Albus Dumbledore, größter Zauberer seiner Zeit und Schulleiter von Hogwarts, war schon immer eines der großen Rätsel der. Albus Percival Wulfric Brian Dumbledore(* Sommer ; † ) war zu Harry Potters Schulzeit. Albus Percival Wulfric Brian Dumbledore ist der bekannteste Schulleiter, den Hogwarts je hatte und spielte eine Schlüsselrolle in den Kriegen.
Was bedeuten eigentlich die Titel von Albus Dumbledore?Der Urgroßvater von Albus Dumbledore soll einen gehabt haben, welcher verschwand, als er starb. Später hatten Percival und Kendra Dumbledore die drei. Albus Percival Wulfric Brian Dumbledore ist eine fiktive Figur in der Harry-Potter-Serie von J. K. Rowling. Für den größten Teil der Serie ist er der Schulleiter der Zaubererschule Hogwarts. Albus Dumbledore™, Leiter der Hogwarts™-Schule für Hexerei und Zauberei. Die Figur Albus Percival Wulfric Brian Dumbledore™ ist in allen Büchern und.
Albus Dumbledore Tartalomjegyzék VideoAlbus Dumbledore Scenes (Crimes of Grindelwald) - Logoless 1080p Albus Percival Wulfric Brian Dumbledore ist eine fiktive Figur in der Harry-Potter-Serie von J. K. Rowling. Für den größten Teil der Serie ist er der Schulleiter der Zaubererschule Hogwarts. Dumbledore ist der einzige Schulleiter, der auf dem Hogwartsgelände begraben wurde. Albus Dumbledores Porträt ist immer noch in Hogwarts. Harry Potter. Albus Percival Wulfric Brian Dumbledore (* †) ist Harrys Schulleiter in Hogwarts und wird für ihn zu einer Vaterfigur. In der magischen Gesellschaft gilt. Der Urgroßvater von Albus Dumbledore soll einen gehabt haben, welcher verschwand, als er starb. Später hatten Percival und Kendra Dumbledore die drei. Albus Percival Wulfric Brian Dumbledore professzor ( júliusa vagy augusztusa – Roxfort, júniusa) kitalált szereplő J. K. Rowling nagy sikerű Harry Potter-sorozatáamychavez.comdore a Roxfort Boszorkány- és Varázslóképző Szakiskola igazgatója és a Főnix Rendjének vezetője. Keresztneve, az Albus latin szó, jelentése: „fehér”, „tiszta”.Meghalt: júniusa, Roxfort. In the Harry Potter series, where readers also saw his death in the sixth book, Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, Albus Dumbledore was added. Albus Dumbledore🥞 (@dumbleddady) on TikTok | K Likes. Fans. 10, points to Gryffindor! 🚫We do not accept ferrets at Hogwarts!🚫.
Thanks to their magical existence and ability to heal faster, wizards have a longer lifespan than muggles, among other things.
This is why Dumbledore had a long and fascinating life. In Fantastic Beasts 3, which will hopefully broaden his backstory a little further.
Albus Dumbledore is expected to return. Enabling viewers to learn more about all the fights and events he witnessed and encountered.
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Imenski prostori Stranica Razgovor. It is also Grindelwald's mark. Meanwhile, Harry and Hermione agree that the Sword of Gryffindor could be hidden in Godric's Hollow, possibly left with Bathilda Bagshot , a noted historian.
They Apparate to Godric's Hollow. In a church cemetery, Hermione finds the same symbol on Ignotus Peverell's tombstone. In Skeeter's book, Harry and Hermione find a photo of the teen-aged Dumbledore and his friend, Gellert Grindelwald.
In the chapter, "The Greater Good". Skeeter writes that Dumbledore returned to Godric's Hollow to head the family, though many residents saw little evidence of that.
Aberforth ran wild, and Ariana stayed hidden. That same summer, Bathilda Bagshot took in her grand-nephew, Gellert Grindelwald, a brilliant student who was expelled from Durmstrang.
