The Harry Potter series focuses on the character of the same name, Harry Potter a talented boy in magic, with his close friends Hermione Jean Granger and Ronald Bilius Weasley. The first story is aimed at children, but after achieving great success, the series receives the attention of readers of all ages.
By J.K. Rowling once answered a number of questions about the series on her old website and Pottermore about the plans to be included to complete the obscure parts of the story.
1. Ron’s mouse
All first-year students at Hogwarts are provided with a list of the items they need while attending the school, besides that they can bring one of three pets: a cat, owl, or a toad . The list was clear that a student could only bring one of the three animals to Hogwarts, but Ron was able to bring Scabbers with no problem. Strangely, why didn’t anyone bother with a rodent running around in the classroom. Or at least the fastidious Snape teacher or those who like to tease others in Malfoy group must pay attention to this strange thing. But no, no one spoke.
2. Parseltongue language
The only reason Harry Potter could speak Parseltongue was that he was one of Voldemort’s Horcruxes. Ordinary people can learn Parseltongue like any other language, but those who inherit the blood of Salazar Slytherin have the ability to naturally talk to snakes. When Voldemort’s soul inside Harry was destroyed in The Deathly Hallows, Harry could no longer say Parseltongue. J.K. Rowling revealed this after the series was completed. But in The Cursed Child, Harry is fluent in the language when masquerading as Voldemort.
3. Harry bears mother’s eyes
Harry Potter is always compared to his parents, he looks like his father, while the green eyes are identical to his mother. However this only happens in the story. In the film, Harry Potter played by Daniel Radcliffe has blue eyes. It is thought that Lily Evans will also have blue eyes to match the original story. But in the flashback to the young Lily’s appearance, we see her with brown eyes. It seems that the producers are too lazy to read the stories that they have forgotten this important detail.
4. Silly adventure in a Ford Anglia
If Harry Potter books were made with many mistakes, they were even worse in the movies. Producers have forgotten that the film’s setting is set in the ’90s and still uses locations and props that didn’t exist at the time.
Harry and Ron’s trip in the flying Ford Anglia made a fundamental mistake, mistaking BT Tower for the Post Office Tower. The name of the tower has been changed to BT Tower since 1984. And if the two boys actually go through the BT Tower, they will travel in the opposite direction to Hogwarts Express. Because BT Tower is located about a mile southwest of King’s Cross Station.
5. Trace inconsistencies
All witches under the age of seventeen are protected by a spell called Trace. While Trace is in effect, the Ministry of Magic will be alerted to all spells used around the minor witch. Trace can be activated by any magic but this is not the same in many cases. Arthur Weasley, Albus Dumbledore, and Nymphadora Tonks all used magic around Harry Potter when he was at Privet Drive or on the street, but he had never had any trouble from the Ministry of Magic.
6. Harry’s excessive excitement
The ability to fly is always what people crave from the beginning. This certainly cannot be absent from a magical series like Harry Potter. The movie version of Harry Potter and the prisoner of Azkaban try to exploit this magical feeling when Buckbeak takes Harry flying around Hogwarts. But Harry’s excitement was exaggerated. Does it need to be so happy when in fact you are also very often flying by broom?
7. The power of magic is too strong hidden in the blood of Evans
The reason why Harry Potter survived the first time Voldemort was murdered was because his mother sacrificed her life to replace her son. The spell was so powerful that it countered Voldemort’s Avalon Kedavra and prevented him from touching Harry. Harry Potter then used this deadly jutsu against Voldemort in the Battle of Hogwarts. We never know any more use cases of sacrifice in the whole series. Isn’t it surprising that only Evans-bred witches can use this powerful magic?