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Provisionally passed at 100Q in two months of study.
Been following this sub for a while and just wanted to give my thanks to everyone, my two cents on the exam, my process for studying, and so on. As a bit of a preamble, the opinions given here are just opinions. You can prep for the exam however you choose – the approach I used might not suit you. Long post, beware.
22 years old, have my BSc in Information Technology, Security+, and CCNA. I’ve worked professionally as a network administrator in a SCIF for about a year and half now thus far, so once the dust settles here I’ll be an Associate of ISC2. Very happy about this.
Sybex Official 8th Edition Study Guide (8/10): Better than I expected. Surprisingly well-written in terms of detail, offers a lot of context as to when certain processes are used. I appreciate the “human-friendly” style of writing here as opposed to some of the Cisco materials I’ve studied in the past – those are painfully dry. My one gripe with the Sybex book is how the material is sequenced to you as the reader. Reading this guy chronologically from cover to cover isn’t ideal in my opinion; you’re better off choosing chunks to parse from (ex. rather than going linearly from chapters 1 to 2 to 3, I would group the chapters that comprehensively related to the same topic together such as those relating to BCP, risk management, networking, and so on).
Sybex Official 8th Edition Practice Tests (6/10): These were okay, nothing spectacular, but valuable, nonetheless. They came with the aforementioned book above, so I can’t complain.
Boson Practice Tests (10/10): Boson is and has consistently been of the most valuable tools I’ve used to prep for certifications, and CISSP was no exception. People seem to miss the point of these exams, however. They aren’t there to gauge or assess your ability to take this test and pass – they are there to assess your knowledge of the material. Think of these as the what, not necessarily the how or why. More precious than the questions themselves are the explanations given for correct and incorrect answer choices. By no means will these tests resemble the real thing, but there is a ton a value in getting your brain to actively read what a question is asking, weighing your answer choices, and making an informed decision.
YouTube’s IT Dojo and MindMap channels (9/10): Both channels are great for different reasons. IT Dojo’s questions of the day are really good at putting you on the spot with potential scenarios you might encounter, whereas MindMap’s Domain videos are good reviews of the overall CISSP domains and how all the more granular concepts connect with the broader strokes. For content that is freely available to anybody, these guys go way above and beyond.
PocketPrep CISSP App (7/10) These were good to have on the go. I went ahead and paid for the full thing just to have that many more questions; some questions are way too easy compared to the real thing, so don’t get overconfident if you do really well here. These are more for practice when no other option is available.
Certification Station Discord (10/10): Some of the most insightful, nicest people I’ve met in the cybersecurity world. Everybody is more than willing to help you understand, and I have to give my sincere thanks to the mods and members there for keeping me motivated and on track. Definitely helpful to have somebody explain something to you in human terms. Sometimes you don’t know what you don’t know until you try to explain a concept to somebody else.
I woke up this morning a little earlier than usual, had a strong breakfast, and worked out for a bit. Very lightly skimmed some processes such as change management, risk management frameworks, access models, and so on. My town doesn’t have a Pearson test center, so I had to drive about an hour to the next city over to take it. Upon getting to the test center, I listened one last time to Kelly Handerhan’s “Why You Will Pass the CISSP.” There was still a lot of self-doubt, but at this point there was no turning back.
Without violating NDA obviously, the exam will surprise you. All the preparation and studying won’t have been in vain when you sit for it, but expect the unexpected. As many others before me have already stated: this is not a memorization or “trivia” based exam. This thing will really dig in and test your knowledge of processes, decision making, discernment, and how to apply them all together in scenarios where the details aren’t immediately or explicitly clear.
Having taken a few certs now, I can safely say this exam very closely mirrors the real-world management problems one will encounter, where all suggested answers might be good, but one is “most” correct.
This is an exam that is certainly doable. Is it difficult? Sure, but anything worth doing generally is, and if you’ve already committed to this path, you might as well put the idea of “difficulty” out of your head now. You’re going to earn your CISSP.
