• Potion ingredients Valerian root is a type of root used in potions, it is a key ingredient in the Draught of Living Death. Read More
• Books and Literature A Vampire’s Monologue is a book written by American vampire Amarillo Lestoat. So boring that the reader will fall into a stupor, rendering them easier prey for the vampire (FW). Read More
• Diseases and healing Vanishing sickness is a contagious wizarding disease, treated on the second floor of St Mungo’s hospital (OP22). Read More
• Broomsticks Brooms ridden by the Brazil National Team in the 2014 Quidditch World Cup tournament (Pm). Read More
• Magical objects A large dome of glass shaped like a bell was to be used by caretaker Rancorous Carpe in 1876 to encase and isolate Peeves, but the poltergeist broke the jar and escaped, holding siege to Hogwarts Castle for three days armed with “cutlasses, crossbows, a blunderbuss and a miniature cannon.”… Read More
• Plants The Venomous Tentacula is a spiky magical plant with teeth. The vines of this scary plant reach out toward people when it is teething (CS6). The bite of the Venomous Tentacula can be fatal. Minerva McGonagall’s husband Elphinstone Urquart died of such a bite three years after they were married… Read More
• Glossary An inhabited place large enough to have a church but smaller than a town, roughly speaking.  … Read More
• Magical objects Some match venues in the Quidditch League require invisibility charms due to suspicious Muggles. Spectators are reminded to collect their Re-Visibility Spectacles (Re-Visibility glasses) from the ticket office to be able to find the pitch. Read More
• Glossary A round flat-bottomed pastry shell with a flaky crust, filled with chopped meat, fish, egg, or similar in sauce (NSOED). They’re usually small. Read More
• Wizarding culture In an alternate timeline where Harry Potter died at Battle of Hogwarts (arising from the use by Albus Potter and Scorpius Malfoy of the Experimental Time Turner), this day for the celebration of Lord Voldemort features giant green banners with snake symbols hung around Hogwarts School (CC2.20). Read More
• Insults, Curses, and Interjections In an alternate timeline where Harry Potter died at Battle of Hogwarts (arising from the use by Albus Potter and Scorpius Malfoy of the Experimental Time Turner), saying this watchword or slogan is combined with putting a hand to the heart and then touching the wrists together. Read More