• Character The Gaunts are an ancient, in-bred, Pure-blood Wizarding family, direct descendants of Salazar Slytherin. The family is listed in the infamous Pure-Blood Directory from the 1930s as being one of the “Sacred Twenty-Eight” families which stayed true to pure-blood status. Most of the Gaunts were gifted with the ability to speak… Read More
• Source The Triwizard Tournament judges try to decide how Harry was selected, argue and finally accept the fact. Few believe that Harry did not enter his own name; Ron is not one of the few. Read More
• Source Hermione tries to help Harry, persuading him to write to Sirius Black. The other Houses (Hufflepuff and Ravenclaw) are no longer friendly to Harry, but he finds an ally in Hagrid. As the situation in the school grows worse, Draco Malfoy taunts Harry… Read More
• Source Harry works on solving the secret of the golden egg in the Prefects’ bathroom and is helped by Moaning Myrtle. He sees Crouch on the Marauder’s Map and, attempting to investigate, gets stuck in the stairs. With Moody‘s help he manages to avoid… Read More
• Source Harry returns to the Hogwarts maze with Cedric’s body, telling Mad-Eye Moody what happened while returning to the castle. Moody reveals that it was he who put Harry’s name in the Goblet of Fire, and that he stage-managed Harry’s performance in all three Triwizard… Read More
• Source The Weasleys return home, Fred and George are reprimanded by Mr. and Mrs. Weasley for giving Dudley the toffee, we learn more about the Weasley clan, and they have dinner in the garden. Read More
• Source Apparition is discussed, Fred and George Weasley are caught with toffees, and everyone sets off via Portkey for the Quidditch World Cup site. Read More
• Source They arrive at the campsite, erect their tents, tour the camp, meet Ludo Bagman (with whom Fred and George Weasley bet on the upcoming match), and excitement rises as game time draws near.  … Read More
• Source The spectators take their seats, Harry meets Winky (house elf for Barty Crouch), the Malfoys, and Mr. Oblansk (the Bulgarian Minister for Magic). The pre-game show features the Bulgarian and Irish team mascots, followed by the introductions of the team members, and the… Read More