Kire takes place in the same world.The Harry Potter movies or books are never mentioned, although Star Wars is. It's not only that, there's a magic community, magical creatures and magic. Some of the characters was going to come to the magical community but a barrier prevented their energy from being caught up. There's an English wizard there who was sent there to see if there really was any magical people there. He went to an unnamed magic school in England which is heavily implied to be Hogwarts.
The Silents stalk Neville.
Magic works like Biotics from Mass EffectAll wizards work by chanting incantations. These incantations first have to be spoken, or the thought of speaking them must cross the mind of the wizard. This thought triggers the firing of nerves, thus producing the desired effect. If you know how biotics work, it works about the same way, except in Mass Effect, element zero is needed as a catalyst. In the wizarding community, since their ability is genetic, their neural structure allows them to create effects on the real world. Things like fire, simply the creation of a high density area where friction increases a great deal causing the oxygen to ignite. Unspoken magic? Simple. The non-verbal triggering of the neural structure. Harry Potter is told from the point of view of the wizarding world and Bewitched is told from the point of view of the muggles.
The house system is based on the Triforce.Of the four houses, three of them represent the pieces of the Triforce: Slytherin for Power, Ravenclaw for Wisdom and Gryffindor for Courage. The fourth, Hufflepuff, represents the humility and balance needed to possess them all. The Founders knew the Triforce was the ultimate source of magic, so they designed their school around it to inspire their students to seek the Triforce.
Luna Lovegood is a Claymore
Severus Snape was reincarnated as Squidward. Look at the nose! The nose! And they're both always ridiculously irritated by stupidity, and misanthropic, and trapped in jobs with people they hate!
The world in Harry Potter is a fantasy of Shinji from Neon Genesis Evangelion.Harry is a skinny Eerie Pale-Skinned Brunette kid who is perfectly normal aside from being destined to save the world with magic. Shinji is the same, only he's supposed to save the world with the products of Science. HPverse magic causes Science-powered things to go haywire, and so the EVAs could never have been created. The entirety of the HP story occurred before Second Impact. Characters include Hermione (then later Ginny) being Asuka, Voldemort being the messed-up bit of himself that Shinji can't handle (soul-swapping, anyone?), and James Potter's death at the hands of Voldemort and later reverence is Shinji's lust for patricide and inability to accept it. Ron (replaced by George, because Shinji [but not necessarily Harry] was gay for Ron) is the kid from his school that gets himself killed fighting an Angel in Shinji's place, and the bit at the end of book 7 at wherever the mental King's Cross Station was had been a projection of Instrumentality and an aside to the entirety of Harry Potter being a not-quite death hallucination. HP contains only hints at Rei, and no direct references, because Rei, quite frankly, freaked the hell out of him.
Each of the Houses correspond to each of the four main characters of The Wizard of Oz.The Cowardly Lion/Gryffindor-Courage (Bonus points because Gryffindor's symbol is a lion) The Scarecrow/Ravenclaw-Intelligence The Tinman/Hufflepuff-Heart Dorothy/Slytherin-Sociopathy & Ambition (in a world almost paradisical, she wanted only to go home - and would go great lengths to do it)
James Potter, Harry's father, is descended from family in the United States
The Evans sisters are kindred to the overly fussy Mrs. Bucket of Keeping Up Appearances.Both girls, Lily and Petunia, are also named after flowers, not unlike sisters Hyacinth, Daisy, Violet, and Rose. Petunia is extremely particular about what the neighbors think of her, similar to Hyacinth's fretting about her social standing; both of them go to some length to keep peculiar relatives, whether magical or just low-class, away.
Wizards regularly get together and raid Japan for magic and magical artifactsThey torched a city or two last time they were in town, about ten years ago, covered in Fate/stay night.
