Wait. WHAT?!


SERIOUSLY?! I about fell out of my chair after reading this.

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  1. I've heard this before...some say it's fake...others not...there's a lot of debate going on about this.

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    1. I can see where this would be a teetering subject. It could be someone randomly writing this and saying JK said it... hmm. Well, I'm hoping it's true. It makes the story even cooler. (:

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  2. I've seen this before but I don't know if it's true - it just seems so unlikely!

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    1. But yet there's a slim possibility that it's true! But the unlikeliness is a bit higher...oh I just don't know what to think.

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  3. It makes perfect sense that the klutzy idiot named Harry Potter freed the one snake he would be forced to kill later. That's called making a mistake and backtracking rapidly.

    But seriously, this is Rowling's style. It makes sense.

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    1. Oh, come now. Don't insult poor Harry.

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    2. What is Rowling's style, exactly?
      And....WHOA I did not know that!!! How did He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named (odd way to refer to Voldemort, seeing as when he was born, he was named, right?) meet that snake anyway...I thought he went to Albania, not Brazil.

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    3. Y'know, I was wondering that myself...

      Hmm, I don't quite remember. It could also be that he changed his mind of where he was going.

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    4. Rowling's style is that of an enormous plotter who likes finding connections between books because she looks at a series as an ongoing story instead of a series of installments. In addition, she likes having Harry do stupid things without obviously horrible consequences.

      And yes, I'm insulting Harry, because I really don't like him.

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    5. Personally, I like the fact that she connects the books like that. Obert Skye did a bit of that with the LT books as well, and it was pretty cool, I'd say.

      I'm more of a Neville fan myself.

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    6. I don't like Neville either. The only partially decent character was Snape, and he was only decent for one book.

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    7. Neville is amazing. Secretly you know you like Neville.

      Mm, Snape. He was quite the debatable character for me. I was never fond of him, and then the last book went and decided that Snape should be the good guy in it. It's bizarre.

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  4. I don't quite understand...does J.K.Rowling mean that they only used the same snake to act as Nagini and the Brazil snake or that the snake Harry freed eventually met Voldemort and became a Horcrux?

    Neville is very likable, but I like Harry as well. Perhaps Harry is a bit too lucky sometimes, but as a whole he's probably my favorite character. And Hermione, I like Hermione as well.

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    1. I'd say the latter. The snake that is up there (that Harry set free in the first book/movie) eventually met Voldemort and Voldemort named it Nagini and used it for his Horcrux. I hope that cleared it up for you a bit! (:

      I agree, he does get overly lucky sometimes, but I do say that it is balanced out by how much tragedy and sadness he faces. Ah, Hermione. She's pretty awesome as well!

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