Hogwarts Adventure Pt 1

What would it be like to go to Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry? Who would you be friends with? What adventures would you go on? Find all of that out in a few seconds in my quiz!

This quiz depicts a story of an adventure at Hogwarts. You meet many people and go on many adventures. Read what would happen if you were to go to Hogwarts at the time Harry potter, Hermione Granger, and Ron Weasley did.

Created by: GirlByTheOcean

  1. What is your age?
  2. What is your gender?
  1. “_____, get up!” yelled the caretaker of the Meadow Girls Orphanage in London. “Coming!” you yelled back, getting up from her desk and dressing in faded skinny jeans, a light grey T-shirt with the words-Love Art-on it, and a blue and white shall in a floral pattern. You put on some high-top Vans shoes with a white background and small, salmon pink flowers. You had dark brown, beach waves that turned a light gold in the sunlight and turned a light silver in the moonlight. Your skin was light and you had a peaches and cream complexion. You had a white scar in the shape of a lightning bolt on your forehead too, but you wore your hair in a way to cover it up a little. Not always, but sometimes. You were very tall and very skinny, too. You ran over to your door and walked down the hall and downstairs to the dining room. On the table where platters of food, including chicken, vegetables, fruit, and bread. A jug of milk, water, and orange juice were sitting at the end of the rosewood table.
  2. You grabbed a plate and a glass and placed some of the condiments on the platters, afterwards filling your glass with orange juice. Instead of sitting down at the table, you walked outside through the back door and walked through the garden to your little personal space. It was about four hundred square feet, without any walls on the inside, allowing you to have a nice large space to relax in. The walls surrounding the space were made of stone and moss. You had planted flowers, trees, and lush grass on the inside. You had a large, flat rock so you could have a nice area to sketch and wright. you placed your plate and glass on the rock and sat down on the grass. You quietly ate your breakfast and returned your plate and empty glass to the kitchens. You walked back out to your area you called, The Artist’s Domain, and pulled your sketch bag next to you. You pulled out your favorite sketch pencil, a putty eraser, and a pencil sharpener. You carried over one of your many sketchbooks and flipped to the page of your, work-in-progress sketch of a willow tree. You blew on the paper to get rid of any dirt, then started to draw the girl sitting on a branch, pushing back the leaves so she could look out.
  3. You grabbed a plate and a glass and placed some of the condiments on the platters, afterwards filling your glass with orange juice. Instead of sitting down at the table, you walked outside through the back door and walked through the garden to your little personal space. It was about four hundred square feet, without any walls on the inside, allowing you to have a nice large space to relax in. The walls surrounding the space were made of stone and moss. You had planted flowers, trees, and lush grass on the inside. You had a large, flat rock so you could have a nice area to sketch and wright. You placed your plate and glass on the rock and sat down on the grass. You quietly ate your breakfast and returned your plate and empty glass to the kitchens. You walked back out to your area you called, The Artist’s Domain, and pulled your sketch bag next to you. You pulled out your favorite sketch pencil, a putty eraser, and a pencil sharpener. You carried over one of your many sketchbooks and flipped to the page of your, work-in-progress sketch of a willow tree. You blew on the paper to get rid of any dirt, then started to draw the girl sitting on a branch, pushing back the leaves so she could look out.
  4. You would be in The Artist’s Domain all day, avoiding as much as possible interacting with other people, especially the other girls in the orphanage. Every one of them hated you and were always trying to pull pranks on you. But after almost eleven years of it, you had learned to avoid them. So, all you did was sketch and day dream and garden. You never got a letter and nobody came to visit you. You could do weird things to, things the other children couldn’t, and they were jealous about it. You had made friends with a snake by giving it a home in her garden and feeding it scraps of food from her plate. You could talk to it to, and you could understand the snake, but you named it, Pixie, when you found out it was a mother garden snake. When you were mad or scared, you accidentally did things to the other girls, and that made you the most disliked girl in town.
