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Blood status

Why is her parentage "probably pureblood"? 02:55, 16 July 2007 (UTC)

Because her father, Xenophilius, is a wizard, and her mother is mentioned as being a witch. The Lovegoods are a Wizarding family, as Amos Diggory says in GoF, and so Luna is probably pureblood, but not necessarly, as her mother could be Muggle-born or Half-Blood --Parodist 22:07, 1 June 2009 (UTC)
So she's at most quarter-blood, but is there such a term at all? --Boris Baran (talk) 05:21, February 17, 2013 (UTC)
There isn't any such term. Those whose ancestors are all magical, as far back as is known, are pure-blood; those whose parents are both Muggles are Muggle-born; and everyone else is half-blood, regardless of the percentages involved. — RobertATfm (talk) 19:31, February 17, 2013 (UTC)
So, to be clear about it, we know that Luna is at least half-blood because her father was a wizard and her mother was a witch. But we don't have any way of knowing anything more than that at this poin5. ProfessorTofty (talk) 21:37, February 17, 2013 (UTC)
her father has to be at least half blood because he didn't have to register as a muggle born. PinkFairy202 (talk) 17:38, January 31, 2015 (UTC)
I've always wondered, if a witch's parents were both muggle-born, what would they be? Skyquill4605 (talk) 02:12, July 14, 2014 (UTC)
I guess that they would be half-bloods. They're after all a child from two with wizard blood, though technically they do not have magic blood, just muggle blood. Though they have magic blood because, well, they're magic....But.... Gha, this is like the question what came first? the hen or the egg?
VegaGullberg (talk) 20:39, August 7, 2014 (UTC)
Both of Hermoine Grainger's parents were muggle-born, Skyquill4605, so we know what that would be-she's called a mudblood by Draco, but the main body of the Hogwarts community considers her to be a witch and her children and Ron's (who is pureblood) aren't going to be called half-bloods.  We know this because Harry isn't called a half-blood even though his mother had no magical blood.  
Hermione's parents are muggles, not muggle-born.
I'm fairly certain Rowling mentioned they would be Muggle-born, but I'm not sure. --Hunnie Bunn (talk) 21:36, August 7, 2014 (UTC)


The quote under where it says personality is wrong.... in the deathly hallows it is revealed that Luna actually got the it from Ravenclaw Nyy923 15:17, 24 July 2007 (UTC)


It is a good new picture of Luna, from the HBP film, on there; but do we really need two of the same one? Palmala 17:35, 8 July 2008

I changed one. -- DarkJedi613 (Talk) 20:18, 8 July 2008 (UTC)


Luna is in the Painters Cat... Why? -- Seth Cooper Owl Post 18:51, 14 November 2008 (UTC)

Because in Deathly Hallows, she was shown to have painted a mural of all her friends. Oread 19:02, 14 November 2008 (UTC)
Ok, I forget that. Sorry. =) -- Seth Cooper Owl Post 19:04, 14 November 2008 (UTC)

Someone wrote that Umbridge "forced Luna to cut her hand open. She was caused a great deal of pain due to this, and was seen sobbing afterward". (Sorry if this is not a direct quote.)I removed it, seeing this did not, as far as I can remember, happen. I know the OOTP movie pretty well, and while I do remember Umbridge forcing the DA members to write in their blood (evil toad!), I do not remember it focusing on Luna, and I certainly do not remember her crying. If this was in a test screening that you remember seeing this, I'll beleive you, because the final cut was much shorter, but if you have any real proof, I can't. ---User:General Ironbeak

