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Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire is a fantasy book written by British author J. K. Rowling and the fourth novel in the Harry Potter series. It follows Harry Potter. Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire is the fourth book in the Harry Potter series by J. K. Rowling, published in A film version of this book was released in. THIS E-BOOK WAS NOT PRODUCED FOR PROFIT AND IS NOT FOR SALE we all know this HARRY POTTER AND THE GOBLET OF FIRE. CHAPTER ONE.

Rowling , published in A film version of this book was released in November This book is seen by many fans as the beginning of darker times in the wizarding world, as it shows the return of Voldemort. Peter Rowling is JK Rowling's father. Mr Ridley refers to Ronald Ridley, an old family friend of the Rowlings. This man's name was the inspiration for Ron Weasley's name.

The Hanged Man, the village pub, did a roaring trade that night; the whole village seemed to have turned out to discuss the murders. They were rewarded for leaving their firesides when the Riddles' cook arrived dramatically in their midst and announced to the suddenly silent pub that a man called Frank Bryce had just been arrested.

He lived alone in a run-down cottage on the grounds of the Riddle House. Frank had come back from the war with a very stiff leg and a great dislike of crowds and loud noises, and had been working for the Riddles ever since.

There was a rush to buy the cook drinks and hear more details. I'm sure if I've offered him a cuppa once, I've offered it a hundred times. Never wanted to mix, he didn't. He likes the quiet life.

That's no reason to -" "Who else had a key to the back door, then? Nobody forced the door last night! No broken windows! All Frank had to do was creep up to the big house while we was all sleeping. But over in the neighboring town of Great Hangleton, in the dark and dingy police station, Frank was stubbornly repeating, again and again, that he was innocent, and that the only person he had seen near the house on the day of the Riddles' deaths had been a teenage boy, a stranger, dark-haired and pale.

Nobody else in the village had seen any such boy, and the police were quite sure Frank had invented him. Then, just when things were looking very serious for Frank, the report on the Riddles' bodies came back and changed everything.

The police had never read an odder report. A team of doctors had examined the bodies and had concluded that none of the Riddles had been poisoned, stabbed, shot, strangles, suffocated, or as far as they could tell harmed at all. In fact the report continued, in a tone of unmistakable bewilderment , the Riddles all appeared to be in perfect health - apart from the fact that they were all dead.

The doctors did note as though determined to find something wrong with the bodies that each of the Riddles had a look of terror upon his or her face - but as the frustrated police said, whoever heard of three people being frightened to death? As there was no proof that the Riddles had been murdered at all, the police were forced to let Frank go. The Riddles were buried in the Little Hangleton churchyard, and their graves remained objects of curiosity for a while.

To everyone's surprise, and amid a cloud of suspicion, Frank Bryce returned to his cottage on the grounds of the Riddle House. He stayed to tend the garden for the next family who lived in the Riddle House, and then the next - for neither family stayed long. Perhaps it was partly because of Frank that the new owners said there was a nasty feeling about the place, which, in the absence of inhabitants, started to fall into disrepair.

The wealthy man who owned the Riddle House these days neither lived there nor put it to any use; they said in the village that he kept it for "tax reasons," though nobody was very clear what these might be. The wealthy owner continued to pay Frank to do the gardening, however. Frank was nearing his seventy-seventh birthday now, very deaf, his bad leg stiffer than ever, but could be seen pottering around the flower beds in fine weather, even though the weeds were starting to creep up on him, try as he might to suppress them.

Weeds were not the only things Frank had to contend with either. Boys from the village made a habit of throwing stones through the windows of the Riddle House.

They rode their bicycles over the lawns Frank worked so hard to keep smooth. Once or twice, they broke into the old house for a dare. They knew that old Frank's devotion to the house and the grounds amounted almost to an obsession, and it amused them to see him limping across the garden, brandishing his stick and yelling croakily at them. Frank, for his part, believed the boys tormented him because they, like their parents and grandparents, though him a murderer.

So when Frank awoke one night in August and saw something very odd up at the old house, he merely assumed that the boys had gone one step further in their attempts to punish him. It was Frank's bad leg that woke him; it was paining him worse than ever in his old age. He got up and limped downstairs into the kitchen with the idea of refilling his hot-water bottle to ease the stiffness in his knee.

Standing at the sink, filling the kettle, he looked up at the Riddle House and saw lights glimmering in its upper windows. Frank knew at once what was going on. The boys had broken into the house again, and judging by the flickering quality of the light, they had started a fire. Frank had no telephone, in any case, he had deeply mistrusted the police ever since they had taken him in for questioning about the Riddles' deaths.

