• Character Argus Pyrites was a servant of Voldemort, quite a dandy wearing white silk gloves. Read More
• Art and Culture Well, there isn’t a Hogwarts choir, really. But in the third film, director Alfonso Cuarón created one for the Welcoming Feast. The choir members are inexplicably holding very large toads as they sing. The director is Professor Flitwick. The music that the choir sings was written for the film version… Read More
• Character Non-canon Weasley cousin. Rowling had created the character of a female cousin to the Weasleys for Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire; however, that character disappeared in rewrites. On her website, Jo gives some more insight into the character: Her name is Mafalda, she is the daughter of the… Read More
• Potions These potions are mentioned in the trading card game, which means that they’re not canon. Angel’s Trumpet Draught potion ingredients: unknown, but may include Angel’s Trumpet Effect unknown The TCG card artwork shows a flask shaped like a horn, with the bell of the “horn” forming the bottom of the… Read More
• Spells The spells on this page may or may not be considered canon. Some of them, such as those from the video games, were apparently created or at least approved by Rowling. Those from the films, however, were probably created by the scriptwriter, Steve Kloves. Many of them don’t really fit… Read More