Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire Characters
House: Gryffindor, 4th YearTriwizard Tournament: Hogwarts ChampionAh, Harry Potter. Where do we...
House: Gryffindor, 4th YearIn the previous three Harry Potter books, Hermione's character has...
House: Gryffindor, 4th YearInsecurities EmergeRon has kind of a lousy time in Goblet of Fire,...
Professor: Headmaster of HogwartsFrom Star Wars to The Lord of the Rings, every good fantasy...
If Dumbledore is the epitome of goodness in Harry Potter, then we all know who the model of evil...
Alastor (Mad-Eye) Moody
Still, at the end of Book 4 we are left wondering if our impressions of Moody are at all...
Barty Crouch, Jr.
Affiliation: Death EaterBarty Crouch, Jr. is the Death Eater who impersonates Mad-Eye Moody...
Barty Crouch, Sr.
Ministry: Head of Department of International Magical CooperationPlays by the RulesFrom the first...
By the time Goblet of Fire came out, J.K. Rowling had gotten a huge dose of fame. She had been a...
Professor: PotionsHouse: Head of SlytherinAffiliation: Death Eater?Professor Snape is the head of...
Because the Quidditch World Cup is held in part on Muggle land, all of the wizards and witches...
Affiliation: Death EaterAvery is one of the Death Eaters who shows up at Voldemort's Little...
It's not until the end of the book that we finally find out what Ludo Bagman's deep secret is:...
Professor: History of MagicHogwarts's only ghost instructor, Professor Binns teaches history. He...
When Harry wakes up after his nasty nightmare in which Voldemort murders Frank Bryce, he wishes...
House: Gryffindor, 4th YearLavender is Parvati Patil's best friend. The girls deeply admire...
The book opens with a focus on Frank Bryce, an elderly Muggle caretaker of the Riddle family...
House: Ravenclaw, 5th YearCho Chang is a pretty fifth-year girl in Ravenclaw House. Like Harry...
Crabbe and Goyle
House: Slytherin, 4th YearFor the life of us, we can't find any differences between Crabbe and...
House: Gryffindor, 3rd YearIf there were a Harry Potter Fan Club at Hogwarts, Colin Creevey would...
House: Gryffindor, 1st YearDennis is Colin Creevey's equally enthusiastic little brother. Just...
House: RavenclawRoger Davies is a Ravenclaw student, probably a bit older than Harry. Though he's...
But we see a really different side of Fleur during the second task, when she gets tangled up in...
Gabrielle is Fleur's younger sister. The merpeople choose to hold Gabrielle underwater for Fleur...
When Harry is struggling with the golden egg clue for the second task, Cedric is the one who...
Once Cedric dies, all of that resentment passes away in the face of Amos's terrible grief. When...
Vernon, Petunia, and Dudley Dursley
The Dursleys absolutely hate to see Harry happy. When Harry gets invited to the Quidditch World...
Errol is the Weasley family owl. He's about a million years old and looks like he's going to keel...
Fang is Hagrid's enormous wolfhound.
The Fat Lady
The Fat Lady is the portrait that guards the Gryffindor dormitory entrance.
Fawkes is the phoenix who lives in Dumbledore's office. His tears have healing powers. His tail...
Argus Filch is the caretaker for Hogwarts. He absolutely hates the students (not sure why he's...
House: Hufflepuff, 4th YearA Hufflepuff student who treats Harry quite coldly before the first...
House: Gryffindor, 4th YearSeamus attends the Quidditch World Cup with Dean Thomas in tow to...
Professor Filius Flitwick
Professor: CharmsHouse: Head of RavenclawTiny Professor Flitwick is back for another year of...
Professor: Care of Magical Creatures Substitute TeacherWhen Hagrid refuses to teach for a time...
Professor: Care of Magical CreaturesHagrid has a special place in the Harry Potter series as...
House: Gryffindor, 6th YearAngelina is a Chaser on the Gryffindor Quidditch team. She's also the...
House: Gryffindor, 6th YearLee is best friends with Fred and George Weasley. He hopes to enter...
We only see Bertha Jorkins once, in Professor Dumbledore's memories. At the time, she's about...
Karkaroff also spends a fair amount of time pestering Professor Snape. As the Dark Mark grows...
We like Viktor a lot, and not only because he makes Ron wild with jealousy (that kid really needs...
House: Gryffindor, 4th YearWe don't see so much of Neville in this book, but what we do see is...
House: Hufflepuff, 4th YearA Hufflepuff, Ernie turns a cold shoulder on Harry once he's picked as...
House: Slytherin, 4th YearDraco Malfoy doesn't get a lot of time in Goblet of Fire except as an...
Affiliation: Death EaterWe don't see much of Lucius Malfoy directly in Goblet of Fire. We know...
Narcissa Malfoy mainly passes with a mention in this book. Harry mocks Draco:You know your...
Madame Olympe Maxine
School: Headmistress of BeauxbatonsMadame Maxine is the headmistress of Beauxbatons, a wizarding...
Professor Minerva McGonagall
Professor: Transfiguration, Deputy Headmistress of HogwartsHouse: Head of GryffindorProfessor...
Affiliation: Death EaterMacnair is currently "destroying dangerous beasts for the Ministry"...
Eloise Midgen's only claim to fame is her bad acne, poor thing. She tries to curse it off her...
The Quidditch World Cup referee. He almost gets enchanted by a veela while he's in the middle of...
Mrs. Norris is Filch the caretaker's cat (and only friend). Her lamp-like eyes in the dark and...
Affiliation: Death EaterNott is a Death Eater who appears before Voldemort. Nott also has a son...
We never quite get the real name of the Bulgarian Minister of Magic because Cornelius Fudge...
Mr. Ollivander is a wand maker. We met him before in Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone when...
House: Slytherin, 4th YearPansy Parkinson is a Slytherin girl; she also seems really keen on...
Parvati and Padma Patil
House: Gryffindor (Parvati) and Ravenclaw (Padma), 4th YearParvati and Padma are twins. When...
Peter Pettigrew (a.k.a. Wormtail)
Affiliation: Death EaterAt the end of Book 3, Wormtail has been unmasked as the person who sold...
To make up to Ron for having lost his rat, Scabbers (who turns out to have been Wormtail in...
School: DurmstrangProfessor Karkaroff sucks up to Viktor Krum in a huge way, but to all of his...
Madame Poppy Pomfrey
Madame Pomfrey is the school nurse. She's a tough lady, but she looks after her students well....
The Irish National Quidditch Team
The Irish national team triumphs in the Quidditch World Cup. Their Chasers, Troy, Mullet, and...
The Bulgarian National Quidditch Team
The Bulgarian team is mainly a way for us to meet internationally renowned Seeker Viktor Krum...
The Riddle Family
All we know about the Riddle family (besides the fact that they get murdered and that Voldemort...
The Roberts Family
Mr. Roberts is the Muggle campground employee who helps many of the wizards attending the...
Stan Shunpike is a conductor on the Knight Bus. He's also a spectator at the Quidditch World Cup....
Professor Pomona Sprout
Professor: HerbologyHouse: Head of HufflepuffProfessor Sprout shows up only briefly in Goblet of...
House: Gryffindor, 4th YearOne of Harry's year mates in Gryffindor House. Dean is best friends...
Professor Sibyll Trelawney
Professor: DivinationProfessor Trelawney teaches Divination, the art of telling the future. She's...
Violet is a portrait and friend of the Fat Lady. She frequently comes to hang out with the Fat Lady.
Ministry: Misuse of Muggle Artifacts OfficeMr. Weasley is a model of a steady, dependable father....
Mrs. Weasley isn't just a mother; she's the mother in the Harry Potter series. Her life seems to...
Bill Weasley is Ron's oldest brother. He's cool, with long hair and an earring "with a horrible...
Charlie Weasley is the second oldest Weasley child. He works with dragons. He's on-hand at...
Ministry: Department of International Magical CooperationPercy Weasley, the Weasleys' third son,...
Fred and George Weasley
House: Gryffindor, 6th YearTwin brothers Fred and George seem pretty much impossible to tell...
House: Gryffindor, 3rd YearGinny Weasley is the Weasleys' youngest child and only daughter. The...
The Weird Sisters
The Weird Sisters is a wizarding band that comes to play at the Yule Ball. The name seems to be a...
Once she has been fired, Winky goes into a sharp decline. Dobby, the kindly elf who has...
Wood was the captain of the Gryffindor Quidditch team during the first three years of Harry's...
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An A – Z Guide of the Characters in Harry Potter!
Abbot, Hannah- A Hufflepuff girl in Harry’s year and a prefect in books 5 and 6. She was in the D.A. and her mother was killed in Book 6 by a death eater. Marrys Neville Longbottom and becomes the barwoman of the Three Broomsticks
Abercrombie, Euan- A Gryffindor student who first came to Hogwarts in Harry’s 4th year.
Ackerley, Steward- A Ravenclaw student who was first introduced in Goblet of Fire.
Aesalon, Falcon- From ancient Greece, he was the first ever recorded animagus and could transform into a falcon.
Agnes- A patient in St. Mungo’s who’s head is covered in fur and barks instead of speaks.
Agrippa, Cornelius- Living from 1486 – 1535 and was on a wizard card saying celebrated wizard imprisoned by Muggles for his writing, because they thought his books were evil”. She is also the only card that Ron does not have in his collection (along with Ptolemy).