Take a lot of notes. I personally filled an entire composition book front-and-back of nothing but notes on just about everything I can think of. You should especially take notes on what and why certain processes exist, particularly ones you don’t intuitively understand.
One idea I’d like to posit is that you don’t need to be so militant about studying for x amount of time a day to pass. Brute forcing ideas into your head for hours and hours isn’t necessarily going to be more efficient than simply studying a concept until it clicks. At a certain point your brain is inevitably going to check out and need a break, with or without your approval. Staying conscious and present is key.
Obviously, yes, you should work hard at achieving this, but don’t neglect your health or well-being just to study – a healthy, functioning body and brain are better at learning anyway. Go exercise, go spend time with family, or go play video games for an hour or two – do something to hit that reset button.
This subreddit and the official Discord have been extremely helpful in clarifying concepts and ideas for me, and generally just keeping me motivated, so I owe all of you my thanks.
I made a comprehensive compilation of everything we know, and everything we have cause to believe
PrefaceLike many of you, I’ve been a hardcore fan of all things Potter for over 20 years. Grew up with the books, soaked in the movies, played many of the games, and explored various supplemental and fan content over the years. I’m over the moon about the official confirmation of what we’ve known now for nearly two years: The “Harry Potter Game” is coming!
It’s been a uniquely interesting ride to get to this point, and because of that, we have some credible information that some folks may not be aware of. I wanted to compile an index of officially confirmed info (currently quite limited), easily deduced conclusions based on the new official trailer, as well as observations from the original leaked trailer and some more esoteric sources. I’ve seen one or two other threads compiling info, but none have included the level of detail and scrutiny that I was looking for. So I’m going to try to do it myself.
I figure it makes sense to organize this into sections based on credibility, and I’m going to start with the most reliable information first. So let’s get into it.
Official InformationCurrently, all we have is the reveal trailer, which is accompanied by a short blurb, six screenshots, and a wallpaper.
Key takeaways from the blurb, in my opinion:
- The game is described as “an immersive, open-world action RPG”.
- It promises that you, the player, will “be at the center of your own adventure”.
- We will explore “familiar and new locations” and discover “fantastic beasts”.
- Other game systems teased:
- Customize your character
- Craft potions
- Master spell casting
- Upgrade talents
- The game is set in the 1800s (the trailer specifically states “late 1800s”).
- The player character receives a “late acceptance” to Hogwarts -- something that we’ve never seen before in the canon, though J. K. Rowling has discussed this before and originally did intend to have a character like this in the series.
- The character is said to uniquely “possess an unusual ability to perceive and master Ancient Magic” which will be core to the story.
- Note: It is unclear at this time whether we will have the option to ignore this narrative thread and just do side quests and other mundane activities.
- Note 2: The last line of the 2nd paragraph heavily hints that our use of Ancient Magic will allow us to choose to become good or evil. It’s unclear if there will be a full paragon system, branching paths, etc., or just a simple good or bad option.
- Final takeaways:
- Make allies
- Battle dark wizards
- Decide the fate of the wizarding world
The trailer adds some context to this blurb, and also a bit of additional information. Here are my comments:
- The trailer voiceover, provided by Jim Dale of the US audiobooks, states: “Every corridor, every portrait, every stone in this castle tells a story.” This is accompanied by footage of a moving portrait, a magic staircase materializing, and a couple shots of halls/rooms in the castle. We cannot know for sure, but this seems to suggest that the castle may have interactive elements, hidden secrets, and/or similar incentives to explore.
- As Dale says the word “corridor”, there is a clear but brief shot of a ghost rising through one of the house tables in the great hall.
- We see the character getting sorted. A man with brown hair is putting the hat on his head, and an older man with gray hair is standing beside them. We cannot know for sure, but I would speculate the older man might be the headmaster, and the brown-haired man either a teacher or perhaps caretaker.
