aka Red

  • I live in hogwarts
  • I was born on June 29
  • My occupation is student
  • I am female
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    August 14, 2012 by RedPandaPotter

    Hullo mates!

    A week from today I am returning to the heaven we all call school.

    Or, to some of you, it might not be heaven. But it is to me!

    Unfortunately, I'm going to a new school, so I'm having a bit of trouble navigating the halls seeing as it's a heck of a lot bigger than my old school, but a bit of school camp has got me feeling pretty good and confident. Now, to figure out how to properly and easily do a locker combo....well, that's for another time.

    Anyway, I thought it would be cool to come up with my time table/schedule for you guys to see. Smudge did this, I think, so I'll do it too!


    First Period:

    Extended Math w/Freeman, Room 209

    Second Period:

    Ext. English Lit. 2 w/Malsom, Room 208

    Third Period:

    Consumer Science w/Shike (now Ka…

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    In my most recent blog post (the one before very first!), I deduced that Tom Riddle's Basilisk was a female, which I concluded after reading Newt Scamander's Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.

    I am now going to attempt to deduce the exact location of Hogwarts. Which probably won't work, but, you know me. Well, actually, most of you don't, but, yeah. :)

    So, as you probably know if you're as obsessed as me, Hogwarts is in Scotland. Not in England as a lot of people believe, but it is in Scotland. Despite the fact that Muggles can't find it, and it is unplottable, I have searched Scotland on Google Maps (the 3D version where you see all of the plantlife and things), looking for a large loch and a large forest, as well as an open …

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    A Single Plume

    June 3, 2012 by RedPandaPotter

    Just recently I've realized something, that I don't know if anyone else realized, but they probably have.

    The Basilisk Harry killed in CoS...y'know, Riddle's Basilisk? I'm pretty sure it was a female.

    From reading Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them for the sixtieth time, that little bit of information clinked into my mind, and I don't remember it ever being mentioned that Harry's green-skinned 'friend' had a scarlet plume on top of its head. The males have a scarlet plume, the book said, and females don't. So, this leads to my conclusion, that the Basilisk was female.

    I guess that's all I have to say.


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