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10/17/2018 c25 Bongzilla
Seeing as quite a bit of the Legend of Spyro series borrows so much from Lord of the Rings, Harry must get some the powers of the greatest Dragons of Middle Earth.

Harry should have the literal firepower of Ancalagon the Black and the ability to create storms like Ancalagon The Black as well and hypnotize people with the Dragon Spell like the legendary Glaurung in the Similrillion but try and merge it with the Harry Potter and Spyro series mechanics. Now on the topic of the Dragons of Arda. Here is everything that The Dragons of Arda can do.

Dragons were long-lived, powerful, cunning, possessed of subtle intelligence, had great physical strength, and were covered in nearly impenetrable scales everywhere except their undersides. They also possessed an overwhelming greed for treasure, especially gold, and were well known for sleeping on piles of stolen treasure. By their very nature, they relished not only the theft of beautiful things, but the act of dispossession itself; essentially, it was more satisfying for them to steal treasure from another rather than come upon unclaimed valuables. According to Thorin Oakenshield they had a very keen sense of the value of their hoard, but never themselves crafted so much as a brass ring. Dragons were prone to fits of anger, which could result in devastating effects upon the surrounding land and those living on it. The reasons behind their strong affinity for gold are unknown, but dragons often put a greater priority on possessing gold than on obtaining food, and they can survive not eating(and maybe drinking as well)for decades or perhaps centuries. This suggests that jewels may be primal sources of the great serpents' life forces(though they could also simply possess extremely slow metabolisms, similar to other reptiles but exaggerated). Due to this fact, dragons of Arda may or may not be immortal in ideal conditions, though regardless they are known to live for very long periods of time. Not much is known about the life cycle of dragons, but it is known that Glaurung, the progenitor of the species, took three centuries to grow from infancy to adulthood, and that he was considered an "adolescent" after growing for around a century. If Glaurung's development mirrors that of other dragons, then it also takes a great deal of time for their scales to become hard, as Glaurung's could still be penetrated by arrows after a century of development.

Many accounts of interaction between dragons and other beings makes mention of them speaking, using the Common Tongue. In conjunction with this, they also possessed a hypnotic power known as the "dragon-spell", by which weaker-willed beings could be put into a trance or bent to a dragon's will when the beast spoke. Even those of strong will could be subjected to this ability, especially if they were not prepared for it. Dragons could make even greater use of this ability through psychological manipulation, increasing the power of the spell by taunting a subject with knowledge of some inner conflict on the part of the subject. Glaurung, for instance, was not fully capable of bending Túrin to his will, but when the dragon began to taunt him with his own failings, Túrin became far more receptive to the dragon's suggestions. In addition, this dragon-spell seems to have had the ability to plant mistrust in the listener's mind. This power also extended to a dragon's treasure hoard, causing it to excite feelings of greed and animosity among others who would possess it. Feuds and battles frequently followed upon the death of a dragon; usually between the individual who slew the beast and the original owners(or their heirs)of its hoard, as well as an occasional ambitious third party. Some have speculated that this 'curse' played a part in Fram's death at the hands of the Dwarves after he had slain Scatha. The same could be said of the famous Battle of Five Armies upon the death of Smaug, though other external circumstances clearly played a significant role in causing that conflict.

Dragons evidently delighted in sowing discord and strife among others, and apparently had a love of riddles and puzzling talk, spending long hours trying to decipher it. Therefore, speaking in ambiguous riddles was the best way to converse with a dragon, as it was quite unwise to either tell the full truth or to directly refuse them. Bilbo Baggins used this knowledge to great effect during his confrontation with Smaug, entertaining him with vague doublespeak in order to keep him mentally occupied and relatively calm.

Dragons had an acute sense of smell. During his encounter with Smaug, Bilbo Baggins was informed in no uncertain terms by the dragon that knew that Bilbo was in the company of Dwarves due to the scent of a "dwarf-ridden pony" upon Bilbo. However, he was unable to determine what Bilbo was by scent, as he had never encountered a hobbit before. Furthermore, despite his invisibility, thanks to the One Ring, Smaug was aware of the Hobbit's presence by both his breath and the movement of the air he caused in the great hall. Dragons were known to be able to sleep with half an eye open, on the alert for intruders if they were suspicious. The hobbit, his senses perhaps heightened by wearing the ring, also reported seeing a pale ray of light emanating from Smaug's eye as he probed the chamber back and forth for the burglar.

Dragons had strong scales covering the majority of their bodies, which could resist most weapons, though young dragons had to grow into their natural armor. Mithril is said to have been as strong as dragon scales, though lighter in weight. The underbelly of a dragon was described as soft, slimy, and unarmored, and was often exploited as a point of vulnerability in combat. However, Smaug had lain so long on the heap of treasure in the deep of the Lonely Mountain that gems and coins had become encrusted in the slime, so that he was "armored above and below with iron scales and hard gems"; he was also said to have had scales there too making his underbelly harder to strike at than his back (though this protection was not complete, and ultimately resulted in him being killed). The Dwarves appear to have had some skill at fighting dragons, as seen when they held off Glaurung for a time in the Nirnaeth Arnoediad. This was one of the few instances where the battle was not due to stolen gold. The age-old fight between dwarves and dragons was primarily a result of the dwarves placing great value on their hard-earned treasure, and the dragon's habit of stealing it. King Dain I and his son Fror of the Grey Mountains were both slain at the doors of their hall by a great cold-drake. Both races had a lust for beautiful metals and gems, and so, naturally, came into conflict, with the dragons generally prevailing.

A great stench went before Glaurung, and his blood contained some sort of venom, though it is not known if all dragons had these two traits, although the Dwarves commented on the reek of Smaug that filled the Lonely Mountain's halls after the dragon's long stay there. Dragon fire was hot enough to melt the Rings of Power. Indeed, four of the seven rings gifted to the Dwarves were consumed by dragon fire. However, it was said by Gandalf that no dragon's fire would be hot enough to melt the One Ring, not even that of Ancalagon the Black, the greatest dragon.

Also Harry must get the urge to expand his knowledge and power and learn the various breaths, Dragon Kata, and The Magic Spells and all the powers that Classic Spyro has from the Classic Continuity and learns more of the magic systems of the Spyro Universe and later Harry seeks out the portals to Skylands and learns the spells and abilities from Magic Skylanders and gain the powers of Skylanders Spyro and what he could have learned potentially just to boost himself up the food chain but not lose control of himself or give in to his inner demons or be corrupted by all that power. Also Harry must learn more of the powers of the Purple Dragons when touring the cosmos and visiting the Classic Dragon Realms and Skylands.

Harry has to not only learn and develop all the powers of all the incarnations of Spyro but also all the ones Spyro could have potentially learned if he wanted to across the Franchise including Skylanders when Harry travels about the cosmos he learns more about the Purple Dragon.

In the original Spyro series, Purple Dragons weren't a major plot device nor were they legendary. There were a total of two known Purple Dragons who were included in this status: Spyro and the Sorcerer. Though several minor dragons, namely Alban, Halvor, Ivor, Ragnar, Asher, Sadiki, Claude, Mazi, Azizi, Obasi and Baruti, were also purple. Another dragon in Spyro: Year of the Dragon was also purple. It wasn't until Spyro: Shadow Legacy that the special status of the Purple Dragons was introduced into the series. They, like Spyro, are a special breed of dragon who are gifted with powerful magical energy. That energy is strong enough to withstand the negative and dark effects of magic. In the Classic series, in Spyro: Shadow Legacy, Zoe commented that Purple Dragons, like Spyro, really are powerful when he wasn't affected by the Shadow Realm and defeated the dark creatures due to his powerful magic energy. Of course it is possible that the status existed in the early games given that out of all the hundreds of dragons, only 13 dragons are purple.

In The Legend of Spyro trilogy, Purple Dragons are born once every ten generations, and can master all of the elements, as well as other abilities the Guardian dragons thought were not possible, including time itself. It is said that the purple dragon is supposed to bring justice, hope, and peace to the Dragon Realms. Purple Dragons have the ability to harness the power of all of the elements (Fire, Ice, Earth, Electricity, Wind, etc.), while all other dragons are capable of breathing one particular element. The signature ability of the Purple Dragon is Aether, both Light and Dark.

Malefore has also stated that he is eternal, which may be another ability that Purple Dragons possess, making them immortal.

Notable Purple Dragons

There have only been two known Purple Dragons in The Legend of Spyro series, Malefor and Spyro. It is unknown if there were any other Purple Dragons before them. The Chronicler claimed Malefor to be the first Purple Dragon, though this fact has been challenged by Malefor himself, who assured Spyro that there were many before him.

Role

The destiny of the Purple Dragon is to direct the fate of an era. Malefor believed that their destiny was to destroy the world. However, despite what Malefor stated, he abandoned his true calling and embraced the darkness, which twisted his views of the Purple Dragon's destiny. Unlike Malefor, Spyro saved the world instead. It should be noted that while Malefor needed the Destroyer to bring about what he saw was the destiny of the purple dragon by destroying the world, Spyro was capable of undoing the Destroyer's devastation

In the original Spyro series, Purple Dragons weren't a major plot device nor were they legendary. There were a total of two known Purple Dragons who were included in this status: Spyro and the Sorcerer. Though several minor dragons, namely Alban, Halvor, Ivor, Ragnar, Asher, Sadiki, Claude, Mazi, Azizi, Obasi and Baruti, were also purple. Another dragon in Spyro: Year of the Dragon was also purple.

The destiny of the Purple Dragon is to direct the fate of an era. Malefor believed that their destiny was to destroy the world. However, despite what Malefor stated, he abandoned his true calling and embraced the darkness, which twisted his views of the Purple Dragon's destiny. Unlike Malefor, Spyro saved the world instead. It should be noted that while Malefor needed the Destroyer to bring about what he saw was the destiny of the purple dragon by destroying the world, Spyro was capable of undoing the Destroyer's devastation with only his power.

Skylanders series

In the Skylanders franchise, Spyro came from a rare line of magical Purple Dragons that originated from a faraway land. He and Malefor are currently the only Purple Dragons shown in the series. Although Spyro can harness the power of the other elements, he prefers to master fire. He can also use the sinister magic of The Darkness(or other dark influences)and combine its power with his own, becoming Dark Spyro.

Purple Dragons share the same qualities as their Legend of Spyro counterpart, but they are associated with element of Magic. Aided by their magical energy, they are gifted with the power to harness the power of all of the other elements, including the power of darkness.

Legend of Spyro, Skylanders, and Classic series Attacks and Actions:
Fire
Electricity
Ice
Earth
Aether
Dragon Time
Wind
Darkness
Magic
Water
Tech
Undead
Air
Life
Nature

Homeworld:Dragon Realms: Classic and Legend continuities
Skylands(Skylanders) Dragon's Peak, also known as the Island of Scalos, where the oldest and
largest of their kind reside. Another dragon realm is the Dragon Temple, far above the main lands of Skylands.

Appearances of the Purple Dragon:
Spyro the Dragon: Classic series
Spyro: Year of the Dragon: Classic series
Spyro: Shadow Legacy: Classic series(powerful status first mentioned)

Appearances of the Purple Dragon in The Legend of Spyro series.
The Legend of Spyro: A New Beginning
The Legend of Spyro: The Eternal Night
The Legend of Spyro: Dawn of the Dragon

Appearances of the Purple Dragon in Skylanders.
Skylanders: Spyro's Adventure
Skylanders: Return of the Dragon King
Skylanders Academy (TV series)

Now I do think it is paramount that we go over not just the Purple Dragon but the Regular Dragons across the franchise.

First of the classic series. As in most western mythology, dragons are capable of flying and breathing fire (although in Shadow Legacy, Elder Tomas claims to have lost his fire breathing abilities due to old age). Dragons are also highly magical. In fact, they are so magical that their absence causes the Forgotten Worlds to slowly lose its own magic. Also, in Shadow Legacy, the wizards of Wizard Peak worship the dragons due to their superior magical abilities.

Spyro is the only dragon ever shown to breathe anything besides fire. However, in Shadow Legacy, Elder Astor is capable of training him on using ice breath. Unlike in the Legend and Skylanders series, Spyro seems to need outside aid to use other breaths, such as magic from fairies or Bianca.

In Enter the Dragonfly, Dragons are shown to give dragonflies to their hatchlings. The dragonflies' magic protects the young dragons. However, Spyro and Sparx are the only pair of dragon-and-dragonfly ever shown together

Now for the Legend of Spyro series of Dragons powers. Dragons have different breaths that are based on the color of their scales or eyes: Red for Fire, Yellow for Electricity, Blue for Ice, or Green for Earth. Ignitus has stated that after a dragon dies, they become a part of nature and with the elements (this may be how spirit gems are created).

Now for the Skylanders series of Dragons. Dragons are one of the native species that reside in Skylands, with Spyro being one of the many dragon characters. Skylands features a variety of dragon species closely connected to the elements - from water dragons to rock dragons, undead dragons, and even rare purple dragons.

Younger dragons are highly adaptive to their surroundings, making the way they are raised a key factor in determining their adult forms, powers and personalities. Dragons are also pranksters. It is mentioned in many of the Dragons' biographies that they tend to be outsiders. Despite being shunned by those around them, dragons do have a strong sense of responsibility or purpose

Although the known trait for dragons is their ability to breathe fire, each dragon Skylander puts their own elemental twist on this talent. Dragons also can live for hundreds of years, such as Ramses for example who was able to rule over his land for centuries, and is still alive to this day. Dragons possess powerful magic, which makes them immune to mind control and can even be used to reverse the power of the rogue Ancient, [Brain]. Purple Dragons, like Spyro and Malefor, are a rare species of dragon who are associated with the Magic element. This allows them to harness the power of the other elements. There are also many other species of dragons, such as Water Dragons, Snow Dragons, Bone Dragons, and many more, each with their own unique abilities.

Now for the Odin's Sphere adventure. People want Harry to end up learning the secrets of Erion's magic's and Harry Potter ends up feeding on the Origin of Flame in the Volcano Lands of Erion to further increase his powers over fire. If I were you I would make this after Harry facing Voldemort but before getting the Persona Powers.
10/17/2018 c25 Bongzilla
Okay I am going to have to resend the list as it was cut and I will have to post more than once. Also I hope Harry gets all the powers of all of the Incarnations of Spyro from across the Legend of Spyro and The Classic Spyro the Dragon series and Skylanders at 100% Completion

First off Harry learns the mystical theories of real world mysticism like Druidic practices, Norse Runes and other Norse magic's like Gandr and Seidr With Harry gaining all his cannon powers. Also I would love it if Harry Potter got the Wild Card and the entire Norse Pantheon and the Dragon Persona's first from every Persona game and all those that you can get in Persona 3, 4, and learns Norse Magic.

The Norse Magic's are Gandr, Seidr, along with Celtic, Welsh, and Druidic Magic and Celtic Oghaam befitting the mythos of Merlin as an Old Celtic and Druidic religious figure who did go to Hogwarts in the Slytherin House in HP cannon and the times the Vikings sacked the British Isles along with all of his cannon powers and learn the various paths of mysticism of all the world cultures that the various Persona's in the franchise originate from without compromising on his soul or selling it out; for example Taoism, Omoyudo, Celtic Magic, Western and Eastern Alchemy, and Ancient Egyptian magic. Also during the Persona Adventure Harry has to learn Norse and Celtic Magic along with everything Harry can do in cannon from across the franchise. After he masters his Dragon Powers and after Hogwarts in my opinion.

Oh and if you decide for Harry to go down events of one of the Persona games here is my take on implementing elements of Persona 3, 4, and 5. Go with Persona 4 as the Tarot Cards fit Western Magic and Harry Potter is all about Magic. And make sure Harry gets everything that the Player Character gets when going for 100% Completion. However if you go with Harry getting a Persona, make sure he can only use his regular Wizarding Magic and his Persona's until he gets the Universe or World Arcana to balance everything out.

Now if you need help on researching the Shin Megami Tensei series, take a look at the Megami Tensei wiki and before I go any further if you do decide to do a Person a crossover you need to know the differences of the mystical powers of the Shin Megami Tensei and Persona series.

The first method in the Persona series is the utilization of ones own spiritual essence in the form of a historical, religious or mythological figure in the form of a Persona based in Jungian Psychology and the Tarot Card and the 32 Major Arcana of the Western Magical Tradition. But a Persona can only be summoned under special circumstances but can be summoned outside of those circumstances with enough hard work. I recommend you make Harry get all the Norse Pantheon, and The Persona's that are traditionally Dragons as the first Persona's he gets to please people.

And the second method involves invoking of demons, angels, Pagan Gods, and other supernatural entities in the Shin Megami Tensei and series has much more power but revolves around combat when a human being is working with a supernatural entity which is usually the source of most of the player characters. Key word being usually.

Now I have to say I am loving how Vaerath is treating everybody like people. My only problem is that we do not see enough of what makes Vaerath a person. Also some advice on Vaerath's later characterization. The trap you have to avoid with him is the mentor who solves everything cliché.

Also I hope Harry gets better than in cannon. Also in my opinion Harry Potter has to learn how the various worlds that the Dragons inhabit see magic and more of the true nature of Magic and the powers of the Purple Dragon.

Magic is the wave of energy that flows through the universe in the Spyro the Dragon series. It masters the timelines and the outcomes of events, as well as powering the majority of items and objects in the worlds. Some creatures can naturally control the flow of magic such as dragons, fairies and wizards, whilst some creatures will have to learn how to perform magic and others can neither control nor sense it.

