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9th Sep '17 12:51:09 AM Silverblade2
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* Interesting theory, except there's one problem -- The Riddler isn't a cold-blooded killer. It would've been someone like Greyback or one of the Lestranges who were killing people during attempted muggings, since they had no-one to lead them. Riddle would've eventually been deformed, not by dividing his soul, but by [[SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker falling into a giant potions cauldron]].

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* Interesting theory, except there's one problem -- The Riddler isn't a cold-blooded killer. It would've been someone like Greyback or one of the Lestranges who were killing people during attempted muggings, since they had no-one to lead them. Riddle would've eventually been deformed, not by dividing his soul, but by [[SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker [[ComicBook/TheJoker falling into a giant potions cauldron]].
16th Aug '17 11:22:14 AM Doug86
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> Colorado, The Overlook Hotel. A bogart lived in the hotel for decades driving one person after another insane. When the Bogart realized that Danny Torrance had magical potential it left the hotel afraid the wizards would come after it.
> The Babadook was a Bogart!
> Derry, Maine. Pennywise the Clown was a boggart.

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> * Colorado, The Overlook Hotel. A bogart lived in the hotel for decades driving one person after another insane. When the Bogart realized that Danny Torrance had magical potential it left the hotel afraid the wizards would come after it.
> * The Babadook was a Bogart!
> * Derry, Maine. Pennywise the Clown was a boggart.



[[WMG: The Potters are descendants of the [[ASongOfIceAndFire Baratheons]].]]

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[[WMG: The Potters are descendants of the [[ASongOfIceAndFire [[Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire Baratheons]].]]
16th Jul '17 9:50:22 AM nombretomado
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From the art book of TheMovie: Karl Kroenen was blond, intelligent and curious, good at dueling (fencing), a skilled occultist, one of the [[ManBehindTheMan men behind the man]] in the Nazi party, striving to enhance the human race (in a very gruesome way), most active during WW2, able to grow ridiculously old, and nigh-impossible to kill. From Book 7: Gellert Grindelwald was blond, intelligent and curious, good at dueling, a skilled wizard, perhaps was THE man behind the man (see above), striving to protect the human (muggle) race (in a very totalitarian way), most active around WW2, able to grow ridiculously old (in prison, granted, but still - he outlived Dumbledore by almost a year!), and very hard to kill (in his prime). That guy you saw in the UberWald prison tower? Just one of Karl Grindelwald's flesh puppets! He didn't die until a giant cog was dropped on him years later, and even then...!

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From the art book of TheMovie: Karl Kroenen was blond, intelligent and curious, good at dueling (fencing), a skilled occultist, one of the [[ManBehindTheMan men behind the man]] in the Nazi party, striving to enhance the human race (in a very gruesome way), most active during WW2, [=WW2=], able to grow ridiculously old, and nigh-impossible to kill. From Book 7: Gellert Grindelwald was blond, intelligent and curious, good at dueling, a skilled wizard, perhaps was THE man behind the man (see above), striving to protect the human (muggle) race (in a very totalitarian way), most active around WW2, [=WW2=], able to grow ridiculously old (in prison, granted, but still - he outlived Dumbledore by almost a year!), and very hard to kill (in his prime). That guy you saw in the UberWald prison tower? Just one of Karl Grindelwald's flesh puppets! He didn't die until a giant cog was dropped on him years later, and even then...!
2nd Jul '17 9:32:31 AM nombretomado
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[[WMG: He that should not be named [[{{Freakazoid}} needs more rope]].]]

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[[WMG: He that should not be named [[{{Freakazoid}} [[WesternAnimation/{{Freakazoid}} needs more rope]].]]
16th Jun '17 10:54:16 AM nombretomado
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[[{{Tommy}} Deaf and blind, he spent his convalescence playing pinball.]]

