'Advanced Potion Making' - The Half Blood Prince's copy
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The potion within was splashing about merrily; it was the color of molten gold, and large drops were leaping like goldfish above the surface, though not a particle had spilled. Harry was sure that Slughorn had not forgotten the potion at all, but had waited to be asked for dramatic effect. Well, that one, ladies and gentlemen, is a most curious little potion called Felix Felicis. I take it," he turned, smiling, to look at Hermione, who had let out an audible gasp, "that you know what Felix Felicis does, Miss Granger? The whole class seemed to sit up a little straighter. Now all Harry could see of Malfoy was the back of his sleek blond head, because he was at last giving Slughorn his full and undivided attention. Yes, it's a funny little potion, Felix Felicis," said Slughorn.
Potter land is indeed lovely to look at in this handsome cinematic chapter from author J. Intertwined with Hogwarts-as-romantic comedy is a deftly unspooled mystery in which Harry and his Moses-like mentor Dumbledore played masterfully by Michael Gambon attempt to pry secrets about wicked former Hogwarts student Tom Riddle from potions professor Horace Slughorn Oscar-winner Jim Broadbent. Their quest leads to nicely imagined bits of psycho-mystical hocus pocus, as when Harry gets hold of memory vials allowing him to access past events. Radcliffe continues his winning ways as a worthy teen hero. Alan Rickman , reprising professor Severus Snape, excels as a sour lurker of the first order, while longtime Potter rival Draco Malfoy Tom Felton skulks through the hallways of Hogwarts dressed in black and burdened with a dark mission of his own.
Snape's nickname for himself was the "Half-Blood Prince", and so he signed this nickname along the bottom of the back cover of the book. T level Potions classes and authored by Libatius Borage. It contains a variety of recipes for various potions, many of which Snape improved by means of amending procedures and scribbling notes in the margins. The first known owner of this copy of Advanced Potion-Making was Severus Snape, the future Potions Master of Hogwarts, when he was still attending as a student. Not being well off, the book was second-hand; nothing is known of its original owner.
This is a list of fictional potions used in the Harry Potter series. Throughout the series, they are mentioned in potions class at Hogwarts , taught by Severus Snape in books one to five and Horace Slughorn in books six and seven. Amortentia is a love potion  that does not create actual love, but gives the drinker a powerful obsession and infatuation with the giver of the potion. It is usually either forced upon someone or covertly given. As a rule of thumb the longer a love potion awaits consumption, the stronger the effects will be, as seen in Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince when Ron Weasley mistakenly eats a box of Chocolate Cauldrons spiked with the intense love potion intended for Harry previously bought from Weasley's Wizard Wheezes. The potion's aroma is unique to each person who consumes it, as it smells like whatever attracts each individual, e.
Paralyzed under the Invisibility Cloak, Harry is powerless. Suddenly, his cloak flies off and Tonks appears, helping him up. Together, they hurry toward Hogwarts. As Harry enters the Great Hall, students turn and stare. Harry, Ron, and Hermione are shocked. Dumbledore has never before trusted Snape with such an important position.