• Books and Literature List of twenty-eight families supposedly having the purest bloodlines. The list appeared in the infamous publication ‘Pure-Blood Directory’ in the 1930s. Some families protested being included in the list, others complained because they were not included. The list is: Abbott Avery Black Bulstrode Burke Carrow Crouch Fawley Flint Gaunt Greengrass… Read More
• Headlines and advertisements Headline from a magical newspaper in 1926, referring to the dangerous criminal Grindelwald on the loose in Europe. Read More
• Plants Centaurs burn this, observing the fumes and flames to refine the results of their stargazing (OP27). Read More
• Symbols The 1920s No-Maj fanatical group known as the New Salem Philanthropic Society displayed a banner showing hands snapping a wizard’s wand in half over some red and yellow flames, invoking the memory of the Salem Witch Trials and witch-burnings of earlier centuries (WFT). Read More
• Organizations American No-Maj group seeking to expose and destroy witches and wizards in the 1920s led by the extremist Mary Lou Barebone, a descendant of Scourers, and her three adopted children. Their meeting place was the “dingy” New Salem Church in New York City where they ran a soup kitchen for… Read More
• Organizations A Salem-based organisation for witches to support one another in their endeavours (JKR:Tw). Some members of the Institute attended the Quidditch World Cup in 1994 (GF7). Read More
• Hogwarts The Ravenclaw hourglass in the Hogwarts Entrance Hall for recording House Points is filled with blue sapphires (Pm, OP38). Read More
• Glossary A variety of tangerine with a sharp taste, originally from Japan (NSOED). Read More
• Food and drinks Sausages are cylinders of minced meat eaten by Muggles and wizards alike. Read More
• Diseases and healing Wizards seem to earn their fair share of scars while tangling with Dark Wizards, Dark Creatures, or Dark objects, and can’t seem to hide them with magic. Read More
• Common items • Hogwarts academics Students typically carry bags filled with books, parchment, quills, homework, ¬†wands, potions ingredients and ink. Read More