Some forces of black magic can block of regular magic or scramble magical signals. Some locations and worlds are in need of magic to function properly, such as the Forgotten Worlds, while some creatures need magic to survive, such as the Sorceress.

For most magic to be performed, there is in most cases need of a spell to be cast. This is done either by wand or hand and requires strange, mostly Latin, words to be uttered by the caster. This can either be done verbally or non-verbally.

Known magic
Wand magic
Hand magic
Transmogrification
Prestidigitation
Levitation
Universal flow of magic
Teleportation

Magic is the force that binds all of Skylands together. The history of Magic can be traced back to before the Arkeyans. They discovered that a substance called Quicksilver was the very essence of all magical being. They harnessed the power of Magic and combined it with technology to create huge and powerful weapons of war.

The Magic element played a part during the battle between the Skylanders and Kaos's minions. When the Core of Light was destroyed by the Hydra, the Skylanders weren't destroyed by the explosion. By the power of Magic, they were banished in balls of light and jettisoned from Skylands into space. As they hurtled through the unknown, they shrank and froze in time before landing on Earth, where they found new Portal Masters to aid their cause.

Eternal Magic Source

The Eternal Magic Source is the birthplace of all creation. Its power is so great that it cannot be contained, even by the Arkeyans. The Weapon Masters stored the Eternal Magic Source in their armory, where it was guarded for the purpose of preventing future generations from discovering their secrets.

Quicksilver

The Quicksilver is the energy that flows through all things magic. It is an ancient oil that is essential to Magic within the Core of Light and must be used to bind every other element together.

Abilities

Skylanders and enemies who are associated with this element use the art of sorcery or magical powers to take down their opponents. They are strong against Undead but weak against Tech characters in the Battle Arena. The color of this element is purple.

After opening a Magic Gate, the Magic Skylanders creates a magical bridge to cross gaps. When in their toy form, Magic-based Skylanders stand on a pedestal that is marked with stars and moons.

Purple Dragons are a rare, magical breed of dragon who use the Magic element to harness the power of all the elements of Skylands.

Magic Elemental Characters

Skylanders

Spyro the Dragon

Dark Spyro

Legendary Spyro

Double Trouble

Royal Double Trouble

Wrecking Ball Buddy

Wrecking Ball

Voodood

In The Legend of Spyro series, magic seems to be more of a elemental and universal force revolving around metaphysical elements like souls with the spirit gems which are the Legend of Spyro Dragons life force, the elements of Fire, Wind, Ice, Water, Lightning, Earth and the universal force being Aether which is divided between Light and Dark Aether which is utilized by Dragon Kind naturally without any tools. It is possible to harness the powers of the Spirit Gems but only with undisclosed tools and rituals and Aether can bestow powers not common to dragon kind. However the Element of Aether is exclusive to Purple Dragons and those changed by Aether

HP spells can easily defy logic such as transfiguration by turning a table into a pig for instance, Can use multiple elements easily with no problem, can teleport, and can cast spells that can last for centuries at least and some artifacts keep their powers as fresh as the day they were created and it can do pretty much anything aside from creating food from thin air and raise the dead. Wizards while lacking in physical fitness and easily harmless once you disarm them most of them, excluding those who learn to cast wandless magic. The Magic in Harry Potter can also appear in people who have had no background in Magic as we see with Hermione Granger, and those with long standing in using magic do have some abilities that new comers usually do not have, barring some exceptions and as a individual wizard grows older, so do their spells, with practice and hard work and one of the greatest strengths about HP magic is the flexibility. Transfiguration and conjuration are extremely powerful and flexible. Those two schools are underused in cannon HP. Transfiguring gasses, or acid, or super glue in large amounts. While a transfigured animal might not be a threat to a Spyro franchise Dragon, one that effectively comes out of no where from behind them would still be dangerous and a distraction. There are also plenty of elemental effects that would be strong. A thought and a word give Harry a flame thrower, or a fire hose, freezes the water, blows huge winds. The ability to throw large objects around with magic is very dangerous. Boulders and trees could come flying from any direction. Invisibility, confusion/mind control, blinding light, darkness, teleportation, detection spells to find people, magical force fields and shields and walls, wards. HP magic can do almost anything, and a lot of the time it can do it quickly. It's not the colored lights that they shoot around in most of cannon HP that makes Wizards dangerous, evidence of this fact is that the two most dangerous Wizards in HP cannon, Voldemort and Dumbledore, barely use normal curses when they fight. This is due to J.K. Rowling basing the magic's of the Harry Potter world in real world mystical folklore.

Now seeing as you are giving Voldemort a boost lets make a list of all the powers people want Harry to gain in this story and sequel stories. Now I know this is a lot but bear with us as we are trying to help and take a close look.

Now remember some are for possibly later adventures for Harry, maybe after his school years so to help you keep organized. Also I would look at the Spyro Wiki for what Harry can really do now he has Dragon Blood pumping in his veins. Speaking of which when will Harry get his

First off Harry learns the mystical theories of real world mysticism like Druidic practices, Norse Runes and other Norse magic's like Gandr and Seidr With Harry gaining all his cannon powers. Also I would love it if Harry Potter got the Wild Card and the entire Norse Pantheon and the Dragon Persona's first from every Persona game and all those that you can get in Persona 3, 4, and learns Norse Magic.

The Norse Magic's are Gandr, Seidr, along with Celtic, Welsh, and Druidic Magic and Celtic Oghaam befitting the mythos of Merlin as an Old Celtic and Druidic religious figure who did go to Hogwarts in the Slytherin House in HP cannon and the times the Vikings sacked the British Isles along with all of his cannon powers and learn the various paths of mysticism of all the world cultures that the various Persona's in the franchise originate from without compromising on his soul or selling it out; for example Taoism, Omoyudo, Celtic Magic, Western and Eastern Alchemy, and Ancient Egyptian magic. Also during the Persona Adventure Harry has to learn Norse and Celtic Magic along with everything Harry can do in cannon from across the franchise. After he masters his Dragon Powers and after Hogwarts in my opinion.

Oh and if you decide for Harry to go down events of one of the Persona games here is my take on implementing elements of Persona 3, 4, and 5. Go with Persona 4 as the Tarot Cards fit Western Magic and Harry Potter is all about Magic. And make sure Harry gets everything that the Player Character gets when going for 100% Completion. However if you go with Harry getting a Persona, make sure he can only use his regular Wizarding Magic and his Persona's until he gets the Universe or World Arcana to balance everything out.

Now if you need help on researching the Shin Megami Tensei series, take a look at the Megami Tensei wiki and before I go any further if you do decide to do a Person a crossover you need to know the differences of the mystical powers of the Shin Megami Tensei and Persona series.

The first method in the Persona series is the utilization of ones own spiritual essence in the form of a historical, religious or mythological figure in the form of a Persona based in Jungian Psychology and the Tarot Card and the 32 Major Arcana of the Western Magical Tradition. But a Persona can only be summoned under special circumstances but can be summoned outside of those circumstances with enough hard work. I recommend you make Harry get all the Norse Pantheon, and The Persona's that are traditionally Dragons as the first Persona's he gets to please people.

And the second method involves invoking of demons, angels, Pagan Gods, and other supernatural entities in the Shin Megami Tensei and series has much more power but revolves around combat when a human being is working with a supernatural entity which is usually the source of most of the player characters. Key word being usually.

Also Harry must get the urge to expand his knowledge and power and learn the various breaths, Dragon Kata, and The Magic Spells and all the powers that Classic Spyro has from the Classic Continuity and learns more of the magic systems of the Spyro Universe and later Harry seeks out the portals to Skylands and learns the spells and abilities from Magic Skylanders and gain the powers of Skylanders Spyro and what he could have learned potentially just to boost himself up the food chain but not lose control of himself or give in to his inner demons or be corrupted by all that power. Also Harry must learn more of the powers of the Purple Dragons when touring the cosmos and visiting the Classic Dragon Realms and Skylands.

Harry has to not only learn and develop all the powers of all the incarnations of Spyro but also all the ones Spyro could have potentially learned if he wanted to across the Franchise including Skylanders when Harry travels about the cosmos he learns more about the Purple Dragon. Here is what I found on the Purple Dragons of the Spyro Series.

In the original Spyro series, Purple Dragons weren't a major plot device nor were they legendary. There were a total of two known Purple Dragons who were included in this status: Spyro and the Sorcerer. Though several minor dragons, namely Alban, Halvor, Ivor, Ragnar, Asher, Sadiki, Claude, Mazi, Azizi, Obasi and Baruti, were also purple. Another dragon in Spyro: Year of the Dragon was also purple. It wasn't until Spyro: Shadow Legacy that the special status of the Purple Dragons was introduced into the series. They, like Spyro, are a special breed of dragon who are gifted with powerful magical energy. That energy is strong enough to withstand the negative and dark effects of magic. In the Classic series, in Spyro: Shadow Legacy, Zoe commented that Purple Dragons, like Spyro, really are powerful when he wasn't affected by the Shadow Realm and defeated the dark creatures due to his powerful magic energy. Of course it is possible that the status existed in the early games given that out of all the hundreds of dragons, only 13 dragons are purple.

Now people want Vaerath to teach Harry Potter those Dungeons and Dragons style spells that the characters in Job Interviews have based on their classes, but you must merge them into the Legend of Spyro and Harry Potter magic systems just to try and make it more accessible to the fans of Harry Potter and Spyro fans but gradually expand as that was only problem with those characters as they did not have enough buildup and came right out of nowhere along with whatever powers that can be used. The same should be done with any of the idea for Sequel series and their mechanics.

Also Harry must get the urge to expand his knowledge and power and learn the various breaths, Dragon Kata, and The Magic Spells and all the powers that Classic Spyro has from the Classic Continuity and learns more of the magic systems of the Spyro Universe and later Harry seeks out the portals to Skylands and learns the spells and abilities from Magic Skylanders and gain the powers of Skylanders Spyro and what he could have learned potentially just to boost himself up the food chain but not lose control of himself or give in to his inner demons or be corrupted by all that power. Also Harry must learn more of the powers of the Purple Dragons when touring the cosmos and visiting the Classic Dragon Realms and Skylands.

Harry has to not only learn and develop all the powers of all the incarnations of Spyro but also all the ones Spyro could have potentially learned if he wanted to across the Franchise including Skylanders when Harry travels about the cosmos he learns more about the Purple Dragon. Here is what I found on the Purple Dragons of the Spyro Series.

In the original Spyro series, Purple Dragons weren't a major plot device nor were they legendary. There were a total of two known Purple Dragons who were included in this status: Spyro and the Sorcerer. Though several minor dragons, namely Alban, Halvor, Ivor, Ragnar, Asher, Sadiki, Claude, Mazi, Azizi, Obasi and Baruti, were also purple. Another dragon in Spyro: Year of the Dragon was also purple. It wasn't until Spyro: Shadow Legacy that the special status of the Purple Dragons was introduced into the series. They, like Spyro, are a special breed of dragon who are gifted with powerful magical energy. That energy is strong enough to withstand the negative and dark effects of magic. In the Classic series, in Spyro: Shadow Legacy, Zoe commented that Purple Dragons, like Spyro, really are powerful when he wasn't affected by the Shadow Realm and defeated the dark creatures due to his powerful magic energy. Of course it is possible that the status existed in the early games given that out of all the hundreds of dragons, only 13 dragons are purple.

In The Legend of Spyro trilogy, Purple Dragons are born once every ten generations, and can master all of the elements, as well as other abilities the Guardian dragons thought were not possible, including time itself. It is said that the purple dragon is supposed to bring justice, hope, and peace to the Dragon Realms. Purple Dragons have the ability to harness the power of all of the elements (Fire, Ice, Earth, Electricity, Wind, etc.), while all other dragons are capable of breathing one particular element. The signature ability of the Purple Dragon is Aether, both Light and Dark.

Malefore has also stated that he is eternal, which may be another ability that Purple Dragons possess, making them immortal.

Notable Purple Dragons

There have only been two known Purple Dragons in The Legend of Spyro series, Malefor and Spyro. It is unknown if there were any other Purple Dragons before them. The Chronicler claimed Malefor to be the first Purple Dragon, though this fact has been challenged by Malefor himself, who assured Spyro that there were many before him.

Role

The destiny of the Purple Dragon is to direct the fate of an era. Malefor believed that their destiny was to destroy the world. However, despite what Malefor stated, he abandoned his true calling and embraced the darkness, which twisted his views of the Purple Dragon's destiny. Unlike Malefor, Spyro saved the world instead. It should be noted that while Malefor needed the Destroyer to bring about what he saw was the destiny of the purple dragon by destroying the world, Spyro was capable of undoing the Destroyer's devastation

In the original Spyro series, Purple Dragons weren't a major plot device nor were they legendary. There were a total of two known Purple Dragons who were included in this status: Spyro and the Sorcerer. Though several minor dragons, namely Alban, Halvor, Ivor, Ragnar, Asher, Sadiki, Claude, Mazi, Azizi, Obasi and Baruti, were also purple. Another dragon in Spyro: Year of the D
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First off I have to ask, will Harry get all the powers that Spyro gets when you go for 100% Completion in Skylanders, the Legend of Spyro series, and the Classic Spyro series including all the various breaths and spells? Because that would be cool including the ones that people want Harry to gain in this story and in later sequel stories.

Now I am going to have to list all of them for possible later adventures for Harry, maybe after his school years so to help you keep organized and I will have to do it more than once. Also I would look at the Spyro Wiki for what Harry can really do now he has Dragon Blood pumping in his veins.

First off Harry learns the mystical theories of real world mysticism like Druidic practices, Norse Runes and other Norse magic's like Gandr and Seidr With Harry gaining all his cannon powers. Also I would love it if Harry Potter got the Wild Card and the entire Norse Pantheon and the Dragon Persona's first from every Persona game and all those that you can get in Persona 3, 4, and learns Norse Magic.

The Norse Magic's are Gandr, Seidr, along with Celtic, Welsh, and Druidic Magic and Celtic Oghaam befitting the mythos of Merlin as an Old Celtic and Druidic religious figure who did go to Hogwarts in the Slytherin House in HP cannon and the times the Vikings sacked the British Isles along with all of his cannon powers and learn the various paths of mysticism of all the world cultures that the various Persona's in the franchise originate from without compromising on his soul or selling it out; for example Taoism, Omoyudo, Celtic Magic, Western and Eastern Alchemy, and Ancient Egyptian magic. Also during the Persona Adventure Harry has to learn Norse and Celtic Magic along with everything Harry can do in cannon from across the franchise. After he masters his Dragon Powers and after Hogwarts in my opinion.

Oh and if you decide for Harry to go down events of one of the Persona games here is my take on implementing elements of Persona 3, 4, and 5. Go with Persona 4 as the Tarot Cards fit Western Magic and Harry Potter is all about Magic. And make sure Harry gets everything that the Player Character gets when going for 100% Completion. However if you go with Harry getting a Persona, make sure he can only use his regular Wizarding Magic and his Persona's until he gets the Universe or World Arcana to balance everything out.

Now if you need help on researching the Shin Megami Tensei series, take a look at the Megami Tensei wiki and before I go any further if you do decide to do a Person a crossover you need to know the differences of the mystical powers of the Shin Megami Tensei and Persona series.

The first method in the Persona series is the utilization of ones own spiritual essence in the form of a historical, religious or mythological figure in the form of a Persona based in Jungian Psychology and the Tarot Card and the 32 Major Arcana of the Western Magical Tradition. But a Persona can only be summoned under special circumstances but can be summoned outside of those circumstances with enough hard work. I recommend you make Harry get all the Norse Pantheon, and The Persona's that are traditionally Dragons as the first Persona's he gets to please people.

And the second method involves invoking of demons, angels, Pagan Gods, and other supernatural entities in the Shin Megami Tensei and series has much more power but revolves around combat when a human being is working with a supernatural entity which is usually the source of most of the player characters. Key word being usually.

Now I have to say I am loving how Vaerath is treating everybody like people. My only problem is that we do not see enough of what makes Vaerath a person. Also some advice on Vaerath's later characterization. The trap you have to avoid with him is the mentor who solves everything cliché.

Also I Hope Harry gets better than in cannon. Also in my opinion Harry Potter has to learn how the various worlds that the Dragons inhabit see magic and more of the true nature of Magic and the powers of the Purple Dragon.

Magic is the wave of energy that flows through the universe in the Spyro the Dragon series. It masters the timelines and the outcomes of events, as well as powering the majority of items and objects in the worlds. Some creatures can naturally control the flow of magic such as dragons, fairies and wizards, whilst some creatures will have to learn how to perform magic and others can neither control nor sense it.

Some forces of black magic can block of regular magic or scramble magical signals. Some locations and worlds are in need of magic to function properly, such as the Forgotten Worlds, while some creatures need magic to survive, such as the Sorceress.

For most magic to be performed, there is in most cases need of a spell to be cast. This is done either by wand or hand and requires strange, mostly Latin, words to be uttered by the caster. This can either be done verbally or non-verbally.

Known magic
Wand magic
Hand magic
Transmogrification
Prestidigitation
Levitation
Universal flow of magic
Teleportation

Magic is the force that binds all of Skylands together. The history of Magic can be traced back to before the Arkeyans. They discovered that a substance called Quicksilver was the very essence of all magical being. They harnessed the power of Magic and combined it with technology to create huge and powerful weapons of war.