- We see footage and hear voiceover relating to classes, including, I believe: Potions, Herbology, Care of Magical Creatures, and Transfiguration.
- Specifically, the care of magical creatures class seems to be a lesson on mooncalves as seen in the Fantastic Beasts series.
- The voiceover states, “There is a larger world beyond these walls.” We see footage of Hogsmeade, as well as an unidentifiable crop of land along a lake and/or ocean, dotted with several small buildings. It’s not clear whether that may be part of the Hogwarts grounds, Hogsmeade, or somewhere else entirely.
- It's also unclear if those buildings are points of interest we can explore, or simply decorative backdrops for a flying sequence.
- The player character is riding what appears to be a hippogriff during this scene, and there is a second character riding another hippogriff nearby. It is not clear whether this is a race, a companion quest, or if the game includes a full-on companion system.
- Between the shot of flying on a hippogriff, and a different shot of a couple characters with broomsticks, it seems very plausible that we’ll be able to fly on brooms.
- We also see what appear to be draugr-like undead creatures (likely inferi) and shadowy flying humanoid creatures (presumably dementors). The inferi appear to be in some kind of cave or natural dungeon, and the dementors appear to be in a dark hallway or alley (Azkaban? Knockturn Alley? Or one of those aforementioned new locations?).
- We see a quick shot of the player casting a red spell at a large charging creature, then rolling out of its way.
- The creature is most likely a graphorn.
- It seems reasonable to conclude that dodge rolling is a combat mechanic.
- We see several interactive magical game assets, such as a wall with a symbol on it, which opens up to “swallow” the player into a hidden area; and a bridge that forms from magic to provide access to a new location.
- There is also a gate with a rune-like symbol above it. I don’t recognize this or the wall symbol from the canon. If anyone has any ideas, let me know!
- We see the player petting a seemingly docile graphorn (I assume). There is also dialogue in the voiceover about “taming beasts”, so this might be a sort of familiar and/or mount. Or just a sort of “Animal Allegiance” spell to help in a fight? Or perhaps it is just part of a one-off quest.
- We also see the player character fighting a troll in a large arena-like dungeon.
- The player character appears to sidestep a troll attack, though it is unclear if this is a game mechanic or just a cutscene move. The character also appears to use a shield charm to defend himself.
- Note: Every time we see the player character, they appear different. It seems safe to assume we can customize our characters quite thoroughly, which is further reinforced by the leaked trailer I will discuss shortly.
- We can also see different colored trim on the various characters' robes, reflecting the four Hogwarts houses. And several characters are wearing suits, dresses, or other outfits. Indications of a wardrobe/outfit system, possibly?
- We also see several shots of a man wearing a strange skull mask and fur shawl. Based on the voiceover dialogue and the shots of our character fighting this man, it seems safe to assume he is either the antagonist, or at least an antagonist. He is seen in a dark room with an old-looking book and a strange metallic box. It’s likely these have to do with Ancient Magic.
- We see several fights/duels, including against a dragon where the player seems to dodge roll behind cover; one against the masked man where the player uses a levitation spell to suspend the enemy in mid-air; and one against a dog-sized spider (not clear if this is meant to be a small acromantula, a normal engorged spider, or something else entirely).
- In the dragon fight, there appear to be several other characters on scene. Again, not clear if this means there is a full companion/crew system, or if this is just a sort of ally mission.
- There are a couple close-ups of wands, and they appear to have different models. It is unclear whether we will have any control over our wand appearance/makeup, and if that would impact gameplay at all.
There's also a shot of a dragon, and it looks distinctly different from the dragon we see in the trailer. I wouldn't take this as concrete confirmation that there are multiple dragons / multiple breeds of dragon in the game, but it is a promising possibility.
ArticlesThere have of course been many articles about the game in the past 24 hours. I mainly want to talk about one. The official Playstation Blog published a blog post written by Adrian Ropp, Head of Story for Avalanche. Which makes this about a fraction of a degree away from official, at worst.
