Niffler
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Are there other half-breeds in Harry Potter?
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There are various examples of Half-Breeds. Part Veela First off, Fleur Delacour and her sister Gabrielle are Half Veela. Fleur is part Veela, and therefore possesses some of their magical powers.- ...

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Why did Hagrid live in a hut?
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The location was ideal for a Gamekeeper. Also, it suits Hagrid's quirks and his large size. Here are a few quotes from Pottermore Wizarding World: As anyone with a bit of property know-how will tell ...

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In Marvel Comics, what material is the Infinity Gauntlet itself made out of?
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Unclear. We never get any mention of what it's made of in the comics but we do know it is a piece of his suit so it's probably the same material as that. When the number of living things in the ...

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Just how old is Melisandre?
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Over 100 years old. Here are some excerpts from interviews. This latest turn of events actually shouldn’t come as a huge surprise. Way back in 2012, Melisandre actress Carice van Houten told ...

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YA book about a girl who is cloned and her clone does bad things
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This might be part of the Replica series by Marilyn Kaye. The one that sounds the most similar is Another Amy. Perfect Amy Candler tries hard to blend in with everyone else, but then she comes face ...

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Who was in Lex Luthor's cabinet?
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There were a few others that we know of. Presidential appointees The Luthor Cabinet [...] President Lex Luthor 2001–2003 Vice President Pete Ross 2001–2003 Secretary of Defense ...

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Where was Alastor Moody in Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince?
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Unclear. We do know that not everybody at the funeral took part in the battle, some of them just came for Dumbledore. An extraordinary assortment of people had already settled into half of the ...

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Was Claire Dearing blamed for any of Jurassic World's failings?
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Unclear, but it does seem like the third movie will be about Claire and Owen's "Redemption". EW: Mills (Rafe Spall) tells Owen and Claire they’re the “parents” of this new age. Will the ...

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What would be the effect of a combination of the Furnunculus Curse and the Jelly-Legs Curse?
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It seems to create little tentacles all over one's face. "Thought we'd see what those three were up to," said Fred matter-of-factly, stepping onto Goyle and into the compartment. He had his wand ...

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Which was the first story to feature orbital rings?
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Arthur C. Clarke but the idea was older. Here's a quote from the Wikipedia page. In the 1870s Nikola Tesla, while recovering from malaria, conceived a number of inventions including a ring around the ...

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What did Professor Quirrell's office look like?
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It was probably similar to how he decorated his classroom, which (in the films) was quite entertaining, here's a picture that I've edited to point out some of the more interesting things. So as you ...

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Which was the first story to feature space elevators?
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The Fountains of Paradise (1979) Jerome Pearson, President of STAR, Inc., conceived the idea of the space elevator in 1969 at the NASA Ames Research Center, and perfected the concept in the early ...

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Why are energy weapons seen as more acceptable in children's shows than guns that fire bullets?
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It really depends on the producer, but it's most commonly viewed as distasteful because of the idea that children might imitate what they see in the cartoon. This trope is a fairly cyclical one, ...

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Are there any magical plants mainly used for food purposes?
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Probably. I have stumbled across several plants that may or may not be magical but certainly aren't used in Muggle cuisine. Fruit preserve jars contain Crazyberry Jam, Forbidden Forest Blossom Honey, ...

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What is the difference between Diffindo and Sectumsempra?
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Sectumsempra is just more powerful. I found an interesting Quora post on this and it seems relevant enough so here goes... Sectumsempra is extremely similar to a severing charm named Diffindo. Here's ...

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Where does Hermione live?
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Unclear. In the books we never get a clear indicator of where she lives, but from the movies she lives in Hampstead, London. Now’s your chance to live like Hermione Granger—during summer vacation ...

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Does wandcore or element affect a wand's ability?
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Yes, wandcores do affect the wands abilities. Unicorn Hair Produces the most consistent magic. Unicorn hair generally produces the most consistent magic, and is least subject to fluctuations and ...

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Does Lena suspect Supergirl's identity?
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No. There was an interview in which the executive producer Andrew Kreisberg and he confirmed that Lena does not know. In the wake of the Supergirl season 2 finale, and the discovery that Cat Grant ...

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What are the names of the three brothers in the Deathly Hallows tale?
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Antioch, Cadmus and Ignotus. We don't know how they got the Hallows but we do know for certain that it was these three brothers who were in the story. Three legendary objects owned and likely created ...

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Is it possible to stop Patronus messages from appearing?
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Probably Not. Nothing is ever mentioned about being able to stop a Patronus appearing to you, even if it was the bearer of bad news (i.e Kingsley), but we do know that Wizards with questionable morals ...

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Fidelius charm interaction with pensieve
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Unclear. I would guess that if the secret-keeper is giving up the information willingly and aware that they are giving it to the recipient of the memory then they should become aware. The Fidelius ...

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Was the Triwizard Tournament continued?
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Unclear. In the Pottermore article nothing is mentioned about it stopping. After some, er, accidents (all three champions were injured in 1792), the contest petered out. That was until its revival ...

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Book with an itinerant protagonist who is attacked by a floating head
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The Art of Arrow Cutting by Stephen Dedman. Michelangelo Magistrale, aka Mage, (and how's that for a name!) is a young drifter in a small Canadian town, on his way to wherever the Greyhound will take ...

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Can a Muggle inadvertently create a horcrux-like object?
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No. We know that it is for sure that Horcruxes can be made from non-magic murder, i.e the diary. The diary dates back to when Voldemort was still Tom Marvolo Riddle. After opening the Chamber of ...

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How was the Statute of Secrecy breached in 1749 and what measures were introduced to prevent a recurrence?
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It's unclear. The only event that I could find that was near 1749 is: Clause 73. “In 1750, Clause 73 was inserted in the International Code of Wizarding Secrecy, to which wizard ministries worldwide ...

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Star Trek: SCE - How many books?
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There are 87 Here's a list. The Belly of the Beast by Dean Wesley Smith 1 Fatal Error by Keith R. A. DeCandido 2 Hard Crash by Christie Golden 3 Interphase, Part One of Two by Dayton Ward 4 Have Tech,...

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Is the name Rookwood in any way special?
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There doesn't seem to be a hidden meaning. The name Rookwood belongs to the early history of Britain, it's origins lie with the Anglo-Saxons. It is a product of their having lived in a wooded area ...

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Did J.K. Rowling express approval of HPMoR?
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JKR approves of fan-fiction. The spokesman for the Christopher Little literary agency said: "JK Rowling's reaction is that she is very flattered by the fact there is such great interest in her ...

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Was the "Something Wicked This Way Comes" tag line to the Prisoner Of Azkaban movie poster taken from the 1962 Ray Bradbury novel of the same name?
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It's from Macbeth. First, i'd like to point out that the connection is made from the mention of that line: in the song Double Trouble. John Williams took the lyrics from the famous scene in William ...

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How many aurors guarded Hogwarts in Harry Potter's 6th year?
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Tonks mentions herself and 3 others. During Harry and Tonks' dialogue in HPB she mentions other Aurors guarding Hogwarts. "But what are you doing here, anyway?" Harry asked "I'm ...

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