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"Marlene’s crying upstairs and Sirius is busy pacing the living room and draining the liquor cabinet." Lily pinched the bridge of her nose with an exasperated sigh. "For two people claiming they hate each other, they sure spend a lot of time being heartbroken over each other…"

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"Watch what you’re doing, James!" Lily exclaimed, pushing his hand away from his cauldron. The potion inside was bubbling furiously, and she glared at him.
"Sorry Evans," he said, abashed. "It’s just hard for me to focus with the most beautiful potions expert standing next to me," he explained with a grin.
Lily blushed, but tried to keep her expression stern. “Just… try not to blow up your cauldron, Potter. I like my eyebrows as they are.”
"Me too," James agreed, still grinning as he continued dropping ingredients into his cauldron.

"Watch what you’re doing, James!" Lily exclaimed, pushing his hand away from his cauldron. The potion inside was bubbling furiously, and she glared at him.

"Sorry Evans," he said, abashed. "It’s just hard for me to focus with the most beautiful potions expert standing next to me," he explained with a grin.

Lily blushed, but tried to keep her expression stern. “Just… try not to blow up your cauldron, Potter. I like my eyebrows as they are.”

"Me too," James agreed, still grinning as he continued dropping ingredients into his cauldron.

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shacklebot:

and—-killthespare:

harry potter 30 day challenge - day 4 - favourite villain

"My Lord, I want to volunteer myself for this task. I want to kill the boy."
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The word werewolf derives from Old English wer/were and wulf. The first part, wer, translates as “man.” An alternative etymology derives from Old English weri (to wear); in this case “werewolf” would indicate a warrior who wore wolf-pelts, noted for his uncontrollable battle rage. A third possible derivation is from warg-wolf/vargulf, a term referring to a rogue wolf.

The term lycanthropy comes from Ancient Greek λυκάνθρωπος (lykánthropos): λύκος (lýkos) (“wolf”) + άνθρωπος (ánthrōpos) (“human”).

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narcissamafoy:

"Let go, Bella!" snarled Narcissa, and she drew a wand from beneath her cloak, holding it threateningly in the other’s face. Bella merely laughed.

"Cissy, your own sister? You wouldn’t-"

"There is nothing I wouldn’t do anymore!" Narcissa breathed, a note of hysteria in her voice, and she brought down the wand like a knife.

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themaraudersaredead:

Refresh the Fancast For The Love of God: Girish Kumar as James Potter

“It was as though he was looking at himself but with deliberate mistakes. James’s eyes were hazel, his nose was longer than Harry’s, and there was no scar on his forehead, but they had the same thin face, same mouth, same eyebrows. James’ hair stuck up at the back exactly as Harry’s did, his hands could have been Harry’s and Harry could tell that when James stood up they would be within an inch of each other’s heights.”

themaraudersaredead:

Refresh the Fancast For The Love of God: Girish Kumar as James Potter

“It was as though he was looking at himself but with deliberate mistakes. James’s eyes were hazel, his nose was longer than Harry’s, and there was no scar on his forehead, but they had the same thin face, same mouth, same eyebrows. James’ hair stuck up at the back exactly as Harry’s did, his hands could have been Harry’s and Harry could tell that when James stood up they would be within an inch of each other’s heights.”

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"I am sorry too," said Lupin. "Sorry I will never know him… but he will know why I died and I hope he will understand. I was trying to make a world in which he could live a happier life."

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