This article doesn’t reveal too much, but it seems to confirm my identification of the large creature as a graphorn. It also mentions that goblins were “around”, implying they will be in the game but that will be mainly seeing them outside of Gringott’s. This ties into the leaked trailer as well.
Ropp also confirms the existence of Nearly Headless Nick (perhaps the ghost we saw in the trailer?), the Forbidden Forest, centaurs, and inferi (again, probably those draugr-like creatures from the trailer).
Perhaps the most important line is where Ropp talks about details that would "influence the school more than a century before Harry Potter's arrival" (emphasis mine). If this is an indication of when the game takes place, it helps narrow down the time period even more, which I will discuss further down.
Another article worth noting is this one from Wizarding World. I believe this makes it sort of “semi-official” or “2nd party” news, and therefore likely credible. A few key notes from this one:
- A quote: “learn spells, brew potions, tame fantastic beasts, select companions.” More indication that beast taming is an actual game mechanic, and more evidence of a possible companion system.
- This also specifically mentions both Hogsmeade and the Forbidden Forest as places we will explore.
- The article mentions “scenarios that will pose difficult choices” -- again, not clear if this means a paragon system, branching paths, or just basic good vs. evil.
There was also an article several months ago written by Jason Schreier from Bloomberg, which confirmed the existence of the game (which had been leaked in 2018 -- refer below) and indicated a few small but clearly accurate details. Schreier reported that the game was set in open-world Hogwarts and the “surrounding areas”, would be released in late 2021, and that J. K. Rowling had little direct involvement.
LeaksWe’re now moving a bit away from the 100% reliable, official statements. However, these leaks are as credible as you could ask for. The footage and the accompanying blurb from October 2018 align extremely closely with the new trailer and official info. And they were validated by several highly reliable industry insiders too.
In October 2018, a low quality, seemingly hand-held video of a trailer for an unnamed Harry Potter game was leaked online. The trailer also came with a blurb written by a redditor. I’m not going to tag the user because they seem to have disassociated themself from anything to do with this game, but if they want credit for this, I will gladly tag them:
Set in the 19th Century (1800’s) Wizarding World, this 3rd person open-world action RPG game centers around your character with unique abilities who has eared (sic) a late acceptance to Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. You are a newly arrived 5th year student to Hogwarts that demonstrates a latent gift for magic with a unique ability to track and identify remnants of a pottant (sic) ancient power. Upon arrival, strange events begin to materialize In the Forbidden Forrest (sic) and trouble begins o (sic) brew within the castle walls. Together with Professor Elezar Fig, you embark on a journey through both familiar and never before seen locations to bring to light the truth behind these mysterious occurrences. On your quest you will craft potions, master new spells, and discover fantastical beasts. You will battle Dark Wizards, Goblins, and other supernatural enemies and uncover the truth about your destiny – the Fate of the Wizarding World lies in your hands.As you can see, a lot of this is uncannily accurate to what we already know. And like I said, industry insiders corroborated much of the leak and the existence of the game. Granted, in two years, a lot can change, so we should not assume all of this is still 100% factual. But I do think it’s pretty safe to conclude that as of two years ago, this was a reliable/credible leak. And therefore, much of this may still be true, or at least reasonably close to true.
Journey to Hogwarts to become one of 8 different Wizard types
- Experience Hogwarts, make new friends, uncover new secrets, and change the fate of the Wizarding world.
- Experience a new magic system that creates countless possibilities to master magic.
- Freely explore the Wizarding World for the first time, Choose your house and friends at Hogwarts, and decide to pursue a path of good or evil.
- Create your own witch or wizard, and experience a (sic) all new story separate from the books or films.
If we accept this leaked blurb at face value, then we can make a few more assumptions.
- I think it’s likely that the old man we see in the sorting ceremony is Elezar Fig. The way the camera focuses on him makes him seem plot-relevant. Perhaps he is headmaster, or deputy headmaster. Based on the blurb, it sounds like he is knowledgeable of and interested in this Ancient Magic, and recognizes the importance of the player in this field.