Alderton, Archibald- On a wizard card and is famous for blowing up a small town in Hampshire while trying to mix a birthday cake.
Alguf the Awful- A goblin who is known for trying to sell dungbombs.
Alphard- Sirius Black’s uncle who left Sirius gold to buy his own place. He, like Sirius, has been removed from the Black family tree (probably for leaving Sirius the gold).
Archie- An old wizard Harry saw while at the world cup, who said he would rather wear a muggle women’s dress than men’s clothing because he “likes a nice healthy breeze around his privates.”
Aragog- The creature that was believed to be the monster inside the Chamber of Secrets. Was raised by Hagrid inside the castle and is an acromantula. Lives in the forest with it’s family, and ordered Harry and Ron to be killed in Book 2. He also died in Book 6.
Arnold- Ginny’s pet Pygmy Puff.
Aubrey, Bertram- A boy that Sirius and James Potter used an illegal hex on that made his head swell to twice it’s normal size.
Avery- A death eater who stayed out of Azkaban by saying he was acting under the imperius curse. He was apologizing to Voldemort in Book 4, but Voldemort then said “crucio” and he fell in pain.
Babayaga- A Russian hag that ate children for lunch and breakfast.
Baddock, Malcolm- A boy sorted into Slytherin in Book 4.
Bagman, Ludo- Full name, Ludovic Bagman. Head of the department of magical games and sports in the ministry of magic before fleeing at the end of the 4th book. He was an international quidditch player (beater) for the Wimbourne Wasps. While on the team, they won 3 strait league championships. He was the commenter at the Quidditch World Cup and the Triwizard Tournament. He kept trying to give Harry tips on the Triwizard tournament because he bet that Harry would win. He was also charged as a death eater while still in his quidditch days, but got out of it by saying that the death eater was an old family friend, and he had no idea he was a death eater.
Bagman, Otto- Ludo’s brother who had a problem with an unnatural lawnmower and needed attention from Mr. Weasley.
Bagman, (Ludo and Otto’s father)- Father of Ludo and Otto Bagman, and friend of death eater Augustus Rookwood.
Bagnold, Millicent- Minister of Magic before Cornelius Fudge.
Bagshot, Bathilda- Author of A History of Magic. Was killed by Voldemort and then possessed by Nagini
Bandon Banshee- A creature that Gilderoy Lockhart banished, but was really banished by a witch with a hair lip.
Bane- A centaur that gets mad at Firenze (another centaur) for helping Harry Potter. He also tells Hagrid to get out of the forest and take Grawp (his giant 1/2 brother) with him.
Barbary, Heathcote- Plays guitar for the wizading band The Weird Sisters.
Barker- Created the Twigger 90 with Flyte.
Barkwith, Musidora- A famous wizarding composer of her work which featured an exploding Tuba. Her work is now banned after blowing the roof off a building.
Barnabas the Barmy- A portrait on the 7th floor of Hogwarts across from the room of requirement.
Barny- The famous mascot of the Ballycastle bats who was featured in a butterbeer add saying I’m just batty about butterbear.
Barrufio- A wizard mentioned in Book 1 who mis-said a charm and suffered from it. And also perhaps is the creator of Baruffio’s Brain Elixir.
Bashir, Ali- A wizard who tried to smuggle in flying carpets in Britain (which is not allowed due to the Registry of Proscribed Charmable Objects), and who Mr. Weasley had to deal with his job at the Ministry of Magic, Misuse of Muggle Artifacts.
Basil- The keeper of the portkeys at the Quidditch World Cup. He disguises as a muggle by wearing a kilt and a poncho and greets the Weasleys, Harry, and Hermione when they arrive (although the comment was directed to Mr. Weasley).
Bayliss, Hetty- A muggle women who save Ron Weasley flying the Ford Angelina before going invisible.
Beamish, Oswald- Leader in Goblin rights.
Beedle the Bard- Author of wizarding childrenís fairy tales; “The Fountain of Fair Fortune,” “The Wizard and the Hopping Pot” “Babbitty Rabbitty and her Cackling Stump” and “The Tale of the Three Brothers.”
Belby, Flavius- Survived an attack by a lethifold by using the partonus charm. He was also voted the president of the Goblestones club.
Belby, Marcus- A boy in the Slug Club first introduced in Book 6. His uncle Damocles invented the Wolfsbane Potion.
Belcher, Humphrey- A man who believed the time was right to invent the Cheese Cauldron.
Bell, Katie- A Gryffindor girl 1 year above Harry who plays chaser on the Gryffindor quidditch team. She also had a very bad encounter in her 7th year, when somebody put a curse on a necklace she was to deliver and she touched it, making most of her 7th year spent in St. Mungo’s hospital.
Benson, Amy- A girl in Tom Riddle’s orphanage who went into a cave with Riddle and was never the same again.
Billy- A boy in Tom Riddle’s orphanage who got into an argument with Tom, and who’s rabbit was dead (probably killed by Tom).
Binky- Lavender Brown’s baby rabbit who was killed (on Oct. 16) by a fox after Professor Trelawney’s prediction that the thing she dreads will come on October 16th.
Binns- A ghost teacher who teaches History of Magic. It is said that he just died during the night and got up from his chair, not noticing he was dead. He told the students in Harry’s year (in Book 2) about the legend of the Chamber of Secrets.
Bishop, Dennis- A boy in Tom Riddle’s orphanage who went into a cave with Riddle and was never the same again.
(Black) Andromeda – Sirius Black’s favorite cousin and mother of Nymphadora Tonks (maiden name Black). Married a muggle man Ted Tonks, and was removed from the family tree. She is the sister of Bellatrix Lestrange and Narcissa Malfoy.
(Black) Araminta Meliflua- Sirius’s mother’s cousin who tried to make muggle hunting legal.
(Black) Bellatrix Lestrange- (Maiden name Black) Sirius Black’s first cousin who became a death eater and killed Sirius Black. Is believed to be Voldemort’s number 1 death eater.
(Black) Aunt Elladora- Started the tradition of beheading a house elf when it is too old to hold a tea tray in the Black family.
(Black) Narcissa- The mother of Draco Malfoy, and the wife of Lucius Malfoy. First cousin of Sirius Black, and sister of Andromeda Tonks and Bellatrix Lestrange.
Black, Regulus- Younger brother of Sirius black who turned into a death eater and was a Slytherin. According to Sirius, he got asked to do something, got scared and tried to back out so Voldemort had him killed.
Black, Sirius– Sirius Black is the oldest son of the Blacks. He ran away from home at 16 and lived with James Potter and his family for a while. Soon after he got his own place from money he received from his Uncle Alfred (below). He was in Gryffindor house, unlike most of the other blacks. He was best friends with James Potter, Remus Lupin, and Peter Pettigrew while at school, creating the marauder’s map with them. He was then sent to Azkaban (after graduating) for supposedly telling Voldemort where James, Lily, and Harry Potter were (Even though he is Harry’s godfather). He broke out 12 years later and was supposedly after Harry. He turned out not to be bad, and Harry loved him like a father and a brother. He died in Book 5 after being killed by his first cousin Belatrix Lestrange.
(Black) Uncle Alfred- Sirius Black’s uncle who left Sirius gold to buy his own place. He, like Sirius, has been removed from the Black family tree (probably for leaving Sirius the gold).
Blane, Balfour- The wizard who created the Committee on Experimental Charms.
Bletchley, Miles- Keeper for the Slytherin Team. He also hit Angelina in the back with a jinx before a quidditch game.
Bloody Barron- The Slytherin House Ghost. Fell in love with The Gray Lady (Ravenclaw’s daughter) but she did not love him back, he ended up murdering her and then killed himself as well.
Blott. ?s- One of the owners of Flourish and Blotts (Though not confirmed)
Bloxam, Beatrix- Author of children’s books that cause nausea and vomiting; The Toadstool Tales.
Bludd, Blodwyn- A vampire who is known as the Vampire from the Valleys. Sings to its victims before biting their necks.
Boardman, Stubby- Lead singer of the wizarding band the Hobblegoblins. In the magazine The Quibber, it said that this man is Sirius Black, and that he is innocent.
Bob- The man Mr. Weasley and Harry meet in the elevator on the way to Harry’s hearing in the ministry of magic. He had a chicken with him that breathed fire.
Bode, Broderick- An unspeakable in the Ministry of Magic who works for the Department of Mysteries. He was found dead at 49 in St. Mungo’s strangled by a deadly plant; Devil’s Snare. He was bewitched by Lucius Malfoy to remove the weapon.
Bole- The Slytherin beater who hit Alicia over the head with the club; claiming that he thought she was the bludger.
Bonnacord, Pierre- First Supreme Mugwump of the International Confederation of Wizards, which the position is now held by Dumbledore. Wanted to ban troll hunting, but was unable to because they were causing trouble in Lichtenstein.
Bones, Amelia- Prior head of the Department of Magical Law Enforcement and watched over Harry’s hearing in Book 5. She is fair and honest, but was killed by death eaters in the 2nd year of Voldemort’s return. Aunt of Hufflepuff (in Harry’s year) Susan Bones.
Bones, Edgar- Brother of Amelia Bones and in the Order of the Phoenix, he was killed with his wife and kids by death eaters before the fall of Lord Voldemort. The wizard who killed them escaped in the 5th Book.
