• Broomsticks Introduced for the first time at the 2014 Quidditch World Cup by the Japanese National Team, these brooms were completely designed and manufactured in Japan (Pm). Read More
• Timelines and calendars January first week – Hogwarts Express comes back to school from London and winter term starts at Hogwarts 9 – (1960) Severus Snape born 26 – Gilderoy Lockhart is born 30 – (1960) Lily Evans is born February 14 – Valentine’s Day – celebrated memorably in 1993… Read More
• Titles, nicknames, and honorifics A child in his or her first year of school. Read More
• Titles, nicknames, and honorifics Someone in his or her fifth year of school. Read More
• Hogwarts • Wizarding culture With their acceptance letter to Hogwarts, all students receive a shopping list of things to buy. It includes robes, a hat, a wand, books and equipment (PS5). Read More
• Books and Literature Supposedly autobiographical tales of bravery and skill out in the dangerous world. Read More
• Publications The New York Ghost is a wizarding newspaper in New York, USA. The newspaper was read within the Magical Congress of the United States (MACUSA): before Porpentina Goldstein interrupts, Percival Graves was examining the newspaper during a discussion among high-level Aurors and President Seraphina Picquery in the Major Investigation Department (WFT). Read More
• Food and drinks A dish of light, risen batter. It is often eaten with roast beef and it can be found around the joint of meat or served separately, in small ‘cakes’. It often has a soggy, sliceable middle, with highly crisped edges, and may be served as a savoury or sweet dish. Read More
• Wizarding culture A holiday dance and celebration held during a Triwizard Tournament (GF22). Read More