• Occupations • Titles, nicknames, and honorifics Chosen leader of the Magical Congress of the United States, the secret governing body for witches and wizards of North America (Pm). Known Presidents of MACUSA include: Josiah Jackson Thornton Harkaway Able Fleming Charity Wilkinson Elizabeth McGilliguddy Emily Rappaport Seraphina Picquery  … Read More
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• Sports teams The Malagasy National Teams are from the African country of Madagascar. Quidditch Madagascar lost the final match of the 1974 Quidditch World Cup to a team from Syria. However, that particular Quidditch World Cup tournament is mostly remembered for the Royston Idlewind and the Dissimulators incident (Pm). Read More
• Headlines and advertisements Madam Malkin’s Robes for all Occasions Summer Sale on Now! is a clothing advertisement appearing in the Daily Prophet (DP1). An advertisement for Madam Malkin’s shop appears on the front page of the Prophet, offering several types of robes (including slimming and lengthening), and including a free offer to entice customers to… Read More
• Headlines and advertisements Maddock blamed for Kestrels’ win is an article in the Sports section of the Daily Prophet, after another mistake by Quidditch player Alasdair Maddock (DP2). Maddock was the Chaser for the Montrose Magpies Quidditch team and the cause of his team’s loss against the Kenmare Kestrels. This came about because… Read More
• Food and drinks Maggoty haggis was among the foul foods set out on a table at Nearly-Headless Nick’s 500th Deathday party (CS8). Read More
• Furniture and household items A photographer at Flourish and Blotts was taking pictures of Gilderoy Lockhart for the Daily Prophet. Colin Creevey’s camera is apparently a Muggle device, although since it works at Hogwarts, it must not have any electrical parts. Read More
• Organizations The Magical Congress of the United States of America (MACUSA) is the governmental authority for the Wizarding world in the USA (Pm, WFT). The headquarters of MACUSA is hidden in the Woolworth Building. The emblem of MACUSA features an American flag combined with a phoenix (WFT). MACUSA is a single body, unlike the… 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
• Clothing • Furniture and household items Witches and wizards use some non-magical items in their daily lives. Hogwarts students are required to purchase a selection of non-magical equipment which they will use as they study at school: a bookbag While cauldrons in general may be magical in themselves or not, students are required to have an ordinary… Read More
• Communication • Magical objects High above the MACUSA Lobby there is a giant dial with multiple clock-like faces and hands pointing to the present threat-level to the secret wizarding world. The color-coded levels include “Severe: Unexplained Activity” and “Emergency” (WFT). Read More
• Magical artifacts Artificial eyes in the wizarding world seem to have unusual powers, as a rule. Read More
• Ministry of Magic The Magical Maintenance Department within the Ministry of Magic is responsible for maintaining the facilities (OP7). Workers in that department wear navy blue robes (DH12). Magical Maintenance decides the type of weather visible outside the enchanted windows of the Ministry Headquarters (OP7). Reg Cattermole worked for… Read More
• Magical objects Maps that possess magical qualities, such as the Marauder’s Map. Read More
• Magical objects For Christmas in 1994 [Y14], Sirius gave Harry a handy penknife with attachments to unlock any lock and undo any knot (GF23). Read More
• Books and Literature Magical Theory was a magical reference book by noted magical theoretician Adalbert Waffling and a required textbook for first-years, possibly for Charms (PS5). Read More
• Transportation • Wizarding culture Witches and wizards use magical means to move from place to place. They can use spells, specifically Apparition, and personal devices such as brooms. However, various forms of public transit are also available. All forms of magical transportation, both personal and public, are regulated and controlled by the Department of Magical Transportation. Read More
• Books and Literature Magick Moste Evile is a Dark arts reference book, written in the early middle ages by Godelot (TBB). Read More
• Ministry of Magic A massive black-stone statue in the Atrium at the Ministry of Magic added during the regime of Voldemort, carved with the motto “MAGIC IS MIGHT” in foot-tall letters (DH12). Read More
• Occupations A Magizoologist is a witch or wizard who studies magical creatures (FB). Read More