Bones, ? (Grandmother of Susan Bones)- Susan Bones’s grandmother who was killed by death eaters
Bones, Susan- A Hufflepuff girl in Harry’s grade who was in the D.A. who’s aunt, grandmother, and uncle were killed by death eaters. Helped with the ambush of Malfoy on the Hogwarts express in Book 5.
Bonham, Mungo- A healer who founded St. Mungo’s Hospital for Magical Maladies and Injuries. He was also Wizard of the Month of March, 2005 on J.K. Rowling’s official site.
Boot, Terry- A Ravenclaw in Harry’s year who joined the D.A. He was one of the D.A. member who helped with the ambush of Malfoy on the Hogwarts express in Book 6.
Boothby, Gladys- Invented the Moontrimmer Broomstick.
Borage, Libatius- Author of Advanced Potion-Making . This is the book that the Half-Blood Prince wrote in in Book 6.
Borgin, ?- One of the owner’s of the shop Borgin and Burkes in Knockturn Alley that sells things of the Dark Arts.
Bott, Bertie- Creator of the favorite wizard (and now also muggle) Bertie Bott’s Every Flavor Beans.
Bozo- A photographer who works for the daily prophet, taking pictures while Rita Skeeter writes the articles.
Bradley- A Ravenclaw chaser mentioned in Book 5.
Bragge, Barberus- Chief of the Warlock’s Council in 1262 who offered over 150 Galleons to whoever caught the Golden Snidget first. A women from the audience went out to protest to the harm of the bird, and summoned it. From then on, the Snidget became a regular part of a quidditch game.
Brand, Rudolph- Captain of the Heidelburg Harries who at the end of the match proposed to the captain of the other team- Gwendolyn Morgan of the Holyhead Harpies. She then hit him over the head with her broom.
Brankovitch III, Maximus- Seeker for the Fitchburg Finches in Massachusetts, United States.
Branstone, Eleanor- A girl who was sorted into Hufflepuff in Book 4.
Broadmoor, Kevin and Karl- Beaters for the Falmouth Falcons from 1958 to 1969.
Brocklehurst, Mandy- A girl in Harry’s year who was sorted into Ravenclaw in Book 1.
Brook Stanton, Rupert “Axebanger”- A name Hermione comes across when looking for somebody with initials R.A.B.
Brown, Lavender- A Gryffindor girl in Harry’s year who is best friends with Pavarti Patil. She attends the Yule Ball with Seamus Finnigan, and likes the subject of divination. She joined the D.A. as soon as it was formed, Is Ron’s girlfriend in Book 6.
Bryce, Frank- The Riddle’s gardener who the people of the village thought had killed the riddles. He is killed by Wormtail with the Avada Kedavra curse after overhearing what Voldemort and Wormtail had been talking about.
Buckbeak- The hippogriff that is taught in Care of Magical Creatures in Book 3. If hurts Malfoy after he insults him and is sentenced to death. Harry and Hermione save him, and then he and Sirius Black escape together. He lives in the Black house in Books 3 and 4, and eventually goes back to Hogwarts with Hagrid being disguised as a different hippogriff, Witherwings.
Bulstrode, Millicent- An ugly Slytherin girl in Harry’s grade who has a cat (seeing that Hermione took cat hair off her robes for the polyjuice potion in Book 2, thinking they were Millicent’s.) Part of Umbridge’s Inquisitorial Squad in Book 5. She also checked out quidditch through the ages (due back February 6)
Bunky, K.- Checked out Quidditch through the Ages (Due back on October 12th)
Bungs, Rosalind Antigone- A name Hermione comes across when looking for somebody with the initials R.A.B.
Burbage, Professor Charity- Muggle studies teacher at Hogwarts. Wrote an article about muggleborns for the daily prophet. Was murdered by Lord Voldemort in book 7 (and eaten by Nagini the snake).
Burke, Caractucus- Owner of the Dark Art’s store Borgin and Burkes in Knockturn Alley.
Cadogan, Sir- Guards the entrance to the Gryffindor common room when the fat lady’s portrait is destroyed, because none of the other portrait’s are brave enough to do it. Changes the passwords daily and challenges students to duels. He also lets Sirius Black into Gryffindor tower since he had the passwords (Neville wrote them on pieces of paper and then looses them).
Cadwallader- A Hufflepuff chaser in Book 6.
Capper, S.- A student who checked out Quidditch through the Ages (Due back January 31st)
Carmichel, Eddie- A Ravenclaw boy who received 9 owls the previous year (this year being Book 5) who tries to sell Harry and Ron Baruffio’s Brain Elixir which Hermione takes away because it is fake.
Carrow, Alecto- A death eater that was part of the group led by Draco Malfoy who invaded Hogwarts. The sister of Amycus Carrow. When Voldemort took over Hogwarts, Alecto Carrow became the Muggle Studies teacher.
Carrow, Amycus- A death eater with an odd laugh and was part of the death eaters led by Malfoy who invaded Hogwarts in Book 6. Alecto Carrow’s brother, a squat, “lumpy” looking wizard. When Voldemort took over the Hogwarts in the fall of 1997, Amycus was made the Defense Against the Dark Arts teacher, although he simply taught students to perform the Dark Arts
Catchlove, Greta- Author of Charm your Own Cheese.
Cauldwell, Owens- A boy sorted into Hufflepuff in Book 4.
Chambers- A Ravenclaw seeker who tried to score on Ron, but Ron stopped it.
Chang, Cho– The Ravenclaw seeker and an active member in the D.A. Is very pretty and dated Cedric Diggory in Book 4 and Harry in Book 5 (but they broke up). Then she dated Michael Corner after Harry.
Chittock, Glenda- Presenter on the Wizarding Wireless Network (WWN). Was also J.K. Rowling’s wizard of the month in October of 2004.
Chubb, Agatha- Finder of wizarding artifacts including 12 bludgers from the 16th century.
Circe- A famous Greek with who was famous for transfiguring lost sailors into pigs
Clagg, Elfrinda- Chief of the Warlock’s council who made the golden snidget a protected species and set up a reservation for them. JK Rowling’s wizard of the month in June, 2005. (Although in Quidditch through the Ages it says she was chief of the Wizard’s council). Her portrait is in St. Mungos’ (But that says Elfrinda Cragg, perhaps a mispelling)
Clearwater, Penelope- Girlfriend of Percy Weasley since book 2, and head girl in book 3. She was petrified by the basilisk with Hermione Granger outside of the library.
Cliodna- Famous for having 3 birds who could heal with their songs, and she was an animagus that could change into a bird.
Clogg, Edgar- A ghost that has been around the quidditch field for a long time (Character known from Quidditch World Cup game)
Cole, ?- Head of the orphanage that Tom Riddle grew up in.
Connolly- Irish national team’s beater.
Coote, Ritchie- A Gryffindor beater in Book 6.
Corner, Michael- A Ravenclaw boy in Harry’s Year that Ginny dates and dumps because he was a sore loser from quidditch in Book 5. He later dated Cho Chang in Book 5 also.
Crabbe, ?- A death eater who is the father of Vincent Crabbe and never went to Azkaban.
Crabbe, Vincent- A Slytherin boy in Harry’s year who is one of Draco Malfoy’s best friends. Very dumb and fat like Goyle, Crabbe also plays beater in the Slytherin quidditch team in books 4 and 5, and hits Harry in the back after the game was over. Was killed in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.
Cragg, Elfrinda- See Clagg, Elfrinda
Crapaud- A character in a play written by the French Wizard Malecrit called “las, Je me suis Transfigurles Pieds”- meaning Alas, I have Transfigured my Feet. This character said to Grenouille that he could not carry the cow alone.
Creevy, Colin- A Gryffindor boy 1 year young than Harry who was very keen on Harry in the books, especially the 2nd one (taking pictures of him every minute). He was petrified in Book 2 after seeing the Basilisk through his camera. He and his brother Dennis are in the D.A. Both boys are also muggle born. Was killed during battle in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.
Creevy, Dennis- Probably the youngest kid in the D.A. (a second year) Dennis Creevy is the younger brother of Colin Creevy. Also very keen of Harry and small for his age (or at least he was the smallest kid being sorted in Book 4). He has brown hair and likes to hang out with 2 years older brother Colin.
Cresswell, Dirk- One of Slughorn’s old favorite students who is now head of the Goblin Liaison Office.
Croaker, ?- Works for the Department of Mysteries in the Ministry of Magic
Crockford, Doris- A witch Harry met in the Leaky Cauldron in the beginning of Book 1.
Cronk, Crispin- He was famous for keeping sphinxes in his backyard. He was eventually sent to Azkaban for not giving them up.
Crookshanks- Hermione’s ginger cat who is part kneazle.
Crouch, Barty Sr.- Bartemius Crouch used to be one of the best auror’s around. He was headed to be the next minister of magic, before his son turned out to be a death eater. He sent his own son to Azkaban, before sneaking him out and putting his dying mother in his place (using polyjuice potion). He kept his son Barty Crouch Jr. under the imperius curse, but he eventually fought it and got away. He returned to Lord Voldemort and killed his father (to read more, go to Crouch, Barty Jr.)
