• Character Tangwystl is mentioned as a sister to the famous Miranda Goshawk, who used the Bat-Bogey Hex on Tangwystl when she wanted to quiet her so she could do her homework. (BoS)… Read More
• Character Wizard who imprisoned his Muggle neighbour inside a tea kettle. He was sent to prison for this act (JKR, WoM). Read More
• Character Newsreader on the Muggle news… Read More
• Character The son of Remus and Nymphadora Lupin, Teddy is a Metamorphmagus like his mother (DH25, BLC). He was named for his grandfather Ted Tonks, and is the godson of Harry Potter (DH25). Orphaned in the Battle of Hogwarts (DH33) and raised by his grandmother, Andromeda Tonks, though… Read More
• Character A Thestral, the first of his herd to be born in the Forbidden Forest and a particular favorite of Hagrid (OP21). Read More
• Character Checked out Quidditch Through the Ages on 21 August (QA). Joined the DA October 1995, apparently having heard about it as a friend of Michael Corner (OP16). One of the DA members who helped Harry cope with Malfoy in the ambush on the Hogwarts Express (OP38). Terry was… Read More
• Character The first wizard to use the potion Felix Felicis, or liquid luck (BoP). Read More
• Character Slytherin, 1991 – 1998 (PS7, OP26) Son of the Death Eater Nott, Theodore is described as “weedy-looking” (OP26) and “a clever loner who does not feel the need to join gangs, including Malfoy’s.” (JKR). During Care of Magical Creatures Class in fifth year, he is the… Read More
• Character Theseus is the older brother of Newt Scamander and a well-known hero of World War One.  … Read More
• Character A wizard who pretended to have been killed by a Lethifold, only to turn up later living with the Landlady of the Green Dragon. (FB)… Read More
• Character Head of the Department of Magical Law Enforcement (DH1) until the death of Rufus Scrimgeour, after which he became Minister for Magic (DH13). Unfortunately, he had been placed under the Imperius Curse by the Death Eater Yaxley earlier in the summer (DH1), which meant that from this… Read More
• Character Dean’s parents, who didn’t know anything about any deaths at Hogwarts as of the beginning of the 1995 – 1996 school year, because their son didn’t see fit to tell them (OP11). Mr. Thomas is Dean’s stepfather; Dean’s biological father was a wizard who was killed by Death Eaters… Read More
• Character President of the Magical Congress of the United States (MACUSA) when it was located in Williamsburg, Virginia (Pm:MACUSA). Read More
• Character Mr. Tibbles or Tibbles is one of Arabella Figg’s cross-bred Kneazles/cats. He works as a look-out for Mrs. Figg and he watches Harry Potter. He rushes to inform her when Mundungus Fletcher leaves his guard-duty post. Tibbles, like Mrs. Figg’s other Kneazles, can understand human speech (OP2). Read More
• Character Wizengamot elder who (along with Griselda Marchbanks) resigned in protest when Fudge appointed Dolores Umbridge as the first Hogwarts High Inquisitor (OP15); friend of Professor Tofty of the Wizarding Examinations Authority (OP31). Read More
• Character A wizard with “three green thumbs” and a Wizarding Wireless radio show on Herbology (JKR, WoM). Read More
• Character Suspicious bully whose wife Violet went missing after they argued. He believed she had disappeared in the Floo Network, which caused a national scare. Unbeknownst to him, she had travelled to the wrong house and left him for the man she met there, Myron Otherhaus (Pm). Read More
• Character Witch who was famous for apparently vanishing in the Floo Network after a row with her husband Albert. Her disappearance caused a national scare in which people stopped using the Floo Network for fear that they, too, would vanish. In reality, she had simply ended up in the wrong grate… Read More
• Character Recipient of the Order of Merlin First Class as a result of the Ilfracombe dragon attack of 1932. An errant Welsh Green dragon attacked a beach full of sunbathers. Tilly and her family, who were on holiday there, were credited with saving many Muggle lives as well as wiping their… Read More
• Character Porpentina “Tina” Goldstein is a witch who worked as an Auror for the MACUSA. Tina was temporarily removed from her position as an Auror after attacking a No-Maj who was beating her young adult son. After this incident she was assigned as a Federal Wand Permit Officer until events involving… Read More
• Character A Bowtruckle in Newt Scamander’s case (WFT). Read More
• Character Quidditch player, Keeper for the Japanese Quidditch Team (2014). Read More
• Character Bald, toothless, gloomy old innkeeper of the Leaky Cauldron (PS5, PA3, PA4). He was succeeded by Hannah Abbott (OBT/CH). Read More
• Character Born of a witch mother (Merope Gaunt) and a Muggle father (Tom Riddle, Sr.) on December 31, 1926. His mother had fallen in love with his father, who was a Muggle, and tricked him into marrying her with a love potion. While she was pregnant with Tom Jr. she allowed… Read More