To build upon the above theory, Fate/stay night and Harry Potter take place in the same continuity...But wizards and mages are fundamentally different. They were the same at one point, however after the HGW system was developed, the split occurred. Those that wanted to be a part of the system and adjusted their means of using magic accordingly became mages, while those who did not want a part in the system became wizards and retained the old ways of using magic. This is why mages are more equipped with dealing with the muggle world than their wizard counterparts. Depending on where in the world you are, you will see more of one than the other (the UK has both, namely the mages association as well as the ministry of magic, but wizards are more prominent, and Japan has only mages)Since both groups look upon the other with disdain (wizards think mages are too cutthroat, mages think wizards are a joke), they barely come in contact with each other.
Sometime before the events of the final book, Neville runs into Noa Bright.BRIGHTSLAP!
Voldermort is a failed Kwisatz HaderachEven though he's pretty nasty, he still hasn't managed to kill over sixty billion people.
"The Other Minister" is Francis UrquhartIn the first chapter of HBP, the nameless PM refers to his predecessor as "him", even though the PM at that time would have been John Major, who was preceeded by Margret Thatcher. However, if the HBP PM is the protagonist of House of Cards (which takes place at about the same time as the Potter books), this allows for the short tenure of Harry Collingridge, F.U.'s immediate predecessor.
Voldemort is a lich.Voldemort has a powerful mastery of magic (opposed by only Dumbledore by the fifth book and only by Harry in the seventh). He has semi-skeletal features (although liches might work differently in this game.) He even has a version of a phylactery: The Horcrux. Given that liches usually only have one phylactery, the fact that Voldy has seven of them makes him even more imposing.
Harry Potter is an AU NarutoIt might be possible. They live in a world where, apparently, their powers help in their very own technology. Harry is the chosen one and has a special mark that helps him out of troubles. Hermione is the curious girl that always is there to correct Nar— err, Harry. She never felt in love for Sasuke, i.e. Draco. Rony might be Neji or Sai, and Ginny is Hinata. Neville is either Chouji or Rock Lee, and Luna might be Ino, or Tenten. Snape is a traumatized Kakashi, and what would confirm the theory that the bigger villain is Orochimaru... Voldemort. Just look at him! Temporarily unable to fight until his loyal assistant/traitor recovers him. It makes one wonder if Minerva is Tsunade... Eww.
Grindelwald is KroenenFrom the art book of The Movie: Karl Kroenen was blond, intelligent and curious, good at dueling (fencing), a skilled occultist, one of the 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 Uber Wald 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...!
Cobra Commander is totally Voldemort's alternate dimension counterpart.Crossposted from the other WMG. Seriously, think about it. CC has a face that we never see but is said to be very scary and messed-up; he has a high-pitched, rasping voice; he's disturbingly obsessed with snakes; and he somehow started his own notorious, masked terrorist group from scratch, which became so powerful that it prompted the government to set aside a special group solely dedicated to trying to stop it. He also seems to come back no matter how many times he looks to be dead, and he is also a sadistic homicidal megalomaniac bent on turning the entire world over to his rule. He's exactly like Voldemort, except that he is a complete tool; but any number of factors in his universe could have caused that.
The magic in the series is just The ForceThe Force runs through all living things, but only Force-Sensitive people can harness it. The same could be true for wizards and muggles. And if I'm not mistaken it IS possible to preform magic without a wand, just very difficult. The wands may just be antennae for channeling the Force. The wands could be made from Force sensitive trees. The wands choose the wizard, so they would be sharing a force link.
Wands attract Dust, which is how they work.They're obviously conscious. They choose their master, they switch about (or don't) between people after duels and deaths according to methods humans don't truly understand, and at times they almost seem to act on their own. Their consciousness lets them make decisions as to what they'll do after a duel; wands don't always switch alliegances. They often make the same decisions, which is what has allowed humans to think up the body of seeming-rules that makes wand-lore, but at times they violate them because they are not actual rules, just the frequent result of the wands' free will. Further, they can act as a focus for humans' consciousness and will, amplifying it with their own and providing the power for magic.
The House Elves are descended from a relic population of MinionsApart from the physical◊ similarities◊ (mostly with regards to the Brown Minions), both species are described as slavish in their devotion to their masters, and with few exceptions, happy to carry out whatever tasks are assigned to them without any regard to their own station. Most of the psychotic energy of the original Minion bloodlines was translated into an even stronger work ethic (with regards to menial labor) and a slight increase in IQ in the various groups of House Elf, at the loss of the Minion's tolerance for abuse. House Elf magic is an offshoot of the Blue Minion's powers.