The Magic element played a part during the battle between the Skylanders and Kaos's minions. When the Core of Light was destroyed by the Hydra, the Skylanders weren't destroyed by the explosion. By the power of Magic, they were banished in balls of light and jettisoned from Skylands into space. As they hurtled through the unknown, they shrank and froze in time before landing on Earth, where they found new Portal Masters to aid their cause.

Eternal Magic Source

The Eternal Magic Source is the birthplace of all creation. Its power is so great that it cannot be contained, even by the Arkeyans. The Weapon Masters stored the Eternal Magic Source in their armory, where it was guarded for the purpose of preventing future generations from discovering their secrets.

Quicksilver

The Quicksilver is the energy that flows through all things magic. It is an ancient oil that is essential to Magic within the Core of Light and must be used to bind every other element together.

Abilities

Skylanders and enemies who are associated with this element use the art of sorcery or magical powers to take down their opponents. They are strong against Undead but weak against Tech characters in the Battle Arena. The color of this element is purple.

After opening a Magic Gate, the Magic Skylanders creates a magical bridge to cross gaps. When in their toy form, Magic-based Skylanders stand on a pedestal that is marked with stars and moons.

Purple Dragons are a rare, magical breed of dragon who use the Magic element to harness the power of all the elements of Skylands.

Magic Elemental Characters

Skylanders

Spyro the Dragon

Dark Spyro

Legendary Spyro

Double Trouble

Royal Double Trouble

Wrecking Ball Buddy

Wrecking Ball

Voodood

In The Legend of Spyro series, magic seems to be more of a elemental and universal force revolving around metaphysical elements like souls with the spirit gems which are the Legend of Spyro Dragons life force, the elements of Fire, Wind, Ice, Water, Lightning, Earth and the universal force being Aether which is divided between Light and Dark Aether which is utilized by Dragon Kind naturally without any tools. It is possible to harness the powers of the Spirit Gems but only with undisclosed tools and rituals and Aether can bestow powers not common to dragon kind. However the Element of Aether is exclusive to Purple Dragons and those changed by Aether

HP spells can easily defy logic such as transfiguration by turning a table into a pig for instance, Can use multiple elements easily with no problem, can teleport, and can cast spells that can last for centuries at least and some artifacts keep their powers as fresh as the day they were created and it can do pretty much anything aside from creating food from thin air and raise the dead. Wizards while lacking in physical fitness and easily harmless once you disarm them most of them, excluding those who learn to cast wandless magic. The Magic in Harry Potter can also appear in people who have had no background in Magic as we see with Hermione Granger, and those with long standing in using magic do have some abilities that new comers usually do not have, barring some exceptions and as a individual wizard grows older, so do their spells, with practice and hard work and one of the greatest strengths about HP magic is the flexibility. Transfiguration and conjuration are extremely powerful and flexible. Those two schools are underused in cannon HP. Transfiguring gasses, or acid, or super glue in large amounts. While a transfigured animal might not be a threat to a Spyro franchise Dragon, one that effectively comes out of no where from behind them would still be dangerous and a distraction. There are also plenty of elemental effects that would be strong. A thought and a word give Harry a flame thrower, or a fire hose, freezes the water, blows huge winds. The ability to throw large objects around with magic is very dangerous. Boulders and trees could come flying from any direction. Invisibility, confusion/mind control, blinding light, darkness, teleportation, detection spells to find people, magical force fields and shields and walls, wards. HP magic can do almost anything, and a lot of the time it can do it quickly. It's not the colored lights that they shoot around in most of cannon HP that makes Wizards dangerous, evidence of this fact is that the two most dangerous Wizards in HP cannon, Voldemort and Dumbledore, barely use normal curses when they fight. This is due to J.K. Rowling basing the magic's of the Harry Potter world in real world mystical folklore.

Now seeing as you are giving Voldemort a boost lets make a list of all the powers people want Harry to gain in this story and sequel stories. Now I know this is a lot but bear with us as we are trying to help and take a close look.

Now remember some are for possibly later adventures for Harry, maybe after his school years so to help you keep organized. Also I would look at the Spyro Wiki for what Harry can really do now he has Dragon Blood pumping in his veins. Speaking of which when will Harry get his

First off Harry learns the mystical theories of real world mysticism like Druidic practices, Norse Runes and other Norse magic's like Gandr and Seidr With Harry gaining all his cannon powers. Also I would love it if Harry Potter got the Wild Card and the entire Norse Pantheon and the Dragon Persona's first from every Persona game and all those that you can get in Persona 3, 4, and learns Norse Magic.

The Norse Magic's are Gandr, Seidr, along with Celtic, Welsh, and Druidic Magic and Celtic Oghaam befitting the mythos of Merlin as an Old Celtic and Druidic religious figure who did go to Hogwarts in the Slytherin House in HP cannon and the times the Vikings sacked the British Isles along with all of his cannon powers and learn the various paths of mysticism of all the world cultures that the various Persona's in the franchise originate from without compromising on his soul or selling it out; for example Taoism, Omoyudo, Celtic Magic, Western and Eastern Alchemy, and Ancient Egyptian magic. Also during the Persona Adventure Harry has to learn Norse and Celtic Magic along with everything Harry can do in cannon from across the franchise. After he masters his Dragon Powers and after Hogwarts in my opinion.

Oh and if you decide for Harry to go down events of one of the Persona games here is my take on implementing elements of Persona 3, 4, and 5. Go with Persona 4 as the Tarot Cards fit Western Magic and Harry Potter is all about Magic. And make sure Harry gets everything that the Player Character gets when going for 100% Completion. However if you go with Harry getting a Persona, make sure he can only use his regular Wizarding Magic and his Persona's until he gets the Universe or World Arcana to balance everything out.

Now if you need help on researching the Shin Megami Tensei series, take a look at the Megami Tensei wiki and before I go any further if you do decide to do a Person a crossover you need to know the differences of the mystical powers of the Shin Megami Tensei and Persona series.

The first method in the Persona series is the utilization of ones own spiritual essence in the form of a historical, religious or mythological figure in the form of a Persona based in Jungian Psychology and the Tarot Card and the 32 Major Arcana of the Western Magical Tradition. But a Persona can only be summoned under special circumstances but can be summoned outside of those circumstances with enough hard work. I recommend you make Harry get all the Norse Pantheon, and The Persona's that are traditionally Dragons as the first Persona's he gets to please people.

And the second method involves invoking of demons, angels, Pagan Gods, and other supernatural entities in the Shin Megami Tensei and series has much more power but revolves around combat when a human being is working with a supernatural entity which is usually the source of most of the player characters. Key word being usually.

Also Harry must get the urge to expand his knowledge and power and learn the various breaths, Dragon Kata, and The Magic Spells and all the powers that Classic Spyro has from the Classic Continuity and learns more of the magic systems of the Spyro Universe and later Harry seeks out the portals to Skylands and learns the spells and abilities from Magic Skylanders and gain the powers of Skylanders Spyro and what he could have learned potentially just to boost himself up the food chain but not lose control of himself or give in to his inner demons or be corrupted by all that power. Also Harry must learn more of the powers of the Purple Dragons when touring the cosmos and visiting the Classic Dragon Realms and Skylands.

Harry has to not only learn and develop all the powers of all the incarnations of Spyro but also all the ones Spyro could have potentially learned if he wanted to across the Franchise including Skylanders when Harry travels about the cosmos he learns more about the Purple Dragon. Here is what I found on the Purple Dragons of the Spyro Series.

In the original Spyro series, Purple Dragons weren't a major plot device nor were they legendary. There were a total of two known Purple Dragons who were included in this status: Spyro and the Sorcerer. Though several minor dragons, namely Alban, Halvor, Ivor, Ragnar, Asher, Sadiki, Claude, Mazi, Azizi, Obasi and Baruti, were also purple. Another dragon in Spyro: Year of the Dragon was also purple. It wasn't until Spyro: Shadow Legacy that the special status of the Purple Dragons was introduced into the series. They, like Spyro, are a special breed of dragon who are gifted with powerful magical energy. That energy is strong enough to withstand the negative and dark effects of magic. In the Classic series, in Spyro: Shadow Legacy, Zoe commented that Purple Dragons, like Spyro, really are powerful when he wasn't affected by the Shadow Realm and defeated the dark creatures due to his powerful magic energy. Of course it is possible that the status existed in the early games given that out of all the hundreds of dragons, only 13 dragons are purple.

Now people want Vaerath to teach Harry Potter those Dungeons and Dragons style spells that the characters in Job Interviews have based on their classes, but you must merge them into the Legend of Spyro and Harry Potter magic systems just to try and make it more accessible to the fans of Harry Potter and Spyro fans but gradually expand as that was only problem with those characters as they did not have enough buildup and came right out of nowhere along with whatever powers that can be used. The same should be done with any of the idea for Sequel series and their mechanics.

Also Harry must get the urge to expand his knowledge and power and learn the various breaths, Dragon Kata, and The Magic Spells and all the powers that Classic Spyro has from the Classic Continuity and learns more of the magic systems of the Spyro Universe and later Harry seeks out the portals to Skylands and learns the spells and abilities from Magic Skylanders and gain the powers of Skylanders Spyro and what he could have learned potentially just to boost himself up the food chain but not lose control of himself or give in to his inner demons or be corrupted by all that power. Also Harry must learn more of the powers of the Purple Dragons when touring the cosmos and visiting the Classic Dragon Realms and Skylands.

Harry has to not only learn and develop all the powers of all the incarnations of Spyro but also all the ones Spyro could have potentially learned if he wanted to across the Franchise including Skylanders when Harry travels about the cosmos he learns more about the Purple Dragon. Here is what I found on the Purple Dragons of the Spyro Series.

In the original Spyro series, Purple Dragons weren't a major plot device nor were they legendary. There were a total of two known Purple Dragons who were included in this status: Spyro and the Sorcerer. Though several minor dragons, namely Alban, Halvor, Ivor, Ragnar, Asher, Sadiki, Claude, Mazi, Azizi, Obasi and Baruti, were also purple. Another dragon in Spyro: Year of the Dragon was also purple. It wasn't until Spyro: Shadow Legacy that the special status of the Purple Dragons was introduced into the series. They, like Spyro, are a special breed of dragon who are gifted with powerful magical energy. That energy is strong enough to withstand the negative and dark effects of magic. In the Classic series, in Spyro: Shadow Legacy, Zoe commented that Purple Dragons, like Spyro, really are powerful when he wasn't affected by the Shadow Realm and defeated the dark creatures due to his powerful magic energy. Of course it is possible that the status existed in the early games given that out of all the hundreds of dragons, only 13 dragons are purple.

In The Legend of Spyro trilogy, Purple Dragons are born once every ten generations, and can master all of the elements, as well as other abilities the Guardian dragons thought were not possible, including time itself. It is said that the purple dragon is supposed to bring justice, hope, and peace to the Dragon Realms. Purple Dragons have the ability to harness the power of all of the elements (Fire, Ice, Earth, Electricity, Wind, etc.), while all other dragons are capable of breathing one particular element. The signature ability of the Purple Dragon is Aether, both Light and Dark.

Malefore has also stated that he is eternal, which may be another ability that Purple Dragons possess, making them immortal.

Notable Purple Dragons

There have only been two known Purple Dragons in The Legend of Spyro series, Malefor and Spyro. It is unknown if there were any other Purple Dragons before them. The Chronicler claimed Malefor to be the first Purple Dragon, though this fact has been challenged by Malefor himself, who assured Spyro that there were many before him.

Role

The destiny of the Purple Dragon is to direct the fate of an era. Malefor believed that their destiny was to destroy the world. However, despite what Malefor stated, he abandoned his true calling and embraced the darkness, which twisted his views of the Purple Dragon's destiny. Unlike Malefor, Spyro saved the world instead. It should be noted that while Malefor needed the Destroyer to bring about what he saw was the destiny of the purple dragon by destroying the world, Spyro was capable of undoing the Destroyer's devastati
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I Hope Harry gets better than in cannon. Also in my opinion Harry Potter has to learn how the various worlds that the Dragons inhabit see magic and more of the true nature of Magic and the powers of the Purple Dragon.

Magic is the wave of energy that flows through the universe in the Spyro the Dragon series. It masters the timelines and the outcomes of events, as well as powering the majority of items and objects in the worlds. Some creatures can naturally control the flow of magic such as dragons, fairies and wizards, whilst some creatures will have to learn how to perform magic and others can neither control nor sense it.

Some forces of black magic can block of regular magic or scramble magical signals. Some locations and worlds are in need of magic to function properly, such as the Forgotten Worlds, while some creatures need magic to survive, such as the Sorceress.

For most magic to be performed, there is in most cases need of a spell to be cast. This is done either by wand or hand and requires strange, mostly Latin, words to be uttered by the caster. This can either be done verbally or non-verbally.

Known magic
Wand magic
Hand magic
Transmogrification
Prestidigitation
Levitation
Universal flow of magic
Teleportation

Magic is the force that binds all of Skylands together. The history of Magic can be traced back to before the Arkeyans. They discovered that a substance called Quicksilver was the very essence of all magical being. They harnessed the power of Magic and combined it with technology to create huge and powerful weapons of war.

The Magic element played a part during the battle between the Skylanders and Kaos's minions. When the Core of Light was destroyed by the Hydra, the Skylanders weren't destroyed by the explosion. By the power of Magic, they were banished in balls of light and jettisoned from Skylands into space. As they hurtled through the unknown, they shrank and froze in time before landing on Earth, where they found new Portal Masters to aid their cause.

Eternal Magic Source

The Eternal Magic Source is the birthplace of all creation. Its power is so great that it cannot be contained, even by the Arkeyans. The Weapon Masters stored the Eternal Magic Source in their armory, where it was guarded for the purpose of preventing future generations from discovering their secrets.

Quicksilver

The Quicksilver is the energy that flows through all things magic. It is an ancient oil that is essential to Magic within the Core of Light and must be used to bind every other element together.

Abilities

Skylanders and enemies who are associated with this element use the art of sorcery or magical powers to take down their opponents. They are strong against Undead but weak against Tech characters in the Battle Arena. The color of this element is purple.

After opening a Magic Gate, the Magic Skylanders creates a magical bridge to cross gaps. When in their toy form, Magic-based Skylanders stand on a pedestal that is marked with stars and moons.

Purple Dragons are a rare, magical breed of dragon who use the Magic element to harness the power of all the elements of Skylands.

Magic Elemental Characters

Skylanders

Spyro the Dragon

Dark Spyro

Legendary Spyro

Double Trouble

Royal Double Trouble

Wrecking Ball Buddy

Wrecking Ball

Voodood

In The Legend of Spyro series, magic seems to be more of a elemental and universal force revolving around metaphysical elements like souls with the spirit gems which are the Legend of Spyro Dragons life force, the elements of Fire, Wind, Ice, Water, Lightning, Earth and the universal force being Aether which is divided between Light and Dark Aether which is utilized by Dragon Kind naturally without any tools. It is possible to harness the powers of the Spirit Gems but only with undisclosed tools and rituals and Aether can bestow powers not common to dragon kind. However the Element of Aether is exclusive to Purple Dragons and those changed by Aether

HP spells can easily defy logic such as transfiguration by turning a table into a pig for instance, Can use multiple elements easily with no problem, can teleport, and can cast spells that can last for centuries at least and some artifacts keep their powers as fresh as the day they were created and it can do pretty much anything aside from creating food from thin air and raise the dead. Wizards while lacking in physical fitness and easily harmless once you disarm them most of them, excluding those who learn to cast wandless magic. The Magic in Harry Potter can also appear in people who have had no background in Magic as we see with Hermione Granger, and those with long standing in using magic do have some abilities that new comers usually do not have, barring some exceptions and as a individual wizard grows older, so do their spells, with practice and hard work and one of the greatest strengths about HP magic is the flexibility. Transfiguration and conjuration are extremely powerful and flexible. Those two schools are underused in cannon HP. Transfiguring gasses, or acid, or super glue in large amounts. While a transfigured animal might not be a threat to a Spyro franchise Dragon, one that effectively comes out of no where from behind them would still be dangerous and a distraction. There are also plenty of elemental effects that would be strong. A thought and a word give Harry a flame thrower, or a fire hose, freezes the water, blows huge winds. The ability to throw large objects around with magic is very dangerous. Boulders and trees could come flying from any direction. Invisibility, confusion/mind control, blinding light, darkness, teleportation, detection spells to find people, magical force fields and shields and walls, wards. HP magic can do almost anything, and a lot of the time it can do it quickly. It's not the colored lights that they shoot around in most of cannon HP that makes Wizards dangerous, evidence of this fact is that the two most dangerous Wizards in HP cannon, Voldemort and Dumbledore, barely use normal curses when they fight. This is due to J.K. Rowling basing the magic's of the Harry Potter world in real world mystical folklore.

Now seeing as you are giving Voldemort a boost lets make a list of all the powers people want Harry to gain in this story and sequel stories. Now I know this is a lot but bear with us as we are trying to help and take a close look.

Now remember some are for possibly later adventures for Harry, maybe after his school years so to help you keep organized. Also I would look at the Spyro Wiki for what Harry can really do now he has Dragon Blood pumping in his veins. Speaking of which when will Harry get his

First off Harry learns the mystical theories of real world mysticism like Druidic practices, Norse Runes and other Norse magic's like Gandr and Seidr With Harry gaining all his cannon powers. Also I would love it if Harry Potter got the Wild Card and the entire Norse Pantheon and the Dragon Persona's first from every Persona game and all those that you can get in Persona 3, 4, and learns Norse Magic.

