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|native = Northern [[Europe]]
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*Pure white coat
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{{quote|Only one who has nothing to lose, and everything to gain, would commit such a crime. The blood of a unicorn will keep you alive, even if you are an inch from death, but at a terrible price. You have slain something pure and defenceless to save yourself and you will have but a half-life, a cursed life, from the moment the blood touches your lips.|[[Firenze]] to [[Harry Potter]]|Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone}}
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{{Quote|Only one who has nothing to lose, and everything to gain, would commit such a crime. The [[blood]] of a unicorn will keep you alive, even if you are an inch from [[death]], but at a terrible price. You have slain something so pure and defenceless to save yourself, you will have but a half-life, a [[curse]]d life, from the moment the blood touches your lips.|The properties of [[unicorn blood]]|Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone}}
   
The '''Unicorn''' is a white, horse-like creature with a single horn on its forehead. Unicorn foals are pure gold. They turn silver when they're about two years old. They grow their horn at around four. At about seven years old, they're fully grown and turn pure white.[[File:Unicorn runes.jpg|thumb|left|250px|The number one, in the runic alphabet]]They are so brightly white it makes snow look grey in comparison. Their hooves are golden and their [[Unicorn blood|blood]] is silver-blue in colour and shines under moonlight.
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The '''Unicorn''' was a white [[horse]] with a [[Unicorn horn|horn]] sticking out of its head. An iconic [[creature]] of [[magic]], the existence of unicorns was one of the worst-kept secrets of the [[wizarding world|wizarding&nbsp;world]], as unicorns were inextricably associated with magic in the [[Muggle world]].<ref name="FBR">{{FB|R}}</ref> These majestic equines possessed potent magical properties, with their [[Unicorn hair|tail hairs]] being designed by [[Garrick Ollivander]] as one of the "[[Wand core|Supreme Cores]]," which was a distinction shared by only two other [[beast]]s.
   
Unicorns prefer a woman's touch, but the young are more trusting and don't mind men as much. Various parts of the Unicorn - the horn and tail hair in particular - are used in potions and for the cores of [[wand]]s. They inhabit the forests of Europe.
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==Description==
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[[File:BabyUnicorn.png|thumb|left|A unicorn foal]]
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[[File:UnicornFBE.png|thumb|right|An adult Unicorn]]
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[[File:UnicornFB.jpg|thumb|right|A wild Unicorn]]
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Unicorn foals were born pure gold in colour. They remained so until they were about two years old, at which time they turned silver in colour. At around four years old their horn grew in. They were fully grown at about seven years old, at which at this age they turned a shade of pure white that was so bright that it made freshly fallen [[Water|snow]] looked grey in comparison. Their hooves were golden (remaining so from their gold stage, the first two years of their life), and their [[Unicorn blood|blood]] was silver-blue and shone under the moonlight. It was not mentioned how long a Unicorn can live for.<ref name="FBR">{{FB|R}}</ref>
   
The [[Unicorn blood|blood of a Unicorn]] can be used to keep a person who is near death alive, but "you will have but a half-life, a cursed life, from the moment the blood touches your lips." A Unicorn's [[unicorn hair|tail hair]] is made of an incredibly strong and valuable material that can be used as a [[wand core|core]] for [[wand]]s.
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Unicorns inhabited the forests of [[Europe]], including the [[Forbidden Forest]] by [[Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry]].<ref name="GOF24"/>
   
Unicorns are also so fleet of foot that they can be rarely caught by [[humans]].
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Unicorns preferred a woman's touch, but the young ones were more trusting and do not mind men as much. Unicorns are also so fleet of the hoof that they can rarely be caught by [[human]]s. They were also fast enough to outrun [[Werewolf|werewolves]] with absurd ease. [[Wandmaker]]s such as the [[Ollivander family]] also plucked [[Unicorn hair|hairs]] from the tails of the creatures to use in [[wand]]s as [[Wand core|cores]]. Not aggressive without cause, but should be treated with great respect.<ref name="FBR">{{FB|R}}</ref>
   
