• 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
• Creature Magical North American bird related to the Phoenix which creates storms with thunder and lightning as it flies (Pm).¬† The large albatross-like wings shimmer with a “cloud and sun-like pattern” that turns black and gold when it senses danger (WFT). Read More
• City places • Muggle places • Public places Times Square is a large, public square in Manhattan in New York City, surrounded by Broadway, 7th Ave, 46th, and 47th street. Near the end of Fantastic Beasts, this is one of the locations where Graves encounters the Obscurus. Read More
• 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
• Event Tina Goldstein arrests Newt Scamander after he uses various spells in the presence of Jacob Kolwalski and fails to Obliviate him — and nearly loses a niffler in the process. No one at MACUSA will listen to her report except Percival Graves, who come down to her tiny office to… Read More
• Character Titus was a Bowtruckle¬†in Newt Scamander’s case (WFT). Read More
• Games, toys, and jokes A contraband toy wand found under the bed of Modesty Barebone by her adult brother Credence in Second Salem Church caused their infuriated mother Mary Lou to threaten the child with a beating (WFT). Read More
• Publications “Transfiguration Today” is one of several ‘trade’ magazines in the wizarding world. This magazine has international readership, and it has been around for decades.¬†Tina and Queenie Goldstein had this magazine, along with The Witch’s Friend¬†and¬†Witch Chat,¬†in their apartment (WFT). “The Magazine that Changes Lives”, according to their advertisement in the… Read More
• Character Torquil Travers was Head of Magical Law Enforcement for the Ministry of Magic during the mid-1920s. His swaggering personality was “harsh and mean-spirited” (CG). When Newt Scamander requested to have his international travel restrictions lifted in 1927 after confronting Grindelwald and an Obscurus in New York City, Travers exaggerated his… Read More