Rappaport is the fifteenth president of MACUSA. In 1790, she puts in place the complete segregation of the magical and non-magical communities in the U.S. All contact is forbidden in what becomes known as Rappaport’s Law. Read More
After putting the entire magical community in danger by spilling its secrets to a descendent of scourers, the daughter of Aristotle Twelvetrees is imprisoned for one year. Many in the magical community wish to see Dorcus killed or locked away for the rest of her life for her foolishness. Wizarding… Read More
Put in place in 1790 by MACUSA President Emily Rappaport in order to completely sever ties between the Wizarding and No-Maj communities in America. Thus, the American magical community became completely segregated, unlike the European Wizarding World where inter-Muggle marriage and government cooperation were allowed (Pm). Read More
Flavius Belby, at one point the proud president of his local Gobstones Club, passes away nine years after successfully fighting off a lethifold in Papua New Guinea (FW, FB). Read More
He grows up to be a collector of live Sphinxes, which not surprisingly sets him at odds with the Department for the Regulation and Control of Magical Creatures (FW). Read More
This Quidditch World Cup tournament is remembered for “The Attack of the Killer Forest“, after a disastrous event followed the final match between Romania and New Spain (Pm). Read More
He soon comes up with several important improvements to the governance of the Wizarding World, including a workable definition of “Beast” and “Being” and and creating separate divisions for them in the Department for the Regulation and Control of Magical Creatures (FB). Read More
After a match against the Appleby Arrows in 1814, the Bangers attempted to capture a Hebridean Black dragon as their team mascot. Their foolishness led to their being banned from playing ever again (QA5). Read More