• Character Ted Tonks was a Muggle-born wizard, father of Nymphadora and husband of Andromeda. He was described by his daughter as a “right old slob,” in contrast to the Dursleys, whose house seemed unnaturally clean to Nymphadora (OP3). Andromeda’s marriage to Ted resulted in her being disowned by the Black family… Read More
• Diseases and healing • Potion ingredients Mentioned as a potion ingredient, use unspecified, but the card text suggests that it may have the effect of augmenting vision (TCG). Eels’ eyes are sold in Diagon Alley (PS5). According to a ‘medieval’ Healer in a painting at St. Mungo’s, standing naked in a barrel of eels’… Read More
• Potions The Elixer to Induce Euphoria is a potion which induces intense excitement and happiness in the drinker, with occasional side effects of excessive singing and nose-tweaking (the addition of peppermint would tend to counterbalance that effect, according to notations by the Half-Blood Prince in Harry’s potions textbook) (HBP22). Read More
• Potions The Elixir of Life is an alchemical substance which extends life, created using the Philosopher’s Stone. The elixir must be consumed regularly for all eternity if the drinker is to maintain his or her immortality (HBP23). Read More
• Gardens and farms • Mysterious places The Enchanted Garden is the location of the Wizarding Schools Potions Championship where students compete to win a gold cauldron. Read More
• Diseases and healing An herbal remedy for poisoning, and an ingredient in the potion Felix Felicis. Read More
• Hogwarts • Magical objects Halfway along a third-floor corridor between the staircase leading from the Entrance Hall and the way to Gryffindor Tower, stands a statue of Gunhilda of Gorsemoor, referred to by the students as “the one-eyed, hump-backed witch.” This statue conceals the entrance to a secret passage leading to Honeydukes’ cellar (PA10). Read More