• Rules and laws The Wand Ban of 1631 is another name for the First Article of the Wizards’ Convention, which made it illegal for non-human magical beings to carry wands. This restriction is particularly galling to the Goblins, who over the years have risen up in a number of rebellions in protest… Read More
• Event The Wand Ban of 1631 is the First Article of the Wizards’ Convention. It makes it illegal for any non-human magical being to carry a wand (JKR-W3). Read More
• Rules and laws A wand permit is required for all foreign wizards visiting the United States. The Wand Permit Office is tucked away in a dingy basement corner at MACUSA (WFT). Tina Goldstein looks for Newt Scamander’s wand permit application after she finds him using magic in front of a… Read More
• Rules and laws An ultimately unsuccessful rule framework developed by the Ministry of Magic in 1637 for the control of Werewolves (Pm)… Read More
• Character Williamson is an Auror, who wears scarlet robes and has long hair tied back in a ponytail. He accompanied Cornelius Fudge when the Minister arrived at the Ministry of Magic after the Battle of the Department of Mysteries (OP36). Read More
• Ministry of Magic The Wizengamot is the high court of wizarding law in Britain. The head of the Wizengamot is called the Chief Warlock, an old-fashioned title that denotes “particular skill or achievements” similar to a Muggle knighthood (TBB-WHT). Read More