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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.
Firstly, thank you for joining our community and to our returning students a very warm welcome back!
Welcome to TheWizardingWorld | Harry Potter Fan Forum and another year at Hogwarts! Now, in a few moments you will pass through these doors and join your classmates. But before you take your seats, you must be sorted into your houses. They are Gryffindor, Hufflepuff, Ravenclaw, and Slytherin.
House Points for your chosen house:
"While you are at TWWForums, your triumphs will earn you house points, while any rule-breaking will result in a loss house house points.
At the end of the year, the house with the most points is awarded the house cup, a great honour."
—Professor Minerva McGonagall
The House Cup is a yearly award at Hogwarts (TWWForums). It is given at the end of the school year to the House with the most House points. Points are given to Houses by teachers and prefects throughout the year for various things including answering questions correctly and doing good deeds.
Points can be taken away for things such as misbehaving or rule-breaking.Giant and enchanted hourglasses in the entrance hall keep track of the House Points. The hourglasses are filled with different jewels for each house - Gryffindor's are rubies, Ravenclaw's sapphires, Slytherin's emeralds and Hufflepuff's diamonds.
The Points System for TWWForums.
New members get on signup. 5 Points Top points widget to display the members with the top points. This will be shown in the sidebar. New members get for each post. 1 Point Members points for new topics, replies are given in each forum. 2 Point The topic starter (if someone replies to their topic in each forum). 1 Point There will be a global points page to display all the recent points. 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 Haryy Potter prize!
What are forums and how do they work?
An Internet forum is a discussion area on a website. Website members can post discussions and read and respond to posts by other forum members. A forum can be focused on nearly any subject and a sense of an online community, or virtual community, tends to develop among forum members.
This type of forum may also be called a message board, discussion group, bulletin board, or web forum, but it differs from a blog, the name for a web log, as a blog is usually written by one user and usually only allows for the responses of others to the blog material. A forum usually allows all members to make posts and start new topics.
An Internet forum is also different from a chat room. Members in a chat room usually all chat or communicate at the same time, while members in a discussion group post messages to be read by others whenever they happen to log on. Forums also tend to be more topic-focused than chat rooms.
The separate conversations in a forum are called threads, and they are made up of member-written posts. Members can usually edit their own posts, start new topics, post in their choice of threads, and edit their profile. A profile usually lists optional information about each forum member, such as the city they are located in and their interests.
Here's what to expect and how you can get involved:
So, you've joined TWW (The Wizarding World), First thing's first. Let's get to know you by creating an introduction post. Tell us about yourself, your love for all things Harry Potter and what got you hooked! After that, make your way around the community and after 10 substantive posts you can make your way to sorting hat to be sorted into your houses.
While you are at TWW your triumphs will earn you House Points, while any rule-breaking will lose House Points. At the end of the year, the House with the most points is awarded the House Cup. Once you're sorted you'll be able to access the common rooms.
If you recruit/recommend a member, you get 20 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.
Harry was put on trial at the start of the book and film for discharging his Patronus to defeat a Dementor – but did Dumbledore travel back in time to get the hearing?
When the trial begins, Dumbledore shows up unannounced to defend Harry to the surprise of Cornelius Fudge (and Harry alike). Fudge makes a remark that they had changed the time and moved the location of the trial, to which Dumbledore says (not verbatim, mind you) that he had ‘by some luck arrived at the Ministry three hours early’.
Dumbledore was on time to where he thought Harry's trial was..... Right? So, Dumbledore must've missed the hearing completely!
So can we safely assume that Dumbledore had used a time turner to jump back in time and arrive in the correct place to help Harry?
What's your thought on this theory? We'd love to hear them.
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