• Spells When Gormlaith Gaunt attacked Ilvermorny School, she sent a powerful curse towards the building, including the names of her niece Isolt and her husband James Steward who were both sleeping (Pm). When the twin baby daughters of Isolt and James woke up and started to cry in fear, the sound… Read More
• Schools Sent by the Head of the magical African school Uagadou to children who have been accepted as pupils (Pm). Read More
• Rooms, chambers, and floors The entrance to the Gryffindor Tower is the Portrait of the Fat Lady. If you tell her the correct password, the Portrait will swing open to reveal the Common Room. There are two staircases opening off the common room into the Tower itself: the boys’ staircase, on which the seven boys’… Read More
• Houses and addresses The family home of Ginny Weasley, Harry Potter and their children James, Albus and Lily. Amos Diggory and Delphi visit Harry there (CC1.6), we see Harry giving his children pre-Hogwarts start-of-term gifts (CC1.7), having nightmares about Lord Voldemort (CC1.9) and discussing the aftermath of a… Read More
• Place Harry shares his dormitory with Ron, Neville, Dean and Seamus. Located at the “top of a spiral staircase” leading from the Gryffindor Common Room, the round room contains five four-poster beds with “deep-red velvet curtains” (PS7). The room contains wardrobes (PS17), and has “high, narrow windows” (CS5). The boys’ trucks… Read More
• Creature The Lethifold is a dangerous beast which resembles a half-inch thick black cloak which moves along the ground at night, hunting its prey. Read More
• Character Leticia Somnolens was a Hag who used the Draught of Living Death to put a princess to sleep (FW). Read More
• Art and Culture A gold-framed painting of a blonde-haired mermaid hangs in the Prefects’ Bathroom on the fifth floor of Hogwarts. She sits on a rock and is usually asleep and snoring. She  flirts with the young gentlemen while they bathe, which doesn’t seem to impress Myrtle much (GF25). She resembles the mermaids of… Read More
• Character Mervyn Fenwick played keeper for the Tutshill Tornados Quidditch team (DP2)… Read More
• Source Arthur Weasley is rushed to St. Mungo’s Hospital, Dumbledore sends Harry and the Weasleys back to Sirius’ house, and they visit Arthur in hospital as he makes his recovery. Read More
• Source Harry speculates on why Dumbledore will not look him in the eye, Hermione joins Harry and the Weasleys at Grimmauld Place for Christmas, and Percy sends back his Weasley sweater. They visit Arthur in St. Mungo’s encounter Gilderoy Lockhart, and see Neville and his gran visiting his parents. Read More
• Source Harry recalls the dream again, the Gryffindors play Ravenclaw for the final match of the Quidditch season, and Hagrid introduces Harry and Hermione to his half-brother, Grawp, making them promise to look after Grawp if he has to leave. Gryffindor wins the match and the Quidditch Cup, and Ron is… Read More
• Source Harry and Hermione tell Ron about Grawp, the fifth years take their O.W.L.s, Hagrid is sacked, McGonagall is stunned, and Harry dreams that Sirius is being tortured. Read More
• Source Ron, Hermione, Neville, and Luna help Harry break into Umbridge’s office, Kreacher leads Harry to believe that Sirius is at the Department of Mysteries, and Hermione tricks Umbridge into taking her and Harry into the Forbidden Forest. Read More
• Source Harry has his final outburst in anguish over Sirius’ death, and Dumbledore tells him everything – about why he must return to the Dursleys every year, about the prophecy, about how Voldemort marked him as his equal, about how it could as easily have been Neville, and about how either… Read More
• Source Security is tightened, Hagrid is summoned to London with Buckbeak, Ron and Harry plan another visit to Hogsmeade despite Hermione’s appeals, Harry wears his invisibility cloak and while playing a trick on Malfoy and his goons is unmasked, rushing back to school only to be confronted by Snape, questioned and only… Read More
• Event Liechtenstein’s Chaser Willi Wenzel was injured early on, but gamely continued playing during the first day’s 11-hour match against the national team from Chad. With the score standing at Chad with 140 points and Liechtenstein with 120 points, play was set to resume the next day after a short… Read More
• Event There was a second exhausting day of play for the teams from Chad and Liechtenstein, with one player literally falling asleep on his broom. The match was stopped for the night with the score at Liechtenstein 260 – Chad 250 (Pm). Read More
• Event Liechtenstein emerged victorious on the third day of this marathon match against Chad. The final score stood at Liechtenstein on 470 points and Chad on 330. The exhausted players from both teams embraced in tears after Liechtenstein Seeker Bruno Bruunhart caught the Snitch (Pm). Read More
• Magical effects Puts the target person into a deep sleep; subject is in a state almost like suspended animation and does not breathe for the duration of the spell. Read More
• Source A “kindly old wizard” dies and leaves his magical cooking pot to his foolish son. The son spurns his neighbours’ requests for help and discovers that the pot becomes more and more annoying as it takes on the neighbour’s ailments and problems. In the end, the son learns to help… Read More
• Wandmaking A “single sibilant word” in the snake-language Parseltongue that when uttered made the wand of Salazar Slytherin go to sleep and become unusable (Pm). Read More
• Potions The Wideye or Awakening Potion is a potion that prevents you from going to sleep, but will also awaken someone from a concussion or drug-induced sleep. Read More
• Potions The Wiggenweld Potion is a potion that revives people from the Draught of Living Death. A young wizard Prince smeared this potion on his lips and kissed a princess under the Draught’s effects. She had pricked her finger on a spindle coated with the Draught (FW). Read More