• Character Porpentina “Tina” Goldstein was a witch who worked as an Auror for the MACUSA in 1920s New York. 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… Read More
• Character Theseus Scamander was the older brother of Newt Scamander, a well-known hero of World War One, and an Auror for the Ministry of Magic in the 1920s. When Newt Scamander appeared before MACUSA in 1926 after creatures escaped from his case, the British Envoy recognized his last name, as did… Read More
• Page “The disapproval of cowards is praise to the brave. Your name will be written in glory when wizards rule the world.” Gellert Grindelwald speaking to Grimmson when the wizard reports to his master that he had killed Irma… Read More
• Character Seraphina Picquery was a highly accomplished American witch who served as President of the Magical Congress of the United States of America from 1920 to 1928 (Pm). Piquery was already a gifted witch during her years at Ilvermorny. She was one of the few incoming students at that school which were chosen… Read More
• Character Skender runs The Circus Arcanus, a travelling wizarding circus and freak show, and acts as ringmaster and animal trainer. He was in New York with The Circus Arcanus for two weeks in 1926, starting on 29 November, and ending with a “spectacular” final show on 13 December. In 1927,… Read More
• Publications Spellbound: Celebrity Secrets and Spell Tips of the Stars! was a wizarding celebrity magazine (CG). In 1927, the magazine incorrectly announced that Newt was going to marry Leta Lestrange. The cover of that issue showed a picture of Newt with a Niffler, and a photo inside showed Newt, Leta, Theseus,… Read More
• Wizarding culture “The Can’t-Spells” was a term for non-magical humans (CG). This was one of the names for Muggles mentioned by Gellert Grindelwald when he rattled off a list of such terms while speaking to the pure-blood audience in the underground auditorium in Paris (CG). Read More
• Character In 1927, Auror Rudolph Spielman arrived at MACUSA Headquarters in New York City to take charge of prisoner Gellert Grindelwald so he could be brought back to Europe to answer for his crimes there. As Spielman and other Aurors were escorting the prisoner in a Thestral-drawn carriage across… Read More
• Character Stebbins was an auror who briefly tailed Newt Scamander for the British Ministry of Magic at some point after Newt refused to take on the task of hunting down Credence. After an hour, Newt was able to shake Stebbins after impeding him by conjuring a strong magical wind (CG). Read More
• Creature The streeler is a giant snail that changes color every hour, and deposits a trail of venom as it moves that kills and shrivels all vegetation over which it passes, and which can kill horklumps. It is often kept as a pet (FB). Read More
• Spells The Summoning Charm causes an object to fly to the caster, even over quite some distance; the target object is said to have been Summoned. It would seem that the caster must know at least the general location of the object Summoned. Read More
• Spells Surgito is the incantation of a spell that can be used to remove an enchantment. In 1927, Newton Scamander used Surgito to lift an enchantment that was placed on Jacob Kowalski by Queenie Goldstein.  The spell caused Jacob to be happy with whatever Queenie wanted but had side… Read More
• Magic Surgito is the incantation of a spell that can be used to remove an enchantment. In 1927, Newton Scamander used Surgito to lift an enchantment that was placed on Jacob Kowalski by Queenie Goldstein.  The spell caused Jacob to be happy with whatever Queenie wanted but had side… Read More