He put down the kettle at once, hurried back upstairs as fast as his bad leg would allow, and was soon back in his kitchen, fully dressed and removing a rusty old key from its hook by the door. He picked up his walking stick, which was propped against the wall, and set off into the night.

The front door of the Riddle House bore no sign of being forced, nor did any of the windows. Frank limped around to the back of the house until he reached a door almost completely hidden by ivy, took out the old key, put it into the lock, and opened the door noiselessly.

He let himself into the cavernous kitchen. Frank had not entered it for many years; nevertheless, although it was very dark, he remembered where the door into the hall was, and he groped his way towards it, his nostrils full of the smell of decay, ears pricked for any sound of footsteps or voices from overhead.

He reached the hall, which was a little lighter owing to the large mullioned windows on either side of the front door, and started to climb the stairs, blessing the dust that lay thick upon the stone, because it muffled the sound of his feet and stick. On the landing, Frank turned right, and saw at once where the intruders were: At the every end of the passage a door stood ajar, and a flickering light shone through the gap, casting a long sliver of gold across the black floor.

Frank edged closer and closer, he was able to see a narrow slice of the room beyond. The fire, he now saw, had been lit in the grate. This surprised him. Then he stopped moving and listened intently, for a man's voice spoke within the room; it sounded timid and fearful. This too belonged to a man - but it was strangely high-pitched, and cold as a sudden blast of icy wind. Something about that voice made the sparse hairs on the back of Frank's neck stand up.

There came the clink of a bottle being put down upon some hard surface, and then the dull scraping noise of a heavy chair being dragged across the floor. Frank caught a glimpse of a small man, his back to the door, pushing the chair into place.

He was wearing a long black cloak, and there was a bald patch at the back of his head. Then he went out of sight again. The journey has tired me greatly. There was a pause, and then the man called Wormtail spoke again. The place is moderately comfortable, and the plan cannot proceed yet. It would be foolish to act before the Quidditch World Cup is over. Owing, no doubt, to a buildup of earwax, he had heard the word "Quidditch," which was not a word at all. Frank dug his finger still more vigorously into his ear.

They will be obsessed with security, lest the Muggles notice anything. So we wait. He had distinctly heard the words "Ministry of Magic," "wizards," and "Muggles. Frank tightened his hold on his walking stick once more, and listened more closely still. A slight pause followed - and the Wormtail spoke, the words tumbling from him in a rush, as though he was forcing himself to say this before he lost his nerve.

It is merely that if we were to use another witch or wizard - any wizard - the thing could be done so much more quickly! If you allowed me to leave you for a short while - you know that I can disguise myself most effectively - I could be back here in as little as two days with a suitable person -" "I could use another wizard," said the cold voice softly, "that is true.

I wonder. Could this suggestion of abandoning the plan be nothing more than an attempt to desert me? I - I have no wish to leave you, none at all -" "Do not lie to me! You are regretting that you ever returned to me. I revolt you. I see you flinch when you look at me, feel you shudder when you touch me. My devotion to Your Lordship -" "Your devotion is nothing more than cowardice. You would not be here if you had anywhere else to go.

How am I to survive without you, when I need feeding every few hours? Who is to milk Nagini? For a few seconds, Frank could hear nothing but the fire crackling. The second man spoke once more, in a whisper that was almost a hiss.

Fred and George's sudden appearance forces Mr Bagman to leave. Hermione then questions why Mr Bagman is trying to help Harry cheat, along with why he was meeting with goblins. Rita Skeeter, who also encountered Bagman and the goblins, then shows up to investigate. Harry and Hermione start an argument with her about her article on Hagrid. The trio go to Hagrid's cabin and, along with Dumbledore, try to persuade him to return.

They point out that not everyone has abandoned Hagrid, and that everyone has secrets in their pasts. After Dumbledore leaves, Hagrid remembers his late father telling him never to be ashamed of what he is and gets over his depression.

He gives his support to Harry in the Tournament, believing that if Harry wins, he could show everyone they do not have to be ashamed of what they are. This is enough to convince Harry to put aside his pride and take Cedric's advice.

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This time, Harry hears voices singing and can understand them when he puts his head underwater. When he falls through a trick stair and traps his leg, he accidentally drops the egg and map, attracting the attention of Filch. Filch finds the egg, and Snape soon arrives and demands Filch's help in catching someone who broke into his office.

