Every time Harry and Voldemort duel, they produce gold – literally. What is it about this connection that has an alchemical effect on Voldemort?
How did the seemingly charming Riddle turn into the obsessive mass murderer Voldemort? Click here for the psychology behind Riddle’s transformation.
What does Riddle’s Diary have to do with Pixar’s “Inside Out”? Find out in our article.
How does Parseltongue really work? You may not need to be the heir of Slytherin to find out.
Could Dumbledore’s forceful spell be connected to his search for Horcruxes? Read the final article in this series to find out.
In this Three Broomsticks guest post, Sophia Jenkins responds to “The Life and Lies of Albus Percival Wulfric Brian Dumbledore” by explaining her theory about why Dumbledore chose not to tell Harry he was a Horcrux and arguing that Snape was never told about the Elder Wand.
In this Three Broomsticks guest post, Sophia Jenkins responds to “The Life and Lies of Albus Percival Wulfric Brian Dumbledore” by debating whom Dumbledore intended to have the Elder Wand and whether or not he planned for Harry to be master of death.
Dumbledore’s plans often have two sides, and this one is no different: While Dumbledore pretends to be giving the sword of Gryffindor to Harry, he’s actually using it to hunt for Horcruxes.
When asking which book in the “Potter” series is the best, “Chamber of Secrets” always gets shafted. Here are five reasons why you should reconsider.