The Tale of the Three Brothers
The Tale of the Three Brothers was a fairy tale often told to wizard children. Believed to be written by Beedle the Bard , it was published as part of a collection of his works called The Tales of Beedle the Bard. While most wizards viewed this story as one that teaches children morals, such as humility and wisdom, others believed that the story refers to the Deathly Hallows , three highly powerful magical artefacts coveted by generations of wizards. Many also believed that the three Peverell brothers were the inspiration for the story and that they first obtained the artefacts known as the Hallows. Anyone who manages to possess all three hallows was said to be a Master of Death.
At least some content in this article is derived from information featured in Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery. Spoilers will be present within the article. The Tales of Beedle the Bard is a collection of stories written for young wizards and witches by Beedle the Bard. It was published by Chelf Press and had original illustrations by Luxo Karuzos. They were popular bedtime stories for centuries, with the result being that The Wizard and the Hopping Pot and The Fountain of Fair Fortune were as familiar to many of the students at Hogwarts , as Cinderella and Sleeping Beauty are to various Muggle children. Beedle's stories resemble Muggle fairy tales in many respects; for instance, virtue is usually rewarded and wickedness punished. However, there is one very obvious difference.
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There is a storybook of the same name mentioned in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows , the last book of the Harry Potter series. The book was originally produced in a limited edition of only seven copies, each handwritten and illustrated by J. The book was published for the general public on 4 December , with the proceeds going to the Children's High Level Group renamed Lumos in The Tales of Beedle the Bard first appeared as a fictional book in J. It is described as a popular collection of Wizarding children's fairy tales , so that while Ron Weasley is familiar with the stories, Harry Potter and Hermione Granger had not previously heard of them due to their non-magical upbringing. The book Hermione receives in Dumbledore's will is a copy of the original edition of the fictional book. In the novel it is also said the book has a title on its cover, written in embossed runic symbols.