Actually, that statement would be true. In the film adaption of Order of the Phoenix, Umbridge makes the whole of the D.A., excluding Cho Chang perform a detention in the Great Hall, and they have to write lines using a Blood Quill. Luna, Fred and George are some of the focused characters during this scene, and in her part of the scene Luna is seen holding back tears. I suggest watching the film again, you might see it. Patr0nus 15:16, 6 August 2009 (UTC)
How Umbridge can be so cruel, punishing luna and making her reach a point where she had to hold back her own tears, you know what would have been to help the wound heal and close, Lavender Extract,Murtlap Essence, Or essence Of Dittany, it helped ron when he splinched himself during disapparting to the Forest of Dean, why wouldn't it have helped luna. Go-On Red 10:46, July 26, 2011 (UTC)
Why did she exclude Cho Chang? MusicManiac12323 04:56, December 14, 2011 (UTC)
in the movie cho chang ratted on the D.A Secret-Lord 00:12, March 3, 2012 (UTC)
She was forced to drink Veritaserum, so technically, she didn't rat on the D.A, she was forced to tell the truth. Shadow Seer 20:14, March 2, 2012 (UTC)

In the books, the only time ever that Luna is caught holding back tears, possibly (ie quivering lip), is when she finds out that DD died. Furthermore, Luna's hand is never injured in the movie as far as I know (though it could be inferred if the DA were targeted). The only known injury to Luna's hand was when she was bitten by a gnome at Fleur's wedding - and she did not cry then.

It should be noted that Harry indicated in HBP that he liked a particular girl because she did not cry as much as other girls. That girl just happened to be Ginny, even though, also according to the books, she cries quite a bit - more often when frustrated or upset and not so much due to pain. I can only say that love blinded Harry to the frequency of her tears. (Vaudree (talk) 19:54, November 28, 2015 (UTC))

Quidditch Commentator

Luna was the last commentator mentioned in the books, but not the commentator of the last game while Harry was at school. Harry was serving detention with Snape during the final match and there was no mention of who was the commentator.

Ssyrie 19:42, 24 March 2009 (UTC)

Yes that it correct. Meaning? ShirleyA 11:41, 2 May 2009 (UTC)


What´s the source for July 28 as her birthday?--Rodolphus 17:15, 24 July 2009 (UTC)

To my knowledge, Luna's birthday has never been revealed, so I've removed the July 28 date. Starstuff (Owl me!) 11:42, 26 July 2009 (UTC)

Hair colour

It is worth noting that there is actually a proper sub-category of blond named "dirty blond", also known as "dishwater blond", which is a naturally-occurring mixture of light-blond and sandy-blond. See Wikipedia for more information.

Is it clear from the books whether Luna's hair is "dishwater blond" or simply blond and dirty?

HTH HAND —Phil | Talk 12:45, November 19, 2009 (UTC)

Yes. When Harry first meets Luna he says that she has dirty blond hair. Scarletmoon579 12:48, February 13, 2010 (UTC)

According to Philip Pullman, "dirty blond(e)" is another name for "dark blond(e)", thus not anywhere near light or sandy (Pullman describes Lyra Belacqua this way); and the Wikipedia article linked above concurs.

And by the way, "blond" is the masculine term; the feminine is "blonde". — RobertATfm 23:38, June 24, 2012 (UTC)

I tried looking up dirty blonde (ie not a good idea!) and am wondering how dirty blonde differs from the red, blonde, brown combo that tends to show copper highlights in the sun and to change colour slightly depending on what one wears known commonly as strawberry blonde. Any pictures I could find on the issue that were appropriate tended to blur the lines between the two. (Vaudree (talk) 19:37, October 29, 2015 (UTC))


In the section Later Life, it is mentioned Luna has two kids with Wizarding naturalist Rolf Scamander, (Newt's grandson). Their names would be Lorcan and Lysander Scamander, who are noted in the section to be several years younger than Harry's kids.

I know she did marry Rolf and have twins, Lorcan and Lysander, but where and when did JKR ever state they were several years younger? They could simply be around Lily's age, or Albus', as Harry and Ginny also married late, only aftr Ginny served as Quidditch player.