  5. You could do one more thing, too. You thought you were some type of freak, because you had these large, black, feathered wings. You could retract them into your back so no one would know about them, but leave no trace that they were there. Sometimes at night you would take flight, flying over the cities and streets. You loved it, but you were afraid to tell people. So you kept them a secret, and enjoyed them. You found out you had them at around seven years old. You don't know how, but suddenly when you were sketching a Valkyrie, they sprouted out of your back, in the form of bone then the feathers grew. It was a moment of bewilderment for you.
  6. Hours passed and you entertained yourself and Pixie. You wished you could sleep out here, but you always had to return to your bedroom and go to bed at a certain time, but you never stayed in your bedroom. You would get out of bed at midnight, when everyone was asleep, and prowl around the yard and orphanage. You started this one night when you couldn’t get to sleep when you were six. You were always light on your feet and never made a lot of noise, so you were a natural at sneaking around. From that night on, you would get up in the middle of the night and prowl around the orphanage. Tonight, you would do the same, but instead of only sneaking around, she was going to go and steal a little food from the kitchens.
  7. Time passed quickly and before you knew it, you were being ordered to go to your bedroom and turn the lights out. You did as you were told and went to bed, but stayed wide awake until midnight, when you crept out of her room and padded lightly across the floors. You effortlessly and quietly walked down to the kitchens, but you didn’t just see crumbs on the floor and on the counters, but two rats scurrying around the floor, picking up crumbs and eating them contentedly. You didn’t catch any rats before, but you knew how to do it due to a fictional book you read. You eyed down the rats and spotted one that was closer to you then the other one. It was eating by far the biggest piece of food there when the other rat scurried beside him to eat it as well. They’re backs were turned to you, and that was a big mistake for them. You leaned forward and padded lightly across to the rats. You crouched down, preparing to pounce, then you jumped at the rats and grabbed them with your bare hands. The rats froze in shock, then started biting and scratching to try to escape.
  8. “There it is,” you said. You pinched the rat’s neck in between your thumb and pointer finger. You leaped across to the front door and pushed it open. You walked outside to the bushes and tossed the mice to the ground. They waited for a killing blow, but when none came, they looked up at you with what you imagined to be a look of surprise on the rat’s face. “Better scurry on before I change my mind,” you said, and scared the rats away. You looked around and headed back inside, closing the door silently and sneaking around some more. Since the rat bit you, blood was still seeping from your finger. You went to the washroom and cleaned of your wound. You decided that it was late enough so you headed upstairs to your bedroom and edged the door open. You closed it behind you and crawled into bed and quickly dozed off.
  9. “_____! _____ get up!” You woke up and sat upright in your bed, not knowing what was going on. “_____, get up! You have visitors!” “Oh, really? I mean, coming!” You were suspicious yet excited that you had visitors. You scurried out of bed and got dressed, wearing a pair of faded skinny jeans with tears in them, a white strap tank top, and a loose shirt that had a pink, green, and white floral pattern and that tended to expose one of your shoulders. You put on a pair of light grey Vans high tops and walked out the door. You walked down stairs only to be greeted by a maid. “Your visitors are just outside. Mind your manners.” You nodded your head and walked outside. You saw a boy about your age with scruffy, short, jet black hair and round glasses, and beside him stood the biggest man you ever saw, who had black, long, and messy hair, wearing a long, brown, worn out coat. He was carrying a pink umbrella, which was a nice pop of color to his outfit. “Hi,” you said, ignoring the maid’s request to be very sophisticated.
  10. “Hello, _____. I’m Hagrid. Do you have your trunk ready?” asked the larger than-life-man next to the boy. “Excuse me? Trunk?” “Well of course! Didn’t you get the letters?” exclaimed Hagrid. “Ah, letters,” you said with a relaxed expression on your face, then it changed into a look of disgust as you said, “I wouldn’t ever have gotten any. These other girls will most likely intercept any letters that I may get. So, no, I didn’t get any letters.” “Oh, well, got one ‘ere some place,” Hagrid said, digging around in his pockets for a letter. While he was searching for a copy, you looked at the boy next to him and said, “Hi. Who are you, if I may ask?” “Oh, um m-my name is Harry. Harry Potter,” he said. “Ah! ‘ere we are!” said Hagrid, pulling out an envelope and handing it to you. You opened it and pulled out the letter inside. It read: Dear _____, we are pleased to inform you that you have been accepted into the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Down below is a list of the things you will need. You will depart for King’s Cross at platform nine and three quarters on September first. Sincerely, Minerva McGonagall, Professor McGonagall. “Wait, Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry? Why would I be accepted to a school for witches and wizards?” you asked, thinking that these two just pulled an enormous prank on her. “You’re a witch, _____,” Hagrid said quietly. You snorted. “That’s likely.” “Well, you are! Harry ‘ere is. So am I.” “Prove it,” you said, not buying what these two were saying. Hagrid raised his pink umbrella and pointed it at a rock on the ground. “Engorgio,” he said, and instantly the rock grew.
