|Muggles' Guide to Harry Potter - Character|
|Loyalty||Headmaster of Hogwarts|
Everard is a past Headmaster of Hogwarts. He is present as a painting in the Headmaster's office. He seems to be somewhat famous, as he seems to have portraits also in the Ministry.
Role in the BooksEdit
Everard plays a small role in this book. Hearing that Arthur Weasley has been attacked by a snake, Professor Dumbledore sends Everard and Dilys to investigate. Everard reports back that he had raised the alarm, saying that he had heard something downstairs, and had seen them bringing a man up. We assume, correctly as it turns out, that the injured man is Arthur, and we are led to believe that the hallway in which he was sitting is the one that ends at the doorway into the Department of Mysteries at the Ministry of Magic.
Everard has one brief appearance in this book. At the end of the book, as the four Heads of House, plus Harry and Hagrid, are meeting to consider the future of the school, Everard, here described as a sallow-faced wizard with a short black fringe, strolls into his picture frame to announce that the Minister is on his way, he has just Disapparated from the Ministry.
Relationships with Other CharactersEdit