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  1. Marii

    Hogwarts house game

    Who's in Gryffindor say Hello! Who's in Ravenclaw say Hi! Who's in Hufflepuff say Good Morning! Who's in Slitherin say Bye Bye! I wait your answer⏱️!!!
  2. Professor Patrick

    Who can you identify with?

    It's been 20 years since the first movie came out, 24 years since the first book was published. Assuming that you didn't just become a Harry Potter fan yesterday and that you read the books/saw the movies more than once over the years, how did your perception of characters change? Who did you identify with most when you read/saw it for the first time? Is it different now? And if so, would you like to share why?
  3. What is your favorite house at Hogwarts? Is it Gryffindor, Slytherin, Hufflepuff or Ravenclaw? My favourite house at Hogwarts is Gryffindor , I don't know why it's my favourite, I think it's because Harry Potter belongs to this house hahahaha.
  4. Professor Patrick

    A warm "Welcome" to the new members!

    Life outside of this wonderful safe haven and a rather strong reaction to my booster shot have kept me away for a while - I've been sneaking peeks from time to time, though. 😉 During that time a lot of new people joined the community and instead of responding to every single post, I am giving a shoutout to all of you at once, hoping I haven't missed anyone. Welcome to @Lord Voldemort (Will you get angry if anyone calls you Tom?🧐), @Sara Coen, @Winnie, @Azkban prisoner 394, @Myheadsgonenumb (How does that feel?), @Idontsimpfordraco (Ido 😉), @Job (Good you), @QueenMeg (your Highness), @Potter genius (Ahh, a humble one 😉), @Girard, @Alpacookie, @Memamsamuggle (Mine too) and @Jung Sam. If anyone feels left out .... sorry, let me know. That pretty much exhausted my energy level for today. Still feel a little bit like I got trampled by a Hippogriff, but Madame Pomfrey is taking good care of me. I hope you enjoy your time here. Don't forget to tell us a little something about yourselves and then head for the Sorting in the Great Hall (Slytherin is a great house, by the way 😎).
  5. Different ways you can be a Hufflepuff: 1:Hufflepuff's aren't always pushovers 2: you can be brave and be a Hufflepuff 3: you can be adventureous and be a hufflepuff 4: Hufflepuffs aren't bland or boring 5: Hufflepuffs can be as intelegent as the other houses 6:You don't half to toil away in the background if you are a hufflepuff
  6. Thank Merlin it‘s Friday! If you actually were at Hogwarts, what would your plans for a Friday evening be?
  7. Only one house can win. ❤️💚🏆💙💛 With celebrity guests, original film actors, and the House Cup at stake, Harry Potter: Hogwarts Tournament of Houses will be the greatest fan competition in Wizarding World history! Catch Gryffindor vs. Hufflepuff in the first match 11/28 at 8p on TBS and Cartoon Network! The upcoming show, hosted by Helen Mirren, will air its first episode on 28th November. Expect special guest stars and enchanting prizes as contestants answer Wizarding World questions for their Hogwarts house and compete against each other. The prize offered to the winning team include, but not limiting to, a $1000 shopping spree at the Harry Potter New York store, tickets to the New York Lyric Theatre production of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, and advanced screenings for Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore. Harry Potter: Hogwarts Tournament of Houses is coming soon to TBS and Cartoon Network – and now you can enjoy a trailer of what to expect! Take a look. To watch Harry Potter: Hogwarts Tournament of Houses, you will need to be either a subscriber to a traditional cable/satellite pay-TV service that has access to TBS and/or Cartoon Network or be signed up for a live TV streaming service, like Hulu with Live TV, Sling TV and YouTube TV. WarnerMedia also shared that Harry Potter: Hogwarts Tournament of Houses will be made available on the HBO Max streaming service in early 2022. Revealed in today’s trailer, the quiz show will be awash with special guest stars, including Harry Potter cast members Tom Felton, Simon Fisher-Becker, Shirley Henderson, Luke