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|Abraxan Winged Horse||Beauxbatons Academy of Magic||Abraxan is a breed of large, powerful winged horses with a palomino colouring. A team of Abraxan winged horses were used to transport a carriage filled with Beauxbatons students to Hogwarts for the Triwizard Tournament of 1994.|
|Hagrid's Hut||Hogwarts Grounds||This small, wooden cabin nestled into the edge of the Forbidden Forest is the long time home of Rubeus Hagrid, the gamekeeper and Professor of Care of Magical Creatures at Hogwarts.|
|Buckbeak||Rubeus Hagrid||Buckbeak was a Hippogriff saved by Harry Potter from an unfair execution. Buckbeak was instrumental in enabling Sirius Black to escape the Dementors and leave Hogwarts.|
|Rubeus Hagrid||Hogwarts Grounds||Half-Giant, gamekeeper, and Professor of Care of Magical Creatures, Rubeus Hagrid has an affinity for tea, gardening, and magical creatures (especially of the extremely dangerous variety). He is rarely seen without his faithful boarhound, Fang, by his side.|
|Baby Norwegian Ridgeback||Romanian Dragon Sanctuary||Native to Norway, young Norwegian Ridgebacks develop the skill to breathe fire earlier than any other dragon breed. Hagrid illegally hatched a baby Norwegian Ridgeback, Norberta, who was eventually raised in a dragon sanctuary.|
|Kneazle||Magical Menagerie||An excellent pet for any witch or wizard, Kneazles are magical felines with a high intelligence and the ability to detect suspicious people. They are often bred with normal housecats, as purebred Kneazles require a special license to own.|
|Baby Hippogriff||Hogwarts Grounds||Hippogriffs build nests upon the ground for their young where they lay a single large, fragile egg which hatches within a remarkable 24 hours. Infant Hippogriffs can fly within a week of hatching.|
|Acromantula eggs||Island of Borneo||Acromantula Eggs are Class A Non-Tradeable Goods. Females can lay up to one hundred eggs at a time, and the eggs are roughly the size of beach balls.|
|Flobberworm||Slug & Jiggers Apothecary||Large, toothless brown worms, Flobberworms have the Beast Classification of X, the lowest classification on record, known simply as “boring”.|
|Monster Book of Monsters||Flourish and Blotts||The Monster Book of Monsters is an incredibly vicious fanged textbook used by Rubeus Hagrid when he taught Care of Magical Creatures. Opening the book requires that the user tame it by gently stroking its spine.|
|Hippogriff||Hogwarts Grounds||A Hippogriff is a flying magical creature with the head, talons, and wings of an eagle, and body, tail, and rear end of a horse. Hippogriffs are native to Europe and can make noble companions if shown the right level of respect.|
|Firenze||Forbidden Forest||Firenze is a Centaur who lives within the Forbidden Forest. He briefly broke with Centaur tradition and taught Divination at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry before eventually returning to his colony following the Battle of Hogwarts.|
|Baby Unicorn||Forbidden Forest||Unicorn foals are initially gold in colour before turning silver and then white as they mature. Unicorns inhabit the forests of Europe and their horn, blood, and hair all have coveted magical properties.|
|Puffskein||Magical Menagerie||A popular pet for wizarding children, a Puffskein is a docile magical creature covered in fur. They are easy to care for, and have no objection to being cuddled or thrown about.|
|Dragon Egg||Romanian Dragon Sanctuary||Dragon mothers are extremely protective of their eggs, breathing fire on them to keep them warm and incubate their young. Dragon Eggs are classified as Class A Non-Tradeable Material.|
|Blast-Ended Skrewt||Hogwarts Grounds||Blast-Ended Skrewts, controversially bred by Rubeus Hagrid, are a cross between Manticores and Fire Crabs. Aggressive and ill-tempered, male Blast-Ended Skrewts have stingers, while the females have suckers in order to suck blood.|
Borgin & Burkes
|Wanted Poster of an Azkaban Escapee||Hogsmeade Village||Relentlessly guarded by Dementors, Azkaban is a fortress prison for witches and wizards. The Dementors feed on every happy thought, leaving prisoners nothing more than an empty shell, devoid of hope, rendering escape nearly impossible.|
|Magick Moste Evile||Hogwarts Library Restricted Section||Magick Moste Evile was written by Godelot, one-time owner of the Elder Wand. Despite being a detailed exploration of the Dark Arts, it has no relevant information regarding Horcruxes. It will, however, emit a ghostly wail when slammed shut.|
|Hand of Glory||Borgin and Burkes||Best friend of thieves and plunderers, a Hand of Glory is a shrivelled up hand that gives light only to the one who holds it, even in complete darkness.|
|Flesh-Eating Slugs||Hogwarts Cabbage Patch||Flesh-Eating Slugs are a breed of magical garden slugs, commonly found in Great Britain. Their mucus has a corrosive effect on the skin, and it is recommended to use a specialised repellent to deal with these pests.|
|Vanishing Cabinet||Room of Requirement||A pair of Vanishing Cabinets allow for travel between two places. However, travel is only possible if both cabinets remain intact. Draco Malfoy famously used one to travel between Knockturn Alley and Hogwarts.|
|Knockturn Alley Sign||Knockturn Alley||Neighbouring the bustling marketplace of Diagon Alley, Knockturn Alley features niche stores that sell artefacts and supplies for Dark magic. Knockturn Alley has a reputation for being frequented by the less savoury members of the wizarding world.|
|Swooping Evil||Newton Scamander's suitcase||Swooping Evils are large flying magical creatures, and practice a form of encephalophagy - they are known to feed off of brains. It is recommended that only skilled magizoologists handle Swooping Evils.|
|Hag||Russia||Hags are beings that feast on children and appear as very old, ugly witches. Possessing very rudimentary magic, hags have appeared in Muggle fairy tales as a wholly stereotypical and unenlightened depiction of a “witch”.|
|Thestral||Forbidden Forest||Thestrals are gaunt, ghostly winged horses with leathery bat-like wings and reptilian facial features, invisible to all except those who have witnessed death. Excellent mounts, they can travel at incredible speed and cover vast distances.|
|Ministry Executioner||British Ministry of Magic||Ministry Executioners are tasked with executing magical creatures that have been deemed too dangerous by the Ministry of Magic. Walden Macnair, a ministry executioner was famously tasked with the execution of Buckbeak the Hippogriff.|
|Portrait of Bellatrix Lestrange||Malfoy Manor||Bellatrix Lestrange was one of Voldemort's most loyal and fanatical followers, known for her sadistic, unpredictable nature. Sentenced to life in prison at Azkaban for the torture of Alice and Frank Longbottom, she was killed at the Battle of Hogwarts.|
Fallen Ministry Atrium
|Magic is Might statue||British Ministry of Magic Atrium||The Magic is Might statue, a tribute to blood purity within the wizarding world, replaced the Fountain of Magical Brethren in the Ministry's atrium during Lord Voldemort's brief reign. It depicted the superiority of wizards and witches over Muggles.|
|Tom Riddle Snr's Gravestone||Little Hangleton graveyard||Tom Riddle Snr. was buried in Little Hangleton graveyard after he was murdered by his son - Lord Voldemort. His bones were later exhumed and used in Lord Voldemort's resurrection.|
|Tom Riddle||Professor Slughorn's Office||Tom Riddle's mother died shortly after giving birth to him at Wool's Orphanage. Albus Dumbledore recognised his magical potential and offered Tom a place at Hogwarts. The talented, disturbed youngster would grow up to become the notorious Lord Voldemort.|
|Percival Graves||MACUSA Auror Headquarters||A skilled Auror, Percival Graves was head of the Department of Magical Law Enforcement within the Magical Congress of the United States of America. In 1926, Graves was impersonated by Gellert Grindelwald.|
|Portrait of Voldemort||Malfoy Manor||Lord Voldemort was one of the most powerful and dangerous Dark wizards of all time, obsessed with finding the key to immortality. A portrait is regarded as only a representation of the living subject as seen by the artist.|
|Boggart Cabinet||Hogwarts Defence Against the Dark Arts Classroom||A Boggart is an amorphous shape-shifting creature that changes into whatever the viewer's worst fear is. Wizards are encouraged to approach a Boggart in a group, as the Boggart will be unable to focus on a single victim.|
|Gryffindor Student||Gryffindor Common Room||Brave, chivalrous, and with nerves of steel, students from Gryffindor House share in the legacy of Harry Potter, Albus Dumbledore, and Remus Lupin. Gryffindor has a fierce rivalry with Slytherin House.|
|Hufflepuff Student||Hufflepuff Common Room||Hufflepuff students embody patience, hard work, and loyalty. Cedric Diggory, Nymphadora Tonks, and Newt Scamander all famously graced Hufflepuff House. The Common Room can be accessed by tapping on a barrel by its entrance to the rhythm of “Helga Hufflepuff”.|
|Ravenclaw Student||Ravenclaw Common Room||Ravenclaws are clever, creative, and competitive students. Entrance to the Ravenclaw Common Room requires that students answer a riddle. Luna Lovegood, Gilderoy Lockhart, and Garrick Ollivander were all Ravenclaw students.|
|Slytherin Student||Slytherin Common Room||With ambitious, cunning, and resourceful students, Slytherin House has a legacy which includes Draco Malfoy, Severus Snape, and Tom Riddle. The spectacular Slytherin Common Room is located in the dungeons of Hogwarts, underneath the Black Lake.|
|Professor Flitwick||Hogwarts Charms Classroom||Filius Flitwick is the Professor of Charms and Head of Ravenclaw House at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Before embarking on his teaching career, Flitwick was a duelling champion.|
|Professor McGonagall||Hogwarts Transfiguration Classroom||An expert in Transfiguration, Minerva McGonagall has been at Hogwarts for several decades and has earned a reputation as a strict but fair educator. She is one of only seven legally registered Animagi from the last century.|
|Pomona Sprout||Hogwarts Greenhouse Three||Pomona Sprout teaches Herbology at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, and is Head of Hufflepuff House. Known for her cheerful demeanour, Professor Sprout helped brew the Mandrake Restorative Draught that healed students Petrified during attacks by Slytherin's Basilisk.|
|Moaning Myrtle||Hogwarts Girls Bathroom||A former student of Hogwarts, Myrtle Warren was killed under mysterious circumstances in a Hogwarts girls' bathroom. She now haunts the same lavatory, often heard moaning and sobbing all the way down the hall.|
|Peeves||Hogwarts Great Hall||The resident poltergeist at Hogwarts - Peeves has haunted the castle since its very inception. Relentlessly mischievous, he shows little respect for students, but has shown affinity for student troublemakers like Fred and George Weasley.|
|Hogwarts House Cup||Hogwarts Trophy Room||Every school year, the four Hogwarts Houses compete against one another to win the highly coveted House Cup, a prestigious honour awarded to the Hogwarts House that earns the most points throughout the year.|
|Fawkes||Albus Dumbledore||Fawkes the phoenix played a key role in helping Harry Potter defeat Slytherin's Basilisk in the Chamber of Secrets. Fawkes was a long time companion of Albus Dumbledore's - mysteriously disappearing after Dumbledore's death.|
|House Hourglasses||Hogwarts Great Hall||The Hogwarts Hourglasses count House points, using precious stones to represent each House: rubies for Gryffindor, diamonds for Hufflepuff, sapphires for Ravenclaw, and emeralds for Slytherin. Points are awarded based on student performance, behaviour, and excellence throughout the year.|
|Owl Lecturn||Hogwarts School||From behind this ancient owl lecturn, the headmaster or headmistress of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry presides over the Welcoming Feast. This feast welcomes both new and returning students to the upcoming school year.|
|Portrait of Albus Dumbledore||Hogwarts Headmaster's Office||One of the greatest wizards of all time, former Headmaster of Hogwarts Albus Dumbledore was known for - among many things - his alchemical work with Nicolas Flamel, the defeat of Gellert Grindelwald, and the 12 uses of dragon's blood.|
|Sorting Hat||Hogwarts Headmaster's Office||Originally owned by Godric Gryffindor, the Sorting Hat was enchanted by the four founders of Hogwarts to evaluate and properly sort first-year students into one of the four school houses: Gryffindor, Hufflepuff, Ravenclaw, or Slytherin.|
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|Portrait of Godric Gryffindor||Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry||One of the four founders of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, Godric Gryffindor prized the qualities of bravery, daring and nerve in his students. Two known relics of the venerable wizard remain: the Sorting Hat and the Sword of Gryffindor.|
|Portrait of Helga Hufflepuff||Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry||Unlike the other founders of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, who were highly selective of the students admitted to their houses, Helga Hufflepuff accepted anyone who wished to learn. She valued above all others the traits of determination and loyalty.|
|Portrait of Rowena Ravenclaw||Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry||One of the four founders of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, Rowena Ravenclaw valued intelligence and wit among the students selected for her house. The only known relic of Ravenclaw is a diadem said to enchance the wearer's cleverness.|
|Portrait of Salazar Slytherin||Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry||One of the most talented wizards of the time, Salazar Slytherin was among the four founders of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. For his house, he sought out students who exhibited cunning and ambition - and whose magical ancestry was purest.|
|Wild Boar||Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry||It is said that when the four founders were seeking a location to build their school of magic, Rowena Ravenclaw had a vision of a warty hog that guided her to a cliff overlooking a lake. Thus, Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry found its home - and its name.|
Room of Requirement I
|Weasley Fireworks||Weasleys' Wizard Wheezes||Weasleys' Wizard Wheezes stocks a variety of magical fireworks in their shop at 93 Diagon Alley. Some varieties have been charmed, including those that multiply every time one attempts to Vanish them or others that explode when struck by a stunning spell.|
|Young Luna Lovegood||Ravenclaw Common Room||Delightfully odd and quirky, Luna Lovegood was an intelligent, perceptive, brutally honest friend to Harry Potter. Daughter of Quibbler founder Xenophilius Lovegood, Luna was a talented duellist, proving her mettle in several battles during the Second Wizarding War.|
