In the magical world of “Harry Potter”, in addition to magical spells and creatures, there are many magical objects with magical uses.
Some of them are convenient for wizards in their lives, such as the interesting items in the Burrow, while others are top treasures, which are strictly protected and controlled.
Today, we’re going to take stock of 10 of the most powerful magic objects in the “Harry Potter” series.
1. The deluminator
The deluminator is the first magic item to appear in “Harry Potter”. Its maker was the great Albus Dumbledore.
Don’t look at The deluminator as if it’s just a common-level magic item used to turn on or off lights. In fact, it also has a hidden powerful function, which was not discovered by Ron accidentally until “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows”.
This function is “Location Navigation”. As long as you have someone in mind, The deluminator can guide you to find him no matter how far he is.
Of course, our Muggle world can also achieve this function with technology, but in the absence of a tracker, it is very powerful to track the location of someone at any time, isn’t it?
2. Gryffindor sword
The history of the Gryffindor sword may be older than Hogwarts Castle, after all, it used to be Godric Gryffindor’s sword.
Since the owner’s death, it has been in the Sorting Hat, but every time it “appears”, it will anger its presence with its powerful abilities.
Slaying Basilisks, Destroyer, KillNagini, everything is good. It is “invincible existence”, and no one or anything can restrain it.
In addition, its attached absorption ability will always add various Buffs to it. If it is not long-term in the Sorting Hat, with its “learning” ability, the magic ability may be more “anti-sky”.
3. Marauder’s Map
The Marauder’s Map, although its magical effects are limited to Hogwarts Castle, and there are a few indescribable places not included, such as the Room of Requirement.
But its ability is not only to act as a “monitor” of Hogwarts, but also to be immune to all magical disguise.
Whether wearing the Cloak of Invisibility, drinking a potion to pretend to be someone else, or transforming into an Animagus form, only the deity’s name will be displayed on the Marauder’s map.
Even the author J. K. Rowling felt that this thing was too terrifying, and with it, his own story could not go on.
It had to be confiscated under the guise of “Mad Eye” Moody (as Bartemius Crouch Junior).
In the later stories, the Marauder map is also rarely used, and it was not used again until the battle of Hogwarts.
4. the Resurrection Stone
Of the three pieces of the Deathly Hallows, the Resurrection Stone is probably the least useful.
Although it is called “resurrection”, it does not actually have such an effect. It only briefly makes the deceased relatives appear in a similar way as an illusion, not even a ghost.
Is the Resurrection Stone useless then?
of course not. Although the bodies of the “resurrected” relatives are false, their spirits are “real”, unlike those active portraits, which just imitate the movements of the people in the paintings during their lifetime.
Although I can’t hug them, I can communicate with each other with true feelings. Although it is only for a short time, it is also a kind of comfort to many people.
5. sorting hat
The Sorting Hat is definitely the most familiar magic item for all fans. After all, no one will miss the Hogwarts Sorting Test.
Because the Sorting Hat was instilled with the criteria for selecting students by the four founders, it had the ability to “see through people’s hearts”.
Although it cannot be 100% accurate, most students are still assigned to the most suitable colleges for them.
However, the Sorting Hat seems to favor Gryffindor a little more. If there is a student who is suitable for both Gryffindor and other academies, then they will all be assigned to Gryffindor, such as Harry, Hermione, Neville, and Peter Pettigrew, etc.
6. the Cloak of Invisibility
The Deathly Hallows that Harry Potter uses most often is the Cloak of Invisibility, which is one of the most indispensable things on his adventure.
Although there are other invisibility cloaks in the wizarding world, Harry’s is considered the most powerful.
Not only after hundreds of years, the magic shows no signs of weakening, but also can resist some curses and poisons.
Of course, black magic like Avada Kedavra won’t do.
7. the Elder Wand
Just as Harry’s the Cloak of Invisibility is widely recognized as the strongest invisibility cloak, the Elder Wand is recognized as the strongest wand of all time.
Because most wands will be buried with the owner’s death, only the Elder Wand has been passed down from generation to generation by changing owners.
And with the magical experience accumulated in the hands of different masters, the spells cast by the Elder Wand are the most powerful.
With the “durability” of the Elder Wand, it’s unlikely to be broken as easily as the movie ends.
On the contrary, in the novel, letting the Elder Wand accompany Dumbledore to sleep may be its best ending.
The spell for making Horcrux may be the most difficult spell in black magic, after all, few people in history can really create it.
Of course, it may also be because many top wizards don’t bother to make Horcruxes to “add life” to themselves.
Moreover, the function of the Horcrux is not only to keep the maker from dying, but it itself will have a great negative impact on the spirit of those who are close to it.
Even Harry, who is a Horcrux himself, is not immune to it.
9. Philosopher’s Stone
Philosopher’s Stone, forged by Nicolas Flamel, is the only known piece in the history of magic.
One can imagine how difficult it is to refine.
Even super geniuses like Dumbledore and Voldemort couldn’t make a piece by themselves.
The effect of Philosopher’s Stone, in addition to immortality, can turn any metal into pure gold.
It is through the power of the Philosopher’s Stone that Nicolas Flamel has endless life and wealth.
10. time converter
Don’t look at “Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban”, Hermione uses the time-turner just to be able to take several classes at the same time.
But its appearance was originally a very anti-sky setting.
Since he could travel back in time, why didn’t Dumbledore use it to go back to Voldemort just after he came out and put the Dark Lord in his cradle?
J. K. Rowling also realized that the time-turner was a bug, and she kept patching the settings, and finally just had them all destroyed in the Battle of the Department of Mysteries, which would save her headaches.