Voldermort's first attempt at a horcrux left him horribly crippled and possibly temporarily amnesiacDeaf and blind, he spent his convalescence playing pinball.
Neil Cicierega is the online name for Peeves the castle ghost when he does the "Potter Puppet Pals" show on youtube.Peeves uses these vids as to vent out his frustrations of the other characters along with being a satirist and uses the castle House-Elves to be extras in the shows.
Parselmouths and the associated reputation for Dark Wizardry date back much farther than Salazar Slytherin, at least to to an age undreamed of, after the oceans drank Atlantis...
(if the above is true) Voldemort didn't do his homeworkHe went through all that trouble to get a philosopher's stone when it's not really that hard to make your own. All that's required is the sacrifice of human lives in the ritual. Had Volde actually did a bit of research he would've known this and would've probably avoided getting defeated by an 11 year old armed only with a limited knowledge of magic and his mother's love.
Barty Crouch Jr. is a Time Lord - specifically, the Doctor under the influence of a Chameleon Arch.Firstly, Actor Allusion. Secondly, during the trial of Karkaroff, Junior is seen wearing a suit that wouldn't have looked out of place on Paul McGann (or possibly William Hartnell), complete with fob watch if I remember correctly. The fob watch contains the personality of a close-to-regeneration Twelfth Doctor, who's become almost completely crazy by this point but still retains enough sanity to know that a) he can change history, b) if he regenerates he might well become the Valeyard, being close enough already, and c) if the Time Lords get a hold of a Valeyard who can change history so he wins, it will get worse. So he's fobwatched himself. Being that this is the Doctor who will be distilled to create the Valeyard, the real Barty Crouch jr. is probably dead in a ditch somewhere. It would also account for his murderous tendencies throughout Goblet of Fire, during which his Valeyardine and Twelvish impulses leak through the reformat of his brain, as the sound of drums did with the Master even while he was Professor Yana.
Alternatively, Barty Crouch Jr. is the Doctor and is trying to prevent the creation of Edward Cullen, who is really Cedric possessed by an undead vampiric alien entity.Again, Actor Allusion. The Tenth Doctor encountered Edward Cullen as a resurrected and brainwashed victim of alien "vampire" Carlisle Cullen at some point and went back in time to when Edward was created to prevent that horror from occurring. The real Crouch Jr. died in Azkaban, but the Doctor realized the similarity between the two and pretended to be him. His plan was to prevent Cedric Diggory from being entered at all in the Triwizard Tournament by entering Harry, but instead of fixing the Goblet of Fire so Harry would be picked as the Hogwarts champion, he accidentally made it so Harry was entered from a fourth school. Then he went out of his way to ensure that Harry would get the Triwizard Cup instead of Cedric. He still had to enchant the Cup because he had to act like Crouch Jr. or Voldemort would've realized that something was up. Unfortunately, Cedric still died and was resurrected by Carlisle, and the Doctor experienced Heroic BSOD when he realized that he had failed. Instead of being subjected to the Dementor's Kiss, he got away and used the TARDIS to get out of there.
Sirius and Jacob Black are brothers.It could happen.
A boggart in a Muggle Trekkie's home could end the world.We know that boggarts assume the powers of whatever form they take. So, if a trekkie's worst fear is the Crystalline Entity, the Planet Killer, or the macrovirus, well...
If Tom Riddle had been sorted into Ravenclaw instead of Slytherin, he still would have been evil. Just a different sortImagine it. He wasn't, likely, as smart as the other Ravenclaws so he'd be looked down on by his peers just as much. He'd still turn to evil, but rather than having a burning need for power, it would be to show off his mind. Rather than taking a name that made himself sound like a pureblood, he'd have gone with something that was about his intelligence. Given his last name, perhaps something like 'The Riddler'. Now, without the Dark Lord acting as a terrorist force, there would've been no war, just more of the same corruption we see in the first few books. If James and Lilly were still to be killed, but not for a few years and infront of Harry while shopping in Diagon Ally, you have everything you need for... BATMAN.
