r/harrypotter • u/LieutenantStar2 • 6d ago
Discussion Happy Ravenclaw Pride Day! Galleons to Ravenclaws!
That’s all for this year - thanks for the fun everyone!
r/harrypotter • u/Reddit_Survivor9 • 10d ago
Discussion Just realized, when Hermione and Ron are seeing their children off to Hogwarts in 2017, it's already canon that she's the new Minister for Magic. And yet there she is, completely without any accompanying Aurors or aides, just being a normal mother dropping her kids off at school.
r/harrypotter • u/Goldenduck420 • 9d ago
Discussion This alternate ending was better
r/harrypotter • u/NoDespair • 24d ago
Discussion What's your favorite wand design?
r/harrypotter • u/saneeyemoody • 4d ago
Discussion What’s your unpopular ‘Harry Potter’ opinion?
Mine is that I want a 8th book. There I said it. I want MORE.
r/harrypotter • u/Appropriate-Fudge810 • 26d ago
Discussion if you were voldemort what would you have done differently?
r/harrypotter • u/pablo1905 • 4d ago
Discussion Why did Myrtle die but Colin didn’t?
Canonically Colin Creevey is saved from the Basilisk by watching it trough his camera’s rangefinder (Argus C3 Matchmatic), a rangefinder is just a slightly magnified piece of glass (as opposite to viewfinders that use mirrors) but Myrtle was wearing her glasses which are just a slightly magnified piece of glass why did she die but Colin didn’t?
Edit: if she took off her glasses why did the ghost have em?
Edit 2: I also just realised that Dumbledore tries to get the pictures by opening and exposing the film to light lol
r/harrypotter • u/LieutenantStar2 • 8d ago
Discussion Happy Slytherin Pride Day! Galleons for all Slytherins!
I think I got everyone - moving on to the next thread.
r/harrypotter • u/py16jthr • 3d ago
Discussion I’ve noticed J.K Rowling’s loves to use the words ‘calmly’ and ‘coolly’ with describing dialogue. What ‘Rowling-ism’s have you noticed in her writing style?
r/harrypotter • u/Krwb_2003 • 11d ago
Discussion Opinions? I whole heartedly agree that these party city looking costumes broke my heart when I watched GoF the first time after reading the books.
r/harrypotter • u/LieutenantStar2 • 7d ago
Discussion Happy Gryffindor Pride Day! Galleons to Gryffindors!
Move on over to the Ravenclaw pride post!
r/harrypotter • u/Minimum_Weakness4030 • 18d ago
Discussion You wake up and realize you're at Hogwarts in the Entrance Hall. Where is the FIRST place you would visit?
r/harrypotter • u/lolilololoko • 16d ago
Discussion imagine seeing these movies 😭
r/harrypotter • u/Katiucha • 10d ago
Discussion In what point in the story do you think that Ron and Hermione started to love each other?
r/harrypotter • u/CandieLuciani • 12d ago
Discussion Are you of the same opinion as me: the butterbeer always made me dream and gave desire in the films but I fear to taste it in real and to be disappointed
r/harrypotter • u/Alternative_Orange53 • 6d ago
Discussion How is Harry such a good seeker given that his eyesight is so bad?
Harry is one of the best seekers in recent wizarding history. He’s talented enough to get on the Gryffindor team and repeatedly catch the snitch in his first year, and plays well throughout the series.
He’s obviously a great flier, but the seeker’s job is to find the snitch, which is super small, and I would assume it’s difficult to see. However, Harry’s eyesight is very poor - Hermoine comments on it when she takes the polyjuice potion in DH.
How is it possible for Harry to be such a good seeker with such bad eyesight? Are sports glasses improved in the wizarding world? Does he have innate magical ability that helps him to find it? Or is his natural skill all there is to it? I’d like to hear everyone’s opinions :)
r/harrypotter • u/lolilololoko • 14d ago
Discussion character development 👏👏
r/harrypotter • u/the_quirky_ravenclaw • Feb 16 '23
Discussion Naturally, I am a books > movie fan, but there are some iconic moments added into the movies. What are your favourite movie specific lines/moments?
r/harrypotter • u/Pale_Message_4457 • 22d ago
Discussion What Is Something That The Movies Did Better Then The Books?
r/harrypotter • u/willbuck06 • Feb 25 '23
Discussion If you could drop one f bomb or curse word in Harry Potter where would it be?
r/harrypotter • u/CandieLuciani • 13d ago
Discussion One of the saddest scenes of the saga in my opinion
r/harrypotter • u/saneeyemoody • 5d ago
Discussion Why was Rodolphus Lestrange so irrelevant? Why even have Bellatrix be married if her husband was only going to be mentioned a handful of times
r/harrypotter • u/eh17368 • 7d ago
Discussion Who do you think is the luckiest character of this whole series?
r/harrypotter • u/Movie_Advance_101 • 23d ago