Today is July 31st, which happens to be the birthday of both J.K. Rowling and her most famous character, Harry Potter. To celebrate this most magical day, we’re making a special offer! The Arrow for Rowling’s first book, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, is:
HALF PRICE till midnight August 1st! ($4.95)
Most of us know J.K. Rowling’s incredible rags-to-riches story. She scribbled the manuscript of Harry Potter in coffee shops as a broke single mother, not realizing that a few years later she would be the wealthiest author in history. If you haven’t heard the story, look it up!
Here, though, we’d like to take a look at the darker side of Harry Potter—the villains! Villains, after all, deserve their chance in the spotlight. So get out your villainous cape and your evil thinking cap and take the quiz below to see what Harry Potter villain you’d be!
Which Harry Potter Villain Are You?
1. What is your villainous costume?
a. Black and silver robe
b. Pink suit set
c. Ripped prison garb
g. Stylish lime green or magenta attire and two-inch-long crimson nails
2. You hear a kitten mewing for help. What do you do?
a. Send someone to silence it. You’ve got more important problems.
b. Hang a picture of a kitten on your wall.
c. Kill it.
g. Snoop around to discover what exactly happened to the kitten.
3. What is your animagus (animal) form?
a. A snake
b. A cat
c. You don’t need an animagus. You’re already practically an animal.
g. A beetle
4. Your hair is…
b. Short and curly, with a black velvet bow perched on top like a fly
c. Wild and untamed
g. Bleached blonde
5. Favorite ice cream flavor?
a. Fountain of youth
c. Triple chocolate death
g. Crocodile-flavored, spiked with a truth telling serum
6. How do you prep for swimsuit season?
a. First, I’ve got to get a body…
b. Issue a decree prohibiting swimsuit season
c. Wipe out everyone wearing a swimsuit with the Avada Kedavra curse
g. Interview witches to learn their swimsuit secrets
The Results: If you got mostly…
a. Lord Voldemort: You’re the Lord of Villains. Also, you might be missing a nose.
b. Umbridge: You wear lots of pink, and if you don’t like the rules you change them.
c. Bellatrix Lestrange: If you can’t use it, you put a curse on it
d. Rita Skeeter: You’ve got great hair and a killer smile, and if you can’t find a good story you make one up.
So dive into the world of Harry Potter with our special Arrow offer!
And if you’d like to buy a copy of the novel, it’s available through Amazon: Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone (affiliate link).
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