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Replied to DarkwinterTime
Or a capicitor if you want a better equivalent

Once done, Harry said he intended to do some self study in another part of the castle and encouraged Hermione to figure out what she wanted to learn next without being told by a teacher or syllabus. This of course led her to scurrying off to the library. Neville went back to the Gryffindor common rooms to see what the other students were doing. Harry noticed Neville's confidence increased once Harry showed him how to use magic in spite of his wand rather than with it. Neville was using a badly fitted wand for him and Harry had already told him he should either get a new one or learn wandless magic. Considering how much his gran worried him, Neville seemed inclined towards the latter.

Harry Potter The Mutant Obscurus Gamer

Harry Potter The Mutant Obscurus Gamer

Book&Literature · GnomeBob

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Replied to nek0_slavie
Shrug maybe but there are worse things than death

This meant that the moment I chose Necromancy, all the experience accumulated in this body from evocation was transferred to Necromancy, unlocking spells up to level 20. I could get out of here now.

Hungry Necromancer

Hungry Necromancer

Fantasy · Tim_Saian

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Replied to alucardtfs
Once again putting words into my mouth, i never said anyone agreed with me you said that and considering you were saying that you were changing the subject so

It was Sunday, meaning it was the day for his interview with the BBC channel to be recorded. He had already given 6 interviews to newspapers and it collectively gathered him 460£ (6533£ today). On average, one newspaper gave him about 80£ (nearly 1000£). His father told him that there were still 5 more papers from other countries. Also, BBC1 should be able to give him more than papers.

Harry Potter: Blood of the Dragon[COMPLETE]

Harry Potter: Blood of the Dragon[COMPLETE]

Book&Literature · MisterImmortal

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Replied to alucardtfs
I never said you did, or that anyone did for that matter but good way to try and change the subject

It was Sunday, meaning it was the day for his interview with the BBC channel to be recorded. He had already given 6 interviews to newspapers and it collectively gathered him 460£ (6533£ today). On average, one newspaper gave him about 80£ (nearly 1000£). His father told him that there were still 5 more papers from other countries. Also, BBC1 should be able to give him more than papers.

Harry Potter: Blood of the Dragon[COMPLETE]

Harry Potter: Blood of the Dragon[COMPLETE]

Book&Literature · MisterImmortal

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Replied to Endless_Crow
Yes , I over simplified for a reason, I never feel comfortable using the Germans of WW2 era as an example it is a multiheaded burdock that just gums everything up and old ATG could be just as brutal you do not conquer that much as a sweet tempered individual

I was also watching the most V-TV i could, since Quirrell would lose his subscription soon and I won't be able to bum off of his account for much longer. I was able to learn way too many Dark Arts from the guy, making me wonder if he even remembered how to preform normal magic. Even his defense for Slytherin's locket was a dark potion, I mean common mate, don't just ditch your foundations. But I did find out that the man didn't find more power from the dark arts, they found an outlet through him. It's a key difference in my opinion. This is why i now believe that although Voldemort is a lot more lethal than Grindelwald, with his philosophy and methods, the latter his more dangerous because he made the dark arts his while retaining his brilliance. The simplest comparison I can think of would be the differences between the Joker and Lex Luthor.

Harry Potter and the Rise of the Protector

Harry Potter and the Rise of the Protector

Book&Literature · Alexander_the_grey

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Replied to Endless_Crow
Agreed

I was also watching the most V-TV i could, since Quirrell would lose his subscription soon and I won't be able to bum off of his account for much longer. I was able to learn way too many Dark Arts from the guy, making me wonder if he even remembered how to preform normal magic. Even his defense for Slytherin's locket was a dark potion, I mean common mate, don't just ditch your foundations. But I did find out that the man didn't find more power from the dark arts, they found an outlet through him. It's a key difference in my opinion. This is why i now believe that although Voldemort is a lot more lethal than Grindelwald, with his philosophy and methods, the latter his more dangerous because he made the dark arts his while retaining his brilliance. The simplest comparison I can think of would be the differences between the Joker and Lex Luthor.

Harry Potter and the Rise of the Protector

Harry Potter and the Rise of the Protector

Book&Literature · Alexander_the_grey

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Replied to Endless_Crow
And yes It is nice to debate someone with a different point of view who does not get angry and resort to name calling and foolishness.

I was also watching the most V-TV i could, since Quirrell would lose his subscription soon and I won't be able to bum off of his account for much longer. I was able to learn way too many Dark Arts from the guy, making me wonder if he even remembered how to preform normal magic. Even his defense for Slytherin's locket was a dark potion, I mean common mate, don't just ditch your foundations. But I did find out that the man didn't find more power from the dark arts, they found an outlet through him. It's a key difference in my opinion. This is why i now believe that although Voldemort is a lot more lethal than Grindelwald, with his philosophy and methods, the latter his more dangerous because he made the dark arts his while retaining his brilliance. The simplest comparison I can think of would be the differences between the Joker and Lex Luthor.

Harry Potter and the Rise of the Protector

Harry Potter and the Rise of the Protector

Book&Literature · Alexander_the_grey

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N… if Alexander the Great had guns to…. I am saying you are making faulty false comparisons.