Moody then shows up, angering Snape by suggesting Snape had something to hide in his office. Snape points out that Moody searched his office after his arrival at Hogwarts. Moody then saves Harry from detection by claiming that the Marauder's Map is his own after an invisible Harry warns him not to give it to Snape.

However, Snape suspects Harry's involvement because he recognises the Marauder's Map before Moody confiscates the egg from Filch and forces the pair away. After Moody spends time looking over the Marauder's Map, Harry asks what Crouch was doing in Snape's office, and Moody suggests that Crouch was trying to find evidence of Snape being a dark wizard. Moody then asks to borrow the map, and after learning what Harry was up to that night, says that Harry might consider becoming an Auror for a career.

Harry explains what happened the previous night to Ron and Hermione. Harry also sends a school owl to Sirius to update him on what happened. Over the coming weeks, even with help from Hermione and Ron as well as the library's resources including getting McGonagall's permission for the Restricted Section , Harry struggles to think of a way to breathe underwater for an hour.

Two days before the second task is to start, Sirius's response comes in. Sirius wants to know when their next trip to Hogsmeade is. On the last night before the task, the trio are continuing their research in the school library when Fred and George appear to inform them that Professor McGonagall has summoned Ron and Hermione. Harry later sneaks back into the library after hours with his Invisibility Cloak, but can't find anything else.

The next morning, with a little help from Dobby, Harry discovers gillyweed , a plant that, when eaten, gives him fish-like qualities such as gills and fins.

He quickly makes his way to the lake just as the task is about start and finds that, once again, Percy is taking Mr Crouch's place. While swimming through the lake and fighting off a swarm of Grindylows , Moaning Myrtle points Harry in the right direction and Harry discovers a town of Merpeople , where Ron the thing Harry would miss the most is being held, along with Hermione for Krum , Cho for Cedric , and Fleur's sister.

Harry frees Ron, but refuses to leave the others, despite the insistence of the Merpeople. Cedric and Krum appear and rescue their loved ones, but Fleur never arrives. With little other choice, Harry drags her sister to the surface as well, narrowly avoiding drowning as the gillyweed wears off.

Although he was wrong to think the other hostages would be left to die they would have simply returned to the surface unharmed , his bravery and valour earn him extra points from the judges, who state that he showed great "moral fibre. Ludo Bagman then reveals the third and final task is on 24 June and the champions will learn more about it a month beforehand.

In March , Sirius' reply states that the trio is to meet up with him during their next Hogsmeade trip and asks them to bring food. Hermione realises that Skeeter must have eavesdropped on her and Krum's conversation on the shores of the lake, and begins wondering how Rita is getting her information.

After Snape gets a hold of the article, he reads it aloud, creating further laughter from the Slytherins. He then breaks the trio up and sends them to different tables. He threatens Harry with Veritaserum , a potion that will cause Harry to tell the truth when consumed. Karkaroff then shows up to talk to Snape and sticks around until after class.

Snape blows him off, but not before Harry, who purposely stayed behind, noticed that Karkaroff had tried to show Snape something on his arm.

Sirius meets Harry, Ron, and Hermione secretly in Hogsmeade and directs them to a mountain cave where Buckbeak and some old Daily Prophet articles are waiting Sirius had been stealing discarded newspapers to keep up on current events. They first discuss Winky and what happened at the World Cup.

Sirius suggests that whoever stole Harry's wand must have done so while they were watching the game in the Top Box and is suspicious that Barty Crouch was looking around for something before he sacked Winky. He then finds it odd that not only did Crouch not show up during the game, but also that he is suddenly indisposed. Sirius explains that Crouch was the one who sent him to Azkaban without a trial, as Crouch used to be the Head of the Department of Magical Law Enforcement and was once poised to become the next Minister for Magic.

During Voldemort's previous reign, Crouch took extreme measures against the Death Eaters, including allowing the Aurors to use the Unforgivable Curses against them. The Death Eaters in question were trying to find Voldemort and help him get his strength back.

Shortly after Barty Crouch Jr died, Crouch's wife died as well. Crouch's popularity dropped heavily after that, as people suspected that Crouch was a bad father. Ron brings up Crouch's appearance in Snape's office. Sirius states that doesn't make sense since Crouch would have kept an eye on Snape as a tournament judge.

