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  1. Caitlin Wiser
    Caitlin Wiser at |

    No! Hermione and Ron forever!

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  2. CBomb
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    Very well written article. Being a fan of the books (yes, 35 and still a fan) I appreciate the knowledge that I didn’t have before.

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    1. Shell Harris
      Shell Harris at |

      Thanks for the kind words and we are glad you enjoyed it.

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  3. Joe
    Joe at |

    Which “First Wizarding War” do you speak of? The one with Voldemort happened primarily during the 1970s; the one with Grindelwald (who was defeated by Dumbledore after many years of hand-wringing) was during World War II.

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    1. Jane
      Jane at |

      Yes, I agree with this! If Harry’s parents died in the “war” against Voldemort, this cannot be the war referred to in the article. His parents didn’t die that long ago!
      It must be the Grindelwald one, to make it fit in with our WWII.

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  4. Selma
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    Number 3 on the list makes no sense as according to the books Tom Riddle finished Hogwarts in 1945, and then work a few years until he killed Hepzibah Smith. He the vanished for ten years so world war 2 was long over when he started declaring war in 1970. The war against Grindelwald was at the same time as world war 2. Though it can be that I misunderstood your post and that you were thinking of Grindelwald all along, if so please specify as it can be easily misinterpreted.

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  5. Joe
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    My favorite Easter Egg from the Harry Potter series: if you read closely, JKR gave away every single location of the horcruxes from book seven and even had Harry handling a couple of them before he knew what they were.

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  6. Her ions
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    Be sure to check out the song harry potter in 99 seconds very catchy and clever

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  7. Jane
    Jane at |

    No 2. It’s MARVOLO not MARVELO!! Come on, you’re supposed to be HP fans!!
    No really, I enjoyed this article and found it very interesting – I’m just a stickler for precision!

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