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"I’m the sixth in our family to go to Hogwarts. You could say I got a lot to live up to. Bill and Charlie have already left – Bill was head boy and Charlie was captain of Quidditch. Now Percy’s a prefect. Fred and George mess around a lot, but they still get really good marks and everyone thinks they’re really funny. Everyone expects me to do as well as the others, but if I do, it’s no big deal, because they did it first."

Sorcerer Stone Book Mistake
  • Fred says: “We haven’t won [the Quidditch Cup] since Charlie left…” However, according to JKR, Charlie is three years older than Percy (who is in his fifth year at the time), so Charlie should still have been in Hogwarts the year before. This makes Fred’s statement as: “We haven’t won since last year!”

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OKAY BUT JUST IMAGINE WHEN REMUS FINDS OUT THAT 3 OF HIS BEST FRIENDS ARE DEAD AND ONE IS IN JAIL. IMAGINE THE SOBBING AND THE CRYING THAT WONT STOP BC THEY ARE GONE THEY ARE REALLY GONE AND THEY ARE NEVER COMING BACK
HE CANT BEGIN TO THINK OF A WORLD WITHOUT THEM AND HES ON THE FLOOR CRYING SO HARD THAT IT HURTS

NO MORE SMIRKS OR LAUGHS OR JAMES OR LILY OR SIRIUS OR PETER
EVERYTHING IS GONE

The Fur-Bearing Trout

One of the many magical creatures native to the American wilds that came to the attention of Muggle explorers, the fur-bearing trout is native to the frigid waters of Canada and the northern United States. The trout is easily identifiable by its thick coat of fur, which, when harvested, has a variety of magical uses. Trout fur can be woven into extremely warm articles of clothing that are resistant to frost based magics. It is also useful in potions that allow normally air-breathing mammals to breath underwater for short periods of time.

Despite these magical traits, the fur-bearing trout seems otherwise normal, showing neither advanced intelligence or traits otherwise abnormal to other fish species. Had Wizardkind not actually taken the time and effort to hide the creature’s existence from Muggles they might not actually have to. Even frogs, after all, have uses in potions in spells, but no one has ever suggested attempting to disguise the common bullfrog from the non-magical population of the world. Now the DSO has had to take steps similar to those deployed against the Jackalope.

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