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How do you open the Chamber of Secrets in Parseltongue?
The key to opening the Chamber is Parseltongue; one must say open to the entrance in Parseltongue for it to open. The ability to speak to snakes has been linked to Slytherins descendants, thus the belief that only the true heir of Slytherin can open the Chamber.
Who opened the Chamber of Secrets in the second movie?
Ginny Weasley opened the Chamber under Tom Riddles control; however, she only could open it because of Riddles ability to speak Parseltongue.
Why could RON open the Chamber of Secrets?
The Chamber can only be opened by Slytherins heir. Obviously Ron isnt, and neither was Ginny in the second book. BUT, just like Ginny was possessed by the Riddle from the diary, therefore gaining entry, Ron possessed Hufflepuffs cup (also a Horcrux).
Who died when the Chamber of Secrets was opened?
Cause of Death: In the 1940s, Myrtle was hiding from a bully in the bathroom when Tom Riddle came in to open the Chamber of Secrets. The basilisk emerged and killed Myrtle, leaving her body alone for hours before it was found.
Can Ron speak Parseltongue?
The ability to actually speak Parseltongue not just imitate it as Ron Weasley did was considered an attribute of a Dark Wizard, which was partly due to the fact that both Salazar Slytherin and Lord Voldemort possessed this ability. Another notable Dark Wizard who was also a Parselmouth was Herpo the Foul.
Was Ginny a Slytherin?
Ginevra Molly Weasley (also known as Ginny) is the youngest child and only daughter of the Weasley family. She is Sorted into Slytherin during Harry and Jim Potters second year.
Does Ginny speak Parseltongue?
Ginny Weasley was able to speak Parseltongue while she was possessed by Tom Riddles Diary, which enabled her to open the Chamber of Secrets.
Can Ron actually speak parseltongue?
Can Ron speak parseltongue?
I hated the fact that Ron was able to reproduce some form of Parseltongue the way JKR had described it since CoS always depicted (to me, at least), a hereditary language perhaps more than a mere language, due to the fact that we never see it written down, or presented in any form other than the spoken sound
What did Parseltongue do in the Chamber of Secrets?
When Harry, Ron Weasley, and Hermione Granger returned to Hogwarts to search for Rowena Ravenclaws Diadem, Ron managed a weak imitation of Parseltongue to re-open the Chamber of Secrets so that he and Hermione could fetch basilisk fangs, which Hermione used to destroy Helga Hufflepuffs Cup.
Why did Harry and Ginny open the Chamber of Secrets?
Ginny Weasley opens the Chamber under the influence of Tom Riddle, and Harry who only ever uses Parseltongue to save someone opens it to rescue Ginny. Neither of them is Slytherins heir.
How did Ron re-enter the Chamber of Secrets?
So, in Chamber of Secrets the tunnel to the Chamber is collapsed, and the way back in from the Girls Lavatory is blocked by what Harry refers to as a solid wall of broken rock. However, later in the book Harry returns that way with Ginny, and we learn that Ron has not been idle (emphasis mine):
Is the Chamber of secrets really about Hagrid?
So perhaps this is one myth with a bit of truth to it. If people really believe that only Slytherins heir can open the Chamber of Secrets, its hard to credit that Tom Riddles framing of Hagrid was ever taken seriously. But it was, as Riddle reveals to Harry through the medium of his diary.
What is Gin Gins candy good for?
Was Berechnet man bei einer Kurvendiskussion?