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    If you know about centaurs (it's possible most of the older readers who studied up on Greek mythology do), then you'll know what happens to Umbridge when they take her away. For those who don't, in mythology, centaurs are known to rape women. Which actually makes the one centaur professor a little creepy... now that I think about it. (Then again, he was exiled for something, and as Professor Dumbledore personally hired him, he was probably a good, intellectual centaur who knew how to control his urges.)
    Rape? That's pretty bad 0_o I don't know much about it but it sounds bad . I don't really like sexual references in anything so I hope it is a coincidence. But I still don't feel sorry for umbridge LOL. I don't want a shipping war here lol. I say lol too much lol lol lololtrololo. I really liked Harry's relationship with cho , it was so sweet! I dont really think hermione liked harry love-wise , but they're still best friends! Ginny is in the books a lot more than in the movies, so you really have to read the books to understand their relationship .
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    Quote Originally Posted by leafgreen5050 View Post
    I really liked Harry's relationship with cho , it was so sweet! I dont really think hermione liked harry love-wise , but they're still best friends! Ginny is in the books a lot more than in the movies, so you really have to read the books to understand their relationship .
    I hated the Harry/Cho fling. It was superficial and we all knew it wouldn't last. I think I like Harry with Ginny more and that is saying something. The only significant thing I can remember about Ginny from the books is that Harry saw her with Dean and it pissed him off. She didn't do much of anything, books or movies.
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    While it is very reminiscent of a lot of journey trainer fics, it held my attention. It stands out among a lot of the other fics I've read lately and I'm excited to continue the story.

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    Exciting!

    I can't wait to see how this turns out. I'm all for returning to the world she created, even without the characters from the main novels. I haven't read Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (only The Tales of Beedle the Bard in terms of spin-offs), so I don't know much about it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Eleventh View Post
    Exciting!

    I can't wait to see how this turns out. I'm all for returning to the world she created, even without the characters from the main novels. I haven't read Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (only The Tales of Beedle the Bard in terms of spin-offs), so I don't know much about it.
    Ehh, after reading The Tales of Beedle the Bard and not actually liking it, I'm a bit skeptical about having a movie, or at least a series of movies based off of how a book on magical creatures came to be. Then again, I just now found out the book was actually published, so I haven't read it either. But after being disappointed by the wizard world's take on fairy tales, as much as I like mythical creatures and I'm sure it's a fascinating read, I'm not sure if I'd like to watch such a thing.

    I dunno, maybe with the right direction the movie could be amazing, but I can't really see it doing as well as the main Harry Potter series. Because unless "Harry Potter" is attached to it, only the fandom would catch on, and I don't think that's enough to garner a big audience. *shrugs* Also, it's interesting how comments are disabled for that particular article. Wonder why they did that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kutie Pie View Post
    Ehh, after reading The Tales of Beedle the Bard and not actually liking it, I'm a bit skeptical about having a movie, or at least a series of movies based off of how a book on magical creatures came to be. Then again, I just now found out the book was actually published, so I haven't read it either. But after being disappointed by the wizard world's take on fairy tales, as much as I like mythical creatures and I'm sure it's a fascinating read, I'm not sure if I'd like to watch such a thing.

    I dunno, maybe with the right direction the movie could be amazing, but I can't really see it doing as well as the main Harry Potter series. Because unless "Harry Potter" is attached to it, only the fandom would catch on, and I don't think that's enough to garner a big audience. *shrugs* Also, it's interesting how comments are disabled for that particular article. Wonder why they did that.
    Yeah, I won't deny that I can see it being rather average, though it also has the potential to be thrilling. I hope it works.

    Comments have been disabled on SFX for the past month or two, so it's nothing to do with the material of the article. :P

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    Eww, I liked that spin-off book but I don't think it would make a good movie. It actually seems really random for them to cling to Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them. I mean it's not even that well known to begin with; I don't even know anyone aside from myself in my whole town who even owns a copy of the book. And even if it's got Harry Potter in the title, I doubt the movie will be well-received.

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    Hmm... this seems like sort of an odd idea to turn into a film. I can't particularly see this doing well, despite the original book being an interesting read.

    I would much have actually much preferred a film adaptation of Quidditch Through the Ages.
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    Quote Originally Posted by deathseer View Post
    Summed that up perfectly. I guess that's why I never liked her too much. She just seemed like some Mary Sue character that was uber perfect. With a cast of diverse and deep character, she just seemed so boring and paper thin compared to the rest.
    Even though I don't like Ginny, I see what Rowling was trying to do with her. At first she had a crush on him and blushed alot around him and was always quiet. Then she pulls herself together and acts as herself around him, and he notices, therefore giving the message out that "If you want someone to notice you, just be yourself."

