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Things that don't make sense in Harry Potter

1. Why did Moody (Barty Crouch Jr. have to go through so much trouble just for Harry to touch an object?

2. If remembralls tell a person that they forgot something, and don't tell them what they forgot, then they are useless.

3. If Harry can communicate with Dumbledore's portrait, then what's the big deal about not being able to get informantion off of him?


BTW, just to be clear, I'm a huge Potter fan, but these are just some things I noticed.

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 hpotterforever7 posted hace más de un año
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xsammyyyx said:
I really dont understand that archway, the one that when Sirus died he kind of fell back into it
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posted hace más de un año 
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i agree
kittyraven posted hace más de un año
AyahBonnie said:
1. he had to wait until Voldemort was ready for Harry but he also had to make sure that Harry would touch the cup so Voldemort would be revived.

2. It is kinda useless

3. He cant get into Hogwarts...
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ShaylaBelle07 said:
The time-turner really doesn't make sense ,because they could've used it to fix ANYTHING, harry's parents dying, even Voldy's mother dying
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but you'd be stuck in the past... tu cant go into the future with it.
dracofan001 posted hace más de un año
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I don't think, someone like Snape would mind that too much
cunha27 posted hace más de un año
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Fred.. D':
maka160 posted hace más de un año
cunha27 said:
Why wasn't the Fidelius charm used más often? Eg:

1)Why didn't Voldemort use the Fidelius Charm to hide at least some of his Horcruxes? Even if he was unable to cast the charm (possibly because he didn't have a complete soul,) he could have gotten someone else to cast it and then have them reveal the location to him.

2) The same goes for Dumbledore while attempting to hide the philosopher's stone.

3) Instead of growing such a dangerous Willow, why not just take young Remus to a secret kept location. No risk of students being attacked por the árbol o accidentally entering o being lured into the shack.
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so true O_O
maka160 posted hace más de un año
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remember that Voldemort never trusted anyone completely(none of his death eaters). He prefered to operate alone in secret. His followers were nothing but disposable servants for him. So he would never perform a Fidelius charm to secure his horcrues cuz that would have meant trusting someone for protecting his soul,sth he could never bring himself to do. And keep in mind that although Hogwarts castillo is well protected from people outside it but for those inside,it is not possible to choose any location where students wouldn't go,sneaking. Therefore it was essential to plant The Whomping Willow to keep off students from the shack.
TheLogicalwitch posted hace más de un año
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1)Well he trusted both Lucius and Bella with 2 of his Horcuxes... Besides he wouldn't have to trust them. Just get them to cast the spell for the Fidelus get them to tell him where the location is, kill them then place the Horcux there, heck he could have killed 2 birds with one stone and used the murder of that Death Eater to create the Horcrux!
cunha27 posted hace más de un año
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2)Dumbledore didn't have to pick a location at Hogwarts. After all the Shriking Shack wasn't at Hogwarts, only the passage that lead to the shack was there. And the idea of a Fidelus is that no one would be able to find it because as far as they are concerned the location doesn't exist. No one would be able to sneak into it because it wouldn't exist to them
cunha27 posted hace más de un año
dragonsmemory said:
I am a lifelong Potter fan. I believe I can explain it all. The libros were written from Harry's pov. We only know what he knows.
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kkbb97876 said:
1.why did Peter decide to live with the weasly's....I mean is he really that thick? Why not go to another county and live with another family? Less chance of being found. (btw I have Peter with a burning passion and I do NOT wish for him to have lived a happy rata life somewhere eles I was just wondering)

2.Why is it when Voldermort has a chance to kill Harry he spends al little to much time talking about how he is supperior and he has waited forever and blah blah blah. I mean if he hadn't made a huge deal about in the grave yard Harry would be dead within seconds.
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I can explain #2. Voldemort had been…out of action…for years. He was almost killed por a BABY. Thus, he really wants revenge. Also, por adding Harry's blood to tghe resurrection potion, he granted himself the ability to touch Harry. From what I could tell, Voldemort at least wanted Harry's death to be honorable por allowing him to duel, instead of a Killing Curse after the resurrection. He wanted his Death Eaters to be able to gloat and say that Voldemort was the better wizard.
dragonsmemory posted hace más de un año
acidpop12321 said:
I disagree with the first query thing. If Moody/Crouch had sold Harry to Voldemort and taken him to some misceláneo place at the beginning of the año before the tournament the teachers would have acted faster when they found out that Harry was missing (seeing as he would have missed all of his classes). Where as if he did it during the tournament it is normal for people to die in it o at least get seriously injured. (I do agree with the other 2 preguntas though)
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loony_dobby said:
1. Barty Crouch Jr. spent went through all that trouble because he had to do it under the watch of Albus Dumbledore. If it was obvious that he wanted Harry to touch the, Dumbledore would have noticed and the fact that he wasn't Moody. Barty Crouch Jr. only has one shot at getting it right.

2. OK, I haven't got a lot for this one, but remembralls remind tu that tu have forgotten something to get tu thinking about what it was.

3. Phineas couldn't bring Dumbledore into his portrait when the trio was traveling. Also, during the Battle of Hogwarts, it dicho in the book that all the Headmasters and Headmistresses left the room to assist students.

Hope this helped.
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BTW, I'm also a huge Harry Potter fan!
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