• Character also means "an avenging demon or god" (Oxford English Dictionary). moody describes someone whose
• Place Though we don’t know where Mad-Eye-Moody lives, we do know that on August 30, 1994, he was ambushed at home by Barty Crouch, Jr., Stunned, then put under the Imperius Curse (GF35). The only part of Moody’s house that seemed to be damaged in the encounter were his rubbish… Read More
• Image “Mad-Eye” Alastor Moody, Privet Drive kitchen, Seven Harry Potters, Polyjuice Potion (DH4). Read More
• Source The fourth-year students gather bubotuber pus in Herbology, study Blast-Ended Skrewts with Hagrid in Care of Magical Creatures class, study Astrology in Divination, and Draco Malfoy delights in pointing out that Mr. Weasley is in the paper again. In the argument… Read More
• Event At the time, this event was blamed on Mad-Eye being paranoid and overly defensive, blasting away at things when he felt like he was under attack. The Ministry never assumed that this was genuine: “Arthur, you know Mad-Eye … Someone creeping into his yard in the dead of night?… Read More
• Event Barty Crouch Jr. (while disguised as Moody) summons Dobby to the staffroom on the pretense of collecting dirty laundry and then makes sure the elfs hears him having a very loud discussion with McGonagall about the second task and the possibility of Harry using gillyweed to complete it (GF26,… Read More
• Event Moody is attacked by Voldemort in the skies over Surrey during the Battle of the Seven Potters. Mundungus Fletcher, who is riding with Moody, panics and Disapparates, leaving Mad-Eye vulnerable. Voldemort’s Killing Curse hits Moody and his body falls from his broom. Later that night, when the battle is over, members… Read More
• Event Mad-Eye Moody’s first Defence Against the Dark Arts class for the fourth years is a demonstration: “You can put those away,” he growled, stumping over to his desk and sitting down, “those books. You won’t need them.” They returned the books to their bags, Ron looking excited. He proceeds… Read More
• Event After Harry and Cedric were abducted and returned from Voldemort and the graveyard after the Third Task of the Triwizard Tournament, an apparently sympathetic Mad-Eye Moody pulled Harry away from the dead Cedric and took him back to the castle. As they talked, Harry realized that Moody was asking many… Read More
• Magical objects Mad-Eye Moody was well-known to drink only from a hip flask he always carried because he feared being poisoned by Dark Wizards even while among friends (GF12). Read More
• Magical objects After losing his eye while battling Death Eaters (Pm), Alastor Moody received a magical replacement that could swivel around in all directions (GF14) and even see through Harry’s Invisibility Cloak (GF25). Read More