|Dumbledore's Army Duelling Dummy||Room of Requirement||These mechanical Death Eaters were used by Dumbledore's Army as they practised defending themselves against Dark magic. Following Educational Decree no. 24 by Headmistress Dolores Umbridge banning the existence of student organisations, Dumbledore's Army were forced to meet in secret.|
|Young Ginny Weasley||Room of Requirement||The only daughter of Arthur and Molly Weasley, the talented Ginny emerged from the long shadows of her brothers to play as both Chaser and occasionally Seeker for the Gryffindor Quidditch team.|
|Filch and Mrs Norris||Hogwarts Great Hall||Caretaker Argus Filch and his cat Mrs Norris can be spotted lurking the halls of Hogwarts, on the lookout for any misbehaving students and complaining about Peeves the Poltergeist. Filch happily issues write-ups for any number of transgressions.|
|Young Neville Longbottom||Room of Requirement||Neville Longbottom was notorious for his bad luck and forgetfulness at Hogwarts. Despite his humble beginnings, he excelled in Herbology and grew to become a hero in the Battle of Hogwarts, slaying Nagini the Maledictus with the Sword of Gryffindor.|
|Hedwig||Hogwarts Owlery||Harry received his owl Hedwig as a birthday gift from Hagrid. She remained his loyal companion throughout his years at Hogwarts, delivering his mail and keeping Harry company when he was sent back to the Dursley's home every summer.|
|Half-Blood Prince's Copy of Advanced Potion Making||Professor Slughorn's Potions Classroom||A used copy of Advanced Potion Making, personally annotated by the mysterious Half-Blood Prince. Replete with supplementary information about Potion recipes, the book featured entirely new spells.|
|Young Harry Potter||Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire||Harry Potter spent his early childhood with his Muggle relatives, the Dursleys. It wasn't until he turned eleven that he discovered he was actually one of the most famous wizards alive - having survived Lord Voldemort's Killing Curse.|
|Professor Snape||Hogwarts Potions Classroom||Severus Snape was the Potions Master at Hogwarts. While he posed as a Death Eater, Snape was secretly working with Dumbledore as a spy, infiltrating Lord Voldemort's inner circle and eventually guiding Harry in his fight against the Dark Lord.|
|Sirius Black||Number 12, Grimmauld Place||Sirius Black was best friends with James Potter, and godfather to his son, Harry. He was wrongly convicted for the murder of twelve Muggles and Peter Pettigrew and spent twelve years in Azkaban before he escaped.|
|Flying Key||Hogwarts Charms Classroom||Professor Filius Flitwick enchanted a flock of winged, flying keys, as a means of protecting the Philosopher's Stone. By obscuring which key was the “right” one, he hoped to discourage potential thieves.|
|Young Hermione Granger||Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire||Born to a pair of Muggle dentists, Hermione Granger was a highly accomplished witch during her time at Hogwarts. She excelled in nearly every subject and mastered magic and Potions that were considered too advanced for someone her age.|
|Wizard Chess Queen||Hogwarts Chess Chamber||Wizard Chess is an enchanted form of Muggle chess, except the game pieces move on their own and attack the opposing player's pieces when capturing. Pieces may offer advice to players they don't trust.|
|Young Ron Weasley||Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire||The youngest boy of the Weasley family, Ron befriended Harry Potter in their first year at Hogwarts. Ron helped Harry throughout his ordeal against Lord Voldemort, eventually acquitting himself well in the Battle of Hogwarts.|
|Albus Dumbledore||Hogwarts Headmaster's Office||Former Hogwarts Headmaster Albus Dumbledore was one of the most accomplished wizards of his time, serving as Harry Potter's mentor during Harry's time in school. Dumbledore was a beloved educator, impacting generations of young witches and wizards with his wisdom and guidance.|
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|Fred Weasley||Room of Requirement||Along with his twin brother George, Fred was among the first students to join Dumbledore's Army. It was an early act of rebellion against Professor Umbridge - a feud that would culminate in fireworks.|
|Angelina Johnson||Room of Requirement||In joining Dumbledore's Army, Angelina embraced the rebellion against Professor Umbridge, whose many offences included preventing Gryffindor Quidditch team members from playing.|
|Parvati Patil||Room of Requirement||As a member of Dumbledore's Army, Parvati became proficient at a number of defensive spell - even casting such an effective Reductor Curse that she reduced a table to dust. Her hard work resulted in Parvati earning an O.W.L. in Defence Against the Dark Arts.|
|George Weasley||Room of Requirement||Along with his twin brother Fred, George learned defensive spells in Dumbledore's Army that would serve him well at the Battle of Hogwarts. One such spell was Expecto Patronum, which conjures a protective Patronus - a Magpie, in Fred and George's cases.|
|Dumbledore’s Army Sign-up Sheet||Room of Requirement||A seemingly-innocent piece of parchment, this list of signatures contained a powerful curse that would punish any member who divulged the secrets of Dumbledore's Army.|
Yule Ball Great Hall
|Harry and Parvati||Yule Ball Great Hall||Although Parvati was keen to dance with Harry at the Yule Ball opening ceremony, it would prove to be the only dance that the pair would share. When Harry expressed disinterest in the festivities, she left him to mope with Ron and joined a Durmstrang student on the dance floor.|
|Hagrid and Madame Maxime||Yule Ball Great Hall||Before Hagrid and Madame Maxime had an emotional misunderstanding about whether she was half-giant or simply big-boned, the two shared a delightful dance at the Hogwarts Yule Ball.|
|Hermione and Viktor||Yule Ball Great Hall||Although Viktor had no shortage of potential dates to the Yule Ball, it was Hermione who caught his eye. He spent weeks working up the nerve to ask her out, finally finding an opportunity while she studied in the Hogwarts Library.|
|Fred and Angelina||Yule Ball Great Hall||Friends, classmates and teammates on the Gryffindor Quidditch team, Fred and Angelina made a dashing match at the Hogwarts Yule Ball.|
|Yule Ball Program||Yule Ball Great Hall||Intricately cut from silver parchment, this printed programme appeared on tables at the Hogwarts Yule Ball event.|
|Young Sirius Black||Hogwarts school grounds||Sirius Black (alias Padfoot) was the first member of the Black family ever sorted into Gryffindor.|
|Young James Potter||Hogwarts school grounds||Renowned Gryffindor Seeker James Potter (or Prongs to those in the know) lead the incorrigible group of delinquents known as the Marauders.|
|Young Remus Lupin||Hogwarts school grounds||In addition to being a talented young wizard, Remus John Lupin (or Moony to his friend) was a werewolf. As a Gryffindor prefect, he attempted to be the level head of the Marauders.|
|Young Peter Pettigrew||Hogwarts school grounds||Peter Pettigrew (also known as Wormtail) was a small, mousy boy who gravitated toward the popular and powerful.|
|Unfinished Marauder's Map||Hogwarts school grounds||Cunningly enchanted with a mischievous personality, the map reads: Messers Moony, Wormtail, Padfoot and Prongs proudly present the Marauder's Map.|
|Flock of Interdepartmental Memos||British Ministry of Magic Atrium||Communication across all department of the British Ministry of Magic is facilitated by Interdepartmental Memos: purple self-propelled paper aeroplanes. The previous communication solution - owls - were replaced after realising the mess made from their droppings.|
|Daily Prophet Stand||British Ministry of Magic Atrium||The Daily Prophet is the only official wizarding news outlet in Britain, and its two editions are delivered daily to witches and wizards via owl. Closely linked to the British Ministry of Magic, some claim the paper shows an occasional bias.|
|Ministry Official||Ministry Official's Cubicle||The Ministry of Magic serves as the primary governing body within the United Kingdom. Ministers work for the Ministry doing all sorts of crucial jobs, from law enforcement to research and education to traditional governance.|
|Ministry Administrator||Ministry of Magic Portkey Office||The Ministry of Magic has hundreds of employees in varying capacities, but an overarching priority for every member is the enforcement of the Statute of Secrecy. Signed in 1692, the statute has successfully kept the magical and Muggle worlds separate.|
|Prophecy Record||Ministry of Magic Department of Mysteries||These orbs are a means of keeping a record of prophecies made by Seers, kept within the Department of Mysteries at the Ministry of Magic. An orb can only be found and collected by the person who is the subject of the prophecy itself.|
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|The Veil||]Ministry of Magic Department of Mysteries||A portal between the world of the living and the dead, the Veil resides within the Death Chamber inside the Ministry of Magic's secretive Department of Mysteries. Once one crosses the threshold into the Veil, there is no return.|
|Fountain of Magical Brethren||British Ministry of Magic Atrium||This fountain features five golden statues representing a wizard, witch, Goblin, Centaur, and House-Elf. Located in the atrium of the Ministry of Magic, it depicts the bond between all magical beings and beasts.|
|Bogrod||Gringotts Wizarding Bank||Goblins are proud magical beings that are known for their work with metals, particularly silver. They believe that an object's true owner is the one who makes it, not who purchases it. Gringotts Wizarding Bank is run by Goblins.|
|Tank of Brains||Ministry of Magic Department of Mysteries||The Tank of Brains is located within the Department of Mysteries at the British Ministry of Magic. When disturbed, the brains within the tank are capable of emitting dangerous tendrils of thought which are powerful enough to suffocate a human.|
|Ministy Employee Newt Scamander||Department for the Regulation and Control of Magical Creatures||Before becoming a world-renowned Magizoologist and author of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, Newt Scamander worked at the British Ministry of Magic’s Department for the Regulation and Control of Magical Creatures. His extensive knowledge of beasts and the unique bonds that he was capable of forming with them led to a series of rapid promotions within the department.|
|Arthur Weasley||Misuse of Muggle Artefacts Office, 1992||The head of the Weasley household, Arthur Weasley has an immense fascination with Muggles and how they manage their daily lives without magic. During the Second Wizarding War, Arthur joined the Order of the Phoenix and fought at the Battle of Hogwarts.|
|Mad-Eye Moody||Ministry of Magic Auror Headquarters||One of the greatest Aurors to ever live, Alastor “Mad-Eye” Moody was responsible for apprehending a considerable number of Dark Wizards at great cost to himself - losing a leg, a part of his nose and (most famously) an eye in the process.|
|Ministry Visitor's Entrance||British Ministry of Magic||The Visitor's Entrance to the British Ministry of Magic is accessed through a worn phone box located on an unremarkable London street. To access the Ministry, one must dial 62442 inside the booth.|
|Nymphadora Tonks||Ministry of Magic Department of Mysteries||A skilled but clumsy Auror, Nymphadora Tonks was known for being a Metamorphmagus - having the ability to change some of her physical features at will. Tonks was tragically killed at the Battle of Hogwarts alongside her husband, Remus Lupin.|
|Wizengamot Accusation Chair||Courtroom Ten, British Ministry of Magic||Part of the Wizengamot's function is to act as high court for the British Wizarding community. The accusation chair binds the accused to its seat during trial using unbreakable magical chains.|
|Young Graphorn||Newt Scamander's Suitcase||Graphorns are large, aggressive hump-backed creatures native to the mountains of Europe, whose horns are a highly sought-after Potions ingredient. In 1926 Newt Scamander was known to have the last breeding pair of Graphorns, working toward a re-population strategy.|
|Baby Niffler||Newt Scamander's Suitcase||Nifflers can have large litters of up to 8 babies, which can come in a variety of different colours, ranging from the typical black to brown & white, grey & white, and tricolour. They are born with an instinctive love for anything shiny or glittery.|
|Niffler||Edith Abernathy||Nifflers are adorable creatures with a love for shiny objects, but can be quite mischievous if left unattended. Their ability to find valuable metals is often used by wizards as a means of tracking down treasure.|
|Billywig||Darwin, Australia||Billywigs are an insect native to Australia. Their stings cause giddiness and levitation and too many stings can cause this levitation to last for days on end. Their stingers are coveted for use in several Potions.|
|Mooncalf||Cork, Ireland||Mooncalves are extremely shy creatures that only leave their burrows during a full moon. It is believed that their dung, when harvested before sunrise, will make magical plants grow stronger.|
|Pickett||Newt Scamander's Pocket||Pickett is Newt Scamander's beloved Bowtruckle companion. Strong minded and determined, Pickett can frequently be found in the top pocket of Scamander's coat due to his attachment issues.|
|Branch of Bowtruckles||The Black Forest, Germany||Bowtruckles are tiny tree-dwelling creatures that have the appearance of a twig, which allows them to camouflage with their surroundings. Considered to be tree guardians, they favour trees that can be used to create wands.|
|Erumpent||Kilimanjaro Region, Tanzania||Erumpents are large, dangerous creatures with an extremely thick hide that can repel most spells, and a horn that contains a liquid that can explode. Erumpent horns, tail and exploding fluid are highly sought after.|
|Demiguise||Newt Scamander's Suitcase||Peaceful, primate-like creatures who are found in the Far East, Demiguises can make themselves invisible, and their hair can be used to weave Invisibility Cloaks. Demiguises have precognitive sight so that the only way to catch them is to do something completely unpredictable.|
|Murtlap||Newt Scamander's Suitcase||Murtlaps are sea creatures whose flesh has magical properties. Tentacles can be eaten to improve resistance to jinxes, while pickled and strained Murtlap is used in a common home remedy to treat cuts and abrasions.|
|Mountain Troll||Liechtenstein||Mountain Trolls are the largest breed of troll (some weighing as much as a tonne) and, while they are the most aggressive, they remain relatively unintelligent. They can be easily out-smarted and defeated by most capable wizards.|
New York City Street
