(#) Hufflepuff_Ice_Queen 2017-07-10Wait really? I never noticed that! Umm maybe JK was just reminding us of her love of the #? I always wondered if maybe Harry's magic was a bit blocked by the horcrucx . Because if he can blow up his aunt, why can't he make perfect transfigurations and stuff?
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(#) Hufflepuff_Ice_Queen 2017-07-15I think one of the suggestions that they had peter maybe transform and report back to them or maybe cast spells to reveal the magical ward outline could work. And as for the students, they probably snuck into Dumbledore's office and copied the registry to show any person ever that attended hog warts to show up. But it sounds like it was really complex spell work .
- Seven is a 'lucky' number, some would say. And didn't Voldemort fragment his soul into about seven pieces too? Maybe the number seven is a bit more meaningful than I'm aware of.
How did the Marauders create the map? Magic, lol.
I don't think I'm good enough for any of the Harry Potter characters.
Hmm... I'm missing a question, aren't I?
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(#) ssdarkano2 2017-11-302. I assume that the map has to be tied to the wards of the castle somehow. I figure that between a genius like Moony is supposed to be and two old family purebloods they'd have been able to find ways to tap into the wards.
5. I'd prevent the death of James Potter. Think about it, Voldemort stuns him thinking he can execute him in public for the blow to morality it would be. Voldie dies upstairs anyway and James wakes up to find his wife dead and his son has just been marked for a prophecy. It would change just about everything. I mean really, the brains, power and ruthlessness of the Marauders all united to protect Harry. Heck, they might kill Voldemort off completely before Harry even starts Hogwarts.
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