    Quote Originally Posted by leafgreen5050 View Post
    Ginny is in the books a lot more than in the movies, so you really have to read the books to understand their relationship .
    I've read the books half a dozen times over and I still don't get their relationship. It didn't help that Love Potions were properly introduced near the start of book six. That, coupled with the fact that Harry's fancying of Ginny came out of nowhere (IMO, at least) led me to go through go through my first reading of book 6 fully expecting it to be revealed that Harry was under a love potion. Then I found out that the weird raging-monster-in-his-chest thing was actually the way that Rowling had chosen to describe love.
    To me, it always felt like she had spent a lot of time spouting that Harry's true power is love and then realised that for the most part he doesn't have a clue what love actually is, and so used a crowbar to wedge it in.
    Also, he looks like his father and she looks like his mother, both of whom died when he was a baby. That's creepy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sprinter1988 View Post
    Also, he looks like his father and she looks like his mother, both of whom died when he was a baby. That's creepy.
    Isn't there a saying that states you end up marrying someone who's like one of your parents? I might be misstating it, but I'm pretty sure that's what it is xD.

    But yeah, I never really did understand Ginny and Harry's relationship either. I knew he was developing a crush toward her at least in the fifth book (might've been earlier), but for whatever reason I dunno. I do remember that Ron was very weirded out by it, though. Probably because they were best friends, he wasn't as overprotective of Ginny when it came to Harry unlike other boys she was dating with (like the aforementioned Dean, completely forgot about him xD).

    I just remembered that in the books, I do recall seeing a hint of Ron having a crush on Hermione in the fourth book when she was going out with Viktor Krum. It was most noticeable with the Yule Ball chapter, though it was covered up with the infatuation with Fleur, so... yeah.
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    I agree, I don't think anywhere before the 5th book did Harry and Ginny ever start to de olp feelings and this throwing us off that they would end up together though as being the chosen one I'm surprised there weren't more girls competing for him imo lol



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    Quote Originally Posted by kamoarc119 View Post
    I agree, I don't think anywhere before the 5th book did Harry and Ginny ever start to de olp feelings and this throwing us off that they would end up together though as being the chosen one I'm surprised there weren't more girls competing for him imo lol
    I think for the first few books there were girls infatuated with Harry (a couple of them may have still crushed on him throughout the story), but I'm sure by the time Harry got older and developed an actual reputation for himself, those kinds of infatuations died off. Even then, if I remember correctly, Harry either did speak out about it in some form or another, or he turned down a lot of girls. He may be a celebrity in the wizard world, but I do remember seeing less and less of his "The Boy Who Lived" title being used as he got older.
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    I thought it was funny that Harry was super famous when he first arrived at Hogwarts, but quickly became less and less popular. I mean even in the first book there was a time when a lot of people disliked him after he, Hermione and Neville lost a bunch of Gryffindor points, and if I remember correctly it wasn't just the Gryffindors who were mad; even the Ravenclaws and Hufflepuffs were upset because they wanted to see Slytherin dethroned. Then there was the Heir of Slytherin stuff in book two, the Triwizard Tournament in book four, and a bunch of other events that negatively impacted Harry's life at Hogwarts and it seemed like Harry lost his celebrity status quite quickly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charmed View Post
    I thought it was funny that Harry was super famous when he first arrived at Hogwarts, but quickly became less and less popular. I mean even in the first book there was a time when a lot of people disliked him after he, Hermione and Neville lost a bunch of Gryffindor points, and if I remember correctly it wasn't just the Gryffindors who were mad; even the Ravenclaws and Hufflepuffs were upset because they wanted to see Slytherin dethroned. Then there was the Heir of Slytherin stuff in book two, the Triwizard Tournament in book four, and a bunch of other events that negatively impacted Harry's life at Hogwarts and it seemed like Harry lost his celebrity status quite quickly.
    It all came after the events of book 5 when everyone now knew him as the "THe Chosen one". Read tthe tryouts chapter in book 6, alot of students wanted to be on the Quiddtich team since Harry was captain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kutie Pie View Post
    Isn't there a saying that states you end up marrying someone who's like one of your parents? I might be misstating it, but I'm pretty sure that's what it is xD.

    But yeah, I never really did understand Ginny and Harry's relationship either. I knew he was developing a crush toward her at least in the fifth book (might've been earlier), but for whatever reason I dunno. I do remember that Ron was very weirded out by it, though. Probably because they were best friends, he wasn't as overprotective of Ginny when it came to Harry unlike other boys she was dating with (like the aforementioned Dean, completely forgot about him xD).