  11. “Alright, I’ll bite. But how do I pay for this school?” you said, your eyes widening in bewilderment. “Oh, ya don’t need to pay. Just pack your trunk and we’ll get going.” “Um, ok...” You said, turning around and dashing upstairs. You packed your trunk with all your clothes and shoes, then dragged it downstairs and to The Artist’s Domain, where you pulled all your sketchbooks and art supplies into your trunk, then you pulled it out to the front. “Alright. First, we gotta get your supplies for school. So, come on now, put your trunk in the side car of the motorcycle.” Hagrid said, gesturing towards the motorcycle with two side-cars. You walked over to the motorcycle and hauled your trunk into the side car nearest you. “Got it. Now, how are we gonna get my supplies? I can’t imagine they’d be just like normal school supplies.”
  12. “Just so you know, we call none magic folk, muggles. And we need to go to London first.” “You know what, I would be questioning why we would be getting all this in London, but my morning has been pretty weird, so I’ll just roll with it,” you said. “Well, that’s, good I spose,” Hagrid said, “Alight ‘arry, get in the other car.” Harry got in the car opposite you and Hagrid climbed on afterwards. You climbed in after him and wasn’t sure what to expect. Hagrid didn’t really seem like a good driver. “Hold on tight _____.” Hagrid said while he flipped a switch and pushed a button. The motorcycle started driving towards London, but lifted into the air instead of staying on the ground. “Hagrid, muggles aren’t accustomed to flying motorcycles,” you yelled, trying to make yourself heard over the wind. “Don’t worry, _____, I got that covered.”
  13. You sat back in your seat and waited for them to land. After about fifteen minutes, they arrived at a large plaza. “Alright, we’re ‘ere,” Hagrid said, taking of his helmet and climbing of the motorcycle. You and Harry got off as well, and Harry said, “How are we going to find our stuff here?” “You gotta know where to go,” Hagrid said, gesturing for them to follow him and strode off towards a shop in the plaza. You and Harry looked at each other and ran to keep up with Hagrid. They were heading towards a small building in between a bookstore and a local pub. The building was so small, you would’ve missed it if you were just walking by.
  14. Hagrid, you, and Harry walked into the building you saw was called, The Leaky Cauldron. When you walked in, you saw lots of which’s and wizards eating and drinking. A bartender was cleaning a glass when he said, “The usual, Hagrid?” “Not today, Tom. On official Hogwarts business. Gotts get young _____ and Harry ‘ere to get they’re school supplies.” When Hagrid mentioned Harry’s and your name, all the noise and chit chat stopped. The bartender, which you know as Tom now, said, “Is it really _____ _____ and Harry Potter? It is!” Everybody got out of their seats and lined up to shake yours and Harry’s hand.
  15. First in line was a man with a purple turban on approached them and said, “Nice t-to m-m-meet you P-potter and _____.” “Ah! Professor Quirl! Didn’t see you there!” Hagrid said, “_____, Harry, this is one of your soon-to-be teachers at Hogwarts. He’s teaching Defense Against the Dark Arts.” “I b-b-best b-be going n-now,” quivered Professor Quirl. “Bye.” “Bye.” You and Harry said. You and Harry shook the other which’s and wizard’s hands, and then went to the back of the shop and out a door that led to a couple trashcans and a brick wall. “Three up, two across,” muttered Hagrid. He tapped the bricks to what he said and the bricks started rotating and shoving each other out of the way to form an archway. It led to a street filled with kids and which’s and wizard’s, all mulling about the shops and laughing and talking. Shops and stores of all kinds lined the street. “Welcome, to Diagon Alley,” Hagrid said.
  16. Hello every body! I hope you like my first quiz! You'll have one almost every day, so stay tuned!

Remember to rate this quiz on the next page!
Rating helps us to know which quizzes are good and which are bad.

What is GotoQuiz? A better kind of quiz site: no pop-ups, no registration requirements, just high-quality quizzes that you can create and share on your social network. Have a look around and see what we're about.