An early page of Philosophers Stone mostrando an abandoned Plotline:
“So this Flamel bloke found the stone “ dicho Ron
“No- he made it, “said Harry, “He was an alchemist. Which means
“Someone who turns base metals into gold” dicho Hermione. She had
that old proving- I- know- more- than- everyone- else look on her face, the
other two noticed, “Of course. I read about this in Alchemy, Ancient
Art and Science, por Argo Pyrites”.
“I missed that one myself,” muttered Ron.
“(and)—of course it's some of the most difficult magic tu can do.
And tu end up not just with pure oro but also with a funny stone thing ---“
“Which is what I’m on about,” dicho Harry, the Philosopher’s stone, yes.
And it works too. It kept Nicholas Flamel and his wife alive for
about five hundred years.”
“I know,” dicho Harry. “But it's true. He was spotted at the opera in
Paris in 1762 and he was born back in 13 something.”
“But he's dead now?” he asked.
“Of course,” dicho Harry, “Someone estola his stone so he couldn't make
any más Elixir of life, could he? It takes a while to make another
stone and por that time, I suppose, he was just too old to live without
his Elixir until a new stone was ready. “ And now I’ll tell tu something
else really weird that I haven't told tu up to now- the stone
was found in my parents seguro at Gringott’s bank.”
But instead of the interested noises Harry had expected, Ron
and Hermione simply stared at him.
“What?” dicho Harry.
Ron cleared his throat, opened his mouth to speak but shut it
“What?” Harry said.
“Well, Harry,” dicho Hermione. “I mean...”
“You mean what?”
He stared at them both as they shuffled their feet and tried
not to look him in the eye.
“You don't think”, he dicho suddenly and rather angrily, “That my
parents estola the stone?”
“Um...” dicho Ron.
“Look,” dicho Harry furiously, “That’s like saying they murdered Flamel...”
“Oh Harry, we never thought...”
“Not much, tu didn't,” dicho Harry. “I don’t know how it
got in there, but the stone wasn’t put there por them...”
“Right,” dicho Ron quickly. "I’m sure you're right.”
“There must be an obvious explanation, “said Hermione.
Harry wasn't at all convinced that they meant it,
but at that moment the campana rang which put an end to the
If this storyline had been further explored, how do tu think the libros would have turned out? Similar? Majorly different?