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|name=Lucius Malfoy II's walking stick
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|made=[[1992]] or earlier
 
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|usage=Conceals a [[wand]] inside
 
|usage=Conceals a [[wand]] inside
|owners=*[[Lucius Malfoy]]
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|owners=*[[Lucius Malfoy II]]
 
*[[Draco Malfoy]]
 
*[[Draco Malfoy]]
 
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'''Lucius Malfoy's walking stick''' is an ornamental cane and heirloom of the [[Malfoy family]]. Most noticeably, however, it was owned and used by [[Lucius Malfoy]]. The cane itself is coated in shiny black lacquer. At the top of the stick is a silver [[snake]]'s head, which has green crystal eyes. The snake's head is actually the handle of his [[Lucius Malfoy's wand|wand]], which is hidden inside the stick.
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{{Quote|It's not a cane, you cretin, it's a walking stick...|[[Draco Malfoy]] to [[Argus Filch]]|Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (film)}}
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'''Lucius Malfoy II's walking stick''' is an ornamental cane and heirloom of the [[Malfoy family]]. Most noticeably, however, it was owned and used by [[Lucius Malfoy II]]. The cane itself is coated in shiny black lacquer. At the top of the stick is a silver [[snake]]'s head, which has green crystal eyes. The snake's head is actually the handle of his [[Lucius Malfoy's wand|wand]], which is hidden inside the stick.
   
 
==History==
 
==History==
 
===Early History===
 
===Early History===
The walking stick, as a family heirloom, was passed down, from father-to-son, through the long line of [[pure-blood]] successors of the Malfoy line. Its past owners include [[Brutus Malfoy]] and [[Abraxas Malfoy]], before it eventually passed into the hands of Lucius Malfoy, the patriarch of the Malfoy family during the time of the [[First Wizarding War|First]] and [[Second Wizarding War]].
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The walking stick, as a family heirloom, was passed down, from father-to-son, through the long line of [[pure-blood]] successors of the Malfoy line. Its past owners include [[Brutus Malfoy]] and [[Abraxas Malfoy]], before it eventually passed into the hands of Lucius Malfoy II, the patriarch of the Malfoy family during the time of the [[First Wizarding War|First]] and [[Second Wizarding War]].
===Lucius Malfoy's possession===
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===Lucius Malfoy II's possession===
 
[[File:LuciusMalfoy1.jpg|thumb|200px|Lucius with his walking stick.]]
 
[[File:LuciusMalfoy1.jpg|thumb|200px|Lucius with his walking stick.]]
 
Throughout his life, Lucius was frequently seen with this walking stick. But in [[1996]], after his father was discovered as a [[Death Eaters|Death Eater]] and sent to [[Azkaban]], [[Draco Malfoy]] took possession of the cane and brought it with him to school. When looking through Draco's luggage, [[Argus Filch]] took the stick out and examined it. Thinking it was an artefact filled with [[Dark Arts|Dark magic]], Filch did not want Draco to enter the Castle with it. [[Severus Snape]], however, pulled Draco out of trouble, as he was [[Unbreakable Vow|sworn to protect him]]. Despite using his father's walking stick, Draco was not known to use his father's wand during that year (it was presumably taken from Lucius when he went to Azkaban), so it it is possible Draco put [[Draco Malfoy's wand|his own wand]] in the place were Lucius's used to go in the walking stick.
 
Throughout his life, Lucius was frequently seen with this walking stick. But in [[1996]], after his father was discovered as a [[Death Eaters|Death Eater]] and sent to [[Azkaban]], [[Draco Malfoy]] took possession of the cane and brought it with him to school. When looking through Draco's luggage, [[Argus Filch]] took the stick out and examined it. Thinking it was an artefact filled with [[Dark Arts|Dark magic]], Filch did not want Draco to enter the Castle with it. [[Severus Snape]], however, pulled Draco out of trouble, as he was [[Unbreakable Vow|sworn to protect him]]. Despite using his father's walking stick, Draco was not known to use his father's wand during that year (it was presumably taken from Lucius when he went to Azkaban), so it it is possible Draco put [[Draco Malfoy's wand|his own wand]] in the place were Lucius's used to go in the walking stick.
   
 
The walking stick was returned to Lucius following his [[Azkaban escapes#1997|escape from Azkaban]] [[1997|the following year]]. However, [[Tom Riddle|Lord Voldemort]] "borrowed" the wand from inside it to circumnavigate [[Tom Riddle's wand|his own wand's]] [[Priori Incantatem|brotherly connection]] with [[Harry Potter's wand|Harry Potter's]]. He snapped the snake head off the wand handle before bringing it with him to the [[Battle of the Seven Potters]]. It is unknown if the Wand was replaced.
 
