Tracing the dragons in the series from the innocent baby Norwegian Ridgeback to the fierce Hungarian Horntail to the unfettered Ukranian Ironbelly, one can also trace Harry’s character journey.
Expectation vs. reality: With over 200 corporeal Patronus possibilities such as dragons, Rottweilers, and eagles, you get paired with an aardvark. Here are some reasons why that may not be a bad thing.
Good, Kind, and Brave: Six Ways Cedric Diggory Embodied the King of Cups, and How to Honor His Memory
The King of Cups is known for making friends rather than enemies and showing kindness even to his opposition. Sound like anyone we know?
First mentioned in “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone”, the 12 uses of dragon’s blood remain a mystery to this day. Will we learn what some or all of these uses are in “Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald” and future “Fantastic Beasts” films?
Dive into the world of Jim Kay’s gorgeous watercolor illustrations in “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone” and take a closer look at some of the image’s best-kept secrets.
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This morning we saw things heat up in this 483 ½ winter Wizolympics, as the Dragon Wrangling event got underway. Seven competitors circled around Reginald Indra, the son of the dragon keeper, Kevin Indra, and referee for today’s event. Indra is a stout man with dark, curly hair and rather thin arms. Perhaps his father’s invention of the Fumosis Spell made it unnecessary for any physical force when taming dragons, therefore causing the younger Indra not to grow any muscles.