#1
Alright, have to settle a debate here pit.
In Harry Potter, does the location of the common rooms change each year as well as the password?

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#2
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#4
No, Slytherin are always in the dungeons. In the 7th book Harry reveals all...

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#9
No they don't.

On a similiar subject, I'm listening to the soundtrack to Chamber of Secrets now, and drinking spple juice.
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#10
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I always thought this, themn I started to read the books.

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I read all the books, then I thought this.


The first 3 were really childish, then they started getting better and more serious.
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#12
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^ They do get better as they progress.


Apart from the last one. It looks like she just rushed through the last half of the book, there's no description, and it's just like 'and then this happened and then this happened and then this happened'.

But I'm not really complaining, I mean, they are childrens' books.
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#15
Urgh someone is threatening to make me watch all the films next week...I really hate that garbage. I especially hate JK Rowling.
#17
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the locations dont change. It always at the fat ladys portrait, dungeons etc


Fat lady's portrait, dungeons under the lake, ravenclaw tower, still life painting near the kitchens.

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No they don't.

On a similiar subject, I'm listening to the soundtrack to Chamber of Secrets now, and drinking spple juice.

Yummy, spple juice.
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#20
Modern classics imo,

but essentially children's books.

Harry Potter is genius.

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#22
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I read all the books, then I thought this.


The first 3 were really childish, then they started getting better and more serious.


well remember Rowling didnt get the grip on reality that she was writing the biggest childrens series of books yet so...i guess she seriously stiffened up in her writing..
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#23
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Yummy, spple juice.


I'd offer you some, but I'm all out now. I've got a bad of spples though..
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#24
Harry Potter was pure awesomeness,

I read the entire series in 2 weeks!
i felt depressed when i finished the last book, i felt empty....sucked....

but really, Harry Potter is damn awesome, JK Rowling isnt afraid to kill anyone off in the book, i just hated the ending, im not gonna spoil it but, seriously, they had to make it go back to its "children book's" roots.
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#25
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Harry Potter was pure awesomeness,

I read the entire series in 2 weeks!
i felt depressed when i finished the last book, i felt empty....sucked....

but really, Harry Potter is damn awesome, JK Rowling isnt afraid to kill anyone off in the book, i just hated the ending, im not gonna spoil it but, seriously, they had to make it go back to its "children book's" roots.

You sound like a ten year old girl.


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#26
^

ive read the first 3 books about 13times each
but they're awesome
i read em when i want to take my mind off summat cos the last 3 books are too depressing for that lol