Three magical objects in the Harry Potter universe that together give the owner 'mastery over death'. Specifically, they are the Elder Wand, Resurrection Stone and Cloak of Invisibility.

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Can Harry Potter's Invisibility Cloak hide inanimate objects/Non-sentient beings?

So anyone with the invisibility cloak (The Deathly Hallows cloak) can hide themselves, almost completely. Can this effect work on inanimate objects in any capacity? As someone in the comments said, ...
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Why would Snape still be well informed about Order plans?

When we see Snape's memories in DH Dumbledore's portrait tells Snape that he must tell Voldemort the right date Harry will be moved from Privet Dr because Voldemort believes Snape so well informed. ...
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How did Dumbledore manage to tell Snape to give Voldemort Harry's correct moving date?

As @KatieR states in the answer to Why did Snape tell Voldemort when Harry Potter was really going to be moved?, Dumbledore told Snape via his portrait in the Headmaster's study. But how did Snape get ...
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Does Worthiness have Anything to do with Mastery of the Hallows?

In Deathly Hallows, Dumbledore's seems to put some stock in a person's worthiness to unite the Hallows. “I was such a fool, Harry. After all those years I had learned nothing. I was unworthy to ...
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Would Draco Malfoy's wand chosen Harry if he had tried it out initially?

We know Harry is chosen by his Holly and Phoenix feather wand in book one, but what if he had tried out Draco Malfoy's wand initially (when it was still a new wand on the shelf at Ollivanders), would ...
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Why did Voldemort attempt Avada Kedavra at Harry a second time in Deathly Hallows?

Brief explanation behind this question: In Deathly Hallows, when Voldemort casts Avada Kedavra against Harry in the Forbidden Forest, the spell connects but (unknown to Voldemort at the time) does ...
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In the Harry Potter Universe, is Death deadly?

This might sound like a very dumb question, but bear with me. Acording to the question Does Death really exist in Harry Potter? Death is presumably real since it gave 3 different objects to the ...
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Did Dumbledore plan to have Harry possess all 3 Hallows?

Did Dumbledore plan to have Harry possess all 3 Hallows?
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Why did Dumbledore 'put on' the Resurrection Stone (Ring)?

WARNING: Spoiler Alerts throughout this question... Now, Dumbledore put on Marvolo's ring, knowing that it was the Resurrection Stone which was on the ring. He also knew (even though he "lost his ...
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Why did Snape need to appear well informed?

"You will have to give Voldemort the correct date of Harry's departure from his aunt and uncle's," said Dumbledore. "Not to do so will raise suspicion, when Voldemort believes you so well ...
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Did anyone ever possess all three Hallows?

In the Harry Potter universe; was there anyone who ever possessed all three (Elder Wand, Resurrection Stone, the Invisibility Cloak) Hallows at once? This is barring the creator / creators (Death or ...
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Why did Dumbledore want Harry to know about the Deathly Hallows?

Dumbledore's instruction before his death were pretty clear: he wanted Harry to find and destroy the Hocruxes. But why would he take the trouble of giving Harry clues and hints about the Deathly ...
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Why didn't Death appear again?

I have one question: when the three brothers cheat Death, Death gets his revenge on them. Why doesn't Death appear again in that story anywhere? It doesn't appear when Harry uses the Deathly Hallows ...
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Why didn't Harry die in the dark forest?

I know that this question may sound like it has a very obvious answer, and many of you may just say that Harry didn't die because he was the Master of Death, as he had the possession of the three ...
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Would Harry still be a Parselmouth at the end of the Deathly Hallows? [duplicate]

Near the end of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Dumbledore tells us before this that: Given the above, does that mean that Harry would have lost his ability to speak with snakes at the end ...
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Do the Deathly Hallows provide any extra power when all are possessed by one person?

The Deathly Hallows are all very powerful and potent artifacts on their own: a perfect invisibility cloak, the most powerful wand, and a stone that can recall shadows of lost loved ones. That is good ...
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Could a certain character be brought back?

(SPOILER WARNING HP VII) Eg. by a legendary, powerful wizard, powerful like the Peverell's? (Please also provide evidence for your answer if possible :)...) EDIT Please consider that,
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Did any of the Harry Potter characters that we loved leave a ghost behind upon death?

Of the more important characters who die in the series, in particular in Deathly Hallows, do some of them have a ghost? I think they qualify as having unfinished business.
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Why didn't Snape reappear when Harry used the Resurrection Stone?

If I were Harry I'd want to thank Snape or at least get some kind of closure..
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Why Wasn't the Resurrection Stone Destroyed Along With the Ring Horcrux?

Dumbledore destroyed the Horcrux element of Marvolo Gaunt's Peverell ring with the Sword of Gryffindor, splitting the Resurrection Stone portion of the ring in half in the process. Harry noticed a ...
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Is there any canon proof that Elder Wand actually works as reputed in a duel?

There seems to be a lot of power attributed to the Elder Wand by various sources in Deathly Hallows. However, looking at it soberly, there doesn't seem to be almost any actual evidence to support ...
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Was Mad-Eye Moody's Recumbent Broom a Help or Hindrance In the Battle of the Seven Potters?

SOURCE: Harry Potter Page to Screen: The Complete Filmmaking Journey - by Bob McCabe - Harper Design - October 2011 Would the shape, mechanics, or aerodynamics of Mad-Eye Moody's recumbent broom ...
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Can the resurrection stone create “an army of Inferi”?

In HP7, it's mentioned (as far as I recall, by Dumbledore at King's Cross) that Gellert Grindelwald sought Resurrection Stone (as one of the Hallows) as a way to create an army of Inferi. Is that ...