A Predictive Keyboard Has Written A Harry Potter Book And It's INCREDIBLE

15 December 2017, 10:13 | Updated: 15 December 2017, 10:39

Ron And Hermione

By Naomi Berners

"Several long pumpkins fell out of McGonagall."

After the final instalment of the Harry Potter series, fans were left with an empty void in their lives.

Gone were the days of reading late into the night and discovering a new wizarding adventure for the first time; instead Potterheads were having to re-read all seven books on loop, hoping against hope that J.K Rowling would put pen to paper once more.

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But where J.K has remained silent, a predictive keyboard has not. 


Botnik Studios fed a predictive keyboard all seven Potter books, and, based on what it had digested, it churned out a rather unique chapter of its own.

Titled Harry Potter And The Portrait Of What Looked Like A Giant Pile Of Ash, it's one gripping read.

It starts with some pretty stark information:

"Ron's Ron shirt was just as bad as Ron himself."

And contains some truly incredible scenarios:

"Not so handsome now, thought Harry, as he dipped Hermione in hot sauce."

Ending with an impacting line from Harry himself:

"I'm Harry Potter!" Harry began yelling. "The Dark Arts better be worried, oh boy!"

(You sure told them, Hazza.)


It seems that it's the chapter that Potterheads around the globe never knew they needed so much in their lives, and it's caused the internet to go into meltdown with glee:

There are even calls for Botnik to create an entire book through it's wonderfully magical predictive keyboard:

In just a few days, this amazing piece has been retweeted a whopping 43,000 times and racked up over 92,000 likes - one of those belonging to J.K herself.

There is only one final statement to make on this chapter that is spreading joy across the web...

All was well.

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