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    Kaede Smith
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  1. Gee that's a hard one! I'd want to learn them all for various reasons, but chose Reparos because then I wouldn't have to worry if I broke something 😂
  2. I think Ron said that? "They are supposed to be out of bed you blithering idiot!" (This quote is from DH movie, not sure about the book!)
  3. Neville is portrayed as a very forgetful child. He's always losing things and forgetting the password to the Gryffindor common room. When we first meet Neville it's hard to imagine why the Sorting Hat put him into Gryffindor in the first place. We know that Neville has been brought up by his grandmother, and we later find out this is because his parents were tortured into insanity with the Cruciatus curse, and they now live at St Mungo's hospital. Could Neville have had his memory wiped after the attack on his parents, making him forgetful? Another thing we know about Neville is that for years people in his family thought he was a squib, as he wasn't showing much magical abilities. I wonder if the effects of a memory charm could have caused this? We now know that magical children who have suffered trauma can suppress their magical powers, turning them into an Obscurial. This doesn't happen with Harry, as he didn't even know he was a wizard until he was 11. If Neville had witnessed his parents being tortured, it is possible he could have suppressed his magic, but I wonder if instead his grandmother put a memory charm on him (maybe similar to the one Hermione used on her parents?) to erase that memory. We know that Neville says his grandmother "cried" when he showed he was magical, at the age of 8, after being dropped from a window and bouncing, but could she have been crying not because she was happy that he was finally showing his magical powers, but because she was concerned that he might now be in danger? We don't know much about his grandmother, but we do know it was his Great Uncle who kept trying to make him do magic. This says to me that his grandmother wouldn't have minded if Neville had been a squib - and may possibly have been relieved that he was unable to do magic! Neville struggles with a lot of magic, and this is clearly seen at the DA meetings. Whilst this in itself might not mean he is under any sort of spell (I'm sure there were others who were not great at magic!) I do wonder whether a memory charm may play a big part in this. If he is under a spell, I wonder whether it is added every year when he returns home for the Summer - this could certainly explain why he's so forgetful! It's interesting that he became the Herbology teacher at Hogwarts. Whilst he's always been good at Herbology, you'd need a pretty good memory to be a teacher! I imagine if he had been under a memory charm that this had worn off by the time he was an adult, or that his grandmother no longer felt the need to keep the spell on him. In the end, Neville proves to be a true Gryffindor, and whether or not he's been under a spell doesn't really matter. He's s loyal, kind and brave guy who stands up for what is right and I would have been proud to have him as my friend!
  4. For me it's just fun to collect. I go through phases of collecting things. I used to have a collection of pens. And another collection of bottle caps! 🤷‍♀️😂
  5. Still recovering from a broken  bone. Will be more active once I'm better!

    1. Dumbledore


      You're more important, don't worry about us, we're not going anywhere. Hope you feel better soon. :default_yahoo:

    2. Elenwe Caleste

      Elenwe Caleste

      Get better soon!! take care <3 <3

  6. I'm not sure where that is from but I'm going to guess Harry to Snape ... Sounds like a conversation they'd have! 😂 "Ah, mail's here!"
  7. I broke a bone in my leg, just above the foot. I'm currently in a rehabilitation centre as my house has tons of stairs, and have an appointment with the fracture clinic tomorrow so hopefully will know a bit more about how long it should take to heal, and how much longer I may need to stay here!
  8. As your Hufflepuff Prefect I'd like to welcome you to Hogwarts. Please check out our common room - it's super cosy in there! (I'm sorry I didn't welcome you sooner. I'm recovering from a broken bone at the moment so am not as active on here as I'd like! I hope to be home soon so I can around a bit more!)
  9. "It does not do to dwell on dreams and forget to live" - Professor Dumbledore

  10. Lumos Solem! ☀️

  11. "Now, Harry, you must know all about muggles. What exactly is the function of a rubber duck?" 

  12. "Now, if you two don't mind I'm going to bed, before either of you come up with another clever idea to get us killed. Or worseworse, expelled!" - Hermione

  13. I'm not sure if this is in the books, but there's a deleted scene in Deathly Hallows where Aunt Petunia tells Harry "you didn't just lose a mother that night in Godric's Hollow. I lost a sister". I wish this had been in the movie because it shows that she did care about Lily, and I kind of feel like it's her way of apologising to Harry. Grief affects everyone in different ways, and I think had she had time to grieve for her sister (and maybe not have been married to Vernon) then she would have been a little nicer to Harry. Because Harry just arrived, with no prior warning, and she had a young child the same age, she had no to time to really process what had happened to her little sister, and no time to grieve for her. I think it would have been nice to see that scene, just so we could have made peace with Petunia, and it may have helped some people understand why she treated Harry so badly. Certainly after I saw that deleted scene, my opinion of Petunia changed!
  14. "This? It's the sign of the Deathly Hallows"

    "The what?"

    "The Deathly Hallows. I assume you're all familiar with the tale of the three brothers?"

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