The walking stick was returned to Lucius following his [[Azkaban escapes#1997|escape from Azkaban]] [[1997|the following year]]. However, [[Tom Riddle|Lord Voldemort]] "borrowed" the wand from inside it to circumnavigate [[Tom Riddle's wand|his own wand's]] [[Priori Incantatem|brotherly connection]] with [[Harry Potter's wand|Harry Potter's]]. He snapped the snake head off the wand handle before bringing it with him to the [[Battle of the Seven Potters]]. It is unknown if the Wand was replaced.
[[File:Dobby_protecting_Harry_Potter.gif|left|frame|Lucius Malfoy pulling [[Lucius Malfoy's wand|his wand]] out of his walking stick to attack Harry Potter]]
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[[File:Dobby_protecting_Harry_Potter.gif|left|frame|Lucius Malfoy II pulling [[Lucius Malfoy's wand|his wand]] out of his walking stick to attack Harry Potter]]
   
 
==Behind the scenes==
 
==Behind the scenes==
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*The walking stick seems to have magical abilities of its own, as in the Order of the Phoenix film Lucius is seen wielding it during a duel in the [[Battle of the Department of Mysteries]] until Harry [[Disarming Charm|Disarms]] him of it, to which Sirius Black comments "nice one". It has been speculated that the cane could be enchanted with a [[Shield Charm]], which could explain why Lucius uses it in his [[duel]] against Sirius and Harry in combination with his wand.
 
*The walking stick seems to have magical abilities of its own, as in the Order of the Phoenix film Lucius is seen wielding it during a duel in the [[Battle of the Department of Mysteries]] until Harry [[Disarming Charm|Disarms]] him of it, to which Sirius Black comments "nice one". It has been speculated that the cane could be enchanted with a [[Shield Charm]], which could explain why Lucius uses it in his [[duel]] against Sirius and Harry in combination with his wand.
 
*In the films, [[Alastor Moody]] is also shown using a [[Alastor Moody's walking stick|walking stick]]: a thick wooden staff which serves as a magical weapon for him as well as an actually walking stick, other than his wand.
 
*In the films, [[Alastor Moody]] is also shown using a [[Alastor Moody's walking stick|walking stick]]: a thick wooden staff which serves as a magical weapon for him as well as an actually walking stick, other than his wand.
*Similarly, [[Rubeus Hagrid]] also disguises a wand within another object; his [[Rubeus Hagrid's umbrella|pink umbrella]]. This is due to the fact that Hagrid's wand was broken when he was expelled from [[Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry|Hogwarts]].
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*Similarly, [[Rubeus Hagrid]] also disguises a wand within another object: his [[Rubeus Hagrid's umbrella|pink umbrella]]. This is due to the fact that Hagrid's wand was broken when he was expelled from [[Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry|Hogwarts]].
*Lucius Malfoy's walking stick may be inspired by the cane Alex DeLarge had in the 1971 film [[Wikipedia:A Clockwork Orange (film)|''A Clockwork Orange'']]. Alex's cane was used to conceal a dagger, while Lucius' cane concealed his wand.
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*Lucius Malfoy II's walking stick may be inspired by the cane Alex DeLarge had in the 1971 film [[Wikipedia:A Clockwork Orange (film)|''A Clockwork Orange'']]. Alex's cane was used to conceal a dagger, while Lucius' cane concealed his wand.
*Lucius Malfoy's Walking stick can be seen in the band Mushroomhead's music video for "Save Us" it is held by Waylon Reavis. It can be clearly seen at 1:10 in [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Phj3w51Lxjs&feature=fvw this video].
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*Lucius Malfoy II's Walking stick can be seen in the band Mushroomhead's music video for "Save Us" it is held by Waylon Reavis. It can be clearly seen at 1:10 in [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Phj3w51Lxjs&feature=fvw this video].
 
*The idea of a walking stick concealing weapons dates from Japanese swords called [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shikomizue#Shikomizue Shikomizue]that were nothing else that blades concealed inside canes to be carried in public without detection, and later, these weapons became very famous in europe, especially England, similar to the fictional character Watson from the 2009 movie adaption of [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sherlock_Holmes_%282009_film%29 Sherlock Holmes].
 
*The idea of a walking stick concealing weapons dates from Japanese swords called [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shikomizue#Shikomizue Shikomizue]that were nothing else that blades concealed inside canes to be carried in public without detection, and later, these weapons became very famous in europe, especially England, similar to the fictional character Watson from the 2009 movie adaption of [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sherlock_Holmes_%282009_film%29 Sherlock Holmes].
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*It was [[Jason Isaacs]]'s idea to have Lucius conceal his wand inside a walking stick.
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*In the [[Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (film)|sixth film]] [[Argus Filch|Filch]] catches [[Draco Malfoy|Draco]] trying to smuggle the walking stick into Hogwarts.
   
