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The Noble Collection Harry Potter The Deluminator

The Noble Collection Harry Potter The Deluminator

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In Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Ron explains that the Deluminator creates a blue light which, after entering his chest near his heart, allows him to disapparate to where his love interest ( Hermione) and his best friend ( Harry) are located. The ability to transport a wizard, via a light through the heart, to where his or her favourite (or most treasured) people are is curiously similar to the epitaph Dumbledore selected for his mother and sister: "Where your treasure is, there will your heart be also." In 1927, Albus Dumbledore used the Deluminator to darken London's streets to talk with Newt Scamander and avoid detection by the Ministry of Magic employees. [2] EU WARNING: These wands are made of resin so they replicate the detailing of the actual movie wands. This also means they are great for cos play, display or as a collector’s item but not suitable for rough and tumble play. During the Calamity which affected the wizarding world in the late 2010s, the Deluminator was among the many magical items which became Foundables, being guarded by Confoundables. [10] Function [ ]

In LEGO Harry Potter: Years 5-7, once Ron is gifted the Deluminator in year seven, his character will lose the ability to perform the Wand-Lighting Charm (as well as Lumos Solem), as the Deluminator will take the spell's former place on his ability wheel, since it is his light-based ability. [12] In The Wizard and the Hopping Pot in The Tales of Beedle the Bard, it is described that the Wizard lit his wand, [2] which may suggest that Lumos and other wand-lighting spells had been part of fairy tales before they were invented in real life. In 1998, Ron Weasley used the Deluminator in the Malfoys' cellar, so that Luna Lovegood, Ollivander, Ron and Harry could see inside the cellar, releasing light that he had earlier taken from the lamps within Perkins's tent. And when Peter Pettigrew came down into the cellar, Harry told Ron keep the lights on, and leave as it is. The lights, being unable to rejoin their sources, simply remained in the room. [8] The Deluminator may have been inspired by the Phial of Galadriel in J. R. R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings, with the exception that, unlike Galadriel's gift to Frodo, the Deluminator can remove light in addition to bestowing it. That is a valuable object. It may even be unique. Certainly it is of Dumbledore’s own design. Why would he have left you an item so rare?" — Rufus Scrimgeour about Dumbledore's gift to Ron Weasley [src]

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In 1932, Albus used this Deluminator to flip to an alternate dimension during his duel with his nephew. [4] The Noble Collection sells an exact replica of the device, which even includes a small light inside. In 1932, Dumbledore used the Deluminator to transport and fight both Credence Barebone and Gellert Grindelwald to a mirror dimension inside the Deluminator, but on separate occasions. This was to avoid damaging buildings and hurting or killing innocent bystanders in Berlin (with Credence Barebone) and Bhutan (with Gellert Grindelwald). [4] Behind the scenes [ ] The wand is designed to fit comfortably in the hands of witches and wizards of ages 8 and up to channel their powers and abilities. Each wand includes batteries, and full instructions to help you become an established wizard or witch. These collector quality, replica Light Painting Wands are fully licensed by Warner Bros. and are hand painted and cast in a high grade resin to give them a weight and balance that’s authentically pleasing in the hands of all wizards and witches. The wands have been designed using scans of the original film props, creating true replicas of those seen on screen, right down to the scars and patinas! In Harry Potter lore, a quasi-sentient wand matches a wizard or witch’s character. How they look speaks volumes about who is casting the spell. So choose wisely, or let the wand choose you.

In the film Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1, the Deluminator is able to turn off electric appliances, as seen in Luchino Cafe when Ron put out the lights and the TV turned off. [11] The free WOW! Stuff Light Painting App is available for both iOS and Android, and lets you create stunning works of art that can be shared from your smartphone or tablet directly, or uploaded to social media platforms. #lightpaintingwizard #wowstufflightpaintingIn the early days of wizarding history, light was provided via the use of various spells to project light from somewhere, or via an enchanted object such as a magic lantern. The invention of the Wand-Lighting Charm ( Lumos) in 1772, which provided a strong light directly from the wand's tip, was a revolution in the manner of light-creation spells. [1]

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