• Headlines and advertisements Magpie Chaser “Only Tried Football for a Laugh” is the first in a series of Daily Prophet articles about Alasdair Maddock’s obsession with Muggle sports (DP1). The Prophet reported that Maddock, a Chaser for the Montrose Magpies quidditch team, had been spotted practising headers with… Read More
• Plants Mahogany is a wand wood also used to make broom handles (PS5). Background According to Mr. Ollivander, James Potter had a mahogany wand, eleven inches, pliable, and “excellent for transfiguration” (PS5). It makes sense that a wand good for transfiguration would be “pliable,”… Read More
• Sports teams The Mahoutokoro School Teams are comprised of students from the Mahoutokoro Wizarding School in Japan (Pm, BoP). Quidditch The Mahoutokoro School’s Quidditch teams undergo such rigorous training procedures and conditions for playing that all the members of the Japan National Team (who came third after the… Read More
• Glossary • Titles, nicknames, and honorifics Shortened term for “No Magic” – American Wizarding slang for Muggles, or non-magical humans (Pm, WFT). Read More
• Organizations • Security Part of the Magical Congress of the United States of America (MACUSA), the Major Investigation Department appears as a meeting room in which high-up MACUSA employees discuss ongoing investigations. 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
• Headlines and advertisements Making it Stick is a letter appearing on the Problem Page of the Daily Prophet (DP3). Elveira Elkins wrote to say that she is unable to get the Fixing Charms she attempts to cast to actually work properly. Household magic expert and author Zamira Gulch gave her both magical… Read More
• Sports teams The Malawian National Teams come from the African country of Malawi. Quidditch Malawi won the 1998 Quidditch World Cup against the Senegal National Team by 260 points to Senegal’s 180 points. It was only the second all-Africa final in Quidditch World Cup history (Pm). Read More
• Diseases and healing A Maledictus is a witch or wizard who suffers from a blood curse. One form of this affliction, referred to as a “malediction,” had been inherited by Draco Malfoy’s wife Astoria Greengrass. Astoria died from the blood curse in August of 2019 (CC). Another form causes its victim to slowly… Read More
• Titles, nicknames, and honorifics Nickname Scorpius Malfoy gives himself after viewing the alternate universe in which Voldemort and The Augurey ruled the Wizarding World (CC3.14). Read More
• Plants Centaurs burn this, observing the fumes and flames to refine the results of their stargazing (OP27). Read More
• Plants • Potion ingredients The Mandrake is a magical plant with powerful restorative properties. The root system takes the form of a small baby which matures into the form of small humanoid adult. The screams of the roots are dangerous; those of a full-grown adult mandrake can kill. Read More
• Glossary Bad, inferior, defective, dirty (NSOED). Read More
• Books and Literature Man or Monster? The TRUTH About Newt Scamander is an inaccurate biography of Magizoologist Newt Scamander written by widely discredited journalist Rita Skeeter (FB). It contains many “wild assertions”, including an accusation that Scamander was in fact a spy attempting to infiltrate the MACUSA, and the suggestion that he was guilty of breaking the heart of President… Read More
• Magical objects • Security The metallic Map of Magical Activity used a light display to help Aurors in the MACUSA Major Investigation Department to view magic occurring around New York City (WFT). Read More
• Magical objects This magical map of Hogwarts Castle shows the entire castle and grounds of Hogwarts, including seven secret passages out of Hogwarts and into Hogsmeade. However, it does not show the Room of Requirement or the Chamber of Secrets. The map also shows the location of people. It would seem that… Read More
• Titles, nicknames, and honorifics The self-titled Marauders were a group of Gryffindor students who attended Hogwarts between 1971 and 1978. The ringleaders were James Potter and Sirius Black. Remus Lupin and Peter Pettigrew rounded out the group. The Marauders were well-known as troublemakers and pranksters, particular Potter and Black who earned themselves an entire… Read More
• Glossary A town where a market – what a lot of people in the U.S. would probably think of as a farmer’s market – is held regularly. Several surrounding villages would be connected with a market town, so that farmers in the villages would go to the market town to buy… Read More
• Food and drinks A clear, jellylike preserve made from the pulp and rind of fruits (especially citrus fruits). (AHD)… Read More
