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Your legacy is what you make of it. They cook a wide variety of dishes especially at the feasts. The various dishes are prepared in the kitchens directly below the Great Hall.
Within the kitchen are four long tables directly aligned with the house tables in the great hall above. At meal times the food is magically transported up, appearing directly in front of the students.
Apart from losing points from a house, serious misdeeds at Hogwarts are punishable by detention. Whenever a student loses a house point, their house jewels ruby for Gryffindors, emeralds for Slytherin, sapphires for Ravenclaw, and topazes for Hufflepuff are taken away from a glass hourglass located in every classroom.
The same goes for adding points to the specific house, although the teacher or prefect must conjure the gems from thin air.
According to the school caretaker, Argus Filch , detention meant subjection to various forms of corporal punishment until recently.
Arthur Weasley claimed still to bear physical scars inflicted by Apollyon Pringle, Filch's predecessor. In present times, however, detention usually involves assisting staff or faculty with tedious tasks.
Examples of detention include the one imposed on Harry by Umbridge in Order of the Phoenix. In this case, Harry was forced to write, "I must not tell lies" repeatedly using a magical quill which then carves what is written into the back of the writer's hand.
However, most teachers at the school never use this cruel punishment. In another case, when Snape caught Harry using the Sectumsempra curse on Draco, he was forced to go through over a thousand boxes of files describing wrongdoers at Hogwarts and their punishments.
Harry was supposed to order them in alphabetical order, and rewrite the cards whose words were hard to see or otherwise damaged.
The Weasley twins Fred and George had a whole drawer of these cards. For even more serious offences, students may be suspended or even expelled from Hogwarts.
Harry and Ron are threatened with expulsion after crashing Ron's car into the Whomping Willow at the start of their second year, and Harry is expelled before the start of his fifth year although the sentence is quickly changed to a disciplinary hearing after he is detected using magic in the presence of Muggles, a serious offence among the wizarding community.
Snape has attempted to have Harry expelled, and he attempted to have Harry's father, James Potter , expelled when they were at Hogwarts together.
Professors seem to be able to punish students with relative impunity and can hand out detention, even for unsatisfactory grades.
Enforcement of rules outside of class mainly falls to the caretaker, with the assistance of the prefects.
A student's Head of House usually has the final say in disciplinary matters. However, during Umbridge's tenure at Hogwarts, she quickly obtains the power to have the final say in disciplinary actions, due to an Educational Decree one of many passed by Minister for Magic Cornelius Fudge.
In the summer before their fifth year, two fifth year students from each House are picked to be prefects , which grants them privileges and responsibilities and disciplinary responsibilities.
The leaders of the student body, the Head Boy and Head Girl, are drawn from the seventh year students. Prefects have the authority to give detentions for infractions.
Rowling says she visualises Hogwarts, in its entirety, to be: . A huge, rambling, quite scary-looking castle , with a jumble of towers and battlements.
Like the Weasleys' house , it isn't a building that Muggles could build, because it is supported by magic. In the novels, Hogwarts is somewhere in Scotland   the film Prisoner of Azkaban says that Dufftown is near.
The school is depicted as having numerous charms and spells on and around it that make it impossible for a Muggle to locate it.
Muggles cannot see the school; rather, they see only ruins and several warnings of danger. There is also an owlery, which houses all the owls owned by the school and those owned by students.
Some rooms in the school tend to "move around", and so do the stairs in the grand staircase. In Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire , Hermione indicates that due to the high levels of magic, "substitutes for magic that Muggles use" such as computers, radar and electricity "go haywire" around Hogwarts.
Radios however, make an exception. Rowling explains this by saying that the radios are not powered by electricity but by magic. Hogwarts is on the shore of a lake, sometimes called the Black Lake.
In that lake are merpeople , Grindylows , and a giant squid. The giant squid does not attack humans and sometimes acts as a lifeguard when students are in the lake.
The castle and its grounds are home to many secret areas as well as well-known and well-used places. Accessed by entering a trapdoor in the forbidden corridor on the third floor, and protected by a gauntlet of seven magical challenges set up by the teachers.
The Chamber of Secrets, which is deep under the school most likely under the lake ,  was home to an ancient Basilisk , intended to be used to purge the school of Muggle-born students.
Salazar Slytherin , one of the founders of Hogwarts, built the Chamber before he left the school. The entrance to the Chamber is hidden in Moaning Myrtle 's bathroom on the second floor.
One of the sink taps has a snake scratched into its side; when a command in Parseltongue is spoken, it opens to reveal the mouth of a dark, slimy chute, wide enough to slide down, that gives onto a stone tunnel.