• Character Tom Riddle Sr. was the father of Tom Marvolo Riddle, described as being “a very handsome, dark-haired young man” (HBP10). He abandoned his wife Merope (who was then pregnant with Tom) after her love potion wore off and he found out she was a witch and the daughter of… Read More
• Character Mother of Nymphadora, disowned by the Black family for marrying Ted Tonks, a Muggle-born wizard. Read More
• Character Muggle-born wizard, father of Nymphadora and husband of Andromeda. He was described by his daughter as a “right old slob,” in contrast to the Dursleys, whose house seemed unnaturally clean to Nymphadora (OP3). Andromeda’s marriage to Ted resulted in her being disowned by the (OP6). Ted Tonks had fair… Read More
• Character A wizarding family. Notable members of the Tonks family include Andromeda Tonks, a pure-blood witch, her husband Ted, a muggle-born wizard, and their daughter Nymphadora. The family suffered much in the Wizarding Wars of the 1990s. Ted was killed while on the run and both Nymphadora and her… Read More
• Character Quidditch player, Seeker for Brazil’s National Team (2014). Read More
• Character Famous wizarding duellist. Toothill won the All-England competition in 1430 with a Blasting Curse. She defeated Samson Wiblin, who was the favorite to win. Toothill now appears on a Famous Wizard card (and Wiblin doesn’t!) (FW)… Read More
• Character Death Eater who murdered Marlene McKinnon and her family, according to Karkaroff during his own trial; he had already been captured by the Ministry (GF30, OP9). Travers later escaped and partook in the Battle of the Seven Potters, where he was cursed by Kingsley (DH5).  However, he… Read More
• Character A Wizarding Pure-blood family, listed in the ‘Pure-Blood Directory’ (c. 1930) as one of the ‘Sacred Twenty-Eight’ families (Pm). Read More
• Character Great-great-grandmother of Sibyll Trelawney. Cassandra was a “very famous, very gifted” Seer in her day (OP37). Read More
• Character Sybill Patricia Trelawney is the Divination professor at Hogwarts. She is the great-great-granddaughter of Cassandra Trelawney, a very gifted, very famous Seer (OP37). Hermione considers her to be nothing but an old fraud, but Trelawney has her moments. Read More
• Character Neville’s pet toad, whom he frequently loses during his first year at Hogwarts (PS6). Eventually, Trevor wandered off and joined the other frogs and toads in and around the Lake (Pm). Trevor was a gift from Neville’s Great Uncle Algie in recognition of the first time Neville showed magical… Read More
• Character J.K. Rowling had notes about a possible vampire teacher at Hogwarts named “Trocar” but the character was discarded fairly early in the writing process. He did not evolve into Snape, in spite of popular fan theories about the Potions Master’s “bat-like” appearance and “unhealthy pallor” (Pm). Read More
• Character Quidditch player, Chaser for Ireland’s National Team (1994). Read More
• Character Muggle Queen of England and Ireland, from November 1558 until her death in March 1603. Known as the Virgin Queen, she was the last Tudor monarch. Her reign was known as the Elizabethan period. Read More
• Character Wilhelmina and her son Ignatius formed a brief political dynasty as successive Ministers for Magic 1949 – 1962 (Pm)… Read More
• Character Tufty is a cross-bred Kneazle and cat. He belongs to Arabella Figg. Tufty can understand human language. Kneazles are intelligent and independent creatures (FB). Read More
• Character A “little tufty-haired man” wearing black robes spoke at Dumbledore’s funeral, giving a eulogy. From what Harry can hear — phrases like “nobility of spirit” — it was a speech praising the life of the Headmaster(HBP30). In the midst of these high-sounding words, Harry remembered Dumbledore’s idea of a… Read More
• Character A wizard who lodged a complaint with the International Confederation of Wizards about the Uagadou School Animagi Team. Their performance of “synchronized transforming” astounded the crowd attending an International Symposium of Animagi (Pm: Uagadou). Many older wizards, including Mr. Tutley, “felt threatened by fourteen-year-olds who could turn at will into elephants… Read More
• Character Vain, self-centered air-headed witch who fell in love with No-Maj and Scourer descendant, Bartholomew Barebone, ultimately causing one of the worst breaches of the International Statute of Secrecy of all time, which led to the instatement of Rappaport’s Law in the United States. She was imprisoned for a year, after… Read More
• Character Mallory Twiddle wrote a letter to the Daily Prophet, complaining that Gringotts was using Sphinxes to guard its high security vaults (DP1)… Read More