I just wondered if this was the best way to call the room. I think that's just a Filch's note in the door. I suggest calling it 'Flooded room', for example. Also, isn't a similar room in HP1 VG, where water coming out a locked room can be seen?--RavenclawcrestThe Evening Prophet Ravenclawcrest (Owl Post) 17:43, May 15, 2011 (UTC)

I started the article with this name because, in the game, notes posted on doors appear in a different manner. In Diagon Alley, when there's a closed shop, a "Read notice" command appears, and after pressing square Harry reads the notice aloud. As for the similar room in the GBC version of PS, I believe that's Moaning Myrtle's bathroom as on the CS video game it is located on that exact same spot. --  Seth Cooper  owl post! 18:20, May 15, 2011 (UTC)
I agree that notes are also read in another way. However, the room Harry cannot enter in the Entrance Hall is named 'Out of Bounds', but I wouldn't create an article called 'Out of bounds' for that room, as that is simply a description. Besides this, in some doors the text that appears when Harry approaches is 'To (Front Hall)' or 'To (Knights' room)', telling that leads to a corridor from which you can get to that place, but the corridor isn't called To Front Hall (at least I wouldn't create an article based on this text). Summing up, I doubt this is a good name for the article, but you're the administrator and the creator of the page, so I leave it in your hands. Thanks, RavenclawcrestThe Evening Prophet Ravenclawcrest (Owl Post) 18:46, May 15, 2011 (UTC)
Still, it's the only name the room goes by. If a player would search the web for a way (which, I believe, is non-existant) to enter this room, they would search "No entry due to flooding" and information would be harder to find if the room was called "Flooded room"; the same thing goes to "Out of Bounds". Also, just because I'm an administrator that doesn't mean you can't question my decisions :D --  Seth Cooper  owl post! 19:04, May 15, 2011 (UTC)