Crouch, Barty Jr.- Raised by Barty Crouch Sr. who was a ministry auror and his mother, he became a death eater and was sent to Azkaban by his father. His father snuck him out on his mothers wished by putting her (who was dying) in his place in Azkaban. She died there a little while after. He was put under the imperius curse until he fought it and managed to get a wand at the quidditch world cup, where he shot the dark mark into the air. Crouch Sr. realized it and put him under the curse once again. Voldemort then personally came to get Crouch Jr., putting Crouch Sr. on the curse. Barty Jr. then went to Hogwarts pretending to be Mad-Eye moody and sent Harry Potter to Lord Voldemort, before Harry escaped (more detail, see here). Crouch killed his father and transformed him into a bone. Cornelius Fudge, minister of magic had a dementor perform the kiss on fudge, sucking out his soul.
Crouch, ?- Wife of Barty Crouch Sr. and mother of Barty Crouch Jr. After her son was put in Azkaban, she begged her husband to switch them. She drank polyjuice potion with his hairs in it, and he drank it with her and they transformed. She later died in Azkaban.
Crumb, Gideon- Plays the bagpipes in the band the Weird Sisters.
Cuffe, Barabas- Editor of the Daily Prophet who used to be in the Slug Club at Hogwarts.
Curd, Gerta- Author of Charm your own Cheese.
Damocles- The uncle of Marcus Belby who invented the Wolfsbane potion.
Davies, Roger- A Ravenclaw boy who is captain of the quidditch team. He took Fleur Delacour to the Yule Ball in Book 4. He asked Cho Chang out in Book 5, but she turned him down.
cDavis, Tracy- A girl sorted into Slytherin in Harry’s year (Mentioned in an interview with J.K. Rowling).
Dawlish- Described as a tough looking wizard with short hair. An auror who works for the Ministry of Magic. He came with Fudge to try and expell Harry, but was knocked out along with Umbridge, Kingsley, and Fudge by Dumbeldore. He also tried to arrest Hagrid in Book 5. Later, in Book 6 he was assigned to Hogsmeade in Book 6 to guard it along with Tonks, Proudfoot, and Savage. Scrimgeous sent Dawlish after Dumbledore in book 6 to follow him to wherever he was going.
Dearborn, Caradoc- A wizard from the picture of the Order of the Phoenix in Book 5 who disappeared and was probably dead.
Delacour, Apolline- Married to Monsieur Delacour and mother of Fleur and Gabrielle Delacour. Was present for the Third Task of the Triwizard Tournament held at Hogwarts. Madame Delacour is described as being a beautiful blonde woman and accomplished at household spells
Delacour, Fleur- The Beabatons champion of the Triwizard Tournament in Book 4. She’s tall and part veela, and of course very pretty. After she graduated Beabatons, she got a job in Gringotts bank to improver her English. While there, she met her fiance Bill Weasley. (That’s how she is related to the Black’s because Arthur Weasley is Sirius’s second cousin once removed, so Bill is related to Sirius, and Fleur is getting married to Bill, so they are related by marriage). Has a daughter named Victoire.
Delacour, Gabrielle- The younger sister of Gabriella Delacour. Harry saved her in the second task of the Triwizard Tournament in Book 4 because he did not think Fleur would be there in time to save her.
Delacour, Monsieur-Married to Appoline Delacour and father of Fleur and Gabrielle Delacour. Attended the Third Task of the Triwizard Tournament . Monsieur Delacour is short, plump, and as having a little, pointed black beard
Delaney- Podmore, Patrick- (Sir Patrick Delaney-Podmore) Leader of the Headless Hunt who keeps not letting Nearly Headless Nick into the Headless Hunt.
de Montmorency, Laverne- Invented many love potions.
Dennis- A boy in Dudley’s gang.
Derek- A Hogwarts first year who stayed over and was surprised that Dumbeldore knew him (after Dumbledore asked him to pass him something) in Book 3.
Derrick- A Slytherin boy mentioned in Books 3 and 5 who was a beater on the Slytherin quidditch team.
Derwent, Dilys- A famous witch who was portraits in Hogwarts and other wizarding buildings who was a St. Mungo’s healer(1722 to 1741). She also used to be a headmistress at Hogwarts (from 1741 to 1768) and is the one who told Dumbledore Arthur Weasley was taken into St. Mungo’s in Book 5.
Deverill, Philbert- Manager of the Puddlemere United Quidditch Team.
Diddy- A name that Aunt Petunia calls Dudley.
Diggle, Dedalus- A member of the Order of the Phoenix who Harry met in the Leaky Cauldron in Book 1. He lives in Kent and lacks a bit of common sense.
Diggory, Amos- The father of Cedric Diggory (who dies in book 4). Works for the Department for the Regulation and Control of Magical Creatures. Very emotional and lives near the Weasleys.
Diggory, Cedric- The Hogwarts Champion (besides Harry) who tied winning the Triwizard Tournament with Harry Potter. Unfortunately, the cup was a portkey and transported him to a graveyard with Harry> He was killed by Wormtail (Voldemort’s servant). He was also the Hufflepuff seeker and captain and dated Cho Chang before he died.
Diggory, ?- The mother of Cedric Diggory and the wife of Amos Diggory. Is not as emotional as her husband.
Dimitrox- A Bulgarian chaser on the Bulgarian National Quidditch Team.
Dingle, Harold- Tried to sell Dragon Claws as a study aid, which actually turned out to be pixie droppings in Book 5.
Diddydums, Dinky- A name that Aunt Petunia calls Dudley
Dippet, Armando- Headmaster of Hogwarts when Tom Marvolo Riddle (Lord Voldemort) attended.
Dobbs, Emma- Was sorted in Book 4 into Hufflepuff.
Dodderidge, Daisy- Creator of the Leaky Cauldron. Was made to connect the wizarding and muggle worlds.
Dobby- A very kind house elf that was first introduced in Book 2. He came to warn Harry not to go back to Hogwarts (and blocked Harry and Ron from going to Hogwarts, and bewitching the bludger to hit Harry’s arm so he would go back to the Dursley’s and leave Hogwarts). Dobby also appeared at the end of this book, where Harry set him free by giving his owner, Lucius Malfoy a sock and throwing it in the air. Dobby caught it and was set free. Dobby then came to work at Hogwarts with his friend Winky. Here, he helped Harry several times such as giving him the Gillyweed so he can breathe under water in the second task in Book 4. Dobby told Harry about the Room of Requirement so he could have the D.A. meetings there, and Dobby and Kreacher (another House Elf) followed Malfoy to find out what he’s doing in Book 6. Was killed by Bellatrix Lestrange in Deathly Hallows after saving Harry and company.
Doge, Elphias- An old wizard who was in the order before and after the fall of Voldemort, as well as in the present books. Was one of the Advanced Guard who came to get Harry from the Dursley’s in Book 5. Wrote Dumbledore’s obituary in Deathly Hallows.
Dolohov, Antonin- Death eater who was sent to Azkaban for murdering the Prewett brothers (brothers of Molly Weasley) and betrayed by Karkaroff. He was amoung those who escaped from Azkaban in Book 5. He was recaptured after fighting for Voldemort in the Department of Mysteries.
Dorkins, Ragmar- Manger of the Chudley Cannons
Dorny, J.- Checked out Quidditch Through the Ages (Due back on December 5th)
Dudders- A name that Aunt Petunia calls Dudley.
Duke, Kirley- Lead guitar player in the wizarding band the wierd sisters.
Dumbeldore, Alberforth- Dumbledore’s brother is described as a strange bloke by Moody. He is the bartender of the Hog’s Head.
Dumbledore, Albus- (Full name: Albus Percival Wulfric Brian Dumbledore) Old Hogwarts Headmaster before McGonagall. Was known to be the only wizard that Voldemort ever feared. The head of the Order of the Phoenix and it’s secret keeper. He was murdered by Severus Snape at the end of Book 6. He was most famous for the defeat of the dark wizard Grindelwald in 1945, for the discovery of the 12 uses of dragon’s blood, and for his work in alchemy with Nicholas Flamel.
Dumbledore, Ariana- Dumbledore’s younger sister who was tormented by 3 muggle boys and this resulted in her never using magic until it had built up so much that it would explode out of her. She was killed when Albus and Gellert Grindelwald were fighting.
Dumbledore, Kendra- Mother of Albus, Aberforth and Ariana Dumbledore. She was accidently killed by Ariana.
Dumbledore Percival- Father of Albus, Aberforth and Ariana Dumbledore. Was sent to Azkaban after attacking the muggle boys who hurt his daughter.
Dunstan, B- Checked out Quidditch Through the Ages (due back on May 16th)
Dursley, Dudley- Harry Potter’s mean and very fat cousin who is the only child of Vernon and Petunia Dursley. He was always mean to Harry but grew fearful of him when he learned magic.
Dursley, Marjorie (Marge)- Marjorie Dursley is the sister of Vernon Dursley. Although she is not related to Harry Potter, he was forced to call her Aunt Marge. She insults Harry’s parents and accidentally blows her up like a balloon.
Dursley, Petunia- The sister of Harry’s mother who is described as a horse-faced, bony blonde. She is very nosy and mean to Harry (The only time that Harry ever saw her being his mother’s sister was in Book 5 after Dudley was attacked by dementors). She spoils her son Dudley very much. Maiden name: Petunia Evans.
Dursley, Vernon- Harry’s uncle (by marriage to Petunia Evans) who is a big beefy man and does not like Harry. He does not like magic and tried to squish it out of Harry by never telling him the truth about him being a wizard and having wizarding parents (of which were killed by the Dark Lord Voldemort).
