• Sports and competitions In conjunction with the National Gobstone Association, the league organises national tournaments of Gobstones players (Pm). Read More
• Potion ingredients Used in boil-cure potion and other remedies. Also gathered in Queerditch Marsh for nettle tea (QA3)  … Read More
• Food and drinks Two bottles of nettle wine were included in Snape’s Potion Riddle, part of the protection surrounding the Philosopher’s Stone hidden beneath Hogwarts Castle in 1991-1992 (PS16). Read More
• Potion ingredients Mentioned as a potion ingredient during Harry’s research for the second task (GF26). Read More
• Magical objects • Transportation A suitcase of brown leather with a careworn appearance and one latch that suddenly flips open now and then. Newt Scamander brought it with him on a trip to New York in 1926 filled with a menagerie of magical creatures inhabiting the wizard space inside (WFT).  Newt’s case became switched… Read More
• Broomsticks Revolutionary racing broom invented in 1967 by the Nimbus Racing Broom Company (QA9). Read More
• Broomsticks • Transportation An early model from the Nimbus Racing Broom Company, following the success of the Nimbus 1000 (QA9). Read More
• Broomsticks • Transportation A subsequent version of the famous Nimbus 1000 from the Nimbus Racing Broom Company (QA9). Read More
• Broomsticks • Transportation Later version of the original Nimbus 1000 created by the Nimbus Racing Broom Company (QA9). Read More
• Broomsticks • Transportation The Nimbus 2000 is a high-end broomstick produced by the Nimbus Racing Broom Company. Read More
• Broomsticks • Quidditch • Transportation A deluxe model from the Nimbus Racing Broom Company that dominated the market in the late 20th century, outselling other racing brooms three-to-one (Pm). Read More
• Sports teams During a match between two local Norfolk teams in 1357, referee Cyprian Youdle was killed by a curse cast by one of the spectators (QA6). Read More
• Magical objects Presumably looks like an ordinary teacup until an unwary drinker attempts to use it, then bites the drinker on the nose. Read More
• Games, toys, and jokes One of the range of sweets found in a Skiving Snackbox. Each end of the sweet is colour-coded, so that one end causes the eater to develop a high fever and the other cancels the effect.  … Read More
• Words and terms Food, a light meal (from a Yiddish term meaning ‘to nibble’) (NSOED). Read More
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