    I just remembered that in the books, I do recall seeing a hint of Ron having a crush on Hermione in the fourth book when she was going out with Viktor Krum. It was most noticeable with the Yule Ball chapter, though it was covered up with the infatuation with Fleur, so... yeah.
    I think that the parent thing might be more personality than looks, but then Harry couldn't choose someone like his mum as he never knew her, and it doesn't really work in the same way when you're told about it.

    I never noticed a developing crush towards her in the fifth book. They could talk to each other by then, but that's about it.

    Yeah, Ron did have a little crush on Hermione in the fourth book, though it's beyond me why she returned his feelings. I know that opposites can attract, but they really are just too different IMO.

    To be honest, I think that the first four books are my favourites, the fifth one I am pretty much indifferent to (though I can't read it without getting very angry on Harry's part as literally everyone lets him down multiple times and seemingly just expect him to be okay with it), the sixth and seventh, I just don't know. In those ones it seemed like all the progression the characters had made, Harry and Hermione in particular, just ground to a halt.
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    Yeah, plus the fact he waa alwats busyvtrting to stop some horrible event from happening so girls were out of the question usually lol I wish they would have had more quidditch matches throughout the later books because it was a really cool sport you could follow and what not.



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    Quote Originally Posted by kamoarc119 View Post
    Yeah, plus the fact he waa alwats busyvtrting to stop some horrible event from happening so girls were out of the question usually lol I wish they would have had more quidditch matches throughout the later books because it was a really cool sport you could follow and what not.
    I know Quidditch was supposed to be some innovative, creative thing on Rowling's part, but I hated it. I just found all the matches to be the same/boring. Probably because I don't care about sports in general lol. I'm glad Rowling stopped focusing on Quidditch matches as the series progressed.

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    Quidditch had its moments of greatness and dullness. It felt its freshest in the first book, honestly, if only because it was new to us the first time through, then it did get dull reading about it. (At least we only had one chapter dedicated to it throughout the entire series, except for technically the Quidditch World Cup in the fourth book.) But it's a nice way to look into the wizard world in way of sports (though I wish we saw other wizard sports). I enjoyed the snarky/wandering comments from Lee Jordon. It's a shame we didn't get that in the movies.

    Speaking of stuff that wasn't in the movies, they didn't have de-gnoming in the second movie . I enjoyed that in the book, I thought it was funny.
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    O man I love the HP series! I own all the books and I used to own some of the movies but I lost the Dvds. But yeah I used to go to the midnight release for some of the books and I remember waiting in line eagerly just to be the first one in my town to have a copy of the newest HP book. Good times.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charmed View Post
    I know Quidditch was supposed to be some innovative, creative thing on Rowling's part, but I hated it. I just found all the matches to be the same/boring. Probably because I don't care about sports in general lol. I'm glad Rowling stopped focusing on Quidditch matches as the series progressed.
    Quidditch seemed great to me at first, but recently I realised that all positions apart from the seeker are pretty much redundant. The game doesn't end until one seeker catches the snitch, which is worth 150 points. That means that your team can be fourteen goals ahead and still loose in the end. (And let's face it, if your team is loosing by fourteen goals, your team really doesn't deserve to win!) Except in extreme circumstances, like the World Cup in the books, the seeker who catches the snitch wins the game. No one else is important, except maybe the beaters because they can knock the other team's seeker off of their broom.

    I read recently that Rowling admitted that she created the rules for Quidditch after an arguement with her then boyfriend, and created the position of seeker and their score for catching the snitch purely because she felt that such a disproportionate number of points would frustrate men.
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    One of the biggest annoyances for me in the seires was how much time was taken up by Quidditch in the sixth book. Harry knows by then that the fate of the world is in his hands, Dumbledore is giving him lessons on Voldemort's past and has asked him to get a memory from Slughorn, and yet Harry spents forty percent of his time worrying about Quidditch (the rest of the time is spent worrying about Voldemort and pining over Ginny).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sprinter1988 View Post
    One of the biggest annoyances for me in the seires was how much time was taken up by Quidditch in the sixth book. Harry knows by then that the fate of the world is in his hands, Dumbledore is giving him lessons on Voldemort's past and has asked him to get a memory from Slughorn, and yet Harry spents forty percent of his time worrying about Quidditch (the rest of the time is spent worrying about Voldemort and pining over Ginny).
    (I don't remember a lot of Quidditch in the sixth book xD.)

    Well, Harry was sixteen in that book (personally, Harry's angst in the fifth book was more annoying, as justifiable as it is considering what happened in Goblet of Fire). He probably didn't really think how extremely serious everything was until he got hit with reality's bricks at the end. He was a teenager who fretted over his own life and what was going on with it, and not so much about what was going on in the outside world. I'm sure the other characters knew of this and were rather apprehensive with Harry for not taking it all seriously, especially after the events of Goblet of Fire. Though it's possible Harry was still suffering from the trauma of Goblet of Fire, so he needed another way to escape, and next to Hogwarts, he loves Quidditch. So... he plays Qudditch for temporary happiness.

