Is the description of Harry being possessed really appropriate? I don't think Voldemort's possession of Harry was really Legilimency magic. PK Fwooper 05:03, 7 July 2009 (UTC)

Create another article for Possession

If I may suggest, I think we should have a seperate article for Possession. I understand how it is related to Legilimency, but I think we should consider them seperate skills. After all, there is also the method of possession that Voldemort used on Ginny with Riddle's Diary. Anyone else agree/disagree? At the very least there should be a section on this page that discusses it more in detail. I personally think it deserves a separate article though because it is important to the plot of three of the books, and I think there is enough information to merit a seperate article. You're only supposed to blow the bloody doors off! (talk) 01:42, January 19, 2014 (UTC)

Queenie and Newt

In FB, Queenie is asked by Newt about her Legilimency and she tells him that it is often difficult for her with British people bacause they think so different. Am I misunderstanding anything, or should we add to the article that Legilimeny can be more difficult under these circumstances? I had no idea how to phrase it properly.--Rodolphus (talk) 15:32, July 9, 2017 (UTC)

My vote would be no.  That sounded more to me like Queenie flirting rather than something based on fact.  Also, she didn't say it was becaues they "thought differently", it was "because of the accent."  I think it was just a humorous allusion to women of today saying they like men with British accents.  Wva (talk) 01:25, July 10, 2017 (UTC)
Not confirmed. It may have just been that she doesn't understand British accents, there are people who have difficulty understanding British people. Not saying it's not that she was flirting, just that it might not be. Tremewitch127 (talk) 02:58, July 10, 2017 (UTC) Tremewitch127