Arculus Ambleway 16:59, December 27, 2009 (UTC)Arculus AmblewayArculus Ambleway 16:59, December 27, 2009 (UTC)

JKR mentioned in this interview that Luna married "rather later than Harry & co". - Nick O'Demus 14:22, December 31, 2009 (UTC)
And although Harry and Ginny didn't have children until after her Quidditch career was over, this doesn't mean they didn't marry much earlier than this. -- RobertATfm (talk) 23:47, July 31, 2012 (UTC)

To make it work, JKR had to cut short Ginny's Quidditch career so that she could have kids earlier. Twins usually run in the family - though there is no hint of them running in Luna's family or explanation as to why Luna would name one of her sons after Arthur Weasley's grandmother. There was also the Potter kids wondering why people were staring at them - even if you figured that Harry was a homebody outside of work, Ginny being a celebrity reporter would, by itself, turn a few heads whenever she took the children with her to run errands. I think that putting Harry with Ginny a second time was a later decision, rather than one in the original notes, and that JKR switched their children - just like when JKR decided that Arthur would live and Lupin and Dora would die even though she had originally planned to kill off Arthur. Ghost plots always leave traces. (Vaudree (talk) 20:23, October 29, 2015 (UTC))

Photo caption

One of the photos is captioned "A Death Eater magically halts the Hogwarts Express in order to kidnap Luna." Should this photo be in the article? Luna wasn't captured until later, once they'd already been at Hogwarts. It mentions in the book how she, Neville and Ginny had tried to continue Dumbledore's Army at school.

Yes check Done And please sign your posts. --JKochRavenclawcrest(Owl Me!) 05:41, December 2, 2010 (UTC)

The picture with Harry and Luna watching the thestrals is captioned wrongly, they don't see the thestrals because they have experienced pain, they see them because they have witnessed death, Harry witnessed Cedric's death, whereas Luna witnessed her mothers death.

Agreed with above; the photo of Harry, Luna and the thestrals is still incorrectly captioned. It's stated very clearly in canon that they can see them because they've seen death. Even if it was not made so clear that the ability to see thestrals comes from witnessing death, as we all know, experiencing pain is a very integral part of being alive and therefore everyone would see thestrals. 

Luna Elizabeth Lovegood

What is the source material for her middle name? —The preceding unsigned comment was added by (talkcontribs) 7:26, April 4, 2011.

This was presumably fanon. Starstuff (Owl me!) 04:14, August 24, 2011 (UTC)

Neville Longbottom Relationship

Where is the section for Neville Longbottom under Relationships? Laurabug02 03:40, July 7, 2011 (UTC)

It is not in the book, just in the movie as an added feature. Emma 10:22, July 25, 2011 (UTC) Emmad

Luna's Wrong Wand

The wand that is shown on the page, I think, is incorrect. I think this because of the WB Shop where they sell movie replicas, including wands. Here is her wand.

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It is supposed to look like a tulip.

The wand in this file is Luna's second wand, after she lost her first to the Death Eaters. The photo on the article shows her first wand. Harry granger 18:35, July 13, 2011 (UTC)

Luna's age

{C}Luna is a year under harry so she meets him in her forth year not her fifth year. her wiki page time line is a year off. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Csteele (talkcontribs) 04:16, July 20, 2011.

Hogwarts Years are Wrong

I think whoever wrote this article seemed to forget that Luna was a year behind Harry, Ron, and Hermione. This is a pretty big mistake and should be corrected. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by (talkcontribs) 00:12, August 24, 2011.

Can you point out the specific place/places where Luna's year is incorrectly given? I'd be glad to correct it, but I need to know where to look. Thanks. Starstuff (Owl me!) 04:10, August 24, 2011 (UTC)

Did Luna go to the Yule Ball?

This is copied directly from one of my blog posts on this site. Has anyone else noticed this? Please verify!

In HBP, when Harry takes Luna to Slughorn's party, she is delighted and tells him that, 'Nobody's ever invited me to a party before, as a friend!' (Not the exact quote, but along the same lines.)

But later, when Harry, Ron, Hermione, Ginny and Neville meet Luna for the first time on the Hogwarts Express, Luna says dreamily to Ron, 'You went to the Yule Ball with Padma Patil.' After Ron says yes, he did, she replies, 'I don't think she liked it very much ... ' then something about Ron not dancing with Padma, then, 'I don't think I would have minded. I don't like dancing very much.'