Dzou Yen- A Chinese Alchemist.
Eargit the Awful- The goblin representative at the 14th century wizards council.
Edgecombe, Marietta- The friend of Cho Chang’s who joined the D.A. and then sold them out to Professor Umbridge. The words sneak appeared all over her face because there was a jinx on the paper and whoever told would have sneak written all of their face. Her mother works in the ministry of magic department of Magical Transportation, Floo Network Office. She could not however tell because Order of the Phoenix member Kingsley Shacklebolt quickly modified her memory. She then told Fudge she did not know of the D.A.
Edgecombe, Madam- Mother of Marietta Edgecombe (see above) and works for the Ministry of Magic in the Department of Magical Transportation, Floo Network Office. She helped Fudge watch the Hogwarts fires.
Egbert the Egregious- He possessed the Elder Wand for some time and slaughtered Emeric the Evil to gain it.
Egg, Mordicus- Author of “The Philosophy of the Mundane: Why Muggles Prefer Not to Know.”
Elfric the Eager – Responsible for some sort of uprising mentioned in Book 1.
Elladora- Started the tradition of beheading a house elf when it is too old to hold a tea tray in the Black family. (Also see under Black- Aunt Elladora)
Ellerby- Brought out a new model of the Tinderblast and the Swiftstick.
Elphick, Wilfred- First person to be gored by an Erumpent.
Emeric the Evil-Wizard who Binns sometimes mixes up with Uric the Oddball in class. He possessed the Elder Wand for some time and was slaughtered by Emeric the Evil to gain it.
Ethelred the Ever-Ready- Wizard who was famous for being offended easily. He often jinxed and curses innocent people, and was sent to prison (where he died).
Emeric the Evil – A wizard that Harry and Ron got mixed up with Uric the Oddball.
Errol- The Weasley family’s old owl.
Evans, Lily – See Potter, Lily.
Evans, Petunia- See Dursley, Petunia
Evans, Mark- A muggle boy who Dudley and gang tormented. No relation to Lily Evans.
Everard- Former headmaster of Hogwarts who has a portrait in Hogwarts, the Ministry of Magic, and several other Wizarding locations.
Fancourt, Perpetua- Invented the Lunascope
Fang- Hagrid’s black boarhound. Is quite a coward, even though looks very strong.
Fat Friar- The Hufflepuff house ghost.
Fat Lady- The portrait of the Fat Lady covers the entrance to the Gryffindor tower (and has for a long time, probably at least 40 or so years).
Fawcetts- A family of wizards that live near the Weasleys and the Diggorys. 1 known member of their family goes to Hogwarts (see below).
Fawcett, S.- A Ravenclaw girl in Harry’s year (though not confirmed). She, like Fred and George, tried to use an age potion to get across Dumbledore’s line to enter the Triwizard Tournament in Book 4. During the 2nd book, she and Ernie Macmillan were put together as partners for dueling club. She also gets in trouble after overhearing Karkaroff talk to Snape in Book 4.
Fawkes- A phoenix that belongs to Professor Dumbledore. It can carry very heavy loads, has a magical song, has the ability to heal, and it a very faithful pet. She gave two wand feathers; one for Voldemort’s wand and one for Harry’s.
Fenwick, Benji- A member of the old Order of the Phoenix who was killed by death eaters.
Fergus- Seamus Finnigan’s cousin who apparates just to annoy Seamus.
Figg, Arabella Doreen- A muggle who lives on Wisteria Walk near the Dursleys. She owns many cats and is a squib, meaning that she was born into a magical family but does is not magical. She was instructed by Dumbledore (when Harry was young) to keep an eye on Harry. She was Harry’s babysitter who was mean to him (because if she was nice, the Dursley’s wouldn’t want Harry going over there). She was discovered by the reader to be associated with the wizarding world in Book 5.
Filtch, Argus- The caretaker at Hogwarts who despises of students and is a squib. His best friend is Mrs. Norris and (though slightly mentioned in Book 6) appears to have a relationship with Madam Pince, the librarian.
Finch-Fletchley, Justin- A muggle born Hufflepuff boy in Harry’s year. He was petrified in Book 2 after threatened by a Snake Harry was speaking parseltongue to it. This is what made everybody beleive Harry was the heir to Slytherin.
Fingal the Fearless- An Irish wizard who was said to be an Aingingein champion.
Finnigan, ?- Seamus Finnigan’s mother who Harry, Ron, and Hermione met at the Quidditch World Cup in book 4. She also believed that Harry was making everything up about Voldemort coming back like many other wizards in the wizarding world.
Finnigan, Seamus– Best friends with Dean Thomas, Seamus Finnigan is in 1/2 blood Gryffindor in Harry’s year. Seamus and Harry usually get along peaty well, except for 1 feud in the beginning of Book 5. He eventually apologized and going the D.A.
Firenze- A centaur who takes the place of Professor Trelawney when she is fired as Divination teacher. He also helped Harry in his first year.
Flamel, Nicholas- Friend of Dumbledore famous for creating the Philosopher’s (Sorcerer’s) Stone. Died somewhere between Harry’s 1st year and his 5th year.
Flamel, Perenelle- Wife of Nicholas Flamel
Fleet, Angus- A muggle man who saw the Ford Anglia before it going invisible.
Fletcher, Mudungus- Although he is a criminal in his own way. Mudungus Fletcher is a member of the Order of the Phoenix. His job (in Book 5) was to watch over Harry. He stepped out for a few minutes to buy stolen cauldrons, and that was when Harry was attacked by dementors. He is useful for the order because he knows all of the criminals.
Flint, Marcus- A Slytherin student who is a chaser and captain of the Slytherin Quidditch Team in Books 1 through 3. According to J.K. Rowling, he had to do a year over.
Flitwick, Filius- The charms teacher and head of Ravenclaw house at Hogwarts.
Florence- A Hogwarts student that Rita Skeeter supposedly saw kissing
Flourish, ?- One of the owners of Flourish and Blotts (though not confirmed).
Flourish and Blotts (Manager)- A wizard who works in Flourish and Blotts who tries to keep Lockhart’s signing controlled, gets very scared when Harry walks into the shop looking for his books (thinking he wanted a copy of the monster book of monsters), lost a large quantity of invisible books that cost a fortune, and advises Harry not to buy Death Omens: What to Do When You Know the Worst Is Coming.
Fluffy- The three headed dog that was kept guarding the trap door that led to the sorcerer’s stone (although there were many more obstacles) in book 1. It can be put to sleep with music.
Flume, Ambrosius- Owner of Honeydukes who left his shop abandoned in Book 6.
Flyte– First produced the Twigger 90 with Barker.
Fortescue, Florean- Owner of the Ice Cream Parlor that game Harry free sundaes in Book 3. He was taken by Voldemort in the Summer between books 5 and 6.
Fridwulfa- Giantress and mother of Rubeus Hagrid and Grawp. Abandoned Hagrid and his father when Hagrid was young. Also abandoned Grawp because he was small.
Frobisher, Vicky- A girl who tried out for keeper and flew better than Ron, but said if practice came in the way of her Charms Club, then she would not go to practice, therefore not getting a spot on the team.
Fubster, Colonel- A man who looks after Aunt Marge’s 12 dogs when she is not home.
Fudge, Cornelius- Minister of Magic from Books 1 through 5. Used to be very keen of Harry in Books 1 through 4, but in Book 5 he believed that Harry was making up that Voldemort was back in order to get detention. He was later proven wrong and sacked of the job and replaced by Rufus Scrimgeour.
Fulbert the Fearful- A very fearful wizard who never left his house, thinking he would get hurt. He died when his roof collapsed after a spell backfire.
Furmage, Dymphna- A witch terrified of pixies.
Gaunt, Marvolo- The grandfather of Lord Voldemort who (like Voldemort) is a parseltongue. His daughter, Merope (Voldemort’s mother) ran off and married a muggle. He does not think highly of muggle borns or muggles. Tom Riddle was named after him (his middle name- Ton Marvolo Riddle)
Gaunt, Merope- The mother of Tom Riddle (Lord Voldemort) who fell in love with muggle Tom Riddle. She used a love potion to make him fall in love with her. She was pregnant when she stopped using the love potion on her, and then he left her. She died giving birth to Tom Riddle. (she is under Slytherin because she is related to him)
Gaunt, Morfin- The crazy brother of Merope Gaunt and son of Marvolo Gaunt. He was put under the imperius curse by his nephew Tom Marvolo Riddle (Lord Voldemort) to say that he killed Tom Riddle (Voldemort’s father) and his parents, where it was actually Tom Marvolo (Voldemort) that did.
(Guant) Tom Marvolo- Tom Marvolo (Surname of Riddle) was the daughter of Merope Guant. To see more, see Riddle, Tom Marvolo or Voldemort.
Ghoul (of the Weasleys)- The creature that is living in the attic of the Weasley house.
Giant Squid (of Hogwarts)- A friendly giant squid that lives in the Hogwarts lake. It swims with students after owls in Book 5, and saved Dennis Creevy after he fell in the lake by putting him back into the boat (on his way to Hogwarts- since 1st years take the boats to Hogwarts) in Book 4.
Goldstein, Anthony- A prefect Ravenclaw boy in Harry’s grade who is a member of the D.A.
