History YMMV / HarryPotterAndTheHalfBloodPrince

16th Aug '16 4:29:13 PM Nicoaln
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** In the movie, [[spoiler: Bellatrix Lestrange's actress]] was pregnant and had to hdie it during filming. [[spoiler: Come ''Cursed Child'', it's revealed that her character is in fact the mother of Voldemort's child.]]
9th Aug '16 7:15:40 PM Monsund
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* MisaimedFandom: Some fans, even some editors on the Wiki, tend to sympathize with Merope too much claiming her using a LovePotion on Tom Riddle was justified. Even going so far as to claim Tom Riddle was the bad one, pointing to a few scenes where he's mentioned as a snob(this is ignoring his PetTheDog moments like taking care of his elderly parents), and him leaving Merope, neverminding the fact that he was magically raped, and didn't consent to the relationship in the first place.
14th Jul '16 10:21:49 PM Anddrix
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* BaseBreaker:
** Minor one but Hermione's crying after Ron kisses Lavender. Some found it {{Narm}}, while others had a SheReallyCanAct reaction towards Emma Watson.
** Lavender being played by a white actress was another one, mostly since she'd been entirely in the background with no lines in the previous films. Some felt it was pointless to change her back to white, while others felt it was more in line with the book[[note]]When Ron and Lavender are making out, Harry mentions that it's hard to tell whose hands were whose, implying Lavender to be white[[/note]].



* BrokenBase: The book that ignited the greatest quantity of flame wars on forums. Especially over the ShipSinking.

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* BrokenBase: BrokenBase:
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The book that ignited the greatest quantity of flame wars on forums. Especially over the ShipSinking.ShipSinking.
** Minor one but Hermione's crying after Ron kisses Lavender. Some found it {{Narm}}, while others had a SheReallyCanAct reaction towards Emma Watson.
** Lavender being played by a white actress was another one, mostly since she'd been entirely in the background with no lines in the previous films. Some felt it was pointless to change her back to white, while others felt it was more in line with the book[[note]]When Ron and Lavender are making out, Harry mentions that it's hard to tell whose hands were whose, implying Lavender to be white[[/note]].
1st Jul '16 8:53:52 PM MagBas
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** Lavender being played by a white actress was another one, mostly since she'd been entirely in the background with no lines in the previous films. Some felt it was pointless to change her back to white, while others felt it was more in line with the book[[note]]When Ron and Lavender are making out, Harry mentions that it's hard to tell whose hands were whose, implying Lavender to be white[[/note]]. A third camp felt the RaceLift was necessary to avoid UnfortunateImplications - since that would have made both Harry and Ron's {{Romantic False Lead}}s ethnic while their canon partners were white.

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** Lavender being played by a white actress was another one, mostly since she'd been entirely in the background with no lines in the previous films. Some felt it was pointless to change her back to white, while others felt it was more in line with the book[[note]]When Ron and Lavender are making out, Harry mentions that it's hard to tell whose hands were whose, implying Lavender to be white[[/note]]. A third camp felt the RaceLift was necessary to avoid UnfortunateImplications - since that would have made both Harry and Ron's {{Romantic False Lead}}s ethnic while their canon partners were white.
21st Apr '16 8:42:09 AM Phoenixion
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* HilariousInHindsight: In the first book, Ron sees in the Mirror of Erised himself as Head Boy and holding the Quidditch Cup. He manages both (almost, as he became a Prefect) in this book and film. Also a little [[HarsherInHindsight harsh]] considering that [[spoiler:Ron never attends his last year at Hogwarts, meaning that there's a chance that he could have qualified for Head Boy but still couldn't take the position]].

