History Fanon / HarryPotter

7th Feb '18 7:17:09 PM nombretomado
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** The stereotypical hardcore Harmonian is defined by the following traits. They believe the series was ruined because Harry and Hermione didn't end up together. They think Hermione is too good for that dumbass Ron, engendering the hatred of Ron fans everywhere. They don't think Harry is quite good enough for that perfect goddess Hermione either, but he's the closest anyone could come since he's TheHero. They believe that Harry and Hermione's love so purely transcends base lust that it's evidenced by the very lack of any evidence. It's frequently assumed that Harmonians are either misguided feminists who see themselves as Hermione (if female) or fanboys who want to get in EmmaWatson's pants (if male).

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** The stereotypical hardcore Harmonian is defined by the following traits. They believe the series was ruined because Harry and Hermione didn't end up together. They think Hermione is too good for that dumbass Ron, engendering the hatred of Ron fans everywhere. They don't think Harry is quite good enough for that perfect goddess Hermione either, but he's the closest anyone could come since he's TheHero. They believe that Harry and Hermione's love so purely transcends base lust that it's evidenced by the very lack of any evidence. It's frequently assumed that Harmonians are either misguided feminists who see themselves as Hermione (if female) or fanboys who want to get in EmmaWatson's Creator/EmmaWatson's pants (if male).
2nd Feb '18 4:02:57 PM nombretomado
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** Though we don't really see him blow up stuff (even though he could) some call him [[MontyPythonAndTheHolyGrail Tim.]]

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** Though we don't really see him blow up stuff (even though he could) some call him [[MontyPythonAndTheHolyGrail [[Film/MontyPythonAndTheHolyGrail Tim.]]
1st Jan '18 3:48:47 PM MasterFuzzy
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* Harry, Ron and Hermione are almost always collectively known as either "The Golden Trio" or "The Gryffindor Trio." Neither name ever appears in the books (and the former makes little to no sense anyway).

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* Harry, Ron and Hermione are almost always collectively known as either "The Golden Trio" or "The Gryffindor Trio." Neither name ever appears in the books (and the former neither makes little to no much sense anyway).anyway, especially considering that they can't be the only three Gryffindors who commonly hang out together).
1st Jan '18 1:22:18 PM TheYoungTroper77
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* Harry, Ron and Hermione are almost always collectively known as either "The Golden Trio" or "The Gryffindor Trio." Neither name ever appears in the books (and the latter makes little to no sense anyway).

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* Harry, Ron and Hermione are almost always collectively known as either "The Golden Trio" or "The Gryffindor Trio." Neither name ever appears in the books (and the latter former makes little to no sense anyway).
31st Dec '17 9:11:53 AM MasterFuzzy
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* There have been involving a "wand holster," which Harry (and possibly his friends) might get, or else "dueling wands" with a certain amount of pre-loaded spells. Neither of these is so much as implied to exist in canon.

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* There have been many fics involving a "wand holster," which Harry (and possibly his friends) might get, or else "dueling wands" with a certain amount of pre-loaded spells. Neither of these is so much as implied to exist in canon.
30th Dec '17 10:56:40 PM wingedcatgirl
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** One that this troper has seen several times is that they lose their wealth due to an ancestor backing out of a marriage and the jilted woman's family demand monetary consolation in return.



* This troper has seen many fics involving a "wand holster," which Harry (and possibly his friends) might get, or else "dueling wands" with a certain amount of pre-loaded spells. Neither of these is so much as implied to exist in canon.

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* This troper has seen many fics There have been involving a "wand holster," which Harry (and possibly his friends) might get, or else "dueling wands" with a certain amount of pre-loaded spells. Neither of these is so much as implied to exist in canon.
14th Nov '17 11:34:24 AM Smeagol17
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* "Ten points for/from [insert House here]."[[note]]With [[{{Jerkass}} Snape]] often being shown doing these, the awarded House is always Slytherin, and the penalized House always Gryffindor.

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* "Ten points for/from [insert House here]."[[note]]With [[{{Jerkass}} Snape]] often being shown doing these, the awarded House is always Slytherin, and the penalized House always Gryffindor.[[/note]]
14th Nov '17 11:04:52 AM DrFraud
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* Parselmouths are often portrayed as capable of communication with reptiles other than snakes, [[RuleOfCool usually dragons]].

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* Parselmouths are often portrayed as capable of communication with reptiles other than snakes, [[RuleOfCool usually dragons]].
dragons]]. A related (and much sillier) notion is Parsel''script'', as in a written form of Parseltongue which is frequently found in books and/or documents written by Slytherin or in usually-Egyptian cursed tombs. This is parodied in one fic where Hermione points out that snakes can't read or write.
14th Nov '17 10:55:38 AM DrFraud
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* Parselmouths are often portrayed as capable of communication with reptiles other than snakes, [[RuleOfCool usually dragons]].
8th Nov '17 4:06:42 PM esq263
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** Additionally, the idea that "Lords", "Ladies" and "Heirs" (mind the capitals, everyone) have special privileges at Hogwarts, including Lords' Quarters. In fact, Hogwarts is a fantastical version of the very real British public school system, one of the points of which was to educate the paying public, noble and commoner alike, on an equal footing. To this end, whatever privileges you had, whether you were the sitting Duke of Norfolk or the Prince of Wales, ended once you were a student enrolled at this school. Your only privileges were whatever you earned through school, such as, in the case of Hogwarts, being prefect, Head Boy/Girl, or Quidditch Captain. Indeed, traditionally, such schools had an instituted system of [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fagging "fagging"]], the purpose of which was to "knock the nonsense out of" students, especially those of genteel or noble birth, and to remind them that, while they attended school, they were no better than any other students.
** On another related note, the idea that each school founder had an heir, and that these heirs, singly or in concert, could assert authority over the school, even revoking the school charter if they so desired. Except no school has ever been run along those lines, particularly not the British public schools on which Hogwarts is, in part, modeled.
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