Draco Malfoy was the master of the Elder Wand throughout the entirety of “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.” Harry was never its master. If you think that’s far-fetched, please allow me to attempt to convince you otherwise.
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Fandom is a truly amazing place. But is it amazing enough to outshine canon?
Move over, “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child”. The “Puffs” have my heart and my seal of canon-approval (if that’s worth anything to you!).
J.K. Rowling seems to think that “Cursed Child” is canon, so why does her official wizarding world website not treat it as such?
It’s Pride Month. So why not celebrate with queer headcanons?
This is Part 3 in my series of why the “Harry Potter” universe has three set realities of canon. Let’s discuss theater canon!
This is the second part in my three-part series of why the “Harry Potter” universe has three set realities of canon. Let’s discuss film canon!
With “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” recently published in script form and giving us new information on the wizarding world, the age-old question comes out again: Is this canon? Everyone seems to have their own opinion, so I thought, “Why not throw in my two cents?”
Editorial writer hpboy13 examines the causes and implications of the great canon debate and tries to puzzle out where “Cursed Child” fits.