Fictional universe of Harry Potter The central character in the series is Harry Pottera boy who lives in Surrey with his aunt, uncle, and cousin — the Dursleys — and discovers, at the age of eleven, that he is a wizardthough he lives in the ordinary world of non-magical people known as Muggles. His magical ability is inborn, and children with such abilities are invited to attend exclusive magic schools that teach the necessary skills to succeed in the wizarding world. As Harry develops through his adolescence, he learns to overcome the problems that face him: The environment Rowling created is intimately connected to reality.
From now through June 18, respective staffs of TLC and MuggleNet will weed through their respective threads, looking for 10 winning questions, which will be posted here in a poll.
The top three votegetting questions from each of our sites will be posed to Jo Rowling on July Rules and Suggestions, which may be different on MuggleNet: Questions that are unique, and to which the answers are likely to be thorough, are most likely to grab our attention.
There has been a thread going on the Leaky Lounge ever since the announcement of the interview; this thread will be frozen but not disregarded — the questions asked there will still be considered for the contest.
Only questions posted before June 19, GMT, will be considered for this contest. From June 18 to June 30, we will with the help of our respective staffs deliberate on the top The poll will close July 10, giving Jo Rowling plenty of opportunity to see them and devise a cunning non-answer.
Just kidding — we hope. The winners may choose to have their real or usernames, age and location revealed to Jo and hence the rest of the world when the questions are asked.
If you are under 18 and wish to have your real name revealed, we will need to speak to your parent or guardian first. Attempts to sway staff into choosing your question will result in your disqualification.
You may post as many questions as you like, though a moderator may ask you to lump them all into one post if they find you are spamming the thread.
Go get inquisitive…and good luck! Write a Reply or Comment You must be logged in to post a comment.Harry Potter’s Signature Spell The fact that Harry Potter defeats Voldemort without violence, using only Expelliarmus, is a key point to the entire saga.
Sadly, this was completely lost of the filmmakers, who assumed that fans were too dense to understand the entire premise of Rowling’s story and replaced that legendary moment with a long, drawn-out wand battle.
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The fact that Harry Potter defeats Voldemort without violence, using only Expelliarmus, is a key point to the entire saga. Sadly, this was completely lost of the filmmakers, who assumed that fans were too dense to understand the entire premise of Rowling’s story and replaced that legendary moment with a long, drawn-out wand battle.
Harry Potter fandom refers to the community of fans of the Harry Potter books and movies who participate in entertainment activities that revolve around the series, such as reading and writing fan fiction, creating and soliciting fan art, engaging in role-playing games, socializing on Harry Potter-based forums, and more.