Harry Potter locations
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You probably mean Hogsmeade! Here is every shop, with a short description about it!
- Baby Witch -a shop for baby stuff
- Brews and Stews Café- A cafe
- Dervish & Banges - a helpful shop and sells and repairs some magical instruments.
- Dogweed and Deathcap - a Herbology shop.
- Dominic Maestro’s - a music shop.
- Gladrags Wizardwear - a clothing shop that also sells very lurid socks, including ones that scream when they get too smelly.
- Hairdressing salon - across the street from Honeydukes.
- Hogsmeade Post Office - the owl post office.
- Hogsmeade Station - the railway station.
- Honeydukes - a sweet shop that has the entrance to a secret passageway into Hogwarts in its cellar.
- J. Pippin’s Potions -Famous potion shop
- Pedrus Pridgeon
- Madam Puddifoot’s Tea Shop - “the haunt of happy couples”, according to Harry Potter. Usually couples go there on dates.
- The Magic Neep (I think it’s a shop of turnips, or things that are very green)
- McBloom & McMuck -Unknown
- McHavelock’s Wizarding Headgear -Famous Wizarding Headgear shop
- Ollivanders Wand Shop - local branch of the wand shop.
- Potage’s Cauldron Shop - local branch of the cauldron shop.
- Scrivenshaft’s Quill Shop - a shop for all types of quills.
- The Shrieking Shack - an infamous and the most frightening building in Britain. The villagers thought it was haunted, but they didn’t know it was actually the werewolf Remus Lupin making the scary noises (it was where he went to transform).
- Spintwitches - a shop that sells sporting goods.
- The Hog’s Head - a dingy pub owned by Dumbledore’s brother, Aberforth Dumbledore, which hosted a secret passage into Hogwarts created by the Room of Requirement.
- The Magic Neep - a greengrocer’s.
- The Three Broomsticks Inn - a pub owned by Madam Rosmerta.
- Tomes and Scrolls - a bookshop (est. 1768).
- Wiseacre’s Wizarding Equipment - local branch of the magical devices shop.
- Wizarding Wireless Network Headquarters - main headquarters of the popular radio station.
- Zonko’s Joke Shop - a famous joke shop.
Here are a few of my favorites:
- Jessica Sula  — Could play 16-20
- Nicole Beharie  — Could play 22-30
- Lupita Nyong’o  — Could play 22-30
- Laya Lewis  — Could play 17-22
- Antonia Thomas  — Could play 20-27
- Britne Oldford  — Could play 17-22
- Kat Graham  — Could play 19-25
- Zoe Kravitz  — Could play 19-25I hope this helps, love.
Well, based on this picture of him when he was younger, here are a few options that come to mind:
- Miles Teller  — Could play 16/17-26
- Gabriel Basso  — Could play 15-19
- Callan McAuliffe  — Could play 15-19
- Colin Ford  — Could play 14-17
- Joe Dempsie  — Could play 17-26
- Alex Arnold  — Could play 16-21
- Justin Kelly  — Could play 16-21
- Dylan Everett  — Could play 14-17
- Sam Earle  — Could play 15-19Of course, it might help to add a description to his biography talking about his height/weight, considering he’s supposed to be half giant. I hope this helps!
Personally, Louis Garrell is one of my favorites, but here are a few other options that might work for you:
- Ezra Miller — 21 [Could play 16-21]
- Kieran Culkin — 31 [Could play 18/19-28]
- Alex Arnold — 21 [Could play 16-21]
- Jeremy Allen White — 22 [Could play 16-21]I’m afraid those are the only ones I can think of other than Louis, but I hope those help!
I usually get my pictures from the following sites:
Here are a few tumblrs I find incredibly useful for inspiration/photo resources:
Does anyone have any suggestions or requests for masterposts/guides/anything?
I can’t really find a lot of masterlists. But here is one for you.
- Witches and Magic Systems
- A Guide to Writing Witchcraft
- A Guide to Spell Writing
- On Writing: Witch Trials
- Before you cast: Some things to think about
- Witchcraft101 (handy blog to ask questions to)
- Origin of Witchcraft
- On the Origins of Witches, Broomsticks, and Flying
- Stereotypes of Witches
- The Four Rules and The Law of Witchcraft
- All You Wanted to Know About Witches
- Modern Day Witchcraft
- Youtube: Meet a real-life witch!
- List of fictional witchesHope that helps!
Alright, kids, pull up your chairs. It’s time to do some math.
I know, I know. A lot of us aren’t so great at math. But not to worry, this is basic math. No number greater than twelve. And really you just need to know your months, so I know you’ve got this.