Rabbits are small furry mammals with large ears, often kept as pets. … Read MoreRats• Creature
Rats are medium-sized, long-tailed rodents, sometimes kept as pets, but often regarded as vermin or pests. Scabbers Peter Pettigrew lived as a rat for twelve years, as a pet of the Weasley family known as Scabbers – initially belonging to Percy Weasley and later to his… Read More
The Shrinking Charm is a spell that causes an Engorged object to return to its normal size. Read More
The Untransfiguration Spell is the opposite of Transfiguration: it turns a creature or object back to its natural state. Read More
Undoes damage to an object. Read More
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Forces an Animagus who has transformed into animal form to revert to his or her human form. The spell’s effect is a bright blue-white flash of light. … Read MoreHow Much Revenge is Safe?
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How Much Revenge is Safe? is a letter published on the Problem Page of the Daily Prophet (DP3). Wizard Buckley Cooper has been involved in a family feud and wanted to know the Ministry’s position if he kidnapped and transfigured his nieces and nephews. Dempster Wiggleswade from… Read MoreRita Skeeter• Character
Rita Skeeter is a reporter for the Daily Prophet who is known for her rubbishy exposés of well-known wizards. She uses a Quick-Quotes Quill to write in flowery prose filled with innuendos and veiled accusations (GF18). Rita was a reporter at the Death Eater trials after the… Read MoreCome and Go Room
The Room of Requirement is a magical room which can only be discovered by someone who is in need. It is called the Come and Go Room by the house-elves of Hogwarts. Read MoreRoyston Idlewind• Character
Royston Idlewind was a Chaser on the Australian National Team in 1966. In 1971, after his retirement from competitive sport, he became International Director of the International Confederation of Wizards Quidditch Committee (ICWQC) (QWC). Idlewind was a member of the Austrialian team that won the 1966 Quidditch… Read MoreRoyston Idlewind and the Dissimulators
“Royston Idlewind and the Dissimulators” is the name by which the 1974 Quidditch World Cup is known. Events The tournament was famous for the attempt by the ICWQC International Director, Royston Idlewind, to ban crowd members from carrying wands. This led to a feverish and heightened atmosphere in the stands… Read MoreAlbert Runcorn• Character
Albert Runcorn was a tall, bearded wizard who works for the Ministry of Magic. He unwittingly played a part in Harry, Ron, and Hermione’s infiltration of the Ministry when Hermione gave him a Nosebleed Nougat, convinced him to go home, and took some of his hairs to add to… Read More