The Norse Magic's are Gandr, Seidr, along with Celtic, Welsh, and Druidic Magic and Celtic Oghaam befitting the mythos of Merlin as an Old Celtic and Druidic religious figure who did go to Hogwarts in the Slytherin House in HP cannon and the times the Vikings sacked the British Isles along with all of his cannon powers and learn the various paths of mysticism of all the world cultures that the various Persona's in the franchise originate from without compromising on his soul or selling it out; for example Taoism, Omoyudo, Celtic Magic, Western and Eastern Alchemy, and Ancient Egyptian magic. Also during the Persona Adventure Harry has to learn Norse and Celtic Magic along with everything Harry can do in cannon from across the franchise. After he masters his Dragon Powers and after Hogwarts in my opinion.

Oh and if you decide for Harry to go down events of one of the Persona games here is my take on implementing elements of Persona 3, 4, and 5. Go with Persona 4 as the Tarot Cards fit Western Magic and Harry Potter is all about Magic. And make sure Harry gets everything that the Player Character gets when going for 100% Completion. However if you go with Harry getting a Persona, make sure he can only use his regular Wizarding Magic and his Persona's until he gets the Universe or World Arcana to balance everything out.

Now if you need help on researching the Shin Megami Tensei series, take a look at the Megami Tensei wiki and before I go any further if you do decide to do a Person a crossover you need to know the differences of the mystical powers of the Shin Megami Tensei and Persona series.

The first method in the Persona series is the utilization of ones own spiritual essence in the form of a historical, religious or mythological figure in the form of a Persona based in Jungian Psychology and the Tarot Card and the 32 Major Arcana of the Western Magical Tradition. But a Persona can only be summoned under special circumstances but can be summoned outside of those circumstances with enough hard work. I recommend you make Harry get all the Norse Pantheon, and The Persona's that are traditionally Dragons as the first Persona's he gets to please people.

And the second method involves invoking of demons, angels, Pagan Gods, and other supernatural entities in the Shin Megami Tensei and series has much more power but revolves around combat when a human being is working with a supernatural entity which is usually the source of most of the player characters. Key word being usually.

Now for the Dragon powers. Seeing as quite a bit of the Legend of Spyro series borrows so much from Lord of the Rings, why not make Harry get some of the powers of the greatest Dragons of Middle Earth? Harry should have the literal firepower of Ancalagon the Black and the ability to create storms like Ancalagon The Black as well and hypnotize people with the Dragon Spell like the legendary Glaurung in the Similrillion but try and merge it with the Harry Potter and Spyro series mechanics. Now on the topic of the Dragons of Arda. Here is everything that The Dragons of Arda can do.

Dragons were long-lived, powerful, cunning, possessed of subtle intelligence, had great physical strength, and were covered in nearly impenetrable scales everywhere except their undersides. They also possessed an overwhelming greed for treasure, especially gold, and were well known for sleeping on piles of stolen treasure. By their very nature, they relished not only the theft of beautiful things, but the act of dispossession itself; essentially, it was more satisfying for them to steal treasure from another rather than come upon unclaimed valuables. According to Thorin Oakenshield they had a very keen sense of the value of their hoard, but never themselves crafted so much as a brass ring. Dragons were prone to fits of anger, which could result in devastating effects upon the surrounding land and those living on it. The reasons behind their strong affinity for gold are unknown, but dragons often put a greater priority on possessing gold than on obtaining food, and they can survive not eating(and maybe drinking as well)for decades or perhaps centuries. This suggests that jewels may be primal sources of the great serpents' life forces(though they could also simply possess extremely slow metabolisms, similar to other reptiles but exaggerated). Due to this fact, dragons of Arda may or may not be immortal in ideal conditions, though regardless they are known to live for very long periods of time. Not much is known about the life cycle of dragons, but it is known that Glaurung, the progenitor of the species, took three centuries to grow from infancy to adulthood, and that he was considered an "adolescent" after growing for around a century. If Glaurung's development mirrors that of other dragons, then it also takes a great deal of time for their scales to become hard, as Glaurung's could still be penetrated by arrows after a century of development.

Many accounts of interaction between dragons and other beings makes mention of them speaking, using the Common Tongue. In conjunction with this, they also possessed a hypnotic power known as the "dragon-spell", by which weaker-willed beings could be put into a trance or bent to a dragon's will when the beast spoke. Even those of strong will could be subjected to this ability, especially if they were not prepared for it. Dragons could make even greater use of this ability through psychological manipulation, increasing the power of the spell by taunting a subject with knowledge of some inner conflict on the part of the subject. Glaurung, for instance, was not fully capable of bending Túrin to his will, but when the dragon began to taunt him with his own failings, Túrin became far more receptive to the dragon's suggestions. In addition, this dragon-spell seems to have had the ability to plant mistrust in the listener's mind. This power also extended to a dragon's treasure hoard, causing it to excite feelings of greed and animosity among others who would possess it. Feuds and battles frequently followed upon the death of a dragon; usually between the individual who slew the beast and the original owners(or their heirs)of its hoard, as well as an occasional ambitious third party. Some have speculated that this 'curse' played a part in Fram's death at the hands of the Dwarves after he had slain Scatha. The same could be said of the famous Battle of Five Armies upon the death of Smaug, though other external circumstances clearly played a significant role in causing that conflict.

Dragons evidently delighted in sowing discord and strife among others, and apparently had a love of riddles and puzzling talk, spending long hours trying to decipher it. Therefore, speaking in ambiguous riddles was the best way to converse with a dragon, as it was quite unwise to either tell the full truth or to directly refuse them. Bilbo Baggins used this knowledge to great effect during his confrontation with Smaug, entertaining him with vague doublespeak in order to keep him mentally occupied and relatively calm.

Dragons had an acute sense of smell. During his encounter with Smaug, Bilbo Baggins was informed in no uncertain terms by the dragon that knew that Bilbo was in the company of Dwarves due to the scent of a "dwarf-ridden pony" upon Bilbo. However, he was unable to determine what Bilbo was by scent, as he had never encountered a hobbit before. Furthermore, despite his invisibility, thanks to the One Ring, Smaug was aware of the Hobbit's presence by both his breath and the movement of the air he caused in the great hall. Dragons were known to be able to sleep with half an eye open, on the alert for intruders if they were suspicious. The hobbit, his senses perhaps heightened by wearing the ring, also reported seeing a pale ray of light emanating from Smaug's eye as he probed the chamber back and forth for the burglar.

Dragons had strong scales covering the majority of their bodies, which could resist most weapons, though young dragons had to grow into their natural armor. Mithril is said to have been as strong as dragon scales, though lighter in weight. The underbelly of a dragon was described as soft, slimy, and unarmored, and was often exploited as a point of vulnerability in combat. However, Smaug had lain so long on the heap of treasure in the deep of the Lonely Mountain that gems and coins had become encrusted in the slime, so that he was "armored above and below with iron scales and hard gems"; he was also said to have had scales there too making his underbelly harder to strike at than his back (though this protection was not complete, and ultimately resulted in him being killed). The Dwarves appear to have had some skill at fighting dragons, as seen when they held off Glaurung for a time in the Nirnaeth Arnoediad. This was one of the few instances where the battle was not due to stolen gold. The age-old fight between dwarves and dragons was primarily a result of the dwarves placing great value on their hard-earned treasure, and the dragon's habit of stealing it. King Dain I and his son Fror of the Grey Mountains were both slain at the doors of their hall by a great cold-drake. Both races had a lust for beautiful metals and gems, and so, naturally, came into conflict, with the dragons generally prevailing.

A great stench went before Glaurung, and his blood contained some sort of venom, though it is not known if all dragons had these two traits, although the Dwarves commented on the reek of Smaug that filled the Lonely Mountain's halls after the dragon's long stay there. Dragon fire was hot enough to melt the Rings of Power. Indeed, four of the seven rings gifted to the Dwarves were consumed by dragon fire. However, it was said by Gandalf that no dragon's fire would be hot enough to melt the One Ring, not even that of Ancalagon the Black, the greatest dragon.

Now people want Vaerath to teach Harry Potter those Dungeons and Dragons style spells that the characters in Job Interviews have based on their classes, but you must merge them into the Legend of Spyro and Harry Potter magic systems just to try and make it more accessible to the fans of Harry Potter and Spyro fans but gradually expand as that was only problem with those characters as they did not have enough buildup and came right out of nowhere along with whatever powers that can be used. The same should be done with any of the idea for Sequel series and their mechanics.

Also Harry must get the urge to expand his knowledge and power and learn the various breaths, Dragon Kata, and The Magic Spells and all the powers that Classic Spyro has from the Classic Continuity and learns more of the magic systems of the Spyro Universe and later Harry seeks out the portals to Skylands and learns the spells and abilities from Magic Skylanders and gain the powers of Skylanders Spyro and what he could have learned potentially just to boost himself up the food chain but not lose control of himself or give in to his inner demons or be corrupted by all that power. Also Harry must learn more of the powers of the Purple Dragons when touring the cosmos and visiting the Classic Dragon Realms and Skylands.

Harry has to not only learn and develop all the powers of all the incarnations of Spyro but also all the ones Spyro could have potentially learned if he wanted to across the Franchise including Skylanders when Harry travels about the cosmos he learns more about the Purple Dragon. Here is what I found on the Purple Dragons of the Spyro Series.

In the original Spyro series, Purple Dragons weren't a major plot device nor were they legendary. There were a total of two known Purple Dragons who were included in this status: Spyro and the Sorcerer. Though several minor dragons, namely Alban, Halvor, Ivor, Ragnar, Asher, Sadiki, Claude, Mazi, Azizi, Obasi and Baruti, were also purple. Another dragon in Spyro: Year of the Dragon was also purple. It wasn't until Spyro: Shadow Legacy that the special status of the Purple Dragons was introduced into the series. They, like Spyro, are a special breed of dragon who are gifted with powerful magical energy. That energy is strong enough to withstand the negative and dark effects of magic. In the Classic series, in Spyro: Shadow Legacy, Zoe commented that Purple Dragons, like Spyro, really are powerful when he wasn't affected by the Shadow Realm and defeated the dark creatures due to his powerful magic energy. Of course it is possible that the status existed in the early games given that out of all the hundreds of dragons, only 13 dragons are purple.

In The Legend of Spyro trilogy, Purple Dragons are born once every ten generations, and can master all of the elements, as well as other abilities the Guardian dragons thought were not possible, including time itself. It is said that the purple dr
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I Hope Harry gets better than in cannon.

Also in my opinion Harry Potter has to learn how the various worlds that the Dragons inhabit see magic and more of the true nature of Magic and the powers of the Purple Dragon.

Magic is the wave of energy that flows through the universe in the Spyro the Dragon series. It masters the timelines and the outcomes of events, as well as powering the majority of items and objects in the worlds. Some creatures can naturally control the flow of magic such as dragons, fairies and wizards, whilst some creatures will have to learn how to perform magic and others can neither control nor sense it.

Some forces of black magic can block of regular magic or scramble magical signals. Some locations and worlds are in need of magic to function properly, such as the Forgotten Worlds, while some creatures need magic to survive, such as the Sorceress.

For most magic to be performed, there is in most cases need of a spell to be cast. This is done either by wand or hand and requires strange, mostly Latin, words to be uttered by the caster. This can either be done verbally or non-verbally.

Known magic
Wand magic
Hand magic
Transmogrification
Prestidigitation
Levitation
Universal flow of magic
Teleportation

Magic is the force that binds all of Skylands together. The history of Magic can be traced back to before the Arkeyans. They discovered that a substance called Quicksilver was the very essence of all magical being. They harnessed the power of Magic and combined it with technology to create huge and powerful weapons of war.

The Magic element played a part during the battle between the Skylanders and Kaos's minions. When the Core of Light was destroyed by the Hydra, the Skylanders weren't destroyed by the explosion. By the power of Magic, they were banished in balls of light and jettisoned from Skylands into space. As they hurtled through the unknown, they shrank and froze in time before landing on Earth, where they found new Portal Masters to aid their cause.

Eternal Magic Source

The Eternal Magic Source is the birthplace of all creation. Its power is so great that it cannot be contained, even by the Arkeyans. The Weapon Masters stored the Eternal Magic Source in their armory, where it was guarded for the purpose of preventing future generations from discovering their secrets.

Quicksilver

The Quicksilver is the energy that flows through all things magic. It is an ancient oil that is essential to Magic within the Core of Light and must be used to bind every other element together.

Abilities

Skylanders and enemies who are associated with this element use the art of sorcery or magical powers to take down their opponents. They are strong against Undead but weak against Tech characters in the Battle Arena. The color of this element is purple.

After opening a Magic Gate, the Magic Skylanders creates a magical bridge to cross gaps. When in their toy form, Magic-based Skylanders stand on a pedestal that is marked with stars and moons.

Purple Dragons are a rare, magical breed of dragon who use the Magic element to harness the power of all the elements of Skylands.

Magic Elemental Characters

Skylanders

Spyro the Dragon

Dark Spyro

Legendary Spyro

Double Trouble

Royal Double Trouble

Wrecking Ball Buddy

Wrecking Ball

Voodood

In The Legend of Spyro series, magic seems to be more of a elemental and universal force revolving around metaphysical elements like souls with the spirit gems which are the Legend of Spyro Dragons life force, the elements of Fire, Wind, Ice, Water, Lightning, Earth and the universal force being Aether which is divided between Light and Dark Aether which is utilized by Dragon Kind naturally without any tools. It is possible to harness the powers of the Spirit Gems but only with undisclosed tools and rituals and Aether can bestow powers not common to dragon kind. However the Element of Aether is exclusive to Purple Dragons and those changed by Aether

HP spells can easily defy logic such as transfiguration by turning a table into a pig for instance, Can use multiple elements easily with no problem, can teleport, and can cast spells that can last for centuries at least and some artifacts keep their powers as fresh as the day they were created and it can do pretty much anything aside from creating food from thin air and raise the dead. Wizards while lacking in physical fitness and easily harmless once you disarm them most of them, excluding those who learn to cast wandless magic. The Magic in Harry Potter can also appear in people who have had no background in Magic as we see with Hermione Granger, and those with long standing in using magic do have some abilities that new comers usually do not have, barring some exceptions and as a individual wizard grows older, so do their spells, with practice and hard work and one of the greatest strengths about HP magic is the flexibility. Transfiguration and conjuration are extremely powerful and flexible. Those two schools are underused in cannon HP. Transfiguring gasses, or acid, or super glue in large amounts. While a transfigured animal might not be a threat to a Spyro franchise Dragon, one that effectively comes out of no where from behind them would still be dangerous and a distraction. There are also plenty of elemental effects that would be strong. A thought and a word give Harry a flame thrower, or a fire hose, freezes the water, blows huge winds. The ability to throw large objects around with magic is very dangerous. Boulders and trees could come flying from any direction. Invisibility, confusion/mind control, blinding light, darkness, teleportation, detection spells to find people, magical force fields and shields and walls, wards. HP magic can do almost anything, and a lot of the time it can do it quickly. It's not the colored lights that they shoot around in most of cannon HP that makes Wizards dangerous, evidence of this fact is that the two most dangerous Wizards in HP cannon, Voldemort and Dumbledore, barely use normal curses when they fight. This is due to J.K. Rowling basing the magic's of the Harry Potter world in real world mystical folklore.
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This is what Harry needs to master. Occulmency is going to be needed to keep Dark Aether in check
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This is a good chapter but please add more volume to your chapters as right now it feels like your trying to put cliffhangers but not knowing when to.

Now I have to ask. Will Harry bring the Dragons of his world to the Dragon Realms so they can evolve? Because I hope that Harry takes the Dragons of his world to the Dragon Realms and when exposed to the magic's abound in the Dragon Realms and the Spirit Gems they evolve and mutate into more powerful and sentient beings and be progenitors of evolutionary hybrids.

Eventually the New Race of Dragons that are evolutionary hybrids of the Spyro series and of the HP World that as a race can now speak the common tongue and Parseltongue and the language of Dragons and cast HP spells and elemental ones of the Legend of Spyro series.

The Dragons of the HP World when they migrate to the Dragon Realms can also speak the Common Tongue, Dragon Language, and the Language of Snakes and can cast HP spells and have the life spans of the Spyro series of Dragons and can use the spells of the Classic Spyro the Dragon series continuity but that is it.
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Harry needs to make those intruding into his mind unable to perform magic and obey the laws of physics.
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Snape, get your head in the game! It will take more than just one lesson to help Harry!

Now I have to bring this up with Harry getting better at Occlumency it bears mentioning everything Harry can do in cannon so you can cover his strengths and try to make Harry over come his weaknesses.

Harry was seen and had proven himself to be a very talented and powerful wizard. His power was evident from the start: he demonstrated immediate command of a broomstick, was able to conjure a corporeal Patronus at an exceptionally young age (a mark of superior magical ability), and even survived numerous encounters with Lord Voldemort. He mastered a wand made of hawthorn, which one should only ever consider placing in the hands of a witch or wizard of proven talent. Harry was also a very gifted flyer and Quidditch player, the youngest Seeker in a century.

