• Potion ingredients Used in boil-cure potion and other remedies. Also gathered in Queerditch Marsh for nettle tea (QA3)  … Read More
• Diseases and healing The tears of the phoenix have healing powers, and are the only known antidote for Basilisk venom (DH6). Read More
• Sports and competitions Quidditch, “the sport of warlocks,” is the premier sport of the wizarding world. Everyone follows Quidditch. Quidditch is a fast, dangerous, exciting game in which two teams flying on brooms compete for points scored by throwing a ball–the Quaffle–through hoops on either end of a large grassy pitch. Quidditch… Read More
• Organizations A group formed by Dumbledore in the 1970s to fight Voldemort when the Ministry’s efforts were ineffectual. The Order was revived in 1995 when Voldemort began to regain power. Read More
• Rules and laws Ban on Experimental Breeding 1965 written by Newt Scamander (FB) Code of Wand Use clause 3: no non-human creature permitted a wand (GF9) Decree for the Reasonable Restriction of Underage Sorcery 1875 (CS2, CS5, PA3, OP2, OP8) Violation under paragraph… Read More
• Insults, Curses, and Interjections A foul, nasty name for Muggle-born is Mudblood (lit. “dirty blood”), but that’s not a term used in polite company (CS7). Read More
• Magical identities Wizarding person born of two Muggle parents. (Sometimes spelled Muggleborn with no hyphen)… Read More
• Magical identities A witch or wizard who supposedly has magical blood on both sides of the family going back generations. Read More