    My personal guess, anyway.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FluffyMeowth View Post
    O man I love the HP series! I own all the books and I used to own some of the movies but I lost the Dvds. But yeah I used to go to the midnight release for some of the books and I remember waiting in line eagerly just to be the first one in my town to have a copy of the newest HP book. Good times.
    I went to the Deathly Hallows midnight release at my local Barnes & Noble bookstore. I thought it would be a fun experience but all we did was wait in line outside. It's funny though because my mom went to Walmart the following morning and she told me that they had the book in stock already. So I could've saved myself the trouble of standing in line all night if I had waited until the morning to get the book. But I guess it was still worth it since I got to read the first couple of chapters that night.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sprinter1988 View Post
    Quidditch seemed great to me at first, but recently I realised that all positions apart from the seeker are pretty much redundant. The game doesn't end until one seeker catches the snitch, which is worth 150 points. That means that your team can be fourteen goals ahead and still loose in the end. (And let's face it, if your team is loosing by fourteen goals, your team really doesn't deserve to win!) Except in extreme circumstances, like the World Cup in the books, the seeker who catches the snitch wins the game. No one else is important, except maybe the beaters because they can knock the other team's seeker off of their broom.
    That's why all the other positions are important. If you have a good Keeper that can stop the opposite team from scoring and your Chasers are top notch, then you should be able to either keep the score even, or completely demolish them and keep them from winning, even with a Snitch catch. This is coming from a guy who played Muggle Quidditch in college. All positions are equally important.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kutie Pie View Post
    (I don't remember a lot of Quidditch in the sixth book xD.)

    Well, Harry was sixteen in that book (personally, Harry's angst in the fifth book was more annoying, as justifiable as it is considering what happened in Goblet of Fire). He probably didn't really think how extremely serious everything was until he got hit with reality's bricks at the end. He was a teenager who fretted over his own life and what was going on with it, and not so much about what was going on in the outside world. I'm sure the other characters knew of this and were rather apprehensive with Harry for not taking it all seriously, especially after the events of Goblet of Fire. Though it's possible Harry was still suffering from the trauma of Goblet of Fire, so he needed another way to escape, and next to Hogwarts, he loves Quidditch. So... he plays Qudditch for temporary happiness.

    My personal guess, anyway.
    Maybe. It still seems strange though. If I had a some mad bloke and his army of sychophants out to get me, I'd be training all the time to make sure I didn't get killed. Harry doesn't get any extra training in defence or in duelling. He doesn't even continue the D.A, another thing that he actually enjoyed as he felt like he was making a difference and maybe giving his friends a fighting chance. It's a strange thing that Harry facd of one of the biggest Dark Lords ever with only six years' worth the the standard Hogwarts curriculum for Defence Against the Dark Arts under his belt (and even that's debateable after Quirrel, Lockhart and Umbridge were done with the course). In fact, most of the spells Harry ever uses in battle are ones that Harry and Hermione chose for him to learn during the Tri-Wizard Tournement.

    Quote Originally Posted by Shadow Lucario View Post
    That's why all the other positions are important. If you have a good Keeper that can stop the opposite team from scoring and your Chasers are top notch, then you should be able to either keep the score even, or completely demolish them and keep them from winning, even with a Snitch catch. This is coming from a guy who played Muggle Quidditch in college. All positions are equally important.
    Maybe, but it sort of undermines the whole "team" aspect of it all, don't you think? Look at the Quidditch World Cup. Bulgaria faced Ireland in the final and their chasers and keeper were so bad that even with Krum catching the snitch they still lost. Has to make you wonder how much of their getting to the final was down to Krum carrying the team to victory all the time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sprinter1988 View Post
    Maybe, but it sort of undermines the whole "team" aspect of it all, don't you think? Look at the Quidditch World Cup. Bulgaria faced Ireland in the final and their chasers and keeper were so bad that even with Krum catching the snitch they still lost. Has to make you wonder how much of their getting to the final was down to Krum carrying the team to victory all the time.
    In a way yes. But I think the reason that it is worth so many points is because of how difficult it is to catch. You're looking for a golf ball sized object that moves faster than all hell. Not only that but you have to worry about Bludgers coming for your head. So if your Beaters can work in synch with your Seeker and don't let the other Seeker catch the Snitch, even if your Chasers and Keeper are decent you can still win as opposed to a onesided loss against a team with amazing Chasers and an outstanding Keeper. Sort of levels the field of both teams I suppose.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sidewinder
    While it is very reminiscent of a lot of journey trainer fics, it held my attention. It stands out among a lot of the other fics I've read lately and I'm excited to continue the story.

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