The ghosts of the Chamber of Harry Potter the films each contributed an important part to the history of their House, but sadly, the appalling contexts for their continued presence at Hogwarts were not included. The first Harry Potter The book was published in 1997 to worldwide critical acclaim, securing six more books to be published over the next ten years. In 2001, the first Harry Potter cinema will be adapted and will be a blockbuster success, but there are a few more cuts from the books that will disappoint fans who love the intricate stories of the novelists.
The books have plenty more time and space with hundreds of pages each to explore the many characters and backstories of Hogwarts, but the Harry Potter the movies have a maximum of 2 1/2 hours each to capture the entire book. In the face of limited time, several backstory factors were excluded – even those that made significant contributions to the final fight against Voldemort. The ghosts of the Chamber go into the novels, but are less important in the plot of the story that movie time can be devoted to their history.
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Every Hogwarts House has a ghost, but the movies actually introduce Gryffindor’s Nearly-Headless Nick and Ravenclaw’s Gray Lady. However, their backstory and significance in the history of Hogwarts has never been explored other than Sir Nicholas ’lost head as a gag and Helena Ravenclaw’s parents in search of the lost diadem. Every ghost in the House suffers a horrific death not explored in the movies, which significantly contributes to why they all stay at Hogwarts. The four ghosts of the Houses are Sir Nicholas (Gryffindor), the Gray Lady (Ravenclaw), the Bloody Baron (Slytherin), and the Fat Friar (Hufflepuff).
Almost No Head Nick (Gryffindor)
Almost Headless Nick, whose real name is Sir Nicholas de Mimsy-Porpington, was killed in a (botched) beheading on the day of Halloween 1492. Since then he has been the ghost of Hogwarts Gryffindor. Sir Nicholas is only shown in the first two Harry Potter movies, in which he was important in the plot of Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets as one of the few to be petrified after seeing the eyes of the basilisk. the Harry Potter the movies mention his knighthood, with no complete destruction of the head, and that he was arranged by Gryffindor at Hogwarts, but not much is translated about him from the books.
the Harry Potter The novels reveal that before he died, Nicholas was constantly associated with muggles who brought him knighthood of King Henry II. On the night before Halloween in 1492, Sir Nicholas was walking in the park when he met a muggle woman, Lady Grieve, who was also at the court of Henry II. He tried to use a spell to help straighten its teeth, but this time it backed away and instead he grew a tusk There was an immediate resentment at his mistake, causing him to be imprisoned and sentenced to die in confiscation of the wizarding wand. If brought to the executioner’s block the Harry Potter books, Sir Nicholas had apparently become an emotional wreck with much weighed down with regret and fear. The executioner’s ax was not broken, so it took 45 swings of the ax to kill Nicholas, and his head was never cut off.
Like most ghostly ghosts, Sir Nicholas actually stayed among the living because he feared death. He will spend the rest of his life after Hogwarts, becoming a source of entertainment for Gryffindor students. In Harry’s first year at Hogwarts, Sir Nicholas and Hufflepuff’s ghost Fat Friar argues about whether Hogwarts ’bad poltergeist Peeves, should be allowed to attend the opening festival. Nicholas denies that Peeves gave the ghosts a bad name, but Fat Friar believes he should have a second chance. Nicholas also fights with the group of ghosts Headless Hunt, who won’t admit him because his head isn’t broken in the head. Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets Left most of it, including the Death-Day Party he disrupted where he was embarrassed when guests laughed at his completely severed head.
The Gray Lady / Helena Ravenclaw (Ravenclaw)
The ghost of Ravenclaw’s House, the Gray Lady, has been revealed to be Helena Ravenclaw, daughter of Hogwarts founder Rowena Ravenclaw. Not much is said about the founders of Hogwarts in the movies other than the artifacts of Godric Gryffindor and the evil legacy of Salazar Slytherin, so Helena’s contribution is the closest the films get to a Rowena Ravenclaw backstory. on Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2, Helena how Harry found Rowena’s lost diadem turned into one of the The Seven Horcruxes of Voldemort. He first resisted telling her, as Tom Riddle took it and “polluted”It was years before. He later gives in and is told a riddle that leads him to understand that it is in the Room of Need.
Helena has a uniquely interesting backstory that is Harry Potter movies sadly not included. Helena was obviously jealous of her mother’s success, so she stole her mother’s diadem which was said to have added to its owner’s ingenuity, and retreated to Albania. When Rowena is about to die, she sends the Bloody Baron, who has never ceased to love Helena, to find her. Helena tried to hide from him in a wood, and once he was nearby she hid the diadem in a hole in the wood. When he refused to go with her, he was killed and then killed himself. After death, he and the Baron returned to Hogwarts castle as ghosts.
Considered that he was a key part of defeating Voldemort and destroying his Horcruxes, it is surprising that Harry Potter did not expand the movies on his story. The movies revealed that Tom Riddle attracted him and revealed to him the location of the diadem, but they did not reveal that he had to travel to Albania because he was the one who stole it. His backstory also explains his soul grieving over the remorse of stealing his mother’s diadem and giving it to Voldemort, in addition to being killed by an ghost who was also at Hogwarts.
The Bloody Baron (Slytherin)
The Bloody Baron has no dialogue with either of Harry Potter films and can only be seen in small cuts of time Harry Potter and the Tigsalser Stone on his tour of the Slytherin in the Great Hall. Her lack of presence in the movies is a tragedy considering her intriguing backstory and intense connection to Helena Ravenclaw, who was instrumental in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2.
The Bloody Baron attended Hogwarts at the time of its founders, where he was arranged in the Slytherin House. After school, he fell in love with Hogwarts founder Rowena Ravenclaw’s daughter Helena, but he never reciprocated his love. When Helena runs to Albania, Rowena is too sick to follow her and sends the Baron instead. When he finds her in a forest, she tries to convince him to come back, but she refuses. In a fit of rage, the Baron stabs and kills Helena, after which she regrets using the same weapon to commit suicide.
After death, Baron and Helena return to Hogwarts is like them Harry Potter ghosts in the house. The Bloody Baron continued to carry chains as a sign of penance, and there was still Helena’s blood stained on his clothes, though only he and Helena knew it was his blood. Even from rival Houses, the Baron seems to be on par with Sir Nicholas. When arguing about Peeves ’attendance at the inaugural feast, the two sided against the other ghosts in banning him. Sir Nicholas is also inclined to ask the Bloody Baron to stop Peeves ’perversion, as the Baron is the only ghost who has influence over him.
The Fat Friar (Hufflepuff)
The real name and time of the Fat Friar at Hogwarts is unknown, but he was arranged by Hufflepuff and appointed to the founder Helga Hufflepuff. The only time Fat Friar appears in movies is when he floats with his main half off the floor Harry Potter and the Tigsalser Stone at the time of the beginning of the festival. None of his backstory is revealed in movies or books, but the Harry Potter website Pottermore gives an interesting account of what caused his stay at Hogwarts after death.
After his time at Hogwarts, Fat Friar continued to engage the clergy in a religious order. Apparently he was a kind man, who would fix muggles and devote his life to service for causes. The Fat Friar killed by elderly members of the clergy who found suspicion that he could fix the pocket by pointing a wand (wand) at the sick, and often misunderstood pulling rabbits from the church cup. Apparently he could not move on from his death because he was tragically murdered and regretted that he did not become a cardinal in the Catholic Church. Despite this, Fat Friar tends to have a happy demeanor Harry Potter movies and books.
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