How could Luna have known that Ron took Padma to the Yule Ball? Even if she did know that, how would she know that Padma didn't like it very much? Luna, by her own admission, had never been invited to a party before (and it was kind of easy to see why), and she would not have been able to attend the Yule Ball by herself, being only a third-year at that point. Maybe she just overheard Padma (who is in her house) talking about the lame time she had with Ron Weasley. Or listened to gossip. But, if we ruled those possibilities out, then ... did she go to the ball?

{C}Do excuse me if this is totaly irrelevant or simply a misconception. It's just an observation. Thanks! --Luna Lovegood"All that we see or seem is but a dream within a dream ..." 07:38, September 4, 2011 (UTC)

She likely overheard Padma talking about her experience in the Ravenclaw common room. I think it would be a stretch to assume she attended the ball on this basis alone. Starstuff (Owl me!) 23:56, September 5, 2011 (UTC)
Yeah, that's what I thought. Maybe I phrased the post wrongly, but I think it is very likely that she didn't go to the Ball. She probably heard Padma talking about it later.Luna Lovegood"All that we see or seem is but a dream within a dream ..." 01:50, September 9, 2011 (UTC)
I would say no. Fourth years and up were only allowed to attend unless she had a date. Ginny went with Neville, thats why she went. So I don't think Luna went. Gryffindor1991 01:59, September 9, 2011 (UTC)


How come luna is listed as half orphan? please explain why. 21:13, September 22, 2011 (UTC)

Because her mother died when she was younger. Shorty1982 21:17, September 22, 2011 (UTC)

I would just like to point out that Luna joined the DA in 5th Year not 4th, like the wiki says —The preceding unsigned comment was added by (talkcontribs).

No, she joined in her 4th year. She's a year behind Harry, Ron, and Hermione and they formed the D.A. in their 5th year. And sign your posts with the signature button please. JDRooDigger(Owl Me) 01:17, September 27, 2011 (UTC)

GoF Mention

Ok so I know that she was mentioned in GoF but than should we say that she went to the World Cup? The Lovegoods were mentions getting there a week ahead of time, and since they're mentioned as some of the only wizarding families around, wouldn't it be safe to say she went? Lovegoods is plural and her and her dad are the only lovegoods in the area left. SHould we put in the article that she went? Alumeng 11:48, October 15, 2011 (UTC)

I'd say it's a relatively safe assumption that Luna and her dad were "the Lovegoods" who went to the QWC. Starstuff (Owl me!) 00:13, October 21, 2011 (UTC)

Rolf Scamander?

What is with this? How come J.K. Rowling invented some random person instead of having her marry an actual character in the story? 22:48, December 13, 2011 (UTC)Luneville65.28.71.19 22:48, December 13, 2011 (UTC)

Most likely to show that not everyone gets involved with schoolmates, but rather finds love later in life. -- 1337star (Owl Post) 22:51, December 13, 2011 (UTC)

I think it may also to show Luna beginning to realize her fathers stories were not all true as Rolf scamander is the great grandson of newt scamander, it may also show her love of mystical and magical creatures

And JK Rowling said that Newt Scamander was one of her favourite characters, so she probably wanted to bring him or a relative of him into the plot at some point, although couldn't find a place.Skyquill4605 (talk) 02:21, July 14, 2014 (UTC)

Luna is a very loyal person to a fault - do you think that loyalty to her father, especially after the death of her mother, blinded her, in the beginning, to the fact that her father didn't know everything? Rolf sounds ultra masculine bordering on animalistic - ok, it sounds like the sound a dog would make - I have trouble picturing him as a naturalist (more like an adventurer or someone into extreme sports), though Luna could have met him after developing a professional relationship with his grandfather. (Vaudree (talk) 20:34, October 29, 2015 (UTC))

Name in Infobox

Why is the name in the infobox given as Luna Scamander, nee Lovegood, and not Luna Lovegood as in other cases? Wherefrom do we know that she took the name Scamander after the marriage?  Harry granger   Talk   contribs 20:12, December 23, 2011 (UTC)

