How many magical objects can you name?
January 20, 2011, 06:26 PM
Something new today for Leakypedia Page of the day, How many magical objects can you name and define? Our Magical Objects page seems to currently only contain Horcruxes.. (gross.)
Everyone who contributed good info to this page (on the Leakypedia!) will receive 15 points for every defined magical object on this page from now until Friday. So if there, for example, are 20 objects listed, everyone receives 300 points! You with me? Knock it out!
Update: Totally cool to add some to the comments on this news post, but copy them to the Leakypedia for points!
Dumbledore’s puffy things- showed him snake in 5th book. “In essence divided?” split into two snakes.
The Goblet of Fire, the Weasley clock, the Weasley flying car, Umbridge’s special pen…
There are so many already named,I can’t think of any more!
Sirius’s two way mirror: Sirius gives this mirror to Harry just before Harry returns to Hogwarts from the Christmas holidays at Number 12 Grimmauld Place, which apparently he and James used to communicate through during detentions. According to Sirius, you just say his name clearly to the mirror, and Sirius who has an identical mirror, will be able to see you and respond. At the end of Order of the Phoenix, Harry realizes he could have used the mirror to communicate with his god-father and prevent his death. At the beginning of Deathly Hallows, as Harry is cleaning out his school trunk for the first time since he started out at Hogwarts, he experiences a sharp stab of pain in his finger, and realizes he hurts him self with the broken shard of the mirror, which lay in his trunk. He then sees a fleeting vision of a blue eye- akin to that of Dumbledore’s in the mirror, and wonders if Albus is still alive. Through the penultimate book, Harry constantly sees the eye in the mirror, often after which Harry and his friends are rescued from tight situations, such as Malfoy Manor. Eventually, Harry finds out that the person to which the blue eye belongs is Dumbledore’s younger brother Aberforth, who is in possession of the shard of mirror, and sends Dobby, the house-elf (who is killed rescuing Harry and the others from Malfoy Manor) and other aids to help out Harry.
Love Potion: A love potion is a brew which causes the drinker to become infatuated or obsessed with the one who gave them the potion.However, true love cannot be produced through artificial means, and thus the feelings that Love Potions create are more like obsession than affection.The effect that a Love Potion has will wear off over time. In order to maintain the potion’s effect, the giver must continually administer doses, or else the recipient may fall out of “love” with them.A single dose typically lasts up to 24 hours, but the precise duration is dependent on the weight of the drinker, as well as the attractiveness of the giver.
Lol I don’t know all of them.
Each of these seem somehow better than what is actually posted on the page
gillyweed – a magical herb that when eaten, lets you breath under water for a certain amount of time.
I added Omnioculars.
A Bludger is a round, jet black ball, made of iron, and is used in the wizarding sport of Quidditch. It is ten inches in diameter. There are two Bludgers used in every match, which are bewitched to fly around and try to knock the players off of their brooms. It is the Beater’s job to protect their teammates from the Bludgers and at the same time aim them towards the opposing players.
A Quaffle is a ball used in the wizarding game of Quidditch. It is twelve inches in diameter, red, leather-covered ball used as the main object of play. The three Chasers carry and pass the Quaffle to their opponent’s goal hoops, where they try to score points by throwing it through one of the three rings. Each time it passes through the hoops, the scoring team scores ten points.
A toy broomstick is a type of low-flying broomstick intended to be used by young children. It only lifts about two feet off the ground.
An Exploding Tuba is a magical musical instrument. It probably explodes after or during playing it. In 1902, a performance of the Wizarding Suite (which included this instrument) blew the roof off the Town Hall of Ackerley, and lead to the piece being banned.
An Anti-Cheating Quill is a special quill on which an Anti-Cheating Spell has been placed in order to make it impossible to cheat.