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{{Dialogue a-b-c|Amulet-seller|One for your [[Ginevra Weasley|little girl]], madam? Protect her pretty little neck?|[[Arthur Weasley|Mr. Weasley]]|If I were [[Office for the Detection and Confiscation of Counterfeit Defensive Spells and Protective Objects|on duty]]...|Mrs. Weasley|Yes, but don't go arresting anyone now, dear, we're in a hurry.|A street peddler attempts to sell Molly Weasley a supposed protective amulet.|Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince}}
 
{{Dialogue a-b-c|Amulet-seller|One for your [[Ginevra Weasley|little girl]], madam? Protect her pretty little neck?|[[Arthur Weasley|Mr. Weasley]]|If I were [[Office for the Detection and Confiscation of Counterfeit Defensive Spells and Protective Objects|on duty]]...|Mrs. Weasley|Yes, but don't go arresting anyone now, dear, we're in a hurry.|A street peddler attempts to sell Molly Weasley a supposed protective amulet.|Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince}}
   
An '''amulet '''is a small object thought to bring good luck, though their actual ability to provide protection seems dubious at best. [[Gilderoy Lockhart]] claimed to have dealt with [[Transmogrifian Torture]] in [[Burkina Faso|Ouagadougu]] by giving townsfolk protective amulets.<ref name="cs9">''[[Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets]]'', Chapter 9 - (''The Writing on the Wall'')</ref> In [[1992]], a booming trade in protective amulets started in [[Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry]] because of [[Salazar Slytherin]]'s monster. [[Neville Longbottom]] purchased a pointed purple crystal, a [[newt]] tail, and an "evil-smelling green onion" that may have been a [[gurdyroot]] before it was pointed out to him that he was [[Pure-blood]] and therefore unlikely to be in danger. His response to this was that the monster went after [[Argus Filch|Filch]] (through his [[Mrs. Norris|cat]]) first, and everyone knew that he was almost a [[Squib]].<ref name="cs11">''[[Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets]]'', Chapter 11 - (''The Dueling Club'')</ref> Later, when [[Tom Marvolo Riddle|Voldemort]] returned, a sale of protective amulets from dark creatures started up in [[Diagon Alley]]. A pedder attempted to sell [[Molly Weasley]] one of these amulets, which his signage claimed were effective against [[Werewolf|werewolves]], [[Dementor]]s and [[Inferius|Inferi]], but he was not successful.<ref name="hbp6">''[[Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince]]'', Chapter 6 - (''Draco's Detour'')</ref>
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An '''amulet '''is a small object thought to bring good luck, though their actual ability to provide protection seems dubious at best. [[Gilderoy Lockhart]] claimed to have dealt with [[Transmogrifian Torture]] in [[Burkina Faso|Ouagadougu]] by giving townsfolk protective amulets.<ref name="cs9">''[[Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets]]'', Chapter 9 - (''The Writing on the Wall'')</ref> In [[1992]], a booming trade in protective amulets started in [[Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry]] because of [[Salazar Slytherin]]'s monster. [[Neville Longbottom]] purchased a pointed purple crystal, a [[newt]] tail, and an "evil-smelling green onion" that may have been a [[gurdyroot]] before it was pointed out to him that he was [[Pure-blood]] and therefore unlikely to be in danger. His response to this was that the monster went after [[Argus Filch|Filch]] (through his [[Mrs. Norris|cat]]) first, and everyone knew that he was almost a [[Squib]].<ref name="cs11">''[[Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets]]'', Chapter 11 - (''The Dueling Club'')</ref> Later, when [[Tom Marvolo Riddle|Voldemort]] returned, a sale of protective amulets from dark creatures started up in [[Diagon Alley]]. A [[Unidentified Amulet-seller in Diagon Alley|peddler]] attempted to sell [[Molly Weasley]] one of these amulets, which his signage claimed were effective against [[Werewolf|werewolves]], [[Dementor]]s and [[Inferius|Inferi]], but he was not successful.<ref name="hbp6">''[[Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince]]'', Chapter 6 - (''Draco's Detour'')</ref>
   
 
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Amulet-seller: "One for your little girl, madam? Protect her pretty little neck?"
Mr. Weasley: "If I were on duty..."
Mrs. Weasley: "Yes, but don't go arresting anyone now, dear, we're in a hurry."
— A street peddler attempts to sell Molly Weasley a supposed protective amulet.[src]

An amulet is a small object thought to bring good luck, though their actual ability to provide protection seems dubious at best. Gilderoy Lockhart claimed to have dealt with Transmogrifian Torture in Ouagadougu by giving townsfolk protective amulets.[1] In 1992, a booming trade in protective amulets started in Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry because of Salazar Slytherin's monster. Neville Longbottom purchased a pointed purple crystal, a newt tail, and an "evil-smelling green onion" that may have been a gurdyroot before it was pointed out to him that he was Pure-blood and therefore unlikely to be in danger. His response to this was that the monster went after Filch (through his cat) first, and everyone knew that he was almost a Squib.[2] Later, when Voldemort returned, a sale of protective amulets from dark creatures started up in Diagon Alley. A peddler attempted to sell Molly Weasley one of these amulets, which his signage claimed were effective against werewolves, Dementors and Inferi, but he was not successful.[3]

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Notes and references

  1. Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, Chapter 9 - (The Writing on the Wall)
  2. Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, Chapter 11 - (The Dueling Club)
  3. Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, Chapter 6 - (Draco's Detour)

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