Love: Harry's greatest power of all was his ability to love. In spite of being raised by a family that treated him with anything but affection, Harry remarkably turned out capable of very strong love. For example, Harry's love for his friends caused him to sacrifice himself to Lord Voldemort. His love for his friends also caused him to feel no concern for his own well being or happiness when they were at risk, and put himself in danger many times to protect them. This loving sacrifice conferred a certain amount of protection onto his allies, making it so that spells Voldemort tried to place on them quickly wore off. Harry's ability to love has also protected and helped him on several occasions. Those occasions are: when he produced a Patronus that could drive hundreds of Dementors away, repelled Voldemort when he possessed him, and the times he was able to close the connection between himself and Voldemort, since he was unable to perform Occlumency. His love was strongest when directed at Ginny Weasley, who was the driving force that kept him going until Voldemort was defeated. Harry also felt strong love toward his three children. He deliberately placed himself in front of his son Albus, when Delphi attempted to murder him with the Killing Curse. But what is perhaps the most extraordinary thing about Harrys ability to love is that he even pitied his enemies; As shown when he pleaded with Lord Voldemort to feel remorse for his actions during their final battle, knowing full well what fate lay in store for Voldemort if he did not repent.

Auror skills: Harry was extremely young for an Auror, which spoke highly of his magical abilities. He became head of the Auror Office at the age of 26. During his time as an Auror, he gained skills in various areas of magic such as: Concealment and Disguise, Stealth and Tracking, and poisons and antidotes. All of these areas of magic were essential studies for Aurors. He also had high skill in Transfiguration, as Aurors had to frequently transfigure and untransfigure things in their line of work. Harry also possessed a great instinct for the right thing to do, especially when faced with stressful and difficult situations. This instinct contributed to him becoming a fantastic Auror.

Defense Against the Dark Arts: Harry was extremely adept at Defense Against the Dark Arts, having mastered all manners of spells. Some of the spells include: Stunning Spell, Disarming Charm, Impediment Jinx, Full Body-Bind Curse, and Reductor Curse. In fact, his Stunning Spell was so strong that opponents would get knocked out if they were hit directly. He was also skilled at defending himself against Dark creatures such as: Grindylows, Red Caps, Hinkypunks, Boggarts, Erklings, and Dementors. In his third year, he was the only student who flawlessly made it through the end-of-the-year exam (an obstacle course containing some of the said creatures.) In his fifth year, Professor McGonagall stated that Professor Lupin said he showed a "pronounced aptitude" for the subject and that he had "achieved high marks on all his Defense Against the Dark Arts tests". In fact, Harry had beaten Hermione in two of the three Defense Against the Dark Arts exams they had taken together. The only exam she beat him in was their first year exam and Hermione later reflected that it did not count, as Quirrell "wasn't a particularly good teacher". During his O.W.L. examination, Professor Tofty (Wizarding Examinations Authority) expressed pleasure at Harry's performance of Defence Against the Dark Arts, calling it "excellent". This statement was later proven true when he achieved an 'Outstanding' Defense Against the Dark Arts O.W.L. (something that not even Hermione achieved), a testament of his extraordinary talent in defensive magic. Ron stated that it came as no surprise that Harry was top of the class at Defense Against the Dark Arts. Indeed, Harry was so good at DADA that when the Ministry of Magic prevented the subject from being taught effectively, he set up his own DADA club and successfully taught members how to defend themselves against the Dark Arts. He immediately became an Auror after the Second Wizarding War, which also required considerable skill in both defensive and offensive magic. Harry also developed a high level of resistance towards the Imperius Curse as well, demonstrated when it was cast upon him by Barty Crouch Jr and by Lord Voldemort himself.

Dueling: Despite his young age, Harry was an accomplished and skilful duelist. He was able to single-handedly defeat some of the most formidable Death Eaters and even survive numerous encounters with Lord Voldemort himself. He eventually defeated Voldemort by becoming the master of the Elder Wand. In many battles of the Second Wizarding War, he was able to incapacitate much more experienced Death Eaters. During the Battle of the Department of Mysteries; he, Albus Dumbledore, and Remus Lupin were the only fighters on the Order's side to emerge from the battle physically unscathed. In that time he had defeated Lucius Malfoy and had defeated the extremely powerful Antonin Dolohov twice. Later (in the same battle) he was able to hold his own against Bellatrix Lestrange, who was the most powerful of all the Death Eaters. Harry defeated Yaxley, Fenrir Greyback, and one of the two Carrows. He fought off several Death Eaters in the Battle of the Seven Potters. During the Skirmish at Malfoy Manor he overpowered Lucius Malfoy, Draco Malfoy, and Fenrir Greyback and avoided direct conflict damage all throughout the Battle of Hogwarts (ensuring that mastery of the Elder Wand did not waver from him). Harry was known to be very quick off the draw and had an aggressive dueling style, even incorporating Unforgivable Curses. He was also known to taunt his opponents and would get them to talk at length, angering them and throwing them mentally off-balance. He did this in order to buy himself time to strategise or to lull them into lowering their guard. Harry was especially skilled in the Disarming Charm and used it so much that it was seen as his "signature spell" by many Death Eaters. His most notable uses of the Disarming Charm were when he formed Priori Incantatem with Voldemort and when he finally killed the Dark Lord. At the remarkably young age of seventeen Harry became an Auror and was promoted to Head of the Auror Office at the age of 26.

Dark Arts: Harry was one of the few non-Dark Wizards who was highly proficient in the Dark Arts at all levels. On top of being able to cast simple curses and jinxes like the: Leg-Locker Curse, Furnunculus Curse, Knockback Jinx, Revulsion Jinx, and Melofors Jinx, he could cast more powerful spells such as the Blasting Curse. He was also able to flawlessly cast the jinxes and curses in the Half-Blood Prince's copy of Advanced Potion-Making. Harry even used two of the three Unforgivable Curses, the Imperius Curse on Travers and a goblin called Bogrod during the 1998 Break-in of Gringotts Wizarding Bank, as well as the Cruciatus Curse on several occasions. However, his first successful attempt was against Amycus Carrow, but it did not result in the prolonged, excruciating pain that the curse was famous for — instead, Carrow screamed and was incapacitated. He has never used the Killing Curse for obvious reasons, even in his final battle with Voldemort.

Flying: Harry had inherited his father's talent for flying and for Quidditch. Harry showed immediate command of a broomstick in his first year, which made him a naturally good Seeker. This was the first magical skill for which he discovered an aptitude, as he found. In fact, at the mere age of eleven, Harry became the youngest Seeker in a century. His extraordinary flying skills aided him when he had to capture Winged Keys, to get past Professor Flitwick's challenge in the Philosopher's Stone Chambers. It also helped him in the Triwizard Tournament (where he had to steal a golden egg from a Hungarian Horntail). During the Battle of Hogwarts he also managed to escape a Fiendfyre inferno in the Room of Requirement, via broomstick.

Parselmouth: Because he carried a piece of Voldemort's soul within himself, Harry was able to speak and understand Parseltongue. After that soul fragment was destroyed, Harry lost this ability. However, Harry had somehow regained the ability to speak Parseltongue again, although it was possible he never lost to begin with or that the ability simply became temporarily suppressed after the Horcrux was destroyed.

Insight into Voldemort's mind: Also due to the piece of Voldemort's soul, Harry was able to look into Voldemort's mind and see through his senses from time to time. He sometimes used this ability to monitor what Voldemort was doing. However, it was a dangerous ability to have as well; Voldemort once used it, along with Legilimency, to plant a false vision in Harry's mind of Sirius Black being tortured, which he used to lure Harry to the Department of Mysteries. Additionally, because of their connection, Harry felt a burning pain in his scar whenever he and Voldemort were in close proximity or whenever Voldemort felt strong negative emotions. Harry lost this ability as well when the soul fragment within him was destroyed. Harry also possessed a non-magical insight into Voldemort's mind from the information Dumbledore shared with him during their lessons. This insight allowed Harry to figure out that a Horcrux was stored at Gringotts Wizarding Bank after which Ron and Hermoine noted Harry's understanding of Voldemort causing to Harry admit that he did understand parts of Voldemort.

Master of Death: Harry mastered all three Deathly Hallows and accepted his own death. First, he inherited the Cloak of Invisibility from his father, James. Then, he inherited the Resurrection Stone from Dumbledore, which was inside a snitch. Finally, he won the Elder Wand from Draco Malfoy during the Skirmish at Malfoy Manor. All three were directly or indirectly employed by Harry in the Forbidden Forest: he was wearing the Cloak, using the Stone, and was preparing to be killed by the Wand, which he had already won. The only Hallow he choose to keep was the cloak as it was a priceless family heirloom; the stone was lost in the forest and the wand returned to Dumbledore's tomb.

Potions: Harry's Potions ability was apparently better than it appeared. He achieved an 'Exceeds Expectations' on his O.W.L. exam — proof of his proficiency in the subject. He was one of only twelve students able to reach the required level to take N.E.W.T. potions. He improved greatly during his sixth year when he came into possession of the Half-Blood Prince's copy of Advanced Potion-Making, that had revised versions of potions curtsey of the Half-Blood Prince (Severus Snape). However, the usage of this textbook was noted by both Hermione and Snape to be cheating. When forced to hide the book Harry's potion skills suffered. But it was revealed, that even without the Prince's book, Harry was still able to do a decent enough job at potion-making that Slughorn's suspicions were not raised. Apparently Harry had no problems with potions at all as long as Snape was not around.

Transfiguration: Harry achieved an 'Exceeds Expectations' on his O.W.L. exam, showing proficiency in the subject and advanced to N.E.W.T.-level. He was able to perform Conjuration, an advanced type of Transfiguration. Harry demonstrated this at various points by conjuring ropes, water, and fire. He could also vanish objects, which is one of the most complicated spells taught at Ordinary Wizarding Level. Harry vanished the whole of an iguana and a snake that crossed his path. He could also transform objects into other objects, for example he can cast the Avifors Spell. Harry is also skilled enough to perform human Transfiguration, which is noted to be "immensely difficult". He accomplished this during a Transfiguration lesson, were he succeeded in turning his eyebrow bright yellow. Minerva McGonagall herself complimented him on his Transfiguration ability. After having travelled back in time Harry and his friends use human Transfiguration to an impressive degree to disguise Harry as Voldemort.

Charms: Harry achieved an 'Exceeds Expectations' on his O.W.L. exam and advanced to N.E.W.T.-level. He proved to be particularly talented in this subject. Harry frequently used the Summoning Charm successfully, would occasionally cast the protective enchantments that Hermione used during the Horcrux hunt, and was able to cast the Confundus Charm. He displayed an impressive mastery of the Shield Charm, surpassing that of many Ministry employees: his Shield Charms were so powerful that they were able to deflect curses from Lord Voldemort himself. During the Battle of the Seven Potters, he was able to levitate a side-car with himself in it for a long stretch of time. He could also cast simpler charms such as the: Wand-Lighting Charm, Colour Change Charm, Banishing Charm, Refilling Charm, Freezing Charm, and various others. Under the teaching of Remus Lupin, Harry was able to conjure an extremely powerful corporeal Patronus in his third year (in the form of a stag). This was a remarkable feat and yet another proof of his talent, given that many adult witches and wizards were unable to cast the difficult charm successfully.

Healing magic: Harry was able to effectively cast healing spells. He could perform the Reparifors spell in his third year, and after he saw Nymphadora Tonks perform Episkey on his own broken nose, he fixed Demelza Robins' broken lip in with the same spell, which is used to treat mild to moderate injuries. He also used the healing spell for clearing up dried blood from a bleeding wound.

Apparition: Harry had not earned a license to apparate, but he used the ability frequently to great success, even when forced to apparate with only a few seconds' notice or while guiding others. He also used apparition in his sixth year to a very impressive degree, to get himself and a weakened Albus Dumbledore over an incredibly vast distance even though he was inexperienced.

Non-verbal and wandless magic: When the Dementors attacked in Little Whinging, Dudley had knocked Harry's wand out of his hand when he punched him moments before. In desperation, Harry calls out "Lumos!" Although his wand was not in his hand, the wand tip lit up. Harry began using spells non-verbally and became quite proficient at it when Snape was not bothering him. As an adult Harry displays the ability to consciously use wandless magic; shown when he straightened his work-space with the simple wave of a hand. Few other wizards have exhibited this power, although Dumbledore and Voldemort were among them. This further testifies to Harry's skill, as only some of the most powerful wizards of his time were able to do so.

Care of Magical Creatures: Harry achieved an 'Exceeds Expectations' on his O.W.L. exam and has shown on more than one occasion to have good skill in handling numerous sorts of magical creatures. For example, he was the first in his class to tame a hippogriff, which he did very excellently. He befriended the hippogriff, to such an extent that Buckbeak defended him when he was in danger. Harry has also shown on three occasions that he is quite competent at dealing with dragons. This is shown when he was able to help Hagrid take care of baby Norbert the dragon, outsmart the Hungarian Horntail in the Triwizard Tournament, and tame a half-blind dragon into helping the trio escape Gringotts by flying out on its back. He was also one of very few in his class who was able to see Thestrals, and had no trouble mounting his in June. Harry was also good with House-elves, befriending the house-elf Dobby and eventually freeing him. This act of kindness made the little elf so loyal to him that he gave his life to save him. He also earned the respect and loyalty of Kreacher, a very difficult task.

Herbology: Harry attended N.E.W.T. Herbology classes. He achieved an 'Exceeds Expectations' on his O.W.L. exam, showing aptitude in the subject. Harry was able to recognize a Snargaluff plant at the Lovegood House and knew to gave it a wide berth of space. He also had knowledge of plants such as: Devil's Snare, Gillyweed, Venomous Tentacula, and Fanged Geranium from hands on experience. He could cast plant-related spells such as the Fire-Making Spell and Herbivicus Charm.

Astronomy: Though not excellent at Astronomy, Harry was able to pass his O.W.L. exam with an 'Acceptable'. Though it was stated that he didn't finish his exam. This was due to the fact that he was distracted by Dolores Umbridge's attempt to arrest Hagrid, during the time the exam was being taken. It is not known if he was able to advance to the N.E.W.T class or not, seeing as he did not apply for advancement.

Wand versatility: Harry was able to use Hermione's wand after his was broken during the Attack at Godric's Hollow. He was able to use spells such as: the Wand-Lighting Charm, the Shield Charm, and the Severing Charm at full strength, despite not having won the wand's allegiance. He also gained the allegiance of Draco Malfoy's wand, the Elder Wand, and quite possibly Voldemort's wand by defeating the previous masters.

Expert detective skills: Harry was also a formidably talented investigator. While in school, the trio had a knack for solving difficult mysteries and discovering the truth despite all attempts by others to conceal it. Hermione generally finding the background information, while Harry put the pieces together to make a coherent picture. In his first year, Harry uncovered the truth about the Philosopher's Stone and saved it from Voldemort. Over the next six years, he would solve the mystery of the Chamber of Secrets, find the truth about the prophecy, and hunt down and destroy all of Voldemort's Horcruxes using his amazing deductive skills. Harry's deductive skills also allowed him to uncover the mystery of the Deathly Hallows, and learn that he mastered the three of them, when even Ron and Hermione were initially skeptical of their existence. Harry also had a knack for spotting things that others did not and had a sharp eye for details. He was able to tell that Luna Lovegood had not been home in weeks by the state of her room, and he became suspicious when Dobby revealed that he had known that Harry was not getting any letters. His intelligence allowed him to intuitively know that Draco Malfoy had been branded with the Dark Mark despite no solid proof, that Malfoy was using the Room of Requirement as a work shop, and that he was having Crabbe and Goyle use Polyjuice Potion in order to disguise themselves as girls while keeping watch outside the room.

Resourcefulness: Harry showed resourcefulness in many different situations. In his first year, Harry impersonated the Bloody Baron, warning Peeves to stay away from the third floor that night so he wouldn't inconvenience the trio on their quest to save the Philosopher's Stone. In his second year, when encountering Professor McGonagall after hours, he lied and said that he and Ron were on their way t
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Now here is the last of Harry's cannon powers. But I do hope you remember to deal with Umbridge as she better not just vanish as she is just as much of a villain as the Death Eaters and Voldemort. Also I have to ask when will we get answers about how Harry is descended from dragons?

Resourcefulness: Harry showed resourcefulness in many different situations. In his first year, Harry impersonated the Bloody Baron, warning Peeves to stay away from the third floor that night so he wouldn't inconvenience the trio on their quest to save the Philosopher's Stone. In his second year, when encountering Professor McGonagall after hours, he lied and said that he and Ron were on their way to see Hermione in the hospital wing. Also in his second year, he used a basilisk fang to destroy Riddle's Diary. In his fifth year, while under interrogation from Umbridge, he relayed a coded message to Snape. He did this in an attempt to warn Snape and by extension the Order, that Voldemort had Sirius. In the same year, while surrounded by Death Eaters Harry came up with the plan to smash the shelves in the Hall of Prophecy, as a distraction so that he and the D.A. could try and escape. During the hunt for Horcruxes, he used the Godric Gryffindor's Sword as a way of retrieving Helga Hufflepuff's cup from the mounds of burning treasure and used a half-blind dragon as a means to escape from Gringotts Wizarding Bank. Harry was also cunning enough that the Sorting Hat heavily considered Sorting him into Slytherin house.

