Harry Potter quiz!

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16 Questions - Developed by: Zack - Developed on: - 5.936 taken

  • 1
    What death eater does the Trio meet when they break in at Gringotts?
  • 2
    What job does Ginny Weasley briefly have after the wizarding world ends?
  • 3
    Why does Hagrid use a pink umbrella for magic instead of getting a new wand?
  • 4
    Whose wand does Voldemort use at the battle of the seven potters?
  • 5
    What does Sirius Black call Buckbeak?
  • 6
    What is Hermione's boggart?
  • 7
    Who did Dumbledore have a crush on?
  • 8
    How do some wizards/witches become ghosts when they die?
  • 9
    Who was the original owner of Gryffindor's sword?
  • 10
    How do the death eaters track down the Trio after they Apparate from the wedding?
  • 11
    When the Snatchers ask for Hermione's name, what does she say her name is?
  • 12
    How does Rita Skeeter find out the information of so many people at Hogwarts?
  • 13
    How do Cedric and Fleur breathe underwater during the 2nd task?
  • 14
    What is one of the creatures that Professor Lupin teaches his class how to defend themselves from?
  • 15
    What potion does Harry Potter make in Slughorn's class when most of the students are taking their apparition test?
  • 16
    What is Harry Potter's first ever transfiguration lesson?

Comments (2)

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Violent Rose (63268)
685 days ago
Also, their first lesson in Transfiguration was turning a matchstick into a NEEDLE, not a toothpick.

I'm sorry.
Violent Rose (63268)
685 days ago
The answer to "What does Sirius Black call Buckbeak?" is wrong. Sirius doesn't call Buckbeak that, after Sirius died (In book 6) when Harry tells Dumbledore that he doesn't want to keep Buckbeak, and to let Hagrid keep him (Since Sirius left him everything including Buckbeak), Dumbledore then tells Harry to call Buckbeak Witherwings, as not to raise suspicion.
So Sirius couldn't have ever called him Witherwings since he had died by then....
(Is it bad that I remember that conversation that Dumbledore and Harry had word for word? Yes? It is? Oh... umm... bye then)