When Ron and Hermione bicker about whether Snape can be trusted, Sirius partly agrees with Ron, as it is questionable why Dumbledore would trust Snape. Snape was interested in the Dark Arts as a child and hung out with some Slytherin students that became Death Eaters, though he also knows Snape is smart enough to not get caught by the Ministry. Harry then remembers Karkaroff's sudden appearance in their class, though Sirius can't figure out what that was about.

Sirius then brings all the questions of these mysterious circumstances together, including why Moody was also searching Snape's office. He asks Ron to send a letter to Percy to find out if there is any news about Crouch. Before they leave, Sirius reminds them not to wander outside of Hogwarts at all for safety reasons. On the way back, the trio conclude that the scandal involving his son is the reason Crouch overreacted to seeing Winky being accused of conjuring the Dark Mark.

Ron voices how he and Percy are similar. Hermione states Percy would never do what his boss did but Ron is unconvinced. After sending Hedwig with the letter to Percy, the trio heads to the kitchen to give Dobby the socks Harry bought for him.

They find that Winky has become intoxicated from consuming a large amount of butterbeer which works like alcohol on house-elves. It doesn't help when Harry mentions that Mr Crouch has disappeared. Hate mail soon starts popping up for Hermione in regards to Rita Skeeter's article. She has to go to the Hospital Wing due to a curse and doesn't turn up until a Care of Magical Creatures lesson, where Hagrid is having them use Nifflers to find gold coins which is actually Leprechaun gold he buried.

Hagrid encourages Hermione to ignore the hate mail, citing the hate mail he received after Skeeter released the article about him. Hermione decides to discover how Skeeter has been getting her information when she is already banned from school grounds. His irradiated response doesn't help. Their job is to head to the centre of the maze and touch the Triwizard Cup.

Harry assures Krum that he and Hermione are just friends. Moments later, a rather crazy-looking Barty Crouch emerges from the forest asking for Dumbledore. He mentions that Voldemort is getting stronger and that he himself was responsible for something bad. He also mentions his son, as well as Bertha Jorkins, who is now dead. Harry goes to retrieve Dumbledore, but when he returns, they find that Krum has been stunned and Crouch has disappeared.

Karkaroff accuses Mr Crouch's apparent attack on his student as a secret conspiracy by Dumbledore. Hagrid angrily demands that he apologise but Dumbledore restrains him. Dumbledore has Hagrid take Harry back to Gryffindor Tower to rest. He hints in his message not to contact Sirius until the next morning. On the way back, Hagrid scolds Harry for being out alone with Viktor Krum.

The trio debates last night's events the following morning. Harry thinks the strange things Mr Crouch said were important, especially if Voldemort is getting stronger. The group goes to the owlery to send a letter to Sirius Black and overhears Fred and George, who are talking about blackmailing someone that they've tried to reason with. Ron asks who they are blackmailing, but they make it look like they are joking. After they leave, Ron points out that it is obvious Fred and George are serious about starting a Joke Shop.

They are close to graduating, with only one full year left, and they have to make enough money on their own to start one. Hermione suggests telling Percy but Ron refuses both because of what Sirius said about Barty Crouch Snr and Percy's similarities to him. Later, they meet up with Moody.

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

Moody reveals that he couldn't find him. He also tells them that there's nothing they can do about Couch and that the Ministry is investigating the matter and urges Harry to instead prepare for the final task. Sirius's response arrives the following day: He scolds Harry for being out with Krum alone and late at night and says he is lucky he wasn't attacked, since it is clear to him that someone did not want Barty Crouch to reach Dumbledore and he was probably feet away from them in the dark.

He instructs Harry to stay safe and practise defensive spells for the Third Task, and demands that Harry give him his word that he won't go out of bounds again, especially not after hours.

At Hermione's urging, he sends an owl back doing so. Not long later, during Divination , Harry passes out and has a vision. He sees Voldemort being informed of someone's death and torturing Wormtail for failing to prevent that person from escaping. Harry awakens with his scar hurting badly and pretends he has to go to the hospital wing. Harry actually goes to see Dumbledore. Fudge refuses to believe the words that Crouch said about Bertha Jorkins being dead, and while debating what happened to Crouch, Fudge suggests that Madame Maxime is the likely culprit given her half-giant physiology.

Dumbledore accuses Fudge of acting on personal prejudice, which Fudge ignores due to Dumbledore's friendship with Hagrid. Moody interrupts the debate to explain that Harry Potter has arrived. Dumbledore, Fudge, and Moody leave to examine the school grounds, and Harry is alone in Dumbledore's office. While looking around, notices Dumbledore's Pensieve , a device that stores memories.

