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I'm absolutely astonished leitura my way through Harry Potter Wiki (harrypotter.wiki.com). It's tons of information which I could spend days leitura on. But how do I know this stuff isn't invented? Check the full pergunta below!

I'm absolutely astonished leitura my way through Harry Potter Wiki (harrypotter.wiki.com). It's tons of information which I could spend days leitura on. But how the hell do I know this stuff-or some of it- isn't pure inventions por god- knows- who? I understand anyone can editar the page, so where does it all come from? J.K. would be the ideal answer? Please take this pergunta seriously, cause I don't want to peek behind the magical curtain for false background information!
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Can you just read background information on Pottermore, or do you have to play your way to it?
glezps posted over a year ago
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You have to play your way to it. I would suggest checking out www.hp-lexicon.org - its a brilliant site with just about all the information there is out there and its all cited so you can trust that its true.
jameswilson posted over a year ago
 glezps posted over a year ago
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dragonsmemory said:
I haven't really looked at the site you mentioned, but I'm sure pottermore would be a good cross-reference.
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LadyEmzy16 said:
I agree with Dragonsmemory....Pottermore should be good
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MoonshoesPerry said:
pottermore is brilliant, of course, but you do have to go through and find links to the mais detailed pieces of information while you play the games.
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Flickerflame said:
The Harry Potter Wiki has administrators which would alter a page back to its original state if it was spammed, and possibly lock a page - preventing edits from non-members or non-admins - if spamming happened frequently. If there's any controversial editing, it often gets discussed and backed up in the page's talk section. They also often ask for citations saying where information is from.
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