Top 10 Harry Potter Fan TheoriesExpect obvious spoilers if you haven't seen movies or books.
Petunia was always jealous of her sister, because she couldn't be a witch. When Petunia was a child she even sent an owl to Dumbledore because she wanted to go to Hogwarts and when she couldn't go she called it a "Freak School." Then the Dursley's met Lily and James again and there was an argument and Vernon really hated Harry because he looked like his father. Vernon was a bad father anyway I mean to his son he egged him on with bullying not punishing and Petunia was a bad mother she ignored Dudley's behaviour thought he was a baby angel. Dudley was just a bully and a spoilt brat. Vernon was the head of his office Grunnings who make drills. When did parents give their child 36 presents?
Aunt Marge we don't really know much about her, except she is a Muggle Umbridge and she loves dogs.
Yes I like this one. First, it makes total sense. Horcruxes make people meaner, and a lot of times they amplify negative feelings that are already there. Take Ron for example - when he wore the locket, it would amplify his jealousy for Harry and his fears that Harry x Hermione was a thing. For the Dursleys, it would amplify their feelings that Harry was a horrible person who deserved to be shut up in the cupboard for ten years.
That horcrux is Harry of course.
It happens to everyone!
But the deathly hallows story was created before Harry met Dumbledore at Kings Cross, so they can't refer to them. It makes sense to be a reoccurence of the event though.
One died for power - Voldemort
One died for a lost love - Snape
One greeted Death as an old friend - Harry
And Dumbledore possessed all three hallows, and was greeted by Harry as the "old friend".
Did you know that Harry and Voldemort are both related to the Prevelles Harry is Ignotius and Voldemort is Cadmus.
This makes total sense.
Personally, to me, this makes absoulately no sense. I... I can't even describe how little sense this makes to me
What. This one is bizarre
I love this theory. It does actually make sense. It would explain why wizards went into hiding. It also kinda explains why abracadabra and avada kedavra sound so much alike. Maybe abracadabra was Muggles mocking wizards?
How the crap would the muggles win?
the wizards would win. use a memory charm on the muggles, and hide so that another war couldn't happen!
Ever wonder how the Ministry of Magic may have been set up?
I do believe this because Moaning Myrtle was a Hogwarts student. And I think there is more and we just don't know about them because Harry never met them. (We read the story in Harry's view so it is possible)
K this is probably the weirdest one I've seen besides the Ron is Dumbledore and the Draco- Hermione ship.Like seriously,why would he be a werewolf?
It wasn't that true.
This would definitely explain why Harry started suddenly liking Ginny in HBP, completely randomly, that too after talking about love potions at Weasly's Wizard Wheezes. I still ship Harry + Hermione, Hinny just doesn't work.
I really noticed. First off, in the 1st book to the 5th, Harry didn't really notice Ginny. Then later on in the half blood prince, when Fred and George have that store thing, Ginny is at the love potions. Then I suppose she bought it. Later when she kissed dean, hp is jealous or something I guess, then a little later he like... had a crush on her and it made no sense. He broke up with cho for some reason, and pays no attention to Ginny and in the next book/ movie he has a crush. Eh? They also say Ginny had a crush on Hp when they were young. So it is probably true that Ginny smuggled in a love potion.
Nope remember Ron when he ate the chocolate cauldron, and if the love potion was out of date then so was the chocolate and chocolate can last for a year.
Sceptic is the same word as Skeptic
Maybe I should've used Ginny was skeptic about Fred and George's love potions.
Yes, this was Dumbledore's theory around why he can't hold a DADA teacher for more than a year and, like most of Dumbledore's guesses, I'm pretty sure this is right too.
When Voldemort was apparently denied a position, the position was cursed so that it only could have one teacher per year.
I think it was cursed because Voldemort didn't want students learning to go against the dark arts.
I actually believe Rowling meant this one.
Might be true
She was basically a homage to a Japanese urban legend, Hanako, a ghost of a young girl who died in a bathroom and roams the bathroom.
Yes, this makes perfect sense. He was using his dad's wand, which probably hadn't chosen him. As for Ron being able to use Charlie's wand, Wingardium Leviosa is a simple spell first of all, and secondly Charlie's wand might have liked Ron more than Frank Longbottom's wand liked Neville, so Ron was able to perform magic better with Charlie's wand than Neville was able to perform magic with his dad's.
He certainly was a whole lot better as the movie progressed, but for a time he of course was that one kid who couldn't get it right. Is it possible his first wand really just wasn't meant for him?
But Ron Weasley knocked out a 12 foot mountain troll with Charlie Weasleys wand.
If Dobby hadn't closed the gateway, the Harry and Ron would've got on the train and Ron would still have his brothers wand...I suppose Dobby closing the gateway was a good thing because if Ron hadn't said "The car" and his wand hadn't broke then He and Harry could've lost their memories and Voldemort would've come back stronger and Hogwarts would've closed.
The wand chooses the wizard, and Neville was using his dad's old one. It worked, but not as well as it would have with a personal wand.
This is as pathetic as The Wizard of Oz.
I found out that Oz was actually a real place in the book not like the film which was Dorothy's dreamland.
This theory says that Harry created the Wizarding World all in his mind to escape the trauma from the Dursleys.
