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Shouldn't the main image be of one of the two "real" instances of the Grim Harry saw during the Prisoner of Azkaban film (either his tea leaves or, preferably, the one in the clouds)? While Sirius is what Harry mistook as sights of the Grim, and is a large black dog, he isn't actually an omen of death. I realize that Harry's sights of this are non-canon, but as long as he's not actually in frame I don't see why that's a problem. -- 1337star (Owl Post) 22:22, February 19, 2012 (UTC)
Alternatively, is it possible that the repeated signs of the grim encountered in Harry Potter 3 point to Sirius instead? So then, rather than the prophecy not coming true, it does, though in a trivial way of referring to something else other than what it is mainly taken to mean. TriNiSette (talk) 03:08, October 25, 2013 (UTC)