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Harry Potter and The Half-Blood Prince - Apparition
Throughout all the books after the idea of apparition has been introduced, it is made quite clear that apparition on Hogwarts grounds is impossible. But in Chapter 21, The Unknowable Room, Dobby and Kreacher come to report to Harry, they apparate and disapparate. Up until this point it had never been mentioned how house elves transport like that, but the word "disapparate" is used in this chapter.
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bekboo writes:
It is established since the Chamber of Secrets that House Elves are not limited to the same rules as wizards. They CAN apperate and disapperate in the grounds of hogwarts.
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AlxBnt writes:
In the 7th book, when Harry and the others are locked in the malfoys house basement, Dobby Can dis/apperate Even though a anti spell has been cast. It explains that the rules are different.
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korax1214 writes:
Anti-Apparition spells protect against WIZARD Apparition; elf magic is different. Besides, preventing elf Apparition would prevent house-elves doing their jobs effectively.
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drina999 writes:
Uhm,about that Malfoy basement thing in HP7:If the house was magically protected against (dis)apparition,(except the house elves) how come that when Bellatrix(?) summoned Voldemort to the house Harry was so afraid that Voldemort would soon be within (dis)apparition range and would apparate in the room?Or was the house's protection just against GOOD witches and wizards?
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