Youngblood, alongside other cameos from the likes of Saturday Night Live star Pete Davidson and comedian Jay Leno – both self-confessed Harry Potter fans! The competition will take the shape of a bracket-style game, where fans compete for their Hogwarts house in teams of three. The houses will go head-to-head in three special episodes (Gryffindor vs. Hufflepuff will be the first) with the winning team advancing to the grand finale. Alongside the glory of winning for their Hogwarts house, a huge roster of prizes will be on offer for the contestants, such as a $1000 shopping spree at the Harry Potter New York store, tickets to the Broadway production of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, advanced screenings for Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore and much more. For all the die-hard quizzers reading this feeling a little jealous, do not worry. Viewers at home can join us here on WizardingWorld.com for our own upcoming quiz that we’re calling Wizarding World Quiz Championship. We will soon be hosting three special online quizzes in the run up to Christmas, escalating in difficulty and themes, that you can play online while gaining points for your Hogwarts house! More details about this to come soon. In the mean time, make sure you know which Hogwarts house you are in with our official Sorting Ceremony. “I knew someday I’d get a Harry Potter role, and I’m so pleased to take part in the 20-year film celebration,” said Mirren. “The films inspired such enchantment and wonder for so many of us, and it will be such a treat to reignite that magic for the countless fans who continue to revel in this spellbinding world.” This series of quiz shows is set to be an unforgettable experience for Wizarding World fans, coming nearly two decades after the first film in the Harry Potter series, Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone (or Sorcerer’s Stone if you’re in the US!) first hit cinema screens across the world. Harry Potter: Hogwarts Tournament of Houses is part of the many celebrations surrounding this exceptional 20th anniversary – so keep an eye out for more! Start studying for this one-of-a-kind quiz competition you won’t want to miss and checking WizardingWorld.com for more updates on Harry Potter: Hogwarts Tournament of Houses soon. Source: WizardingWorld
  8. Celebrate all things Hufflepuff, Gryffindor, Slytherin and, Ravenclaw with this glorious collection of beautifully crafted House Editions in hardback. All seven novels from J.K. Rowling's classic series in a spectacular alternating colour scheme, with cover artwork and illustrations by artistic wizard and Kate Greenaway Medal winner Levi Pinfold. The seven books in this collection are accompanied by a magical miscellany of exciting feature articles, quizzes and fascinating fact files packed with trivia about the Hogwarts Houses. A must-have collection for Hufflepuff, Gryffindor, Slytherin and, Ravenclaw, young and old, these House Editions box set is the perfect tribute to the house famed for its dedication, patience and loyalty and is sure to be treasured for years to come. Purchase from Amazon Hufflepuff: https://amzn.to/31LCSyJ Gryffindor: https://amzn.to/3Ca1fTg Slytherin: https://amzn.to/3n7FLSE Ravenclaw: https://amzn.to/3n31ETm
  9. I apologise if this does not belong in The Leaky Cauldron but I was viewing where things go and it seems to belong here. Roblox is.. broken, and, since I spend a great deal of my day playing it, I replaced a lot of that time playing google feud. Google feud is a game where it gives a few words, and you have to guess how google autocompletes it. Sometimes, google actually doesn't autocomplete it as some of the options, it's just the top ten most common searches for it. On one of them, it was "what the hell is a....." and you had to guess how it autocompletes it. I was very shocked because the most common searched one was "What the hell is a Hufflepuff". I actually thought that couldn't be right so I actually decided to go on google to check it... and it was true, hufflepuff was the first thing that came up. Hufflepuffs, TELL THE WORLD WHAT YOU ARE!!!!!!!!!
  10. ProfessorSnape

