Are you fighting? Are you here to fight with us?

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kricketot:

*favorite character dies*

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New look inside Diagon Alley at the Wizarding World of Harry Potter

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reallylameblog:

trying to embarrass me is so unnecessary i do it to myself just fine

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I’ve never really been to a convention before so I figured like, if you’re going to do a convention, you do San Diego Comic Con, and then you see all these fans and it blows your mind how much the show has impacted people. - Sophie Turner

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a series of stupidly gorgeous collections
↳ rami al ali spring 2014 couture

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"Harry’s extremities seemed to have gone numb. He stood quite still, holding the miraculous paper in his nerveless fingers while inside him a kind of quiet eruption sent joy and grief thundering in equal measure through his veins. Lurching onto the bed, he sat down.
He read the letter again, but could not take in any more than he had done the first time, and was reduced to starting at the handwriting itself. She had made her ‘g’s the same way he did: He searched through the letter for every one of them, and felt like a friendly little wave glimpsed from behind a veil. The letter was an incredible treasure, proof that Lily Potter had lived, really lived, that her warm hand had once moved across the parchment, tracing ink into these letters, these words, words about him, Harry, her son.”
-Deathly Hallows

"Harry’s extremities seemed to have gone numb. He stood quite still, holding the miraculous paper in his nerveless fingers while inside him a kind of quiet eruption sent joy and grief thundering in equal measure through his veins. Lurching onto the bed, he sat down.

He read the letter again, but could not take in any more than he had done the first time, and was reduced to starting at the handwriting itself. She had made her ‘g’s the same way he did: He searched through the letter for every one of them, and felt like a friendly little wave glimpsed from behind a veil. The letter was an incredible treasure, proof that Lily Potter had lived, really lived, that her warm hand had once moved across the parchment, tracing ink into these letters, these words, words about him, Harry, her son.”

-Deathly Hallows

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And long live the fast times, so come what may
I don’t think I’ll ever be saved
Our song has not been sung
Long live us +

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Direwolves or Dragons? (x)

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