• Creature Hags are what one might refer to as “fairy tale witches.” They are female human-like magical beings, but less adept than witches at disguising themselves from Muggles. Read More
• Creature A creature from Greek and Roman mythology, depicted as a female monster in the form of a bird with a human face. The Holyhead Harpies take their name from this creature (QA7). The fearsome bird-like form taken by the Veela has been described as “harpy-like” (Pm). Read More
• Creature Aggressive dragon that can grow up to thirty feet in length. It is dark with rough scales, ridges along its back, a spiked tail, and bright purple eyes. Read More
• Creature Heliopaths are spirits of fire — huge flaming creatures that gallop across the ground burning everything in their path. They may be purely creatures of legend or folklore, but Luna believed during Harry’s fifth year that then-Minister for Magic Cornelius Fudge had an army of Heliopaths at his command (OP17). Read More
• Creature Type of domesticated fowl. Mostly kept as a source of food. Read More
• Creature A forest-dwelling spectre native to North America, the Hidebehind is named for its ability to contort itself in order to hide behind objects of all shapes and sizes. It preys upon humanoids, killing them by disembowelment, and only a witch or wizard is likely to be able to survive when… Read More
• Creature While many species of magical creatures possess intelligence and might be considered sentient, such as hags, their dangerous and deadly habits classify them as beasts. Some species, however, are on an equal status with wizardkind and are listed here. Read More
• Creature A little one-legged creature, with the appearance of being made of smoke. The hinkypunk carries a light with which it lures travelers into bogs. Read More
• Creature A mer-horse, with the head and forequarters of a horse and the hindquarters and tail of a giant fish. Read More
• Creature Hippogriffs are flying creatures with the head, wings, and forelegs of a giant eagle and the body (including hind legs and tail) of a horse. Their eyes are orange, while individual hippogriff colors vary as those of mundane horses do, including black, bronze, chestnut, grey, and roan. An adult hippogriff’s… Read More
• Creature The Hodag is a predatory North American magical creature with the head of a frog (Pm). Read More
• Creature A hog is a type of wild pig and is the animal for which both Hogwarts and Hogsmeade are named. Read More
• Creature The Hoo-hoo is a Japanese firebird (a type of phoenix). Read More
• Creature This garden pest resembles a pinkish mushroom covered with bristles, but is actually a carnivorous animal rather than a plant. Read More
• Creature The horned toad is actually a lizard, though many refer to it as a toad due to its rounded body. (Wikipedia)… Read More
• Creature The Horned River Serpent is a snake-like creature that has a jewel set into its forehead and a house named after it at Ilvermony. Read More
• Creature House-elves are small humanoid creatures who inhabit large houses belonging to wealthy Wizarding families. They are “bound” to the family of the house, which means they do all manner of menial tasks for them until they die. House-elves are apparently very happy with this arrangement and consider it a matter… Read More
• Creature Creatures that look like normal human beings but which are not (at least some of the time in the case of werewolves). hags (PA4, GF19, FB) vampires (HBP16) werewolves… Read More
• Creature A strange form of magical creatures which has a ghost-like form but which has never been a living being. This category of creatures includes Boggarts and poltergeists (Pm). Read More
• Creature Species of dragon native to Hungary, considered to be the most dangerous of the various breeds of dragon. appearance: black scales, bronze horns, spiked tail eyes: yellow, vertical pupils roar: yowling, screeching scream flame: up to fifty feet food: goats, sheep, humans eggs: cement-colored with very hard shells… Read More