It is NOT the Philosopher's Stone, it's the Sorceror's Stone. Look at the cover of the book, movie, and/or videogame, ALL say it's the Sorceror's Stone.--Helena healing fairy 15:45, 16 July 2009 (UTC)
- You are correct. However, i believe if you read the article it will explain that "Sorceror" is only used in the US version. Everwhere else, including JK Rowling's original work, uses Philosopher, so that is why it is like that in this article.
´ Right. We use british English, NOT AMERICAN.
--Rodolphus 15:58, 16 July 2009 (UTC)
- I definetly agree with Rodolphus, this wiki uses ENGLISH terminology because the Harry Potter series is ENGLISH!!! —The preceding unsigned comment was added by JACOBSMITH95 (talk • contribs).
- Did you read the page first? ¿ǝɹnʇɐubıs uʍop ǝpısdn ʎɯ ǝʞıן 'oןןǝɥ 20:49, October 18, 2010 (UTC)
3rd floor ban
In the article it reads that in order to keep the stone safe, Dumbledore banned the 3rd floor corridor from the students. Wouldn't it be more accurate to say that Dumbledore banned the 3rd floor corridor for the student's safety, being that the entrance was being guarded by Fluffy? --BachLynn23 20:31, July 30, 2010 (UTC)
I was thinking of adding something that talks about how Quirrell had a way with Trolls, which was why he chose that for his part in the protection of the stone......wasn't sure if it was necessary information and where I should put it. BachLynn23 20:38, July 30, 2010 (UTC)
Can somebody more knowledgeable than I make it so that searching for "sorcerer's stone" will turn up results? I can successfully search for "sorcerers stone," but "sorcerer's stone" comes up with zero results. This is especially silly as "sorcerer's stone" is grammatically correct whereas "sorcerers stone" is not. Assuming that this can be fixed (and isn't due to apostrophes mucking up redirection or something, which could very well be the case - I wouldn't know) then it really ought to be. If it can't be fixed, then a page titled "Sorcerer's Stone" should be created with links to this page and to "Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone" so that those who search for "sorcerer's stone" will not simply hit a dead end. --Felicitations (talk) 18:26, May 3, 2013 (UTC)