It may seem like just another Christmas with the Weasleys, but Christmas at 12 Grimmauld Place in Order of the Phoenix reveals a lot of important details about what’s in store for Harry and his friends. Can you remember all of those seemingly insignificant details? Click here for the answers!
1. Kreacher keeps a framed photo of his favorite person in his hovel. Whose picture?
2. What is St. Mungo’s full name?
3. Who transports the Weasleys and Harry to St. Mungo’s on Christmas day, probably in a stolen Muggle car?
4. When the Weasleys begin arguing about using human stitches, the children decide to go to the tea room. Who demonstrates his powers of observation by knowing what floor it is on?
5. Name two adults and one fellow student that the children run into at St. Mungo’s.
6. While in the locked ward, the children observe the nurse delivering a plant to a patient. Who is the patient?
7. What eventually happens to Broderick?
8. What is the name of the ability to tell what people are thinking?
9. What is the name of the countermeasure to prevent someone “reading minds”?
10. Harry is given a cover story for why he is having lessons with Professor Snape. What is that cover story?
Cover story (n): A false story that provides an alternative for the truth, intended to conceal an agent’s true reason for being in a particular place.
Example: The Dursleys tell their neighbors that Harry is gone during the school year because he is attending St. Brutus’s Secure Center for Incurably Criminal Boys.
Psychological Assessment (n): The use of information about a person’s traits, characteristics, background, and psychological makeup to predict that person’s reactions or future actions.
Example: Kreacher’s devotion to the person in the photo reveals where his loyalties may lie.