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10 November, 2001

  • There has been a lot of editing over the last few days. I’ve added a couple of new spells and a few new magic items. I’m also working on several new essays which I’ll post soon.
  • I’m delighted to have been given permission by Christoph Seimens to add some of his artwork to the Lexicon. You’ll find the first ones on the Nearly Headless Nick and the Voldemort pages. His contact information is not on the artists’ page yet, but it will be soon.
  • The movie opens in six days. I’ve received a video tape which includes snippets of the film, some interview soundbites, and about 14 minutes of candid video as various scenes were being shot. I’ve also been in contact with folks who have already seen the movie. I have made a decision to include at least some of the new information from the film into the Lexicon. The reference for these tidbits is (SS/f), which means the film version of Sorcerer’s Stone. You will find new facts added to the Alohomora spell, the page about James Potter, and a few other places. I’ll add more as more details become available.
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