I have changed the "at least one female grandchild" part to read "at least one female descendant". Who knows - perhaps he had only male grandchildren, who at some point in time gave rise to at least one female descendant who passed the cloak down through time until it reached the Potters? --126.96.36.199 20:07, 2 February 2009 (UTC)
I must say that I'm in favor of changing the picture in the infobox to the image from the DH film. All of the other articles have movie characters seen where available. ----Parodist (Send me an Owl) 02:39, December 30, 2009 (UTC)
Undo Damages done to Ignotus Peverell
Someone - I don't know who, I don't why, by I swear by my immortal soul that it was not me - has done considerable damage to the Ignotus Peverell page = only a few sentences! I have tried to undo the damage, but it seems like I have - cry - made matters worse! I am so, so, so, SO SORRY. Is there anyone who can help to save the day?????????????
In the Behind the Scenes, it mentions Ignotus dying of old age in Beedle's story but only 76 in the Harry Potter Film Wizardry, and the tone of that section suggests that the latter (Film Wizardry) is correct over that of JKR's own work. The props used in the movies (which I assume were used in the book) are not necessarily right: do we have actual confirmation that JKR approved and/or designed the runes that give his date of birth and death? If not, that section should be edited. Kaldelar (talk) 18:27, May 1, 2015 (UTC)
- The character of the Third Brother in the story "The Tale of the Three Brothers" is only based on Ignotus, and therefore the fact that the story says he "attained a great age" may have been invented by Beedle the Bard. The real Ignotus dying at seventy-six therefore doesn't directly contradict the novels and can be considered canon. -- 1337star (Drop me a line!) 18:43, May 1, 2015 (UTC)