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In the tales of beedle the bard dumbledored notes on this section clearly state that wands can grow acustomed to certain magic, and evan have some still left inside it. Retrieved from cacling http: The time now is 3: Maybe I’m just partial to clacking You know, this sort of character that thinks of himself very highly and ends up nabbity a complete fool of himself?

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The King promises it will be done, and erects a statue of her made of gold. Originally Posted by gertiekeddle Ah, that’s true. Contact Us – MuggleNet.

Babbity Rabbity And Her Cackling Stump? – Anita’s Notebook

I heard this on PotterCast when they were discussing Amazon’s reviews of the stories and, now that I have read the story myself, I have to agree with Sue.

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Babbitty demands a statue yer built of herself, to remind everyone what has been decreed. Canis major close to Sirius Age: Find all posts by Anhelda. By Beedle the Bard. Babbity was a very clever witch! I mean, come on.

The King tells the charlatan he will perform magic in front of a crown the following night, and, if laughed at, he would behead the charlatan. Also that in a transfigured state you wouldn’t remember that you had ever been a person!

Babbity Rabbity and her Cackling Stump

Last edited by MrSleepyHead; December 4th, at Babbity makesa hat disappear and levitates a horse. He asks her to help him, or he’ll expose her. One could speculate he knew since his transformation didn’t work out completely, but he had probably never tried if there was a danger of loosing any idea of being human and how to transform back. This enrages the King, who demands that the Muggle help him perform in front of his subjects to show off his new abilities.

Originally Posted by Anhelda. He tells Babbitty that she will hide in the bush tomorrow, and make it seem as if the King himself can do magic. This could relate to when Harry sets too much store on the prophecy assuming that it is going to happen anyway without him trying which Dumbledore shows is wrong, and when Babbity mentions that “henceforth, every stroke of harm that you inflict upon my fellow witches and wizards feel like an axe stroke in your own side, until you wish you could of it!


The only difference is that Lockhart was actually a wizard! Anyway, Maybe Babbity vanished a small alcove,just big enough for her, under the tree she had conjured, and just Animagoused to get away.

I enjoyed the darker undertones in this story. Originally Posted by Kanksha.

It reminds me cackoing him too. Originally Posted by Lucybird. The Harry Potter Canon. The crowd laughs at the King, and the King wants to know why the spell isn’t working. I will say again, Rejoice! I didn’t realise that when you transfigured yourself into an animal you would need another person to transfigure you back. Find all posts by Lucybird. I also liked the ending with her assuming her animagus form. Reading how this “King” tried to do magic reminded me of Gilderoy Lockhart. Babbitty runs from the bush, and when the hounds chase after her she “disappears”, leaving the dogs barking at a tree.