Leadership skills: While Harry never deliberately set out to be a leader to others, he had often taken charge when the situation required it. This began with his impulsive decision to find and warn Hermione about the presence of a troll in the school during the Halloween feast. It progressed to the point where over thirty students, some of them in their sixth and seventh years — respect him as a teacher in Dumbledore's Army, despite his being younger than they were. Dumbledore later noted that Harry was a superior leader to him. Dumbledore had deliberately sought power in his youth, and subsequently avoided anything more demanding than his role as Hogwarts headmaster — while Harry had leadership thrust upon. Harry accepted the burden of command, acknowledging his responsibilities towards those who "followed" him. He did this regardless of how uncomfortable he might feel about the prospect and coordinating his efforts against his enemies well, when left with no other option but to take control. Harry's natural talents later served the rest of the wizarding community of Great Britain. He was promoted to the Head of the Auror Office, at age 26 and was later made the Head of Magical Law Enforcement. His promotion to these positions of power at relatively young ages demonstrate Harry's natural talent as a commander.

Indomitable will: Harry appears to possess an unbreakable spirit and though not above depression, he has never truly given up on any mission. He's been shown to rise from defeat and loss, such as the deaths of many loved ones, even stronger than before. Harry's indomitable will is exemplified by his ability to resist the Imperius Curse. It is also exemplified by the fact that he had never begged for mercy (even in life-and-death situations), he would fought back in defiance of himself, as well as perform non-verbal spells flawlessly. His inability to perform Occlumency (despite possessing the required willpower) is due to his inability to keep his emotions under control.

Teaching skills: Harry has shown tremendous skill in teaching others. Having mastered many spells at a young age, Harry successfully passed them onto others even when he was still a student himself. He would give proper instructions and corrections on how to perform many fields of magic, ranging from the relatively simplistic Disarming Charm to the highly advanced Patronus Charm. Harry's effectiveness as a teacher led many, some even older than him, to choose him over the Ministry-installed professional Dolores Umbridge, and he even returned to Hogwarts to give occasional lectures.
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I have to bring this up with Harry getting better at Occlumency it bears mentioning everything Harry can do in cannon so you can cover his strengths and try to make Harry over come his weaknesses.

Harry was seen and had proven himself to be a very talented and powerful wizard. His power was evident from the start: he demonstrated immediate command of a broomstick, was able to conjure a corporeal Patronus at an exceptionally young age (a mark of superior magical ability), and even survived numerous encounters with Lord Voldemort. He mastered a wand made of hawthorn, which one should only ever consider placing in the hands of a witch or wizard of proven talent. Harry was also a very gifted flyer and Quidditch player, the youngest Seeker in a century.

Love: Harry's greatest power of all was his ability to love. In spite of being raised by a family that treated him with anything but affection, Harry remarkably turned out capable of very strong love. For example, Harry's love for his friends caused him to sacrifice himself to Lord Voldemort. His love for his friends also caused him to feel no concern for his own well being or happiness when they were at risk, and put himself in danger many times to protect them. This loving sacrifice conferred a certain amount of protection onto his allies, making it so that spells Voldemort tried to place on them quickly wore off. Harry's ability to love has also protected and helped him on several occasions. Those occasions are: when he produced a Patronus that could drive hundreds of Dementors away, repelled Voldemort when he possessed him, and the times he was able to close the connection between himself and Voldemort, since he was unable to perform Occlumency. His love was strongest when directed at Ginny Weasley, who was the driving force that kept him going until Voldemort was defeated. Harry also felt strong love toward his three children. He deliberately placed himself in front of his son Albus, when Delphi attempted to murder him with the Killing Curse. But what is perhaps the most extraordinary thing about Harrys ability to love is that he even pitied his enemies; As shown when he pleaded with Lord Voldemort to feel remorse for his actions during their final battle, knowing full well what fate lay in store for Voldemort if he did not repent.

Auror skills: Harry was extremely young for an Auror, which spoke highly of his magical abilities. He became head of the Auror Office at the age of 26. During his time as an Auror, he gained skills in various areas of magic such as: Concealment and Disguise, Stealth and Tracking, and poisons and antidotes. All of these areas of magic were essential studies for Aurors. He also had high skill in Transfiguration, as Aurors had to frequently transfigure and untransfigure things in their line of work. Harry also possessed a great instinct for the right thing to do, especially when faced with stressful and difficult situations. This instinct contributed to him becoming a fantastic Auror.

Defense Against the Dark Arts: Harry was extremely adept at Defense Against the Dark Arts, having mastered all manners of spells. Some of the spells include: Stunning Spell, Disarming Charm, Impediment Jinx, Full Body-Bind Curse, and Reductor Curse. In fact, his Stunning Spell was so strong that opponents would get knocked out if they were hit directly. He was also skilled at defending himself against Dark creatures such as: Grindylows, Red Caps, Hinkypunks, Boggarts, Erklings, and Dementors. In his third year, he was the only student who flawlessly made it through the end-of-the-year exam (an obstacle course containing some of the said creatures.) In his fifth year, Professor McGonagall stated that Professor Lupin said he showed a "pronounced aptitude" for the subject and that he had "achieved high marks on all his Defense Against the Dark Arts tests". In fact, Harry had beaten Hermione in two of the three Defense Against the Dark Arts exams they had taken together. The only exam she beat him in was their first year exam and Hermione later reflected that it did not count, as Quirrell "wasn't a particularly good teacher". During his O.W.L. examination, Professor Tofty (Wizarding Examinations Authority) expressed pleasure at Harry's performance of Defence Against the Dark Arts, calling it "excellent". This statement was later proven true when he achieved an 'Outstanding' Defense Against the Dark Arts O.W.L. (something that not even Hermione achieved), a testament of his extraordinary talent in defensive magic. Ron stated that it came as no surprise that Harry was top of the class at Defense Against the Dark Arts. Indeed, Harry was so good at DADA that when the Ministry of Magic prevented the subject from being taught effectively, he set up his own DADA club and successfully taught members how to defend themselves against the Dark Arts. He immediately became an Auror after the Second Wizarding War, which also required considerable skill in both defensive and offensive magic. Harry also developed a high level of resistance towards the Imperius Curse as well, demonstrated when it was cast upon him by Barty Crouch Jr and by Lord Voldemort himself.

Dueling: Despite his young age, Harry was an accomplished and skilful duelist. He was able to single-handedly defeat some of the most formidable Death Eaters and even survive numerous encounters with Lord Voldemort himself. He eventually defeated Voldemort by becoming the master of the Elder Wand. In many battles of the Second Wizarding War, he was able to incapacitate much more experienced Death Eaters. During the Battle of the Department of Mysteries; he, Albus Dumbledore, and Remus Lupin were the only fighters on the Order's side to emerge from the battle physically unscathed. In that time he had defeated Lucius Malfoy and had defeated the extremely powerful Antonin Dolohov twice. Later (in the same battle) he was able to hold his own against Bellatrix Lestrange, who was the most powerful of all the Death Eaters. Harry defeated Yaxley, Fenrir Greyback, and one of the two Carrows. He fought off several Death Eaters in the Battle of the Seven Potters. During the Skirmish at Malfoy Manor he overpowered Lucius Malfoy, Draco Malfoy, and Fenrir Greyback and avoided direct conflict damage all throughout the Battle of Hogwarts (ensuring that mastery of the Elder Wand did not waver from him). Harry was known to be very quick off the draw and had an aggressive dueling style, even incorporating Unforgivable Curses. He was also known to taunt his opponents and would get them to talk at length, angering them and throwing them mentally off-balance. He did this in order to buy himself time to strategise or to lull them into lowering their guard. Harry was especially skilled in the Disarming Charm and used it so much that it was seen as his "signature spell" by many Death Eaters. His most notable uses of the Disarming Charm were when he formed Priori Incantatem with Voldemort and when he finally killed the Dark Lord. At the remarkably young age of seventeen Harry became an Auror and was promoted to Head of the Auror Office at the age of 26.

Dark Arts: Harry was one of the few non-Dark Wizards who was highly proficient in the Dark Arts at all levels. On top of being able to cast simple curses and jinxes like the: Leg-Locker Curse, Furnunculus Curse, Knockback Jinx, Revulsion Jinx, and Melofors Jinx, he could cast more powerful spells such as the Blasting Curse. He was also able to flawlessly cast the jinxes and curses in the Half-Blood Prince's copy of Advanced Potion-Making. Harry even used two of the three Unforgivable Curses, the Imperius Curse on Travers and a goblin called Bogrod during the 1998 Break-in of Gringotts Wizarding Bank, as well as the Cruciatus Curse on several occasions. However, his first successful attempt was against Amycus Carrow, but it did not result in the prolonged, excruciating pain that the curse was famous for — instead, Carrow screamed and was incapacitated. He has never used the Killing Curse for obvious reasons, even in his final battle with Voldemort.

Flying: Harry had inherited his father's talent for flying and for Quidditch. Harry showed immediate command of a broomstick in his first year, which made him a naturally good Seeker. This was the first magical skill for which he discovered an aptitude, as he found. In fact, at the mere age of eleven, Harry became the youngest Seeker in a century. His extraordinary flying skills aided him when he had to capture Winged Keys, to get past Professor Flitwick's challenge in the Philosopher's Stone Chambers. It also helped him in the Triwizard Tournament (where he had to steal a golden egg from a Hungarian Horntail). During the Battle of Hogwarts he also managed to escape a Fiendfyre inferno in the Room of Requirement, via broomstick.

Parselmouth: Because he carried a piece of Voldemort's soul within himself, Harry was able to speak and understand Parseltongue. After that soul fragment was destroyed, Harry lost this ability. However, Harry had somehow regained the ability to speak Parseltongue again, although it was possible he never lost to begin with or that the ability simply became temporarily suppressed after the Horcrux was destroyed.

Insight into Voldemort's mind: Also due to the piece of Voldemort's soul, Harry was able to look into Voldemort's mind and see through his senses from time to time. He sometimes used this ability to monitor what Voldemort was doing. However, it was a dangerous ability to have as well; Voldemort once used it, along with Legilimency, to plant a false vision in Harry's mind of Sirius Black being tortured, which he used to lure Harry to the Department of Mysteries. Additionally, because of their connection, Harry felt a burning pain in his scar whenever he and Voldemort were in close proximity or whenever Voldemort felt strong negative emotions. Harry lost this ability as well when the soul fragment within him was destroyed. Harry also possessed a non-magical insight into Voldemort's mind from the information Dumbledore shared with him during their lessons. This insight allowed Harry to figure out that a Horcrux was stored at Gringotts Wizarding Bank after which Ron and Hermoine noted Harry's understanding of Voldemort causing to Harry admit that he did understand parts of Voldemort.

Master of Death: Harry mastered all three Deathly Hallows and accepted his own death. First, he inherited the Cloak of Invisibility from his father, James. Then, he inherited the Resurrection Stone from Dumbledore, which was inside a snitch. Finally, he won the Elder Wand from Draco Malfoy during the Skirmish at Malfoy Manor. All three were directly or indirectly employed by Harry in the Forbidden Forest: he was wearing the Cloak, using the Stone, and was preparing to be killed by the Wand, which he had already won. The only Hallow he choose to keep was the cloak as it was a priceless family heirloom; the stone was lost in the forest and the wand returned to Dumbledore's tomb.

Potions: Harry's Potions ability was apparently better than it appeared. He achieved an 'Exceeds Expectations' on his O.W.L. exam — proof of his proficiency in the subject. He was one of only twelve students able to reach the required level to take N.E.W.T. potions. He improved greatly during his sixth year when he came into possession of the Half-Blood Prince's copy of Advanced Potion-Making, that had revised versions of potions curtsey of the Half-Blood Prince (Severus Snape). However, the usage of this textbook was noted by both Hermione and Snape to be cheating. When forced to hide the book Harry's potion skills suffered. But it was revealed, that even without the Prince's book, Harry was still able to do a decent enough job at potion-making that Slughorn's suspicions were not raised. Apparently Harry had no problems with potions at all as long as Snape was not around.

Transfiguration: Harry achieved an 'Exceeds Expectations' on his O.W.L. exam, showing proficiency in the subject and advanced to N.E.W.T.-level. He was able to perform Conjuration, an advanced type of Transfiguration. Harry demonstrated this at various points by conjuring ropes, water, and fire. He could also vanish objects, which is one of the most complicated spells taught at Ordinary Wizarding Level. Harry vanished the whole of an iguana and a snake that crossed his path. He could also transform objects into other objects, for example he can cast the Avifors Spell. Harry is also skilled enough to perform human Transfiguration, which is noted to be "immensely difficult". He accomplished this during a Transfiguration lesson, were he succeeded in turning his eyebrow bright yellow. Minerva McGonagall herself complimented him on his Transfiguration ability. After having travelled back in time Harry and his friends use human Transfiguration to an impressive degree to disguise Harry as Voldemort.

Charms: Harry achieved an 'Exceeds Expectations' on his O.W.L. exam and advanced to N.E.W.T.-level. He proved to be particularly talented in this subject. Harry frequently used the Summoning Charm successfully, would occasionally cast the protective enchantments that Hermione used during the Horcrux hunt, and was able to cast the Confundus Charm. He displayed an impressive mastery of the Shield Charm, surpassing that of many Ministry employees: his Shield Charms were so powerful that they were able to deflect curses from Lord Voldemort himself. During the Battle of the Seven Potters, he was able to levitate a side-car with himself in it for a long stretch of time. He could also cast simpler charms such as the: Wand-Lighting Charm, Colour Change Charm, Banishing Charm, Refilling Charm, Freezing Charm, and various others. Under the teaching of Remus Lupin, Harry was able to conjure an extremely powerful corporeal Patronus in his third year (in the form of a stag). This was a remarkable feat and yet another proof of his talent, given that many adult witches and wizards were unable to cast the difficult charm successfully.

Healing magic: Harry was able to effectively cast healing spells. He could perform the Reparifors spell in his third year, and after he saw Nymphadora Tonks perform Episkey on his own broken nose, he fixed Demelza Robins' broken lip in with the same spell, which is used to treat mild to moderate injuries. He also used the healing spell for clearing up dried blood from a bleeding wound.

Apparition: Harry had not earned a license to apparate, but he used the ability frequently to great success, even when forced to apparate with only a few seconds' notice or while guiding others. He also used apparition in his sixth year to a very impressive degree, to get himself and a weakened Albus Dumbledore over an incredibly vast distance even though he was inexperienced.

Non-verbal and wandless magic: When the Dementors attacked in Little Whinging, Dudley had knocked Harry's wand out of his hand when he punched him moments before. In desperation, Harry calls out "Lumos!" Although his wand was not in his hand, the wand tip lit up. Harry began using spells non-verbally and became quite proficient at it when Snape was not bothering him. As an adult Harry displays the ability to consciously use wandless magic; shown when he straightened his work-space with the simple wave of a hand. Few other wizards have exhibited this power, although Dumbledore and Voldemort were among them. This further testifies to Harry's skill, as only some of the most powerful wizards of his time were able to do so.

Care of Magical Creatures: Harry achieved an 'Exceeds Expectations' on his O.W.L. exam and has shown on more than one occasion to have good skill in handling numerous sorts of magical creatures. For example, he was the first in his class to tame a hippogriff, which he did very excellently. He befriended the hippogriff, to such an extent that Buckbeak defended him when he was in danger. Harry has also shown on three occasions that he is quite competent at dealing with dragons. This is shown when he was able to help Hagrid take care of baby Norbert the dragon, outsmart the Hungarian Horntail in the Triwizard Tournament, and tame a half-blind dragon into helping the trio escape Gringotts by flying out on its back. He was also one of very few in his class who was able to see Thestrals, and had no trouble mounting his in June. Harry was also good with House-elves, befriending the house-elf Dobby and eventually freeing him. This act of kindness made the little elf so loyal to him that he gave his life to save him. He also earned the respect and loyalty of Kreacher, a very difficult task.

Herbology: Harry attended N.E.W.T. Herbology classes. He achieved an 'Exceeds Expectations' on his O.W.L. exam, showing aptitude in the subject. Harry was able to recognize a Snargaluff plant at the Lovegood House and knew to gave it a wide berth of space. He also had knowledge of plants such as: Devil's Snare, Gillyweed, Venomous Tentacula, and Fanged Geranium from hands on experience. He could cast plant-related spells such as the Fire-Making Spell and Herbivicus Charm.

Astronomy: Though not excellent at Astronomy, Harry was able to pass his O.W.L. exam with an 'Acceptable'. Though it was stated that he didn't finish his exam. This was due to the fact that he was distracted by Dolores Umbridge's attempt to arrest Hagrid, during the time the exam was being taken. It is not known if he was able to advance to the N.E.W.T class or not, seeing as he did not apply for advancement.

Wand versatility: Harry was able to use Hermione's wand after his was broken during the Attack at Godric's Hollow. He was able to use spells such as: the Wand-Lighting Charm, the Shield Charm, and the Severing Charm at full strength, despite not having won the wand's allegiance. He also gained the allegiance of Draco Malfoy's wand, the Elder Wand, and quite possibly Voldemort's wand by defeating the previous masters.