Through curiosity, Harry peers in and ends up looking into three of Dumbledore's memories. The first is the trial of Igor Karkaroff, in which he renounces his support of the Death Eaters and gives the names of existing Death Eaters, including Snape. Dumbledore in the memory states that Snape is a spy against Voldemort and is no longer a threat. The second memory shows the trial of Ludo Bagman , who was accused of passing information to Voldemort, even though he wasn't aware the person he gave the information to was a Death Eater; his popularity quickly clears him.

Crouch sentences them all to a lifetime in Azkaban. By then Dumbledore from the present arrives and brings Harry back.

After Dumbledore explains what happened and shows Harry another of his memories regarding a teenage Bertha Jorkins during her Hogwarts years, Harry explains what happened in Divination. Dumbledore finds Harry's scar pains to be an odd concept and brings up that this is the second time it has hurt, the first being during the summer. This shows Harry that Dumbledore has been talking to Sirius Black, and Dumbledore reveals that it was his idea for Black to hide in the cave outside Hogsmeade.

Dumbledore suspects that the reason why Harry's scar hurts is due to the connection that Voldemort's failed curse had created with him. He believes the scar would only hurt when Voldemort were close or was feeling a strong emotion. Dumbledore also explains to Harry that, unlike the Ministry, he believes that the disappearances of Bertha Jorkins, Barty Crouch, and a Muggle by the name of Frank Bryce may be connected to Voldemort. Dumbledore also explains that Frank and Alice Longbottom are Neville's parents and they went insane due to the Lestranges' attack and that this is the reason why Neville was brought up by his grandmother and why he has such an aversion to the Cruciatus Curse.

Dumbledore doesn't know if Crouch Jr was involved, but he personally requests that Harry does not disclose this information to anyone, saying that Neville himself will share it when he is ready. Harry passes off the information he learned from the Pensieve to Ron and Hermione, excluding the details about Neville's parents.

That same night, Harry's hatred of Voldemort reaches a new height because of what he learned from the Pensieve. As the task approaches, Ron and Hermione find time when they are not studying for their final exams to help Harry. Even McGonagall helps by allowing him to practise in her empty classroom during lunch time.

During one practise session, Ron notices Malfoy outside the castle sitting by a tree and doing something odd. Harry and Hermione also see him before they return to practise. Sirius sends Harry messages by owl each day, reminding Harry to focus on what is ahead.

On the day of the third task, Rita Skeeter releases an article claiming Harry is demented and dangerous. She uses a quote from Draco Malfoy in the article. This raises some questions between the trio, since the article mentions Harry's scar hurting during Divination. The class takes place in the North Tower and Skeeter is not allowed inside Hogwarts, so she shouldn't have had that information.

Hermione finally figures out how Skeeter may be getting her information and leaves to put her theory to the test. McGonagall tells the champions that their families have come to watch them complete. Harry doesn't want to meet them, expecting the Dursleys, but instead finds Molly and Bill Weasley. While they give Harry a tour of their knowledge of Hogwarts, Mrs Weasley gets into an argument with Amos Diggory regarding Harry's popularity in the tournament before Mrs Diggory asks him to stop.

They then mention to Harry that Percy will not be coming this time. After the Barty Crouch incident, which is being kept secret, Percy was hauled in for questioning regarding that the instructions he was receiving, which may not have actually been sent by Barty Crouch.

Instead, Cornelius Fudge will be serving as the fifth Triwizard judge in his place. After the rest of the Weasley children and Hermione show up, Harry tells Mrs Weasley that everything Skeeter wrote on Hermione was a lie. After dinner, Mr Bagman takes the champions to the maze and Harry and Cedric, who are tied for first place, are sent in first. Harry successfully navigates the maze with the aid of the Four-Point Spell.

Along the way, he hears Fleur scream.

Harry rescues Cedric, who has been attacked by a cursed Krum; Harry manages to stun Krum and sends out a signal for Krum to be rescued before he and Cedric move on. Aided by Cedric, he defeats it, though one of Harry's legs is injured in the process. After taking the monster out, they decide to grab the Cup simultaneously. Just as Harry and Cedric are trying to figure out what happened, a stranger appears and Harry's scar begins hurting again.

A second voice orders the stranger to kill Cedric, which he does, leaving Harry frozen with shock and horror. Harry is then dragged to a large marble tombstone with the name Tom Riddle engraved upon it. The stranger then tightly bound Harry tightly with thick black cords from arm, wrists, legs, neck to ankle to it and has him gagged. Unable to escape, Harry recognises the stranger as Peter Pettigrew due to the missing finger on his right hand.