George Weasley becomes Willy Wonka.According to a cut chapter, Wonka makes a certain line of sweets designed to help children fake being sick to get off school. He favours a fantastical more explodey type of invention over efficiency. He is slightly sadistic to those who really deserve it and will go out of his way to tempt people into their own punishment.
Harry is a sorcerer.The hallucinatory train station in the seventh book is some sort of boundary between the game board and the sea of kakera. By extension, he's playing against Neville, with the goal of beating Voldemort first. Ron and Hermione are his furniture.
The Salem Witches' Institute was a hopping nightclub formerly run by Salem Saberhagen.And it wasn't in Massachusetts, it was just named after Salem. other stuff was just normal people thinking he was the son of a God because they couldn't think of anything else. He was infact a wizard trying to teach magic to muggles.
Kingsley Shacklebolt is yet another identity created by Zasalamel.Think about it, a tall black man, versed in magic, who is a protector of mankind? He probably magicked himself a contact for that golden eye.
Dumbledore is a Time Lord.Now the Killing Curse killed him before he could regenerate. Also, for Movie! Dumbledore, he died sometime in the summer before Harry's third year and regenerated. His beard is his TARDIS and Fawkes is his companion.
Dumbledore is Gendo Ikari, or an expy thereof.CHECKLIST:
Wizards of Waverly Place is the in the same universe.It is just the American way of doing magic. This goes with magic being a finite resource, but the whole one-wizard-per-family thing is how THEY deal with it. Also, the "muggle" prejudices show themselves with the rule of not being able to marry a non-wizard. The reason they don't show non-wizards being called "muggles" is that it's a British (or European) word, not used in the US. They use their "portal" to get into the parts of the wizarding world that is just hidden out in the open in Britain, and all the full wizard families send their children to bordering schools (such as WizTech).
Harry Potter has nothing to do with Evangelion.You'll hate me for this.
The cursed book in the Restricted Section that screams when you try to read it........ is My Immortal.
The Fwooper (as described in Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them) is, in fact, the Aracuan bird as it appears in the Donald Duck cartoons.Think about it. The cartoon Aracuan looks, acts and sounds nothing like a real aracuan bird, but the Fwooper can have pink feathers (the Aracuan is pink) and is described as having having a song that's enjoyable to listen to at first, but will eventually drive the listener insane... and, well, the Aracuan song is funny, catchy and initially pleasant, but imagine having to listen to "Aracuancuancuancuanchancua-dia, aracuan-TWEET-cuan-TWEET-cuan-TWEET-cuan, aracuancuancuancuancuan-quan..." day in and day out... wouldn't you go insane too?
Hermione is Susan the Doctors GrandaughterSusan's husband and children died before her, because shes a Time Lord and can regenerate. Shes upset and uses a Tardis after becoming tired of waiting for her Grandfather. She lands in 1979 but her tardis is destroyed on the way and the tardis becomes a time-turner and can only use a little of Tardis's power, hence why it only goes back hours and we never saw her take a time-turner from the proffesor. Near death she regenerates into a tiny girl and is adopted by The Grangers, but the female Granger is actually the daughter of Susan's two teachers who became the Doctor's companions in the first series. So she regenerated into a witch at the time as well. Years pass and she regenerates again before her fourth year (the movies show this by having her transformation from a mousy brown haired child into a blonde gorgeous woman) Her new personality also becomes more let loose as the books describe as 'character devlopment'. The reason why she knows all of the knowledge needed was because she and the Doctor learned a lot about the wizarding world in their travels together. Her two companions are Harry and Ron and she modified the Granger's memories not only to protect Harry but also to protect her existance as a Time lord and her home planet. Also she has a bag thats bigger on the inside.
After the last novel, Harry is sent back in time to the 1800'sHe names his son Henry.
The Veil of Death...