He and Albus became close friends. In a letter to Gellert, Albus agrees Wizards should dominate Muggles, if it is for "the greater good," but wizards must rule responsibly.
Skeeter claims Dumbledore planned to establish wizards' rule over Muggles, contradicting his later stance supporting Muggle-born wizards and protecting Muggles' rights.
Soon after, Dumbledore and Grindelwald acrimoniously parted, possibly due to Ariana's sudden death. Aberforth blaming Albus for Ariana's demise also seemed connected to Albus and Gellert's relationship.
Grindelwald went on to terrorize the European wizard world; for five years, Dumbledore ignored pleas for help before challenging and defeating Grindelwald.
Unanswered questions remained: Had Dumbledore's prior relationship with Grindelwald delayed his taking action?
If Ariana was a Squib, was her death accidental or a first attempt at implementing The Greater Good? These revelations cause Harry to suffer another loss: his faith in Dumbledore, who he once believed embodied only goodness and wisdom.
Hermione discredits Rita Skeeter's account and doubts that Dumbledore would oppress Muggles, despite what he professed at age seventeen.
Instead he chose to fight evil his entire life. Hermione surmises Harry is really angry because Dumbledore never shared this information, which Harry acknowledges that might be true, but he wonders how Dumbledore could leave him such a mess.
He is also left doubting Dumbledore's love for him. Xenophilius Lovegood tells the Trio about the Deathly Hallows and the three Peverell brothers.
Harry guesses that his father's Invisibility Cloak that Dumbledore once borrowed is a Hallow, and the Ring Horcrux was a Peverell artifact, which Harry suspects may be hidden inside the Golden Snitch.
Hermione and Ron, worried Harry is becoming obsessed with the Hallows, urge him to remain focused on only destroying the Horcruxes.
Harry ponders whether Dumbledore deliberately made everything so difficult to give Harry time to work things out. Meanwile, Mr. Ollivander tells Harry that the Elder Wand, a Hallow, is apparently undefeatable, though its owner is not.
While its history suggests it was passed from wizard to wizard through murder, Ollivander claims only disarming its master is necessary.
Harry realzies that Voldemort seeks the Elder Wand. Grindelwald stole it from Gregorovitch, using it to conquer Europe until Dumbledore defeated him; Dumbledore possessed it ever since.
Meanwhile, Harry watches through Voldemort's eyes as he removes the Elder Wand from Dumbledore's tomb. Harry wonders if only hunting for the Horcruxes, as Dumbledore wanted, is the correct course.
Harry also "sees" Voldemort's violent reaction to learning that the Trio obtained another Horcrux. Voldemort believes Dumbledore, who never trusted him, must be involved.
He is uncertain now if he can feel his Horcuxes being destroyed, and goes to check on another. Arriving in Hogsmeade, Harry, Hermione, and Ron are cornered by Death Eaters, but Aberforth Dumbledore pulls them safely into his pub.
Harry spies the twin to Sirius' mirror—Aberforth has been watching them through it. Aberforth questions Albus' mission, asking if Albus had been completely honest or if Harry ever wondered why three young, unqualified wizards were entrusted with such a dangerous mission.
Harry, wracked by doubt, is unable to answer; Aberforth scoffs that Albus learned secrecy at their mother's knee. Aberforth reveals the truth about his family's past.
Young Ariana was injured by Muggle boys who saw her performing magic, leaving her unable to control her powers. Their father, Percival, attacked the boys in retaliation, and, refusing to defend himself, was sentenced to Azkaban, where he died.
Their mother, Kendra, moved the family to Godric's Hollow and kept Ariana's condition hidden, spawing rumours she was a Squib.
Ariana's care fell upon Kendra and Aberforth, while Albus immersed himself in his studies, confining himself to his room when at home.
When Ariana accidentally killed Kendra with an uncontrolled magical outburst, Albus returned home to care for the family, just as Grindelwald turned up.
Aberforth discovered their elaborate scheme to overthrow Muggles, and as a fight broke out, a stray curse killed Ariana. Aberforth claims Albus was glad to be rid of his encumbrance, but Harry says Dumbledore was never freed.