Also, the Unicorn's single straight horn is used, in [[Study of Ancient Runes|runic]], to symbolize the number one. <ref>''[[J. K. Rowling's Official Site]]''</ref>
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Unicorns were capable of moving faster than [[Werewolf|Werewolves]]. During the detention in the Forbidden Forest in [[1992]], Harry asked if a werewolf could be killing the unicorns and [[Rubeus Hagrid]] replied that they were not fast enough to catch Unicorns.<ref name="PS15">{{PS|B|15}}</ref>
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==Uses==
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[[File:UnicornSlaying.png|220px|thumb|A [[Slytherin Dungeon tapestries|Medieval tapestry]] depicting wizards slaying a unicorn, and collecting [[Unicorn blood|its blood]]]]
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Various parts of the Unicorn — the [[Unicorn horn|horn]] and [[Unicorn hair|tail hair]] in particular — were used in potions. [[Unicorn hair]] in general was used for the [[wand core|cores]] of [[wand]]s. Unicorn hair can be used in wandmaking; they produce the most consistent [[magic]], least subject to fluctuations and blockages, most difficult to turn to the [[Dark Arts]] and the most faithful of wands. However, they did not make the most powerful of wands and were prone to melancholy if mishandled, although the [[wand wood]] can compensate this. The [[Wandmaker]] [[Garrick Ollivander]] made wands with unicorn hair cores.<ref>[http://lady-slytherin-forever.tumblr.com/post/8977640199/wand-cores-off-of-pottermore New Wandcore information from pottermore]</ref>
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The tail hair can also be used as binding in bandages due to its incredible strength.<ref>{{HBP}}</ref> The [[Unicorn blood|blood of a unicorn]] can be used to keep a person who is near death alive, thus granting the drinker [[immortality]], but "''you will have but a half-life, a [[curse]]d life, from the moment the blood touches your lips''."<ref name="PS15">{{PS|B|15}}</ref> Unicorn horn is often used as a common [[potion]] ingredient, in potions such as the [[Antidote to Common Poisons]], [[Draught of Peace]] and [[Wiggenweld Potion]].
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The unicorn's single straight horn was used, in the [[Study of Ancient Runes]], to symbolise the number one as a [[Rune|runic]] number symbol.<ref name="JKRS">{{JKRS}}</ref>
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A unicorn was one rare possible corporeal form of the [[Patronus Charm]].<ref>{{see image|File:Unicorn-patronus.jpg}}</ref>
   
 
==History==
 
==History==
===1992===
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[[Merula Snyde's mother]] owned a unicorn for a short period.<ref>{{HM|4}} onward, Care of Magical Creatures Lessons, in general, </ref>
[[File:Unicorns death.jpg|thumb|right|255px|A dead Unicorn in [[1992]].]]
 
At least two unicorns were slain by [[Quirinus Quirrell]] so [[Tom Marvolo Riddle|Lord Voldemort]] could drink their blood and return to power.
 
[[Harry Potter]] and [[Draco Malfoy]] found the corpse of one of them in the Forbidden Forest.
 
   
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[[File:Unicorns death.jpg|250px|thumb|A dead unicorn in [[1992]]]]
In [[1995]], [[Fourth year|fourth year]] students at [[Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry]] studied unicorns in their [[Care of Magical Creatures]] class. <ref>''[[Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire]]''</ref>
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At least two unicorns were slain by [[Quirinus Quirrell]] so [[Tom Riddle|Lord Voldemort]] could drink their [[Unicorn blood|blood]] and return to power. [[Harry Potter]], [[Draco Malfoy]] and [[Fang]] found the corpse of one of them in the [[Forbidden Forest]].<ref name="PS15">{{PS|B|15}}</ref>
   
==Appearances==
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[[File:B4C24M1 a lesson on unicorns.jpg|250px|thumb|[[Professor Grubbly-Plank]] showing her class some unicorns]]
*''[[Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone]]'' {{1st}}
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{{Quote|The Unicorn was so brightly white that it made the snow all around look grey. It was pawing the ground nervously with its golden hooves, and throwing back its horned head|Description of a majestic Unicorn in a 1995 Care of Magical Creatures lesson|Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire}}
*''[[Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone (film)]]''
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In [[1995]], [[fourth year]] students at [[Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry]] studied unicorns in their [[Care of Magical Creatures]] class, while [[Professor]] [[Wilhelmina Grubbly-Plank]] was standing in for [[Rubeus Hagrid|Hagrid]].<ref name="GOF24">{{GOF|B|24}}</ref>
*''[[Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets]]'' {{mention}}
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*''[[Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban]]'' {{mention}}
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Later, in the [[1995-1996 school year]], as part of the [[Ordinary Wizarding Level]] Care of Magical Creatures practical examination, students were required to choose from a wide selection of food the diet they would give a sick Unicorn.<ref name="OOTP31">{{OOTP|B|31}}</ref>
*''[[Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire]]''
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*''[[Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix]]'' {{mention}}
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During the [[Calamity]] in the [[2010s]], several baby Unicorn [[Foundable]]s were being guarded by large, aggressive red [[snake]]s [[Confoundable]]s, which appeared throughout the [[Wizarding world]]. Volunteer members of the [[Statute of Secrecy Task Force]] had to repel the giant serpents with the [[Exploding Charm]] to stun them and liberate the baby Unicorns, allowing the Foundables to return to their rightful place.<ref name="WU">{{WU}}</ref>
*''[[Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince]]'' {{Mention}}
 