He also notes that Pettigrew is carrying what appears to be a deformed infant. Pettigrew takes some of Harry's blood, bone dust from Tom Riddle Snr's grave, and puts them in a cauldron. He then cuts off his own right hand, at the orders of the strange creature, and places it in a cauldron. While in wait, Voldemort tells Harry that after his father abandoned him and his mother upon finding out that his mother was a witch, Voldemort's mother died giving birth to him and he was raised in a Muggle orphanage.

He later sought revenge by murdering his father. After his Death Eaters arrive, Voldemort spends time criticising them for failing to seek him out during these last thirteen years, even though they knew that he had found a way to escape mortal death.

He believes they feared a power greater than his, like that of Albus Dumbledore, which is why they slipped back into normal wizarding society and claimed they were never loyal to Voldemort. Voldemort then rewards Wormtail for aiding with his rebirth by creating a new silver hand for him. Voldemort answers Lucius's question about how he had returned by explaining the protection spell that Lily Potter provided Harry when she died.

That is what originally caused his downfall and provided Harry with protection from him, but now that they share the same blood, Voldemort is free to touch Harry. Voldemort then reveals that he fled deep into an Albanian forest, barely alive and without a proper body, surviving by possessing animals until Quirinus Quirrell showed up and let Voldemort share his body. Following his failure to obtain the Philosopher's Stone , Voldemort returned to Albania with little hope of getting a corporeal body again.

After fleeing the country following the events of Harry's third year, Wormtail learned of Voldemort's continued existence from other rats. Wormtail went to seek Voldemort, and during his journey, he ran into Bertha Jorkins.

He delivered her to Voldemort and, through torturing her, Voldemort found out about the Triwizard Tournament. He also discovered that a faithful Death Eater servant was still alive after breaking a memory charm that had been placed on Jorkins. With Wormtail's help, Voldemort was able to regain a body of his own and some of his powers and return to Britain.

There, he plotted Harry's abduction and kidnapping, knowing that Harry's blood would remove his own mother's protection. Voldemort reveals that this servant who is at Hogwarts has ensured that Harry would win the tournament and be brought to the graveyard.

Voldemort then frees the injured and weakened Harry and orders him to face him in a duel, wishing to prove who among the two is stronger in front of his minions now that there is no one around to protect Harry. Voldemort challenges Harry to a duel. Though Harry gives in the first time, the second time he manages to shake the curse off, much to the astonishment of the Death Eaters present. When the duel begins, something miraculous happens.

Voldemort and Harry's wands are "brothers", due to the fact that their wand's cores are both feathers from the same Phoenix. As the wands spells meet in the air and interlock, a Priori Incantatem effect occurs. This causes the spirit echoes of Voldemort's victims, including Harry's parents, to spill out from his wand.

The echoes momentarily protect Harry, allowing him to grab the portkey and escape to Hogwarts with Cedric's body. When he arrives back at the school, many of the students begin to scream when they see Cedric's body. During the confusion, where an exhausted Harry tries to tell Dumbledore what happened, Harry is ushered away by Moody while Dumbledore and Fudge are busy with Cedric's parents.

Moody takes Harry to his office, where Harry sits in shock and Moody gives him a potion to bring him around. As Moody probes Harry for information, Harry says he believes that Karkaroff is the faithful servant that Voldemort mentioned. Moody reveals that when the Dark Mark was activated, Karkaroff fled Hogwarts, since he had betrayed the Death Eaters and could never go back to them.

After Moody reveals he knows that Harry was taken to the graveyard and that he is angry that Voldemort did not try to torture the Death Eaters that had abandoned him, he tells Harry that he was responsible for putting Harry's name in the Goblet of Fire under a different school.

He purposely tipped off Hagrid about the dragons so Hagrid could show Harry and gave Harry a hint for beating the first task. He gave Cedric the clue to the egg for the second task, knowing that Cedric would tell Harry. Moody's original plan was to have Harry use Neville's herbology book to learn about the gillyweed, but since Harry would not ask for help, Moody purposely set up the conversation with McGonagall about gillyweed so Dobby would get it from Snape's office.

