• Magical objects A large dome of glass shaped like a bell was to be used by caretaker Rancorous Carpe in 1876 to encase and isolate Peeves, but the poltergeist broke the jar and escaped, holding siege to Hogwarts Castle for three days armed with “cutlasses, crossbows, a blunderbuss and a miniature cannon.”… Read More
• Character Famous European wizard who escaped the Terror (1793-1794) by casting a concealment charm on his neck and feigning decapitation.  He is one of Beauxbatons’s most renowned alumni. Read More
• Wizarding culture In an alternate timeline where Harry Potter died at Battle of Hogwarts (arising from the use by Albus Potter and Scorpius Malfoy of the Experimental Time Turner), this day for the celebration of Lord Voldemort features giant green banners with snake symbols hung around Hogwarts School (CC2.20). Read More
• Event Cedric is killed by Wormtail using Voldemort’s wand. Voldemort is restored to his body in an ancient ceremony (GF32). The Death Eaters are called back to him and they gather (GF33). Voldemort and Harry then duel, and Harry manages to escape with Cedric’s body (GF34). Back at… Read More
• Event It’s a busy two weeks: When Minister for Magic Cornelius Fudge refuses to step aside for Voldemort, the Brockdale Bridge is destroyed, killing dozens of Muggles. Amelia Bones, Head of Magical Law Enforcement, and Emmeline Vance, a member of the Order of the Phoenix, are murdered – the former by… Read More
• Event Tom Riddle had wheedled the location of the Horcrux from the Grey Lady while a student at Hogwarts. At some point after leaving school, he traveled to Albania, retrieved the diadem, and used the murder of an Albanian peasant to turn the diadem into a Horcrux (DH31). Read More
• Character Nerida Vulchanova was a powerful Bulgarian witch and the founder and first head of Durmstrang Institute. Her death was considered “mysterious” (Pm). Read More