"Make a wish" - Harry Potter and the Philosophers Stone film.
Not necessarily. He's not 'the' hero, he was just the hero in that particular timeline. The Time Turner could've taken a wrong turn that led to a chain of events leading to someone else being killed and Voldemort still being immortal. Also, you have to remember that there's that part where Harry tells Neville to kill the snake. If Neville wasn't even alive, assuming the events where Neville is dead happened similarly to the events where Neville is alive, Harry would've just told someone else to kill Nagini, and if they succeeded, well then Voldemort is still dead.
You mean when he was told by Harry to kill the snake. Neville didn't just know he was told.
Harry and Neville are both heroes.
Oh and the wand thing...well how come Ron with his older brother Charlie's wand he could knock out a 12 foot mountain troll. Other characters in the seventh book like Hermione could fight with other wands when their own was broken.
Well he was...
in Cursed Child the Time Turner plot took a wrong turn because (spoilers)
they prevented Cedric Diggory's death
Harry Potter wins the Triwizard cup
Diggory becomes a Death Eater after his humiliation during the tournament
Diggory kills Neville Longbottom
Because Longbottom died, Nagini was never killed
As a result the last Horcrux was still alive and Voldemort was still immortal
Harry doesn't survive the war
Voldemort ends up ruling the wizarding world.
the key to all this was Neville
Harry Angga Neville. But Neville killed Nagini, the last Horcrux so he was actually the hero. But Harry did kill some too, but Neville, the title. Meh lazy to type.
Harry (who chose Gryffindor over Slytherin) but also I'd wager Hermione (who chose Gryffindor over Ravenclaw), as well as anyone who's family traditionally gets sorted into a house. It's hard to imagine every single Weasley being a Gryffindor or every single Malfoy a Slytherin, if your choice was determined by your personality (and not your choice)
What about Albus Severus Potter? He valued Gryffindor traits, yet he got put into Slytherin.
I love this theory!
"Either must die at the hand of the other for neither can live while the other survives". Harry must've given up his own death upon victory over Voldemort.
Oh this has to be true. For one thing, he already died at Voldemort's hand. For another, he killed Voldemort! I hope Harry lives forever. GO POTTER!
"His scar had not pained him for nineteen years."
It actually makes sense.
The Potters had a cat, remember?
It also explains why Crookshanks hated Scabbers so much (he was Peter Pettigrew, who abandoned the Potters).
It's a nice thought
The four thumbs up for cursed child was written by Rita Skeeter do you realise that would be proving that the wizarding world does exist, Rita is not a Muggle.
WHAT?!?! But Skeeter writes false stuff. Remember? I don't believe it.
I like this theory
Please be true
I hardly doubt that Draco hates Hermione and always will besides Hermione is so rude for accusing him of bribery for new broomsticks for the Quidditch team she needs to learn to mind her own business
If anybody wonder what this is it's the Draco x Hermione ship. I'm pretty sure on YouTube there is something saying that Emma Watson had a crush on Tom Felton or the other way around? I don't know but I think it's like that and this pic from the third book or movie has Hermione captured in a scene of just her and Draco. Oof
She laughs really loudly when someone tells a random joke.
She randomly mentions imaginary creatures.
Wears a necklace of butterbeer corks.
Rowling may have confirmed it, but it wasn't in the books. Due to the rules of literature that I just made up, if it isn't mentioned then it isn't canon.
Actually confirmed. JK Rowling broke the silence and said yes, Dumblydore is gay
I like this theory.
Excuse me but what...?
This is funny
Deamus forever! This is 100% true. Just look it up, I know you won't! But really, this ship is so cute.
I looked up how nearly headless nick died and he died because he accidentally gave a muggle tusks and was arrested and killed by getting hit 45 times with an axe.
Its true well if you go on the Harry Potter Wikia for the stories about them.
The Fat Friar worked in a Muggle Church, even though he was a wizard.
Sir Nicholas was caught in the times of witch killings.
I'd say this is confirmed. After the attack in Order of the Phoenix Dudley became a much more remorseful person due to having treated Harry like crap the last few years. He at least shook hands with Harry before he and the rest of the Dursleys left for safety (in case anyone's wondering, this is a deleted scene in Deathly Hallows Part 1 movie as well).
Why he made Harry a cup of tea, and worried about Harry asked his parents if he was coming too when they had to leave in the seventh book.
That's why he's nicer
I personally think this is true because in the chamber if secrets she doesn't even help stopping the basilisk and also when Cedric Diggory dies she doesn't shed a SINGLE TEAR! I mean what is up with that! Remember when I said that in the Chamber of Secrets she doesn't stop the basilisk, well also she doesn't even stop Harry and Ron going into the chamber. And yes, she was taking big gasps after they came out if the chamber and weren't killed. But when Cedric Diggory dies she doesn't even gasp or cry. I think she was gasping because they had destroyed one of Voldermort's horxuxes.
No she is not a Death Eater! Since when is she a Death Eater? She probably didn't cry because she's not an emotional person. (Those types of people exist.) She's part of the Order of the Phoenix, if she was a Death Eater Voldemort would be ruling the world because she would've passed Order information to the Death Eaters.