Harry Potter is similar to Wheel of TimeA school for people who can use their universe's version of magic? It's an ancient structure with a reputation for being magnificent and has a town directly outside it? The people learning there sorted into groups that are reflections of their personalities and possibly skill? No sir, this doesn't sound like Tar Valon at all. Death Eaters? Darkfriends? Would Voldermort be one of the Forsaken? The markings that Voldemort gives his followers bear a similarity to how Alviarin was marked ( although her mark isn't directly visible ), as well as everyone being afraid to say Voldemort ( justified in the final book ) - when the Dark One is given his proper name, his attention is brought upon the speaker. When Rand challenges Shai'tan, the author says how a presence was definitely felt.
Voldemort is an alternate-universe Tony Stonem.When I first saw Skins recently, I could not get over how much Tony reminded me of the teenage Voldemort. He was charismatic, intelligent, good at just about everything he did, charming - and yet also a complete sociopath. (At least Tony was before getting hit by the bus. Maybe that's what Voldemort needed?) And while Voldemort didn't have the ability to love, it didn't say anything about how he felt about sex. For all we know, he was screwing every girl and/or guy at Hogwarts and then tearing their hearts to bits once he didn't need them anymore.
The entire wizarding war was just a ploy to gather enough energy through the use of magic in order to stave off the heat death of the universe.Magic was originally granted to everyone who was willing to make a contract with the Incubators on their first visit thousands of years ago. This was then passed down genetically, creating the current community of magic users. Voldemort's lust for power led him to become the only "true" wizard, with darkness consuming him entirely. The Second Wizarding War was the culmination of the Incubators' recent efforts, resulting in an abundance of useable energy. To support this, the orignal Death Eaters were called the Knights of Walpurgis, a play on the Walpurgisnacht.
Dumbledore is the Red King...And Harry is Alice. In Through the Looking-Glass, the Red King dreams reality. Now, remember that King’s Cross scene in Deathly Hallows? Well, what if the reason that Dumbledore was there was because it was all part of his dream…except Harry was dreaming him dreaming Harry’s dream. Dumbledore’s death symbolised his waking up, so that means Harry is the one who’s dream it is. Or is it? Anyway, that means that NOTHING that happened in all the books leading up to the Kings Cross scene actually happened. The only real bits are after Harry wakes up. Perhaps Dumbledore is God, testing Harry so he can proceed on to reality. This would work, since Lewis Carroll was a very religious person. And I’m religious too, so I just like to work God into things. See? It makes perfect sense!
He that should not be named needs more rope.
Lily is Christine, Snape is the Phantom, and James is Raoul in modern times.
Mister Chang's original name was SimpsonInterview of Flint asserts that Cho married a nameless Muggle. How did he lose his name? When Homer changed his name to "Max Power", Grandpa whinged "I got the name 'Simpson' from my father, who got it from his father, who won it in a crooked poker game." Mr. Chang was nameless because his ancestor was the Simpson who lost that poker game.
When you combine the 3 deathly hallows they become the One Ring.The One Ring gives you great power, makes you turn invisible and makes you "see dead people". These are also esentially the powers of the hallows. Harry Potter, Dudley is a spoiled kid who can get anything if he asks. He is revealed to know how to box (in the beginning of book 5). In Street Fighter III, Dudley is a boxer, with money which allows him to afford anything. They are both from England. The one problem is that the HP Dudley is white, and the SF Dudley is black. Most likely explanation: TAN!
Grindelwald founded, or was affiliated with, the the Neighbourhood Watch Association.I have no idea why, other than that it was for the Greater Good.
Mrs. Norris has the "Mrs." in her name because she actually is married.To a lion, who is actually an Animagus, named Chuck...
Tom Riddle/Voldemort was an early attempt to create a Hitler clone, only in England instead of Brazil.
Cedric Diggory is Edward CullenWhen Voldemort "killed" Cedric, he actually cast a spell that paralyzed him, and allowed him to get lobotomized, take drugs and start drinking. Voldemort knew that the result would torture muggles even more! And he turned into Edward Cullen!
