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22nd Nov '17 12:22:36 AM Saveelich
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* Wizards frequently use [[{{Teleportation}} Apparition]]. It's a stark contrast with the ''Film/HarryPotter'' films and books where the majority of the main cast were students and thus not experienced enough to use it liberally.

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* Wizards frequently use [[{{Teleportation}} Apparition]]. It's a stark contrast with the ''Film/HarryPotter'' films and books where the majority of the main cast protagonists were students and thus not experienced enough to use it liberally.
19th Nov '17 2:15:12 PM Saveelich
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!!The Second Movie
* On the release of the Teaser Promo, we discover several things: Tina has taken to wearing ''leather'' and Queenie and Jacob are apparently ''still together'' despite it being ''illegal.''
16th Nov '17 7:42:58 AM JamesSwann
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!!The Second Movie
*On the release of the Teaser Promo, we discover several things: Tina has taken to wearing ''leather'' and Queenie and Jacob are apparently ''still together'' despite it being ''illegal.''
24th Oct '17 5:44:11 PM TheWildWestPyro
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** On the flipside, America gets one for having ''none'' of the toxic blood-purity culture that tore wizarding Britain in two and drove the Death Eaters' horrific crimes. While marrying actual muggles is illegal, intermarriage with Muggle-borns is perfectly acceptable. This is especially awesome considering how 1920s America saw a truly nasty increase in racism against all sorts of minorities (especially Italians), including the resurgence of the KKK.

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** On the flipside, America gets one too for having ''none'' of the toxic blood-purity culture that tore wizarding Britain in two and drove the Death Eaters' horrific crimes. While marrying actual muggles is illegal, intermarriage with Muggle-borns is perfectly acceptable. This is especially awesome considering how 1920s America saw a truly nasty increase in racism against all sorts of minorities (especially Italians), including the resurgence of the KKK.
24th Oct '17 5:44:01 PM TheWildWestPyro
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** On the flipside, America gets one for having none of the toxic blood-purity culture that tore wizarding Britain in two and drove the Death Eaters' horrific crimes.

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** On the flipside, America gets one for having none ''none'' of the toxic blood-purity culture that tore wizarding Britain in two and drove the Death Eaters' horrific crimes. While marrying actual muggles is illegal, intermarriage with Muggle-borns is perfectly acceptable. This is especially awesome considering how 1920s America saw a truly nasty increase in racism against all sorts of minorities (especially Italians), including the resurgence of the KKK.
24th Oct '17 5:39:45 PM TheWildWestPyro
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* One for Britain - doesn't matter whether you're Pure, half, muggle or Muggleborn. You can marry ''whoever the hell you like'', unlike America. Sure, people may disapprove of mixed marriages in Britain, but they ''have not made it illegal like America has.''

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* One for Britain - doesn't matter whether you're Pure, half, muggle or Muggleborn. You can marry ''whoever the hell you like'', unlike America. Sure, people may disapprove of mixed marriages in Britain, but they ''have not made it illegal like America has.''has by the time of the film.''
** On the flipside, America gets one for having none of the toxic blood-purity culture that tore wizarding Britain in two and drove the Death Eaters' horrific crimes.
30th Jun '17 11:23:45 AM ChaoticNovelist
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*[[spoiler: Jacob's bakery is a smashing success; he has a line out the door. At the start of the film, the banker refused him a loan partly because the banker didn't think a bakery would be a success at all since machines can make more pastries per hour. Jacob's personal touch is superior.]]
30th Jun '17 11:07:53 AM ChaoticNovelist
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* Wizards frequently use [[{{Teleportation}} Apparition]]. It's a stark contrast with the ''Film/HarryPotter'' films and books where the protagonists were students and thus not experienced enough to use it liberally.
* [[TheBeastmaster Scamander makes very good use of his Swooping Evil]] to escape [=MACUSA=] with Tina. [[spoiler: And to confront Graves as well at the end. It just goes to show that he may be average with a wand, but his command over the fantastic beasts borders on WrongContextMagic for wizards unprepared for them. And because of this, he manages to restrain ''Gellert Grindelwald'' in the climax.]]

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* Wizards frequently use [[{{Teleportation}} Apparition]]. It's a stark contrast with the ''Film/HarryPotter'' films and books where the protagonists majority of the main cast were students and thus not experienced enough to use it liberally.
* [[TheBeastmaster Scamander makes very good use of his Swooping Evil]] to escape [=MACUSA=] with Tina. [[spoiler: And Also to confront Graves as well at the end. It just goes to show that he may be average with a wand, but his command over the fantastic beasts borders on WrongContextMagic for wizards unprepared for them. And because Because of this, he manages to restrain ''Gellert Grindelwald'' in the climax.]]



* One for Britain - doesn't matter whether you're Pure, half, muggle or Muggleborn. You can marry ''whoever the hell you like'', unlike America. Sure, people may disapprove of mixed marriages in Britain, but they ''have not made it illegal like America have.''

