I've got to say... Harry Potter is my life. It has always been with me, and was one of the first books that got me into fantasy. Needless to say, I have a large obsession with fantasy.

Anyways, because I'm a dork, I'm going to do the HP tag. So, here it goes...

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Favourite Book?
Chamber of Secrets. Even though Moaning Myrtle gives me the chill, I loved that book.

Least Favourite Book?
Order of the Phoenix. There is so much hate towards... you guessed it - Professor Umbridge. I wanted to throw myself into the book and slap her. I hated her more than Voldemort

Favourite Movie?
It's Prisoner of Azkaban. Sirius is back and the movie was amazing, especially the part where Harry blew up that rude lady. 

Least Favourite Movie?
Half-Blood Prince. I honestly didn't enjoy how it turned out.

Favourite Quote?
"You're just as sane as I am." 

Favourite Weasley?
It's Fred. God, I'm gonna cry just thinking about his death. His last words tho...

Favourite Female Character?
A lot of people would pick Hermione but I honestly just love Luna. She's eccentric and she's lived through horrors and yet she doesn't let anyone get to her. She embraces her strangeness, and she taught me to embrace mine. 

Favourite Villain?
Bellatrix. I mean, look at her. 

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Favourite Male Character?
It has to be Neville - Neville, who stood up to his friends. Neville, who fought and slashed that snake when nobody could not, who stood up to Voldemort in their darkest moments. 

Favourite Professor?
Obviously McGonagall. She's the most sassiest, strict, and amazing teacher. She stood up to Umbridge, that *swears*.

Would you rather A) wash Snape's hair or B) spend a day listening to Lockhart rant about himself?
I'd wash Snape's hair. I'd rather rot than listen to Lockhart praise himself. 

Would you rather duel A) an elated Bellatrix or B) an angry Molly?
Definitely Bellatrix. It would be fun, and angry Molly gives me the chills.

Would you rather travel to Hogwarts via A) Hogwarts Express or B) Flying Car?
Hogwarts Express. That would be fun, and I could look at the scenery instead of screaming into the air. 

Would you rather A) Kiss Voldemort or B) give Umbridge a bubble bath?
Kiss VoldemortUmbridge can wash herself.

Would you rather A) ride a Hippogriff or B) ride a Firebolt?
Hippogriff obvs. That would be so much fun.

Is there a character you felt differently about in the movies?
No, not really.

Is there a movie you preferred to the book?
No movie can ever match a book. 

Richard Harris or Michael Gambon as Dumbledore?
Richard.

Your top thing (person or event) that wasn’t in the movie that you wanted there the most?
The deleted scene in Dealthy Hallows (part 1) where Aunt Petunia and Harry were talking, where she said "You didn't just lose a mother."

If you could remake any of the Harry Potter movies which would it be?
Half-Blood Prince.

Which house was your first gut feeling you’d be a part of?
Like most other kids, I yearned to be part of Gryffindor

Which house were you actually sorted into on Pottermore?
Ravenclaw, and I'm proud of it. If you knew me, you'd definitely think I'm in Ravenclaw.

Which class would be your favourite?
Transfiguration probably.

Which spell do you think would be most useful to learn?
Lumos... So I can read in the dark.

Which character do you think you’d instantly become friends with?
Luna. I connect with her.

If you could own one of the three Hallows, which would it be?
The Invisibility Cloak, so I can sneak into the kitchen for food undetected.

Is there any aspect of the books you’d want to change?
I don't like the names harry picked out for his kids. 

Favourite Marauder?
can't choose between the three.

If you could bring one character back to life, which would it be?
Fred. I love Fred, and I can't imagine what George must be feeling, must be grieving. It hurts even more to know that George is without his twin.

Hallows or Horcruxes?
Hallows. 

That's it... As you can see I'm obsessed with Harry Potter. 

Anyways, what house were you sorted into?

Published by Estera Lea