I had the idea when I saw a post with the houses in Italian so here we go ! :)
Pré-au-lard: Hogsmeade La cabane hurlante: Shrieking Shack Poudlard: Hogwarts Le terrier: The burrow Le chemin de Traverse: Diagon Alley Le chaudron baveur: Leaky Cauldron Les Trois Balais : Three Broomsticks Fleury et Botts : Flourish and Blotts Barjow and Beurk: Borgin and Burkes
Severus Rogue: Severus Snape Drago Malefoy: Draco Malfoy Dolores Ombrage: Dolores Umbridge Tom Elvis Jedusor: Tom Marvolo Riddle Rusard: Filch Mimi Geignarde: Moaning Myrtle Nick-Quasi-Sans-Tête: Nearly Headless Nick Le Moine Gras: The Fat Friar La Dame Grise: The Grey Lady Le Baron Sanglant : The Bloody Baron Barty Croupton: Barty Crouch
character designs for a silly harry potter comic i had planned but i probably will never get around to, where the students return to hogwarts to repeat their 7th year and muggle studies becomes compulsory. luna and draco fail amazingly, and hermione has to chaperone them as they take a 3 day field trip to muggle london. for the sake of the comic, i’d be subscribing to the theory that draco never took on the dark mark and actually showed a werewolf bite to borgin in order of the pheonix
Collecting things on Pottermore makes me feel like a bad person.
I “collected” like, six books from the Weasleys’ book shelf, and their fire tongs. I “collected” 5 galleons for Borgin and Burkes. I “collected” a book from Flourish and Blotts.
I mean, the galleons were in a drawer THAT I OPENED TO TAKE THEM FROM. The book was IN THE WINDOW OF THE STORE.
Any minute now the Pottermore Police (Potterlice?) are going to come after me and be like, “You didn’t have to collect those things. You could have said ‘no.’ Borgin was going to put that money towards a life-saving surgery for his daughter. The Weasleys froze to death because they couldn’t stoke their fire. THAT BOOK WAS ON RESERVE FOR SOMEONE.”
But they gave me house points, so it was all worth it, right?
Author’s unnecessary rambling: In which Tommy has a plan and I have exams
The old Vanishing Cabinet, he idly brings it up one night. Is it still on the first floor, by any chance?
Nope, she answers, popping the p in that way she knows he dislikes and that she does purely to annoy him. Can’t say I’ve seen it since my brothers shoved Montague in and sent it crushing. By the happy purr resounding through their connection, it’s a memory she deeply enjoys and he relishes in the waves of her viciousness. They must have stored the remains somewhere, though. Not the most appropriate thing to have in a school but it’s not like they ever throw anything away in this place. Sometimes, even the cold toast from breakfast makes it to dinner.