- So… you mean to tell me that nobody notices that Ron’s rat is Peter Pettigrew? Ron would sleep with that rat every night and he carried it around a lot. It obviously would have showed up on the Maurader’s Map, which Fred and George were in the possession of. So you mean to tell me that these two never noticed that Ron seemed to always be hanging out with some guy named Peter? They never noticed that some guy named Peter slept with their brother every night?
People have argued that Fred and George would have been too focused on their pranks and using secret passages to notice this, but it’s highly unlikely that didn’t check in on Ron’s location at least a few times. They are siblings after all.
- Remember when Quirrell let that troll loose down in the dungeons? Yes? Okay, good.
Because the thing that leaves us all wondering about with this whole event is the fact that all the students are told to go to their common rooms for safety. But what did the poor Slytherins do considering that their common room was in the dungeon?! Did it fall upon the heads, prefects and Snape to sort out a plan and execute it, while calming panicked students, to get them all somewhere safe?
- Ollivander couldn’t have been making that much of a profit from his business. The price of wands aren’t that expensive, but when you consider all the different types of materials that make up a wand… Well, there’s some rare stuff that your wand could be made of!
Surely these wands with rare materials would have had to be a lot more expensive that others. Because if not that means that Ollivander would have most likely, actually be losing money from selling that wand. That, or Ollivander has a lot of donators of different materials that helps him keep his business going. And considering that wands are really important in the wizarding world, this theory is pretty plausible…
And the last one I’m going to mention is… (Which isn’t really a plot hole but I don’t care…)
- Quidditch! It’s just… what exactly are the crowds watching? They can’t see the majority of what’s happening with the seekers, which is where all the important action tends to be! How does the commentator even know what’s happening until the seekers come back into sight? How are they meant to know exactly when the game is over and if everything that happened high up in the sky or beneath the stands was even legal? Instead, the crowds get to watch all the other team members on the field and as much as this is probably entertaining to watch the chances are that it will end up have little to no impact on the overall result of the game