Ministry of potter


Ministry of potter

  1. happy very laaatee buffdaay on may 5th bertie gilbert! he was playing as scorpius malfoy on harry potter and the deathly hallows part2. he’s such an amazing, isn’t he?

    happy very laaatee buffdaay on may 5th bertie gilbert! he was playing as scorpius malfoy on harry potter and the deathly hallows part2. he’s such an amazing, isn’t he?

  2. the history of 12-grimmauld place

    12 Grimmauld Place was the ancestral home of the Black family. It was located in London, in a Muggle neighbourhood, and the location was protected by a Fidelius Charm.as the house was invisible to the neighbourhood residents,Muggles have long since accepted the mistake in numbering which landed number 13 next to number 11. In 1995, the home became the headquarters for the Order of the Phoenix with the consent of Sirius Black, with Albus Dumbledore becoming Secret-Keeper. After Dumbledore’s death in 1997, everyone in whom he confided the location of 12 Grimmauld Place to became a Secret-Keeper. It is unknown how Sirius Black inherited it as he was disowned or how it was passed to Harry Potter as it should have been received by Bellatrix Lestrange who would have passed it to her nephew Draco Malfoy. For it to have been inherited by Harry Potter is a flagrant breach of the inheritance laws, private property or not. It can be speculated that Walburga Black left her wealth to her nieces instead of her son but made no mention of the house, since she deemed it unlikely that he will inherit and the Malfoys have their Manor. -salsa-

  3. dumbledemort:

    Tom: This is our second home, basically. It’s going to be sad to have to leave this place, for a while.

    Mathew: I don’t think in film history there has been anything quite like it. We’ve all grown up with these characters. With each other.

    Emma: I don’t feel like it will ever be over. I feel like I’ll always take it around with me, it will always be a part of who I am. Just… it will always be a part of my life.

    Daniel: This has been my life, I don’t know what my day to day life consists of without you. All of you. I just want to say I’ve loved every minute and I thank you all very, very much for making that possible.

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  4. The Golden Trio’s red, pink, and blue clothing scheme

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  8. write-mudblood:

Day 07 - Favorite ‘Order of the Phoenix’ moment

The concern on Hermione’s face at the moment was very touching. It was like, while everyone else was enjoying the merriment around her, she still found time to look at Harry. Despite the distance between them, she was still the first to notice him falter, the first to approach and aid him. 

    write-mudblood:

    Day 07 - Favorite ‘Order of the Phoenix’ moment

    The concern on Hermione’s face at the moment was very touching. It was like, while everyone else was enjoying the merriment around her, she still found time to look at Harry. Despite the distance between them, she was still the first to notice him falter, the first to approach and aid him. 

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  10. coolbreeeze:

sydneyaugust:

J.K. Rowling’s Plot Spreadsheet for ‘Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix’
She divides the columns by chapter number, story timeline, chapter title, main plots and subplots.
“If you blow that image up and look at it, it’s fascinating. Rowling outlines each chapter in detail including which month of the school year it takes place in, the title and the plot. All of that seems standard. But it’s the next few columns where things get really good. 
She keeps track of all the book’s subplots in every chapter and how they are developing in the real world of the book, even if they aren’t mentioned on the page. So, there’s a full column on “The Prophecy” which is the main subplot Harry is worried about throughout the book. Then there’s a column for the romantic subplot, titled “Cho/Ginny” followed by “D.A.” which follows what’s going on with Harry, Ron and Hermione’s resistance group “Dumbledore’s Army,” one called “O of P,” a column about what’s the latest with the “Order of the Phoenix,” a.k.a, the people who believe Voldemort is still alive, then separate columns for Snape (and others, I can’t read Rowlings writing) and the Hagrid and Grawp story.
If you think about Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, that’s it. Those columns pretty much encompass the whole story. Frankly, I’m surprised there isn’t a column for Dolores Umbridge but this surely isn’t the full extent of Rowling’s outlining. Really, it’s just a small window into her genius.”
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This just goes to show that you can write a truly great story and outline it all on notebook paper.

    coolbreeeze:

    sydneyaugust:

    J.K. Rowling’s Plot Spreadsheet for ‘Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix’

    She divides the columns by chapter number, story timeline, chapter title, main plots and subplots.

    “If you blow that image up and look at it, it’s fascinating. Rowling outlines each chapter in detail including which month of the school year it takes place in, the title and the plot. All of that seems standard. But it’s the next few columns where things get really good.

    She keeps track of all the book’s subplots in every chapter and how they are developing in the real world of the book, even if they aren’t mentioned on the page. So, there’s a full column on “The Prophecy” which is the main subplot Harry is worried about throughout the book. Then there’s a column for the romantic subplot, titled “Cho/Ginny” followed by “D.A.” which follows what’s going on with Harry, Ron and Hermione’s resistance group “Dumbledore’s Army,” one called “O of P,” a column about what’s the latest with the “Order of the Phoenix,” a.k.a, the people who believe Voldemort is still alive, then separate columns for Snape (and others, I can’t read Rowlings writing) and the Hagrid and Grawp story.

    If you think about Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, that’s it. Those columns pretty much encompass the whole story. Frankly, I’m surprised there isn’t a column for Dolores Umbridge but this surely isn’t the full extent of Rowling’s outlining. Really, it’s just a small window into her genius.”

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    This just goes to show that you can write a truly great story and outline it all on notebook paper.

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  14. taylorstarsuponthars:


Emma &amp; Rupert | It’s not really a goodbye, afterall…

The middle picture though… OMFG!

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    Emma & Rupert | It’s not really a goodbye, afterall…

    The middle picture though… OMFG!

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