||[Jul. 18th, 2004|12:06 am]
I do believe I'm not the only one in saying:
Dear J.K. Rowling,
WHO IS THE HALF-BLOOD PRINCE?
She just loves making us squirm with these mysterious titles.
I know I'm not JKR (ahh, if I were...) but I believe the HBP is Tom Riddle.
And if he isn't, then it's another character we haven't met yet.
J'adore your icon... ah, you are most likely right there, I didn't think of that. :)
Thank you! I made it because I'm almost completely convinced that Tom is the HBP but I'd like it to be Remus. Oh well... JKR is killing us, as usual. >_
you're very welcome. I love Remus, I just made my layout last night a Remus-based one. That would be very cool, for lack of a better word :D, if Remus was indeed the HBP.
Oh, yeah, I've just seen it! It looks great, and that line is one of my favourites :P And about him being the HBP... well, there's always hope. And if not, he can be our personal prince, lol.
thanks! I just couldn't resist, but only people that have read the books will actually get the line, but hey, that's the fun. I think that was a run-on sentence, oh well.
he can be our personal prince, lol.
Sounds good to me! ;)
My initial thought was that Tom is the Half blood prince, but I'm thinking that it may be an entirely new character. If you think about it, that will introduce sooo many more new plot ideas & make room for lots of twists.
Hi by the way, I'm new here but wanted to join in this topic.
My new theory (which is probably wrong but...) is that it's Godric Gryffindor. J.K. Rowling says that it is not Voldemort (as he and Tom Riddle are the same person, even though he is a half blood) and I doubt Harry is a prince (It is meant to be directly related to Chamber of secrets as the title of the sixth book was the original title of COS but got changed because the finished story had not relevence to the title. Harry finds out that he is a true Gryffindor in the second book, does this mean that Godric Gryffindor was a half blood? It would explain the rivalry between Gryffindor and Slytherin and also why Gryffindor is so tolerent of muggleborns. Also Tom Riddle describes Harry as being a half blood even though (to our knowledge) Harry is a pure blood. Is he not refering to Harry but to an ancestor of Harry with importance in the wizarding world, i.e Godric Gryffindor/
I find it hard to believe all of the founders were pure bloods.
However this does make Godric royalty but...
Sorry for the mini essay.
Nono, essays are welcome! I like your idea, it seems credible. I find myself wondering that maybe Harry could be distantly related to Godric Gryffindor, and that might have something to do with something (haha, aren't I vague?) but probably not. However, I like your theory.
Thanks for your thoughts! :)