Expert detective skills: Harry was also a formidably talented investigator. While in school, the trio had a knack for solving difficult mysteries and discovering the truth despite all attempts by others to conceal it. Hermione generally finding the background information, while Harry put the pieces together to make a coherent picture. In his first year, Harry uncovered the truth about the Philosopher's Stone and saved it from Voldemort. Over the next six years, he would solve the mystery of the Chamber of Secrets, find the truth about the prophecy, and hunt down and destroy all of Voldemort's Horcruxes using his amazing deductive skills. Harry's deductive skills also allowed him to uncover the mystery of the Deathly Hallows, and learn that he mastered the three of them, when even Ron and Hermione were initially sceptical of their existence. Harry also had a knack for spotting things that others did not and had a sharp eye for details. He was able to tell that Luna Lovegood had not been home in weeks by the state of her room, and he became suspicious when Dobby revealed that he had known that Harry was not getting any letters. His intelligence allowed him to intuitively know that Draco Malfoy had been branded with the Dark Mark despite no solid proof, that Malfoy was using the Room of Requirement as a work shop, and that he was having Crabbe and Goyle use Polyjuice Potion in order to disguise themselves as girls while keeping watch outside the room.

Resourcefulness: Harry showed resourcefulness in many different situations. In his first year, Harry impersonated the Bloody Baron, warning Peeves to stay away from the third floor that night so he wouldn't inconvenience the trio on their quest to save the Philosopher's Stone. In his second year, when encountering Professor McGonagall after hours, he lied and said that he and Ron were on their way to see Hermione in the hospital.
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I have to say with Harry getting better at Occlumency I think it bears mentioning everything Harry can do in cannon so you can cover his strengths and try to make Harry over come his weaknesses.

Harry was seen and had proven himself to be a very talented and powerful wizard. His power was evident from the start: he demonstrated immediate command of a broomstick, was able to conjure a corporeal Patronus at an exceptionally young age (a mark of superior magical ability), and even survived numerous encounters with Lord Voldemort. He mastered a wand made of hawthorn, which one should only ever consider placing in the hands of a witch or wizard of proven talent. Harry was also a very gifted flyer and Quidditch player, the youngest Seeker in a century.

Love: Harry's greatest power of all was his ability to love. In spite of being raised by a family that treated him with anything but affection, Harry remarkably turned out capable of very strong love. For example, Harry's love for his friends caused him to sacrifice himself to Lord Voldemort. His love for his friends also caused him to feel no concern for his own well being or happiness when they were at risk, and put himself in danger many times to protect them. This loving sacrifice conferred a certain amount of protection onto his allies, making it so that spells Voldemort tried to place on them quickly wore off. Harry's ability to love has also protected and helped him on several occasions. Those occasions are: when he produced a Patronus that could drive hundreds of Dementors away, repelled Voldemort when he possessed him, and the times he was able to close the connection between himself and Voldemort, since he was unable to perform Occlumency. His love was strongest when directed at Ginny Weasley, who was the driving force that kept him going until Voldemort was defeated. Harry also felt strong love toward his three children. He deliberately placed himself in front of his son Albus, when Delphi attempted to murder him with the Killing Curse. But what is perhaps the most extraordinary thing about Harrys ability to love is that he even pitied his enemies; As shown when he pleaded with Lord Voldemort to feel remorse for his actions during their final battle, knowing full well what fate lay in store for Voldemort if he did not repent.

Auror skills: Harry was extremely young for an Auror, which spoke highly of his magical abilities. He became head of the Auror Office at the age of 26. During his time as an Auror, he gained skills in various areas of magic such as: Concealment and Disguise, Stealth and Tracking, and poisons and antidotes. All of these areas of magic were essential studies for Aurors. He also had high skill in Transfiguration, as Aurors had to frequently transfigure and untransfigure things in their line of work. Harry also possessed a great instinct for the right thing to do, especially when faced with stressful and difficult situations. This instinct contributed to him becoming a fantastic Auror.

Defense Against the Dark Arts: Harry was extremely adept at Defense Against the Dark Arts, having mastered all manners of spells. Some of the spells include: Stunning Spell, Disarming Charm, Impediment Jinx, Full Body-Bind Curse, and Reductor Curse. In fact, his Stunning Spell was so strong that opponents would get knocked out if they were hit directly. He was also skilled at defending himself against Dark creatures such as: Grindylows, Red Caps, Hinkypunks, Boggarts, Erklings, and Dementors. In his third year, he was the only student who flawlessly made it through the end-of-the-year exam (an obstacle course containing some of the said creatures.) In his fifth year, Professor McGonagall stated that Professor Lupin said he showed a "pronounced aptitude" for the subject and that he had "achieved high marks on all his Defense Against the Dark Arts tests". In fact, Harry had beaten Hermione in two of the three Defense Against the Dark Arts exams they had taken together. The only exam she beat him in was their first year exam and Hermione later reflected that it did not count, as Quirrell "wasn't a particularly good teacher". During his O.W.L. examination, Professor Tofty (Wizarding Examinations Authority) expressed pleasure at Harry's performance of Defence Against the Dark Arts, calling it "excellent". This statement was later proven true when he achieved an 'Outstanding' Defense Against the Dark Arts O.W.L. (something that not even Hermione achieved), a testament of his extraordinary talent in defensive magic. Ron stated that it came as no surprise that Harry was top of the class at Defense Against the Dark Arts. Indeed, Harry was so good at DADA that when the Ministry of Magic prevented the subject from being taught effectively, he set up his own DADA club and successfully taught members how to defend themselves against the Dark Arts. He immediately became an Auror after the Second Wizarding War, which also required considerable skill in both defensive and offensive magic. Harry also developed a high level of resistance towards the Imperius Curse as well, demonstrated when it was cast upon him by Barty Crouch Jr and by Lord Voldemort himself.

Dueling: Despite his young age, Harry was an accomplished and skilful duelist. He was able to single-handedly defeat some of the most formidable Death Eaters and even survive numerous encounters with Lord Voldemort himself. He eventually defeated Voldemort by becoming the master of the Elder Wand. In many battles of the Second Wizarding War, he was able to incapacitate much more experienced Death Eaters. During the Battle of the Department of Mysteries; he, Albus Dumbledore, and Remus Lupin were the only fighters on the Order's side to emerge from the battle physically unscathed. In that time he had defeated Lucius Malfoy and had defeated the extremely powerful Antonin Dolohov twice. Later (in the same battle) he was able to hold his own against Bellatrix Lestrange, who was the most powerful of all the Death Eaters. Harry defeated Yaxley, Fenrir Greyback, and one of the two Carrows. He fought off several Death Eaters in the Battle of the Seven Potters. During the Skirmish at Malfoy Manor he overpowered Lucius Malfoy, Draco Malfoy, and Fenrir Greyback and avoided direct conflict damage all throughout the Battle of Hogwarts (ensuring that mastery of the Elder Wand did not waver from him). Harry was known to be very quick off the draw and had an aggressive dueling style, even incorporating Unforgivable Curses. He was also known to taunt his opponents and would get them to talk at length, angering them and throwing them mentally off-balance. He did this in order to buy himself time to strategise or to lull them into lowering their guard. Harry was especially skilled in the Disarming Charm and used it so much that it was seen as his "signature spell" by many Death Eaters. His most notable uses of the Disarming Charm were when he formed Priori Incantatem with Voldemort and when he finally killed the Dark Lord. At the remarkably young age of seventeen Harry became an Auror and was promoted to Head of the Auror Office at the age of 26.

Dark Arts: Harry was one of the few non-Dark Wizards who was highly proficient in the Dark Arts at all levels. On top of being able to cast simple curses and jinxes like the: Leg-Locker Curse, Furnunculus Curse, Knockback Jinx, Revulsion Jinx, and Melofors Jinx, he could cast more powerful spells such as the Blasting Curse. He was also able to flawlessly cast the jinxes and curses in the Half-Blood Prince's copy of Advanced Potion-Making. Harry even used two of the three Unforgivable Curses, the Imperius Curse on Travers and a goblin called Bogrod during the 1998 Break-in of Gringotts Wizarding Bank, as well as the Cruciatus Curse on several occasions. However, his first successful attempt was against Amycus Carrow, but it did not result in the prolonged, excruciating pain that the curse was famous for — instead, Carrow screamed and was incapacitated. He has never used the Killing Curse for obvious reasons, even in his final battle with Voldemort.

Flying: Harry had inherited his father's talent for flying and for Quidditch. Harry showed immediate command of a broomstick in his first year, which made him a naturally good Seeker. This was the first magical skill for which he discovered an aptitude, as he found. In fact, at the mere age of eleven, Harry became the youngest Seeker in a century. His extraordinary flying skills aided him when he had to capture Winged Keys, to get past Professor Flitwick's challenge in the Philosopher's Stone Chambers. It also helped him in the Triwizard Tournament (where he had to steal a golden egg from a Hungarian Horntail). During the Battle of Hogwarts he also managed to escape a Fiendfyre inferno in the Room of Requirement, via broomstick.

Parselmouth: Because he carried a piece of Voldemort's soul within himself, Harry was able to speak and understand Parseltongue. After that soul fragment was destroyed, Harry lost this ability. However, Harry had somehow regained the ability to speak Parseltongue again, although it was possible he never lost to begin with or that the ability simply became temporarily suppressed after the Horcrux was destroyed.

Insight into Voldemort's mind: Also due to the piece of Voldemort's soul, Harry was able to look into Voldemort's mind and see through his senses from time to time. He sometimes used this ability to monitor what Voldemort was doing. However, it was a dangerous ability to have as well; Voldemort once used it, along with Legilimency, to plant a false vision in Harry's mind of Sirius Black being tortured, which he used to lure Harry to the Department of Mysteries. Additionally, because of their connection, Harry felt a burning pain in his scar whenever he and Voldemort were in close proximity or whenever Voldemort felt strong negative emotions. Harry lost this ability as well when the soul fragment within him was destroyed. Harry also possessed a non-magical insight into Voldemort's mind from the information Dumbledore shared with him during their lessons. This insight allowed Harry to figure out that a Horcrux was stored at Gringotts Wizarding Bank after which Ron and Hermoine noted Harry's understanding of Voldemort causing to Harry admit that he did understand parts of Voldemort.

Master of Death: Harry mastered all three Deathly Hallows and accepted his own death. First, he inherited the Cloak of Invisibility from his father, James. Then, he inherited the Resurrection Stone from Dumbledore, which was inside a snitch. Finally, he won the Elder Wand from Draco Malfoy during the Skirmish at Malfoy Manor. All three were directly or indirectly employed by Harry in the Forbidden Forest: he was wearing the Cloak, using the Stone, and was preparing to be killed by the Wand, which he had already won. The only Hallow he choose to keep was the cloak as it was a priceless family heirloom; the stone was lost in the forest and the wand returned to Dumbledore's tomb.

Potions: Harry's Potions ability was apparently better than it appeared. He achieved an 'Exceeds Expectations' on his O.W.L. exam — proof of his proficiency in the subject. He was one of only twelve students able to reach the required level to take N.E.W.T. potions. He improved greatly during his sixth year when he came into possession of the Half-Blood Prince's copy of Advanced Potion-Making, that had revised versions of potions curtsey of the Half-Blood Prince (Severus Snape). However, the usage of this textbook was noted by both Hermione and Snape to be cheating. When forced to hide the book Harry's potion skills suffered. But it was revealed, that even without the Prince's book, Harry was still able to do a decent enough job at potion-making that Slughorn's suspicions were not raised. Apparently Harry had no problems with potions at all as long as Snape was not around.

Transfiguration: Harry achieved an 'Exceeds Expectations' on his O.W.L. exam, showing proficiency in the subject and advanced to N.E.W.T.-level. He was able to perform Conjuration, an advanced type of Transfiguration. Harry demonstrated this at various points by conjuring ropes, water, and fire. He could also vanish objects, which is one of the most complicated spells taught at Ordinary Wizarding Level. Harry vanished the whole of an iguana and a snake that crossed his path. He could also transform objects into other objects, for example he can cast the Avifors Spell. Harry is also skilled enough to perform human Transfiguration, which is noted to be "immensely difficult". He accomplished this during a Transfiguration lesson, were he succeeded in turning his eyebrow bright yellow. Minerva McGonagall herself complimented him on his Transfiguration ability. After having travelled back in time Harry and his friends use human Transfiguration to an impressive degree to disguise Harry as Voldemort.

Charms: Harry achieved an 'Exceeds Expectations' on his O.W.L. exam and advanced to N.E.W.T.-level. He proved to be particularly talented in this subject. Harry frequently used the Summoning Charm successfully, would occasionally cast the protective enchantments that Hermione used during the Horcrux hunt, and was able to cast the Confundus Charm. He displayed an impressive mastery of the Shield Charm, surpassing that of many Ministry employees: his Shield Charms were so powerful that they were able to deflect curses from Lord Voldemort himself. During the Battle of the Seven Potters, he was able to levitate a side-car with himself in it for a long stretch of time. He could also cast simpler charms such as the: Wand-Lighting Charm, Colour Change Charm, Banishing Charm, Refilling Charm, Freezing Charm, and various others. Under the teaching of Remus Lupin, Harry was able to conjure an extremely powerful corporeal Patronus in his third year (in the form of a stag). This was a remarkable feat and yet another proof of his talent, given that many adult witches and wizards were unable to cast the difficult charm successfully.

Healing magic: Harry was able to effectively cast healing spells. He could perform the Reparifors spell in his third year, and after he saw Nymphadora Tonks perform Episkey on his own broken nose, he fixed Demelza Robins' broken lip in with the same spell, which is used to treat mild to moderate injuries. He also used the healing spell for clearing up dried blood from a bleeding wound.

Apparition: Harry had not earned a license to apparate, but he used the ability frequently to great success, even when forced to apparate with only a few seconds' notice or while guiding others. He also used apparition in his sixth year to a very impressive degree, to get himself and a weakened Albus Dumbledore over an incredibly vast distance even though he was inexperienced.

Non-verbal and wandless magic: When the Dementors attacked in Little Whinging, Dudley had knocked Harry's wand out of his hand when he punched him moments before. In desperation, Harry calls out "Lumos!" Although his wand was not in his hand, the wand tip lit up. Harry began using spells non-verbally and became quite proficient at it when Snape was not bothering him. As an adult Harry displays the ability to consciously use wandless magic; shown when he straightened his work-space with the simple wave of a hand. Few other wizards have exhibited this power, although Dumbledore and Voldemort were among them. This further testifies to Harry's skill, as only some of the most powerful wizards of his time were able to do so.

Care of Magical Creatures: Harry achieved an 'Exceeds Expectations' on his O.W.L. exam and has shown on more than one occasion to have good skill in handling numerous sorts of magical creatures. For example, he was the first in his class to tame a hippogriff, which he did very excellently. He befriended the hippogriff, to such an extent that Buckbeak defended him when he was in danger. Harry has also shown on three occasions that he is quite competent at dealing with dragons. This is shown when he was able to help Hagrid take care of baby Norbert the dragon, outsmart the Hungarian Horntail in the Triwizard Tournament, and tame a half-blind dragon into helping the trio escape Gringotts by flying out on its back. He was also one of very few in his class who was able to see Thestrals, and had no trouble mounting his in June. Harry was also good with House-elves, befriending the house-elf Dobby and eventually freeing him. This act of kindness made the little elf so loyal to him that he gave his life to save him. He also earned the respect and loyalty of Kreacher, a very difficult task.

Herbology: Harry attended N.E.W.T. Herbology classes. He achieved an 'Exceeds Expectations' on his O.W.L. exam, showing aptitude in the subject. Harry was able to recognize a Snargaluff plant at the Lovegood House and knew to gave it a wide berth of space. He also had knowledge of plants such as: Devil's Snare, Gillyweed, Venomous Tentacula, and Fanged Geranium from hands on experience. He could cast plant-related spells such as the Fire-Making Spell and Herbivicus Charm.

Astronomy: Though not excellent at Astronomy, Harry was able to pass his O.W.L. exam with an 'Acceptable'. Though it was stated that he didn't finish his exam. This was due to the fact that he was distracted by Dolores Umbridge's attempt to arrest Hagrid, during the time the exam was being taken. It is not known if he was able to advance to the N.E.W.T class or not, seeing as he did not apply for advancement.

Wand versatility: Harry was able to use Hermione's wand after his was broken during the Attack at Godric's Hollow. He was able to use spells such as: the Wand-Lighting Charm, the Shield Charm, and the Severing Charm at full strength, despite not having won the wand's allegiance. He also gained the allegiance of Draco Malfoy's wand, the Elder Wand, and quite possibly Voldemort's wand by defeating the previous masters.

Expert detective skills: Harry was also a formidably talented investigator. While in school, the trio had a knack for solving difficult mysteries and discovering the truth despite all attempts by others to conceal it. Hermione generally finding the background information, while Harry put the pieces together to make a coherent picture. In his first year, Harry uncovered the truth about the Philosopher's Stone and saved it from Voldemort. Over the next six years, he would solve the mystery of the Chamber of Secrets, find the truth about the prophecy, and hunt down and destroy all of Voldemort's Horcruxes using his amazing deductive skills. Harry's deductive skills also allowed him to uncover the mystery of the Deathly Hallows, and learn that he mastered the three of them, when even Ron and Hermione were initially sceptical of their existence. Harry also had a knack for spotting things that others did not and had a sharp eye for details. He was able to tell that Luna Lovegood had not been home in weeks by the state of her room, and he became suspicious when Dobby revealed that he had known that Harry was not getting any letters. His intelligence allowed him to intuitively know that Draco Malfoy had been branded with the Dark Mark despite no solid proof, that Malfoy was using the Room of Requirement as a work shop, and that he was having Crabbe and Goyle use Polyjuice Potion in order to disguise themselves as girls while keeping watch outside the room.