The Potters are descendants of the Baratheons.Just as the Baratheons, the Potters are all dark of hair, and their heraldic animal is a stag.
The hate for Parselmouths stems due the Corinthians' propaganda against Medea/Medea's Roaring Rampage of Revenge going out of handsIn the ancient versions, Medea didn't kill her children, but devastated Corinth in revenge and ran away in a chariot pulled by giant snakes (how could she command the snakes if she wasn't a Parselmouth?). Also, she was a borderline positive figure, extremely dangerous when sufficiently provoked (and she was willing to let the Thebans chase her out of the town to spare neighbourhood problems to Herakles (to whom she had been a guest after leaving Corinth), so as long as you didn't threathen somebody she loved you were safe) but otherwise friendly and a powerful ally (an healer good enough to raise the deads and a combatant capable to either kill or drive to suicide an unkillable bronze giant by simply looking it in the eyes). But as the Roman Empire fell and her story was mostly forgotten, only Euripides' Corinthian-paid version remained well known, and that, coupled with the fact that the Greek Parselmouth Herpo the Foul created the first Horcrux and Basilisk, ruined the reputation of a power mostly suited for potioneers and healers. Alternatively, Medea's revenge went out of hands: in myth she caused an earthquake that destroyed Corinth, set the ruins on fire and struck the survivors with a plague. But what if the plague went out of control? After all, werewolves started as a Greek legend, and in the Potterverse they ARE a plague. Between her and Herpo the Foul, Parselmouths got a bad reputation in Greece, a reputation that in time was spread. In both cases, Parselmouths got an horrible reputation in Western Europe but not in some other parts of the world, particularly Georgia (Medea's homeland) and the rest of the former Russian Empire, where more positive Parselmouths are known and Medea is held in high regards for her works as an healer. Also, there's the strong possibility there're many Parselmouths around, but they hide it for fear of persecution.
Harry Potter is fictional and has nothing to do with other fictional worksIt will be hilarious if this gets Jossed.
The series takes place in a world where the Greco-Roman gods are real.All the creatures are real (though some seem to have been replicated), and it's mentioned in some background material that characters such as Circe, Odysseus, and Polyphemus were real. It's possible, too, that the famed Deathly Hallows were literal gifts from Death (who could, depending on the circumstance, be Hades, Hermes, or Orcus). On an out-of-universe note, J.K.Rowling is a big fan and scholar of Greek mythology, so there's a possibility.
Luna's husband, Rolf Scamander is Rolf from Ed, Edd n Eddy.Think about it. The wizarding world would justify Rolf's eccentric culture. being a descendant of the book on magical creatures' author justifies the amount of animals he takes care of, he's training.
The HP-verse's Masquerade is the parent-Masquerade to all other Masquerades.Or at least the stupid ones. Ever wonder why Red Shield doesn't just send a sample of Chiropteran DNA to independent scientists, or Buffy doesn't stake a vampire on live TV? Certainly it would make Hellsing's job easier if people knew who they should call in the case of a vampire or werewolf attack, so why do organizations and individuals like these constantly go against their own best interests to uphold the Masquerade? Because they know that if they tried to tell people that magic and monsters are real, they'd get a pack of aurors on their ass erasing their evidence. And whenever you come across a Masquerade where the how strains/breaks Willing Suspension of Disbelief, A Wizard Did It. Literally. The Actor Rule. (Idea shamelessly stolen from here). This is what really happened after Sirius fell through the veil. He ended up lost and confused in a muggle city with fractured memories of his own life. He remembers the name "James" is important so he becomes "James" or rather Jim Gordon.
That was the real Voldemort that appeared in the Olympics opening ceremony.The mutilated fragment of his soul that remained after his defeat made one final, desperate attempt to force its way back into the living world, and took possession of the giant puppet Voldemort used in the performance. Luckily, Trelawney had spoken her last genuine prophecy about his activities in time, so the Ministry and Order sent in a squadron of Aurors equipped with Polyjuice Potion to impersonate dozens of Mary Poppins performers, and they fought him off using the wands concealed in their umbrellas.