|Thunderbird||Arizona||Thunderbirds are massive birds that are highly sensitive to danger and have the power to ofcreate storms as they fly. They are native to the deserts of America and their feathers have been used in wandmaking.|
|Newt Scamander||Newt Scamander's Suitcase||Newt Scamander grew to become a famed Magizoologist, known for his book "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them". His talent for handling and connecting with magical creatures is legendary, with many species treating him differently than other humans.|
|Unicorn||Estonia||The Unicorn is a magical white horse featuring a single horn upon its head. They possess magical properties: Unicorn hair used in wands cores tend to produce the most consistent magic while Unicorn Blood is said to lengthen one's lifespan.|
|Occamy eggs||Newt Scamander's Suitcase||Occamy eggs are made of pure silver, and are protected vigilantly by adult Occamy. Aside from their pure value as an ore, the eggs are an essential ingredient for the Potion Felix Felicis, making the eggs incredibly valuable.|
|Occamy||Newt Scamander's Suitcase||Occamy are winged serpents that are choranaptyxic - able to grow or shrink to fit into any available size. Occamy are native to Asia and are protective of their eggs, which are made of silver and therefore immensely valuable.|
World Cup Grounds
|Gobstones Set||Slytherin Common Room||A messy children's game similar to marbles where, when a player loses a point, a gobstone will spray putrid liquid on the player. Despite its reputation as a children's game, the Gobstones World Championship is taken very seriously by afficionados.|
|Quaffle||Puddlemere United||Quaffles are 12 inch, red, oddly-shaped leather balls that are thrown through large hoops in order to score points in Quidditch. Each time a Quaffle is thrown through a hoop, the throwing team scores 10 points.|
|Magical megaphone||Department of Magical Games and Sports||Similar to a Muggle megaphone, this megaphone is enchanted to amplify sound even further than its Muggle counterpart. Magical megaphones can fill large areas with sound and are a favoured method of amplification at wizarding sporting events.|
|Quidditch World Cup||International Confederation of Wizards' Quidditch Committee||Since 1473 the Quidditch World Cup has been the wizarding world's premier international sporting event. Held every four years, national teams from across the globe battle for the prestigious title of world champions.|
|Chudley Cannons Player||Chudley Cannons Quidditch Pitch||The Chudley Cannons were a once dominant Quidditch team that has endured a long period of failure. In 1972 the team motto changed from “We Shall Conquer” to “Let's all just keep our fingers crossed and hope for the best”.|
Hogwarts Quidditch Pitch
|Bludger||Quality Quidditch Supplies||Bludgers are 10-inch iron balls that magically fly about a Quidditch pitch, knocking players from their brooms. Two Beaters - players equipped with iron bats - spend the match protecting their Teammates by knocking bludgers away.|
|Golden Snitch||The Chudley Cannons||The smallest ball in Quidditch, the autonomously flying Golden Snitch is worth 150 points and immediately ends the match when caught. Each team has a single Seeker and they are the only players allowed to capture the Golden Snitch.|
|Quidditch Keeper Ron||Hogwarts Quidditch Pitch||Long-shot Ron Weasley was appointed Keeper of Gryffindor's Quidditch team after an uneven tryout during his fifth year at Hogwarts. He eventually overcame his limitations and helped them win the Quidditch Cup that same year.|
|Quidditch Pitch Stands||Hogwarts Quidditch Pitch||To be closer to the competition, the wooden seating towers of the Hogwarts Quidditch Pitch loom high above the ground. The stands in between are decorated with the house colours and mascots of the two teams participating in the match.|
|Beater's bat||Chudley Cannons Quidditch Pitch||In Quidditch, Beaters use these magically reinforced bats to redirect the animated iron Bludgers away from their fellow Teammates and (preferably) towards the rival team. Bludgers were once made of rock, but their tendency to shatter inspired a redesign.|
|House of Exploding Snap Cards||Hufflepuff Common Room||Exploding Snap is a popular card game where the cards periodically explode in the players' hands. The game can be played solo or in groups and is mildly dangerous. It features alternative rulesets such as a Bavarian Rules variant.|
|Nimbus 2000||Hogwarts Quidditch Pitch||Produced by the Nimbus Racing Broom Company, the Nimbus 2000 was the fastest competitive broomstick on the market when released. That lasted only a short time, as the broom's speed was surpassed by the Nimbus 2001 the following year.|
|Triwizard Cup||Hogwarts Triwizard Maze||The Triwizard Cup is the prize given to the wizarding school whose selected champion wins the prestigious and highly dangerous Triwizard Tournament, a competition between the three largest European wizarding schools: Durmstrang, Beauxbatons, and Hogwarts.|
|Goblet of Fire||Department of Magical Games and Sports||The Goblet of Fire is used to select champions representing each of the three wizarding schools that participate in the dangerous Triwizard Tournament. Once chosen, champions are magically bound to compete in the tournament, and cannot withdraw.|
|Quidditch Captain Harry Potter||Hogwarts Quidditch Pitch||Quidditch prodigy Harry Potter was discovered whilst breaking the rules during flying class. The first year Seeker eventually grew to become Captain of the Gryffindor Quidditch team by his sixth year at Hogwarts.|
|Quidditch Through the Ages||Oliver Wood||Quidditch Through the Ages is the definitive source for the history, rules, and evolution of the wizarding sport. Hogwarts's copy is protected by a Thief's Curse, due to its popularity among students.|
Hogwarts Quidditch Stands I
|Quidditch Tryouts Seamus Finnigan||Hogwarts Quidditch Stands||When Seamus tried out for Chaser of the Gryffindor Quidditch team, he was ultimately out-flown and outscored by Dean Thomas. Despite some ill feelings over his failure to make the team, Seamus continued to be an ardent supporter.|
|Quidditch Fan Neville Longbottom||Hogwarts Quidditch Stands||Although he was never much of an athlete himself, Neville was a proud supporter of the Gryffindor Quidditch team, both as a student and later as a professor.|
|Quidditch Fan Luna Lovegood||Hogwarts Quidditch Stands||Despite belonging to Ravenclaw House, Luna was happy to show support for the Gryffindor Quidditch team when they faced Slytherin. Her lion hat quickly gained notoriety for its quirky appearance and realistic roar that could be heard over the cheering crowd.|
|Gryffindor Quidditch Banner||Hogwarts Quidditch Stands||This handmade banner proudly proclaims support for the Gryffindor Quidditch team.|
|Quidditch Fan Hermione Granger||Hogwarts Quidditch Stands||While she was not the most fervent follower of Quidditch, Hermione proudly supported the Gryffindor Quidditch team and cheered on her friends, Seeker Harry Potter and Keeper Ron Weasley.|
Hogwarts Quidditch Stands II
|Madam Hooch||Quidditch pitch, Hogwarts School||Rolanda Hooch was the flying teacher, Quidditch referee and coach Hogwarts. Despite fierce rivalries between teams, she insisted on sportsmanlike conduct in all matches that she officiated.|
|Quidditch Captain Cedric Diggory||Quidditch pitch, Hogwarts School||Hufflepuff Prefect and Quidditch team Captain Cedric Diggory was popular and well-respected student even before his selectio as Triwizard Champion.|
|Slytherin Seeker Draco Malfoy||Quidditch pitch, Hogwarts School||Draco Malfoy became Slytherin team Seeker in his second year at Hogwarts. Despite accusations of buying his way onto the team, Draco acquitted himself well on the pitch and remained Slytherin's Seeker for years to come.|
|Slytherin Quidditch Banner||Quidditch pitch, Hogwarts School||Proudly displayed during Quidditch matches, this silver and emerald banner represents house Slytherin.|
|Quidditch Captain Marcus Flint||Quidditch pitch, Hogwarts School||As Captain of the Slytherin Quidditch team, Marcus was known for his fierce competitiveness and loose adherence to the rules.|
Room of Requirement II
|Weasley Clock||The Burrow||Instead of telling time, the Weasleys Clock keeps track of the whereabouts of all the members of the Weasley family, including such locations as “work”, “school”, and “mortal danger”.|
|Remembrall||Neville Longbottom||Though it appears as just a small glass ball, the Remembrall fills with bright red smoke to indicate to its owner that they have forgotten something of importance. It does not, however, remind the user what specifically has been forgotten.|
|Hagrid's Umbrella||Rubeus Hagrid||Forbidden from doing magic, it is rumoured that remnants of Hagrid's wand are concealed within his ever-present pink umbrella. Hagrid lost his privilege to do magic when he was expelled from Hogwarts and his wand was snapped in two.|
|Quill of Acceptance and Book of Admittance||Hogwarts Headmaster's Office||The Quill of Acceptance detects the birth of magical children, and records their names in the Book of Admittance. if the two agree. The book is later used by Hogwarts staff to admit new students to Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.|
|Decoy Detonators||Weasleys' Wizard Wheezes||Created by Weasleys' Wizard Wheezes, Decoy Detonators are used to create annoyingly loud, explosive diversions. When dropped, the Detonators walk away and then loudly explode, spewing putrid black smoke to distract anyone nearby.|
|Sword of Gryffindor||Hogwarts Headmaster's Office||Made of pure Goblin's Silver, the Sword of Gryffindor is over 1000 years old. The sword makes itself available to true Gryffindors when needed and was used to dispatch Slytherin's Basilisk and the Maledictus, Nagini.|
|Mirror of Erised||Hogwarts Third Floor Corridor||The Mirror of Erised shows the deepest, most desperate desires of those who look into it. The visions within the mirror have been known to cause madness in those who could not separate what was real from what was not.|
|Dumbledore's Memory Cabinet||Hogwarts Headmaster's Office||Hogwarts Headmaster Albus Dumbledore kept his Pensieve out of sight in this Memory Cabinet. It was used by Dumbledore and Harry Potter to view various memories, including those of Professor Slughorn and his interactions with the young Tom Riddle.|
|Pensieve||Hogwarts Headmaster's Office||A Pensieve is a shallow basin filled with a cloud-like silvery substance where a wizard's memories can be stored, sifted through and examined in a perfect reproduction of the memory.|
|Philosopher's Stone||Nicolas Flamel||Created by Nicolas Flamel, the Philosopher's Stone is capable of indefinitely extending the lifespan of those who use it. The Stone was kept within Hogwarts for safe-keeping, until an attempt to steal it forced Flamel to destroy the Stone for good.|
Room of Requirement III
|Marauder's Map||Harry Potter||This enchanted map shows the entirety of Hogwarts, while also showing the location and identity of anyone walking through the grounds. It was created by the four Marauders - Sirius Black, James Potter, Remus Lupin, and Peter Pettigrew.|
|Mad-Eye Moody's Eye||Alastor Moody||The titular eye of Mad-Eye Moody is capable of seeing through anything, including solid wood and the back of his head. It was stolen by Dolores Umbridge following Moody's death and used to monitor her subordinates at the Ministry of Magic.|
|Hermione's Time-Turner||Hermione Granger||Time-Turners are magical objects that can send the wearer back in time. They are one of the most regulated magical objects in the wizarding world, as disturbing the natural order of time is remarkably dangerous and often has dire consequences.|
|Sirius' Flying Motorbike||Sirius Black||Sirius Black gave his flying motorbike to Rubeus Hagrid on the night Harry Potter's parents were killed. Hagrid used the bike to bring the newly orphaned infant to the Dursley's house at 4 Privet Drive.|
|Cursed Opal Necklace||Borgin and Burkes||This Opal Necklace has a deadly curse placed upon it. The necklace has killed nineteen Muggles, and badly injured a young witch, Katie Bell. Even barely touching the necklace can cause the curse to spread, sending its victims into agonising pain.|
|Omnioculars||Ron Weasley||Designed for the Quidditch aficionado, Omnioculars not only magnify the view, but they can slow down and repeat the action in a detailed play-by-play breakdown.|
Room of Requirement IV
|Dirigible plum||Ottery St Catchpole||Dirigible plums are orange fruits that grow upside down on a bush, appearing to float in the air. They are believed to enhance the “ability to accept the extraordinary” within those who consume them.|
|Music Box||Romilda Vane||A delightful music box, featuring a dancing troll. Some music boxes have been known to be enchanted, causing whoever listens to its sinister, tinkling tune to fall asleep.|
|Self-Playing Harp||Madame Malkin||In his search for the Philosopher's Stone, Professor Quirinus Quirrell enchanted a harp to play on its own to induce Fluffy the Cerberus into sleep. Quirrell was then able to sneak past the sleeping beast.|
|Crystal Ball||Cassandra Vablatsky||Also known by Seers as “The Orb”, crystal balls are used for divination purposes. According to Professor Sybill Trelawney, crystal gazing is a refined art, and not all wizarding students are able to see anything.|
|Quibbler||Luna Lovegood||The Quibbler - “The Wizarding World's Alternative Voice” - is a wizarding tabloid, often disregarded for printing conspiracy theories and odd stories.|
|Whomping Willow||Hogwarts Grounds||The Whomping Willow is a particularly violent tree planted on the grounds of Hogwarts. Its limbs attack anything that crosses its path, and it was planted right over a secret passage to the Shrieking Shack in Hogsmeade.|
|The Knight Bus||Diagon Alley||The Knight Bus is a magical triple-decker bus that provides emergency transport for stranded members of the wizarding world. Capable of extraordinarily fast travel, the haphazard way the bus manoeuvres through traffic gives passengers a truly unique experience.|
|Grawp||The Forbidden Forest||The giant Grawp is the half-brother of Rubeus Hagrid. At sixteen feet tall, he was considered too small for a giant, and was abandoned by his mother. Hagrid took care of him instead, and hid him within the Forbidden Forest.|
|Weasleys' Flying Car||Ottery St Catchpole||Arthur Weasley enchanted a Muggle car to fly. After they missed the train to Hogwarts, the car was “borrowed” by Harry and Ron so they wouldn't be late. They accidentally flew the car directly into the Whomping Willow upon their arrival.|
|Wanted Poster Of Sirius Black||Hogsmeade Village||After being held for twelve years under false accusations, Sirius Black was the first wizard to ever escape from Azkaban Prison by squeezing through his cell's bars in his Animagus form.|
