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Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire By JK Rowling Pages 526-581 My favorite scene is when Harry Potter goes into a long maze to complete his last task which is to get to the Triwizard Tournament cup first but when he got to the cup it took him and another challenger to a secret place where Voldemort recover to his ultimate form I liked these scenes because it is packed with action When Harry Potter started his last task he went at the same time as Cedric Diggory Harry Potter met first with and enchanted fog which prevented him from moving through and suddenly it let go Barty Crouchfs son who is a Death Eater in other words a servant of Lord Voldemort shut off most of the curse along the way As a matter of fact he disguised himself as Mad-Eye Moody who is supposed to be teaching the dark arts class Because of this Harry Potter met only dangerous creatures The first creature he met was a Boggart which can transform into anything that the person is afraid of It was not very dangerous so Harry Potter defeated it with a simple spell called Riddikus which made the Boggart explode The second creature was the Blast-Ended Skrewts Harry Potter casted a spell that would have paralyzed the creature but instead I ricochet off of the Skrewtfs shell He was able to stop it when he used the Impediment Jinx on its unprotected sides which stopped in from hitting him During the maze Crouchfs son casted an Imperio Curse on Krum who is a seeker in the Bargarian Quiddich team The Imperio Curse made Krum use the torturing spell Crucio on Cedric Diggory who was rolling on the floor Harry Potter stunned Krum which freed Cedric Then they met a Sphinx who was blocking a shortcut to the Triwizard cup She asked a riddle which was soon answered by Harry Potter The last
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