After Albus drank the potion in the sea cave, Harry believes the raving Albus was pleading with Grindelwald not to hurt Aberforth and Ariana.
Harry avers not to abandon Albus' mission. Surprisingly, Aberforth relents and shows the Trio a secret passage into Hogwarts.
He later joins the battle inside the castle. Prior to the big battle, the Trio, hidden inside the Shrieking Shack, overhears Voldemort discussing the Elder Wand with Snape.
Voldemort suspects it performs poorly for him because Snape actually commands it, he being the one who murdered Dumbledore. Voldemort orders Nagini to kill Snape, then leaves.
Before Snape dies, Harry captures his memories in a flask that then he empties into the Pensieve. Harry first sees Snape pleading with Dumbledore to protect Harry's mother, Lily, from Voldemort.
Next, Snape is anguished over Lily Potter's death. Dumbledore says if Snape truly loved Lily, then he will protect her son when Voldemort returns.
Snape grudgingly agrees but demands Dumbledore never tell anyone. In another next memory, Snape is railing about Harry being a bad student, while Dumbledore asks Snape to watch over Professor Quirrell.
The scene shifts to Dumbledore and Snape at the Yule Ball. Snape says his and Igor Karkaroff 's Dark Marks are growing more distinct; Dumbledore muses that perhaps students are sorted into their Houses too soon, apparently implying Snape might have been better suited to a different House than Slytherin.
While still in Snape's memories, Harry now sees a semi-conscious Dumbledore, his hand blackened after putting on Marvolo Gaunt's cursed ring.
Snape treats him, but he can only slow the curse, not reverse it. Dumbledore has a year to live at most. The ring, now cracked, and the Sword of Gryffindor lie on Dumbledore's desk.
Dumbledore says this makes things easier, and discusses Voldemort's plot to have Draco Malfoy murder him. Snape says Voldemort intends for Draco to fail, solely as a means to punish the Malfoys.
Dumbledore guesses Voldemort intends that Snape will complete Draco's job, as Voldemort will no longer need a spy at Hogwarts once it falls under his control.
Dumbledore demands Snape's promise to watch over the students, and asks that he kill him when the time comes, both to save Draco's soul, and allow Dumbledore to die with dignity.
Snape, protesting, asks about his own soul, but Dumbledore responds that only Snape can determine if agreeing to his request will damage it.
Snape, reluctantly, gives his word. In Snape's next memory, Dumbledore is explaining to Snape that he was denied information given to Harry because Snape's mission puts him at a greater risk of being detected.
Snape, still angry, threatens to rescind his earlier promise. Later, Dumbledore warns Snape that if Voldemort suddenly becomes protective towards Nagini , then Harry must be told that he is a seventh, accidental Horcrux; Voldemort must kill Harry before Voldemort can be killed.
Snape is deeply dismayed that Dumbledore has only been protecting Harry so Voldemort can kill him. Dumbledore asks if Snape is starting to care about the boy.
Snape, denying this, produces his Patronus, a doe, the same as Lily Potter's, who he still loves. In Snape's next memory, he is talking to Dumbledore's portrait in the Headmaster's office.
The portrait tells Snape he must give Voldemort the correct date for when Harry leaves Privet Drive , if he is to retain Voldemort's trust.
Snape is to plant an idea into Mundungus Fletcher's mind to use multiple Harry decoys, disguised by Polyjuice Potion. In Snape's final memory with Dumbledore, Phineas Nigellus Black's portrait has just reported that Harry and Hermione are in the Forest of Dean; Dumbledore's portrait tells Snape to plant the Sword of Gryffindor there for them to find.
Harry knows Voldemort can only be defeated by allowing himself to be killed. After Harry enters Voldemort's camp in the Forbidden Forest, Voldemort fires the Killing Curse at him.
Harry awakens to find himself in an otherworldly place resembling King's Cross Station. A hideously-flayed, infant-like creature is wailing on the floor.