    Best looking common room?

    The quest that I’m currently on in Hogwarts Mystery is one where I get to see all the common rooms (this is rare because normally you can only ever visit your own common room). Getting to see the other common rooms was interesting especially because we never got to see the common rooms for Ravenclaw and Hufflepuff in the films. So it got me thinking: which do you think looks the best and why? My vote goes to Hufflepuff- it looks so cosy particularly with the light colours, natural light and nature theme. Almost looks like a treehouse! What do you think? Hufflepuff Gryffindor Slytherin Ravenclaw I’ve put this thread in this section because it’ll hopefully get more responses than if it was in the dedicated Hogwarts mystery section.
  11. I was wondering why each house has there colour. I always thought that gryffindor was red and slytherin being the opposite house was green (the opposite colour on the the colour wheel). I have also heard that each house represent an element. But I would like to hear your theories!
  12. Harry Potter star Tom Felton has revealed he doesn't think the cast will ever reunite for any more instalments of the franchise. Tom has expressed along with fans who don’t see the need to update the original franchise. Speaking to various sources, Felton was asked if he thought the cast would do another movie. "How much you offering?" he answered. "I'm joking. I don't think it will be reprised, to be honest with you. "I think it was a wonderful eight chapters, and everything that needed to be done was done. I think they'll take it further on in their own direction, but we're all still immensely proud to be part of it." The actor, who played Draco Malfoy, also added that he was happy to see how the Potter fandom is still growing. "It's great to see it's been past down from generation to generation," Tom said. "But I can speak for the cast when I say we're very grateful for all of the support that's come our way over the last decade." Tom shared a photo of himself standing beside a pic of Draco Malfoy from the first Harry Potter movie, The Philosopher's Stone, and poked fun at how much he's changed over the years. Pointing at the poster of young Draco while also wearing a Slytherin cape, Tom wrote: "Agings a bitch".
  13. KyeoptaBunny