*''[[Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows]]'' {{mention}}
 
*''[[Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (real)|Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them]]''
 
*''[[J. K. Rowling's Official Site]]''
 
   
 
==See also==
 
==See also==
 
*[[Unicorn blood]]
 
*[[Unicorn blood]]
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[[File:Unicorn_FBCFTWW.png|220px|thumb|A unicorn as shown on {{FBC}}]]
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[[File:Unicorn Patronus.png|220px|thumb|A unicorn [[Patronus Charm|Patronus]]]]
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* The {{wplink|unicorn}} was a creature that the ancient Greeks believed resided in [[India]]. Though commonly depicted in modern fantasy (as in ''Harry Potter'') as being a [[horse]] with a single horn, unicorns in antiquity were also described as [[goat]]s, wild [[donkey]]s, or some form of a hybrid creature. The concept of them being more comfortable with [[Wizardkind|witches than wizards]] possibly stems from [[Middle Ages|medieval]] beliefs that only a maiden could tame a unicorn.
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* In {{LEGO|Y1}}, [[Tom Riddle|Voldemort]] tries to sneak up on the unicorn with a knife and fork, but is scared off by [[Firenze]] who shows him his fist. [[Rubeus Hagrid|Hagrid]] then proceeds to care for the sick unicorn like a child.<ref>{{LEGO|Y1}}</ref>
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* It is possible the author was inspired to place Unicorns within the Forbidden Forest at Hogwarts, based on the fact that the unicorn is the national animal of [[Scotland]], where Hogwarts is located.
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*The unicorn is one of the nine possible Patronus forms for [[Jacob's sibling]]. It can be achieved by having a higher Empathy stat or choosing the option "protect friends" and later, choosing "Equine" as the Patronus form.<ref>{{HM|4|Conjure a Patronus}}</ref>
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{{Imagecat|Images of unicorns}}
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[[File:UnicornWU.png|thumb|A Unicorn as shown from {{WU}}]]
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[[File:UnicornToy.jpg|thumb|A Unicorn plush toy, sold at {{WWHP}}]]
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"Only one who has nothing to lose, and everything to gain, would commit such a crime. The blood of a unicorn will keep you alive, even if you are an inch from death, but at a terrible price. You have slain something so pure and defenceless to save yourself, you will have but a half-life, a cursed life, from the moment the blood touches your lips."
—The properties of unicorn blood[src]

The Unicorn was a white horse with a horn sticking out of its head. An iconic creature of magic, the existence of unicorns was one of the worst-kept secrets of the wizarding world, as unicorns were inextricably associated with magic in the Muggle world.[1] These majestic equines possessed potent magical properties, with their tail hairs being designed by Garrick Ollivander as one of the "Supreme Cores," which was a distinction shared by only two other beasts.

DescriptionEdit

BabyUnicorn

A unicorn foal

UnicornFBE

An adult Unicorn

UnicornFB

A wild Unicorn

Unicorn foals were born pure gold in colour. They remained so until they were about two years old, at which time they turned silver in colour. At around four years old their horn grew in. They were fully grown at about seven years old, at which at this age they turned a shade of pure white that was so bright that it made freshly fallen snow looked grey in comparison. Their hooves were golden (remaining so from their gold stage, the first two years of their life), and their blood was silver-blue and shone under the moonlight. It was not mentioned how long a Unicorn can live for.[1]

Unicorns inhabited the forests of Europe, including the Forbidden Forest by Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.[2]

Unicorns preferred a woman's touch, but the young ones were more trusting and do not mind men as much. Unicorns are also so fleet of the hoof that they can rarely be caught by humans. They were also fast enough to outrun werewolves with absurd ease. Wandmakers such as the Ollivander family also plucked hairs from the tails of the creatures to use in wands as cores. Not aggressive without cause, but should be treated with great respect.[1]

Unicorns were capable of moving faster than Werewolves. During the detention in the Forbidden Forest in 1992, Harry asked if a werewolf could be killing the unicorns and Rubeus Hagrid replied that they were not fast enough to catch Unicorns.[3]

UsesEdit

UnicornSlaying

A Medieval tapestry depicting wizards slaying a unicorn, and collecting its blood

Various parts of the Unicorn — the horn and tail hair in particular — were used in potions. Unicorn hair in general was used for the cores of wands. Unicorn hair can be used in wandmaking; they produce the most consistent magic, least subject to fluctuations and blockages, most difficult to turn to the Dark Arts and the most faithful of wands. However, they did not make the most powerful of wands and were prone to melancholy if mishandled, although the wand wood can compensate this. The Wandmaker Garrick Ollivander made wands with unicorn hair cores.[4]

The tail hair can also be used as binding in bandages due to its incredible strength.[5] The blood of a unicorn can be used to keep a person who is near death alive, thus granting the drinker immortality, but "you will have but a half-life, a cursed life, from the moment the blood touches your lips."[3] Unicorn horn is often used as a common potion ingredient, in potions such as the Antidote to Common Poisons, Draught of Peace and Wiggenweld Potion.

