That Secret Keeper answer you posted was basically accurate except that Sirius was never the official Secret Keeper for the Potters. He was GOING to be- but he convinced them to use Pettigrew instead because he thought it would have been unexpected.
ok fideliius charm answer (i dont't know where else to submit this to)
originally, sirius was the secret keeper for where the potters were hiding. they then switched secret keepers and had peter pettigrew (wormtail) as the SK. peter then told voldemort and voldemort now knew where they were hiding and the charm was broken.
other fidelius charms include the one that was on grimmauld place (the order of the phoenix) dumbledore was SK and he told all the members. once the SK dies like dumbledore did in book 6 (spoiler!), everyone who had been told the information subsequently becomes the secret keeper.
i hope that clears it up!!
I HAVE A HARRY POTTER QUESTION
I don’t understand the concept of the Fidelius Charm/Secret Keeper.
I don’t even remember the original secret that was supposed to be kept. Was it Grimmauld Place or the Order of the Phoenix?
Who was the original secret keeper? Sirius right? then he died.. so a bunch of other people became the Secret Keeper?
I’m so confused. I feel like I’m missing an important part.
I feel like such a noob for asking, but idgaf
I think I need a chart.
If anybody can clear this up, holler at us, or just sort it out with softtings
Charles Eames’ conceptual diagram of the design process, displayed at the 1969 exhibition “What Is Design” at the Musée des Arts décoratifs in Paris. Pinched from Gloria Koenig’s excellent (and bargainous) book, Eames. Designers should be made to stare at this for ten minutes each morning. Conviction and enthusiasm: that’s what we should all be aiming for.