Draco Malfoy - Wikipedia

I am back with some more facts about the one and only Draco Malfoy:

  1. He Is A Gifted Occlumens.
  2. He Learnt The Unforgivable Curses.
  3. He Is Supposedly One Of The Only Death Eaters Who Can Love
  4. We are not a sure if he did have a dark mark or not: In the the film adaptation of Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, Draco Malfoy openly displays his Dark Mark to Albus Dumbledore. In the novel, it is not verified that Draco received the Mark, though it was highly speculated by Harry Potter that it was what Draco showed Borgin as a form of intimidation.
  5. He Was An Extremely Intelligent Student
  6. He Was Supposed To Get Along With Harry: Draco and Harry were supposed to get along. According to Pottermore, Draco’s birthday is June 5, which makes him a Gemini. Meanwhile, Harry’s birthday is July 31, which makes him a Leo. For more info you can view my post about HP character birthdays here. These two star signs are meant to get along with one another and are even able to become close friends.

I’ll be back with more facts next time!

A Few Thoughts

Hey people what’s up(please don’t tell me sky, I am sick of that rubbish)

Anyway, I was thinking, since I looove thinking and when I put my mind to it I figured a few things as per logic, tell me what you think of these rubbish logics.

Sunshine daisies butter mellow,turn that stupid fat rat yellow!

This spell was one which Fred and George told Ron, as we know they are the best pranksters in the history of pranksters, we can’t be sure if it’s a real one but if we think clearly what if it didn’t work on Scabbers because it was Peter Pettigrew who was an animagus not a real rt.

Voldemort could have easily been a ghost.

Correct me if I am wrong(my mind is full of notes for exams), but if we think clearly Voldemort didn’t want to die, so in a way along with seeking power, he was maybe(in my opinion) scared of death, maybe if Voldemort hadn’t split his soul he could have become a ghost, or even with splitting his soul, why didn’t he become one?

These are all my thoughts not facts, please feel free to correct me in the comments and I appreciate constructive criticism.


Nagini was a female Maledictus (Maledictus is a female individual who carries a blood curse that eventually turns her into a beast permanently. The curse is carried from birth and passed down from mother to daughter. The beast ultimately transformed into can vary based on the curse).Originating possibly in Indonesia by 1927 she was a performer at the Circus Arcanus where she met Credence Barebone and had the ability then to transform at will. By 1994, she was seemingly trapped in snake form and belonged to Lord Voldemort, with whom she had a special bond largely due to becoming his Horcrux and him being a parsletongue after her master had killed Bertha Jonkins in 1994.

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Professor Filius Flitwick

Because sometimes you just need someone who is genuinely nice.

First and foremost, Filius Flitwick was an educator. His long-term tenure, going back at least as far as the time when Severus Snape and James Potter were pupils, was distinguished by a love of knowledge and a desire to pass on his considerable skill to generations of Hogwarts students. Although often portrayed as a loveable, harmless character, Flitwick was an incredibly important asset to the stories. And here is exactly why.

He genuinely seemed to love his job

He was so excited about teaching Harry Potter he audibly squeaked when he first read the young wizard’s name on the register. Indeed, he went on to teach Potter’s class the very Summoning Charm that enabled the Boy Who Lived to win the first of his Triwizard Tournament tasks. He also rather wonderfully taught students how to turn vinegar into wine, and the Cheering Charm (which exists simply to make people happy). He also taught the Banishing Charm, and even though hapless Neville Longbottom misfired and flung the diminutive master across the room, Flitwick took it with customary patience and good grace.

As well as indulging less-gifted pupils – preferring to set extra homework over punitive detentions – Flitwick always made a special point of rewarding good performance with warm words. ‘Oh, well done!’ he gushed when Hermione mastered the relatively elementary levitation charm. ‘Everyone see here, Miss Granger’s done it!’

This friendly approach is a marked contrast with more serious teachers such as Severus Snape or Minerva McGonagall. As head of Ravenclaw house, Flitwick was known to always have his door open to any of his charges who found school life tough. When Hermione was feeling blue about her exam performance Flitwick was more than happy to cheer her up with the news that not only had she passed – she’d scored an impressive 112 per cent. As Fred Weasley once observed: ‘Old Flitwick… usually gets everyone through their exams all right.’ Not half.

He just made Hogwarts a lovely place

His cheery demeanour was also expressed in creativity. At Christmas he delighted in making decorations, even enlisting live fairies into the festive fun. He also didn’t mind letting his students play a few cheeky games in his lesson before the Yule Ball. In fact, no matter what his students were up to, Flitwick always has an appreciation of great skill. For instance, when Fred and George Weasley flounced out of Hogwarts leaving a Portable Swamp in a corridor, Filius Flitwick took care to preserve a small puddle when charged to remove it, just because it was a ‘really good bit of magic’.

But he’s no pushover

But don’t be fooled into thinking the Charms master was a soft touch – when it came to defending Hogwarts, he was ruthless.

On the most subtle level, when Dolores Umbridge took over as headmistress he continued teaching to his usual impeccable standard – again, Flitwick was an educator above all else. But when Fred and George set off fireworks in his classroom, the sneaky head of Ravenclaw preferred to let Umbridge waste her time extinguishing them, even though he was perfectly capable himself.

