• Magical effects A Magical Barrier Energy Field in the form of a protective bubble was placed around the entrance to City Hall subway station in 1926 New York in order to trap Obscurial Credence Barebone (WFT). It is also referred to as a “magical force field,” which appeared as a “luminous wall… Read More
• Headlines and advertisements • Security Magical Disturbances Risk Wizarding Exposure is a headline from a magical newspaper in 1926. It refers to the various events in New York that risk exposure of the magical community. The headline comes from the wizarding newspaper, The New York Ghost (WFT). Read More
• Headlines and advertisements Making sure the purchaser of your old wand is human is a public information article in the Daily Prophet, following a report about goblin riots (DP3). A handy guide to species identification was included on page 11 of the Prophet after the goblins rioted in Chipping Clodbury using illegally obtained wands. Read More
• Quidditch The Mascot Restriction was a motion to restrict mascots to “herbivores, creatures smaller than a cow and nothing that breathes fire”. It was defeated by an overwhelming majority in 1995. Quidditch supporters worldwide have been opposed to any meddling with what they see as a traditional, colourful part… Read More
• Character Mercy Ojukwu was a Beater for the Nigerian National Team at the Quidditch World Cup tournament in 2014 (Pm). Ojukwu was a member of the Nigerian team at the 2014 tournament. She and the other Nigerian Chaser, Aliko Okoye, were “ferocious” against the Fijians in their first match, winning by 400… Read More