Dumbledore suddenly appears in full health, telling Harry that he Harry has not died. When Voldemort used Harry's blood to re-animate himself, he tethered his life to Harry's; Harry cannot die while Voldemort lives.
Harry's willingly sacrificing himself now shields his allies from Voldemort. The killing curse Voldemort cast at Harry has destroyed Voldemort's own soul fragment that was clinging to Harry.
Dumbledore also explains he believes that Harry and Voldemort's wands, already sharing a common core, merged even closer when wielded in a duel between two wizards who not only shared blood, but also some of the soul.
Harry was the stronger wizard because Voldemort feared death, while Harry was prepared to die. Harry's wand thus imbibed some power from Voldemort's, making it more powerful than any other wand Voldemort used.
Dumbledore asks Harry's forgiveness for withholding information about the Deathly Hallows. As a youth, he was obsessed with them - eager to escape death, and achieve fame and glory.
His resentment at having to care for his family made it easy for Gellert Grindelwald to befriend him. They bonded over their search for the Hallows, but wanted them for different reasons.
Dumbledore desired the Resurrection Stone to reunite his family, while Grindelwald would have used it to command an Inferi army. Grindelwald sought the Elder Wand to defeat the Wizarding realm.
Neither were interested in the Invisibility Cloak, both being proficient in Disillusionment charms, though Dumbledore had considered it for concealing Ariana.
Their brief friendship ended when they quarreled over Dumbledore's family obligations. After Ariana was killed, Grindelwald fled to Europe, beginning his reign of terror.
Dumbledore shamefully admits he delayed fighting Grindelwald. After defeating him, he won the Elder Wand, and Grindelwald was imprisoned in Nurmengard, where Voldemort eventually found him; Dumbledore says Grindelwald claimed he never possessed the Elder Wand, perhaps a remorseful last act to protect Dumbledore.
Dumbledore identified the gem in the Peverell ring as the Resurrection Stone, another Hallow. He put the ring on, hoping to see his mother and sister again, but the curse protecting it destroyed his hand and shortened his life.
Dumbledore says he withheld information about the Hallows so Harry would avoid the same trap Dumbledore fell into. He wanted Harry to gradually discover their true nature.
Death's true master, says Dumbledore, is the one who does not seek to run from it. Finally, Dumbledore says Harry can choose to travel on to the "other side" or return to the living world and fight Voldemort.
Harry chooses to return, but asks if their conversation has been real or only in his mind. Dumbledore responds that it is in his mind, but that does not make it less real.
After defeating Voldemort, Harry addresses Dumbledore's portrait, saying the Resurrection Stone has been left in the Forbidden Forest, and the Elder Wand will be secretly returned to Dumbledore's tomb, in the hope that its power dies with Harry.
The Invisibility Cloak will be passed on to his children. Dumbledore indicates his approval. In the epilogue, Harry has named his second son Albus Severus, after the two Hogwarts headmasters.
Albus Dumbledore is among the greatest wizards who ever lived, though his gentle, eccentric nature belies his prodigious magical talents and superior intellect.
Although he confined himself to a quiet teaching career at Hogwarts, he has long been considered a major player in the wizard world, heading many prestigious organizations, and is often consulted by the Ministry of Magic on magical matters.
He is also an innovative thinker who freely gives his opinion, and has acted as a rallying point during difficult times, showing great leadership against both implacable foe and arrant stupidity.
He is widely believed to be the only wizard Lord Voldemort has ever feared, and is singularly dedicated to defeating the Dark Lord, knowing he would eventually return, despite the Wizarding world's adamant insistence he was long dead.
Dumbledore is among the few in the magical realm who has always openly spoken Voldemort's name, believing it is unable to harm anyone.
Though he does not fear Voldemort's name, when addressing Voldemort directly, Dumbledore calls him "Tom," his birth name. Perhaps unusually for a wizard, Dumbledore is also an inventor, specifically of mechanico-magical devices.
His office contains many small, clockwork mechanisms performing unknown functions. We see two devices in action: a small object which, when queried, produces a smoke plume forming into the shape of the object or entity being asked about, and the Deluminator, which apart from storing light sources, also allows the owner to hear conversations about him, and can transport him to where that conversation is taking place.
