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RosieKeane

Did no one realize that the whole plot behind the goblet of fire,  and the whole mystery of who entered Harry into the Triwizard competition could have been solved if there were simply security cameras in Hogwarts? Haha, that is just a thought. The whole mystery could have been avoided that way!

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Did no one realize that the whole plot behind the goblet of fire,  and the whole mystery of who entered Harry into the Triwizard competition could have been solved if there were simply security camera

If only muggle technology existed in the wizarding world, hahaha! 

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4 hours ago, RosieKeane said:

Did no one realize that the whole plot behind the goblet of fire,  and the whole mystery of who entered Harry into the Triwizard competition could have been solved if there were simply security cameras in Hogwarts? Haha, that is just a thought. The whole mystery could have been avoided that way!


Hermione sort of hinted on that didn't she when Harry suggested that he was being 'bugged', of course the Wizarding World wouldn't have Muggle things like that (as in CCTV). 

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22 hours ago, RosieKeane said:

Did no one realize that the whole plot behind the goblet of fire,  and the whole mystery of who entered Harry into the Triwizard competition could have been solved if there were simply security cameras in Hogwarts? Haha, that is just a thought. The whole mystery could have been avoided that way!

If only muggle technology existed in the wizarding world, hahaha! :default_biggrin:

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