Re: A New Secret Keeper Question
- From: Philip Lewis <flip+spiced_ham@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: 09 Apr 2006 19:53:45 -0400
Thom Madura <Thom-Madura@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:
I am not making rules - what I am saying is that there are a lot ofI'm not going deny holes... But A thought just occured.
HOLES in the description of the secret keeper spell that we do not know
The spell hides a *secret*. If it's someting which is common
knowledge, it might not work.
Take the Potters secret. It wasn't that the location of the house was
hidden, it was that they were there hiding. so someone could find the
house, they just wouldn't know (and appreantly see) that there were
For 12 Gimmauld place, It's possible that there were two spells in
1: Fidelius Charm for the location of the order
2: Obscurity charm that would only show the place that knew the
location of the order.
I seem to recall that it would hide someone peeping in the window, but
what if they went into the house and sat in the same chair?
My example of "harry potter exists" to make him invisible wouldn't
work, because that isn't a secret. That he is hiding at hogwarts might work.
That he is hiding on earth? The question of course, is how far can the
magic go? It *is* magic after all.
May no harm befall you,
Ich habe keine Ahnung was das bedeutet, oder vielleicht doch?
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