While it is speculation to say she took her husband's name, it's more speculative to imply she did not. -- 1337star (Owl Post) 20:16, December 23, 2011 (UTC)
Uhhm, no it's not. When we last heard from her her name was Luna Lovegood, and we have absolutely no evidence that she changed her name. We have no evidence that her name was ever Luna Scamander and we know that her name was definetly Luna Lovegood at one point. I'm going to change it to Lovegood if nobody objects.Icecreamdif 18:17, April 23, 2012 (UTC)
It should be changed to Lovegood. It should have been Lovegood from the start! Automatically giving a woman the surname of her husband is a very sexist assumption. What is more, we now know from the Pottermore Rita Skeeter article that the 34-year-old married Luna is still called Luna Lovegood, because she is referred to as such, while Ginny is referred to as Ginny Potter. Please can someone with the power to do so change this article as soon as possible! Rosie Sourbut (talk) 18:24, July 12, 2014 (UTC)
Although Hermione is refferred to as Hermione Granger. I think Hermione probably changed her name though, but was reffered as Granger because of everyone would reconize the name easier. Luna probably didn't though because Rita would've called her Scamander because she wasn't as "Known" as the trio. Skyquill4605 (talk) 02:24, July 14, 2014 (UTC)
Considering that adult Hermione is far up in the Ministry, tipped to one day be Minister for Magic, I imagine that her name at the time of the article would be well known to the public. We have to go on the evidence at hand, rather than speculating that maybe, just maybe, they did change their names. Rosie Sourbut (talk) 07:31, July 15, 2014 (UTC)


"robes where more appropriate" ---- should be "were" more appropriate. FIX IT PLEASE. Lolyoulol22 23:29, February 24, 2012 (UTC)

Yes check Done. Nice catch. -- 1337star (Owl Post) 23:51, February 24, 2012 (UTC)

The page says "Luna Longbottom" though she never married Neville.

Prisoner of Azkaban

When Harry defeats a wild book on the sixth floor in the PS2 version of Prisoner of Azkaban, Ron called Peeves "loony." Should this be mentioned?—Kaimi (999,999 CP/5 TP) 20:04, June 18, 2012 (UTC)

How is that a reference? Loony means mad or silly person at least in Britain. So Ron's just calling him that. It's probably why she's called that. Pauldarklord (talk) 14:58, September 22, 2017 (UTC)


How do we know for sure Luna took Rolf's name? I mean, it's most likely she did but shouldn't she be listed as Lovegood until it's confirmed? 08:14, June 25, 2012 (UTC)

I agree! It is an assumption on the part of HP wiki. Many women do not change their names if they get married! And in fact, it should definitely now be changed because we know from the POttermore article by Rita Skeeter that married adult Luna Lovegood is still referred to by her name. She didn't change her surname! This article needs to be fixed. Rosie Sourbut (talk) 12:50, July 12, 2014 (UTC) Rosie

Battle at the Department of Mysteries

Luna was not the last of the D.A. to fall in the battle. Neville and Harry after her. 02:20, July 31, 2012 (UTC)

Birthday again

I'm a bit confused about Luna's birthday ... could someone help clarify? The article says Luna was born between 1 September 1980 and 1 May 1981; would she not have been in the Trio's year if she was born anytime in 1980? Meaning that she would be born between January and May of 1981? --Hunnie Bunn (talk) 16:55, October 26, 2013 (UTC)

Well, actually, first years start their education at Hogwarts when they are eleven years old. Anyone who was born in 1980 after 1 September would've been ten when the school year started, so they would not have been allowed to start during the 1991-1992 school year. They'd have to wait until the 1992-1993 school year to start, and why Luna could've been born in 1980 after 1 September. Does that help your understanding? --Luxali (talk) 17:15, October 26, 2013 (UTC)
Oh, yes, now I see. Thanks :) --Hunnie Bunn (talk) 17:21, October 26, 2013 (UTC)
Great, glad to have been of some help. :) --Luxali (talk) 17:23, October 26, 2013 (UTC)

Rotfang Conspiracy

In "Luna's beliefs", the Rotfang Conspiracy is sourced as from OotP, but is actually from HBP (Luna said it in Slughorn's Christmas Party) NazivonS (talk) 16:31, December 28, 2013 (UTC)

Sounds like X-files meets political satire - since politicians are commonly compared to vampires, rot being another word for corruption and something not having teeth means that the enforcement mechanism was very weak - often intentionally so. Was surprised that these were things that Xenos actually believed rather than the usual colourful political commentary.