• Glossary A very large tent, especially when used for public events like fairs (NSOED). Read More
• Food and drinks Marshmallows are soft, sweet food items enjoyed by wizards and Muggles alike. Read More
• Dark magic items Marvolo Gaunt’s ring is a large finger ring, clumsily made out of what appeared to be gold, set with a black stone engraved with the symbol for the Deathly Hallows, which Gaunt took to be the Peverell coat of arms. According to Marvolo Gaunt, the ring had been in the… 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
• Food and drinks Mashed potatoes are a self-describing starchy food enjoyed by wizards and Muggles alike. Read More
• Titles, nicknames, and honorifics A teacher; a person qualified to teach (NSOED). This is often used in compound form with the name of the subject the person teaches. For a woman, “mistress” would be used in the same way, e.g., “Headmistress”. Read More
• Timelines and calendars Timeline of Events Select the range of years for the timeline you wish to view. Ancient Egypt and Greece – Before 100 A.D. This is an era of Muggle/Wizard cooperation; many political and religious leaders were witches and wizards. The Medieval Era – 100 – 1400 AD… Read More
• Titles, nicknames, and honorifics A woman managing the care of the sick at a school. In a hospital, this title refers to the woman (if she is a woman) in charge of the nursing staff. Read More
• Food and drinks Mead is a variety of alcohol that seemed to have been popular among British wizards since at least the 1100s. It was consumed at celebrations and casual visits. Different types of mead include mulled mead and oak-matured mead. Read More
• Organizations The Medieval Assembly of European Wizards was a medieval society across Europe. Professors Binns assigned a three foot-long composition on “The Medieval Assembly of European Wizards” in Harry Potter’s second year. Ron Weasley’s essay was eight inches short, while Hermione had written four feet seven inches in tiny writing. Read More
• Thing A book about fantastic creatures found in Newt Scamander’s shed inside his brown leather suitcase (WFT). Read More
• Diseases and healing Not known if this is distinct from healing, analogous to the difference between a physician and a paramedic; if it is distinct, mediwizard might be analogous to a paramedic, judging from the World Cup (GF8). Read More
• Communication In the basement of MACUSA memos write themselves, then fold into origami rats. They use the glass tubes to scurry to the offices above. On occasion they will start to fight and tear each other apart, leaving the intended recipient memo-less. Read More
• Art and Culture In the middle of the vast atrium of the MACUSA building in New York City stands a memorial to the witches and wizards killed as a result of the Salem witch trials (WFT). Read More
• Thing Memories can be removed from the head of a witch or wizard and placed into a vessels known as a Pensieve to be viewed and studied. After removal, memories can be tampered with, as Horace Slughorn did when he tried to revise and conceal his own memory of teaching Tom… Read More
• Wizarding culture Charms used to modify or erase a (portion of a) person’s memory. The spell used is “obliviate”. Read More
• Insults, Curses, and Interjections A mild oath used to express surprise or exasperation… Read More
• Insults, Curses, and Interjections An exclaimation by Hermione Granger at Grimmauld Place when she realized that the portrait of Phineas Nigellus might report their conversations back to Headmaster Snape at Hogwarts (DH12). Read More
• Headlines and advertisements Merlin Remembrance Day Suggestion is the title of a letter written by Harold Skively to the Daily Prophet, suggesting a new public holiday (DP1). Mr Skively in his letter makes a case for a wizarding public holiday to honour the wizard Merlin, but ruins it by mentioning that what he… 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
• Languages Merfolk language used above water (FB, DH8); Merfolk speak human languages underwater. It sounds like horrible screeching if heard in air. Dumbledore (GF26, HBP30) and Barty Crouch Sr. (GF7) can speak Mermish. Miranda Goshawk’s original The Book of Spells was translated into Mermish (BoS). Read More
• Communication Stuck in the past with Scorpius Malfoy when the Experimental Time Turner is destroyed, Albus Potter remembers that his father Harry has always spent time holding the blanket his mother covered him with on the anniversary of his parent’s murder by Lord Voldemort (CC1.7). Albus… Read More
