Harry Potter Universe: Muggle, Quidditch, Hogwarts, Magic in Harry Potter, Spells in Harry Potter, Magical Objects in Harry Potter
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 94. Chapters: Muggle, Quidditch, Hogwarts, Magic in Harry Potter, Magical objects in Harry Potter, List of spells in Harry Potter, Magical creatures in Harry Potter, Places in Harry Potter, Ministry of Magic. Excerpt: The following is a list of magical objects used in Harry Potter. These objects exist for the use of the characters in the series by J. K. Rowling. In Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, Hermione Granger creates fake, enchanted Galleons that are used for communication between members of Dumbledore's Army. Like real Galleons, the coins have numerals around the edge; on normal Galleons these serial numbers indicate which goblin cast the coin, but on the enchanted coins, the numbers represent the time and date of the next meeting, and change automatically to match whatever numbers Harry Potter sets on his coin. Due to the coins being infused with a Protean Charm, once Harry Potter alters his, every coin changes to suit. The coins begin to grow hot when the numbers change to alert the members to look at their coins. In Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, Draco Malfoy uses a pair of enchanted coins to bypass the communication limits then placed around Hogwarts, thus managing to keep in contact with Madam Rosmerta, whom he had placed under the Imperius Curse. Draco reveals he got the idea from Hermione's DA coins, which were themselves inspired by Lord Voldemort's use of the Dark Mark to communicate with his Death Eaters. In Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Neville Longbottom uses it to tell people like Luna Lovegood and Ginny Weasley that Harry, Ron and Hermione are in Hogwarts. Then they turn up to help in the Battle of Hogwarts, although Ginny's help is turned down as she is underage. A Howler is a blood-red letter sent to signify extreme anger or to convey a message very loudly and in public. Upon openi...
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