The entry should note that they are Luna's father's beliefs, though, because they are always presented as "daddy said" this and "daddy said" that. Luna's major belief seems to be that her daddy knows things and that she believes her father. (Vaudree (talk) 21:05, October 29, 2015 (UTC))

Something to Add

I am new to the wiki, so I couldn't do this myself.

I was reading the Daily Prophet and I noticed something new about Luna and would like to add it. Rita Skeeter says that Luna's wedding dress was Rainbow, Spangles, and a tiara of silver unicorn horns. Here's the link [[1]]. The article was Rita Skeeter 1.31 hours.

Skyquill4605 (talk) 22:03, July 11, 2014 (UTC)

Thank you. I'll check it out. AB Ng Talk 03:45, July 12, 2014 (UTC)
Yes! Other edits need to be made due to this new canonical material. Luna's (and Hermione's) names need to be changed; the article shows that both of them retained the surnames they had before they were married.

Living people as of 2017

I've noticed that this page is in Category:Living people as of 2017, but I don't think we actually know that. She does not, as far as I remember, appear in the epilogue. We know she's alive as of 2014 due to her attending the Quidditch World Cup, but she might have died between 2014 and 2017. Is there something I've overlooked? Luna Scamander (talk) 13:20, September 11, 2014 (UTC)

Removed due to lack of response. Luna Scamander (talk) 13:13, September 19, 2014 (UTC)
No offence, but there's no proof she died. She had her twin children later than the others, so she likely wasn't in the epilogue. As that was on Platform 9 and 3 quarters, seeing children off to Hogwarts. Pauldarklord (talk) 15:31, September 22, 2017 (UTC)


Where it says she is loyal to Ravenclaw, I feel that it should say that she is also loyal to Griffindor as that was the house she supports in the Quidditch house cup. PinkFairy202 (talk) 17:45, January 31, 2015 (UTC)

Luna seems to be the opposite of Hermione to a degree in that Luna is willing to entertain an idea until it is disproven whereas Hermione sometimes has the tendency to dismiss an idea before looking at it's merits (ie Black as animagus, child soldiers). However, many tend to fail to distinguish between daughter and father. Any mention of loyalty should mention that Luna is fiercely loyal to both her family and her friends. Luna wanted to believe her father, in part, because she felt it was disloyal to do otherwise - which is why she gets so upset when Hermione insults her father and why it is always "my daddy" this and "my daddy" that. The first time that Luna openly questions her father's ideas is at Fleur and Bill's wedding when she mentioned that she would have preferred to wear dress gowns but her father insisted on yellow . Luna's later choice of career is also a questioning of her father's beliefs in that she wanted to know the truth - it was the quest for what was true and what was fiction. Luna was still very loyal, but it was not the blind loyalty she was guilty of when Harry first becomes aware of her.

Luna is fairly stoic in that the only time she comes close to tearing up in the books was when she found out that DD died. A rainbow wedding dress would be a nod to LGBT rights and a show of loyalty to DD? (Vaudree (talk) 20:00, October 29, 2015 (UTC))

Luna's birthdate

Luna's birthday has been confirmed by J.K Rowling on Twitter

Added: could someone check that I got all mentions? —Phil | Talk 12:31, July 17, 2015 (UTC)

Past Tense

In the main article it says she "was" which implies she is no longer alive. to the best of my knowledge she is still alive, but the article implies she's dead. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Juanerert0 (talkcontribs) 09:39, August 28, 2015.

