• Organizations The National Gobstone Association promotes the game of Gobstones and ran the “Give Gobstones a Second Glance” new player recruitment campaign (Pm). Read More
• Sports and competitions The National Gobstones League, in conjunction with the National Gobstone Association, organises national tournaments of Gobstones players (Pm). Read More
• Potion ingredients Nettles are a mundane stinging plant used in boil-cure potion and other remedies. They were 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
• Glossary There are many nicknames and slang terms in the wizarding world. For example, Peeves is in general given to assigning punning nicknames to the castle’s inhabitants based on their real names. Taunts and Insults “Crackpot” Peeves to Harry, another play on “Potter”. As usual with Peeves, the tag is… Read More
• Sports teams The Nigerian National Teams are from the African country of Nigeria. Quidditch Nigeria were participants in the 2014 Quidditch World Cup in Argentina (Pm). The team mascots were the vampiric Sasabonsam, who injured spectators and players during the opening ceremony riots. Team members included Aliko Okoye and… Read More
• Broomsticks The Nimbus 1000 was a revolutionary racing broom invented in 1967 by the Nimbus Racing Broom Company (QA9). Features: Speeds of more than 100 miles per hour 360-degree turns in mid-air Improved on the Oakshaft 79 and the Cleansweeps Soon became popular with professional Quidditch teams in Europe… Read More
• Broomsticks The Nimbus 1001 is an early model from the Nimbus Racing Broom Company, following the success of the Nimbus 1000 (QA9). Read More
• Broomsticks The Nimbus 1500 is a subsequent version of the famous Nimbus 1000 from the Nimbus Racing Broom Company (QA9). Read More
• Broomsticks The Nimbus 1700 is a later version of the original Nimbus 1000 created by the Nimbus Racing Broom Company (QA9). Read More
• Broomsticks The Nimbus 2000 is a high-end broomstick produced by the Nimbus Racing Broom Company. Harry Potter heard some boys admiring them in a shop window – “the new Nimbus Two Thousand – fastest ever” – during his first visit to Diagon Alley with Hagrid (PS5). Harry’s first… Read More
• Broomsticks The Nimbus 2001 is a deluxe model broom from the Nimbus Racing Broom Company and designer Devlin Whitehorn, which dominated the market in the late 20th century and outsold other racing brooms three-to-one (Pm). In Harry’s Second Year, the Slytherin Quidditch Team was outfitted with Nimbus 2001 racing… Read More
• Broomsticks The Nimbus Racing Broom Company was formed in 1967 by Devlin Whitehorn. It is is known for its superb racing brooms (QA9). Nimbus changed the business of racing brooms, with the arrival of its Nimbus 1000. It was a revolutionary design, and it quickly became a… Read More
• Books and Literature The Noble Sport of Warlocks is an early guide to Quidditch. Written in 1620, this book is a source for Kennilworthy Whisp’s book Quidditch Through the Ages, though not to the degree of Zacharias Mumps‘ work. Umfraville’s book includes a diagram of the seventeenth century pitch,… 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
• Sports teams The Norwegian National Teams come from the Northern European country of Norway. Quidditch The game of Quidditch was taken up at a very early stage in Norway and a poem extolling the highs (and lows) of Quidditch was written by Ingolfr the Iambic in the early 1400s (QA8). 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
• Glossary Food, a light meal (from a Yiddish term meaning ‘to nibble’) (NSOED). Read More
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• Sweets Nut brittle, a nut-filled sweet, was among Harry’s Christmas presents in his third year (PA11). Read More