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yeah i just re-read HBP and i *think* he was performing occumency sp? i know your supposed to have eye contact but old snape was the best yk?
i think i also found a horocrux...
in OOTP when they are cleaning the find a locket (that won't open) and umm maybe old r.a.b. is sirius' brother reugulas black (i've read all the books over and over not one mention of his middle name: )
so here is another bet for me!
I suspect she has intentionally avoided writing much about them for some reason. I'm thinking that maybe Harry is the heir of Griffindor, in the same way that Voldemort is the heir of Slythrin. I suspect that this is the story of how the Hogwarts split comes to be healed. I may be way off base though.
Single mama to DD 10/18/03 and DS 9/15/05
|I'm just about finished rereading HBP, and I realized something. RAB (who I'm assuming is Serius' brother) would have had to have an accomplice to get the locket. It takes two people to get through all of the tasks to get to it... so who helped him?|
|There've been theories that it was Kreacher who helped Regulus. That explains Kreacher's insanity.|
Originally Posted by Mugglenet.com
This is a cat-like creature, although it has unusually large ears and a lion's tail. It is intelligent and can be aggressive, although if it is attracted to a witch or wizard it can be domesticated and kept as a pet. They are highly attuned to deception and can detect suspicious characters with some ease [FB]. Kneazles are known to interbreed with Muggle cats, and Hermione Granger's pet Crookshanks is such a crossbreed [JKR Website].
Does DD tell Harry he probably wouldn't measure in "magic" being underaged to get in the boat? Then isn't there something about a house elf not registering either? Am I making it up?
The above fits nicely with the thought below...hmm...I just reread HBP a couple of months ago, maybe I should rerereread it.
I think this has been touched on in The Mythical Beasts book. That Crookshanks is a cross breed between a cat and... well... a mythical beast that's in one of those supplementary books.
Ah yes... A kneazle.
Single mama to DD 10/18/03 and DS 9/15/05
AP Mom to 5
Ron: lives and marries Hermione
Hermione: lives and marries Ron. (He's not really worthy of her intellect, imo, but this has been coming for years.)
Lord Voldemort: dies
Snape: He will die, and I agree with pps who say he is neither good nor bad—just self serving. Either way, he will resent Harry to the bitter end, unless that prediction about Harry losing his wizarding powers in order to defeat Voldy comes true. In that case, Snape will just smirk (yet again) in self-righteousness. But I don't think he'll make it. He has no future as a character.
Dumbledore: I don't think we have the details in order to understand why he trusted Snape...
Hogwarts: Both. Book 7 will end with Ron & Hermione's wedding on the grounds of Hogwarts, reopened
Deaths: Arthur Weasley, Percy Weasley, Remus Lupin, Tonks.
More predictions: Petunia is a squib. Hence her jealousy of Lily. Something happens early on in Book Seven (Death Eater's come calling at 4 Privet Drive? or maybe the DE's go after Mrs. Figg, knowing that someone with rescuitis will come to Figg's defense). Harry valiantly tries to step in, but he has not finished his training and becomes incapacitated and loses his wand. Petunia uses Harry's wand to rescue him.
The giants play an important role in the final battle of good vs. evil.
DD is definitely dead. But he continues to play a significant role via his portraits.
Hermione is the new transfiguration professor. MacGonagol (sp?) is headmistress. Harry and Ron start their auror (sp? sorry— I'm doing these all on audiobook so the spellings lose me...)
Luna and Neville
There are more though and they are really interesting
There are the The 13 Hallows of Britain, which, it seems like she might have gotten a few ideas from them.
And Four Hallows of Ireland
I know! When I saw her picture I was thinking WTF, that doesn't look anything like JKR described her in the books. I may have to go back and read book 5 to see the discriptions (after I see the movie of course, the movies are never as good right after reading the book )
Haven't read the whole thread, but my predictions- go ahead, laugh.
Hermione- becomes an unwed mother to Ron's kid. Yes, even smart girls get pregnant.
Ron- claims "I am not the one" and comes out with an 80s style music video. Hermione then of course, files for magical support and gets 75%. (I did mention she was smarter, right?)
Harry: lives but becomes infatuated late in life with blimp shaped women and opens a chain of floating cake stores- where he meets said blimp shaped women
Of course, this is all after he kills Voldemort and saves the day.
Snape: eventually confesses that the whole back and forth evil/good thing was just to get the attention of Hermione- whom he follows around the world professing to be the "baby daddy" but then he has to go to that magical prison for magical stalking.
Hogwarts: reopens with a wing for magical students with children (Hermione donates some funds for that). Symbol to be announced. Seahorse maybe?
I think the chick in the tub knows much more about the horcruxes (and their locations) than we ever thought.. (moaning myrtle)
Dumbledore is the posthumus godfather to Hermione's baby. He visits said baby through the candy cards. (Chocolate frogs)
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