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* One for Britain - doesn't matter whether you're Pure, half, muggle or Muggleborn. You can marry ''whoever the hell you like'', unlike America. Sure, people may disapprove of mixed marriages in Britain, but they ''have not made it illegal like America have.has.''



** Well, there ''is'' a reason, apart from being badass herself, that Luna married into this family; badass people generally tend to marry badass people. Explains [[spoiler: why Newt and Tina end up together. And, possibly, Jacob and Queenie too.]]
* One for Graves himself. Despite the feats of power he displays, in this fight and the film in general, we never hear him utter a single word. It's impressive to see a character casually pulling off tricks the ''Film/HarryPotter'' protagonists would have found daunting during their time as teenagers--and sometimes even [[UpToEleven without his wand]]!

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** Well, there ''is'' a reason, apart from being badass herself, that Luna married into this family; badass people generally tend to marry badass people. Explains [[spoiler: why Newt and Tina end up together. And, possibly, Jacob and Queenie too.]]
* One for Graves himself. Despite the feats of power he displays, in this fight and the film in general, we never hear him utter a single word. It's impressive to see a character casually pulling off tricks the ''Film/HarryPotter'' protagonists cast would have found daunting during their time as teenagers--and sometimes even [[UpToEleven without his wand]]!



*** The way Queenie and Jacob [[spoiler: get into Graves' office]] deserves a mention. [[spoiler: After Queenie's attempts at unlocking Graves' office door with magic fails, Jacob kicks down the door in.]] ''And it works.'' This may be the first time we've seen the muggle-- sorry, the ''no-maj'' way trump magic on-screen.
* [[spoiler: Queenie decides "fuck the law" and falls hard for Jacob.]] And it's implied by the ending that [[spoiler: he may even get her in the end!]]
* The Obscurial's identity: [[spoiler: Obscurials are always destroyed by their own twisted power before their tenth birthday. Credence is ''twenty one.'' Newt is flabbergasted by how he must be powerful to live so long, and Grindelwald outright calls him a true miracle.]]

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*** ** The way Queenie and Jacob [[spoiler: get into Graves' office]] deserves a mention. [[spoiler: After Queenie's attempts at unlocking Graves' office door with magic fails, Jacob kicks down the door in.]] ''And it works.'' This may be the first time we've seen the muggle-- sorry, the ''no-maj'' way trump magic on-screen.
* [[spoiler: Queenie decides "fuck the law" and falls hard for Jacob.]] And it's It's implied by the ending that [[spoiler: he may even they get her together in the end!]]
* The Obscurial's identity: [[spoiler: Obscurials are always destroyed by their own twisted power before their tenth birthday. Credence is ''twenty one.'' Newt is flabbergasted by how he must be powerful to live so long, and Grindelwald Graves outright calls him a true miracle.]]
4th Jun '17 9:07:27 AM JamesSwann
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* The Obscurial's identity: [[spoiler: Obscurials are always destroyed by their own twisted power before their tenth birthday. Credence is ''eighteen.'' Newt is flabbergasted by how he must be powerful to live so long, and Grindelwald outright calls him a true miracle.]]

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* The Obscurial's identity: [[spoiler: Obscurials are always destroyed by their own twisted power before their tenth birthday. Credence is ''eighteen.''twenty one.'' Newt is flabbergasted by how he must be powerful to live so long, and Grindelwald outright calls him a true miracle.]]
4th Jun '17 9:06:39 AM JamesSwann
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* The fact that Newt ''gives absolutely no fucks'' as to someone's blood status; if he likes you, you're his friend.
* One for Britain - doesn't matter whether you're Pure, half, muggle or Muggleborn. You can marry ''whoever the hell you like'', unlike America. Sure, people may disapprove of mixed marriages in Britain, but they ''have not made it illegal like America have.''



** Well, there ''is'' a reason, apart from being badass herself, that Luna married into this family; badass people generally tend to marry badass people. Explains [[spoiler: why Newt and Tina end up together. And, possibly, Jacob and Queenie too.]]



** The way Queenie and Jacob [[spoiler: get into Graves' office]] deserves a mention. [[spoiler: After Queenie's attempts at unlocking Graves' office door with magic fails, Jacob kicks down the door in.]] ''And it works.'' This may be the first time we've seen the muggle-- sorry, the ''no-maj'' way trump magic on-screen.

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** It's outright shown that Queenie ''has'' the skill to be an Auror, she probably just doesn't want to be bothered with all the rules.
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The way Queenie and Jacob [[spoiler: get into Graves' office]] deserves a mention. [[spoiler: After Queenie's attempts at unlocking Graves' office door with magic fails, Jacob kicks down the door in.]] ''And it works.'' This may be the first time we've seen the muggle-- sorry, the ''no-maj'' way trump magic on-screen.
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