Golgomath- The giant that killed the Giant Karkus and took Karkus’s position as the Gurg. He prefers the death eaters to Hagrid and Madam Maxine.
Golpalott- A man who set down the law saying that the antidote for a blended poison will be equal to or more than the sum of the antidotes for each of the separate components.
Gordon- A boy in Dudley’s gang.
Goshawk, Miranda- Author of the Standard Book of Spells series.
Goyle, ?- Father of Hogwarts student Gregory Goyle (below) and an active death eater.
Goyle, Gregory- A boy in Slytherin in Harry’s grade who is friends with Draco Malfoy. His father is a death eater along with Malfoy’s father and Crabbe’s (See Crabbe, Vincent) father. He is a beater on the Slytherin quidditch team in books 5 and 6. He has short hand and gorilla-ish arms.
Granger, Hermione Jean- Hermione is a muggle born Gryffindor girl who is the smartest in Harry’s grade. She is best friends with Harry Potter along with Ron Weasley. She is a very hard working and intelligent girl. In her 5th year, she becomes a prefect. She also has dated the famous Bulgarian quidditch player Victor Krum in Book 4, and it has been hinted that she likes Ron Weasley. She is in the Slug Club because she excelled in potions class (along with all others). Her boggart is failing all of her exams, and it was her idea to start the D.A. her birthday is early in September, probably making her one of the oldest in their year. She is also the only character known so far to read Hogwarts, A History. Marries Ron Weasley and they have 2 children. She later works for the Ministry.
Granger, Mr and Mrs – Hermione’s parents, both dentists.
Graves, Merton- Plays cello for the wizarding band the Weird Sisters.
Grawp- Hagrid’s 1/2 brother from his mother’s side who is 16 feet tall. Hagrid hides him in the forbidden forest after bringing him back from his journey with the giants. Hagrid asked Harry, Ron, and Hermione to teach his English. Calls Hagrid “Hagger” and Hermione “Hermy”.
Greengrass, Daphne- A Slytherin student in Harry’s year who took her owls with Hermione.
Gregorovitch- Bulgarian wand maker who made Viktor Krum’s wand. Was later killed by Voldemort when he was looking for the Elder Wand.
Gregory the Smarmy- A medieval wizard who created Gregory’s Unctuous Unction; a potion that made the drinker think the person who gave it to them was their best friend. There is also a statue of him in Hogwarts with a secret passage behind it.
Grenouille- A character who was a keeper in a play by the French playwright Malecrit who wrote “las, Je me suis Transfigurles Pieds”- meaning Alas, I have Transfigured my Feet.
Grey Lady (Helena Ravenclaw)- The Ravenclaw house ghost. The daughter of Rowena Ravenclaw, she stole her mothers diadem to become more clever and smarter than her mother. Then she was murdered by the Bloody Baron who loved her.
Greyback, Fenrir- A friend of the Malfoy family who Draco threatened Borgin with in Knockturn Alley. He is a very dangerous werewolf who sets himself near lots of muggles and wizards when he turns into a werewolf; hoping to bite more people. He was actually the wizard who bit Remus Lupin (See Lupin, Remus). He comes to Hogwarts to attack at the end of Book 6 and bites Bill Weasley while in his human state. Bill’s face gets torn a cut very badly, but we are not sure if he will be a werewolf or not; seeing Greyback was still in his human form.
Griffiths, Glynnis- Seeker for the Holyhead Harpies quidditch team.
Grimstone, Elias- Broommaker who created the Oakshaft 79
Grindelwald, Gelert- The wizard that Dumbledore defeated in the 1945. Was best friends with Dumbledore back in the day before they had a falling out where Dumbledore’s sister Arianna was killed. He was defeated by Albus and spend the rest of his days in Nurmengard prison. He was murdered by Voldemort in his quest to find the Elder Wand.
Gringott- The goblin founder of Gringott’s Wizarding bank.
Griphook- A goblin who works at Gringott’s Bank.
Grubbly-Plank, Professor- A witch who temporarily substitutes for Hagrid in Books 4 and 5. Is a good teacher compared to Hagrid, and is preferred by much of Harry’s year.
Grunnion, Alberic- The inventor of the dungbomb.
Gryffindor, Godric- Found of the house of Gryffindor. He prized courage among the student. He was also the one who thought of the idea of the sorting hat.
Grymm, Malodora- A hag who used a beauty potion to make her look beautiful. She married the king of the land, and poisoned the prettiest girl in the area because she was jealous of her.
Guard, Platform- The man who guards platform 9 3/4 and collects the ticket to the train.
Gudgeon, Davey- A boy who almost lost an eye by playing a game of trying to touch the trunk of the Whomping Willow.
Gudgeon, Galvin- The seeker for the Chudley Cannons who is a bit bim-witted.
Gudgeon, Gladys- One of Lockhart’s biggest fans who writes to him weekly.
Gunhilda of Gorsemoor- An ugly with who was a great healer; developing a cure for Dragon Pox. She also has a statue of herself in Hogwarts which is also a secret passage. If you say the password, her hump on her back opens up to a tunnel, leading to Honeydukes cellar.
Gunhilda- A witch mentioned in a letter from Goodwin to his cousin Olaf in Quidditch through the Ages. It says that she had dragon pox, and was not up to playing quidditch, so they had to use Radulf the blacksmith instead (probably not the gunhilda mentioned above)
Gwenog- A witch who was not very liked because she played quidditch.
Hagrid, Rubeus- He was the wizard (1/2 giant) who delivered Harry to the Dursleys when he was a baby. He then came back 10 years later (when Harry was 11) and told Harry he was a wizard, brining him to Hogwarts. He was keeper of game and keys at Hogwarts until Book 3, where he had these jobs plus a new one; Care of Magical Creatures teacher. He is an active member of the Order of the Phoenix; where he went on a large mission in Book 5; where he had to convince giants not to go on the side of Voldemort. He also brought back his 1/2 brother Grawp with him. Is also a friend of Harry, Ron, and Hermione. He was expelled from Hogwarts when he was in his 3rd year, after supposedly raising the monster in the chamber of secrets (which was later proven incorrect)
Hagrid, ?- Father of Rubeus Hagrid who died when Hagrid was in his 2nd year of Hogwarts. Was married (or assumed) to the giant Fridwulfa (look under F section). Raised Hagrid on his own after Fridwulfa left.
Harkiss, Ciceron- Gave Ambrosius Flume of Honeydukes his first job.
Harper- A Slytherin boy in Ginny’s year who filled in for Malfoy in a Quidditch game in Book 6.
Harris, Warty- A wizard whose toads were stolen by Mudungus Fletcher.
Hedwig– A wizard/witch in A History of Magic and is the one Hedwig the owl is named after.
Hedwig the owl- Harry’s pet snow owl who was attacked in Book 5 and killed in book 7.
Hengist of Woodcroft- Moved to Scotland and started the wizarding village of Hosmeade.
Hengist of Upper Barnton- Giant killed by a giant-slayer Gifford Ollerton.
Hermes- Percy’s owl which was a gift for becoming a prefect.
Hermy- The name given to Hermione Granger (see Granger, Hermione) by Grawp (see Grawp above)
Herpo the Foul- The creator of the basilisk and a parseltongue.
Higgs, Bertie- A man who went hunting with McLaggen, his uncle Tiberius, and Rufus Scrimgeour.
Higgs, Terrence- The seeker for Slytherin in Book 1, who graduated and then was replaced by Malfoy.
Hipworth, Glover- Invented the peppermint potion, which cures a common cold.
Hokey- A house elf that was owned by Hepzibah Smith.
Hooch, Rolanda- She teaches flying class to first years and is pretty much in charge of all things to do with quidditch. She keeps the ball box in her office, and is the referee in quidditch matches.
Hooper, Geoffrey- Tried out for keeper in Book 5 and flew better than Ron Weasley, but was a whiner therefore not making the team.
Hopkirk, Malfalda- Employee of the Improper Use of Magic Office at the Ministry of Magic who sends letters to underage wizards who used magic.
Hoppy- One of Newt Scamander’s pet kneazles.
Hornby, Olive- Witch who teased Myrtle (Moaning Myrtle) and found her dead. She was then stocked by Myrtle’s ghost.
Hornby, ?- Brother of Olive Hornby who had his wedding haunted by Moaning Myrtle.
Horton, Basil- Played for the Falmouth Falcons who started the Comet trading company (along with Randolph Keitch).
Hubbard, Old Mother- A hag who lured animals into her house and starved them to death.
Hufflepuff, Helga- Founder of the house of Hufflepuff and one of the founders of Hogwarts who favored loyal students.
Humongous Bighead- The name that Fred and George Weasley changed Percy Weasley’s head boy badge to say.
Ickle Diddykins- A name that Aunt Petunia calls her son Dudley (see Dursley).
Imago, Inigo- Author of the Dream Oracle.
Ingolfr the Iambic- A poet from the 1400’s who wrote some about Quidditch.
Ivanova- Chaser on the Bulgarian Quidditch Team.
Jenkins, Joey- Beater for the Chudley Cannons.
Jewkes, Leonard- Created the Silver Arrow Racing Broom.
Jigger, Arsenius- Author of Magical Drafs and Potions, which is a book required for 1st year students for potions.
Johnson, Angelina- A Gryffindor house chaser from books 1 through 5. She was also quidditch captain in book 5. She is a tall black girl who went to the Yule Ball with Fred Weasley.
