• Historical events The Eastern Front was a large area of eastern Europe where much fighting took place during World War I. It included the Russian Empire and Romania on one side and the Austro-Hungarian Empire, Bulgaria, the Ottoman Empire, and the German Empire on the other. Newt Scamander was stationed on the Eastern… Read More
• Food and drinks Sickening sweets based on the tattoos of Voldemort’s followers (HBP6) Sold by Weasleys Wizard Wheezes in Diagon Alley. Read More
• Rules and laws In Harry’s fifth year, Dolores Umbridge became High Inquisitor of Hogwarts, and the Ministry decreed: “No student organisations, societies, teams, groups and clubs may exist without the knowledge and approval of the high Inquisitor” (OP17).  Headmaster Snape reinstated it in 1997 to stop Dumbledore’s Army from reforming, although Neville… Read More
• Rules and laws The Educational Decrees were co-created by the Hogwarts High Inquisitor, Dolores Umbridge, and the Ministry of Magic during Harry’s fifth year at Hogwarts. These rules were set by the Ministry of Magic in order to assume more control over Hogwarts. The Ministry also desired to change the standards of the… Read More
• Glossary An eel is a type of long, slender fish (somewhat resembling a snake in appearance) that spends most of its life in freshwater but breeds in the ocean, and consequently is found in marshy areas where freshwater has access to the sea. Eels are farmed for their meat.  … Read More
• Diseases and healing • Potion ingredients Mentioned as a potion ingredient, use unspecified, but the card text suggests that it may have the effect of augmenting vision (TCG). Eels’ eyes are sold in Diagon Alley (PS5). According to a ‘medieval’ Healer in a painting at St. Mungo’s, standing naked in a barrel of eels’… Read More
• Food and drinks Served for breakfast at Hogwarts (scrambled). Read More