Pack up your Gryffindor scarf, your Lego Hogwarts Castle and your motorized Quidditch broom broken from overuse; it’s time to confront your fate. The Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part II trailer marks the end of a very long, very fun era in children’s wizardry-related fiction. Since J.K. Rowling denied Harry Potter sequels would take us past the seventh book (to Daniel Radcliffe‘s face, no less), we had better enjoy it while we can. The series that launched a thousand ‘ships will come to a close with the film’s release on July 15, though if the trailer is to be believed, there are at least a few surprises for even the most hard-core fan might not see coming. Harry and Voldemort plummeting into a crevasse, for example? Well, most of our fan fic does end with those two locked in an embrace….maybe Rowling finally read our letters and changed the ending? There’s only one way to find out.