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** The Mirror of Erised is shown to be named Rorrimdriew instead.

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** The Mirror of Erised Erised[[note]]"Desire" backwards[[/note]] is shown to be named Rorrimdriew Rorrimdriew[[note]]"Weirdmirror" backwards[[/note]] instead.


* LiteralMinded: A justified example occurs after Cedric offers to train Wayne during fourth year, the latter says they'll be like "a wizard [[Franchise/{{Batman}} Batman and Robin.]]" Having no knowledge of muggle pop culture, Cedric asks, "Which half is the bat?"

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* LiteralMinded: A justified example occurs after Cedric offers to train Wayne during fourth year, year when the latter says they'll be like "a wizard [[Franchise/{{Batman}} Batman and Robin.]]" Having no knowledge of muggle pop culture, Cedric asks, "Which half is the bat?"


* LiteralMinded: A justified example occurs after Cedric offers to train Wayne during fourth year, the latter says they'll be like "a wizard [[Franchise/{{Batman}} Batman and Robin." Having no knowledge of muggle pop culture, Cedric asks, "Which half is the bat?"

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* LiteralMinded: A justified example occurs after Cedric offers to train Wayne during fourth year, the latter says they'll be like "a wizard [[Franchise/{{Batman}} Batman and Robin." ]]" Having no knowledge of muggle pop culture, Cedric asks, "Which half is the bat?"

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* LiteralMinded: A justified example occurs after Cedric offers to train Wayne during fourth year, the latter says they'll be like "a wizard [[Franchise/{{Batman}} Batman and Robin." Having no knowledge of muggle pop culture, Cedric asks, "Which half is the bat?"


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* MuggleFosterParents: Wayne was originally raised as a muggle by his uncle as a parallel to Harry's backstory.


* CheckovsSkill: Oliver's math smarts come to use in the final battle, when he figures out the perfect angle to hit the Death Buddies.

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* CheckovsSkill: ChekhovsSkill: Oliver's math smarts come to use in the final battle, when he figures out the perfect angle to hit the Death Buddies.

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* IsThisThingStillOn: Done twice in a row by Voldemort in seventh year right after he demands via megaphone that Harry be turned over to him. First he says that he thinks his ultimatum went well and asks if anyone brought board games or snacks, but finds out the megaphone is still on. He again asks for Harry to be brought to him, then says, "Okay. The megaphone is now definitely off." It isn't, as he goes off on a tangent (the script gives nine options) before realizing the megaphone is ''still'' on.

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* DeadGuyJunior: Megan and Oliver named their son [[spoiler: Wayne, after their fallen friend.]]

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* CheckovsSkill: Oliver's math smarts come to use in the final battle, when he figures out the perfect angle to hit the Death Buddies.


* ChekhovsGag: Happens at least in the original/recorded version. During the summer before third year, Wayne mentions ''Film/FreeWilly'' in his letter to Megan and Oliver. Much later during the seventh year, part of ''Music/MichaelJackson'''s "Will You Be There" (the theme from ''Free Willy'') plays right after Wayne yells, "Puffs Emergency Formation #10!" and the Puffs gather together to defeat a creature. Wayne's Patronus/"Expectation Animal", a killer whale, then appears in the background.

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** "Oh. My. Wizard. God." - Megan. Doubles as a ShoutOut to ''Theatre/AVeryPotterMusical''.
* ChekhovsGag: Happens at least in the original/recorded version. During the summer before third year, Wayne mentions ''Film/FreeWilly'' in his letter to Megan and Oliver. Much later during the seventh year, part of ''Music/MichaelJackson'''s Music/MichaelJackson's "Will You Be There" (the theme from ''Free Willy'') plays right after Wayne yells, "Puffs Emergency Formation #10!" and the Puffs gather together to defeat a creature. Wayne's Patronus/"Expectation Animal", a killer whale, then appears in the background.


* IronicEcho: Early on, the Puffs' goal is "Third or nothing!" regarding the House Cup. After Wayne's attempt at an RousingSpeech in the seventh year, it becomes "First or nothing!" regarding taking down more bad guys than the Braves or Smarts.

