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Epilogue: 19 Months Later

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The finale in this epilogue series imagines the wizarding world 19 months after the final battle. Read More »

Slytherpuffs, and Gryffinclaws, and Huffledors, Oh My!

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What do you mean I can be BOTH?! Read More »

The 12 “Potter” Characters You Meet on Tinder

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Sure, they may have the ability to fly and get the housework done by magic, but when it comes to dating, the characters of "Harry Potter" have to wade through the same morass of horrible mistakes as the rest of us. Read More »

Messrs. and Mses. Howly, Digger, Sly, Babbitty, and Spike: Animagus Forms of the New Generation

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Which animal would best represent our favorite characters as Animagi? Here's one perspective! Read More »

Seven “Harry Potter” Characters Who Wore Stripes… a Lot

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The abundance of stripes in the "Harry Potter" cast's wardrobe has been noticed before, and when all the images are put together in one place it's astonishing how many examples there really are. Here are a few "Potter" characters rocking the stripes. Read More »

A Tribute to the Brave One: Neville Longbottom

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On his 35th birthday, we at MuggleNet wish Professor Neville Longbottom a happy birthday! Because of his bravery, the wizarding world is finally at peace, and because of him, we never gave up hope throughout it all. Read More »

If Your Favorite “Potter” Characters Had Tinder

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Some use Amortentia, others use Tinder. Read More »

“Harry Potter” and “Divergent”: Amity

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Our fourth installment of the "Harry Potter" and "Divergent" series explores which characters from "Potter" would choose the peace and simplicity of Amity. Who would bleed over soil during their Choosing Ceremony? Read More »

On Coming-of-Age in the Second Wizarding War

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What does it mean to "grow up"? Here is a reflective, creative piece on how certain central "Potter" characters may have "come of age" throughout the Second Wizarding War. Read More »

Wizards… assemble!

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Comparing Earth's mightiest heroes to Hogwarts's mightiest witches and wizards! Read More »

We’re So Glad These “Harry Potter” Characters Did NOT Do as They Were Told

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If you want to defeat a Dark Lord, you're going to have to break a few eggs (and set at least one teacher on fire). Read More »

The Seven Most Common Characters in Fiction: “Harry Potter” Edition

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An explanation of the most common fictional characters using "Harry Potter." Read More »

“MuggleCast” Episode 279, “Hogwarts, USA,” now available!

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As the North American continent heats up, so too, does "Fantastic Beasts" casting news. With Eddie Redmayne now confirmed in the lead role, and other casting announced, the "MuggleCast" hosts speculate on all things to do with J.K. Rowling's screenwriting breakthrough film. Also of note are recent Twitter revelations from JKR and Robert Galbraith, one of our Hall of Fame episodes turning five years old, and more! Read More »

Harry Potter and the Game of Thrones

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Valar Morghulis? Well, Expecto Patronum. Read More »

CC #391: Week of July 20, 2014

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In this week's caption contest, Scabior and the rest of Voldemort's Death Eaters stop just short of crossing the bridge to Hogwarts. What's stopping them from a full-on assault? Read our winning captions to find out! Read More »

Becoming Neville Longbottom: A True Gryffindor

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“But you are a pureblood, aren’t you, my brave boy?… You show spirit and bravery, and you come of noble stock. You will make a very valuable Death Eater. We need your kind, Neville Longbottom.” “I’ll join you when hell freezes over,” said Neville. “Dumbledore’s Army!” … Harry pulled the Invisibility Cloak from inside his robes, swung it over himself, and sprang to his feet, as Neville moved too. In one swift, fluid motion, Neville broke free of the Body-Bind Curse upon him; the flaming hat fell off of him and he drew from its depths something silver, with a glittering, rubied handle— DHs In SS/PS when Neville tries to stop Hermione, Harry, and Ron from sneaking out, Hermione hits him with the full Body-Bind curse. For this he earns his very first points because, as Dumbledore says, “It takes a great deal of bravery to stand up to our enemies, but just as much to stand up to our friends.” Dumbledore declares Neville brave even when everyone else thinks he’s clumsy, talentless, and cowardly. At the end of CoS Harry is struggling with whether he should have been placed in Slytherin. Dumbledore assures him that only a true Gryffindor ... Read More »

Potter Twitter Roundup: A Peck of Tweeps

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Five of the Big Seven appear in this week's Twitter Roundup where new suits, new art and new films take center stage. But which Potter alumni film project will you be catching this week? Make your choice with the Potter Twitter Roundup. Read More »

Patronus Hopeful

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Dear Professor Longbottom, What is your patronus, and when did you finally succeed at casting it? Read More »

Birthday Lover

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Dear Professor Longbottom, Happy (belated) birthday! I was just wondering, with yours and Harry's birthdays being so close - do you celebrate together? And if so, what do you do! I can only imagine that after the Battle of Hogwarts and how you both bonded - and birthday have always been important to me. It would mean the world to me to know that you and Harry became close enough to celebrate your birthdays together, as from what I've read you were regularly forgotten by the Golden Trio in your school years. Read More »

Changing Hogwarts

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Professor Longbottom, Does the fact you are almost all non-magical affect your career. Follow up question how has Hogwarts changed over the years, and why? Read More »