The Magicians is set in an american school in the Harry Potter verseAt first I thought they were hinting at this because Dean Fogg said there was a wizarding school in Britain and two in Europe. I thought he was referring to Hogwarts, Beauxbaton's and Durmstrang. Later on Quentin mentions having read Harry Potter implying that the HP books are fiction in this universe. If you take The Tales off Beadle the Bard into account which mentions that there's a seven volume biography series based on Harry's life that exists in the HP universe. Maybe it was these that Quentin read.
The events of Snakes on a Plane was actually a prank instigated by the Death Eater youth league.Their aim of course being to terrorize muggles on their damned flying machines. They didn't count on Samuel L. Jackson.
The Doctor somehow came into possession of Sirius Black's flying motorcycle......And modified it so that it works with technology without issue.
Fred Weasley didn't dieHe was transported back in time and became Willy Wonka Fred didn't die during the final battle. Instead, he was attacked by a Weeping Angel which had been woken by the noise and confusion of the battle, or by all the stones/statues being destroyed. It transported him back in time 40 years or so. The 'body' was put there by The Doctor because he knew that he couldn't reveal the truth to the grieving Weasleys - it would cause too much trouble and confusion right after the battle, and the chaos of the wizarding world after the downfall of Voldemort and the second wizarding war could not discover the reality of the Doctor's existence or alien life. Therefore the Doctor was forced to watch the Weasleys grieving over what they thought was their son, and was unable to tell them the truth. Luna was the only one who knew. Just because. Fred, waking back in the 1950s, did not know what to do. The Doctor had told him he could not return or attempt to contact his family in any way, so he did the only thing he could - adopting a false name, he continued his and George's work in the past, creating a magical sweet factory (Willy Wonka is never stated not to also have made jokes and tricks as well; it was just that the sweets caught on in the past). Secretly, Fred always hoped that some of his merchendise (which also became popular in the wizarding community) would be enjoyed by his parents, who were children then, and so in some way he could still reach out to them, and later to his siblings. Some of the sweets on the Train which Harry buys for Ron in the first book are Wonka's sweets, and thus Ron's brother's. Oh, and the Oompa-Loompas? Clearly, they are House-elves; they are small, odd in appearance and are extremely loyal to their 'master'. The singing is a by-product of their obeying a master who was so carefree and cheerful himself - it rubbed off on them. The whole South America story was just what Wonka/Fred told people to explain the odd little creatures living in his factory. Now, you may go weep into your pillows.
In Revolution, Harry Potter in all its forms is the bane of everyone's existence.In episode 5, a rebel named Ken Hutchinson is handling a copy of Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows. Later he ends up revealing that his wife was killed fighting the militia, and he is so obsessed with revenge that he stabs Nora Clayton in the gut when she tried to stop him. In episode 10, a flashback reveals that Sebastian Monroe's family were on their way to see a Harry Potter movie, and they all got killed off by a drunk driver. Monroe didn't take it very well and went on to become a Woobie Destroyer Of Worlds. Seriously, it's like this franchise causes tragedy for everyone exposed to it in the show!
The events of the Muggle fairy tale Cinderella actually happened in this world.A witch became godmother to a muggle girl. When the girl's father died, the godmother tried to take her in, but the stepmother insisted she was a more suitable guardian. Possibly used her wealth and status as proof, though she had no intention of using either to improve the girl's life. The godmother could only use her magic in secret and tried to help Cinderella as much as she could without being noticed. When the Prince held his ball, the godmother saw an opportunity to change her goddaughter's situation permanently. She transfigured a gourd into a coach, mice into horses, a dog into a footman, rags into a ballgown, but put every transfiguration but the shoes under a charm to wear off at midnight. She may have even enchanted one of the slippers to fall off as Cinderella left. It was all a Secret Test of Character to see if the Prince would love a girl in rags as much as a girl in a ballgown. When Perrault heard the story, he had trouble believing in the possibility of a good witch, so they made her a fairy instead.