 
==Appearances==
 
==Appearances==
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*''[[Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1]]''
 
*''[[Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1]]''
 
*''[[LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4]]''
 
*''[[LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4]]''
 
 
[[Category:Lucius Malfoy's possessions|Walking stick]]
 
[[Category:Lucius Malfoy's possessions|Walking stick]]
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[[Category:Draco Malfoy's possessions]]

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415tXk3e1hL
Lucius Malfoy II's walking stick
Object information
Made

1992 or earlier

Usage

Conceals a wand inside

Owners
"It's not a cane, you cretin, it's a walking stick..."
Draco Malfoy to Argus Filch[src]

Lucius Malfoy II's walking stick is an ornamental cane and heirloom of the Malfoy family. Most noticeably, however, it was owned and used by Lucius Malfoy II. The cane itself is coated in shiny black lacquer. At the top of the stick is a silver snake's head, which has green crystal eyes. The snake's head is actually the handle of his wand, which is hidden inside the stick.

HistoryEdit

Early HistoryEdit

The walking stick, as a family heirloom, was passed down, from father-to-son, through the long line of pure-blood successors of the Malfoy line. Its past owners include Brutus Malfoy and Abraxas Malfoy, before it eventually passed into the hands of Lucius Malfoy II, the patriarch of the Malfoy family during the time of the First and Second Wizarding War.

Lucius Malfoy II's possessionEdit

LuciusMalfoy1

Lucius with his walking stick.

Throughout his life, Lucius was frequently seen with this walking stick. But in 1996, after his father was discovered as a Death Eater and sent to Azkaban, Draco Malfoy took possession of the cane and brought it with him to school. When looking through Draco's luggage, Argus Filch took the stick out and examined it. Thinking it was an artefact filled with Dark magic, Filch did not want Draco to enter the Castle with it. Severus Snape, however, pulled Draco out of trouble, as he was sworn to protect him. Despite using his father's walking stick, Draco was not known to use his father's wand during that year (it was presumably taken from Lucius when he went to Azkaban), so it it is possible Draco put his own wand in the place were Lucius's used to go in the walking stick.

The walking stick was returned to Lucius following his escape from Azkaban the following year. However, Lord Voldemort "borrowed" the wand from inside it to circumnavigate his own wand's brotherly connection with Harry Potter's. He snapped the snake head off the wand handle before bringing it with him to the Battle of the Seven Potters. It is unknown if the Wand was replaced.

Dobby protecting Harry Potter

Lucius Malfoy II pulling his wand out of his walking stick to attack Harry Potter

Behind the scenesEdit

  • Replicas can be purchased by collectors at various fan shops, such as the Noble Collection.
  • The walking stick only appears in the film adaptations of the Harry Potter novels. It has never been mentioned or referred to in the books.
  • The walking stick seems to have magical abilities of its own, as in the Order of the Phoenix film Lucius is seen wielding it during a duel in the Battle of the Department of Mysteries until Harry Disarms him of it, to which Sirius Black comments "nice one". It has been speculated that the cane could be enchanted with a Shield Charm, which could explain why Lucius uses it in his duel against Sirius and Harry in combination with his wand.
  • In the films, Alastor Moody is also shown using a walking stick: a thick wooden staff which serves as a magical weapon for him as well as an actually walking stick, other than his wand.
  • Similarly, Rubeus Hagrid also disguises a wand within another object: his pink umbrella. This is due to the fact that Hagrid's wand was broken when he was expelled from Hogwarts.
  • Lucius Malfoy II's walking stick may be inspired by the cane Alex DeLarge had in the 1971 film A Clockwork Orange. Alex's cane was used to conceal a dagger, while Lucius' cane concealed his wand.
  • Lucius Malfoy II's Walking stick can be seen in the band Mushroomhead's music video for "Save Us" it is held by Waylon Reavis. It can be clearly seen at 1:10 in this video.
  • The idea of a walking stick concealing weapons dates from Japanese swords called Shikomizuethat were nothing else that blades concealed inside canes to be carried in public without detection, and later, these weapons became very famous in europe, especially England, similar to the fictional character Watson from the 2009 movie adaption of Sherlock Holmes.
  • It was Jason Isaacs's idea to have Lucius conceal his wand inside a walking stick.
  • In the sixth film Filch catches Draco trying to smuggle the walking stick into Hogwarts.

AppearancesEdit

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