Where did the sword of Gryffindor go?
Snape deposited the real sword in a frozen lake in the Forest of Dean and used his corporeal Doe Patronus to guide Harry to the sword. When Harry tried to retrieve the sword, the Locket of Slytherin closed around his neck and attempted to strangle him, sensing that its destruction was near.
How did Harry Potter get the sword of Gryffindor in the deathly hallows?
How did Neville get the Sword of Gryffindor? In “Deathly Hallows,” Griphook the goblin claims that Godric Gryffindor stole his sword from the goblins and Griphook, in turn, steals the sword from Harry, Ron and Hermione in Gringotts.
How did Snape know where to hide the sword?
We learn later that the doe was Severus Snape’s Patronus. After learning the Trio’s general whereabouts from Nigellus, it appears Snape sent the Patronus in the hope that Harry would see and follow it to where Snape hid the Sword in the pond.
Why didn’t they show Bellatrix’s wand at Gringotts?
Because they knew her wand had been stollen. If they showed it, it would have been proof that they weren’t her. In the book, she gives them the wand and it alerts them that she is an imposter since the wand was known to be stolen. Harry then uses an imperius curse on the goblin in order to get in.
Why is the sword of Gryffindor so valuable?
(Lots of people who knew that Dumbledore wanted to give Harry the sword even imagined that Voldemort could be killed with the sword.) Now, come to Snape’s mind: He knew that the sword was definitely important because Dumbledore wanted him to deliver it to Harry.
What did Hermione see in Bathilda Bagshot’s house?
Bathilda Bagshot has actually been dead for weeks, which explains the flies and blood handprints Hermione finds. Her body has been inhabited by Nagini, Voldemort’s snake put there to trap Harry because Voldemort suspected, just as Hermione said, that Harry would return to the town where he was born.
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