As the final showdown with the Death Eaters approached Flitwick used his considerable talents to cast a series of intricate protective spells (including Protego horribilis).

When the castle was fearfully anticipating the recently escaped Sirius Black paying a visit, Flitwick helped secure the premises by teaching the oak front doors to recognise a picture of the Azkaban escapee.

When he awoke after being Stupefied by Snape he rushed straight back to work. In the climactic final skirmish, the former duelling champion took down Antonin Dolohov – some feat, as Dolohov had already bested the formidable Alastor Moody, and killed Remus Lupin.

In sum, the avuncular professor exemplified the virtues of diligence, creativity and committed defence of the school. So let’s raise a glass of his preferred tipple – the appropriately eccentric ‘cherry syrup and soda with ice and umbrella’ – to Filius Flitwick.

Source: Pottermore

Extra Facts:

  • He lead the Frog Choir.
  • He may seem short and sweet, but don’t underestimate him: Charms Professor Filius Flitwick is a Master Duelist. After graduating Hogwarts, he became quite the wizard, specializing in defensive spells and charms. He even earned the title “Dueling Champion,” proving that power comes in all shapes and sizes.
  • He lead the Frog Choir.
  • He may seem short and sweet, but don’t underestimate him: Charms Professor Filius Flitwick is a Master Duelist. After graduating Hogwarts, he became quite the wizard, specializing in defensive spells and charms. He even earned the title “Dueling Champion,” proving that power comes in all shapes and sizes.

Leaky Cauldron

The Leaky Cauldron pre-dates Muggle Charing Cross Road. When the road was to be built, the magical community performed Memory Charms on the Muggle builders – protecting the Leaky Cauldron.

The pub was built by Daisy Dodderidge, the first landlady, in the early 1500s “to serve as a gateway between the non-wizarding world and Diagon Alley.” It had a bar, several private parlour rooms, and a large dining room.

To Muggles, the pub appears to be a broken-down old shop front on Charing Cross Road. This, however, was not the case prior to the imposition of the  Statue of Secrecy and, in fact, prior to this, Muggle visitors were neither turned away, nor made to feel unwelcome.

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Harry Potter Theories

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Here is my favorite (and JKR’s one of her favorites) theory here it goes:

Dumbledore is Death

In the Deathly Hallows, we hear a story within a story: “The Tale of the Three Brothers,” centered on the myth of the Peverell siblings. In the tale, each of the three magical brothers attempts to cheat Death of his due in various ways. Many fans have compared each of the three brothers to the story arcs of Voldemort, Snape, and Harry. Voldemort echoes the story of the eldest brother, who believes he can defeat Death with massive magical power but eventually fails because of his own hubris. Snape represents the middle brother, who is consumed by his grief over a lost love, Lily Potter. Finally, the youngest brother is a representation of Harry, who manages to hide from Death for a long time before willingly going with him and embracing his own demise. In many ways, Dumbledore can be seen as representing Death from the fable. He possessed all three Deathly Hallows at one point, gave Harry the invisibility cloak of the youngest Peverell brother, was at least partially responsible for the demise of both Voldemort and Snape, and is the character who greets Harry when he “dies” and goes to King’s Cross station. While we’ll probably never get an actual confirmation of the theory, Rowling herself has gone so far as to say that it is her favorite theory of all time and that “It’s a beautiful theory and it fits.”

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Umbridge-itis was an illness feigned by many Hogwarts students during the 1995–1996 school year.
Provoked by: Dolores Umbridge

In retaliation for the new Headmistress, Dolores Umbridge’s tyrannical rule, the students used the Skiving Snackboxes sold by Fred and George Weasley to create temporary illnesses, with symptoms such as fainting, vomiting, developing dangerous fevers, or spurting blood from both nostrils. The illness can be traced back to Fred and George Weasley, the progenitors of the Snackboxes and who encouraged the students to rebel against Umbridge.

These massive waves of illnesses led Umbridge to scream and shriek with rage upon entering the classroom. Despite her efforts to trace down the source, the students stubbornly told her they were suffering from “Umbridge-itis”. Taking it as an insult, she put four successive classes in detention. But after she failed to discover their secrets, the headmistress was forced to allow the students to leave in droves.

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150!! Oh and Ginny Weasley

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Yessssss! I got 150 followers its soo amazing, it made my day.

Ginevra Molly Weasley

  • Bonnie Wright Had No Experience In Acting When She Landed The Role Of Ginny Weasley.
  • Ginny’s Patronus Is A Horse.
  • Bonnie Wright Had To Wear Hot Water Bottles In The Chamber Of Secrets.
  • She’s The Best At The Bat-Bogey Hex.
  • Bonnie Wright Thinks Ginny Would Have Been Just Fine Without Harry.
  • Bonnie Wright’s Brother Thought She Fit The Part.
  • Ginny Played Quidditch Professionally.
  • J.K. Rowling Tried To Show Comparison Between Ginny And Other Girls At Hogwarts so that she could give a hint to her readers that they will end up together.
  • Bonnie Wright Was Sorted Into Gryffindor Just Like Ginny.
  • Ginny Is Gifted Because She Is The 7th, for more info check this out.
  • Ginny And Voldemort’s Wands Share The Same Wood, bet you didn’t see that coming.
  • Bonnie Wright’s Favorite Ginny Quote Is “Good Luck”.

Once again, thank you so much for 150 followers.

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