- If we arrive as a 5th year, it generates several key questions, such as:
- Does the game take place entirely during that year, or will there be time skips?
- How does a 5th year integrate into classes at Hogwarts? After all, you can’t exactly dump them into 5th year classes. So do they attend with the 1st years?
- The leak also specifically confirms the game is in 3rd person, which all footage seems to support. And while neither the official footage nor the leak explicitly state that the game is single-player, it seems heavily implied.
- One of the biggest takeaways is the mention of eight different “wizard types”. Could this be a sort of class/specialization system? Some have speculated that it will be split by different magical fields, such as Charms, Transfiguration, DADA, Potions, Care of Magical Creatures, Herbology, etc.
- This is just speculation, of course, and of an unconfirmed leak. So take it with a grain of salt. But a natural follow-up question would be: How important is the “wizard type” distinction? Does it dramatically impact gameplay and character building? Or can any player spec into multiple “types” like Skyrim style perk trees?
- In any case, the leaked "wizard types" system combined with the official blurb's reference to "talent points" is enough to outline a glimpse of the RPG/character building system the game is likely to offer.
- “Make new friends” and “Choose your house and friends” could be indications of a companion system. But that is just one possible interpretation, and again, this info is not official or current.
- The leak, like Ropp’s blog, mentions goblins. Could these be the diminutive creatures we see in the leaked trailer?
Speaking of the leaked trailer, here are some observations on that:
- It shows several scenes and creatures that are identical to what we see in the official trailer and screenshots, which instantly bolsters the authenticity of the original leak.
- We see a brief glimpse of the character creation, which seems to include body morphs, head shape, hair style, eye and hair color, outfit, as well as possibly makeup, scars, and selecting your house.
- We see some more classroom scenes, including transfiguration, potions, and herbology.
- We also see the player character walking around in what is most likely Hogsmeade.
- We see a shot of the character seeming to tame a graphorn -- again, it’s unclear if this is part of a quest, or a general game mechanic.
- We also see a map which appears to lead to a cave under a mountain outside of Hogsmeade. It seems to be part of a quest, as the player then locates this cave and enters it. The rest of the footage seems to be from inside that same cave. It’s unclear if this is a main mission or an optional side quest.
- We see the character cast several spells during the gameplay, and we also see their HUD which shows several spells slotted for use. These include:
- We see a group of short and stocky creatures, which may be goblins. They seem potentially unsavory, and we see brutal footage of the player fighting them.
- In one of the combat scenes, we see the character sidestep to dodge a spell. Again, it’s unclear if this is a mechanic that will exist in the final product, but it did seem to exist in the game as of the original leak.
- There appear to be several interactive sequences in the dungeon. It’s unclear if these are live puzzles, QTEs, secrets, collectibles, cutscenes, or something else entirely.
- The player appears to use Lumos to blind a troll at one point. Perhaps part of the “fantastic beasts” portion of gameplay will include a witcher-esque bestiary where the enemies have varying strengths and weaknesses?
Supplemental Info & SpeculationLast thing I wanted to mention is that there are years worth of posts of speculation, observations, and analysis on the harrypottergame subreddit. In particular, one find I thought to be noteworthy is this analysis by TheTurnipKnight of a picture from Avalanche’s studio. There is a storyboard/scene sequence on a whiteboard that appears to include characters on brooms with three quidditch goals. Does this mean we may be able to actually play quidditch? We cannot know for sure, but we can certainly hope.
Something many people are wondering is whether we’ll know any characters in the game. Well, other than Nearly Headless Nick, who seems to already be confirmed, there are several other ghosts that would presumably be present: The Gray Lady, the Fat Friar, the Bloody Baron, and Peeves. Professor Binns might be around as well, either as a ghost or a human (we don't know exactly when he died). Furthermore, we know Phineas Nigellus Black would be around mid-30s to late 40s depending on the exact year the game is set, so he may be a teacher. And of course, we might see some of the portraits we know and love: The Fat Lady and Violet, Sir Cadogen, etc.
