Tuesday Trivia

Answers to Harry Potter Trivia, Part 1 (Not that You Need Them)

For the sake of completeness, here are your Harry Potter answers.  I’m going to have to get a little more devious next week.

  1. How does Hagrid camoflage his semi-functional broken wand? In a pink umbrella.
  2. How is the Wingardium Leviosa spell responsible for Harry, Ron and Hermione’s friendship? Hermione acts a bit like a know-it-all in Charms class while she and Ron are trying to learn the spell. Ron makes fun of her about it after class, which causes her to spend the rest of the day hiding in the bathroom, where the troll finds her later on. Ron and Harry then use the spell to knock out the troll with his own club and the three bond accordingly.
  3. At the end of year feast, who is awarded the points that push Gryffindor into the lead for the coveted House Cup award? It’s Neville. Awesome awesome Neville.
  4. What does Dobby dump on Aunt Marge in an attempt to get Harry into so much trouble that he won’t be allowed to go to Hogwarts? Yeah, this was a trick question, that’s it. Dobby dumps a violet pudding in the kitchen while the Masons are visiting, Aunt Marge doesn’t visit till the next book. I was trying to trick you, it had nothing to do with the fact that these questions are random bits that I remembered and I got a little confused.
  5. How does Harry kill the memory of Tom Riddle in the Chamber of Secrets? Stabs the his diary with the basilisk’s fang.
  6. How does Harry get away from the Dursleys in The Prisioner of Azkaban? The answer we were looking for here is The Knight Bus.
  7. When Scabbers disappears from Ron’s room, presumably eaten by Crookshanks, where is he later found? In Hagrid’s spare milk jug.
  8. What is Hermione’s time travel device called? The Time Turner.
  9. Name the two portkeys used in The Goblet of Fire. The two that Harry uses are an old boot and the tri-wizard cup.
  10. What were the three things Voldemort needed to come back to life?  Bone of the father, unknowingly given; flesh of the servant, willingly given; and blood of an enemy, forcibly taken.

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