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Wrock band articles

Make sure to include an external link for each of the bands. If they don't have a webpage, or at least a MySpace or Twitter page, they may just be fanon. - Nick O'Demus 13:29, November 14, 2009 (UTC)

I've found a few on Google, and I've added a few links to some Wrock genre websites on the article page. I'll help look for some of the websites and add the links. - Nick O'Demus 01:28, November 15, 2009 (UTC)
You might want to hold off on creating any more Wrock band articles for a little while. It turns out there are a LOT more of them than we realized. A similar discussion came up when I asked about creating articles for the unofficial Harry Potter guidebooks (like the ones listed on Amazon.com) and Seth Cooper and Cavalier One both said that only the "notable" ones should get their own articles. So just having a MySpace page may not be enough. We may need to set some guidelines. - Nick O'Demus 02:18, November 15, 2009 (UTC)
I agree with Nick O'Demus, Seth and Cavalier One. The only "notable" ones or popularly recognise should get their own articles like Harry and the Potters for example. --ÈnŔîčö DCRavenclawcrest(Send me an Owl!) 10:39, November 15, 2009 (UTC)

Okay, I did some looking online, and I found some events and the bands that were involved might be considered "notable". Take a look and let me know what you think. These are just my preliminary findings, so sorry if it's a bit disorganized. Seth Cooper also recommended that maybe we should open a forum discussion about this. - Nick O'Demus 11:43, November 15, 2009 (UTC)

Wrock bands with articles on Wikipedia:

Harry Potter-Inspired Wizard Bands That Rock, In MTV News' Year-End Top 10s (MTV listing, pretty "notable")

  1. Switchblade Kittens
  2. Harry and the Potters
  3. The Parselmouths
  4. The Remus Lupins
  5. Ministry of Magic
  6. Draco and the Malfoys
  7. The Moaning Myrtles
  8. Catchlove
  9. The Owl Post
  10. The Whomping Willows

Mugglenet's Wizard Rock: A History

  • Harry and the Potters
  • Switchblade Kittens
  • Roonil Wazlib (Mentioned as an example of a genre)
  • Dobby and the House Elves (Mentioned as an example of a genre)
  • Muggle Death Camp (Mentioned as an example of a genre)
  • Swish and Flick (Mentioned as an example of a genre)
  • Gred and Forge (Mentioned as an example of a genre)
  • The Butterbeer Experience (Mentioned as an example of a genre)
  • The Whomping Willows (Mentioned as an example of a genre)

Wizrocklopedia's The History of Wizard Rock

  • Harry and the Potters
  • The Whomping Willows
  • Draco and the Malfoys
  • The Remus Lupins
  • Switchblade Kittens
  • The Weird Sisters

Wrockstock 2009

  • Draco and the Malfoys
  • The Remus Lupins
  • Catchlove
  • The Whomping Willows
  • The Moaning Myrtles
  • Justin Finch-Fletchley and the Sugar Quills
  • Oliver Boyd and the Remembralls
  • Tonks and the Aurors
  • Creevey Crisis
  • Diagon Alley
  • Swish and Flick
  • Ministry of Magic
  • Gred and Forge
  • Hermoine Crookshanks Experience
  • The Mudbloods

Wrock the Vote

  • Harry and the Potters
  • The Remus Lupins
  • Catchlove
  • The Whomping Willows
  • Roonil Wazlib
  • The Parselmouths
  • The Cedric Diggorys
  • DJ Luna Lovegood
  • Draco & the Malfoys
  • The Hungarian Horntails
  • JFF and the SQs
  • The Moaning Myrtles
  • Ginny and the Heartbreakers
  • Creevey Crisis
  • Gred and Forge
  • The Mudbloods
  • The Owl Post

Azkatraz 2009, WROCK AROUND THE ROCK

  • The Remus Lupins
  • The Whomping Willows
  • The House of Black
  • Ministry of Magic


Talk:Penetration Spell

This article should by redirected to "Penetration Curse" instead of "Penetration Spell". —The preceding unsigned comment was added by 109.59.148.144 (talkcontribs).

OMG SOmoene broke threw Protego Horribilis, Flitwick even said that they could only keep the Death Eaters out for a limited amount of time, and voldemort is probably the only one powerful enough to accomplish that. 72.229.249.242

That's pretty heavy speculation. Where is it said that the defenses were breached by Voldemort personally, or that it was done by a single spell. It could just as well have been dozens of Death Eaters casting a variety of offensive curses and jinxes that broke the defenses. Unless you can site a specific instance for support, this will be removed. - Nick O'Demus 05:24, October 11, 2010 (UTC)
The only things I've been able to find so far in Deathly Hallows are:
p.600 - Flitwick: "You realize of course, that nothing we do will be able to keep out You-Know-Who indefinitely?"
p.609 - McGonagall: "We have already placed protection around the castle, but it is unlikely to hold for very long unless we reinforce it."
Neither instance makes mention of a specific spell, nor that breaching the defenses was actually done by Voldemort personally. For all this indicates, it's just as likely the defense could have been overwhelmed by a hundred Death Eaters using a variety of curses, hexes, and jinxes simultaneously. - Nick O'Demus 19:22, October 13, 2010 (UTC)

You can't delete this page. It needed appearances, I gave it appearances. Make the Verify disappear. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by 80.163.76.102 (talkcontribs).

Your list of appearances doesn't change anything, because the book version of Deathly Hallows doesn't mention any specific "penetration spell" cast by Voldemort, and there's no way to know yet if part two of the film version does either. Emmy () 13:28, October 17, 2010 (UTC)
Someone could just as easily say that Michael Jackson appears in Deathly Hallows, but that doesn't make it so. I've asked for the page number of an appearance or mention that would verify that Hogwarts' defenses were breached by a single, specific spell, and that this spell was used by Voldemort personally. None has yet been provided. If the above pages I referenced are the only basis for this supposed spell, that's speculation to the point of borderline fanon. - Nick O'Demus 13:33, October 17, 2010 (UTC)


Wand references

Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, chapter 5

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, chapter 4

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, chapter 18

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