• Sports teams The Caerphilly Catapults are a Welsh Quidditch team, founded in 1402 (QA7). Caerphilly is spelled Caerffili in Welsh. robes: vertical stripes, light green and scarlet (QA7) home: Caerphilly, South Wales The Catapults have had eighteen League wins (QA7). They defeated the Norwegian team Karasjok… Read More
• Creature Chimaeras are vicious, bloodthirsty creatures with a lion’s head, a goat’s body, and a dragon’s tail native Greece. Chimaera eggs are classified as Class A Non-Tradable Goods (FB). Read More
• Creature A Cockatrice is a combination of a rooster and a dragon or snake.   … Read More
• Ministry of Magic A committee with an office inside the Ministry of Magic with responsibility for keeping track of new charms, and likely suppressing the illegal ones… Read More
• Event Barkwith was a famous composer whose Wizarding Suite featured an exploding tuba. This unfinished work is now banned, ever since a performance in 1902 blew the roof off of the Town Hall of Ackerly (FW). Read More
• Hogwarts Filch has a drawer in his filing cabinet marked this. Naturally, the Weasley twins dove right in and discovered the Marauder’s Map (PA10). Remus Lupin told Harry he also found a Boggart for Patronus practice lurking in the filing cabinet (PA12). It’s possible he was looking for the Map… Read More
• Cities • Regions, counties, and territories Cork is both a county and city in the Republic of Ireland. The city is the second largest in Ireland, located on its southern coast. A Quidditch team from Cork, playing against the Lancashire team in 1385, in Lancashire, had to flee town to escape harm after winning… Read More
• Sports and competitions Creaothceann, popular in the Middle Ages and invented in Scotland, it is considered to be probably the most dangerous of all broom games (QA2). Notes Playing the game involves trying to catch hundreds of falling rocks and bludgers within cauldrons strapped to the players’ heads. It inevitably caused… Read More
• Occupations A team of adventurous bankers from Gringotts who go out into the world breaking the protective Charms and Curses on old forgotten Wizarding treasure troves. Sometimes referred to as Curse-Breakers (PA1, OP29). Read More
• Magical artifacts A very dangerous grandfather clock in Grimmauld Place” developed the unpleasant habit of shooting heavy bolts at passers-by.” Molly Weasley and the kids encountered the cursed clock while cleaning up the house. Remus Lupin helped to fix it (OP6). Hermione later wondered if Regulus Black… Read More
• Dark magic items This ornate opal necklace is imbued with a very dangerous curse (CS4, HBP12). Over the years, the necklace had claimed the lives of nineteen Muggles (CS4). This necklace as of August 1996 was being offered for sale for 1500 Galleons (HBP6), and was apparently purchased by… Read More