Known Boggarts are:
Albus Dumbledore: The corpse of his sister Ariana Dumbledore.
Seamus Finnigan: A banshee.
Hermione Granger: Professor McGonagall telling her that she failed her exams or failure in general.
Neville Longbottom: Severus Snape.
Remus Lupin: Full moon.
Harry Potter: A Dementor.
Parvati Patil : A mummy.
Tom Marvolo Riddle: His own dead body.
Dean Thomas: Disembodied living hand.
Molly Weasley: Dead family/friends .
Ron Weasley: Giant spider (or any spider for that matter).
Padma Patil: A giant cobra.
Fred and George Weasley: Lord Voldemort.
Justin Finch-Fletchley: Lord Voldemort.
Dobby: Lord Voldemort.
Katie Bell: Lord Voldemort.
Harry Potter Wiki: Boggarts
Also: J. K. Rowling has stated hers would be the same as Molly Weasley’s: “her loved ones dead, or alternatively, herself buried alive.”
The known passwords to enter the Gryffindor Common Room are:
- Banana Fritters
- Caput Draconis (Latin for “Dragon’s Head”)
- Fairy Lights
- Fortuna Major (Latin for “bigger luck”)
- Mimbulus Mimbletonia
- Pig Snout
- Quid Agis (Latin for “How are you”)
- Scurvy Cur
Harry Potter Wiki: Gryffindor Tower
There are six grades at Hogwarts.
Harry Potter Wiki: Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry
Ordinary Wizarding Level Grading System:
- O = Outstanding (Pass, always continue to N.E.W.T.)
- E = Exceeds Expectations (Pass, almost always continues to N.E.W.T)
- A = Acceptable (Pass, rarely continue to N.E.W.T)
- P = Poor (Fail, may repeat subject)
- D = Dreadful (Fail, may not receive O.W.L. credit)
- T = Troll (Fail, with distinction. More than one T may mean refusal into other N.E.W.T.s)
The first three are passing grades, the last three are failing grades.
James Potter was not a Seeker. He was a Chaser.
Neither the name “Kathleen” not the initial “K” are a part of J.K. Rowling’s legal name.
“Several publishers rejected the first Harry Potter manuscript saying it was too long and literary, but Bloomsbury Publisher finally accepted it in 1996. The book’s publisher suggested Rowling use the name “J. K.” rather than her real name “Joanne Rowling” to appeal to male readers. She took the “K” from her grandmother’s name Kathleen, but neither “Kathleen” nor “K” is part of her legal name.”