It is the policy of this wiki to write articles in past tense for the sake of consistency. The policy also stipulates that articles be written from an "in-universe" point of view (i.e. that they treat the events presented in the books, films, and games as if they actually happened). So it's like we're historians from the distant future, and thus we write about Luna Lovegood as if she's someone who lived in the past.
Also, please remember to sign your username with four tildes (~~~~) in the future. Starstuff (Owl me!) 01:27, November 9, 2015 (UTC)

Luna's shoes

Should we take it for granted that her story about stolen shoes was true? It seems highly implausible that someone managed to steal all her shoes, she went barefoot to classes, and no one among Hogwarts' staff took care of this (and if it's true, it's a huge movie plothole). Perhaps she simply made up this story, and went barefoot just because she liked to? --Jim Fruit (talk) 22:37, January 2, 2016 (UTC)

It is more likely that the producer was a Murray Mclauchlan or Adam Sandler fan. Seriously, it was probably a way to make her look like a Fey since fairies traditionally do not wear footwear. The only time that Harry becomes aware in the books that people took Luna's stuff was at the end of OOTP when he sees Luna putting up notices concerning her missing stuff and then goes to get something to eat. Luna did not really miss the stuff at school but seemed to figure she needed to get it back before she headed home - which indicates that her father may care more about it than she did. There is also the certainty on Luna's part that she will get her stuff back because she put up the notices, though the books never explained why. This is the same book, however, that both Harry and the twins used accio to get their brooms - the twins through a locked door, damaging the door. (Vaudree (talk) 19:54, November 28, 2015 (UTC))

The article also says that she is barefoot throughout most of the fifth movie, but I recall only one barefoot scene, in the forest. Am I wrong about this? --Jim Fruit (talk) 22:37, January 2, 2016 (UTC)

I can only remember the one barefoot scene and one reference to sleeping with her shoes on because she sleepwalks (something else she never does in the books). Probably best to send a message to one of the mods, since they tend to watch the movies more, and refer them to this conversation in the talk section of Luna. I have dizzy spells and tend to lose memories - so it is possible, though unlikely, that there was another barefoot scene.

Oh, the producer could have been a fan of The Barefoot Executive - though, since that was a Disney movie, very unlikely. Noticed the Jack Frost movie on YTV today that Jack Frost was also barefoot. Also noticed that the .ca version of the Huffington Post listed both Luna and Queenie in their predictions for the top 30 (15 female) names of 2016 - though not sure if that sort of trivia is wanted. (Vaudree (talk) 02:30, January 3, 2016 (UTC))

DA Deaths

Lavender Brown

According to Pottermore, Lavendar Brown is not dead. They removed the death from her section. and as an example Nonchalantsquawk (talk) 04:00, March 25, 2016 (UTC)

Who ships Luna and Neville? (Cough, cough, mostly everyone, coug

Edit request


I have a minor edit to the Luna Lovegood page that I cannot make because I'm a newbie that I'm requesting someone make on my behalf.

In the "Sixth Year" section of her article, there is a sentence that reads:

"On 1 September, Death Eaters boarded the train in search of Harry Potter, but were unsuccessful in capturing do to the fact that he wasn't on board"

This sentence needs to be edited to read as follows:

"On 1 September, Death Eaters boarded the train in search of Harry Potter, but were unsuccessful in capturing him due to the fact that he wasn't on board."

If someone can make this edit on my behalf, I'd be really appreciative.


TheDarkEnforcer3 (talk) 17:54, September 17, 2017 (UTC)

Done, you're welcome. HTH HAND Phil | Talk 08:04, September 18, 2017 (UTC)


In the duellist section, it's said (in a section that I suspect is almost 100% copied from Ginny's) that at age Fourteen, at the Department of Mysteries etc. Given her birthday has been released as February, it should be 15? Pauldarklord (talk) 14:51, September 22, 2017 (UTC)

You're right. I've corrected it.--Rodolphus (talk) 15:05, September 22, 2017 (UTC)

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