She succeeds Burdock Muldoon (FB) and declares the Golden Snidget to be a protected species, forbidding its use in Quidditch (QA4). Clagg also tries to establish a standard by which creatures will be given legal rights as “beings,” but her attempt fails (FB). Read More
A century earlier, Barberus Bragge had instigated Snidget hunting into the game of “Cuaditch.” Now, in the mid-1300s, the small birds are nearing extinction. The head of the Wizards’ Council, Elfrida Clagg, bans Snidget hunting altogether as well as its use in Quidditch. She also establishes the Modesty Rabnott Snidget Reservation in… Read More
Until this point, there was no record that the game of Quidditch had migrated over to Ireland. This match is played in Lancashire but involves Irish players, which indicates that the game had been played there for some time before this. The match occurs between Irish warlocks and a team… Read More
In an experiment with time travel, she is trapped in 1402. She interacts with a number of people in that era which causes massive changes in the time stream, even affecting people in the current time. Twenty-five people in the present simply vanish, having never been born. The following Tuesday lasts… Read More
The Wizards’ Council declares that Quidditch should not be played “anywhere near anyplace where there is the slightest chance that a Muggle might be watching or we’ll see how well you can play whilst chained to a dungeon wall.”… Read More
The fortress, called Azkaban, absorbs the evil of its creator, who used it as a lair from which he captured Muggle sailors and tortured them to death. Eventually the place becomes infested with Dementors (Pm). Read More
This first Quidditch World Cup game to be played has gone down in history as one of the most violent of all time, as it involved every one of the 700 ways to commit a Quidditch foul. The final match pitted Transylvania against Flanders (QA6). Read More
Agrippa becomes an author who writes about witches and other arcane subjects. He would be “imprisoned by Muggles for his writing, because they thought his books were evil” (FW). Read More
Sir Nicholas inadvertently caused the teeth of a noblewoman to grow to the size of tusks with a misfiring spell. His penalty was beheading, but the execution was botched, leaving the head attached by only a small amount of skin and sinew. Sir Nicholas died but became a ghost rather… Read More
Isolt is born to William and Rionach Sayre, both purebloods, in their cottage, Ilvermorny. She spends her earliest years in valley of Coomloughra with her mother and her father, who nicknames her “Morrigan” after his ancestor because of the girl’s close relationship with the natural world (Pm). Read More
Gormlaith Gaunt murders her sister Rionach and brother-in-law William in an attack that sets the couple’s cottage, Ilvermorny, on fire. William and Rionach’s daughter, Isolt Sayre is removed by the fire by her aunt and taken to live with her in Hag’s Glen. Gormlaith’s actions are motivated by prejudice for… Read More