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Germany is a republic in central Europe. It is bordered to the north by the North Sea, Denmark, and the Baltic Sea; to the east by Poland and the Czech Republic; to the south by Austria and Switzerland; and to the west by France, Luxembourg, Belgium, and the Netherlands. Its capital city is Berlin. The Black Forest is located in southern Germany, which also contains the federated state of Bavaria.
Witches and wizards from Germany
Important witches and wizards from Germany included:
- Rudolph Spielman, Head of Incarceration at the International Confederation of Wizards in 1927.
- Rudolf Brand, Captain of the Heidelberg Harriers in 1953.
- Ellerby and Spudmore, founders of the broomstick company of the same name. Although their company is located in Germany, their names give rise to the suspicion that they are not native Germans.
- Bruno Schmidt, a child who killed an Erkling by hitting it over the head with his father's collapsible cauldron.
Magical games and sports
- In medieval Germany, the ancient game of Stichstock, a forerunner of modern Quidditch, was popular. The players had to puncture an inflated dragon bladder that was tied to a pole with the sharpened ends of their broomsticks. The bladder was defended by another player. The game died out in the 14th century.
- Quidditch became popular on the continent, and thus probably also in Germany, by the early 15th century. The Heidelberg Harriers were a well-known professional German Quidditch team. Their seven-day match against the Holyhead Harpies of 1953 was widely reckoned to be one of the finest ever seen. After the Harpies beat the Harriers, Harriers' Captain Rudolf Brand proposed to the Harpies' Captain and was hit over the head with her Cleansweep Five.
- The broomstick manufacturing company Ellerby and Spudmore resided in the Black Forest, but their brooms were never successful in professional Quidditch.
- Germany also had its own national Quidditch stadium.
- An illuminated manuscript dating back to early Medieval Ages that depicted three warlocks dismounting from their brooms was found in Germany.
Germany had its own Ministry of Magic.
In the 21st century, a branch of bowtruckles was unleashed as a Confoundable by the Calamity and had to be dealt with by the Statute of Secrecy Task Force and returned to the Black Forest in Germany.
Native to Germany
The following creatures are found in certain regions of Europe that Germany falls under:
The following creatures are found throughout the North Sea:
The following creatures are found throughout the Atlantic Ocean:
The following creatures were all found worldwide:
- Harry Potter: Quidditch World Cup (First appearance)
- Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them
- Quidditch Through the Ages
- Harry Potter: The Character Vault (Mentioned only)
- Harry Potter: Wizards Unite (Mentioned only)
Notes and references
- ↑ Quidditch Through the Ages, Chapter 2 (Ancient Broom Games)
- ↑ Quidditch Through the Ages, Chapter 8 (The Spread of Quidditch Worldwide)
- ↑ Quidditch Through the Ages, Chapter 1 (The Evolution of the Flying Broomstick)
- ↑ http://www.castingcallpro.com/uk/actor/profile/chris-warner-drake
- ↑ Harry Potter: Wizards Unite
- ↑ 6.0 6.1 Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them
- ↑ Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them