|Howler||Molly Weasley||Howlers are magical letters that, when opened, read aloud the writer's message - usually at a very high volume. They are typically used as a form of punishment and they increase in intensity the longer they remain sealed.|
King's Cross Station
|Hogwarts Express Engine||Platform 9 3/4||After assembling on Platform Nine and Three-Quarters at King's Cross Station in London, Hogwarts students catch the steam-powered Hogwarts Express to Hogsmeade Station at the beginning of the school year. They return back on the same train at the end of term.|
|Foe Glass||Ministry of Magic Auror Headquarters||Foe-Glass is a type of Dark Detector. Enemies of the owner of the glass appear as shadows, but become clearer as they get closer to the owner's location.|
|Baby Mandrake||Hogwarts Greenhouse Three||Mandrakes are magical plants coveted by Potion masters. When pulled from the soil, they cry out. Cries from a mature Mandrake are fatal, and even a seedling's wail can knock a wizard unconscious unless earmuffs are worn during re-potting.|
|Platform 9 3/4 Sign||King's Cross Station||Platform Nine and Three-Quarters is not visible to Muggles that frequent King's Cross Station in London. Platform 9 3/4 is accessible by running directly into the wall between Platforms 9 and 10.|
|Giant's Helm||Unknown Lake, Russia||An abnormally large combat helmet, fit for a giant. The great Giant Wars took place before the end of the nineteenth century, and the conflict is an O.W.L-Level subject matter in the History of Magic curriculum.|
Weasleys' Wizard Wheezes
|Open Skiving Snackbox||Weasleys' Wizard Wheezes||This box of magical sweets was devised by the Weasley twins to make you ill enough to get out of class, but well again for your afternoon activities. Box Contains: Fainting Fancies, Fever Fudge, Nosebleed Nougat and Puking Pastille. (Manufacturer's warning: take in singulsr doses, if you know what's good for you.)|
|Proprietor George Weasley||Weasleys' Wizard Wheezes||Prankster and entrepreneur George Weasley founded the highly successful Weasleys' Wizard Wheezes joke shop with his brother Fred. After Fred's untimely death, a third Weasley brother, Ron, joined the business.|
|Proprietor Fred Weasley||Weasleys' Wizard Wheezes||Together with his brother George, Fred Weasley invented magical mischief-making products while at Hogwarts. Eventially, the twins turned the entreprise into a business with the opening of Weasleys' Wizard Wheezes.|
|Lee Jordan||Weasleys' Wizard Wheezes||During his ears at Hogwarts, Lee became a close friend (and pranking accomplice) of Fred and George Weasley. He eagerly assisted the twins in the development and testing of Weasleys' Wizard Wheezes prototype products.|
|Puking Pastilles Display||Weasleys' Wizard Wheezes||These double-ended, colour-coded chews are designed to induce and alleviate vomiting, allowing the consumer to convincingly feign illness to avoid unwanted obligations.|
|Pixie||Hogwarts Defence Against the Dark Arts Classroom||Pixies are small, mischievous flying creatures with blue skin that adore practical jokes and tricks. They are incredibly strong, able to lift people off of the ground by themselves.|
|Brown Centaur||Argos, Greece||Centaurs are half-human, half-horse creatures that are gifted in Divination. They are proud and territorial by nature, and have an aversion to being “used” by wizardkind in any capacity, as it is seen as an insult and betrayal of their kind.|
|Vampire||Transylvania, Romania||Vampires are humanoid creatures that feed on the blood of humans. Vampires cannot roam out in the daylight and have an aversion to garlic.|
|Centaur Bow||The Forbidden Forest||The bow and arrow are a common weapon among forest-dwelling creatures such as Centaur and Pukwudgie. Some Centaur-constructed bows have been known to be made from the wood of an oak tree endemic to the Forbidden Forest of Hogwarts.|
|Werewolf||St Mungo's Hospital||A Werewolf is a human being who transforms into a wolf during the full moon. While a bite from a Werewolf in wolf form passes on the lycanthropy to its victim, an attack from an untransformed Werewolf has relatively minor side effects.|
|Doxy||Number 12, Grimmauld Place Curtains||Often mistaken for Fairies, Doxies are small flying pests that can infest draperies. They are annoying, featuring two rows of sharp, venomous teeth. Doxycide is used to remove the pests from an infected residence.|
|Horned Serpent||Delaware River, United States||Most commonly found in North America, Horned Serpents are highly sought after for the jewel inlaid in their foreheads, believed to grant flight and invisibility. Their horns have magical properties and can be used for the core of wands.|
|Horned Serpent Egg||Massachusetts, United States||Once native to Western Europe, the Horned Serpent was hunted to extinction there. Today, breeding Horned Serpents may still be found in the wilds of North America and Asia.|
|Leprechaun||Quidditch World Cup Pitch||Leprechauns are six-inch-tall magical creatures native to Ireland. Pranksters by nature, they take great pleasure in attracting Muggles' attention, and are capable of creating gold coins that disappear after a few hours.|
|Erkling||The Black Forest||Erklings are elfish creatures who use their alluring cackle to attract their prey. Human children are susceptible to this sound and are often the unfortunate targets of Erkling attacks.|
|Antipodean Opaleye||Taupo Volcanic Zone, New Zealand||The Antipodean Opaleye is so named for its multi-hued, pupil-less eyes and shimmering scales. The New Zealand native dragon uncommonly prefers valleys to mountains and exhibits little aggression toward humans.|
|Antipodean Opaleye Egg||Taupo Volcanic Zone, New Zealand||Stony grey in colour, the egg of the Antipodean Opaleye dragon is sometimes mistaken by Muggles for a fossil.|
|Chinese Fireball||Zhangjiajie, China||Sometimes known as the Liondragon, the Chinese Fireball is highly aggressive and considers humans to be a favourite food source. Despite its ferocity, it is more tolerant than other dragon species, sometimes sharing its territory with one or two others.|
|Chinese Fireball Egg||Zhangjiajie, China||The egg of the Chinese Fireball dragon is vivid red speckled with gold, and the shells are much prized in Chinese wizardry.|
|Peruvian Vipertooth||Ucayali, Peru||The smallest and swiftest of the dragon species, the Peruvian Vipertooth has short horns and venomous fangs used to subdue its prey. It is especially aggressive toward humans, which it considers part of its preferred diet alongside goats and cows.|
|Peruvian Vipertooth Egg||Ucayali, Peru||The egg of the Peruvian Vipertooth dragon is blue in colour, beautifully contrasted against the mother's copper scales.|
|Common Welsh Green||Brecon Beacons Mountain Range, Wales||Among the least troublesome of the dragon species, the Common Welsh Green nests in remote, mountainous areas far from human populations. However, the Ilfracombe Incident of 1932, in which a lone Welsh Green panicked a group of Muggle sunbathers, proves that even relatively docile dragons require careful management.|
|Common Welsh Green Egg||Brecon Beacons Mountain Range, Wales||Brown with green speckles, the egg of the Common Welsh Green can be found in the dragons' mountain nesting grounds.|
|Death Eater||Little Hangleton graveyard||The fanatical followers of Lord Voldemort, known as Death Eaters, joined his cause for a variety of reasons - some shared his views on blood purity and wizarding superiority, while others relished the opportunity to commit acts of violence and oppression.|
|Azkaban Escapee||Azkaban Prison||Isolated on an island somewhere in the North Sea, the fortress prison of Azkaban holds the wizarding world's most dangerous criminals. Despite its remote location and intense security, a handful of breakout attempts have been successful.|
|Three-Headed Dog||Isle of Crete, Greece||With three heads and thrice the usual number of teeth, the Three-Headed Dog is an effective - and intimidating - guard. For a time, the only known Philosopher's Stone was guarded by one such beast.|
|Hogwarts: A History||Hermione Granger||Written by esteemed historian Bathilda Bagshot, this book covers the history, tales, and secrets of Hogwarts Castle. When the Chamber of Secrets was opened in Harry's second school year, no copies of the book remained in the school's library.|
|Magical Waterplants of the Mediterranean||Neville Longbottom||Written by Herbologist Hadrian Whittle, Magical Waterplants of the Mediterranean is a complete record of plants found in the Mediterranean Sea that contain magical properties. It also documents how to harvest and use each plant.|
|A Beginner's Guide to Transfiguration||Calvert Tillery||Emeric Switch penned this standard, required text for first year students at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. It details the basics of Transfiguration, one of the most complex disciplines taught at the school.|
|Advanced Rune Translation||Maisie Sheppard||Advanced Rune Translation is a required text for the elective course Study of Ancient Runes. The course can be taken by students who have entered their third year or later at Hogwarts.|
|Unfogging the Future||Lavender Brown||A required text for the Hogwarts elective class Divination, Unfogging the Future is written by Cassandra Vablatsky, and is a guide to standard fortune-telling methods, including palmistry, crystal balls, and bird entrails.|
|The Essential Defence Against the Dark Arts||Zelda Hum||Compiled by Arsenius Jigger, The Essential Defence Against the Dark Arts covers a variety of dark creatures and spells, and how to combat each effectively. Some of the creatures the book details are Red Caps, Grindylows, Boggarts, and Werewolves.|
|A History of Magic||Hermione Granger||The A History of Magic textbook, written by famed historian Bathilda Bagshot, is a standard text for students at Hogwarts. The comprehensive tome covers most everything relevant to the wizarding world up until the turn of the 20th century.|
|Moste Potente Potions||Bernadette Beauchene||Moste Potente Potions was penned by Phineas Bourne. It contains recipes for advanced and potentially dangerous Potions, including the Polyjuice Potion. The Hogwarts Library has a copy of Moste Potente Potions kept in its Restricted Section.|
|The Standard Book of Spells||Sophie Duchamps||The Standard Book of Spells, by Miranda Goshawk, is a collection of spells, divided into seven separate books corresponding to each year of wizarding school. It includes typical spells such as the Mending Charm, the Wand-Lighting Charm, and the Levitation Charm.|
|New Theory of Numerology||Hermione Granger||A New Theory of Numerology by Lukas Karuzos is an in-depth look at Arithmancy, the study of the magical properties of numbers. Arithmancy is an elective subject for third years and above at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.|
|Easy Spells to Fool Muggles||Sunita Mistry||Luca Caruso's book is a compendium of simple spells that even beginner wizards can effectively cast, and primarily lists spells meant to conceal elements of the wizarding world from [[[Non-magic people|Muggle]]s|
|The Adventures of Martin Miggs, the Mad Muggle||Ron Weasley's Bedroom||Published by L. C. A. Comics, this is an individual issue from a wizarding comic book series following the adventures and mishaps of the “Mad Muggle” Martin Miggs. Ron Weasley was an avid reader and collector of the comic as a child.|
|The Tales of Beedle the Bard||Basil Silva||The Tales of Beedle the Bard (written by Beedle the Bard) is a collection of stories for wizarding children. Stories include the Tale of the Three Brothers, the Fountain of Fair Fortune, and Babbitty Rabbitty and her Cackling Stump.|
|The Life and Lies of Albus Dumbledore||Rita Skeeter||Daily Prophet reporter Rita Skeeter wrote this exaggerated tell-all about Albus Dumbledore soon after his death. The 900 page book did expose Dumbledore's past connection to Gellert Grindelwald, his sister Ariana's sickness and his father's Muggle-related incarceration in Azkaban.|
|Jiggery Pokery and Hocus Pocus||George Weasley||Jiggery Pokery and Hocus Pocus is a collection of spells intended for troublemakers and mischief lovers alike, written by Brian Gagwilde.|
Joke Products I
|Extendable Ears||Phoebe Clem||Extendable Ears are a handy eavesdropping device invented by Fred and George Weasley. They are long strings with a listening device at one end. The other end can hear through walls or doors clearly, so the user can effectively eavesdrop.|
|Exploding Whizz Popper||Hayden Howell||Exploding Whizz Poppers are one of many kinds of fireworks developed by Fred and George Weasley for sale at Weasleys' Wizard Wheezes. They are a part of the Weasley's “Explosive Enterprises” branding initiative and are relatively inexpensive.|
|Nose-Biting Teacup||Aceline Faure||Nose-Biting Teacups are teacups that have been jinxed to bite the nose of anyone who attempts to drink from them. Zonko's joke shop carries them and Weasleys' Wizard Wheezes has developed their own form of the product.|
|Dungbomb||Louis Hubbard||Dungbombs are magical stink bombs invented by Alberic Grunnion which, when activated, discharge a debilitating cloud of putrid smoke. Dungbombs are dirty, but many have found creative - and even some noble - uses for them over the years.|
Joke Products II
|Fanged Frisbee||Gryffindor Common Room||Fanged Frisbees are flying discs that feature teeth and snarl as they fly. Forbidden at Hogwarts, the Weasley brothers created their own model, dubbed the “Fanged Flyer” and sell them at Weasleys' Wizard Wheezes.|
|Screaming Yo-Yo||Bennett Burgess||Screaming Yo-Yos make loud noises as they are used, invented by an un-named wizard. Part of the extensive array of Weasleys' Wizard Wheezes joke products, Screaming Yo-Yos are on the forbidden list at Hogwarts.|
|U-No-Poo||Weasleys' Wizard Wheezes||U-No-Poo is a consumable pill that causes constipation in the user. Designed by the Weasley twins as a prank product, their slogan describes the pills as the “constipation sensation that's gripping the nation”.|
|Trick wand||Chandra Amble||Trick wands - also known as “fake wands” - are objects that appear to be wands but transfigure when the user attempts to cast a spell. Trick wands turn into a variety of objects including a tin parrot and a rubber haddock.|
Joke Products III
|Skiving Snackbox||Zeph Salvage||Skiving Snackboxes are sweets developed by the Weasley twins that are designed to make the user appear sick. Ostensibly useful for avoiding responsibilities like work or class, they come with a second treat that supplies the antidote to the symptoms.|
|Portable Swamp||Corridor Outside Umbridge's Office||The Portable Swamp was used in the hallway on the way to the office of High Inquisitor Dolores Umbridge. Left by Fred and George Weasley on the day they quit school, it caused a great deal of inconvenience for the detested Headmistress.|
|Canary Creme||Elsie Barrett||Canary Cremes are a joke product sold at Weasleys' Wizard Wheezes. Appearing like a standard custard cream, when eaten they transfigure the eater into a canary. With a few moments the victim moults their feathers and returns to normal.|
