Rowling teaches us that you don’t always have to be a hero (or a Gryffindor) to be brave.
Tagged: Peter Pettigrew
These nicknames stuck with them through thick and thin. So what are the meanings and significance behind Messrs. Moony, Wormtail, Padfoot, and Prongs?
“Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery” has put you in possession of the Marauder’s Map. Now, prepare to meet its most dubious creator.
The Marauders are some of the most beloved and controversial characters in the “Harry Potter” series. Episode 19 of “Reading, Writing, Rowling” takes an in-depth look at these troublemakers.
Haven’t you ever wondered what your favorite characters would look like in another world? For example, what would happen if the “Harry Potter” characters got dropped into Tolkien’s world, specifically the city of Gondolin?
Harry is certainly a hero, but sometimes his heroic acts end up causing more harm than good.
There is nothing from the “Harry Potter” novels to suggest that all Gryffindors have to be morally virtuous people, despite the way J.K. Rowling portrays the House. If we eliminate this expectation, then the argument can be made that Peter Pettigrew was a true Gryffindor.
On this day in “Potter” history, everything fell to pieces for the Marauders. Let’s take some time today to raise our wands and remember their story. November 1 is the day “Harry Potter” began.