Corrected entry: In Flight of the Fat Lady [Chapter 8] When Lupin says: It would assume the shape of Lord Voldemort. referring to the dementor, the book explains Harry is taken aback, because it is the first time that anyone other than Dumbledore has said the name to Harry. However in Sorcerer/Philosopher's Stone Hagrid, albeit reluctantly, says his name.
Corrected entry: In the chapter titled Hermione's Secret, Dumbledore says, "Miss Granger, you know the law you know what is at stake. ... You must not be seen." when instructing Harry and Hermione to use the time turner to go back and save Sirius. Throughout the chapter, Hermione tells Harry that they must not be seen and that he can't interfere for it is against wizarding law. However, during the entire school year Hermione has been using the same time-turner and has been going back in time to complete classes so every time she uses it she obviously has been seen by everyone in her class (as pointed out by Ron. He brings up Hermione's mysterious ability to attend two classes at once, saying "And ErnieMcMillan told me she's never missed a Muggle Studies class, but half of them are at the same time as Divination, and she's never missed one of them either!"). Since she is allowing herself to be seen in those cases, why can they not allow themselves to be seen to change the p
Corrected entry: In Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, Marcus Flint is described as a "troll-like 6th year". Yet in the Prisoner of Azkaban, Flint is still captain of the Slytherin Quidditch team. There are only 7 years in Hogwarts and there is no mention of Flint being held back a year or anything else which would explain why he is present in what would be his 8th year at Hogwarts.
Corrected entry: In the beginning of the book when Harry found the Knight Bus, Stan Shunpike is telling Harry what he can do for a certain amount of Sickles, like 11 to get to London. Harry chose one and it said that he handed Stan gold, which would be Galleons, not silver Sickles.
Corrected entry: After Harry and Hermione return from saving Buckbeak and Sirius, Dumbledore had locked them in the hospital wing. However, it says that Harry and Hermione slipped back into the dormitory, whereas it should be the hospital wing.
Corrected entry: In chapter 19, it says that Voldemort was in hiding for 15 years. If he only lost his powers 12 years ago, why would he have been hiding for the extra 3 years?
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