Magical Devices I
|Ministry Time-Turner||Ministry of Magic, Department of Mysteries||Time-Turners allow the user to travel back into time. Following the Battle of the Department of Mysteries, the British Ministry's entire stock was destroyed.|
|Moody’s Sneakoscope||Alastor Moody's Office||Sneakoscopes are Dark Detectors that light up and spin when someone behaves deceitfully. Bartemius Crouch Junior, under the guise of Mad-Eye Moody, disabled the Sneakoscope in the Defence Against the Dark Arts classroom because it kept activating around him.|
|Skeeter’s Quick-Quotes Quill||Rita Skeeter||The Quick-Quotes Quill is a favourite of journalist Rita Skeeter, reporter for the Daily Prophet. The quill writes automatically as subjects speak, but it tends to modify the subject's words. Skeeter's journalistic application of the quill is controversial.|
|Probity Probe||Gringotts Bank||Probity Probes are Dark Detectors that are waved in front of a person. They detect any concealment spells or hidden magical objects. Students learn about Dark Detectors at Hogwarts in Defence Against the Dark Arts class.|
Magical Devices II
|Secrecy Sensor||Alastor Moody's Office||Secrecy Sensors are Dark Detectors that vibrate when they detect concealments and lies. When Bartemius Crouch Junior. set one off by impersonating Alastor Moody he claimed Secrecy Sensors were useless at Hogwarts because students were always lying about their homework.|
|Spectrespecs||Luna Lovegood||The Quibbler once gave away these Spectrespecs. Multicoloured glasses that claim to let the wearer see Wrackspurts - invisible creatures that float into one's ears - Luna Lovegood was known to wear hers often.|
|Harry/Sirius Two Way Mirror||Sirius Black||Sirius gave Harry this magical two-way mirror - originally used with Harry's father James Potter when he and Sirius had separate detentions at school. It is used for face-to-face communication across great distances.|
|Deluminator||Albus Dumbledore||The Deluminator was created by former Hogwarts Headmaster Albus Dumbledore. It is designed to remove and bestow light to light sources. Ron Weasley used it as a means of locating his friends, Harry Potter and Hermione Granger.|
Symbols of the Wizarding World I
|Dark Mark||Lord Voldemort||The Dark Mark is Voldemort's symbol of loyalty which he had branded into the skin of his Death Eaters. When Death Eaters felt the symbol burn, they knew to Apparate directly to the Dark Lord's location.|
|Ministry Crest||British Ministry of Magic||Throughout the world, there are various Ministries of Magic which provide the governmental framework for the wizarding community. Most are helmed by a single Minister for Magic, and their main purpose is to uphold the International Statute of Secrecy.|
|MACUSA Crest||Magical Congress of the United States of America||The American Ministry of Magic, the Magical Congress of the United States of America (MACUSA) provides governmental services and maintains the secrecy of the wizarding community within the United States.|
|Deathly Hallows||Xenophilius Lovegood||The Deathly Hallows are three magical items that were believed to be given to the Peverell brothers by Death himself. Legend says that whoever manages to bring the three Hallows together will become the Master of Death.|
Symbols of the Wizarding World II
|Ravenclaw Crest||Ravenclaw Common Room||The legendary Rowena Ravenclaw founded Ravenclaw House. The Raven is the symbolic animal of her house, whose colours are blue and silver. Ravenclaw students are known for their wit, creativity, and wisdom.|
|Slytherin Crest||Slytherin Common Room||Hogwarts founder Salazar Slytherin had a known affinity for students with ambition, cunning, and resourcefulness. Green and silver are the house colours. Slytherin was a Parselmouth and the house is duly represented by the Serpent.|
|Gryffindor Crest||Gryffindor Common Room||Adorned in scarlet and gold, Gryffindor House's animal is the Lion. It was founded by Godric Gryffindor, who admired courage, chivalry, and determination above all else.|
|Hufflepuff Crest||Hufflepuff Common Room||In striking yellow and black, house founder Helga Hufflepuff associated her Hogwarts House with the Badger. She welcomed students who were hard working, loyal, and fair.|
|Hogwarts Crest||Hogwarts Great Hall||Considered one of the world's finest schools of magic, Hogwarts was founded in the 10th century. Accepting students from the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland, its motto “Draco Dormiens Nunquam Titillandus” translates to “Never Tickle a Sleeping Dragon”.|
Symbols of the Wizarding World III
Wands of Dumbledore's Army I
|Ron Weasley’s Wand||Ron Weasley||Ron Weasley broke his ash with unicorn-hair core wand after he and Harry flew his father's flying car into the Whomping Willow during his second year at Hogwarts. The broken wand eventually obliviated Gilderoy Lockhart. It was replaced shortly after.|
|Ginny Weasley’s Wand||Ginny Weasley||The unflappable Ginny Weasley was quite an adept spellcaster, very willing to stand up to those that displeased her. She impressed the likes of Horace Slughorn with her talent at casting Bat-Bogey Hexes at students that annoyed her.|
|Harry Potter's wand||Harry Potter||Harry's holly wood with a phoenix-feather core wand broke when he was escaping from Godric's Hollow, but he was able to repair it after mastering the Elder Wand. Harry rejected the Elder Wand in favour of his original.|
|Cho Chang's wand||Cho Chang||Following the death of her boyfriend Cedric Diggory, Cho Chang joined Dumbledore's Army in an act of rebellion against the Ministry, who refused to acknowledge Voldemort's return and therefore reduced the significance of Cedric's death.|
Wands of Dumbledore's Army II
|Fred Weasley's wand||Fred Weasley||Fred Weasley was known for his wicked, mischievous sense of humour. He and his twin, George, left Hogwarts to start the joke shop Weasleys' Wizard Wheezes. Fred was tragically killed at the Battle of Hogwarts.|
|George Weasley's wand||George Weasley||Founder of Weasleys' Wizard Wheezes joke shop, George Weasley is famous for his impish sense of humour. He and his twin brother, Fred, pranked Dolores Umbridge on their last day at Hogwarts, an exit still talked about to this very day.|
|Hermione Granger's wand||Hermione Granger||After breaking Harry's wand while escaping Godric's Hollow, Hermione shared hers in an effort to keep them both protected. Hermione's wand was confiscated when they were later captured, and she was forced to use Bellatrix Lestrange's wand after escaping from Malfoy Manor.|
|Luna Lovegood's wand||Luna Lovegood||Luna Lovegood's original wand was confiscated by Death Eaters when she was taken hostage along with Garrick Ollivander. Once they were freed by Luna's friends, Ollivander gave her a new wand.|
|Neville Longbottom's wand||Neville Longbottom||Neville's first wand was inherited from his infirmed father, but was broken during the Battle of the Department of Mysteries, leaving him crestfallen. It was replaced the following year by Garrick Ollivander.|
The Foundables Spell
|Daily Prophet||A clipping from a very old edition of the Daily Prophet:|
“The victim, Hamish Steed, was under Ministry protection at the time of Flannery's murderous rampage. After several hours of interrogation, Flannery admitted that he used an ancient spell to track down his greatest desire - which happened to be the location of the late Steed”.
|Incident Report||An incident report filed with the Ministry of Magic. A wizarding library in Prague reports that several ancient spell books have gone missing. The librarian believes the thief was a recent visitor.|
|Arcane Tome||An ancient, dusty tome, hand stitched together and covered in stiff, worn leather. Its contents are written, arcane, faded runes. There are pages ripped from the centre of the book.|
|Amorette Deneuve||A handwritten letter from Amorette Deneuve to Grim Fawley:|
"What makes us yearn for the comfort of others? Why does a broken heart hurt so? Love imbues itself into our very bones, our very souls. I believe that love is the greatest and most dangerous magic in the world."
Along the margin, in cramped writing, reads: "-imbued into our very bones. Use to find her?"
RE: The Love Room
|A memo from Grim Fawley addressed to Gareth Greengrass, requesting access to the Love Room within the Department of Mysteries. The request was granted.|
|An order form from Grim Fawley to the Ministry of Magic Remittance Office, requesting a number of potion ingredients, including Baneberry, Jobberknoll feathers, and Unicorn hair.|
|A memo from Grim Fawley, requesting the use of a Portkey. Travel destination: a library in Prague. The request was approved.|
|Request filed by Grim Fawley for an inter-library loan for an Ancient Tome.|
Appeal also denied.
|Grim Fawley’s Journal|
Finding the Spell
|A journal entry written in the small, cramped handwriting of Grim Fawley:|
"There's rumour of a very old, outlawed spell meant to find what one desires most... and I may have found it.
I don't believe it will bring Penelope back. Not on its own. But maybe I can combine it…"
|Grim Fawley’s Journal|
The Love Room
|Grim's handwriting is cramped and frantic in a page of his journal:|
"I don't know if it's the Love Room that's causing it, but I feel closer to you here, Nel. When I'm in here, I KNOW you're alive. It's as if you're just on the other side of a door, and all I have to do is open it. Is this spell the key?"
|Grim Fawley’s Journal|
Regina Rowle Note
|A note written in swirling handwriting: |
"Now, what would Greengrass think if I told him that his protege was skulking about the Love Room after hours? I didn't think you'd be so quick to move on... but...Your secret's safe with me. Remember to be careful. Grim. The next time it may not be me who finds you in there sleeping. ~ Regina"
|Grim Fawley’s Journal|
|An entry in Grim's journal:|
"Nel. It's killing me. You always said I was stronger than I knew, but I don't know how to be strong without you. Harry told me to trust in the Aurors, but they are failing. Miserably. And they are staying so safe... Everything is by the book. If there was something I could do... some kind of magic to bring you back, I'd use it in a heartbeat."
|Grim Fawley’s Journal|
|An entry of letters nonsensically strung together: |
"BPM GZM EIB KPQ VOM DMZ GBP QVO QVM MLB WJM UZM KIZ MNC T"
Written at the bottom of the page:
"Remember: Dinner at 8"
Grim Fawley - Motives
|Penelope's Scarf||An old scarf in Slytherin's House colours. The edges are frayed and tattered, and there are several holes in the scarf.|
|Daily Prophet Clipping||An issue of the Daily Prophet, regarding the Ministry's decision to end its investigation into the London Five:|
"After failing to come up with any evidence regarding the London Five, the Ministry has shuttered the investigation, leaving families of the missing distraught. Surely an investigation helmed by the famous Harry Potter should have been able to find something?"
|Grim's Grief||A page of a Grim's neatly kept journal:|
"Melody has your nose. I never noticed before now, but tonight I came home and realised. And I know you said Addison takes after me, but I swear he has your stubborness."
There's a water stain on the page, some letters smudged.
|Penelope's Wand||The wand is willow, twelve and a half inches long with a dragon heartstring core. There's a large, spindling crack down the middle.|
|London Five Transcript||Transcript of the Public Hearing given by the Ministry to discuss a motion to terminate the London Five investigation. Grim Fawley gives us a stirring monologue urging the Ministry to keep the investigation open.|
Re: Investigation's Closure
|A memo from Grim Fawley, addressed to Harry Potter: |
"I've never asked anything of you before. But this is Penelope. If you aren't willing to bend the rules for yourself, then do it for her. Harry, I'm begging you. She's out there. I know it. Please."
Re: Council Decision
|A memo addressed to Gareth Greengrass from Grim Fawley:|
"You promised me you'd do everything in your power to find Penelope. 'No expense spared', you said. But the council's closed the investigation. You're on the bloody council! Please, convince them to re-open the investigation. If not for me, then for Nel."
Re: Penelope's File
|A Ministry memo addressed to Harry Potter, from Grim Fawley: |
My request to obtain my wife's file has been denied. It is my right to have access to that information. Is this how your Department treats its fellow Aurors? Ignore they even existed? Barring a grieving husband from the closure he deserves is low, even for you, Potter."
Re: Leave of Absence
|A note from Gareth Greengrass, addressed to Grim Fawley: |
"Grim, I've put in a recommendation that you take time off from work. No one is expecting you to go about your day as if nothing has happened. You need time to grieve. We all do. You know. Penelope would want you to take care of yourself, for the kids.
Re: Investigation's Cost
|Filed with the Accounting Department, a memo written by Grim: |
"...that bugdetary concerns were the reason behind closing the 'London Five' investigation. As you can see in the attached, itemised list, the cited reason does not correlate to the actual spending costs. Is this just intentional or accidental stupidity?"
No reply to the memo was sent.
Grim Fawley - Background
|Silver Locket||A small silver locket, slightly tarnished from wear; on the inside of the locket is an inscription:|
"My strength. My heart. My life. G & P"
|Fawley Urn||A porcelain urn, covered in a thin layer of dust. The lid is slightly chipped, with an inscription: "Lucretia and Marshall Fawley. Loving mother and father."|
|Grim's Suitcase||An old, tattered suitcase, the leather on the edges scuffed down to reveal the stretched canvas underneath. The worn nameplate on the top of the case reads "G. M. Fawley". The case is empty inside.|
|Grim's School Record||A listing of Grim Fawley's achievements as a student at Hogwarts, probably once attached to his CV. It details Fawley's excellent work as a student, receiving five Outstandings and one Exceeds Expectations on his N.E.W.T.s.|
|Wedding Announcement||Daily Prophet, dated June of 2006: |
"Miss Penelope Padgett and Mr Grim Fawley were wed this past Sunday in West Bromwich. Both Pagdett and Fawley work within the Department of Magical Law Enforcement at the Ministry of Magic."
Attached is a picture of Penelope and Grim - Penelope enthusiastically kissing Grim's cheek while he blushes and looks away from the camera.
|Note From Grim||A hand written note in Grim's writing, addressed to Penelope:|
"I've always been the one on the side, looking in on everyone else's adventures. But you're right... I have a lot to offer. So I'm going to do it... I'm going to apply to be an Unspeakable. You've got me convinced. I am bloody qualified! It's time to get in the game, right? It's time I had an adventure of my own."