• Magical identities Metamorphmagi are born with the ability to change their appearance at will. The ability cannot be learned, and seems to be fairly uncommon, as the only known Metamorphmagi are Nymphadora Tonks and her son, Teddy Lupin.  The ability also manifests itself right away – both Tonks’s and Teddy’s hair began… Read More
• Games, toys, and jokes If you believe the advertising, one of these will give the wearer some of the abilities of a Metamorphmagus for only ten Galleons. In fact, the changes in the wearer’s appearance aren’t under his or her control, and not only make the victim more rather than less conspicuous but can… Read More
• Clothing A midnight blue witch hat studded with “what looked like tiny starlike diamonds” was one of Fred and George Weasley’s Christmas present to their mother in 1996 (they also gave her a gold necklace) (HBP16). Read More
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• Plants The Mimbulus mimbletonia is a very rare magical plant, native to Assyria, which resembles a grey cactus but with boils where the spines would have been. The boils are a defensive mechanism that spew Stinksap upon contact. Read More
• Food and drinks Very finely diced meat, sometimes referred to as mincemeat. Not to be confused with the quite different substance also known as mincemeat that is used in mince pie. Read More
• Food and drinks A small round pie filled with mincemeat (in this sense a mixture of sweet stuff – sugar, suet, and/or spices – and fruits such as currants, raisins, chopped apples) traditionally eaten at Christmas (NSOED). Not to be confused with mince. Read More
• Ministry of Magic The Minister for Magic is the executive head of the government for the British Wizarding world. The Minister enjoys a position of great prominence and prestige. He or she represents the British magical community in international affairs and sets the tone for the policies of the Ministry of Magic. Read More
• Headlines and advertisements Ministry Imposes Restrictions is a front page headline in the Daily Prophet about the Ministry of Magic’s plans to curb wizarding Hallowe’en celebrations (DP4). Hallowe’en is the one time of year when wizards can be “out and about” without arousing the suspicions of Muggles, so the plans announced… Read More
• Architecture Through the golden gates of the Atrium in the Ministry of Magic Headquarters, is a “smaller hall” that houses “at least twenty lifts” (OP7). The lifts are behind “wrought golden grilles” that slide back and forth as the lifts reach each floor. The lifts ascend slowly using… Read More
• Organizations The Ministry of Magic is the governmental authority for the Wizarding world in Britain. The basic mission of the Ministry of Magic is to keep the Muggles from finding out about an entire culture of magical folk. It’s a huge, complicated, and inefficient bureaucracy, just like most governmental organizations. Read More
• Ministry of Magic • Wizarding culture Ministry of Magic licenses are issued for a number of activities which are deemed dangerous, which could be misused for nefarious purposes, or which require special training or actions to keep the wizarding world hidden from the Muggles. These include: Ownership of Crups (FB, JKR-W1) Sale of magical artifacts (… 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
• Magical objects A time-traveling device the use of which was strictly regulated by the Ministry (PA21). Inside the hourglass-shaped device there is a single One-Hour Reversal Charm (Pm). All of them were thought to be destroyed during the Battle of the Department of Mysteries (OP35, HBP11, BP), but in… Read More
• Magical artifacts The Mirror of Erised is a magnificent mirror, as high as a classroom ceiling, with an ornate gold frame, standing on two clawed feet. The inscription carved around the top read “Erised stra ehru oyt ube cafru oyt on wohsi,” which is “I show not your face but your heart’s… Read More
• Furniture and household items Ordinary mirrors are found in bathrooms, dormotories and on corridors in Hogwarts. Read More
• Communication The two-way mirrors belong to Sirius Black. He and James used to use them when they were in separate detentions (OP38). They are a pair of small, square, old-looking mirrors (OP38). Sirius gives one of them to Harry at the end of Christmas break. He tells Harry it’s… Read More
• Glossary A verbal abbreviation (slang) used by the UK police to refer to a “missing person”. A misper report is usually made directly to the police. Read More
• Glossary Used as a form of address when speaking to an older woman, especially one who is a stranger to the speaker (NSOED). Read More
