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The steps to connect your Hogwarts Legacy and HPFC profiles

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Harry Potter

If you are a member of the Harry Potter Fan Club, it is possible to link your account with your Hogwarts Legacy account. This means that if you explore and discover anything interesting or important during your exploration of the world, you will be able to see it too. If something becomes available for purchase in the Hogwarts world, we will receive a notification about it as well! This article shows detailed step-by-step instructions on how to link these accounts together. It also has some information about what kinds of benefits both accounts bring and overall advice on how having both accounts will improve your player experience.

Introduction to The Harry Potter

 

The Harry Potter is a novel written by author J.K Rowling which has sold more than 400 million copies worldwide with translations in 67 languages. The series tells the story of the young wizard, Harry Potter, who discovers that he is a wizard and must survive the various tasks set for him by the evil wizard Lord Voldemort. In creating her world for this series, Rowling combined elements from British folklore and mythology as well as her imagination. She created a magical world full of witches and wizards where children are sent away to school at age 11 or 12 to learn spells and train their skills in witchcraft for use against their greatest enemy — Lord Voldemort.

Characters of The Harry Potter

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Murray Jay Siskind
Babette Gladney
Denise Pardee
Heinrich Savory

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Story of The Harry Potter

It’s a story about how Harry went from being bullied for having no parents to the international superstar that he is today. The story takes place in the year and starts with him living at 4 Privet Drive, where he just moved 2 months earlier with his new guardians Professor Dumbledore and Mrs. Figg. Aunt Petunia made him live in, Harry soon discovers that there are many interesting things to do outside of Privet Drive.

J.K. Rowling, the author of the Harry Potter series, has said that social media is a “gift” for cyberbullies

Online trolls who spread hate and vitriol are getting a gift from J.K. Rowling: more exposure than they could ever want. The Harry Potter author, who is on the receiving end of countless social media attacks and internet harassment, used her platform to send a message back to the bullies in an interview outside her London home with BBC Newsnight’s Kirsty Wark on Monday night.

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