Five more images from the new illustrated “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” have been revealed, including the unicorn and manticore.
Things are heating up at the 2014 Sochi Wizolympics! The W.W.N.’s Lee Jordan covers the day-long Unicorn Capture event, which no athlete has won since 1862, while Glenda Chittock covers the giant challenge faced by the competitors of Expedition Wandless.
This year’s Unicorn Capture has ended in yet another consecutive (and un-interesting might I add) loss with no success by any of the competing teams. This unfruitful event, already ostracized by many as it is the only non-magical non-squib event, has truly turned up quite a laughable audience. After watching the players wander aimlessly around in the freezing cold for well over a few hours now, many are just excited to escape the stadium and warm themselves with Butterbeer.
One of the Wizolympics’ most cultivating bouts is the much-anticipated Unicorn Capture, which is set to begin this morning at 6:00 am and will go until 6:00 pm unless a lucky team succeeds in capturing a unicorn before then.
For those of you who are not seasoned viewers of the Wizolympic games, the Unicorn Capture is one of the longest-running winter Wizolympic events to date. The rules are very straightforward: In teams of two, the competitors must locate and safely capture an adult unicorn within the arena before the time is up.
Is it possible to have a unicorn as a pet?