• Plants • Potion ingredients Mistletoe is a plant, commonly used as a Christmas decoration, whose berries can be used as potion ingredients. Read More
• Games, toys, and jokes Harry and the other Triwizard champions drew small model dragons out of a silk bag. The type of model indicated which dragon thay had to face. Harry drew the Hungarian Horntail. (GF20). Each tiny model moved its wings and snarled; Harry’s even curled up and went to sleep the… Read More
• Magical objects For Christmas in 1995, Nymphadora Tonks gave Harry a working model of his beloved Firebolt broomstick, which had been confiscated by Dolores Umbridge, the Hogwarts High Inquisitor (OP23). Read More
• Magical objects A small, slightly furry pouch worn round the neck for holding possessions, made from the skin of the moke.  Items stored in a mokeskin pouch can only be retrieved by the owner. Read More
• Sports teams The Moldovan National Teams are from the Eastern European country of Moldova. Quidditch The Moldovan team was beaten in the final of the 2010 Quidditch World Cup by a team from China, in an exciting match that lasted for three days (Pm). An outbreak of Dragon… Read More
• Clothing A moleskin coat is a coat made out of moleskin, a thick, sturdy fabric. Rubeus Hagrid owned a moleskin overcoat. Read More
• Glossary Something that makes a lot of money. While the word can be used to apply to a person rather than a thing, that’s less common. (NSOED). Read More
• Plants • Potion ingredients Monkshood is another name for the plant called aconite or wolfsbane (PS8). Monkshood is extremely poisonous and must be handled with care to avoid poisoning. Read More
• Sports teams The Montrose Magpies are a Quidditch team from Montrose in Scotland (QA7, Pm) robes: black and white, with one magpie on the chest and another on the back (QA7) home: Montrose The most successful team in history, the Magpies won the British and Irish… Read More
• Magical objects Mad-Eye Moody was well-known to drink only from a hip flask he always carried because he feared being poisoned by Dark Wizards even while among friends (GF12). Read More
• Magical objects After losing his eye while battling Death Eaters (Pm), Alastor Moody received a magical replacement that could swivel around in all directions (GF14) and even see through Harry’s Invisibility Cloak (GF25). Read More
• Food and drinks Newt Scamander kept a crate of Mooncalf Pellets in his work shed. In 1926, Jacob Kowalski fed them to the Mooncalves inside Newt Scamander’s case (WFT). Read More
• Plants • Potion ingredients Moondew is a flower used as a potion ingredient; its magical properties were discovered by medieval Irish druidess Cliodna (FW). Read More
• Potion ingredients Powdered moonstone was used in the Draught of Peace. Read More
• Broomsticks The Moontrimmer is a broom model created in 1901 by Gladys Boothby. It was a slender, ash-handled broom (QA9). For its time it was the first to achieve record-breaking heights (at least, record-breaking while the flyer maintained control at such an altitude). Its maximum speed was less than seventy miles… Read More
• Titles, nicknames, and honorifics Nicknames of the Marauders used amongst themselves and in the creation of the Marauders Map. Moony = Remus Lupin, refers to being a werewolf Wormtail = Peter Pettigrew, refers to being a rat Animagus Padfoot = Sirius Black, refers to being a black dog – also another name for The… Read More
• Glossary A moor is a broad tract of open land, often high but poorly drained, with patches of heath and peat bogs. Read More
• Titles, nicknames, and honorifics Nickname given to the dead Voldemort by Scorpius Malfoy (CC3.14). Scorpius and Albus Potter traveled back in time using an Experimental Time-Turner and ended up in a timeline where Voldemort and The Augurey ruled the Wizarding World because Harry Potter had died (CC3.4). After viewing… Read More
• Sports teams The Moutohora Macaws are a Quidditch team from New Zealand (QA8). The Macaws wear red, yellow and blue robes and, like all New Zealand teams, are known for their speed and showmanship (QA8). The team mascot is a phoenix named “Sparky” (QA8). Read More
• Insults, Curses, and Interjections Mudblood is a foul, nasty name for a witch or wizard who is Muggle-born (literally “dirty blood”). It is not a term used in polite company (CS7). Draco Malfoy loved using the word “Mudblood,”especially when the Chamber of Secrets opened in second year. Referring to Hermione as a “filthy… Read More