    Well Hello There!

    Hi! My name is Allysya and I'm 18 years old this year. I've been a Harry Potter fans since the first time I read Harry Potter books (i've watched the movie first but I didn't focus when I watched with my family). I've read and watch all Harry Potter movies and books many time until my family angry to me because watching the same movies but who cares? My attitude are more to Gryffindor, I love adventure things and I dare to face challenges. But maybe more Hufflepuff in me caused the sorting hat to put me in Hufflepuff's house (cf. Pottermore) My patronus was a Brown Bear while my wand was an English oak wood with a phoenix feather core 12 1/4 and slightly springy flexibility. My favourite character is Cedric Diggory (maybe this is our mate uwu) even in the original story he's already died but he still alive for me^^ Beside Cedric, I love Harry,Ron and Hermione too^^ I've joined many forums before (All was KPOP forum) this is my first non-kpop forum i've joined so I hope you can guide me^^
  14. Welcome back to the ASTROLOGY world with Haeju! credit to owner Check the first part here. We're gonna continue to sort the astrology signs a.k.a. zodiacs into Hogwarts houses. I'll make it simpler tho. Anyway, let's go! HUFFLEPUFF: Taurus, Virgo, Libra 7. Taurus The fancy sign! Taurus is known for being chill, easy-going, simple, patient, and rich. Taurus likes to have many friends, many foods, and many spare time. Taurus can be annoying when they appear as lazy and stubborn, but they're quite loyal too. Taurus is the sign of comfort. Oh, they also love anything beautiful! 8. Virgo Virgo is perfectionist and hard-working. As the typical Hufflepuff, they're not afraid of toil. Some Virgo even hates to have nothing to do. They're obsessed to work as and they want their work finished in the best way possible. This can make Virgo smarter than some Ravenclaw or more ambitious than Slytherine. But outside of that, Virgo is really easy-going and not judging. They can be so fun and cheerful as a friend. 9. Libra Balance isn't just what Libra is known for. They're known to be people-oriented and loyal. Libra loves to have discussion as much as making new friends. Libra is very likable and most of them are also very charming. Libra also likes beauty dan culture. SLYTHERIN: Scorpio, Cancer, Capricorn 10. Scorpio Deep, detailed, serious, mysterious, likes to keeping secrets, Scorpio is charming because of that traits. But a Scorpion can also be deeply sensitive, very opened about their feelings, and seriously fun! Scorpio sees the world as black and white. They're an extremist. But from them we can learn many new things that usually, we don't pay attention about it. Scorpio isn't just a leader material, they can also lead in bed. Sometimes they can be appear as creepy. Don't worry guys, it's not that they're pervert, they just know how to appreciate sex. 11. Cancer Romantic. Cancer can appear as shy. But once they can trust you, Cancer has so many stories to tell. Cancer appreciates love and kindness, but they're so afraid to be betrayed so they make a huge barrier from people. They can also be so manipulative to protect themselves from harm. But deep inside, Cancer is your softest friend. 12. Capricorn Capricorn is the businessman. They're ambitious and visionary. They love working and money and also know how to get it. They're superior and great, but not really in good at loving someone. Capricorn can't love somebody easily, but when they do, they will do anything for that person. Finally... Tell us what's your astrology sign? Does it fit your house? Which sign actually fits your personality the most?
  15. Hello! Today I'd like to know, how many of you took the Pottermore house quiz? Do you agree with the house you were placed in? Is that the house you were expecting / hoping to be in? How did you react to the house you were placed in? And, is that the house you are using on this site, or are you in your preferred house on here? I took the quiz ages ago, and was not surprised to be placed in Hufflepuff. People have always told me that I am loyal and kind. When Harry Potter first came out, my siblings and I discussed which houses we'd be in. All my siblings told me I was a Hufflepuff! However, like a lot of people, we all identified with Gryffindor originally as the main heros are of course in Gryffindor. (I may also have had a crush on one of the main characters!) I would now place one of my sisters in Slytherin, and my other sister and brother in Gryffindor! I'm very proud to be a Hufflepuff! I know lots of people don't want to be in Hufflepuff, but I love being a Hufflepuff. I am almost 100% sure that if I placed that sorting hat onto my head right now it would not hesitate to place me in Hufflepuff! Interestingly I also took the Ilvermorny part of the quiz and was sorted in Thunderbird house, which apparently favours adventurers. I'd have preferred Pukwudgie House as it favours Healers, which I think better fits both Hufflepuffs and one of my preferred magical careers!
  16. I'm going to be honest here, this is a bit of a random one. I was watching a friends stream, and remembered they were in a different house to me. And it got me thinking, does their personality reflect their house traits? For example, I'm a Slytherin but I think my personality (the part everyone sees) for the most part I come across outwardly as a Hufflepuff. And that's because on first meet and until I'm comfortable I don't come across too much of a sarcastic, more reserved person. Then once you get to know me, I can definitely be a mix of Slytherin and Ravenclaw, depending on my mood or topic of conversation. Whereas my streamer friend is a Hufflepuff. And it matches them so well. They're so kind to everyone, just and loyal. Honestly, they are so sweet and get along with everyone. The more vicious side of the honey badger comes through when they rage at games and it's honestly so fitting. Obviously, this is just my powers of observation, and it could be completely different for you. If you do use any names when mentioning friends, feel free to change them if you're not comfortable with using their actual name. This was just a random thought and I thought it would be quite curious to see if others get like this sometimes.
  17. Lily Potter Jr.

