Dumbledore had banned from Hogwarts grounds managed somehow to wheedle her way back in by changing into her illegal Animagus form: that of a nasty little beetle.
This particular representation is a reflection of Hermione herself. Hermione is the brightest witch of her age, and she would be the first in the group to successfully transform into her Animagus form, a rather fitting fox.
Conclusion: Mrs Norris not an animal.” After discounting the theory that she is an Animagus (a human, like Professor McGonagall, that can shift into an animal by choice), the YouTube video says she must be a Maledictus, who was a witch before being permanently turned into a cat.
In 1998, Harry Potter and his friends were captured by Snatchers and imprisoned at the Malfoy Manor cellar. Harry asked for help while looking at a two-way mirror, Aberforth had the other mirror. He sent Dobby to rescue them, the house-elf did so, but was killed by Bellatrix Lestrange.
Harry looking in the mirror During their years in school, James Potter and Sirius Black used a pair of two-way mirrors so they could talk to each other while they were in separate detentions. After Sirius’ death, his mirror came into the possession of Mundungus Fletcher, who sold it to Aberforth Dumbledore.