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Harry Potter 20 Questions?

post #1 of 2096
Thread Starter 
Okay, I'm having a lot of fun with the Lord of the Rings 20 questions game. The OP of that thread mentioned that she's playing a Harry Potter one else where.... so why not start one here. It sounds like fun to me. Anyone else wanna join?

Same rules apply, yes or no questions only, one question per post.
Person, Place or Thing.
Oh, and in order to simplify things... I declare that the term person applies to humans, part or pure, both muggles and magicians as well as including members of species that have 'near human intelligence' to quote Deloris Umbridge.
All 7 books are fair game.

Answers may be used only once.

Thus far we have done:
Dobby
Hermione's beaded purse
Dudley Dursley
a bezoar
The invisibility cloak
the mirror of Erised
whomping willow
Sirius' Flying Motorcycle
the Deluminator
The Lovegood Family home
Professor Moody's trunk
the love potion Amortentia
the vanishing cabinet
the golden snitch Harry caught in the first book
Narcissa Malfoy
the first sweater that Molly Weasley knit for Harry
Merope Gaunt
Olivander
bowtruckle
the toothpick the Durlsey's gave Harry
The 2-way mirror
The Daily Prophet
Puking pastilles
Ginny's Pygmy Puff, Arnold
Rita's Quick-Quotes Quill
Peeves the Poltergeist
Buckbeak
Harry's glasses
Madame Rosemerta
Ron's broken wand
Bathilda Bagshot
Harry's Firebolt
Griphook
the resurection stone
the chamber of secrets
Harry
Silver Sickles
Dumbledore's pensieve
Polyjuice Potion
Phinneas Nigellus Black
the marauder's map
Grawp
Mrs Norris
St Mungo's Hospital
Fidelius Charm
Madam Malkin the robe maker
Quidditch
Molly's clock
Riddle's Diary
Voldemort
Nurmengard
Igor Karkaroff
Canary Creams
Hedwig's cage
the Room of Requirement
Katie Bell
Mundungus Fletcher
Percy's head boy badge
The Veela at the World Cup
Piers Polkiss
Marge Dursley
the Horcrux Cave
Xenophilius Lovegood's Erumpent horn
Extendable Ears
Howlers
Voldemort's Dad (Tom Riddle Sr.)
the clothes Hermione made for the house elves
the half-blood prince's potions text
Ronald Weasley


I'm thinking of something.... Go!
post #2 of 2096
Is it an animal?
post #3 of 2096
Thread Starter 
Is it an animal? if you're using a 'scientific' definition of animal, yes, a 'colloquial' one, not necessarily.
post #4 of 2096
could it be a cenetaur?
post #5 of 2096
Thread Starter 
1. Is it an animal? if you're using a 'scientific' definition of animal, yes, a 'colloquial' one, no.
2. could it be a cenetaur? no.
post #6 of 2096
does it eat meat?
post #7 of 2096
Thread Starter 
1. Is it an animal? if you're using a 'scientific' definition of animal, yes, a 'colloquial' one, no.
2. could it be a centaur? no.
3. does it eat meat? so far as I know it does.
post #8 of 2096
so that rules out the Flobberworm
post #9 of 2096
Can it change it's form?
post #10 of 2096
Is it Hedwig?
post #11 of 2096
Thread Starter 
1. Is it an animal? if you're using a 'scientific' definition of animal, yes, a 'colloquial' one, no.
2. could it be a centaur? no.
3. does it eat meat? so far as I know it does.
4. Can it change it's form? no
5. Is it Hedwig? Good guess, but no.
post #12 of 2096
Is it specific to the magical world?
post #13 of 2096
Thread Starter 
1. Is it an animal? if you're using a 'scientific' definition of animal, yes, a 'colloquial' one, no.
2. could it be a centaur? no.
3. does it eat meat? so far as I know it does.
4. Can it change it's form? no
5. Is it Hedwig? Good guess, but no.
6. Is it specific to the magical world? yes
post #14 of 2096
Does it appear in the first book?
post #15 of 2096
is it a Hippogriff?

Kiz
post #16 of 2096
Thread Starter 
7. Does it appear in the first book? No
8. is it a Hippogriff? No
post #17 of 2096
Does it appear in one of Hagrid's classes?
post #18 of 2096
Thread Starter 
I want to further clarify my first answer, there seems to be some confusion. It is not what would normally in every day conversation be referred to as an animal, but, if it existed in the real world, it would be considered part of the 'animal kingdom' by science.
post #19 of 2096
a thestrial
post #20 of 2096
Thread Starter 
9. Does it appear in one of Hagrid's classes? no
10. a thestrial? no

HINT: This individual is a member of a species that Deloris Umbridge might (though she did not do so directly in the books) refer to as being of 'near human intelligence'.
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