Special Sub-Topic: Number Twelve, Grimmauld Place
|Whose house is number twelve, Grimmauld Place?|
Sirius Black's. Number twelve is also used as the headquarters for the Order Of The Phoenix.
|What is the name of the house elf who works at number twelve?|
Kreacher. Kreacher hates Sirius throwing out items from the house so he saves them and puts them in his den.
|Who sometimes visits the painting in Harry and Ron's room?|
Phineas Nigellus. Phineas Nigellus' other painting is situated in Albus Dumbledore's office at Hogwarts.
|What does Tonks almost always fall over in the house?|
umbrella stand. The umbrella stand is a troll's leg.
|Everytime someone makes a loud noise in the house, a person who is in a painting starts to scream. Who is this person?|
Sirius' mother. When Sirius is showing them his family tree, we find out that Sirius is related to the Malfoys.
|Which of these teachers has not been identified as being in the Order Of The Phoenix?|
Professor Flitwick. Snape was asked to give Harry Occlumency lessons, however when Harry saw Snape's worst memory in the Pensieve he was told never to return to his office again.
|What was the portkey that Harry had to use to get to Grimmauld Place from Dumbledore's office?|
a kettle. After Harry had the vision of Mr. Weasley being attacked by Voldemort, he and Ron were taken to see Dumbledore so that they could be immediately taken to Grimmauld Place.
|In which room of the house was there a Boggart?|
drawing-room. Mrs. Weasley asked Professor Moody to check that it was a Boggart before trying to tackle it.
|Which family do we find out Sirius is related to?|
Malfoys. Sirius is actually related to Narcissa Malfoy, Draco's mother.
|Finish the title of the family tree situated in the drawing-room. 'The ______ and most ancient house of Black'|
noble. 'The Noble and Most Ancient House of Black' is not only the title of the family tree but it is also the title of the sixth chapter in the book.
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