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* IronicEcho: Early on, the Puffs' goal is "Third or nothing!" regarding the House Cup. After Wayne's attempt at an a RousingSpeech in the seventh year, it becomes "First or nothing!" regarding taking down more bad guys than the Braves or Smarts.


* ChekhovsGag: Happens at least in the original/recorded version. During the summer before third year, Wayne mentions ''Film/FreeWilly'' in his letter to Megan and Oliver. Much later during the seventh year, part of ''Creator/MichaelJackson'''s "Will You Be There" (the theme from ''Free Willy'') plays right after Wayne yells, "Puffs Emergency Formation #10!" and the Puffs gather together to defeat a creature. Wayne's Patronus/"Expectation Animal", a killer whale, then appears in the background.

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* ChekhovsGag: Happens at least in the original/recorded version. During the summer before third year, Wayne mentions ''Film/FreeWilly'' in his letter to Megan and Oliver. Much later during the seventh year, part of ''Creator/MichaelJackson'''s ''Music/MichaelJackson'''s "Will You Be There" (the theme from ''Free Willy'') plays right after Wayne yells, "Puffs Emergency Formation #10!" and the Puffs gather together to defeat a creature. Wayne's Patronus/"Expectation Animal", a killer whale, then appears in the background.



** From the third year onward, everyone keeps saying that J. Finch-Fletchley, who didn't appear in any of the movies after the second (aside from his name being on the "Dumbledore's Army" parchment), is "imaginary".

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** From the third year onward, everyone keeps saying that J. Finch-Fletchley, who didn't appear in any of the movies after the second (aside from his name being on the "Dumbledore's Army" parchment), parchment in the fifth movie), is "imaginary".


* BreakingtheFourthWall: Much of the Narrator's dialogue is delivered this way.

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* BreakingtheFourthWall: BreakingTheFourthWall: Much of the Narrator's dialogue is delivered this way.



* ChekhovsGag: Happens at least in the original/recorded version. During the summer before third year, Wayne mentions ''Film/FreeWilly'' in his letter to Megan and Oliver. Much later during the seventh year, part of ''Creator/MichaelJackson'''s "Will You Be There" (the theme from ''Free Willy'') plays right after Wayne yells, "Puffs Emergency Formation #10!" and the Puffs gather together to defeat a creature. Wayne's Patronus/"Expectation Animal", a killer whale, then appears in the background.



* CovertPervert

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* CovertPervertCovertPervert:



* Improv: Utilized several times throughout the show. The most prominent example of this is Puff sports captain Zach Smith going on a long and bizarre monologue before team tryouts.

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* Improv: {{Improv}}: Utilized several times throughout the show. The most prominent example of this is Puff sports captain Zach Smith going on a long and bizarre monologue before team tryouts.



* IronicEcho: Early on, the Puffs' goal is "Third or nothing!" regarding the House Cup. After Wayne's attempt at an RousingSpeech in the seventh year, it becomes "First or nothing!" regarding taking down more bad guys than the Braves or Smarts.



* NarratorAllAlong: The Narrator, who has been on stage for much of the play, is revealed towards the end to actually be [[spoiler:Megan and Oliver's son, who then heads off to school and is sorted]].



* TakeThat: The play takes multiple jabs at the movie

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* ScoobyDoobyDoors: Done during the battle in seventh year after the Puffs decide to stay and fight.
* TakeThat: The play takes multiple jabs at the moviemovies:



** From the third year onward, everyone keeps saying that J. Finch-Fletchley, who didn't appear in any of the movies after the second (aside from his name being on the "Dumbledore's Army" parchment), is "imaginary".



** Voldemort's Death Eaters are referred to as Death Buddies.

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** Voldemort's Death Eaters are referred to as Death Buddies.Buddies.
** In the script, Wayne's Patronus is referred to as an "Expectation Animal".

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** The actor is allowed to say whatever he likes during this scene. Frequently, you can see other members of the cast onstage Corpsing to the monologue.


* {{Precision F-Strike}}: Oliver, after [[spoiler: Bipi the House Elf]] dies.

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* {{Precision F-Strike}}: PrecisionFStrike: Oliver, after [[spoiler: Bipi the House Elf]] dies.

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