Grim Fawley - Ministry Record
|Unspeakables Badge||A Ministry Identification Card, featuring a photograph of Grim Fawley. The credentials list Fawley as an Unspeakable, with clearance for the Department of Mysteries.|
|Transcribed Tome||An ancient tome, meticulously cleaned and stored. There are several loose sheafs of paper tucked into the book, scribed in Grim Fawley's small, precise handwriting.|
|Unspeakables Expanding!||An Issue of the Quibbler, it's headline reading "The Unspeakables Expand in Secret! What Are They Hiding?" The issue is dated around the time Grim Fawley was promoted.|
|Skeleton Key||A mysterious gold key, worn from use.|
|Redacted Report||Highly redacted official incident report. A thorough reading of the report show that Grim Fawley appears to have come to the rescue of Ministry Watchwizard Eric Munch in the Department of Mysteries' Brain Room.|
List of New Hires
|An internal Ministry Memo, listing new appointments to the Ministry of Magic. Grim Fawley is assigned to the Department of Magical Law Enforcement.|
|A memo written in Gareth Greengrass's elaborate script, announcing the promotion of one Grim Fawley to the role of Unspeakable.|
|An evaluation written by Gareth Greengrass and co-signed by Mordecai Berrycloth:|
Year End Evaluation
|An official Ministry evaluation, dated a year after Grim Fawley joined the Department of Mysteries:|
Penelope End Grim
|An Incident report filed with the Department of Magical Law Enforcement, detailing the apprehension of a Dark wizard. The lead Auror on the case was Penelope Padgett, and Grim Fawley was the Head research assistant.|
Penelope Fawley - Background
|Penelope's Prefect Badge||A Prefect Badge in Slytherin's house colours. The metal badge is tarnished and the colours have begun to fade, as if it hasn't been cared for in a while.|
|The London Five||An issue of the Daily Prophet. The headline reads:|
"FIVE GO MISSING IN LONDON -- INVESTIGATION UNDERWAY"
The Prophet lists the missing: Riya Patel, Timothy Hale, Kit Gerrard, Genevieve Bladt, and Penelope Fawley.
|Penelope's Promotion||An Internal Ministry Memo written by Harry Potter, announcing Penelope Padgett's promotion to the rank of Auror. The memo details her accomplishments within the Department of Magical Law Enforcement as reason behind the promotion.|
|Coded Message||An encrypted note in Penelope's precise script. It reads:|
"Ur'k t ssl!"
|Penelope's Broom||A Comet 290, made by Comet Trading Company. The handle has been worn with age, and "If lost, return to Penelope Padgett" has been magically carved into the wood, near the base of the broom.|
|Gethsemane's Warning||A Ministry memo addressed to Harry Potter, from Gethsemane Prickle:|
"Be careful with that Padgett woman, Potter. Her parents were followers of You-Know-Who, and you know the apple rarely falls far from the tree. She's trouble, mark my words."
Brilliant Forbidden Forest
- "Hello there! I know yeh've got yer hands full w' Confoundables everywhere and such, but i could use yer help w' somethin' in particular, if yer willing.
Yeh see, somethin's not right 'bout the Forbidden Forest. Ever since the Calamity started disappearin' creatures, the forest's been thrown outta sorts.
If you come across any Foundables from Forbidden Forest, let me know, would yeh?"
- —Rubeus Hagrid
|Brilliant Buckbeak||After fleeing from an unjust execution with the help of Harry Potter, Buckbeak went on the run with the fugitive Sirius Black. Following Black's death, Buckbeak — rechristened 'Witherwings' to avoid further prosecution — rejoined the Hippogriff herd at Hogwarts.|
|Brilliant Unicorn||Shy but powerfully magical creatures, Unicorns are swift-footed enough to outrun most predators. Their speed and agility are especially vital for those living in the notoriously dangerous Forbidden Forest.|
|Brilliant Salamander||Small, magical lizards that are born from fire, Salamanders may appear red or blue depending on the temperature of the flames. They are capable of living outside of their fires for four to six hours, but will die instantly if their fire is extinguished.|
|Brilliant Scorched Tree Stump||This stump appears to be that of a yew tree, a species indigenous to England and Scotland. Its bark has been scorched by fire, perhaps by one of the many magical creatures that call the Forbidden Forest home.|
|Brilliant Snargaluff||Closely resembling a harmless tree stump, the Snargaluff plant is known to attack with grasping, thorny vines when provoked. Despite this effective method of self-defence Snargaluffs are cultivated for the pulsating green pods contained within their stumps. For safety reasons, it is recommended that any attempt to harvest a Snargaluff's pods be done in pairs.|
|Brilliant Young Acromantula||Acromantulas are giant, sentient spiders capable of human speech. Although they are native to the rainforests of Southeast Asia, rumours persist of a colony living deep within the Forbidden Forest of Hogwarts.|
- "The Forbidden Forest's more like its old self now it's regained some o' its missin' creatures. Thanks for all yer help — couldn't've done it without yeh!"
- —Rubeus Hagrid
Brilliant Forbidden Forest Pond
- "Ah, there yeh are! About a year ago you were such a big help returnin' creatures to the forest, I thought maybe yeh'd be willin' to help out again.
Yeh see, the Calamity's set somethin' loose that shouldn't be. Somethin' dangerous. It's burned a path right through the Forbidden Forest!"
- —Rubeus Hagrid
- "Hagrid, are you saying that there is actual physical damage being done in the Forbidden Forest? By a Foundable?"
- —Hermione Granger
- "Aye. Seems like maybe so. Something burned that path — and it wadn't no angry Blast-ended Skrewt, I can tell yeh."
- —Rubeus Hagrid
- "This is terrible news. If the creatures stolen by the Calamity have started affecting the environment outside of the Traces? This might be a real disaster."
- —Hermione Granger
|Brilliant Newt Scamander||Newton "Newt" Scamander rose to fame as the author of the seminal text on Magizoology, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. Although he gained celebrity status as a bestselling author, he would go on to retire to a quiet life in Dorset with his wife Porpentina and their pet Kneazles: Hoppy, Milly and Mauler.|
|Dragon claw||A discarded clow from an unknown Dragon. Dragon claw are sometimes powdered for use as a brain-boosting ingredient in Potion-making.|
|Dragon-hide gloves||Made from the tough, thick skin of a dragon, Dragon-hide gloves protect the wearer from nurns and other injuries. Due to the sometimes dengerous nature of the work, Dragon-hide gloves are recommended equipment for the study of Herbology and Magizoology.|
|Fire Crab||Fire Crabs resemble tortoises with crab-like legs and are coveted for their valuable, jewel-encrusted shells. Despite their effective self-defense measure — the ability to shoot flames from their backsides — Fire Crabs are a protected species whose trade and breeding are regulated by the Ministry of Magic.|
|Fire seed bush||The Fire seed bush is plant that burns continuously as it grows, extinguishing only once it dies. It is endemic to Great Britain and produces seeds with magical properties.|
|Ukrainian Ironbelly||Native to Ukraine, the Ironbelly is the largest Dragon species — capable of flying off with an entire ship in it's clay. Its hide is metallic grey and especially strong, giving the dragon its name. A trained Ironbelly was used to protect Gringotts Wizarding Bank for many years.|
- "Hermione! I found yer Ironbelly! She was poking around a Trace in the Forest and when she saw me he let out a belch o' flame... was somethin'!"
- —Rubeus Hagrid
- "So it was an actual Ironbelly? Not a Foundable."
- —Hermione Granger
- "Correct. Absoluely real as me own face. And this Ironbelly — she's far from her home. Must've been drawn here for somethin' to make her fly this far west..."
- —Rubeus Hagrid
- "I wonder... There have been some theories around being a Foundable — that if a piece of you is stolen, you can feel it. That you can sense it. I wonder if Fantastic Beasts feel it more..."
- —Hermione Granger
- "Tis a possibility. Dragons are far more sensitive creatures than you think. At least, if she was hurtin', we sent that piece right back to her. Twas the right thing to do."
- —Rubeus Hagrid
Brilliant Gryffindor Dormitory
|Harry’s Triwizard Cup Uniform||When the Triwizard Tournament was reinstated, new age restrictions were put into place for the safety of the competitors. Despite these precautions, a plot by Lord Voldemort succeeded in naming Harry Potter the fourth and youngest Champion.|
|Harry’s School Trunk||During his years as a student, Harry Potter used this trunk to carry his belongings to and from Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. It contains an assortment of items, from necessities like robes and spell books to rubbish like broken quills and desiccated beetle eyes.|
|Brilliant Quidditch Captain Harry||As captain for Gryffindor, Harry Potter led his team to win the Quidditch Cup. In part due to their success on the pitch, Gryffindor would also go on to win the House Cup that year.|
|Brilliant Hedwig||A beautiful snowy owl, Hedwig was often admired by Harry Potter's classmates for her bright white plumage. While lovely, her unique appearance made her easy to identify, preventing Harry from using her to deliver messages when secrecy was essential.|
|Mismatched Socks||These socks belong to Harry Potter, who is quite fond of them despite the fact that they are mismatched, for they were a gift from his House-Elf friend, Dobby. One sock is red with a pattern of broomsticks, while the other is green and patterned in tiny golden Snitches.|
|Harry’s Weasley Jumper||This cosy woolen jumper, knit by Molly Weasley, was given as a Christmas gift to Harry Potter during his first year at Hogwarts. Harry, who was unaccustomed to receiving gifts, was touched to be included in a Weasley family tradition.|
- "I find it very strange to have pieces of my life appearing in public for everyone to see.
I guess if I look on the bright side, perhaps we can try and use this quirk in the Calamity to our advantage."
- —Harry Potter
Brilliant Harry's Desk
- "Sounds to me like you need to stay clear of the papers."
- —Constance Pickering
|Brilliant Golden Snitch||Caught by Harry Potter during his first Quidditch match, this Golden Snitch was later used by Albus Dumbledore to hold the Resurrection Stone. An inscription on the side of the Snitch reads, "I open at the close."|
|Hogwarts Heroes Daily Prophet||The Daily Prophet, a newspaper serving the British wizarding community, has been dutifully keeping its readers informed of the latest news, theories, and Ministry missteps in the ongoing Calamity crisis.|
|DMLE Badge||As members of the Department of Magical Law Enforcement, Aurors are responsible for investigating magical crimes and protecting the wizarding world from practitioners of dark magic.|
|London Five Photograph||When the investigation into the disappearance of the London Five was shuttered, no one took the news harder than Grim Fawley, whose wife Penelope was among the missing. The Calamity was theorized by many to be Grim's revenge against the Ministry that failed to recover her.|
|Framed Family Photo (Ginny, Albus, James, Lily)||This framed photograph from Harry Potter's desk captures a happy moment with his family: his wife Ginny, sons Albus and James, and his young daughter Lily.|
|Harry's Ministry ID Card||This officially-issued Ministry identification card belongs to Harry Potter, an Auror with the Department of Magical Law Enforcement.|
Brilliant Platform 9 3/4
- "Ah, there youare. An urgent matter requiring the assistance of a skilled Task Force member has arisen, and you came highly racommended by Minister Granger heself.
It seens that the Calamity has absconded with the Hogwarts Express. We didn't know it was capable of taking couldn't be worse, what with the new term starting.
Oviously, we must get it back before start of term. Please give this matter you utmost attention."
- —Minerva McGonagall
|Brilliant Slytherin Student||The founder of Slytherin House, Salazar Slytherin, prized students who exhibited the traits of cunning and ambition.|
|Brilliant Hufflepuff Student||Helga Hufflepuff, founder of Hufflepuff House, cherished students who exhibited loyalty and determination.|
|Brilliant Ravenclaw Student||Rowena Ravenclaw, founder of Ravenclaw House, valued intelligence and creativity among her students.|
|Brilliant Gryffindor Student||The founder of Gryffindor House, Godric Gryffindor, held the traits bravery and chivalry in high esteem, and expected the same of his students.|
|Hogwarts Express conductor||Charged with safely delivering students to and from Platform 9 3/4, the Hogwarts Express Conductor uses his golden pocketwatch and a hearty bellow of “All aboard!” to ensure that the train departs on time.|
|Hogwarts Express||In the years following the establishment of the Statute of Secrecy, discretely delivering students to Hogwarts became a challenge. When Portkeys proved to be impractical, Minister for Magic Ottaline Gambol, who was intrigued by Muggle technology, suggested the use of a steam engine.|
|Luggage Trolley||Students traveling to and from Hogwarts use these trolleys to transport their school trunks, and often run trolley-first at the hidden entrance to Platform 9 3/4.|
|Luggage Trolley Witch||A favourite fixture of the Hogwarts Express, the Trolley witch keeps students supplied with Chocolate Frogs and Pumpkin Pasties during their journeys to and from Hogwarts.|
Brilliant Hogwarts Gates
- "Volunteer, just the person I wanted to see.
I'm afraid thr Calamity is still causing trouble. Valuable artefacts have been taken from Hogwarts School. including the Sorting Hat. Without that hat, our first-years cannot be sorted into their house.
Can I count on you provide assistance once again?"
- —Minerva McGonagall
|Brilliant Sorting Hat||In addition to its student-sorting duties, the Sorting Hat performs a lyrical monologue to open the new term. Depending on the state of the wizarding world, the hat's message ranges from welcoming and whimsical to dire and thought-provoking.|
|Brilliant Hogsmeade Sign||The village of Hogsmeade is the only all-wizarding settlement in Britain. Visitors can shop at iconic destinations like Zonkos and Honeydukes, grab a Butterbeer at the Three Broomsticks, and glimpse — from a safe distance — the allegedly-haunted Shrieking Shack.|
|Brilliant Winged Boar Statue||Twin Winged Boar Statues flank the gates to Hogwarts, standing guard over the entrance to the castle.|
|Brilliant Carriage||Drawn by Thestrals, the Hogwarts Carriages appear to move on their own to most students. The Carriages transport students above first year to and from Hogsmeade Station at the start and end of term.|
|Brilliant Hogwarts Boat||First-year students travel from Hogsmeade Station to Hogwarts by boat, crossing the Black Lake in fair weather or foul.|
|Brilliant Thestral||Although the superstitious believe them to be ill omens, Thestrals are actually quite intelligent and docile creatures who have a keen sense of direction.|
- "Allow me to express my utmost gratitude for your asssistence.
