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I have received my welcome barua pepe from Pottermore the siku before yesterday and I would like to tell wewe how I like it so far.


Exploring the Chapters
This is in my opinion the main thing wewe can do on Pottermore and I really liked it. The pictures for the different moments are very beautiful and I upendo the fact that wewe can zoom to three different levels so that different things come into focus. This makes everything seem zaidi real. When wewe songesha the cursor to the left au to the right, things in the picture that are closer to wewe will songesha further on the screen than things that are farther away....
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posted by Hades_Shadow
Sorry but since I have linked this to some other klabu it won't let me put a link to in in the viungo tab on this club. This RP will be better than most Harry Potter RP's because it will be very interactive. The only things needed are a Pottermore account and the information from it! When someone challenges wewe to a spell duel, Pottermore will be the medium of how wewe do it. wewe will go against each other multiple times and whoever wins that spell successfully casts it at the other RPer! The same will go with most other parts of the RP, and the house points here will be updated weekly based on the house points total there!

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These are the maswali and answer options from the Sorting Hat demonstration at the Pottermore Press Conference:


Question 1: When wewe die what would wewe most like people to do when they hear your name?
* Miss wewe and smile
* Ask for zaidi stories about your adventures
* Think in admiration of your achievements
* I don't care what people think about me when after I'm dead, it's when I'm alive that matters.

Question 2: Once every century, the Flutterby kichaka produces flowers that adapt their scent to attract the unwary. If it lured you, it would smell of:
* The sea
* Fresh parchment
* Home
* A crackling...
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posted by prim17luvr101
I’m Prefect Robert Hilliard, and I’m delighted to welcome wewe to RAVENCLAW HOUSE. Our emblem is the eagle, which soars where others cannot climb; our house colors are blue and bronze, and our common room is found at the juu of Ravenclaw Tower, behind a door with an Enchanted knocker. The arched windows set into the walls of our circular common room look down at the school grounds: the lake, the Forbidden Forest, the Quidditch pitch and the Herbology gardens. No other house in the school has such stunning views.

Without wishing to boast, this is the house where the cleverest witches and...
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Day 1 Clue
How many breeds of owl are featured on the Eeylops Owl Emporium sign?
Answer: 5
Multiply this number kwa 49.
Solution: 245

Day 2 Clue
What is the number of the chapter in which Professor McGonagall cancels the Quidditch match between Gryffindor and Hufflepuff?
Answer: 14
Multiply this number kwa 42.
Solution: 588
(Note: if wewe read the siku 2 clue in a language other than English wewe would have been asked to multiply the answer kwa a different number to ensure wewe saw the right language page.)

Day 3 Clue
In the Gryffindor versus Slytherin Quidditch match, in Harry’s third year, how...
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 Welcome to Slytherin
Welcome to Slytherin
Congratulations! I’m Prefect Gemma Farley, and I’m delighted to welcome wewe to SLYTHERIN HOUSE. Our emblem is the serpent, the wisest of creatures; our house colours are zumaridi, zamaradi green and silver, and our common room lies behind a concealed entrance down in the dungeons. As you’ll see, its windows look out into the depths of the Hogwarts lake. We often see the giant squid swooshing kwa – and sometimes zaidi interesting creatures. We like to feel that our hangout has the aura of a mysterious, underwater shipwreck.

Now, there are a few things wewe should know about Slytherin – and a few...
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posted by scissorRELLA07
Talk of Chamber of Secrets finally coming to Pottermore..

CEO Charlie Redmayne added that the release of book two, The Chamber of Secrets, was "weeks away", but that the site would be adding new interactive elements and community tools over the inayofuata few weeks. "It's a fantastic experience, but not yet as good as its going to be. We are working on book two now, I'm very pleased with some of the pages I've seen, and it will be coming as soon as possible..

I know that the book was supposed to open up during christmas, then January, but it is definitely looking like it is coming this summer.

What is your take on it? Is everyone as excited as I am?

link]http://www.thebookseller.com/news/pottermore-e-book-store-sells-%C2%A33m-first-month.html[/url][/url]
posted by prim17luvr101
Congratulations! I’m Prefect Percy Weasley, and I’m delighted to welcome wewe to GRYFFINDOR HOUSE. Our emblem is the lion, the bravest of all creatures; our house colors are scarlet and gold, and our common room lies up in Gryffindor Tower.

This is, quite simply, the best house at Hogwarts. It’s where the bravest and boldest end up – for instance: Albus Dumbledore! Yes, Dumbledore himself, the greatest wizard of our time, was a Gryffindor! If that’s not enough for you, I don’t know what is.

I won’t keep wewe long, as all wewe need to do to find out zaidi about your house is to follow Harry Potter and his Marafiki as I lead them up to their dormitories. Enjoy your time at Hogwarts – but how could wewe fail to? You’ve become part of the best house in the school.
posted by peppergirl30
 Welcome to Hufflepuff!
Welcome to Hufflepuff!
Congratulations! I’m Prefect Gabriel Truman, and I’m delighted to welcome wewe to HUFFLEPUFF HOUSE. Our emblem is the badger, an animal that is often underestimated, because it lives quietly until attacked, but which, when provoked, can fight off wanyama much larger than itself, including wolves. Our house colours are yellow and black, and our common room lies one floor below the ground, on the same corridor as the kitchens.

Now, there are a few things wewe should know about Hufflepuff house. First of all, let’s deal with a perennial myth about the place, which is that we’re the least...
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