Canonically, there are a couple other characters we know were on the Hogwarts faculty/staff register circa 1876: headmistress Eupraxia Mole and caretaker Rancorous Carpe. However, these are one-off characters from Pottermore, so even if the game is set in 1876, I don’t think most fans would really care whether those characters are in the game. And the game could be set several years earlier or later too.
A few wildcards include Albus and Aberforth Dumbledore, and Elphias Doge. We know Albus and Doge started at Hogwarts in Fall 1892, followed by Aberforth a few years afterward. Harry entered in 1991, 99 years later. Recall that Ropp's article used the phrase "more than a century before Harry Potter's arrival". This may indicate the game is set in or before 1890, and therefore, we are unlikely to see these characters. So what if we go back a bit further?
- We know Bathilda Bagshot was already out of Hogwarts when Dumbledore came in as a first year. In fact, since she was Grindelwald's great aunt -- i.e., she was the sister of one of Grindelwald's grandparents -- she may be several decades older than Dumbledore. But it's possible she would be a student in the 1870s, or even a teacher (Hermione referred to her as "Professor Bagshot" at one point).
- We also know that Griselda Marchbanks, head of the Wizarding Examinations Authority in Harry's time, is old enough to have graded Dumbledore's N.E.W.T. exam. So we can infer she was at least a year older than Dumbledore, and more likely several years older: Presumably, she would need to spend some years getting certified, trained, etc. to be able to perform this job; and it's not likely that the year she tested Dumbledore was her very first year on the job either.
- We also know that Galatea Merrythought retired circa 1945 after 50 years of teaching at Hogwarts, meaning she may have been a student in the 1870s-1880s. So depending on when the game is set, it is possible we might run into some of those characters.
- We know Caractacus Burke was an original founder of Borgin & Burke's in the 1860s. This would make him too old to be a student in the "late 1800s", but we might see him and his shop if we get to visit Diagon Alley.
On the other hand, who/what won't we see? Well, anyone who went to Hogwarts after Dumbledore, for starters. That includes, for instance, Newt Scamander, Tom Riddle, Hagrid, McGonagall, Slughorn, etc. Also, the Whomping Willow canonically wouldn't be on the grounds yet. Other than possibly Binns, and maybe baby Slughorn, none of the teachers should even be alive yet, let alone teaching. Moaning Myrtle was killed when Tom Riddle was at Hogwarts, so her bathroom won't be haunted yet.
We might see some of the memorable rooms and secret passageways we've read about and/or seen in the movies -- stuff like the room of requirement, the house common rooms, perhaps some of those caved in passageways to Hogsmeade, maybe the kitchens, astronomy tower, etc. I believe chocolate frogs and their cards may have been around long enough to be in the game, as with some other signature foods and candies. (A Daily Prophet headline in the movies states that chocolate frogs redid their packaging in the 1920s, but I don't think that it specifically ruled out the possibility of the cards existing before then ... And anyway, those movie Daily Prophet headlines are about as sketchy as you can get in the "canon".) On the other hand, Bertie Bott's Every Flavour Beans were not canonically invented until the mid-20th century, and their creator was not even alive in the late 1800s. Some shops in Hogsmeade are likely to be recognizable, such as the Three Broomsticks, or Honeydukes. Though many of the shops in the books were likely not around in the 1800s.
If anyone has anything to add, any questions about my sources or objections to my interpretations, please let me know. Otherwise, I hope this helps answer a few questions and shed a bit more light on things while we await further info.
One final note I want to emphasize: Schreier's article specifically said the game is slated for late 2021. So let’s all operate on the assumption that it’s at least a year away from now. I know we’re all excited, but it’s going to take a bit more waiting before we have this in hand. I know we’ve all done our waiting, but just a bit more patience will see us through to the end.