• Event Classes and exams were put off for the funeral, but some parents took their children home soon after learning of Dumbledore’s death. Many witches and wizards come to bid farewell to the “greatest headmaster Hogwarts ever had.” A chorus of merpeople sing a tribute from below the lake’s surface. Dumbledore’s… Read More
• Event Hogwarts gears up for battle as Voldemort seeks out the Horcruxes and takes flight for the school; Ron and Hermione destroy Hufflepuff’s Cup as Harry seeks the diadem of Ravenclaw… Read More
• Event During the Battle of Hogwarts, an explosion blasts a hole in the side of Hogwarts and kills Fred, who had just been reconnecting with Percy as they fought Death Eaters side-by-side. Fred had been surprised and delighted to hear Percy make a joke. Percy takes Fred’s death extremely hard, clinging… Read More
• Event Crabbe and Goyle are drugged (by some Sleeping Draught that Hermione puts in some chocolate cakes) and have their hair stolen by Harry and Ron. They add their hairs to the potion and drink it in the bathroom. Disguised as Crabbe and Goyle, Ron and Harry quiz Draco Malfoy and… Read More
• Event A running battle is fought between members of the D.A., a group of Death Eaters, and members of the Order of the Phoenix. Sirius Black is killed and many others are wounded (OP35). When Voldemort himself arrives and battles Dumbledore in the Atrium, Fudge is forced to admit that Voldemort… Read More
• Event Voldemort announces that he requires the services of a house-elf. Regulus Black volunteers Kreacher, the old house-elf who serves his family in Grimmauld Place, ordering him to do whatever the Dark Lord demands, then to come home. Voldemort takes Kreacher to the sea cave where he has prepared an island… Read More
• Event After Voldemort struck him down with the Killing Curse in the Forbidden Forest (DH33), Harry finds himself lying naked and without his glasses on a sort of floor surrounded by a bright white mist. Slowly his surroundings take on the shape of King’s Cross Station in London, and when… Read More