Read More There is very little background information about the Scamander brothers or the war service of any other wizards in canon (WFT).
Therefore, we must depend on the books written about the making of the films and trust that the information in them was, at least, approved by JKR. Read More One of the lines from “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” that has always bothered me was Jacob Kowalski’s statement that “I only got back in ’24.” “From Europe…I was part of the Expeditionary Forces there.” The First World War ended in November 1918. Read More Though it is a charming bit of plot candy to throw out to eager Potterphiles, the mention of Professor Mc Gonagall in the latest film “Fantastic Beats: The Crimes of Grindelwald” has caused a tidal wave of reaction all out of proportion to the size of the scene. Read More UPDATE: I’ve now read the screenplay for the film and some interesting new details have been revealed. Read More After the Dark Mark appears in the sky on the night of the Quidditch World Cup, Barty Crouch releases Winky the house-elf from his service, and her unfair treatment draws Hermione’s sympathy and indignation.
Harry Potter has lived in the muggle world for a period of ten years and he still doesn’t realize the existence of magic.
This changes after he is enrolled in the Hogwarts School of wizardly & witchcraft. Not only is he suddenly casting spells, learning more on potions but he is also rescuing aby dragon.
However, in the narrative, the issue is complicated by the author as there seems to be a moral ambiguity.
Shortly after the Lexicon was created in 2000, the first essay appeared: The Limits of Magic by Caius Marcius.
Harry Potter is still the person who uncovers the plot to steal the Philosopher’s stone with his friends Ron and Hermione, they spoil the plot.
It is during this process that they face Lord Voldemort. The Philosopher’s stone is the key plot in the story.
However, they are all included in our collection as an archive of fan thinking and speculation during those exciting years.
You can find all those essays, plus new ones as they get published, listed here.