    What is the best house?

    What do you think?
  18. Mandrake Scamander

    Hello there!

    I'm Mandrake Scamander. I'm into Herbology and Potions!
  19. Hogwarts House Points (EXTRA) Earn extra points for your chosen house Make 5 posts in a day = 50 Make 10 posts a day = 100 Make 30 posts a day = 300 Create 5 topics (anywhere on the forums) = 50 Create 10 topics (anywhere on the forums) = 150 Create 30 topics (anywhere on the forums) = 500 Points awarded for creating a status = Points awarded for replying to a status = EXTRA EXTRA POINTS Daily/Weekly/Monthly points Daily Points = 5 Weekly Points = 10 Monthly Points = 15 *NOTE: All these are on top of the points that you can already earn, below is how you can earn house points. The Points System for TWWForums Features: New students signup. 5 Points The topic starter. 2 Points Replies to the topic starter (if someone replies to their topic in each forum). 1 Point Students get for each post. 1 Point Auto reset for points. Points are reset on the 1st September At the end of the year, the member with the most points will win a Harry Potter prize! Inviting friends earns you house points! If you recruit/recommend a member, you get 50 house points for each person you recruit/recommend to join. However, this person must be sorted for you to be rewarded, and they must mention that you referred them.
  20. Play the most exhilarating wizarding sport with this 75956 Quidditch Match LEGO Harry Potter play set. Join Harry, Hermione and Professor Snape at the games, featuring Gryffindor, Slytherin, Ravenclaw and Hufflepuff house towers with viewing stands and play feature functions, plus a base with Bludger stud shooter and 3 goalposts with a moving Keeper function to guard the rings. To Buy: https://amzn.to/2Ht1Zcp The set features Gryffindor house tower with an opening hatch, Slytherin house tower with a pop-up fire spell function, Ravenclaw house tower with a removable megaphone element, Hufflepuff house tower with scoreboard and a base with 3 goalposts and rings, moving Keeper function and Bludger stud shooter. Use the broom's mounted shooting function to shoot the Quaffle through the rings and recreate the famous Quidditch games from the blockbuster Harry Potter movies, or make up your own fun challenges with this fun-packed LEGO Harry Potter toy. Accessory elements include a chest, 2 wands, 4 brooms, Quaffle, Golden Snitch, bat, 2 Bludgers, trophy, megaphone and scoreboard. Contains 500 pieces. Each tower measures over 7 Inch (18 cm) high, 1 Inch (4 cm) wide and 1 Inch (4 cm) deep. BUY NOW FROM AMAZON UK
  21. Hello Wizarding World, (I have received permission to post this E-Survey from Dumbledore) My name is Lauren and I am a third year at the university of Derby, studying International Tourism Management. This research is for my final year research assignment which consists of a 10,000-word dissertation. I have been an avid fan of the Harry Potter series and other instalments for 13 years and it interested me how Platform 93/4 went from an ordinary train platform to an anticipated attraction, where thousands of tourists visit per year and whether tourists know the impacts of popular culture on these attractions. Title of study: ‘How Popular Culture influences the popularity of locations within destinations: a case study of unintentional attractions?’ What is an unintentional attraction? An unintentional attraction is an attraction which is essentially tourist destinations which were not intended to become tourist destinations. For example; this could be dark tourist destinations or popular culture tourist destinations such as film, television or music set locations. Time to complete the E-Survey: 10 to 15 minutes (It ultimately depends on how long you spend on the E-Survey) Where will your data be kept and who will see your data? The information will be stored securely on a password protected university cloud system and only the researcher will have access to it. Results of the study will be disseminated through production of a research project which will not be given to any third party outside of the University of Derby. All information will be anonymised and so you / your organisation / site will not be identifiable from the subsequent data analysis. What happens if I change my mind about taking part? The study is in itself a voluntary process so even though your input is important to the completion of the research, if you no longer wish to take part in the process you can withdraw from the study. This will not affect your right to make contact with the researcher should you wish to discuss any aspect of the research in the future or ask for more information about the study. What happens if I decide not to take part? There will be no consequences if you decide to not take part in the research as it is an entirely voluntary process. ! Taking part in this study is entirely voluntary! The link below provides information regarding the research itself and the procedures and logistics involved. By participating in the study, you are agreeing for your responses to be used as part of this undergraduate dissertation. I urge you to discuss any questions about this study with me and if you therefore have any questions, please privately message me. Also note that; taking part in this study is entirely voluntary and you have no responsibility to fill out the E-Survey. The Information Sheet below has all the information that you need to know so please read this before partaking in the E-Survey. The E-Survey has the information sheet in the description box at the top as well. The Link to the Information Sheet: https://1drv.ms/w/s!Al_IJtyg4I9WkgWxjsF_cvTGBzXl The Link to the E-Survey: https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=OrvxmPpegkeIur2JfbYOYmJhnjd3ee1CqdY6b7XuAmtURjM2UlI5MjJMMEVFUDc0NU83T1RUUUpBUC4u Thank You for Participating
  22. Muggles are sure to go crazy for these brand new Harry Potter cakes from Tesco. The Harry Potter crest cake for just £12 and Hogwarts Houses cakes for just £4 each and yes that does mean all for houses! Gryffindor, Hufflepuff, Ravenclaw and yes they even snuck in Slytherin... I'm sure if they'd had Draco's father would be furious! Harry Potter Hogwarts Crest Cake Chocolate and yellow coloured sponges with a layer of chocolate flavoured frosting, covered in soft icing and finished with edible decorations Harry Potter House Crest Gift Cake Sponge with a layer of raspberry jam and sweet filling, covered with a soft icing and an edible decoration.
  23. Bloomsbury - Pre-order offer: Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban – Gryffindor, Hufflepuff, Slytherin and Ravenclaw Hardback Editions + 4 House Pin Badges RRP £59.96 Online price £41.97 Save £17.99 (30%) Bloomsbury: Pre-order all four House Editions (Gryffindor, Hufflepuff, Slytherin and Ravenclaw) to receive all four exclusive House Edition pin badges (29mm by 36mm) plus 30% off the total price (£59.96 RRP). Offer open to UK/ROI residents only. Offer closes 12th June 2019. Available while stocks last. Published to mark the 20th anniversary of the first publication of Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, these House Editions celebrate all four Hogwarts houses. Each has exciting house-themed features and stunning line illustrations by Levi Pinfold, twice winner of the Kate Greenaway Medal. All seven books in the series will be issued in these highly collectable House Editions. Receive an exclusive house pin badge when you pre-order a hardback Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban House Edition before 12th June 2019. To Buy: Bloomsbury UK - Buy Now! If you are located outside of the UK/ROI, please order the Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban here. Offer open to UK and ROI residents only. If you are in Australia or New Zealand, please visit harrypotter.bloomsbury.com/au to order at local shipping rates. Offer ends 12th June 2019 at 12 midnight (GMT). Download the full terms and conditions here. For any questions related to the offer, please see their FAQs.
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