Resourcefulness: Harry showed resourcefulness in many different situations. In his first year, Harry impersonated the Bloody Baron, warning Peeves to stay away from the third floor that night so he wouldn't inconvenience the trio on their quest to save the Philosopher's Stone. In his second year, when encountering Professor McGonagall after hours, he lied and said that he and Ron were on their way to see Hermione in the hospital.
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With Harry getting better at Occlumency I think it bears mentioning everything Harry can do in cannon so you can cover his strengths and try to make Harry over come his weaknesses.

Harry was seen and had proven himself to be a very talented and powerful wizard. His power was evident from the start: he demonstrated immediate command of a broomstick, was able to conjure a corporeal Patronus at an exceptionally young age (a mark of superior magical ability), and even survived numerous encounters with Lord Voldemort. He mastered a wand made of hawthorn, which one should only ever consider placing in the hands of a witch or wizard of proven talent. Harry was also a very gifted flyer and Quidditch player, the youngest Seeker in a century.

Love: Harry's greatest power of all was his ability to love. In spite of being raised by a family that treated him with anything but affection, Harry remarkably turned out capable of very strong love. For example, Harry's love for his friends caused him to sacrifice himself to Lord Voldemort. His love for his friends also caused him to feel no concern for his own well being or happiness when they were at risk, and put himself in danger many times to protect them. This loving sacrifice conferred a certain amount of protection onto his allies, making it so that spells Voldemort tried to place on them quickly wore off. Harry's ability to love has also protected and helped him on several occasions. Those occasions are: when he produced a Patronus that could drive hundreds of Dementors away, repelled Voldemort when he possessed him, and the times he was able to close the connection between himself and Voldemort, since he was unable to perform Occlumency. His love was strongest when directed at Ginny Weasley, who was the driving force that kept him going until Voldemort was defeated. Harry also felt strong love toward his three children. He deliberately placed himself in front of his son Albus, when Delphi attempted to murder him with the Killing Curse. But what is perhaps the most extraordinary thing about Harrys ability to love is that he even pitied his enemies; As shown when he pleaded with Lord Voldemort to feel remorse for his actions during their final battle, knowing full well what fate lay in store for Voldemort if he did not repent.

Auror skills: Harry was extremely young for an Auror, which spoke highly of his magical abilities. He became head of the Auror Office at the age of 26. During his time as an Auror, he gained skills in various areas of magic such as: Concealment and Disguise, Stealth and Tracking, and poisons and antidotes. All of these areas of magic were essential studies for Aurors. He also had high skill in Transfiguration, as Aurors had to frequently transfigure and untransfigure things in their line of work. Harry also possessed a great instinct for the right thing to do, especially when faced with stressful and difficult situations. This instinct contributed to him becoming a fantastic Auror.

Defense Against the Dark Arts: Harry was extremely adept at Defense Against the Dark Arts, having mastered all manners of spells. Some of the spells include: Stunning Spell, Disarming Charm, Impediment Jinx, Full Body-Bind Curse, and Reductor Curse. In fact, his Stunning Spell was so strong that opponents would get knocked out if they were hit directly. He was also skilled at defending himself against Dark creatures such as: Grindylows, Red Caps, Hinkypunks, Boggarts, Erklings, and Dementors. In his third year, he was the only student who flawlessly made it through the end-of-the-year exam (an obstacle course containing some of the said creatures.) In his fifth year, Professor McGonagall stated that Professor Lupin said he showed a "pronounced aptitude" for the subject and that he had "achieved high marks on all his Defense Against the Dark Arts tests". In fact, Harry had beaten Hermione in two of the three Defense Against the Dark Arts exams they had taken together. The only exam she beat him in was their first year exam and Hermione later reflected that it did not count, as Quirrell "wasn't a particularly good teacher". During his O.W.L. examination, Professor Tofty (Wizarding Examinations Authority) expressed pleasure at Harry's performance of Defence Against the Dark Arts, calling it "excellent". This statement was later proven true when he achieved an 'Outstanding' Defense Against the Dark Arts O.W.L. (something that not even Hermione achieved), a testament of his extraordinary talent in defensive magic. Ron stated that it came as no surprise that Harry was top of the class at Defense Against the Dark Arts. Indeed, Harry was so good at DADA that when the Ministry of Magic prevented the subject from being taught effectively, he set up his own DADA club and successfully taught members how to defend themselves against the Dark Arts. He immediately became an Auror after the Second Wizarding War, which also required considerable skill in both defensive and offensive magic. Harry also developed a high level of resistance towards the Imperius Curse as well, demonstrated when it was cast upon him by Barty Crouch Jr and by Lord Voldemort himself.

Dueling: Despite his young age, Harry was an accomplished and skilful duelist. He was able to single-handedly defeat some of the most formidable Death Eaters and even survive numerous encounters with Lord Voldemort himself. He eventually defeated Voldemort by becoming the master of the Elder Wand. In many battles of the Second Wizarding War, he was able to incapacitate much more experienced Death Eaters. During the Battle of the Department of Mysteries; he, Albus Dumbledore, and Remus Lupin were the only fighters on the Order's side to emerge from the battle physically unscathed. In that time he had defeated Lucius Malfoy and had defeated the extremely powerful Antonin Dolohov twice. Later (in the same battle) he was able to hold his own against Bellatrix Lestrange, who was the most powerful of all the Death Eaters. Harry defeated Yaxley, Fenrir Greyback, and one of the two Carrows. He fought off several Death Eaters in the Battle of the Seven Potters. During the Skirmish at Malfoy Manor he overpowered Lucius Malfoy, Draco Malfoy, and Fenrir Greyback and avoided direct conflict damage all throughout the Battle of Hogwarts (ensuring that mastery of the Elder Wand did not waver from him). Harry was known to be very quick off the draw and had an aggressive dueling style, even incorporating Unforgivable Curses. He was also known to taunt his opponents and would get them to talk at length, angering them and throwing them mentally off-balance. He did this in order to buy himself time to strategise or to lull them into lowering their guard. Harry was especially skilled in the Disarming Charm and used it so much that it was seen as his "signature spell" by many Death Eaters. His most notable uses of the Disarming Charm were when he formed Priori Incantatem with Voldemort and when he finally killed the Dark Lord. At the remarkably young age of seventeen Harry became an Auror and was promoted to Head of the Auror Office at the age of 26.

Dark Arts: Harry was one of the few non-Dark Wizards who was highly proficient in the Dark Arts at all levels. On top of being able to cast simple curses and jinxes like the: Leg-Locker Curse, Furnunculus Curse, Knockback Jinx, Revulsion Jinx, and Melofors Jinx, he could cast more powerful spells such as the Blasting Curse. He was also able to flawlessly cast the jinxes and curses in the Half-Blood Prince's copy of Advanced Potion-Making. Harry even used two of the three Unforgivable Curses, the Imperius Curse on Travers and a goblin called Bogrod during the 1998 Break-in of Gringotts Wizarding Bank, as well as the Cruciatus Curse on several occasions. However, his first successful attempt was against Amycus Carrow, but it did not result in the prolonged, excruciating pain that the curse was famous for — instead, Carrow screamed and was incapacitated. He has never used the Killing Curse for obvious reasons, even in his final battle with Voldemort.

Flying: Harry had inherited his father's talent for flying and for Quidditch. Harry showed immediate command of a broomstick in his first year, which made him a naturally good Seeker. This was the first magical skill for which he discovered an aptitude, as he found. In fact, at the mere age of eleven, Harry became the youngest Seeker in a century. His extraordinary flying skills aided him when he had to capture Winged Keys, to get past Professor Flitwick's challenge in the Philosopher's Stone Chambers. It also helped him in the Triwizard Tournament (where he had to steal a golden egg from a Hungarian Horntail). During the Battle of Hogwarts he also managed to escape a Fiendfyre inferno in the Room of Requirement, via broomstick.

Parselmouth: Because he carried a piece of Voldemort's soul within himself, Harry was able to speak and understand Parseltongue. After that soul fragment was destroyed, Harry lost this ability. However, Harry had somehow regained the ability to speak Parseltongue again, although it was possible he never lost to begin with or that the ability simply became temporarily suppressed after the Horcrux was destroyed.

Insight into Voldemort's mind: Also due to the piece of Voldemort's soul, Harry was able to look into Voldemort's mind and see through his senses from time to time. He sometimes used this ability to monitor what Voldemort was doing. However, it was a dangerous ability to have as well; Voldemort once used it, along with Legilimency, to plant a false vision in Harry's mind of Sirius Black being tortured, which he used to lure Harry to the Department of Mysteries. Additionally, because of their connection, Harry felt a burning pain in his scar whenever he and Voldemort were in close proximity or whenever Voldemort felt strong negative emotions. Harry lost this ability as well when the soul fragment within him was destroyed. Harry also possessed a non-magical insight into Voldemort's mind from the information Dumbledore shared with him during their lessons. This insight allowed Harry to figure out that a Horcrux was stored at Gringotts Wizarding Bank after which Ron and Hermoine noted Harry's understanding of Voldemort causing to Harry admit that he did understand parts of Voldemort.

Master of Death: Harry mastered all three Deathly Hallows and accepted his own death. First, he inherited the Cloak of Invisibility from his father, James. Then, he inherited the Resurrection Stone from Dumbledore, which was inside a snitch. Finally, he won the Elder Wand from Draco Malfoy during the Skirmish at Malfoy Manor. All three were directly or indirectly employed by Harry in the Forbidden Forest: he was wearing the Cloak, using the Stone, and was preparing to be killed by the Wand, which he had already won. The only Hallow he choose to keep was the cloak as it was a priceless family heirloom; the stone was lost in the forest and the wand returned to Dumbledore's tomb.

Potions: Harry's Potions ability was apparently better than it appeared. He achieved an 'Exceeds Expectations' on his O.W.L. exam — proof of his proficiency in the subject. He was one of only twelve students able to reach the required level to take N.E.W.T. potions. He improved greatly during his sixth year when he came into possession of the Half-Blood Prince's copy of Advanced Potion-Making, that had revised versions of potions curtsey of the Half-Blood Prince (Severus Snape). However, the usage of this textbook was noted by both Hermione and Snape to be cheating. When forced to hide the book Harry's potion skills suffered. But it was revealed, that even without the Prince's book, Harry was still able to do a decent enough job at potion-making that Slughorn's suspicions were not raised. Apparently Harry had no problems with potions at all as long as Snape was not around.

Transfiguration: Harry achieved an 'Exceeds Expectations' on his O.W.L. exam, showing proficiency in the subject and advanced to N.E.W.T.-level. He was able to perform Conjuration, an advanced type of Transfiguration. Harry demonstrated this at various points by conjuring ropes, water, and fire. He could also vanish objects, which is one of the most complicated spells taught at Ordinary Wizarding Level. Harry vanished the whole of an iguana and a snake that crossed his path. He could also transform objects into other objects, for example he can cast the Avifors Spell. Harry is also skilled enough to perform human Transfiguration, which is noted to be "immensely difficult". He accomplished this during a Transfiguration lesson, were he succeeded in turning his eyebrow bright yellow. Minerva McGonagall herself complimented him on his Transfiguration ability. After having travelled back in time Harry and his friends use human Transfiguration to an impressive degree to disguise Harry as Voldemort.

Charms: Harry achieved an 'Exceeds Expectations' on his O.W.L. exam and advanced to N.E.W.T.-level. He proved to be particularly talented in this subject. Harry frequently used the Summoning Charm successfully, would occasionally cast the protective enchantments that Hermione used during the Horcrux hunt, and was able to cast the Confundus Charm. He displayed an impressive mastery of the Shield Charm, surpassing that of many Ministry employees: his Shield Charms were so powerful that they were able to deflect curses from Lord Voldemort himself. During the Battle of the Seven Potters, he was able to levitate a side-car with himself in it for a long stretch of time. He could also cast simpler charms such as the: Wand-Lighting Charm, Colour Change Charm, Banishing Charm, Refilling Charm, Freezing Charm, and various others. Under the teaching of Remus Lupin, Harry was able to conjure an extremely powerful corporeal Patronus in his third year (in the form of a stag). This was a remarkable feat and yet another proof of his talent, given that many adult witches and wizards were unable to cast the difficult charm successfully.

Healing magic: Harry was able to effectively cast healing spells. He could perform the Reparifors spell in his third year, and after he saw Nymphadora Tonks perform Episkey on his own broken nose, he fixed Demelza Robins' broken lip in with the same spell, which is used to treat mild to moderate injuries. He also used the healing spell for clearing up dried blood from a bleeding wound.

Apparition: Harry had not earned a license to apparate, but he used the ability frequently to great success, even when forced to apparate with only a few seconds' notice or while guiding others. He also used apparition in his sixth year to a very impressive degree, to get himself and a weakened Albus Dumbledore over an incredibly vast distance even though he was inexperienced.

Non-verbal and wandless magic: When the Dementors attacked in Little Whinging, Dudley had knocked Harry's wand out of his hand when he punched him moments before. In desperation, Harry calls out "Lumos!" Although his wand was not in his hand, the wand tip lit up. Harry began using spells non-verbally and became quite proficient at it when Snape was not bothering him. As an adult Harry displays the ability to consciously use wandless magic; shown when he straightened his work-space with the simple wave of a hand. Few other wizards have exhibited this power, although Dumbledore and Voldemort were among them. This further testifies to Harry's skill, as only some of the most powerful wizards of his time were able to do so.

Care of Magical Creatures: Harry achieved an 'Exceeds Expectations' on his O.W.L. exam and has shown on more than one occasion to have good skill in handling numerous sorts of magical creatures. For example, he was the first in his class to tame a hippogriff, which he did very excellently. He befriended the hippogriff, to such an extent that Buckbeak defended him when he was in danger. Harry has also shown on three occasions that he is quite competent at dealing with dragons. This is shown when he was able to help Hagrid take care of baby Norbert the dragon, outsmart the Hungarian Horntail in the Triwizard Tournament, and tame a half-blind dragon into helping the trio escape Gringotts by flying out on its back. He was also one of very few in his class who was able to see Thestrals, and had no trouble mounting his in June. Harry was also good with House-elves, befriending the house-elf Dobby and eventually freeing him. This act of kindness made the little elf so loyal to him that he gave his life to save him. He also earned the respect and loyalty of Kreacher, a very difficult task.

Herbology: Harry attended N.E.W.T. Herbology classes. He achieved an 'Exceeds Expectations' on his O.W.L. exam, showing aptitude in the subject. Harry was able to recognize a Snargaluff plant at the Lovegood House and knew to gave it a wide berth of space. He also had knowledge of plants such as: Devil's Snare, Gillyweed, Venomous Tentacula, and Fanged Geranium from hands on experience. He could cast plant-related spells such as the Fire-Making Spell and Herbivicus Charm.

Astronomy: Though not excellent at Astronomy, Harry was able to pass his O.W.L. exam with an 'Acceptable'. Though it was stated that he didn't finish his exam. This was due to the fact that he was distracted by Dolores Umbridge's attempt to arrest Hagrid, during the time the exam was being taken. It is not known if he was able to advance to the N.E.W.T class or not, seeing as he did not apply for advancement.

Wand versatility: Harry was able to use Hermione's wand after his was broken during the Attack at Godric's Hollow. He was able to use spells such as: the Wand-Lighting Charm, the Shield Charm, and the Severing Charm at full strength, despite not having won the wand's allegiance. He also gained the allegiance of Draco Malfoy's wand, the Elder Wand, and quite possibly Voldemort's wand by defeating the previous masters.

Expert detective skills: Harry was also a formidably talented investigator. While in school, the trio had a knack for solving difficult mysteries and discovering the truth despite all attempts by others to conceal it. Hermione generally finding the background information, while Harry put the pieces together to make a coherent picture. In his first year, Harry uncovered the truth about the Philosopher's Stone and saved it from Voldemort. Over the next six years, he would solve the mystery of the Chamber of Secrets, find the truth about the prophecy, and hunt down and destroy all of Voldemort's Horcruxes using his amazing deductive skills. Harry's deductive skills also allowed him to uncover the mystery of the Deathly Hallows, and learn that he mastered the three of them, when even Ron and Hermione were initially sceptical of their existence. Harry also had a knack for spotting things that others did not and had a sharp eye for details. He was able to tell that Luna Lovegood had not been home in weeks by the state of her room, and he became suspicious when Dobby revealed that he had known that Harry was not getting any letters. His intelligence allowed him to intuitively know that Draco Malfoy had been branded with the Dark Mark despite no solid proof, that Malfoy was using the Room of Requirement as a work shop, and that he was having Crabbe and Goyle use Polyjuice Potion in order to disguise themselves as girls while keeping watch outside the room.

Resourcefulness: Harry showed resourcefulness in many different situations. In his first year, Harry impersonated the Bloody Baron, warning Peeves to stay away from the third floor that night so he wouldn't inconvenience the trio on their quest to save the Philosopher's Stone. In his second year, when encountering Professor McGonagall after hours, he lied and said that he and Ron were on their way to see Hermione in the hospital.
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I have to say I am loving how Vaerath is treating everybody like people. My only problem is that we do not see enough of what makes Vaerath a person. Also some advice on Vaerath's later characterization. The trap hole you have to avoid is the mentor who solves everything cliché.
10/16/2018 c25 King Wrym
This is making me wonder what happens when Harry unleashes a Dragons Wrath when he is pushed to far.
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