575. A muggleborn ravenclaw that shows up with a crow instead of an owl. When asked why they didn’t get an owl, they explain that they raised the crow and will not be abandoning it. The crow becomes kind of a mascot, but it does have a tendency to ‘accidentally’ poop in the slippers of terrible people and steal sweets from the kitchens before supper

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james’s eyes were hazel, his nose was slightly longer than harry’s and there was no scar on his forehead, but they had the same thing face, same mouth, same eyebrows; james’s hair stuck up at the back exactly as harry’s did, his hands could have been harry’s and harry could tell that, when james stood up, they would be within an inch of each other in height. james yawned hugely and rumpled up his hair, making it even messier than it had been. […] harry stared at wormtail for a moment, then back at james, who was now doodling on a bit of scrap parchment. he had drawn a snitch and was now tracing the letters ‘L.E’


Happy Birthday, James Fleamont Potter!

“You think I’m a fool?” demanded Harry.
“No, I think you’re like James,” said Lupin, “who would have regarded it as the height of dishonor to mistrust his friends.”

Hogwarts Houses' Favourite Shows
  • For anon
  • Gryffindor: Merlin (classic story, moral issues, themes of courage) (despite inaccuracy)
  • Slytherin: Game of Thrones (power struggle and themes of vengeance and distrust)
  • Ravenclaw: Sense8 (dynamic characters, witty writing, progressive attitude, inventive plot)
  • Hufflepuff: The Walking Dead (strong character growth with themes of perseverance and loyalty)

27 March 1960 - james fleamont potter

Your father is alive in you, Harry, and shows himself most plainly when you need of him. How else could you produce that particular patronus? Prongs rode again last night.