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21st Jun '16 2:02:23 PM theenglishman
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'''''Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them''''' is a book mentioned in ''Literature/HarryPotterAndThePhilosophersStone'' which was later [[{{Defictionalization}} Defictionalized]] as a real book written by Creator/JKRowling... ahem... [[PenName Newt Scamander]], whose grandson [[WordOfGod married Luna Lovegood]]. The book was published in 2001.

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'''''Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them''''' is a book mentioned in ''Literature/HarryPotterAndThePhilosophersStone'' which was later [[{{Defictionalization}} Defictionalized]] as a real book written by Creator/JKRowling... ahem... [[PenName Newt Scamander]], whose grandson [[WordOfGod married Luna Lovegood]]. The book was first published in 2001.2001, with an UpdatedRerelease scheduled for 2017.
18th May '16 5:23:33 PM StarTropes
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A companion piece to ''Literature/QuidditchThroughTheAges'' and ''Literature/TheTalesOfBeedleTheBard''.

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A companion piece to ''Literature/QuidditchThroughTheAges'' and followed by ''Literature/TheTalesOfBeedleTheBard''.
8th May '16 5:43:08 PM Adept
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** The entry for pixies has them classifed as "XXX", which means competent wizards should cope. Next to it has Ron's note: "but XXXXXXX if you're Lockhart", referencing to the pixie-chaos that Lockhart unleashed in ''Literature/ChamberOfSecrets'' while attempting to teach DADA, and the subsequent injuries he suffered for it.

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** The entry for pixies has them classifed as "XXX", which means competent wizards should cope. Next to it has Ron's note: "but XXXXXXX if you're Lockhart", referencing to the pixie-chaos that Lockhart unleashed in ''Literature/ChamberOfSecrets'' ''Chamber of Secrets'' while attempting to teach DADA, and the subsequent injuries he suffered for it.
8th May '16 5:40:35 PM Adept
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** The entry for pixies has them classifed as "XXX", which means competent wizards should cope. Next to it has Ron's note: "but XXXXXXX if you're Lockhart."

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** The entry for pixies has them classifed as "XXX", which means competent wizards should cope. Next to it has Ron's note: "but XXXXXXX if you're Lockhart."Lockhart", referencing to the pixie-chaos that Lockhart unleashed in ''Literature/ChamberOfSecrets'' while attempting to teach DADA, and the subsequent injuries he suffered for it.
10th Apr '16 9:29:19 PM Eagal
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* ThePunishment: See FeudingFamilies above.

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* ThePunishment: See FeudingFamilies above.%%* ThePunishment
10th Apr '16 9:24:51 PM Eagal
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* CallForward: There's an entry referencing Invisibility Cloaks, namely that they wear out after a few years and become opaque. [[spoiler: That Harry's belonged to his dad several decades ago and is still in perfect working order is a hint about it's true nature.]]

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* CallForward: There's an entry referencing Invisibility Cloaks, namely that they wear out after a few years and become opaque. [[spoiler: That Harry's belonged to his dad several decades ago and is still in perfect working order is a hint about it's its true nature.]]
26th Feb '16 7:18:30 AM fearlessnikki
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Added DiffLines:

* AdaptationalAttractiveness: There's a borderline in-universe example. Merpeople are often interpreted as beautiful in Muggle art and literature - when there is only one particular subspecies that is beautiful, and two others who are more animalistic.
* AdaptationalIntelligence: In-universe. The author expresses surprise at the good press Muggles give to fairies, when in this universe they have minimal intelligence and limited magic.


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* BlueAndOrangeMorality: The Sphinx is a mostly benevolent creature who will only get violent if the person who hears their riddle guesses wrongly. It's not known from Harry's encounter in the fourth book if a Sphinx will interpret ''any'' answer as a guess - but she does allow him to ask questions about the riddle. Also she gives the option for them to choose not to guess and walk away.


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* CuteMonsterGirl:
** The Siren subspecies of merpeople, which are beautiful human-fish hybrids. The Selkie and Merrow subspecies have more alien appearances.
** The Sphinx has the head of a beautiful woman, but the body of a lion.
23rd Jan '16 4:03:10 AM StarTropes
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A companion piece to ''Literature/QuidditchThroughTheAges''.

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A companion piece to ''Literature/QuidditchThroughTheAges''.
''Literature/QuidditchThroughTheAges'' and ''Literature/TheTalesOfBeedleTheBard''.
9th Jan '16 9:21:47 AM Quanyails
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** Some Jack Russel Terriers are actually Crups, which usually have two tails but often have the second tail clipped so they can blend in.

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** Some Jack Russel Russell Terriers are actually Crups, which usually have two tails but often have the second tail clipped so they can blend in.
9th Dec '15 9:18:21 AM HeraldAlberich
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''Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them'' is a book mentioned in ''Literature/HarryPotterAndThePhilosophersStone'' which was later [[{{Defictionalization}} Defictionalized]] as a real book written by Creator/JKRowling... ahem... [[PenName Newt Scamander]], whose grandson [[WordOfGod married Luna Lovegood]]. The book was published in 2001.

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''Fantastic '''''Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them'' Them''''' is a book mentioned in ''Literature/HarryPotterAndThePhilosophersStone'' which was later [[{{Defictionalization}} Defictionalized]] as a real book written by Creator/JKRowling... ahem... [[PenName Newt Scamander]], whose grandson [[WordOfGod married Luna Lovegood]]. The book was published in 2001.
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