I was also watching the most V-TV i could, since Quirrell would lose his subscription soon and I won't be able to bum off of his account for much longer. I was able to learn way too many Dark Arts from the guy, making me wonder if he even remembered how to preform normal magic. Even his defense for Slytherin's locket was a dark potion, I mean common mate, don't just ditch your foundations. But I did find out that the man didn't find more power from the dark arts, they found an outlet through him. It's a key difference in my opinion. This is why i now believe that although Voldemort is a lot more lethal than Grindelwald, with his philosophy and methods, the latter his more dangerous because he made the dark arts his while retaining his brilliance. The simplest comparison I can think of would be the differences between the Joker and Lex Luthor.

Harry Potter and the Rise of the Protector

Harry Potter and the Rise of the Protector

Book&Literature · Alexander_the_grey

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Replied to Endless_Crow
And you are trying to compare Al Capone to Alexander The Great, Yes they did things differently and got different results but I see one as a terrorist who is a coward at heart and one who does not fear much of anything

I was also watching the most V-TV i could, since Quirrell would lose his subscription soon and I won't be able to bum off of his account for much longer. I was able to learn way too many Dark Arts from the guy, making me wonder if he even remembered how to preform normal magic. Even his defense for Slytherin's locket was a dark potion, I mean common mate, don't just ditch your foundations. But I did find out that the man didn't find more power from the dark arts, they found an outlet through him. It's a key difference in my opinion. This is why i now believe that although Voldemort is a lot more lethal than Grindelwald, with his philosophy and methods, the latter his more dangerous because he made the dark arts his while retaining his brilliance. The simplest comparison I can think of would be the differences between the Joker and Lex Luthor.

Harry Potter and the Rise of the Protector

Harry Potter and the Rise of the Protector

Book&Literature · Alexander_the_grey

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Replied to Endless_Crow
And no Grindy had people world wide terrified and all Moldy manages is most of the U…

I was also watching the most V-TV i could, since Quirrell would lose his subscription soon and I won't be able to bum off of his account for much longer. I was able to learn way too many Dark Arts from the guy, making me wonder if he even remembered how to preform normal magic. Even his defense for Slytherin's locket was a dark potion, I mean common mate, don't just ditch your foundations. But I did find out that the man didn't find more power from the dark arts, they found an outlet through him. It's a key difference in my opinion. This is why i now believe that although Voldemort is a lot more lethal than Grindelwald, with his philosophy and methods, the latter his more dangerous because he made the dark arts his while retaining his brilliance. The simplest comparison I can think of would be the differences between the Joker and Lex Luthor.

Harry Potter and the Rise of the Protector

Harry Potter and the Rise of the Protector

Book&Literature · Alexander_the_grey

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You mean Snape ran the school , he was a double agent so no Moldy never did

I was also watching the most V-TV i could, since Quirrell would lose his subscription soon and I won't be able to bum off of his account for much longer. I was able to learn way too many Dark Arts from the guy, making me wonder if he even remembered how to preform normal magic. Even his defense for Slytherin's locket was a dark potion, I mean common mate, don't just ditch your foundations. But I did find out that the man didn't find more power from the dark arts, they found an outlet through him. It's a key difference in my opinion. This is why i now believe that although Voldemort is a lot more lethal than Grindelwald, with his philosophy and methods, the latter his more dangerous because he made the dark arts his while retaining his brilliance. The simplest comparison I can think of would be the differences between the Joker and Lex Luthor.

Harry Potter and the Rise of the Protector

Harry Potter and the Rise of the Protector

Book&Literature · Alexander_the_grey

David_Larrow
Replied to Endless_Crow
How did that eme go again …. one took over most of everything the other never took over his high school ….

I was also watching the most V-TV i could, since Quirrell would lose his subscription soon and I won't be able to bum off of his account for much longer. I was able to learn way too many Dark Arts from the guy, making me wonder if he even remembered how to preform normal magic. Even his defense for Slytherin's locket was a dark potion, I mean common mate, don't just ditch your foundations. But I did find out that the man didn't find more power from the dark arts, they found an outlet through him. It's a key difference in my opinion. This is why i now believe that although Voldemort is a lot more lethal than Grindelwald, with his philosophy and methods, the latter his more dangerous because he made the dark arts his while retaining his brilliance. The simplest comparison I can think of would be the differences between the Joker and Lex Luthor.

Harry Potter and the Rise of the Protector

Harry Potter and the Rise of the Protector

Book&Literature · Alexander_the_grey

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Replied to David_Larrow
Even animals will dig for wate… so not much tech but It is harder for them to become polluted

Zhan waved him off as she spoke, "Water is very essential for us as of this morning the pond has been officially declared unfit for consumption without this water we are as good as dead."

A technomancer’s journey in an apocalyptic world

A technomancer’s journey in an apocalyptic world

Sci-fi · SagelyDaoist

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Replied to Dragoma
Depends on the size of the aquifer and precipitation to renew it

Zhan waved him off as she spoke, "Water is very essential for us as of this morning the pond has been officially declared unfit for consumption without this water we are as good as dead."

A technomancer’s journey in an apocalyptic world

A technomancer’s journey in an apocalyptic world

Sci-fi · SagelyDaoist

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