TV and Movies·Jun 15, 2020You Know Too Many Random “Harry Potter” Facts If You Can Ace This QuizAre you a true Potterhead?by Morgan SlossBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink What form does a boggart take in front of Molly Weasley? Warner Bros. Her dead family Correct Incorrect Her dead family Via Warner Bros. Voldemort's face Correct Incorrect Voldemort's face Via Warner Bros. The Burrow burning Correct Incorrect The Burrow burning Via Warner Bros. Hogwarts destroyed Correct Incorrect Hogwarts destroyed Via Warner Bros. Correct! Wrong! Her dead family! In the Order of the Phoenix, Harry walks in on Molly to see a dead Ron on the ground. The boggart changes shape to different members of her family including Harry, which is sad but sweet. Via Warner Bros. How many players are on a Quidditch team? Warner Bros. 7 Correct Incorrect 7 Via Warner Bros. 9 Correct Incorrect 9 Via Warner Bros. 12 Correct Incorrect 12 Via Warner Bros. 14 Correct Incorrect 14 Via Warner Bros. Correct! Wrong! Seven! There are three Chasers, two Beaters, one Keeper, and one Seeker. Via Warner Bros. Which of these is NOT an ingredient of Polyjuice Potion? Warner Bros. Boomslang skin Correct Incorrect Boomslang skin Via Warner Bros. Lacewing flies Correct Incorrect Lacewing flies Via Warner Bros. Horn of Bicorn Correct Incorrect Horn of Bicorn Via Warner Bros. Unicorn hair Correct Incorrect Unicorn hair Via Warner Bros. Correct! Wrong! Unicorn hair! This is not used in Polyjuice potion but as the core of many wands. Via Warner Bros. What is Hermione's middle name? Warner Bros. Joy Correct Incorrect Joy Via Warner Bros. Jean Correct Incorrect Jean Via Warner Bros. Jill Correct Incorrect Jill Via Warner Bros. Jade Correct Incorrect Jade Via Warner Bros. Correct! Wrong! Jean! We find out her middle name during the reading of Dumbledore's will. Via Warner Bros. When did Lily and James Potter die? Warner Bros. 1975 Correct Incorrect 1975 Via Warner Bros. 1981 Correct Incorrect 1981 Via Warner Bros. 1992 Correct Incorrect 1992 Via Warner Bros. 1999 Correct Incorrect 1999 Via Warner Bros. Correct! Wrong! 1981! According to their headstone, Lily and James Potter were killed by Voldemort on Halloween night of 1981 when Harry was just one year old. Via Warner Bros. What is Arthur Weasley's Patronus? Warner Bros. Rabbit Correct Incorrect Rabbit Via Warner Bros. Cheetah Correct Incorrect Cheetah Via Warner Bros. Weasel Correct Incorrect Weasel Via Warner Bros. Duck Correct Incorrect Duck Via Warner Bros. Correct! Wrong! Weasel! Mr. Weasley's weasel Patronus shows up twice in the Deathly Hallows to send messages to Harry and the family. Via Getty Images Who is NOT a founder of Hogwarts? Warner Bros. Godric Gryffindor Correct Incorrect Godric Gryffindor Via Warner Bros. Helena Ravenclaw Correct Incorrect Helena Ravenclaw Via Warner Bros. Helga Hufflepuff Correct Incorrect Helga Hufflepuff Via Warner Bros. Salazar Slytherin Correct Incorrect Salazar Slytherin Via Warner Bros. Correct! Wrong! Helena Ravenclaw! Also known as the Grey Lady, Helena is the daughter of founder Rowena Ravenclaw. Via Warner Bros. What is Ron's middle name? Warner Bros. William Correct Incorrect William Via Warner Bros. Arthur Correct Incorrect Arthur Via Warner Bros. Bilius Correct Incorrect Bilius Via Warner Bros. Alfred Correct Incorrect Alfred Via Warner Bros. Correct! Wrong! Bilius! Not to be confused with his older brother's name, Bill, which is a nickname for William. Via Warner Bros. What is a Squib? Warner Bros. A dessert popular with goblins Correct Incorrect A dessert popular with goblins Via Warner Bros. Wizard-born non-magical person Correct Incorrect Wizard-born non-magical person Via Warner Bros. Hagrid's favorite magical creature Correct Incorrect Hagrid's favorite magical creature Via Warner Bros. Someone who practices dark magic Correct Incorrect Someone who practices dark magic Via Warner Bros. Correct! Wrong! Wizard-born non-magical person! A Squib is someone who can't practice magic despite having wizarding parents. Argus Filch is an example of this terrible misfortune. Via Warner Bros.