• Organizations In the alternate timeline where Harry Potter lost the Battle of Hogwarts (caused by the use of the Experimental Time Turner), the incarceration of Muggle-borns is sanctioned by the Ministry of Magic (CC3.3). Read More
• Insults, Curses, and Interjections Mudwallower is an insulting term for a “Muggle-lover” that Albus Dumbledore notes in his commentary on “The Wizard and the Hopping Pot” in The Tales of Beedle the Bard. Read More
• Magical identities Muggles, as non-magical folk are called by wizards, are “not as stupid as we think,” or so a report recently published in the Daily Prophet proclaimed (DP). Many witches and wizards find this concept hard to accept; Muggles are for the most part oblivious to the entire society of magical… Read More
• Magical artifacts Muggle objects which are specifically not allowed to have magical spells applied to them. Read More
• Games, toys, and jokes Muggle-baiting is activity which uses magic to confuse or humiliate Muggles without the Muggles realizing that magic was involved. Arthur Weasley describes it this way: “Sell [Muggles] a key that keeps shrinking to nothing so they can never find it when they need it …. Of course, it’s very hard to… Read More
• Titles, nicknames, and honorifics Term used around 1000 A.D. to refer to Muggle-born witches and wizards. The origin of the term is obscure, but may refer to those magic-using persons “bobbing up” in a Muggle family unexpectedly. Muggle-born witches and wizards were completely accepted and even treated as special at that time, which makes… Read More
• Magical identities Muggle-born is the term used to describe a wizard or witch born of two Muggle parents. (Sometimes spelled Muggleborn with no hyphen)… Read More
• Ministry of Magic After Voldemort took hold of the Ministry for Magic, a Muggle-Born Registration Commission was appointed. The purpose of this Commission was to interview all Muggle-borns (DH11). Read More
• Magical artifacts Magical device that acts as an alarm when touched by a non-magical hand (DP2)… Read More
• Headlines and advertisements Mugglemaniac Maddock must quit Magpies, says McLeod is a headline in the Sports section of the Daily Prophet, continuing the saga of Alasdair Maddock’s obsession with Muggle sports (DP3). Chaser Maddock of the Montrose Magpies quidditch team was sacked by team manager Cormack McLeod prior to the… Read More
• Books and Literature Discusses what happens when Muggles encounter the Wizarding world. Published in 1972. Read More
• Headlines and advertisements Muggles Not as Stupid as We Think, says Ministry Report is the headline for a lead article in the Daily Prophet (DP1). This article in the Prophet outlines the findings of a report by a committee on Muggles, headed by Professor Phoebus Penrose, entitled “A Study… Read More
• Hogwarts academics Muggle Studies is a course in the history, culture, and psychology of non-magical people. The class attempts to help young witches and wizards understand the difference between the way Muggles think and the way wizards think. When Ron calls a telephone a “fellytone,” Hermione tells him she should consider taking… Read More
• Magical objects Newt Scamander’s magical suitcase had a brass dial that could be turned to “MUGGLEWORTHY” so the No-Maj customs inspectors would not see the dangerous magical creatures inside. With a turn of the dial, Muggles would only see common objects such as maps, an alarm clock, and a Hufflepuff scarf (WFT). Read More
• Ministry of Magic This committee within the Department of Magical Accidents and Catastrophes is responsible for concocting explanations when Muggles notice wizarding activity… Read More
• Glossary The preserved remains of a body, human or animal, from which fluids have been removed. Although mummification can occur through natural processes in very dry conditions, the most common conception of a mummy is that of one deliberately embalmed as a preparation for burial, for which additional preservative measures have… Read More
• Diseases and healing The bite from the rat-like Murtlap initially causes the victim to pass out. While not considered serious, there can be side-effects within 48 hours, such as flames erupting from their bottoms. Therefore victims should be monitored closely (WFT). Read More
• Diseases and healing Tentacles of a seashore-dwelling rodent. A solution of strained and pickled Murtlap tentacles, yellow in color, soothes and heals cuts and other wounds. Read More
• Games, toys, and jokes U.S.: game known as “Freeze” or “Statues” (not the same thing as musical chairs, though similar as both games are played to music). In musical statues players dance around foolishly and must “freeze” like a statue when the music stops. Read More