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The King of a faraway land sets up a witch hunt, ridding his kingdom of all magic users, while expressing the desire to learn magic himself. I also liked the ending with her assuming her stupm form.
Reading how this “King” tried to do magic reminded me of Gilderoy Lockhart. Hoggy Warty Hogwarts Posts: Page 1 of 2. Find all posts by witchsmart.
January 27th,9: But I did get there, and it’s a story about revenge, one witch’s sort of cunning way of revenging herself from persecution, from Muggle persecution. Forever after, the statue of Babbitty remains on top of the stump, and no witch or wizard is ever hurt in that kingdom ever again.
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A foolish king decided to claim all magic for himself. He banished all true witches and wizards and hired a charlatan to teach him magic. Originally Posted by Kanksha I didn’t realise babbitt when you transfigured yourself into an animal you would need another person to transfigure you back.
It’s a major limitation of magic that Wizards have to learn to accept, but that some never do. The king reminded me of Gilderoy Lockhart. In the story, Babbitty is also an almost true representation of an animagi, although she can talk as a rabbit, as normal animagi can’t.
Last edited by GinnyIsGenius; December 6th, at It’s like the difference between a chisel in the hands of a normal person and the same chisel in the hands of Michelangelo.
Interesting facts and notes Jo’s comments about the story: Originally Posted by GinnyIsGenius. Soon, the Muggle teacher demands money and treasures for his services, and he hides all these objects in his small house. But Dumbledore thinks that either this poetic license on Beedle’s part, or that possibly he, himself, had never seen an animagi, as they are rare. Originally Posted by Lucybird I found the ranbity on animagi most interesting in this one, as a story it was my least favourite though.
Babbitty Rabbitty and her Cackling Stump
And I did have babboty, there was this kind of margin of time when I could’ve The Muggle points to the bush, and says a wicked witch is blocking them. Teeter Totter Has absolutely nothing to do with playgrounds.
I think anamagi can still understand human speech, but they can’t speak themselves. As the crowd starts to leave, they hear a cackling coming from the stump. December 17th,9: While they perform, the crowd is astonished by the disappearance of a hat and a levitating horse; then, one of the members of the brigade asks if the King can make his dead dog return to life. Amused, Babbitty agrees to help out the poor Muggle. This enrages the King, who demands that the Muggle help him perform in front of his subjects to show off his new abilities.
Meanwhile, a washerwoman, Babbity, watches the King’s fruitless attempts and laughs at him.
Babbity Rabbity and Her Cackling Stump
Malfoy talks to Rita Skeeter, but it never says she talks back to him. December 9th, Babbitty runs from the bush, and when the hounds chase after her she “disappears”, leaving the dogs barking at a tree. I found the information on animagi most interesting in this one, as a story it was my least favourite though.
The Muggle heads to Babbitty’s house, where he spies on her, and finds out that she is a real witch. The King tries, but Babbitty does nothing, because she knows no magic can raise the dead. The time now is 3: December 22nd, The King tells the charlatan he will perform magic in front of a crown the following night, and, if laughed at, he would behead the charlatan.
Last edited by MrSleepyHead; December 4th, at Find all posts by Murzim. Also that in a transfigured state you wouldn’t remember that you had ever been a person! Any discussion is welcome. That’s a very scary thought.
The Muggle confesses he is a fraud, and Babbitty tells them that the King is cursed, and he’ll feel an axe stroke every time a witch or wizard is harmed. Babbity was a very clever witch! I anx gone back rabbitty change the titles. I thought this was a very amusing tale, and I appreciated its insertion into a book of much more moralistic stories, if only for the comic relief.
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