The Life and Lies of Albus Dumbledore [Catching Paper]

[Catching Paper] "Stripping away the popular image of serene, silver-bearded wisdom, Rita Skeeter reveals the disturbed childhood, the lawless youth, the lifelong feuds and the guilty secrets Dumbledore carried to his grave." Written as if by Rita Skeeter, this entry for the Harry Potter fandom of the Writing Games is a tell-all biography of one of the most illustrious and controversial figures in the Wizarding World.


6. Chapter 5: A Note from Rita

I hate to interrupt your reading, my friends, but it’s important to note that this was not the only time Albus was accused of supporting pureblood supremacy. While he initially denied such claims, his sincerity was indeed questionable. As you have seen from early on, Albus was no amateur liar. In fact, he was quite practiced at lying to his mother, father, and even the authorities. While I have interviewed many of Albus’s classmates as to his response, it is no longer a certainty that Albus’s word was honest. Later on, he stopped denying it entirely, according to them. Just something to think about. Most of Albus’s Hogwarts time was composed of him off by himself with his one and only friend Elphias - outcasts together. This wouldn’t be the first bond he’d form with an unaccepted male, but we’ll come back to that later. For now, we’ll highlight a few points of Albus’s Hogwarts years, but I won’t bore you with the mundane details.


After all, I’m sure you readers want to get to the juicy stuff as much as I do.


Well, I’ll stop interrupting and let you read. Have you formed your opinion of Albus yet? No? Well you will. That, I promise you.





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