The Muggle Prime Minister in book 6 is Jim HackerHe has a few of the same mannerisms, is similarly obsessed with votes (although that could be said of any politician) and shares most of Hacker's salient characteristics. Sir Humphrey is a Squib born into an old pure-blood family, and was placed in the Muggle government to assist in smoothing over any problems between the two governments.
The Veil is actually a portal in Kandrakar's VeilAnd on the other side there's a room full of Whisperers.
Horcruxes are protected by an AT FieldNear-indestructible barrier powered by a soul? Sounds legit to me.
The bandaged stranger in The Hog's Head in Book Five ...... Is [[Webcomic/Homestuck Wayward Vagabond]].
Voldemort and Thulsa Doom, is there a connection?Both were typical dark lord's, both had a thing for snakes, both were killed by the child of the people they killed. Help me out here!
Carrie, from the Stephen King novel was magicalBut her religious nut of a mother would not let her go to Hogwarts. Notice Carrie's mother treated her much like the Dursley's treat Harry, because she knew her daughter had this horribly powerful potential. When the Hogwarts letter arrived, her mother tore it up and began to emotionally abuse her daughter to keep her from discovering her magical potential.
Neville Longbottom is a descendent of Hobbits.In The Lord of the Rings, Longbottom Leaf is a tobacco smoked by Hobbits. Neville likes herbology. Harry Potter must take place in the Seventh Age of Middle-earth.
Harry Potter and the Whoniverse.In the Doctor Who episode "The Shakespeare Code, Martha and The Doctor mention Harry Potter as a book series. If the events of that franchise are fictional in the Whoniverse, then perhaps there exists an alternate universe in the Doctor Who multiverse in which the events are nonfictional, similar to the universe in which the events of Star Trek are nonfictional. Alternatively, the books could be based on real events, though nobody would believe J.K. Rowling. What we see in the movies could be the events as they really transpired and it is the books that have changed the stories a bit.
The wardrobe in the Room of Requirement leads to Narnia.It would have to be the Narnia that only appears in The Last Battle if you know what happens in that book and if you are aware of the chronology.
Hunters, ala Supernatural, solidified as a sub-culture and the wizard masquerade were established at the same timeThe deal is, you wizards keep the things that go bump in the night away from us or we will kill them...and eventually you.
The Master of Death and The Shinigami King / King of Death are one and the same.Harry will have to spend eternity looking after deadbeat Death Gods. It also explains why Death Notes resemble simple black journals Harry copied the tactic from Riddle.
Dudley Dursley is the maternal grandson of The Doctor.Actor Allusion: Harry Melling is the maternal grandson of Patrick Troughton, who played the Second Doctor. Perhaps the Second Doctor also fathered Lily Potter, making him the grandfather of Harry Potter as well. He was under the alias of Mr. Evans, but eventually changed his alias due to the WMG below...
Mr. Ollivander is The Doctor.Actor Allusion: John Hurt played both Mr. Ollivander and the War Doctor. Sometime during the Last Great Time War, the War Doctor returned to Earth to check up on his grandson, Harry Potter. He knew that Harry was too young to understand what Time Lords were, so he just gave him his wand and gave him information about the Elder Wand.
No one is a Time Lord.
The Master is a Master of Death.He did find a way to keep on living when he ran out of regenerations.
The Master is Lord Voldemort.It is his real name, and speaking it only provokes bad things. Alternatively...
The Doctor is Lord Voldemort.He would not want anyone to know that he was someone so evil, and the name "Voldemort" is jinxed. Alternatively...
The Doctor's name is jinxed.Hence why it can never be spoken aloud by any living person.
Different countries have different ways of maintain the masquerade.In England the Ministry of Magic uses rules and regulations to keep everything under control, not only do they keep up the masquerade they also stop demonic invasions and vampire outbreaks and stuff like that. In America instead of a Ministry and its rules and regulations there are the Hunters (from Supernatural) and home to the current Slayer who keeps shit under control. There are some witches and warlocks here and there but in America they tend to hid in plain sight in suburbs and such but just keep everything underwraps lest they know a group of Hunters or the Slayer would come after them.