• Event In a rainy Quidditch match against the Slytherin Quidditch Team, a rogue Bludger breaks Harry’s arm. During the game one Bludger persistently followed his every move, making it impossible for Harry to look for the Snitch or for Gryffindor’s Beaters to protect their Chasers (CS10). Determined… Read More
• Quote “…you could make a good case, couldn’t you, for Harry actually becoming mentally ill under all of the neglect and the abuse that the Dursleys heap upon him. And this is his whole kind of schizophrenic fantasy he has. That is not what I believe, I mean I don’t want… Read More
• Event After Voldemort struck him down with the Killing Curse in the Forbidden Forest (DH33), Harry finds himself lying naked and without his glasses on a sort of floor surrounded by a bright white mist. Slowly his surroundings take on the shape of King’s Cross Station in London, and when… Read More
• Diseases and healing Harry Potter had several scars caused by various dangerous situations. Read More
• Source Harry tries one of the Half-Blood Prince’s spells while reading in bed and levitates Ron by accident. He argues with Hermione over the danger of the Prince, and gets word of his next lesson with Professor Dumbledore. They then walk to Hogsmeade, where… Read More
• Source Ron and Ginny Weasley are both single again. Katie Bell returns to Hogwarts, but can’t remember what happened to her. Harry sees Draco Malfoy with Moaning Myrtle on the Marauder’s Map and runs to eavesdrop, but is shocked when he sees Malfoy… Read More
• Source Harry and Albus Dumbledore enter the sea cave where Lord Voldemort has hidden a Horcrux. After swimming to the entrance, Dumbledore splatters it with his blood to gain entry and they take a hidden boat across a lake. Protecting the Horcrux there is a… Read More
• Source Ginny leads Harry to the hospital wing, where the Order discusses Bill, Dumbledore, Snape, and the events of the evening. We also learn that Fleur still wants to marry a disfigured Bill, and Tonks is in love with Lupin. McGonagall takes Harry to her office (formerly Dumbledore’s) and asks where… Read More
• Source The majority of students remain at Hogwarts for Dumbledore’s funeral, as wizards from across the country flood in to pay their last respects. Hermione discovers that Eileen Prince was Snape’s mother while Harry ponders the Horcruxes. The funeral takes place, after which Harry breaks up with Ginny. As Harry then walks off on… Read More
• Magical discipline Healing or medical magic is a common form of magic, used by parents to heal a child’s minor injuries and by trained Healers at St Mungo’s. The Hospital Wing A long line of beds, screens available for privacy, Madam Pomfrey’s office is at one end. In the first film, a… Read More
• Potions Brewed by Isolt Sayre on Greylock Mountain in order to save her future husband James Steward and the two Boot brothers back to health (Pm). Read More
• Character Helbert Spleen was a Healer at St. Mungo’s Hospital of Magical Maladies. He also wrote for the Daily Prophet (DP3)… Read More
• Areas of knowledge • Hogwarts academics
• Character Hippocrates Smethwyck was Healer-in-Charge for the “Dangerous” Dai Llewellyn Ward for Serious Bites at St. Mungo’s Hospital for Magical Maladies and Injuries (OP22). Read More
• Schools Hogwarts is one of the world’s finest wizarding schools, located in a massive castle in Scotland. Hogwarts takes students from all over Great Britain, starting at the age of 11. The students leave school after their seventh year. The students at Hogwarts are sorted at the beginning of their first… Read More
• Potion ingredients Horned slugs are an ingredient the boil-cure potion. The slugs must be stewed before being added to the potion (PS8). Read More
• Hogwarts castle and grounds • Hospitals The hospital wing is where Hogwarts residents go to have their medical needs met, anything from basic first aid after rough Quidditch matches to treatment for serious medical conditions like petrification from a Basilisk. The hospital wing is the domain of the school matron (U.S.: nurse), Madam Pomfrey. It is located on… Read More
• Character Howland Coopey was a wizard whose letter was published on the Problem Page of the Daily Prophet (DP3)… Read More