I shall send an owl to Minister Granger informing her of the admirable service you have provided.
Thank to your efforts. Hogwarts has suffered no lasting effects from this most recent outburst of the Calamity — unless you count my students' new favourite excuse, "the Calamity stole my homework!""
- —Minerva McGonagall
Brilliant Malfoy Manor
- "One thing that the Calamity has never had in abundance is precision. At least until now. We are seeing an uptick in Foundables related to the specific moment in time when Malfoy Manor served as headquarters for Voldemort.
The Calamity’s focus on this delicate part of our history is highly concerning. We'll sort out the details, but the immediate priority is to return these new Foundables as quickly as possible."
- —Constance Pickering
|Brilliant Death Eater||Zealous followers of Lord Voldemort, Death Eaters were feared for their cruelty and viciousness. For their many crimes — including kidnapping, torture, and murder — many were given life sentences in Azkaban Prison.|
|Death Eater Mask||Lord Voldemort's followers, known as Death Eaters, wore masks to hide their identities and intimidate their enemies. No two Death Eaters wore the same mask.|
|Brilliant Azkaban Escapee||An escaped inmate of Azkaban Prison, this vicious Dark wizard was imprisoned for breaking wizarding law.|
|Azkaban Prisoner Number||Upon arriving at Azkaban, prisoners are photographed holding placards with their inmate identification numbers. This placard belonged to an unknown Death Eater imprisoned after Voldemort's fall.|
|Malfoy Family Crest||This heraldic crest belongs to the Malfoy family. Latin script beneath a large silver M reads, "Sanctimonia Vincet Semper".|
|Garrick Ollivander||A renowned wandmaker and proprietor of Ollivanders wand shop, Garrick Ollivander was respected for his skill and knowledge of wand lore. During the Second Wizarding War, he was abducted and tortured for information about the connection between Voldemort's wand and Harry Potter's.|
Brilliant Number 12, Grimmauld Place
|Brilliant Sirius Black||Although he was raised by staunch blood purists, Sirius Black was a fierce opponent of Lord Voldemort and his followers. He was eventually killed by his cousin, the Death Eater Bellatrix Lestrange, while fighting alongside the Order of the Phoenix in the Department of Mysteries.|
|Kreacher||A House-elf in service to the Black family, Kreacher kept the secret of Regulus Black's betrayal of Voldemort — revealing the truth only to aid Harry Potter's search for Voldemort's Horcruxes.|
|Troll-leg umbrella stand||This grotesque piece of decor was crafted from the severed leg of a troll. It was one of the many macabre elements of the Black family home at 12 Grimmauld Place.|
|Portrait of Phineas Nigellus||As a former Headmaster of Hogwarts and patriarch of the Black family, Phineas Nigellus Black had portraits hanging in both Hogwarts School and 12 Grimmauld Place. The dual paintings allowed him free movement between the two locations, making his portrait a useful messenger between Hogwarts and the headquarters of the Order of the Phoenix.|
|Phoenix Patronus||The Patronus is a magical guardian that projects a positive force, repelling Dark creatures such as Dementors. Albus Dumbledore, renowned Headmaster of Hogwarts and founder of the Order of the Phoenix, was known to have a Phoenix Patronus.|
|Order of the Phoenix photograph||Depicting the original Order of the Phoenix, this tattered photograph features a number of heroes and casualties from the First Wizarding War. Among those who tragically lost their lives or sanity are Fabian and Gideon Prewett, Frank and Alice Longbottom, and James and Lily Potter.|
- "After thorough review, it appears that all these recent Foundables can be tied directly to 12 Grimmauld Place, the headquarters of the Order of the Phoenix — even that portrait of Phineas Nigellus Black. I think I have it!
At first, we returned Foundables tied to Voldemort’s side of the Second Wizarding War... and then, the Calamity seems to have adapted and presented us with Foundables from the secret hideout of the resistance against him.
Is the Calamity reacting to our reaction to it? Does that mean that we could theoretically influence it somehow?"
- —Constance Pickering
Brilliant Ministry Atrium
- "The Calamity most recently focused on Grimmauld Place, headquarters for the Order of the Phoenix. It looks like there may well be another surge, and carly accounts indicate that it may also be related to the Order.
The Calamity always seems to focus on something in particular — a time, a place, or a group of people — if we can identify what the Calamity is targeting, we may be able to figure out how to stop it."
- —Harry Potter
|Brilliant Nymphadora Tonks|
|Briiliant Mad-Eye Moody|
|Brilliant Madam Bones|
|Brilliant Kingsley Shacklebolt|
|Brilliant Gethsemane Prickle|
Brilliant Ministry Lift
- "Harry informed me that the Calamity appears to be focused on the Ministry itself. It's vitally important that you continue returning the Foundables that you find, but I must ask you to be discreet.
The publics looking for the Ministry to be a source of calm. We have no idea what would happen if the Calamity just whisked us all away at once. I don't think that’s possible, but I also would never have imagined anything like was feasible in the first place."
- —Hermione Granger
|Brilliant Arthur Weasley||Arthur Weasley's fascination with Muggle technology served him well as an employee of the Misuse of Muggle Artifacts Office, eventually leading to his appointment as Head of Department. During the Second Wizarding War, he also served a brief stint as the head of the Office for the Detection and Confiscation of Counterfeit Defensive Spells and Protective Objects.|
|Percy Weasley||As an ambitious new graduate of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, Percy Weasley enthusiastically accepted a position within the Department of International Magical Cooperation. Many years and various positions later, he eventually ascended to Head of the Department of Magical Transportation.|
|Minister Hermione Granger||After the defeat of Lord Voldemort, in which she played a pivotal role, Hermione Granger joined the Ministry of Magic, first within the Department for the Regulation and Control of Magical Creatures, and later the Department of Magical Law Enforcement. When the Calamity struck, she was instrumental in the formation and operation of the Statute of Secrecy Task Force.|
|Flying Ministry Memos||When the Calamity occurred and the British Ministry of Magic took the lead in the global effort to combat it, memo aeroplane went up by ever four-hundred and eleven percent, instigating an unprecedented parchment shortage at the Ministry offices.|
Yule Ball Dance Floor I
- "Says you, mate. Remember my dress robes? This is a disaster!"
- —Ron Weasley
- "Don’t worry, Ron. Everything the Calamity draws out into the world is a priority. Even those truly horrid robes your mum made you wear."
- —Harry Potter
- "I know this can’t be official, but could you please prioritize everything related to the Yule Ball? That dance was not my finest hour."
- —Ron Weasley
|Brilliant Hermione and Viktor||As the Triwizard Champion from Durmstrang, Viktor Krum performed the opening dance of the Yule Ball with his date, Hermione Granger. The two spent an exhilarating evening together, dancing and forging a friendship that would endure for years to come.|
|Brilliant Hagrid and Madame Maxime||Rubeus Hagrid met Olympe Maxime when she accompanied her students to Hogwarts for the Triwizard Tournament. He quickly became smitten with the statuesque headmistress, and they shared a charming moment together as they danced at the Yule Ball.|
|Brilliant Ice Sculpture of Castle|
|Brilliant Punch Bowl|
|Brilliant Grumpy Ron|
|Hogwarts Yule Ball Programme|
Yule Ball Dance Floor II
- "I have so many fond memories of Christmas. The puddings, the baubles, the trees, the fairy lights... I remember at Hogwarts, I heard so much about the Yule Ball. It sounded like the most magical night ever.
I'll be honest with you, I wouldn't be sad if we didn’t return all these Foundables from this Christmas-themed surge. They're so festive!"
- —Constance Pickering
- "You're right, Harry. We should stay focused."
- —Constance Pickering
|Brilliant Fred and Angelina|
|Brilliant Harry and Parvati|
|Brilliant Christmas Cracker|
|Brilliant Chilled Pumpkin Juice|
|Brilliant Haughty Draco Malfoy|
|Brilliant Snowy Christmas Tree|
|Brilliant Hufflepuff Silver Gargoyle|
- "Constance... what are your plans for the holiday?"
- —Harry Potter
- "Ah... well, if that doesn’t work out, would you like to have Christmas dinner with us?"
- —Harry Potter
Brilliant Great Hall
- "Hello, I'm glad I found you — I'm afraid we've got a situation on our hands. The Calamity has become more active, It seems to centre around Dumbledore... and maybe Voldemort.
Now, most of the new Foundables can be tied directly to Dumbledore, but... depending on how you look at them, they're connected to Voldemort, too. We need to be vigilant."
- —Harry Potter
|Brilliant Post Owl|
|Brilliant Glass Jug of Pumpkin Juice|
|Brilliant Professor Trewlaney|
|Brilliant Professor Burbage|
Brilliant Headmaster's Office
- "Hello again. We're seeing another surge in Calamity activity, and conce again, we're finding Foundables that have ties to both Dumbledore and Voldemort. We need to figure out who the Calamity is actually focused on.
If the Calamity is manifesting things related to Voldemort, then we may not have a Threat level high enough to define what we're up against."
- —Harry Potter
|Brilliant Young Dumbledore|
|Brilliant Memory Vials|
|Brilliant Sherbet Lemon|
|Brilliant Griffin Statue|
- "You know, when you put it all together, this surge in Calamity activity was tied to Dumbledore, and his fight against darkness. We won that fight, and we'll overcome this. Calamity, too.
The lesson I'm learning is to try to focus on what we're actually seeing from the Calamity, and not what we fear it could become."
- —Harry Potter
Brilliant Headmistress' Office
|Brilliant Minerva McGonagall|
|Brilliant Self-Playing Harp|
|Brilliant Hogwarts Crest|
|Brilliant Order of Merlin|
|Brilliant Photograph of Dougal McGregor|
- "Actually, Professor, now that you mention it... I have so many questions!"
- —Constance Pickering
Brilliant Snape's Office
- "You remember old Dougal McGregor? From the last Calamity surge? Well, I did some research and suspect that he and McGonagall were engaged!
Can you imagine Professor McGonagall head-over-hees in love? It's interesting, because it seems that the Calamity is fixated on the idea of lost love.
Severus Snape was famously in love with Lily Potter, and now we're seeing Foundables related to them. We need to work out what the connection is."
- —Constance Pickering
|Brilliant Photograph of Lily and Severus|
|Brilliant Mirror of Erised|
|Brilliant Infusion of Wormwood|
|Brilliant Severus Snape|
|Brilliant Vase of Lilies|
- "Don’t you think it's a bit odd that the Calamity is focused on love? The going theory is that Grim Fawley incorporated research from the Love Room into his spell — perhaps the solution to turning the Calamity around is to look more closely at its key ingredient?
Afterall, love is what created the spell. Maybe it’s what we need to stop it."
- —Constance Pickering
Brilliant Circus Arcanus Tent
- "Well, if it’s that awful, should we be returning things to it?"
- —Constance Pickering
- "We have to, I'm afraid. It might seem counter-intuitive, but there’s no telling what the consequences would be if Foundables weren't returned to their proper place in time."
- —Harry Potter
|Skender the Ringmaster|
|Brilliant Circus Arcanus House Elf|
- "It would seem that the latest surge has begun to subside. It’s funny, I hadn't really given much thought to the moral complexities of the Calamity until now.
I think, in some ways, returning things to an unpleasant past — or returning unpleasant things to an unsuspecting past — is the hardest part of being a member of this task force."
- —Constance Pickering
Brilliant Circus Arcanus Backstage
|Brilliant Oni Poster|
|Brilliant Candy Floss Stand|
- "Reports of Circus Arcanus Foundables are becoming less frequent. I think we're in the clear with this Calamity surge.
I must say, I find it rather incredible that the Calamity seemed to almost be testing our moral fortitude. I wonder what caused that?
There has been a lot of discussion members of the SOS Task Force, and even inside the Ministry. People are agonizing over some of the choices we have to make.
I don’t think it’s ever going to feel perfect to return Tom Riddle to Hogwarts right around the time he’s learning about Horcruxes, for example... but we have to do it.
Any other choice would be irresponsible at best, and catastrophic at worst."
- —Constance Pickering
Brilliant Ron Weasley's Bedroom
- "What? Why do you think I did anything?"
- —Harry Potter
- "No one drawe a crowd like you, mate. Did you give an interview or something?"
- —Ron Weasley
- "No, he didin't! The Burrow was just featured in the travel guid "One Hundred Historical Sites from the Second Wizarding War". Those witches and wizards are tourists, Ron."
- —Hermione Granger
- "Oh... Mum is not going to like that."
- —Ron Weasley
|Brilliant Young Ron Weasley||With his mop of ginger hair and hand-me-down jumper, young Ron Weasley may not have looked like a typial hero, but he was instrumental in overcoming the forces of darkness in the Second Wizarding War.|
|Brilliant Decoy Detonators||These mechanical aids for magical mischief were designed by Fred and George Weasley. Ministry of Magic records indicate that these distraction devices may have been utilised during an undisclosed infiltratio of Ministry office.|
|Brilliant Weasley Is Our King Banner||A relic of Hogwarts' past, this banner was likely displayed during a Quidditch game. It proudly proclaims, "Weasley Is Our King", a reference to Gryffindor Keeper Ron Weasley's goalkeeping prowess.|
|Ron’s Comic Book||This wizarding comic revolves around a hapless French Muggle and his misadventures in the non-magical world.|
|Brilliant Wizard Chess Set||Unlike Muggle chess, Wizard Chess pieces violently attack each other for the amusement of the players. It is rumored that Ron Weasley used this set to teach Harry Potter how to play.|
|Brilliant Pigwidgeon||Pigwidgeon (affectionately known as "Pig") was a miniature scops owl given to Ron Weasley by Sirius Black. Although he was rather small for a post owl, pig proved himself by eagerly taking on deliveries of all sizes.|
- ""One Hundred Historical Sites from the Second Wizarding War" is flying off the shelves. I don't think your parents have seen the last of their tourists, Ron."