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* HilariousInHindsight: HilariousInHindsight:
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In the first book, Ron sees in the Mirror of Erised himself as Head Boy and holding the Quidditch Cup. He manages both (almost, as he became a Prefect) in this book and film. Also a little [[HarsherInHindsight harsh]] considering that [[spoiler:Ron never attends his last year at Hogwarts, meaning that there's a chance that he could have qualified for Head Boy but still couldn't take the position]].position]].
** In the book, [[CloudCuckoolander Luna]] non-chalantly claims that Rufus Scrimgeour the new Minister for Magic is a vampire. In the [[Film/HarryPotterAndTheDeathlyHallows seventh movie]], Scrimgeour is portrayed by Creator/BillNighy, who [[Film/UnderworldRiseOfTheLycans portrayed a vampire once]].
12th Apr '16 5:19:46 AM Spokuha
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** Also HarsherInHindsight: Dumbledore's "Oh, to be young and to feel love's keen sting" line in the infirmary upon Lavender hearing a bedridden, unconscious Ron call out to Hermione. In the backstory provided by Rowling, Dumbledore was in love with Grindelwald, who left the country after a fight Grinedlwald had with Dumbledore's brother led to the death of their sister. It was also Dumbledore who had to put an end to Grindelwald's reign of terror.

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** Also HarsherInHindsight: Dumbledore's "Oh, to be young and to feel love's keen sting" line in the infirmary upon Lavender hearing a bedridden, unconscious Ron call out to Hermione. In the backstory provided by Rowling, Dumbledore was in love with Grindelwald, who left the country after a fight Grinedlwald Grindelwald had with Dumbledore's brother led to the death of their sister. It was also Dumbledore who had to put an end to Grindelwald's reign of terror.
12th Apr '16 5:19:06 AM Spokuha
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** Also HarsherInHindsight: Dumbledore's "Oh, to be young and to feel love's keen sting" line in the infirmary upon Lavender hearing a bedridden, unconscious Ron call out to Hermione. In the backstory provided by Rowling, Dumbledore was in love with Grindelwald, who left the country after a fight Grinedlwald had with Dumbledore's brother led to the death of their sister. It was also Dumbledore who had to put an end to Gregorovich's reign of terror.

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** Also HarsherInHindsight: Dumbledore's "Oh, to be young and to feel love's keen sting" line in the infirmary upon Lavender hearing a bedridden, unconscious Ron call out to Hermione. In the backstory provided by Rowling, Dumbledore was in love with Grindelwald, who left the country after a fight Grinedlwald had with Dumbledore's brother led to the death of their sister. It was also Dumbledore who had to put an end to Gregorovich's Grindelwald's reign of terror.
5th Mar '16 7:18:33 PM ading
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* ItWasHisSled: [[spoiler:Snape kills Dumbledore.]]

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* ItWasHisSled: [[spoiler:Snape Snape kills Dumbledore.]]



-->''[[spoiler:Snape kills Dumbledore!]]''\\

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-->''[[spoiler:Snape -->''Snape kills Dumbledore!]]''\\Dumbledore!''\\



** Similarly, "[[spoiler:SNAPE KILLS DUMBLEDORE]] ON PAGE 606/596." (page 606 is commonly used as it has Harry explicitly saying "[[spoiler:Snape killed Dumbledore]]," but the actual death occurs on 596. Or 566/556, depending on which edition you're reading.)

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** Similarly, "[[spoiler:SNAPE "SNAPE KILLS DUMBLEDORE]] DUMBLEDORE ON PAGE 606/596." (page 606 is commonly used as it has Harry explicitly saying "[[spoiler:Snape "Snape killed Dumbledore]]," Dumbledore," but the actual death occurs on 596. Or 566/556, depending on which edition you're reading.)
20th Feb '16 12:46:32 PM MagBas
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* AlternateCharacterInterpretation: [[FanDumb Slughorn is a big fat pedophile.]]

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* AlternateCharacterInterpretation: [[FanDumb AlternateCharacterInterpretation: Slughorn is a big fat pedophile.]]



* ShipToShipCombat: This book caused the shipping wars in the fandom to go ''nuclear'', to the point of Emerson, the founder of Mugglenet, accusing some shippers of FanDumb in an interview. J.K. Rowling's reaction to this was akin to "Oh shit. Did you just say that? Do you want the rabid shippers to slit your throat in your sleep?" and she ''refused'' to call "a significant part of my fanbase 'deluded'". In spite of her refusal, angry fans made it seem like she had personally insulted them and spat into their faces.
20th Feb '16 5:15:36 AM dartblaze
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** TakeThatScrappy: Dumbledore coldly confronting the Dursleys for all the abuse they put Harry through over the years.

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** * TakeThatScrappy: Dumbledore coldly confronting the Dursleys for all the abuse they put Harry through over the years.
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