Moody also reveals that he was responsible for helping Harry in the third task by dealing with the obstacles, stunning Fleur, and bewitching Krum to take out Cedric. Moody attempts to kill Harry to please his master, but before he has the chance, Dumbledore, Snape, and McGonagall burst in and Dumbledore stuns him. Dumbledore tells Harry this man is not Alastor Moody, which Dumbledore realised when Moody took Harry from Dumbledore, something the real Moody would never do.

Dumbledore sends Snape to get a potion and fetch Winky; he also sends McGonagall to tell a large black dog she would find at the pumpkin patch to go to his office.

He then opens Moody's trunk and finds the real Alastor Moody inside the seventh compartment. Dumbledore discovers that the impostor has been using the Polyjuice Potion to disguise himself as Alastor Moody all year, keeping the real Moody alive so he could use his hair as an ingredient, though he suspects in the excitement of tonight the imposter forgot to take his most recent dosage. His mother was dying, and it was his mother's wish that he could escape, so Barty Crouch Jr and his mother switched places using the Polyjuice Potion.

Mrs Crouch died and was buried disguised as him, while Crouch Snr had a private funeral for her to conceal the truth.

Barty Crouch Snr put the Imperius Curse on his son to make sure he was controlled and out of sight. During this event, Crouch Jr secretly fought the curse and stole Harry's wand when Winky wasn't looking. When the Death Eaters showed up and disrupted the tournament, Barty Crouch Jr was angry that they weren't loyal to Voldemort. After regaining control he used Harry's wand to summon the Dark Mark, which scared the Death Eaters away.

His father fired Winky for failing to watch him and almost letting him escape. He then found him and took him home. Eventually, thanks to Bertha's information, Voldemort and Wormtail were able to find Crouch Jr and release him from his father's imprisonment.

He kept Moody alive not only to maintain his disguise, but also learned about his habits so he could fool Dumbledore. Eventually, Crouch started to fight off the Imperius curse placed upon him and was then kept under home imprisonment by Wormtail under the pretence of being unwell. He managed to escape and travel to Hogwarts to warn Dumbledore of his son's existence. However, using the Marauder's Map, Crouch Jr was able to intercept and kill him. He then transfigured his father's body into a bone and buried it in Hagrid's yard.

Crouch Jr, as Moody, then offered to take the Triwizard Cup into the maze so he could turn it into a Portkey and complete his master's plan. Once in Dumbledore's office, Harry tells Dumbledore and Sirius everything. Dumbledore explains the Priori Incantatem effect and says that the spirits that appeared were echoes of Voldemort's most recent victims.

After Sirius transforms back into a dog they head to the Hospital Wing, where Harry is given a Sleeping Potion to help him relax. Upon waking up, he, along with Molly and Bill Weasley, hear a large argument.

Fudge summoned a Dementor as protection when he went to confront Crouch Jr, which sucked out Crouch Jr's soul before he, McGonagall, Snape, and Dumbledore entered the hospital wing. Dumbledore is upset that they lost a key piece of evidence on Voldemort's return, while Fudge believes the man was a lunatic and that his testimony would not have been useful. Due to reading Rita Skeeter's last article about Harry being dangerous, Fudge cannot accept Harry's testimony, nor does he believe Dumbledore's information about Harry's scar.

Harry gets up and tries to identify the Death Eaters whose names he heard earlier, but Fudge points out they were cleared long ago and he might have read this out of an old Daily Prophet article. Fudge is offended by Dumbledore's suggestions of removing the Dementors from Azkaban and sending an envoy to make an agreement with the giants.

Even after Snape reveals his Dark Mark and explains that Voldemort had summoned him, Fudge thinks it is some kind of a ploy and makes it clear that he is going to have a serious talk with Dumbledore about his position before he leaves. He then exits the room, but not before he gives Harry his winnings from the Tournament. Bill Weasley leaves at Dumbledore's request to inform his father of the situation and have him discreetly contact those within the Ministry that can be convinced of the truth.

McGonagall is sent to retrieve Hagrid and Madame Maxime for a mission. Both Mrs Weasley and Snape are surprised by his presence, but are quickly convinced of his innocence. Dumbledore dispatches Sirius to reinstate the Order of the Phoenix by gathering known wizards and witches who would support their side.

Harry then regrets asking Cedric to grab the Triwizard cup with him, and then uses the last of the potion to return to sleep. After a few days of rest, Harry meets with Cedric's parents.

They do not blame him for what happened and are thankful to have his body, but decline Harry's offer of the winnings. Harry is able to have a relaxing time, due to Dumbledore having made a formal request for the students to not talk about what happened that night, though some students are still unsettled due to Rita Skeeter's article. Hagrid gives the trio a good lecture on how Voldemort's return was inevitable and all they can do now is fight. Hagrid mentions that what Dumbledore has assigned for him is top secret and that Madam Maxime might be accompanying him.