There are many skeletons of small animals littering the floor and even a gigantic skin shed by the Basilisk.
The tunnel leads to a solid wall, carved with two entwined serpents with emeralds for eyes. A colossal statue of Salazar Slytherin, looking ancient and monkey-like, is at the centre.
The Basilisk rested inside the statue and emerged from its mouth when the Heir of Slytherin, Tom Riddle, summoned it. It is later revealed that the diary was a Horcrux.
In Deathly Hallows , Ron and Hermione enter the Chamber. Ron opens the door despite not speaking Parseltongue by imitating sounds he heard Harry use to open Slytherin's locket.
They pull a basilisk fang from its skeleton to use to destroy the Horcrux made from Helga Hufflepuff's cup.
When Tom Riddle opened the Chamber, Myrtle was sulking in a stall after being teased by student Olive Hornby. She opened the door, intending to tell him to leave, but died immediately upon meeting the Basilisk's gaze and decided to become a ghost to revenge on Hornby.
The film's depiction of the Chamber has snake heads in place of the pillars and Slytherin's statue is only his head.
Rowling reveals in the book Harry Potter Page to Screen; The Complete Filmmaking Journey that the Chamber has flooded since its creation under unknown circumstances.
There are usually seven secret passages in and out of the school, and in addition, the series describes the use of twin vanishing cabinets to create another.
Filch knows of just four of these while the Marauders Remus Lupin, Peter Pettrigrew, Sirius and James and the Weasley twins know of all seven, though where some lead is unknown.
The Room of Requirement may, on occasion, create an eighth passage out of the school. The only known instance of this occurring is a passage to the Hog's Head bar that formed before the Battle of Hogwarts.
Due to the nature of the Room of Requirement, it is possible that several passages to different locations could be accessed from the Room.
The three passages out of Hogwarts that Filch does not know about are:. A further link between two vanishing cabinets, one in the school and the other in Borgin and Burkes in Knockturn Alley presumably worked until Chamber of Secrets when Peeves persuaded by Nearly Headless Nick smashed the Hogwarts cabinet.
The passage was reopened in Half-Blood Prince when Draco Malfoy fixed the cabinet. This passage is not shown on the Marauder's Map as it is not part of the castle itself.
Besides passages in and out of the school, there are also numerous short-cuts that lead from one part of the castle to another.
These are often concealed in such fashions as a tapestry which hides a hole in the wall. On the seventh floor opposite an enormous tapestry depicting Barnabas the Barmy attempting to train trolls for the ballet, the Room of Requirement appears only when someone is in need of it.
To make it appear, one must walk past its hidden entrance three times while concentrating on what is needed. The room will then appear, outfitted with whatever is required.
To the Hogwarts house-elves , it is also known as the Come and Go Room. Dumbledore was first to mention the room, noting that he discovered it at five-thirty in the morning, filled with chamber pots when he was trying to find a toilet.
However, Dumbledore did not appear to know the Room's secrets. Dobby later told Harry of the Room in detail and admitted to frequently bringing Winky to the room to cure her bouts of Butterbeer-induced drunkenness, finding it full of antidotes and a "nice elf-sized bed.
Trelawney also makes a habit of using it to hide her empty sherry bottles after she is sacked in Order of the Phoenix.
It would seem that when one wishes to hide something it produces the same room for everyone: the Room of Hidden Things, which is full of many centuries worth of abandoned objects, such as broken furniture, books, and in one case a dead quintaped for more information see Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them , which were presumably forgotten by their owners.
Harry learned of the room's abilities from Dobby, finding it the perfect location for his Dumbledore's Army meetings, during which it would be filled with bookcases full of Defence Against the Dark Arts volumes, many different kinds of Dark Detectors, and a plethora of floor cushions for practising defensive spells.
When the D. In Half-Blood Prince Harry used the Room of Hidden Things to stash his copy of Advanced Potion-Making , describing it as the size of a large cathedral and packed to overflowing with items hidden by Hogwarts inhabitants over the years, such as old potions, clothing, ruined furniture, an old tiara which happened to be one of Voldemort's Horcruxes , or books which were "no doubt banned or graffitied or stolen.
Ironically, while Harry tries many times to get into the Room of Requirement to see what Draco is doing, the only time he succeeds to get into the room and he is not thinking about Draco , he gains access to the room where Malfoy has been working.
In Deathly Hallows , the students who need a place to hide from the Carrows, two Death Eater professors, use the room.
It is also revealed that the Room of Requirement's current version can change while still occupied, though should a completely different version be required e.
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