- —Hermione Granger
- "What I can't figure out is, who besides you would even buy a book like that?"
- —Ron Weasley
- "Just because you're not interested in wizarding history, Ron..."
- —Hermione Granger
Brilliant The Burrow Grounds
- "Hermione, did you see this? "One Hundred Historical Sites from the Second Wizarding War" hit number seventeen on the Daily Prophet's Bestsellers List!"
- —Ron Weasley
|Brilliant Young Ginny Weasley||The daughter of Arthur and Molly Weasley. Ginny was a seasoned Quidditch player and expert martial spellcaster. She is known for playing professionally for the Holyhead Harpies and her expertise with the Bat-Bogey Hex.|
|Brilliant Flying Weasley Car||Rumored have long persisted of an enchanted vehicle roaming free in the Forbidden Forest. Witness descriptions match reports of a flying vehicle previously spotted over London, though any connection remains unconfirmed.|
|Brilliant De-gnoming Gloves||The Weasley family used these De-gnoming gloves to protect their hands while purging their garden of pests, a process that involves hurling gnomes as far away as possible.|
|Brilliant Arthur Weasley’s Shed||The contents of this shed are a testament to Arthur Weasley's obsession with artefacts of Muggle ingenuity: an assortment of plugs, various rubber ducks, a printer, and two noiseless portable typewriters.|
|Brilliant Burrow Sign||This welcoming and faded wooden sign alerts visitors that they have found The Burrow, home of the Weasley family.|
|Brilliant Errol||A Great Grey Owl, long past his prime, Errol provided somewhat unreliable delivery services to the Weasley family.|
- "They're great, actually. The tourists are starting to dwindle, and the Calamity seems to be moving on, as well.
A couple of the tourists even erected a plaque "in honour of the Weasley family’s contributions and sacrifices" during the war.
It’s not official or anything, but it’s kind of sweet. I think Mum and Dad are pleased, even if they won't admit it!"
- —Ron Weasley
Brilliant Hogwarts Trophy Room
- "Ah, good, I've found you... I'm afraid that Hogwarts need your help.
The final matches of the Inter-House Quidditch Cup are upon us and excitement is running high among the students. Their single-minded focus has attracted the attention of the Calamity.
Regrettably, Hogwarts’ Quidditch Cup itself has been taken. I daresay that the Calamity has gone too far this time.
Although we could certainly proceed without the cup, I would hate for the winning house to be denied the honour. Will you help me end this Calamity surge and return the centuries-old cup to Hogwarts?"
- —Minerva McGonagall
|Brilliant Nimbus 2000||Before its untimely destruction by the Whomping Willow, this racing broom belonged to Harry Potter, who flew it while playing Seeker for Gryffindor.|
|Brilliant Angelina Johnson||Angelina Johnson was the Captain of the Gryffindor Quidditch team in her seventh year. A talented flyer and strategist, she was admired amongst her peers.|
|Brilliant Trophy Case||The Hogwarts Quidditch trophy case contains centuries of plaques dedicated to victories past and players long since graduated.|
|Brilliant James Potter Plaque||One of many such plaques in the Hogwarts School Trophy Room, this one features James Potter as a member of the Gryffindor Quidditch team.|
|Brilliant Nearly Headless Nick||Nicholas de Mimsy-Porpington, or Nearly Headless Nick, was a wizard who attended Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry and was Sorted into Gryffindor House. He is the resiednt ghost of Gryffindor Tower.|
|Brilliant Inter-House Quidditch Cup||The Inter-House Quidditch Cup is awarded yearly at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry to the House Quidditch team with the most total points.|
- "The Quidditch Cup is such an important symbol of Hogwarts’ history and traditions. I believe that I speak for all of the staff and students when I say that we cannot thank you enough for returning the cup to us.
If you happen to be in the area, I'd be pleased if you would join us for the final match of the season!"
- —Minerva McGonagall
Brilliant Quidditch Announcer's Boot
- "Ah, there you are. I'm afraid that I must ask for your help again.
The final match of the Quidditch season approaches, and excitement has reached fever pitch. Not unexpectedly more Quidditch-related Foundables are turning up.
Concern is growing that holding the final match could endanger the students. Some are calling for it to be canceled.
Tn fact, canceling the match could only make matters worse — disappointed students would certainly focus the Calamity’s attention.
What do you say will you help me shut down this Calamity surge and save our Quidditch season?"
- —Minerva McGonagall
|Brilliant Quidditch Fan Luna Lovegood||In a pivotal Quidditch match between Gryffindor and Slytherin, Luna's preference was made clear by her lion-shaped hat, which would roar defiantly at passing Slytherin players.|
|Brilliant Bludger||A Bludger is a black iron ball used in the wizarding sport of Quidditch. There are two Bludgers used in every match, which are bewitched to fly around and try to knock the players off their broomsticks, often with extreme force.|
|Brilliant Gryffindor Beater||The Beater's job is to keep Bludgers away from one's teammates and, whenever possible, send them hurtling toward rival players.|
|Brilliant Slytherin Chaser||Chaser control the Quaffle and attempt to get it through the goal hoops past the Keeper in order to score points for their team.|
|Brilliant Quidditch Score-Keeper||The enchanted score-keeper is used by the Quidditch announcer to track the points scored in a game.|
|Brilliant Quidditch Fan McGonagall||An avid fan of Quidditch, Professor McGonagall attempts to attend every match and cheer on the players — particularly those on the Gryffindor team.|
- "Thanks to the hard work of the SOS Task Force, I'm pleased to report that the Calamity surge is winding down and the final Quidditch match went off without a hitch.
I know it seems like such a frivolous thing to worry about at a time like this, but we cannot underestimate the power of friendship and tradition to give us strength in times of need."
- —Minerva McGonagall
Brilliant SOS Task Force Office I
- "It seems so much longer ago..."
- —Constance Pickering
|Brilliant Proprietor Ron Weasley||After a brief career as an Auror, Ron left Ministry of Magic and joined his brother George in running the Weasleys' Wizard Wheezes joke shop. However, he maintained close ties with the Ministry and joined the SOS Task Force when the Calamity stuck.|
|Brilliant Auror Harry Potter||Following the Battle of Hogwarts, Harry joined the Auror department at just seventeen years of age. He quickly climbed the ranks at the department — and when the Calamity stuck, he contributed his efforts to the SOS Task Force.|
|Brilliant Activated Dark Detector||Like other forms of Dark Detector, these are designed to expose danger or concealment — with a particular emphasis on revealing hidden Traces.|
|Brilliant Crate of Potions||As part of their work in combating the Calamity. the Statute of Secrecy Task Force is charged with developing new potions to aid in such activities as returning Foundables and defeating Foes.|
|Brilliant Opened Portkey||This Portmanteau has been ulocked and the Portkey inside removed for further study by the SOS Task Force, in an effort to determine why the Calamity focuses on particular locations.|
|Brilliant Ministry of Magic Landmark Flag||Landmark Banners denote areas of high Trace activity from specific Foundable Families. The connection between Family and location is an area of intense study within the SOS Task Force.|
- "This particular surge seems incredibly specific, doesn't it? Focusing almost exclusively on the SOS Task Force... Why?"
- —Hermione Granger
- "Don’t be daft, Harry. Spells can’t speak..."
- —Hermione Granger
- "Spell casters can, though. We don’t yet know enough to be sure... But this surge feels very different than any of the others before it."
- —Harry Potter
Brilliant SOS Task Force Office II
|Brilliant Senior Minister Hermione Granger||After several years of success in the Department for the Regulation and Control of Magical Creatures, Hermione Granger moved to the Department of Magical Law Enforcement. When the Calamity struck, she lent her expertise to the Statute of Secrecy Task Force.|
|Brilliant Minister for Magic Kingsley Shacklebolt||Appointed after the Battle of Hogwarts, Minister for Magic Kingsley Shacklebolt worked to reform the Ministry from the inside, dismantling archaic pro-pureblood laws. Kingsley personally appointed Harry Potter to his position as Head of the Auror department.|
|Pile of Runestones||Collected by members of the Statute of Secrecy Task Force, these Runestones are being studied for their connection to Calamity-created Fortresses.|
|Registry Research Board||The Calamity has caused new fields of research to crop up in various departments of the Ministry. This board concerns the classification of Foundables into Families.|
|Calamity Incident Map||This enchanted map tracks all known Calamity activity across the globe. Updated in real time with reports from Task Force members, the map enables the Ministry to actively monitor the Calamity situation.|
|Brilliant Junior Undersecretary Constance Pickering||Although her time with the Ministry has been brief, Constance Pickering has proved herself at the Department of Magical Law Enforcement through her work with Senior Mimister Granger on the SOS Task Forece.|
- "Hermione... before you get too excited, it might be worthwhile to consider something... Grim can communicate with us, right?"
- —Harry Potter
- —Hermione Granger
- "And he did a LOT of communicating. He told us he can manipulate the Calamity Spell to some degree, that he has been imprisoned for a year, and that he is innocent... But he left the most important thing out.
He didn’t tell us how to end this, did he? Or whose fault it was. I think we tread very lightly moving forward. None of us knows what he is really on about, do we?"
- —Harry Potter
Brilliant Hagrid's Hut Interior
- "Baby beasts? How dreadful!"
- —Constance Pickering
- "I can't imagine he'd do something so irresponsible... Of course, he probably did start the Calamity..."
- —Constance Pickering
- "We need to return the babies as quickly as possible. There's no time to lose."
- —Hermione Granger
|Brilliant Baby Norwegian Ridgeback||The Norwegian Ridgeback Dragon is most physically similar to the Hungarian Horntail, differing primarily due to its eponymous black ridges. It has venomous fangs and feed on large land and water mammals (unusual for a Dragon). Infants are known for their quick aptitude for fire-breathing.|
|Brilliant Baby Niffler||Nifflers are adorable hoarders of anything shiny. Do not be fooled however, their fur and friendly demeanor hide an incredible urge to steal. Inadvisable as pets due to their tendency to burrow, they are regularly deployed be the Curse-Breakers at Gringotts.|
|Baby Niffler Cage||Nifflers, despite their cute appearance as infants, are notoriously hard to keep in one place. They have been known to slip through even the smallest point of egress. To this end it is advised strongly to keep them in an enchanted cage and distracted with gold as seen here.|
|Augurey Baby||The Augurey, known also as the Irish-Phoenix, is a shy magical bird with black-green feathers. Despite their timid nature many Wizards over the years have raised Augurey as life-long companions. Newt Scamander famously rescued an Augurey named Patrick.|
|Baby Crup||The Crup is almost identical to a standard Jack Russell Terrier, expect for its distinctive forked tail. They are particularly aggressive toward Muggles and extremely loyal to Wizards, making them popular pets. Crups are great scavengers, known for their capacity to eat almost anything. Groups of Crups are called a "pack".|
|Baby Knarl||Knarls resemble a common garden Hedgehog in such an indistinguishable manner that they live in most Muggle gardens. Knarls differ only in the way they react to gifts. While it is common practice to leave a saucer of milk as a gift to a Hedgehog, doing the same for a Knarl will result in the destruction of the owner's garden. Many a Muggle child has been wrongly accused of this Knarl-caused destruction.|
- "Perhaps... I just can't imagine what it is..."
- —Hermione Granger
- "Regardless, it might be worth spending some time thinking... We have a few days to connect the dots before the inevitable “second surge” comes in. If Grim is sending us a message, what is it?"
- —Constance Pickering
Brilliant Black Lake Shore
- "But what is he saying? Is he being held in a zoo? Or an animal sanctuary?"
- —Constance Pickering
|Brilliant Baby Hippogriff||Baby Hippogriff are remarkable in the wizarding world for their fast hatching time and ability to fly from an early age. They proud creatures and can be quite dangerous when untamed. If looking to have one as a pet or companion, some advise starting when Hippogriff is young — when they are more likely to accept and embrace your presence willingly.|
|Brilliant Baby Unicorn||Baby Unicorn could, one some rare occasions, be found in and around the Forbidden Forest at Hogwarts Castle. They reside throughout Europe, living peaceful lives in forests. Baby Unicorn are a Golden color and at a distance their lack of a horn could allow them to be mistaken for an ordinary foal.|
|Baby Demiguise||Elusive and nigh-impossible to catch except by those specifically trained to act unpredictably. The Baby Demiguise highly resembles its adult counterpart (except for being significantly smaller). Given their tiny size, invisibility and precognitive sight, infants can be one of the hardest creatures to document for any Magizoologist. They are, however, surprisingly friendly under the correct circumstances.|
|Baby Grindylow||Baby Grindylow, sometimes known as "Grypts" in their infant form, are less aggressive than their full grown counterparts. As Grindylow age they become more dangerous and are not to be trifled with. They are not recommended as pets.|
|Baby Horned Serpent||
This is the infant of the North American Horned Serpent. At this early stage the Horns have yet to curl round and behind the serpents' skull. The young serpents are fast and easily mistaken at a glance for normal snakes. Also of note is their prized jewels have only just begun to harden out of their scales into precious gems.
|Giant Squid Tentacle||Giant Squids are known to the Muggle community, but their magical nature remains hidden to this day. A semi-domesticated Giant Squid inhabits the Black Lake on the grounds of Hogwarts Castle. Many rumors have sprung up over the years regarding this unusual Squid, most of which are untrue or exaggerated. His presence in the fresh water lake is testament to his magical nature.|