• Businesses, merchants, and shops Fred and George Weasley worked for several years to develop a line of comic magic items which they hoped to sell through their company, Weasleys’ Wizard Wheezes. They were putting together order forms during the summer of 1994 with the hope of selling the items at school, but their mother… Read More
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Oh, of course there are a million things that I wish had been included in the films. But there are a few really weird things that I really would have loved to have seen included. Here are my top three Weird Canon Moments: Read More
• Buildings A basement in a London building where Albus Potter, Scorpius Malfoy, and Delphi transformed themselves with Polyjuice Potion before stealing the Experimental Time-Turner from Hermione Granger’s office at the Ministry of Magic (CC1.16). Read More
• Businesses, merchants, and shops Whizz Hard Books is a publisher located at 129B Diagon Alley. Two of the titles Whizz Hard has published are Quidditch Through the Ages and Hairy Snout, Human Heart (QA). Read More
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Banking in the middle ages (which is the basic world in which wizards live) was in its infancy. Its primary reason for existence was to provide safe-keeping, for a price (they took some of your money in exchange for keeping it safe). This could still be the basic mode of… Read More
• Source The Wizarding World of Harry Potter consists of two theme parks connected by a replica of the Hogwarts Express. Although the parks in general are recreations of the film sets and therefore not canon, Rowling herself contributed many details beyond what was already provided in the novels. Therefore some aspects… Read More