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You WILL Fail This 20 Question ‘Harry Potter’ Quiz – MagiQuiz - Hilariously Illuminating Quizzes

You’re A Wizard, Harry! Did you just read that in Hagrid’s voice? Are you a true fan of Harry Potter? Well, if you are, then do you know your Hogwarts houses? Do you think you can ace this Harry Potter quiz based on spells? Tell us! Oh, and do you think you’ll be able to ace this Harry Potter quiz? Did you just read all of that in your head with a British accent? Well, I really hope that you said “yes” to all of those questions! So, how much do you know about the boy who lived? Well, here’s…

J.K. Rowling writes new Harry Potter tale for Halloween

J.K. Rowling is serving up a special Halloween dose of Harry Potter for her die-hard fans, this time in the form of a profile of one of the most malicious characters in the Harry Potter universe. The story comes from Pottermore.com, the online home for the world of Harry Potter, which shared her latest story exclusively with TODAY.com.Read previous writings from Rowling shared exclusively with TO

Harry at Ollivanders wand shop.

The family of Ollivander has long been associated with the mysterious profession of wandcraft. It is said that the name means ‘he who owns the olive wand’, which suggests that the original Ollivander arrived in Britain from a Mediterranean country (olive trees not being native to the UK). Mr Ollivander himself believes that his earliest forebears in this country arrived with the Romans, and set up stall (subsequently shop) to sell to ancient British wizards whose wands were crude of…

Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry | Harry Potter Wiki | Fandom

Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, often shortened to Hogwarts, was a Scottish wizarding school located in the Scottish Highlands. It accepted any magical student residing in the islands of Great Britain and Ireland at the age of eleven years old at the start of the incoming term for enrolment. It was a state-owned school, funded by the British Ministry of Magic. The precise location of the school could never be uncovered because it was rendered Unplottable. To Muggles, the school…

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