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This True Or False Quiz Will Determine If You're A Real Harry Potter Fan

Abandon hope, all muggles who enter here.

  1. Monkshood and aconite are the same plant.

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    Wrong! 

    That's true.

    In Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, Snape reveals that monkshood, wolfsbane, and aconite are all names for the same potion ingredient.

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  2. There are exactly 642 ways to foul in Quidditch.

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    Wrong! 

    That's false!

    According to Quidditch Through the Ages, there are exactly 700 ways to fowl in Quidditch.

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  3. The entrance to the prefect's bathroom is guarded by a mermaid statue.

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    Wrong! 

    That's false!

    There's a mermaid portrait inside the bathroom, but the toilets are guarded by a statue of Boris the Bewildered.

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  4. Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets is the longest of all the Potter films.

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    Wrong! 

    That's true!

    While Chamber of Secrets is the shortest book, at two hours and 45 minutes, it's actually got the longest running time of all eight films.

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  5. Before he found out he was a wizard, Dean Thomas's name was down for Eton.

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    Wrong! 

    That's false!

    But Hufflepuff Justin-Finch Fletchley was a shoe-in for the top Muggle school before receiving his Hogwarts letter.

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  6. Hedwig is the first character to die in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.

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    Wrong! 

    That's false!

    That sad honour goes to Muggle Studies professor, Charity Burbage.

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  7. The first Acromantula sighting occurred in 1764.

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    Wrong! 

    That's true.

    This wizard-bred mega spiders weren't yet made illegal under the Experimental Breeding Act at the time.

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  8. The Snitch was not an original aspect of Quidditch.

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    That's true!

    In the 13th century, Quidditch crossed paths with the rather cruel sport of Snidget Hunting, which led to a depletion in the population of the small gold birds. A century later, the modern charmed Snitch as we know it was invented.

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  9. According to Luna Lovegood, a Whigglespurt is an invisible creature that floats into your ears and makes your brain go fuzzy.

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    Wrong! 

    That's false.

    But a Whackspurt, on the other hand, will do exactly that.

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  10. An island off the coast of Scotland has been made unplottable because of an infestation of human-eating creatures.

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    That's true!

    The Isle of Drear is overrun with very nasty, very dangerous Quintapeds.

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  11. Erapitora is a spell that wizards use to get rid of an oncoming sneeze.

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    Wrong! 

    That's false.

    I literally made it up, sorry.

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  12. Aberforth Dumbeldore's favourite fairy tale is "Grumble the Grubby Goat."

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    Wrong! 

    That's true!

    I mean, of course it is. Albus confirmed in his notes on The Tales of Beedle The Bard.

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  13. A version of the first chapter of Harry Potter and the Halfblood Prince was originally the opening of Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone.

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    That's true!

    Early drafts of the first book, which include an opening scene in the muggle Prime Minister's office, were revealed in the British Museum's Hogwarts: A History exhibition and book this year.

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  14. The traditional Wizarding christmas pudding, glibbershunk, is prepared raw, then cooks on your tongue.

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    Wrong! 

    That's false!

    But I like to imagine it's true.

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  15. Professor Slughorn has an alarm clock that rings if a conversation gets too boring.

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    Wrong! 

    That's false!

    However, he does possess an hourglass that runs out according to how interesting a conversation is.

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  16. The dragon guarding Gringotts is a known as a Ukrainian Ironbelly.

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    Wrong! 

    That's true.

    The poor thing had it quite rough, but is finally flying free thanks to the Golden Trio.

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  17. Albus Dumbledore has written about a lost tale from Beedle the Bard titled, The Wishing Serpent and The Wilting Tree.

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    Wrong! 

    That's false!

    But I would 100% read that fanfic.

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  18. At a wizarding school in Uganda, students learn to become Animagi at 14.

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    Wrong! 

    That's true!

    According to Pottermore, students at Uagadou master the complicated magic while still in school.

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  19. The first of Adalbert Waffling’s Fundamental Laws of Magic warns against dividing things that should not be divided.

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    That's true.

    In his notes on The Tales Beedle the Bard, Dumbledore points out how the main character in "The Warlock's Hairy Heart" ignored the law by taking his heart out of his body.

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  20. The editor of the Daily Prophet is called Maximilian Quartermain.

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    Wrong! 

    That's false!

    The editor's byline is Barnabas Cuffe.

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  21. Eloise Midgen is a student known primarily for her acne.

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    Wrong! 

    That's true!

    Eloise's unfortunate cautionary tale is a Hogwarts legend: she tried to curse of her acne and ended up having to get Madame Pomfrey to reattach her nose.

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  22. In addition to giving gills when eaten, Gillyweed can also be dried, powdered, and snorted to give wizards power to understand Mermish above water.

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    Wrong! 

    That's false!

    It's not canon, but I feel like it should be, you know?

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