Perhaps the broadest subject in the Harry Potter series, magical transformation of one object to another happens very frequently in the story, so much so that at a certain point the reader stops noticing! But what are the implications of this kind of magic, and what does it reveal about the natural laws of the Wizarding World?
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We’ve been discussing this tricky topic for weeks, ever since the question was raised in the third episode of the Alohomora! Podcast. Can a pig transfigured from a desk be eaten, or is it still, in essence, a desk taking on the appearance of a pig?
Unraveling the DNA of Polyjuice Potion Recently, my friends and I were having fun during our weekly game night when I took a break to check up on the Internet only to stumble across a meme that caught my attention:
What happens when you use hair of a person using Polyjuice Potion in your Polyjuice?
What Would a Boggart turn into if Your Worst Fear was Heights? his essay describes a flaw in a boggart. 5 in 100 people suffer from acrophobia (the fear of heights) so how does a boggart represent that? There are many things that people fear that isn't a thing but a feeling. Heights aren't a thing, they are a sensation.
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