The unicorn's single straight horn was used, in the Study of Ancient Runes, to symbolise the number one as a runic number symbol.[6]

A unicorn was one rare possible corporeal form of the Patronus Charm.[7]

HistoryEdit

Merula Snyde's mother owned a unicorn for a short period.[8]

Unicorns death

A dead unicorn in 1992

At least two unicorns were slain by Quirinus Quirrell so Lord Voldemort could drink their blood and return to power. Harry Potter, Draco Malfoy and Fang found the corpse of one of them in the Forbidden Forest.[3]

B4C24M1 a lesson on unicorns

Professor Grubbly-Plank showing her class some unicorns

"The Unicorn was so brightly white that it made the snow all around look grey. It was pawing the ground nervously with its golden hooves, and throwing back its horned head"
—Description of a majestic Unicorn in a 1995 Care of Magical Creatures lesson[src]

In 1995, fourth year students at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry studied unicorns in their Care of Magical Creatures class, while Professor Wilhelmina Grubbly-Plank was standing in for Hagrid.[2]

Later, in the 1995-1996 school year, as part of the Ordinary Wizarding Level Care of Magical Creatures practical examination, students were required to choose from a wide selection of food the diet they would give a sick Unicorn.[9]

During the Calamity in the 2010s, several baby Unicorn Foundables were being guarded by large, aggressive red snakes Confoundables, which appeared throughout the Wizarding world. Volunteer members of the Statute of Secrecy Task Force had to repel the giant serpents with the Exploding Charm to stun them and liberate the baby Unicorns, allowing the Foundables to return to their rightful place.[10]

See alsoEdit

Behind the scenesEdit

Unicorn FBCFTWW

A unicorn as shown on Fantastic Beasts: Cases from the Wizarding World

Unicorn Patronus

A unicorn Patronus

  • The unicorn was a creature that the ancient Greeks believed resided in India. Though commonly depicted in modern fantasy (as in Harry Potter) as being a horse with a single horn, unicorns in antiquity were also described as goats, wild donkeys, or some form of a hybrid creature. The concept of them being more comfortable with witches than wizards possibly stems from medieval beliefs that only a maiden could tame a unicorn.
  • In LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4, Voldemort tries to sneak up on the unicorn with a knife and fork, but is scared off by Firenze who shows him his fist. Hagrid then proceeds to care for the sick unicorn like a child.[11]
  • It is possible the author was inspired to place Unicorns within the Forbidden Forest at Hogwarts, based on the fact that the unicorn is the national animal of Scotland, where Hogwarts is located.
  • The unicorn is one of the nine possible Patronus forms for Jacob's sibling. It can be achieved by having a higher Empathy stat or choosing the option "protect friends" and later, choosing "Equine" as the Patronus form.[12]

AppearancesEdit

Wiki
The Harry Potter Wiki has 36 images related to Unicorn.
UnicornWU

A Unicorn as shown from Harry Potter: Wizards Unite

UnicornToy

A Unicorn plush toy, sold at The Wizarding World of Harry Potter

Notes and referencesEdit


Study of Ancient Runes
Ancient Runes Made Easy
Professor: Bathsheda Babbling
Textbooks: Advanced Rune Translation · Ancient Runes Made Easy · Magical Hieroglyphs and Logograms · Rune Dictionary · Spellman's Syllabary
Known Runes: Acromantula · Demiguise · Ehwaz · Eihwaz · Fwooper · Graphorn · Hydra · Quintaped · Runespoor · Salamander · Unicorn · Unknown · Mark of Merlin


Care of Magical Creatures
Fantastic-beasts-and-where-to-find-them-pottermore
Care of Magical Creatures at Hogwarts
Hagrid's Hut · Forbidden Forest · Care of Magical Creatures classroom · Magical Creatures (club)
Professors Silvanus Kettleburn · Rubeus Hagrid · Wilhelmina Grubbly-Plank (substitute teacher)
Textbooks The Monster Book of Monsters · Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them
Creatures studied at Hogwarts
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