Jones, Gwenog- Captain and beater of the Holyhead Harpies.
Jones, Hestia- A member of the advanced guard of the Order of the Phoenix who came to get Harry from the Dursley’s in Book 5.
Jordan, Lee- A boy with dreadlocks 2 years older than Harry and best friends with Fred and George Weasley. After Fred and George left in Book 5, he levitated nifflers into Umbridge’s office to destroy it. He was also the commentator at the quidditch matches in Books 1 through 5.
Jorkins, Bertha- A witch who worked for the Ministry of Magic. She disappeared after traveling to Albania to meet a cousin. She had a history of not a great memory (though in school she had a great one) and people thought she had just lost track of time while she was missing. It turned out that she was tortured for information by Lord Voldemort and killed. She also had a memory charm put on her Barty Crouch Sr. (See Crouch, Barty Sr.) after she overheard him talking to his son.
Jugson- Death eater who fought in the Department of Mysteries in Book 5.
Karkaroff, Igor- Former head of Durmstrang who used to be a death eater. He did not go to Azkaban because he gave names of other death eaters. He fled at the end of Book 4, and it was hinted in book 6 that he was killed by death eaters.
Karkus- Name of the Gurg of the giants when Hagrid and Madam Maxine first arrive in the mountains in Book 5. He was killed by another giant (as giants usually do). He favored Hagrid and Madam Maxine more than the new Gurg did.
Keddle, Gertie- A witch who write about quidditch in a diary, from the times that the quaffle was made out of leather.
1 Kegg, Roland- President of the English Gobstones Quidditch team.
Keitch, Randolph- Played for the Falmouth Falcons and started the Comet Trading Company (along with Basil Horton).
Kettleburn, Professor- Care of Magical Creatures teacher before Hagrid, retired after Book 2.
Ketteridge, Elladora- The witch who discovered the use of gillyweed.
Kevin- A little boy at the quidditch world cup who took his father’s wand and enlarged a slug. His mother then took the wand away.
Kevin’s mother- Took the wand away from Kevin and accidentally stepped on an enlarged slug
King, R.J.H.- A name that appeared on a plaque for Gryffindor Quidditch in the film Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone. This character does not appear in the book.
Kirke, Andrew- Replaces one of the Weasley twins in Book 5 as beater on the Gryffindor Quidditch Team after the twins receive a life long ban.
Kneen, Goodwin- Wrote to his cousin about the game of Kwiddich (now spelled Quidditch.)
Kneen, Gunhilda- Wife of Goodwin Kneen (above) who played catcher (now known as chaser) for the Ilkley team. Could not play 1 match, and when her husband came back celebrating their win of that match, fired of many jinxes.
1 Knightley, Montague- Wizard Chess Champion.
Kreacher- The treacherous house elf that belonged to the Black family. He was very fond of Mr. and Mrs. Black (Sirius’s parents), most especially Mrs. Black. He used to live in a cabinet in the kitchen. He was the one who betrayed his master Sirius Black and told Harry that he was not home (Harry then assumed he was taken to the Department of Mysteries by Voldemort). Once Sirius died and left Harry all of his possessions, Kreacher became Harry’s servant. Harry sent him to live at Hogwarts and work in the kitchens. He was also assigned a job by Harry to follow Malfoy around in Book 4.
Krum, ?- Father of Victor Krum. Described in Book 4 as having a hooked nose, such as his son does. He came to visit his son in the 3rd task of the Triwizard tournament in Book 4. Live in Bulgaria.
Krum, ?- Mother of Victor Krum. Described in Book 4 as having dark hair. She came to visit her son in the 3rd task of the Triwizard tournament in Book 4. Live in Bulgaria.
Krum, Victor- Bulgarian Seeker on their national quidditch team. Was also the champion for Durmstrang (his school) in the Triwizard Tournament in Book 4. He went to the Yule Ball with Hermione Granger (see Granger, Hermione) in Book 4, and was written a novel by her in Book 5. He invited her to come and stay with him in the summer between her 4th and 5th year, but she declined (we think) because she was with Ron Weasley in Grimmauld place (the headquarters of the Order of the Phoenix) in the beginning of book 5 (summer between year 4 and 5). Hermione was also the 1 thing that he would miss the most; because she was at the bottom of the lake for Krum to save in the Second Task of the Triwizard Tournament.
Lachlan the Lanky- A statue of this wizard is on the 7th floor at Hogwarts.
Landlady of the Green Dragon- Faked her own death (was supposedly killed by a lethifold).
Leanne- Hogwarts student with harry. She was a friend of Katie Bell’s and was with Katie when she touched the cursed opal necklace while visiting Hogsmeade.
1 le Fey, Morgan- Queen of the island of Avalon and a great healer during Queen Arthur’s time.
1 Lestoat, Amarillo- Author of A Vampire’s Monologu; which is intended to make the readers bored so they are better prey.
Lestrange, Bellatrix- Is believed to be Voldemort’s number 1 death eater. Married Rudolph Lestrange and is the sister of Narcissa Malfoy and Andromeda Tonks. Has no children and was in Azkaban. She escaped in Book 5 with a lot of other death eaters. And she was also fighting in the department of ministries, where she killed her cousin Sirius Black.
Lestrange, Rabastan- Brother of Rodolphus Lestrange and a death eater.
Lestrange, Rodolphus- Husband of Belatrix Lestrange and a death eater.
Levski- Chaser on the Bulgarian National Quidditch Team.
Li, Su- A Ravenclaw girl in Harry’s year.
Llewellyn, Dai- Quidditch player for the Caerphilly Catapults who was eaten by a chimaera. Had a ward for bites named after him in St. Mungo’s.
Lochrin, Guthrie- A wizard who complained about splinters in his bottom from a broomstick.
Lockhart, Gilderoy- The Defense Against the Dark Arts Teacher in Book 2. Was famous for doing many famous things, none of which he really did. He heard the story in detail from the witch or wizard who really did it, and then gave them a memory charm and took credit for their story. He looses his memory by trying to perform a memory charm on Harry and Ron, but Ron’s broken wand backfires and he loses his memory. He now lives in St. Mungo’s and does not know who he is.
Longbottom (?), Algie- Neville’s great uncle who played several tricks on Neville to make him show magical ability. He also bought Neville Trevor the Toad. He also got Neville his mimbulus mimbletonia from Assyria.
Longbottom, Alice- Wife of Frank Longbottom and mother of Neville Longbottom. Used to be an auror until she and her husband were tortured by Death Eaters until the went insane. Round faced like her son, and now lives in St. Mungo’s. She and her husband escaped Voldemort Three Times.
Longbottom, Augusta- Mother of Frank Longbottom and grandmother of Neville. She raised Neville after her son and his wife went insane due to torture by death eaters. She takes Neville to see his parents during holidays, and is always telling Neville to live up to the family name and be proud of his parents because before they were insane, they were great aurors.
Longbottom (?), Ernid- Great Aunt of Nevile Longbottom who came in when Neville’s great Uncle Algie was holding Neville out of a window. She came in and Uncle Algie dropped Neville.
Longbottom, Frank- A great auror and father of Neville Longbottom. He and his wife Alice were tortured by Death Eaters until they went insane. He now lives in St. Mungo’s. Him and his wife escaped from Voldemort three times.
Longbottom, Neville– Neville Longbottom is the son of Alice and Frank Longbottom. His parents were tortured and went insane, therefore he was raised by his grandmother; Augusta Longbottom. He is a round faced boy who is a bit of a klutz. He was born on July 30th and is in the same year and house as Harry, therefore sharing a dormitory with him. He is fairly bad at school with the exception of herbology. He was in the D.A., probably being one of the most improved students. He went to fight in Book 5 in the Department of Mysteries, and was one of the last ones standing. He also fought when the death eaters came to Hogwarts in Book 6. This braveness is probably how he got into Gryffindor. He did not show any magical powers until he was 8. He could also have been the boy that the prophecy (about Harry) was written about. His parents defied Voldemort 3 times, and he was born at the end of July (1 day before Harry- July 30) Becomes the Herbology Professor of Hogwarts and marries Hannah Abbott.
Lovegood, ?- Mother of Luna Lovegood who was a great witch and liked to experiment. She died when one of her experiments (a spell) went wrong, and Luna saw it.
Lovegood, Luna– A Ravenclaw girl who is a year younger than Harry. She is in the D.A., and is one of the most active members. She went to the department of mysteries in Book 5 to fight the death eaters, and was also fighting in Book 6 when the death eaters came into Hogwarts. Her father is the editor of the Quibbler, and her mother died experimenting with spells.
Lovegood, Xenophilius-Father of Luna Lovegood who is the editor of the Quibbler. He published Rita Skeeter’s article about Harry in the Quibbler, which sold extra well that issue that the reprinted it. His newspaper talks about unusual things that some people do no think is true (Hermione for example). A believer in the Deathly Hallows.
Loony, Loopy Lupin- A nickname that Peeves the Poltergeist gives to Professor Lupin in Book 3.
Lufkin, Artemisia- First witch to become Minister of Magic. Wizard of the Month on JKRowling.com on February, 2005.
