• Games, toys, and jokes One of the range of sweets found in a Skiving Snackbox, this causes the eater to faint. During the twins’ beta tests on the volunteer Gryffindor first years, the eater remained unconscious until fed the antidote by someone else. Hermione found these testing methods alarming (OP13). Read More
• Glossary Christmas light strings. This is a play on words, since Flitwick decorates his classroom with Christmas lights – “fairy lights” – that are real, live fairies. Read More
• Hogwarts In order to alert the members of Dumbledore’s Army to an upcoming meeting, each person was given a fake Galleon (OP19). The serial numbers of the fake Galleon would change to show the date and time of the upcoming session and the Galleon would become warm. Read More
• Symbols Tea leaf symbol from Unfogging the Future meaning “a deadly enemy.”… Read More
• Thing The title given to the group of people who died during the Battle of Hogwarts. Read More
• Sports teams Quidditch team based in the Cornwall town of Falmouth (QA7). robes: dark gray with white, falcon-head emblem on chest home: Falmouth motto: “Let us win, but if we cannot win, let us break a few heads.”… Read More
• Glossary In general, refers to something that may be fancied, but when referring to a person means “sexually attractive” (NSOED). Read More
• Glossary Depends on context. As a verb, this can mean ‘want’ or ‘like’ (usually when referring to things or actions), but when referring to people, indicates romantic attachment (think ‘footloose and fancy-free’). As a noun, a ‘fancy’ is a kind of small cake. Read More
• Books and Literature Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them by Newt Scamander was a standard reference work devoted to the amazing variety of magical creatures of the world. The book was originally commissioned in 1918 and published in 1927 by Obscurus Books, and has been updated constantly ever since. Read More
• Glossary An alkaline marsh, distinguishing it from a bog which is always acidic.  … Read More
• Food and drinks • Games, toys, and jokes One selection in the Weasley Twins’ Skiving Snackboxes (OP6). Read More