It Really Bothers Me…

Do you know what really bothers me? The fact that Harry could have saved his beloved godfather, Sirius.

How, you ask me? Well, it’s simple. Remember the mirror Sirius gave Harry?

Sirius had given it to him just inside the front door of number twelve Grimmauld Place. `Use it if you need me, all right?’ Harry sank down on to his bed and unwrapped the package. Out fell a small, square mirror.

– Chapter 38, The Second War Begins

And remember how Hermione persuaded Harry to check if Sirius was at his house to see if he really was in the Department of Mysteries?

‘Please let’s just check that Sirius isn’t at home before we go charging off to London. If we find out he’s not there, then I swear I won’t try to stop you.

– Chapter 32, Out of the Fire

So Harry went to check, and Kreacher lied to him, and then the whole mess started. But what Harry could have done was use the mirror and check if Sirius really was in the Department of Mysteries!

Yes, he might have been too angry to think, and yes, he hadn’t even opened it yet, but still! He should have thought about it at some point!

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Water?

Some of you might be wondering, doesn’t the spell Augumenti defy the first five Principal Exceptions to Gamp’s Law of Elemental Transfiguration?

Actually, water does not count as food. WATER IS NOT FOOD. 😀

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The Potion of Misery

A common question asked is:
Why didn’t Dumbledore just throw away the potion of misery in the cave with Voldemort’s horcrux instead of drinking it?

The answer lies in this sentence:

This potion cannot be pen-etrated by hand, Vanished, parted, scooped up, or siphoned away, nor can it be Transfigured, Charmed, or otherwise made to change its nature.

– Chapter 26, The Cave

This basically means you MUST drink it, and you cannot throw it out.

Another question: Why didn’t Harry just point his wand at Dumbledore’s mouth when Dumbledore asked for water?

Well, I suppose he was just to frightened to think of that…

There you are! What do you think about this? Post a comment below! 🙂

Why doesn’t Voldemort Have Hair?

Why doesn’t my brother have any hair? Well, you are about to find out right now!

Voldemort is part-snake. Just as snakes don’t have hair, Voldemort doesn’t have hair! Yes, when he was a little boy he had hair, but as he slowly started to change from a boy to something incredibly evil, his hair either fell off or disappeared.

And so, there you have it! The reason why my brother has absolutely no hair!

Do you have any other reasons? If you do, just post in the comments below! 😀

Another Flaw

Yes, I, Holdemort, have found yet another flaw in Harry Potter! This time, it is to do with Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hollows.

Now, we all know that food cannot be made from thin air even by wands, as Hermione has told us in Harry Potter 7,

‘You can’t produce food out of thin air,’ said Hermione. ‘No one can. Food is one of the first five Principal Exceptions to Gamp’s Law of Elemental Transfigur-‘

– Chapter 15, The Goblin’s Revenge

Well, you get the point. But, can anyone explain this?

Mrs. Weasley slammed a large copper saucepan down on the kitchen table and became to wave her wand around it inside. A creamy sauce poured from the wand tip as she stirred.

– Chapter 5, Weasleys’ Wizarding Wheezes

I know, you might be thinking, but how do you know that the creamy sauce is food?

But really, if the creamy sauce isn’t food, then what exactly is it?

So there you are, another flaw in Harry Potter!

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A Flaw!

You might be wondering, “What has a flaw? Not possibly Harry Potter!” Well, actually, yes, Harry Potter does have mistakes that I, Holdemort, found myself!

Now, all proper Harry Potter fans know that prefects cannot dock points from students. But, J.K Rowling shows that in Harry Potter and The Chamber of Secrets, prefects actually can dock points!

‘5 points from Gryffindor!’ Percy said tersely, fingering his prefect badge.

– Chapter 9, The Writing on the Wall

Right… but now, in Harry Potter and The Order of Phoenix, prefects suddenly can’t dock points anymore! Weird!

”Afraid I’m going to have to dock a few points from Gryffindor and Hufflepuff,’ he drawled.

‘It’s only teachers who can dock points from houses, Malfoy,’ said Ernie at once.

‘Yeah, we’re prefects, too, remember?’ snarled Ron

‘I know prefects can’t dock points, Weasel King,’ sneered Malfoy.

– Chapter 28, Snape’s Worst Memory

What…? But didn’t we believe prefects can dock points? Hmmm… Sorry, Joanne, but I’ve proved something wrong in your books, right?

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