He bequeathed the latter object to Ron Weasley, who was later able to use it, though it appears the Ministry of Magic was unsuccessful in determining these devices' purposes when studying them.
Dumbledore is also generous and fair with those disenfranchised from the wizarding world, believing they deserve equal status. He employs Remus Lupin a werewolf , Argus Filch, and Mrs.
Figg both squibs , and also Dobby and Winky free elves no one else would hire. He also employed Rubeus Hagrid as Hogwarts grounds and game keeper after his expulsion from Hogwarts, believing he was innocent, and eventually promoted him to professor Care of Magical Creatures.
Dumbledore tended to believe the best in most people. This is most evident when, after witnessing Severus Snape's deep remorse over his Death Eater past, permitted him to teach at Hogwarts, though this also allowed him to procure Snape's cooperation as a double agent in return.
Many believe Dumbledore's bestowing so much trust in those with questionable pasts was misguided, though his nearly succumbing to Dark magic in his youth made him realize it is always possible to redeem oneself.
Family is also important to Dumbledore, and he deeply loved his deceased parents and sister. Although he failed his mother and sister, he recognized and accepted responsibility for how his actions contributed to their premature deaths, a fact that haunted him the rest of his life.
Albus Dumbledore's greatest weakness seems to have been a certain inevitability about his own failings. This is particularly marked in Book 6, but is foreshadowed throughout the series where he is always preparing Harry as the one who must vanquish Lord Voldemort.
A brilliant student, Dumbledore often used his academic pursuits to shield himself from family obligations, letting the burden for his impaired sister's care fall upon his mother, Kendra, and his younger brother, Aberforth.
Dumbledore did put aside his personal pursuits to head the family after his mother's untimely death, but he bitterly resented taking on this responsibility and apparently did a poor job.
This sense of martyrdom contributed to his forming a close, albeit short-lived, relationship with Gellert Grindelwald, a young Dark wizard.
Albus was affected by Grindelwald's influence, and was briefly seduced by Dark magic's powerful allure, though he never actively pursued it.
Unfortunately, his poor judgment regarding Grindelwald was a significant factor in his sister's tragic death, and forever haunted him.
Despite following a light path ever after, Dumbledore never trusted himself around power, and instead spent his entire career at Hogwarts, an isolated place away from temptation.
Dumbledore was prone to being aloof and secretive, and while this undoubtedly helped him surprise his enemies, it may also have prevented him from gathering more trusted confidants who could have acted as advisers.
Though Dumbledore often consulted with the former Headmasters' portraits, their opinions on current events were restricted to their confined vantage point and often seemed outdated.
Some critics discussed the implications of this statement. The New York Times columnist Edward Rothstein said that "Ms.
Rowling may think of Dumbledore as gay"; however, "there is no reason why anyone else should". Slate quotes an attendee of the book talk who said, "It was clear that JKR didn't plan to out Dumbledore.
She just cares about being true to her readers. Thomas notes the skill Rowling displays in writing a gay character without having to put a gay label on him.
Gay rights campaigner Peter Tatchell stated that "It's good that children's literature includes the reality of gay people, since we exist in every society.
But I am disappointed that she did not make Dumbledore's sexuality explicit in the Harry Potter book. Making it obvious would have sent a much more powerful message of understanding and acceptance.
It shows that there's no limit to what gay and lesbian people can do, even being a wizard headmaster. Regarding Dumbledore's sexuality in the Fantastic Beasts series, Rowling said in that, "As far as his sexuality is concerned, watch the space".
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Rowling is giving millions of Harry Potter fans worldwide cause for celebration with these new editions of The Tales of Beedle the Bard, available December 4, Rowling's original five fairy tales, a new introduction, illustrations reproduced from the handcrafted book, and commentary on each of the tales from Professor Albus Dumbledore.
He has expressed interest in perhaps playing a different role some time in the future of the series. The Guardian, I say no! I played Gandalf!