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[[{{Tommy}} [[Music/{{Tommy}} Deaf and blind, he spent his convalescence playing pinball.]]
11th Jun '17 3:11:05 PM nombretomado
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[[WMG: The Muggle Prime Minister in book 6 is [[YesMinister Jim Hacker]]]]

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[[WMG: The Muggle Prime Minister in book 6 is [[YesMinister [[Series/YesMinister Jim Hacker]]]]
29th May '17 9:31:16 PM nombretomado
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[[WMG: WizardsOfWaverlyPlace is the in the same universe.]]

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[[WMG: WizardsOfWaverlyPlace ''Series/WizardsOfWaverlyPlace'' is the in the same universe.]]
28th May '17 3:25:32 PM nombretomado
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** There's worse. You know how [[TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}} Games]] [[WarhammerFantasy Workshop]] is a British company....

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** There's worse. You know how [[TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}} Games]] [[WarhammerFantasy [[TabletopGame/WarhammerFantasy Workshop]] is a British company....
27th May '17 12:06:45 PM Sharlee
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* Hermione's persona is dominated by her Anger. She's highly competitive, easily frustrated, and sometimes prone to making bad choices when she gets indignant about unfair practices or circumstances. This, like Harry's Sadness, isn't a bad thing: she stands up for what she believes in, and is forthright in her outrage over Trelawney's blather. It's Hermione who speaks up for house-elves, who's attracted to the equally-hypercompetitive Krum, and who has the stubbornness to achieve payback against the likes of Rita Skeeter on her own, without even Harry's and Ron's help.

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* Hermione's persona is dominated by her Anger. She's highly competitive, easily frustrated, and sometimes prone to making bad choices when she gets indignant about unfair practices or circumstances. This, like Harry's Sadness, isn't a bad thing: she stands up for what she believes in, and is forthright in her outrage over Trelawney's blather.blather or the ''Daily Prophet'''s biased reporting. It's Hermione who speaks up for house-elves, who's attracted to the equally-hypercompetitive Krum, and who has the stubbornness to achieve payback against the likes of Rita Skeeter on her own, without even Harry's and Ron's help.
27th May '17 12:05:21 PM Sharlee
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While each major ''Harry Potter'' character's moods vary with circumstances, each one has a particular Emotion who clearly dominates his or her nature, much as Joy dominated Riley's:
* Harry's persona is dominated by his Sadness. His earliest core memory - the loss of his parents - was one of grief, and his early life with the Dursleys didn't give him much to hope for or be pleased about. His memory-pylon's contents were mostly blue, with perhaps a red or green sphere to illustrate his frustrations and distaste for how he was treated. Harry didn't acquire any yellow core memories until the events of the first book, which is why it took him so long to muster enough happiness to conjure a Patronus in book three. What makes Harry so remarkable, as Dumbledore observed, is that his Sadness ''didn't'' make him morose or bitter, but compassionate: the positive side of that emotion.
* Hermione's persona is dominated by her Anger. She's highly competitive, easily frustrated, and sometimes prone to making bad choices when she gets indignant about unfair practices or circumstances. This, like Harry's Sadness, isn't a bad thing: she stands up for what she believes in, and is forthright in her outrage over Trelawney's blather. It's Hermione who speaks up for house-elves, who's attracted to the equally-hypercompetitive Krum, and who has the stubbornness to achieve payback against the likes of Rita Skeeter on her own, without even Harry's and Ron's help.
* Ron's persona is dominated by his Fear. He's insecure in his status, his competence, his social interactions and (as Ginny taunts him for) his romantic aspirations. Unfortunately, his Fear is a bit of a butterfingers, and prone to error in high-pressure situations. Ron does well when he's relaxed or defiant, as his Joy or Anger take the helm, but performs ''terribly'' when his anxiety gets the better of him. Fortunately, when he has something worthy to defend ''against'' danger, Ron's Fear can buckle down and get the job done, and when offered external support - his friends' trust, the [[MagicFeather luck potion he]] ''[[MagicFeather thought]]'' [[MagicFeather he'd drunk]] - his Fear eventually develops the prudence to hand over control to others. Dumbledore was absolutely right to give a Prefect's badge to Ron: being entrusted with such a responsibility is exactly the sort of positive reinforcement he needed.
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