During the End-of-Term Feast , a memorial feast for Cedric is held, where Dumbledore tells the school what has happened in the graveyard despite the Ministry's wishes that he keep it secret.

Afterwards, everyone is packed and ready to leave. Fleur and Krum both say good-bye to the trio before they head back to their schools, while the trio take their carriage to the Hogwarts Express. Hermione reveals that she has discovered that Rita Skeeter is an unregistered animagus who can turn into a beetle.

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Hermione caught Skeeter in a jar in the hospital wing after the third task. As the three think back, they realise that there was a bug on the statue the night of the Yule Ball where Hagrid told Madame Maxime his secret, that Krum found a bug in Hermione's hair after the Second Task, and that there was a bug on the window that day in Divination when Harry's scar hurt.

They also realise that the reason why Rita got those interviews from Draco Malfoy and Pansy Parkinson undetected was that they knew she was an animagus; Harry recalled Draco sitting by a tree that day talking while holding a bug. Hermione assures Harry and Ron that her stories will trouble them no longer, since she told Rita that if the stories continued, she would tell the Ministry about her secret.

Just as Malfoy, Crabbe, and Goyle arrive and taunt Harry over Voldemort's return, they are rendered unconscious from hexes used by both the trio and Fred and George Weasley. Soon another mystery is solved: The person that Fred and George were hinted to have been blackmailing was Ludo Bagman. This is also why he tried to avoid them in public when they confronted him. The twins reveal that Bagman has a long-time problem with gambling and he was also in debt to the goblins, who took his money after the World Cup and followed him to Hogwarts.

Bagman made a bet that Harry would win the tournament to get his money back, which is why he was trying to help Harry cheat. However, since Harry and Cedric actually "tied" for first place, Bagman has gone on the run.

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As they get off the train and step and leave the Malfoy and his gang, Harry gives the twins his Triwizard Winnings to help them with their dream of running a joke shop. Everyone then say their good-byes as Harry prepares to leave with Vernon Dursley.

Buried at the burial ground by the prison, under her son's name. The book was also adapted into a film, the fourth Harry Potter film of the series. Sign In Don't have an account? Start a Wiki. This article is not part of the Harry Potter universe. This article covers a subject that is part of the real world, and thus should not be taken as a part of the Harry Potter universe.

You may be looking for the film , the video game , the soundtrack , the video game soundtrack or the object. Something very important happens in Book Four. But also, it's literally a central book. It's almost the heart of the series, and it's pivotal. Contents [ show ]. My scar hurt again. Last time that happened it was because Voldemort was at Hogwarts. I do hope we've put enough stamps on. That's if they're coming at all.

Probably mistake the day. I dare say their kind don't set much store by punctuality. Harry Potter: Unobtrusive things, obviously, so Muggles won't go picking them up and playing with them Mr Roberts: Loads of foreigners. And not just foreigners. Weirdos, you know? There's a bloke walking 'round in a kilt and a poncho.

Shame it couldn't have lasted longer Ah yes.. How much? Draco Malfoy: Do you want to be showing off your knickers in midair? Because if you do, hang around If you think they can't spot a Mudblood, stay where you are. Oh, Fred You've got a father and brother at the Ministry and you don't even know? My God, my father told me about it ages ago But then, Father's always associated with the top people at the Ministry Maybe your father's too junior to know about it, Weasley It is my very great pleasure to inform you that the Triwizard Tournament will be taking place at Hogwarts this year.

Minerva McGonagall: I'm not supposed to show you what illegal Dark curses look like until you're in the sixth year How are you supposed to defend yourself against something you've never seen? You need to be prepared.

You need to be alert and watchful. Sparks were flying out of it. A long flame shot suddenly into the air, and borne upon it was another piece of parchment And then Dumbledore cleared his throat and read out - Harry Potter. Really, what nonsense! Harry could not have crossed the line himself, and as Professor Dumbledore believes that he did not persuade an older student to do it for him, I'm sure that should be good enough for everybody else!

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But now that he had done the latter, and was facing the prospect of asking a girl to the ball, he thought he'd rather have another round with the Horntail.

Hermione Granger: What's that? Look at the Dursleys! Mr Potter's score is forty-five points. You were rolling on the floor, clutching your scar! Come now.

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