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    On The Anniversary Of The Battle of Hogwarts, We Look Back At What The Series Means To Us

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    May 3, 2016

    ‘In the corridors, I found friendship.

    In the dungeons, I found bravery.

    In the Headmaster’s office, I found solace.

    In the Common Room, I found comfort.

    In the Cabin by the woods, I found care and love.

    In the Forest, I found adventure.

    In the Hall, I found solidarity and loyalty.

    In the Express, I found my ride Home.’

    Harry Potter has been an important part of millions of bibliophiles in the world. We have laughed with the Weasley twins, cried during every death, learnt with Hermione, fought with Ron, and grown up with Harry. The fandom is our home, and each fan, our family.

    On the anniversary of the Battle of Hogwarts, we look back at the times spent together, and what the series means to us.

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