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The Resurrection Stone is a Lure to Death
At least some content in this article is derived from information featured in Harry Potter: Wizards Unite. As such, spoilers will be present within the article. For gameplay-specific information, please see the relevant article on the Harry Potter: Wizards Unite Wiki! The Resurrection Stone is one of the fabled Deathly Hallows. It was bestowed upon Cadmus Peverell after he requested, as his bounty, something with the power to recall loved ones from Death. According to legend, whoever reunited it with the other two Hallows the Elder Wand and the Cloak of Invisibility would become the Master of Death.
Learned in the magical arts, the brothers conjured a bridge with their wands and proceed to cross. Halfway though the bridge, a hooded figure stood before them. The figure was the enraged spirit of Death , cheated of his due. Death cunningly pretended to congratulate them and proceeds to award them with gifts of their own choosing the elder wand, the resurrection stone and the invisibility cloak. Take Our Poll.
More than a ring
Гарри Поттер и Дары Смерти: Часть II (с субтитрами)
The Resurrection Stone can revive the dead, although not completely. DH21 It was passed down for generations until it got lost in the forest in the Battle of Hogwarts, Rowling stated that she assumes that the Stone was stepped on by the Centaurs as they charged into the battle. It is now forever lost, buried in the forest BLC. The Hallow that Dumbledore most craved when he was young DH35 , the Resurrection Stone has had comparatively few recent owners. This ring was still in the family in the early twentieth century, owned by Marvolo Gaunt, who believed the symbol on it to be the Peverell coat of arms HBP Albus Dumbledore sought out this Horcrux to destroy it, but before he could do so his desire to see his parents and sister got the better of him, and he put the ring on, enacting a terrible curse.