I have two issues with this article:
1) Phoenixes. Surely the correct plural is "phoenices".
2) Horcruxes. I'm sure that Lord Voldemort's consideration that "seven is the most magical number" didn't cause him to make seven Horcruxes; it caused him to split his soul into seven pieces, thus resulting in six Horcruxes because the seventh piece was the one that resided in his body. OK, he accidentally made Harry into a seventh Horcrux, but he didn't intend to do this, any more than his making his restored body a kind-of-Horcrux for Harry (because he used Harry's blood to make it) was intentional.
- "Phoenixes" is standard throughout this wiki. Changing it would require a change across-the-board and I have never seen "pheonices" before. I also seem to recall Dumbledore using the plural form in Chamber of Secrets, so I'll just check that... yes, "Fascinating creatures, phoenixes. They can carry immensely heavy loads, their tears have healing powers, and they make highly faithful pets." As for the second bit, yeah, of course. I'll correct that now if it hasn't already been. ProfessorTofty (talk) 22:31, December 31, 2012 (UTC)
Please add also Ron's "I know what that means!" into the quotations above (or somehow so, I don't know the original english quote). It shall be clear that Ron knows what it means. God bless Germany! König Elessar I. (talk) 22:01, November 20, 2015 (UTC)