Skin colour Harry asked for help while looking at a two-way mirror; Aberforth had the other mirror. Aberforth: Go home, live a little longer. Aberforth was resentful and bitter about the fact that he was living under Albus's shadow due to Albus's superior magical capabilities and spent most of his time caring for his sick younger sister, Ariana.  His death also helped close Harry's mind from Voldemort and gave him greater control over when he could access the Dark Lord's thoughts. British or Irish Dumbledore acts much like Merlin from The Sword in the Stone, in the manner of an "absent-minded professor"; both Merlin and Dumbledore educate a story's main character in a castle. Regardless, the curse left his hand blackened and dead-looking, and no amount of healing could repair the appearance.  The character had previously referenced his brother Aberforth, and in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, it is revealed that Albus is three years older than Aberforth. During.
 Throughout the year, when Dobby made attempts to drive Harry away from Hogwarts, causing some rather unpleasant results on the way, Harry made some threats that were never followed through. Aberforth then convinced the Death Eaters that he set off the alarm by letting his cat out, and it was his goat Patronus, not Harry's stag, that they actually saw. In particular, he is riddled with guilt over the circumstances surrounding the death of his sister. During the school year, Dumbledore teaches Harry of events in Voldemort's past that he feels are of immense importance.
When the evil wizard Lord Voldemort kills Harry's parents before being reduced to a lesser form, Dumbledore decides to place the now-orphaned Harry in the home of Vernon and Petunia Dursley. His mother was described as a good woman, but Aberforth knew her secretive nature and bitterly described himself and Albus as having learned lies and secrets from her.  He would get confused when he would get two of the same style as he preferred to have two brightly coloured or patterned mismatched socks and would often give socks as gifts as well. But he didn't want Harry to die and tried to save him in any way possible. When he heard, Harry ordered Dobby not to punish himself for disobeying a direct order from Umbridge. , Aberforth generally seemed cynical and bad-tempered, such as when he sarcastically pointed out to Harry Potter how little Albus Dumbledore had really told him even while putting an enormous responsibility on his shoulders.  It is unknown how the Malfoys reacted when they learned of it. When Harry needed help escaping Malfoy Manor, Aberforth Dumbledore sent Dobby to apparate them out of there: ... the mirror fragment fell sparkling to the floor, and he saw a gleam of brightest blue -
Aberforth seemed to have a close attachment to Dobby, since he felt very sorry when he learned he died, In 1995, when Dolores Umbridge banned all clubs at Hogwarts, Harry Potter half-heartedly asked Dobby if he knew of a secret place in which they could have meetings for Dumbledore's Army; Dobby subsequently told him of the Room of Requirement and how to get into it. Alastor Moody, who met him at the taking of the photo of the original Order, only described him as a "strange bloke". He continued to live in Hogsmeade, tending to his goats.
I'm somewhat bothered by the fact that he tells him that in the movie, as he otherwise refused to tell anyone outside the trio about it, on Dumbledore's orders – and now he suddenly tells someone he just really met for the first time about it?! After Harris' death, Michael Gambon portrayed Dumbledore for all of the remaining Harry Potter films. I don't think Aberforth really knows what's going to happen to Harry, he just knows Dumbledore well enough to know that it will likely end in Harry dying. Gender