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20th Jan '17 9:34:50 PM DustSnitch
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*** Wait, what? Do you mean "{{Jossed}}", Or did JKR ''[[TheDevTeamThinksOfEverything actually]]'' Joss Lilly being specifically Crookshanks?

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*** Wait, what? Do you mean "{{Jossed}}", Or did JKR ''[[TheDevTeamThinksOfEverything actually]]'' ''actually'' Joss Lilly being specifically Crookshanks?
15th Jan '17 2:03:28 PM RJ-19-CLOVIS-93
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[[WMG: The reason why the Horcruxes are the way they are is because you need a personal connection to it.]]
[[spoiler:Asides from Harry Potter of course]]. If any object could be made a Horcrux Voldemort would've used something innocuous that people wouldn't be able to identify. His diary and Marvolo Gaunt's ring are pretty obvious examples, and Salazar Slytherin's locket is due to his close affinity towards Slytherin and him being his heir. Helga Hufflepuff's Cup and Rowena Ravenclaw's Diadem is a less obvious example; he considers Hogwarts his true home, and anything important to the founders he'd have attachment to. He could've picked Godric Gryffindor's Sword, but given his personal hang-ups the connection would've failed. Finally there's Nagini, who's attachment is his strong affinity with snakes and that her venom sustained him in his rudimentary body.
3rd May '16 2:43:38 PM aye_amber
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[[WMG: NickCave is a wizard]]

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[[WMG: NickCave Music/NickCave is a wizard]]
26th Feb '16 10:17:54 PM lorgskyegon
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** It's a combination of the two. Harry was the true Master of Death. He didn't try and avoid death like Voldemort, but accepted it willingly, realizing it was inevitable and natural. When struck by the avada kedavra, Death recognized his Master and knew it was not truly his time. Thus Harry lived.
14th Dec '15 6:21:57 AM IRQ
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** And this is different from being a regular animagus... how? Other than being something one is born with instead of learning.
26th Aug '15 9:40:49 AM TFLatte
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\n* But Dobby's considered to be an incredibly weird house-elf for being happy about being freed. Kreacher is so into being a servant that his goal is to have his head mounted on the wall in Grimmauld Place. It wouldn't make sense for him to be happy about being freed, just to be happy that this new master (who he previously hated and treated like crap as much as possible) gave him something that had belonged to dear old Regulus.
16th May '15 2:24:21 PM Anorgil
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** The problem with this theory is that the recordings of the prophecies in the Department of Mysteries were designed to cause severe brain damage to anyone who tried to pick one of them up, unless the person who tried to pick up a recording of a certain prophecy was mentioned in that prophecy. Harry picked up the recording labeled "SPT to APWBD: Dark Lord and ?Harry Potter" and did not suffer any brain damage; thus that prophecy had to be about Harry. Unless you're suggesting that Harry DID suffer brain damage from picking it up, and everything that happened after that was a figment of an addled mind...



[[WMG: The prophecy drove Harry insane.]]

As a corollary to WMG entry about Harry not being the Chosen One: the prophecy wasn't about Harry, and thus when he picked up the recording of it near the end of book 5, it did the same damage to Harry's brain that it had done to Broderick Bode's; and everything that happened after that was a figment of Harry's imagination.
31st Oct '14 2:05:57 PM LongLiveHumour
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* So...Teddy is a [[{{Deviantart}} were-sparkledog?]]

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* So...Teddy is a [[{{Deviantart}} [[Website/{{Deviantart}} were-sparkledog?]]
28th Aug '14 9:12:13 PM LupineMoon
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**** And "Harry thought inexplicably of Ginny, and her blazing look, and the feel of her lips on hisó" doesn't help matters.
15th Jul '14 3:24:29 AM Milarqui
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** What FridgeBrilliance are you talking about? Everything in the books clearly points out to Harry being the one marked by Voldemort "as his equal" - where does Neville become that? Certainly not in the argument they have after Voldemort makes Hagrid bring Harry's "dead body": Voldemort does recognize that Neville is a WorthyOpponent, but he only offers Neville the chance to live by becoming his servant.
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