History Literature / HarryPotterAndTheGobletofFire

3rd Jan '18 6:05:45 AM nighttrainfm
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* TwistedEucharist: The ritual [[DarkMessiah Lord Voldemort]] uses for his "resurrection" requires literal flesh from his most faithful servant, blood from his greatest enemy, and a bone from his deceased father.

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* TwistedEucharist: The ritual [[DarkMessiah Lord Voldemort]] uses for his "resurrection" requires literal flesh from his most faithful servant, blood from his greatest an enemy, and a bone from his deceased father.
31st Dec '17 2:56:21 PM nighttrainfm
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** Harry offers [[spoiler:the prize money from the tournament to Cedric's parents, who turn it down. He then gives it to Fred and George Weasley]].

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** Harry offers [[spoiler:the prize money from the tournament to Cedric's parents, who turn it down. He then gives it to Fred and George Weasley]].Weasley.]]


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* ImaginaryLoveTriangle: Rita Skeeter invents a Harry-Hermione-Krum triangle out of whole cloth, to the annoyance of everyone involved.


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* ShipSinking: Harry / Hermione takes an early hit. Harry finds the idea of him being in a love triangle with her and Krum bewildering, and is rather annoyed that he has to keep telling people they're not together.
29th Dec '17 2:53:24 PM SentaiRider2000
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29th Dec '17 2:52:39 PM SentaiRider2000
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* DarkerAndEdgier: Though Creator/JKRowling had been progressively doing this with each new installment since the beginning, this book made the series take a huge leap in this trope. Notably, it's the first to feature a [[spoiler:DownerEnding]], with [[spoiler:Cedric being murdered and Voldemort getting a new body]]. It's also the one where the franchise's BlackAndGrayMorality grows more evident, as Rowling begins unveiling the dark side of the Ministry of Magic.

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* DarkerAndEdgier: Though Creator/JKRowling had been progressively doing this with each new installment since the beginning, this book made the series take a huge leap in this trope.trope, taking the previous novel's dark tone Main/UpToEleven. Notably, it's the first to feature a [[spoiler:DownerEnding]], with [[spoiler:Cedric being murdered and Voldemort getting a new body]]. It's also the one where the franchise's BlackAndGrayMorality grows more evident, as Rowling begins unveiling the dark side of the Ministry of Magic.
20th Dec '17 3:39:18 PM fruitstripegum
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* HedgeMaze: The setting of the third challenge is a magical hedge maze filled with monsters to force the four contestants to fight their way through and find the prize of the tournament, the Triwizard Cup.
* HelloNurse: Fleur Delacour is a normal example; the full-blooded veela are the most extreme.
* HeroAntagonist: Cedric is a mild example, as he is Harry's rival both in the Triwizard Tournament and in winning Cho's affections.



* HedgeMaze: The setting of the third challenge is a magical hedge maze filled with monsters to force the four contestants to fight their way through and find the prize of the tournament, the Triwizard Cup.
* HelloNurse: Fleur Delacour is a normal example; the full-blooded veela are the most extreme.
* HeroAntagonist: Cedric is a mild example, as he is Harry's rival both in the Triwizard Tournament and in winning Cho's affections.
18th Dec '17 6:49:13 AM lakingsif
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* BittersweetSeventeen: the legal threshold for wizards' adulthood is at 17 (compared to 18 for the real/muggle UK) -- this is shown in ''The Goblet of Fire'' when the goblet in question will only allow for those 17 or older to come near it.
14th Dec '17 4:31:48 PM nighttrainfm
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* FictionIsntFair: Rita Skeeter spends the book printing increasingly ridiculous slander about Harry and his friends. Dumbledore does ban her from the school grounds, but Harry isn't presented with any legal way of stopping the articles, themselves.

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* FictionIsntFair: Rita Skeeter spends the book printing increasingly ridiculous slander outright lies about Harry and his friends. Dumbledore does ban her from the school grounds, but Harry isn't presented with any legal way of stopping the articles, articles themselves.
7th Dec '17 5:55:46 PM tyrekecorrea
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** Your son [[spoiler:dies when competing in a sporting event, right when you were sure he would win]].

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** Your son [[spoiler:dies when competing in a sporting event, right when you were sure he would win]].event]].
7th Dec '17 5:49:29 PM tyrekecorrea
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* DietEpisode: The Dursley portion of the book involves Dudley being put on a diet. Unfortunately, Petunia decided that to accommodate Dudley, everyone else needs to participate, including Harry (who absolutely does ''not'' need such a thing). Thankfully, his friends send him enough snacks to keep him from starving.

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* DietEpisode: The Dursley portion of the book involves Dudley being put on a diet.diet [[note]] because Dudley had come home from Smeltings for the summer with a note saying that the school's uniform provider no longer provides pants in the obese Dudley's size [[/note]]. Unfortunately, Petunia decided that to accommodate Dudley, everyone else needs to participate, including Harry (who absolutely does ''not'' need such a thing). Thankfully, his friends send him enough snacks to keep him from starving.
6th Dec '17 10:47:16 AM BelligerentAlbatross
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** Later on, Harry forgets about the very same power as he is trapped and desperately reaching out for the Marauder's Map with his wand. [[PlotInducedStupidity Had he remembered Accio,]] [[spoiler: Barty Crouch Jr. could've been exposed by the map right then and there.]]
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