Lupin, Nymphadora (Dora) Tonks- See Nymphadora Tonks
Lupin, Remus J.- The Defense Against the Dark Arts teacher in Book 3. He was also best friends with Sirius Black, James Potter, and Peter Pettigrew when he attended Hogwarts. He is a werewolf and was bitten when he was young. He is a member of the Order of the Phoenix and was a Gryffindor when he was younger. He was also made a prefect so that he could try and get his friends to behave. He has a girlfriend (or we all hope he will come to his senses and accept) who is Nymphadora Tonks. Was murdered in Deathly Hallows by Dolohov in the final battle.
Lupid, Ted “Teddy” Remus- Orphan son of Remus and Tonks Lupin. He was raised by his grandmother and had regular meals with his godfather Harry. He is a metamorphmagus like his mother and is dating Victoire Weasley.
Lynch, Aidan- Seeker for the Irish National Quidditch Team.
Macdonald, Magnus- Headed a campaign to get rid of the game of Creaothceann, but failed.
MacDougal, Morag- A student in Harry’s year (house unknown)
MacFarlan, Hamish- Captain of the Montrose Magpies and former head of the Department of Magical Games and Sports.
MacFusty- Clan of wizards who take care of the Hebridean Black dragons on the Hebrides Islands.
Macmillan, Ernie- A Hufflepuff boy who is in Harry’s year. He is a prefect in Book 5, and is also a member of the D.A.
Macnair, Walden- A death eater who works for the Ministry of Magic as an executioner. He was also sent by Lord Voldemort to get the giants on their side in Book 5. He was sent to Azkaban at the end of Book 5 along with many other death eaters for fighting for Voldemort in the department of mysteries.
Maddock, Alasdair- Chaser for the Montrose Magpies who tried to tie quidditch in with muggle sports such as soccer (football) and basketball.
Madley, Laura- A girl sorted into Hufflepuff in Book 4.
Maeve, Queen- A witch from Ireland who trained witches and wizards before Hogwarts.
Magorian- A centaur who lives in the Forbidden Forest and warns Hagrid to stay out of it.
Malcolm- A boy in Dudley’s gang.
Malfoy, Abraxas- Draco Malfoy’s grandfather who died of Dragon Pox and knew Slughorn.
Malfoy, Draco– The son of Lucius and Narcissa Malfoy who comes from a pureblood family- the Blacks and the Malfoys. He does not think highly of anybody who is not pureblood. He is Harry’s rival in quidditch as well as everything else. He is the seeker on the Slytherin quidditch team in books 2 through 6, and made it on the team by buying the whole team Nimbus 2001 broomsticks. Is a prefect in Book 5, as well as on Umbridge’s Inquisitorial Squad. In Book 6, it is proven that he is a death eater and has a job to bring death eaters into Hogwarts. He does so, and tells Dumbledore he will kill him. A gang of death eaters come out of them, and Snape kills Dumbledore. He is nearly killed in Book 6 by Harry Potter, who performs a spell on him without knowing what it was. His mother is a cousin of Sirius Black. Draco is almost killed a few times in Deathly Hallows and is saved by Harry.
Malfoy, Lucius- The father of Draco Malfoy who is a death eater. He has the same thoughts as Draco about muggle borns and muggles. He is very rich and arrogant. He fought in the Department of Mysteries for Voldemort in Book 5, where he was caught and sent to Azkaban.
(Black) Malfoy, Narcissa- The mother of Draco Malfoy, and the wife of Lucius Malfoy. First cousin of Sirius Black, and sister of Andromeda Tonks and Bellatrix Lestrange. She asked Snape to help her son Draco in the second chapter of Book 6. Her sister, Bellatrix, then preformed an unbreakable vow on Snape to protect Draco. Her nickname is Cissy.
Malfoy, Scorpius- Son of Draco Malfoy and unknown wife.
Malecrit- Playwright who wrote “Hélas, Je me suis Transfiguré les Pieds”- meaning Alas, I have Transfigured my Feet.
Malkin, ?- Known as Madam Malkin, she owns the robes shop in Diagon Alley; Madam Malkin’s Robes for All Occasions.
Mangorian- A centaur who lives in the Forbidden Forest who is the leader of them. He, like the other centaurs, does not trust humans.
Marchbanks, Griselda- Head of the Wizarding Examinations Authority and a member of the Wizengamot. She resigned from her job when Umbridge became high inquisitor of Hogwarts. She tested Dumbledore and Harry in their O.W.L.S., and is a friend of Neville’s grandmother.
Marjoribanks, Beaumont- Found many rare and magical plants.
Marsh, ?- Madam Marsh appears in both times that Harry has ever ridden the knight bus. She was there in Book 3 and got off at Abergavenny seeming sick, and in the second time on the night bus in Book 5 she was ill and vomited.
Mason, ?- (Mr. & Mrs.) Guests of the Dursley’s in Book 2. Vernon Dursley hoped to make a deal of work with Mr. Mason. They left when a pudding fell on Harry, and when an owl came swooping in over Mrs. Mason’s head.
Maxime, Olympe- Headmistress of Beaxbatons. She, like Hagrid, is half giant (though she denied it) and goes on the mission with Hagrid in Book 5 to get the giants on Dumbledore’s side. She is a talented with who can do great spells.
Mauler- One of Newt Scamander’s pet kneazles.
McClivert- A clan of wizards who lived on the Island of Drear and were all killed off by the MacBoons.
McClivert, Dugald- Head of the McClivert clan (above).
McCormack, Catriona- Former chaser and Captain of the quidditch team the Pride of Portree. Her two children are also famous; her son is in the band the Weird Sisters, and her daughter also a quidditch player.
McCormack, Kirley- Son of Catriona McCormack (above), brother of Meghan McCormack (below) and lead guitarist in the wizarding band the Weird Sisters.
McCormack, Meghan- Keeper for the quidditch team Pride of Portree. Sister of Kirley McCormack and daughter of Catriona McCormack (both above).
McDonald, Natalie- A girl sorted into Gryffindor in Book 4. She was the only character in Harry Potter to be named after a real person. Natalie McDonald was a Canadian girl with a fatal disease. who was a big Harry Potter fan. Her mother wrote to J.K. Rowling, and she wrote back saying secrets of the future books. Unfortunately, the letter arrived shortly after Natalie had died. J.K. Rowling then put her name in the book as a tribune to her.
McGonagall, Minerva- Head of Gryffindor house and deputy headmistress of Hogwarts. She also sends the letters to the students inviting them to attend Hogwarts. She is an animagus, turning into a cat. She, like the rest of Gryffindor, likes to win the house and quidditch cup, urging on the Gryffindor team. She is transfiguration teacher at Hogwarts, and becomes headmistress at the end of Book 6, after the death of Professor Dumbledore.
McGonagall, M. G.- A name that appears on a quidditch plaque next to James Potter’s. This name only appears in the Harry Potter film, not in the book. Probably not Professor McGonagall, seeing that she is much older than James Potter was.
McKinnon, Marlene- A member of the Order of the Phoenix who was killed by death eaters along with her family (She appears in the photo Moody showed Harry in Book 5).
McLaggen, Cormac- A loud mouth Gryffindor boy who tried out for keeper and was rejected. He was later put on the quidditch team for a short while, while Ron (who was Gryffindor keeper) was in the hospital wing. He also attended a Slughorn party with Hermione Granger (who invited him to make Ron jealous). During the one match that he played keeper, he took one of the beater’s bats and his it towards a Hufflepuff chaser. He missed it and hit Harry in the head, cracking his skull and knocking him unconscious.
McLaggen, Tibirius- Cormac McLaggen’s uncle with whom he went hunting for nogtails with (Must be important, because Slughorn knows him and so does Rufus Scrimgeour).
Meadows, Dorcas- A member of the Order of the Phoenix who was killed by Voldemort personally.
Meliflua, Araminta- A cousin of Sirius’s mother who tried to make a law about muggle hunting legal.
Merlin- Found on a wizard card and the most famous wizard of the medieval times (Probably the Dumbledore of his time)
Merrythought, Galatea- A teacher who Tom Riddle asks Slughorn if she is retiring (while he was at school). She is, and Tom Riddle asked Dumbledore if he could apply for the job.
Merwyn the Malicious- Known for creating jinxes and curses.
Midget, Eloise- A girl who had an acne problem and tried to curse them off, and as a result her nose fell off.
Milly- One of Newt Scamander’s pet kneazles.
Mimsy-Porpington, Sir Nicholas de- The full name of the Gryffindor House Ghost (mostly known as Nearly Headless Nick). His head is barely connected to him, with about 1/2 an inch of skin; therefore never being let into the headless hunt; which he desires to join. He was hit with a blunt axe 45 times before dying.
Misericordia, Cordelia- Representatives for hags at the 14th century wizards council.
Moaning Myrtle- A ghost of a Hogwarts student who was killed by the Basilisk in a bathroom. She was very made fun of, and stalked the girl (Olive Hornby) who made her cry and go into the bathroom in the first place, until Olive complained to the Ministry of Magic, and was forced to live in her toilet. She helped Harry and Ron find out where the chamber of secrets was, and helped Harry in figuring out how to work the egg for the 2nd task in the Triwizard Tournament (along with helping him in the actual 2nd task, by telling him which way to go to get Ron).
Mockridge, Cuthbert- Head of the Goblin Liaison Office in the Ministry of Magic.
Montague- Chaser and Captain for the Slytherin quidditch team in Book 5. Also a member of Umbridge’s Inquisitorial squad who Fred and George stuffed in a vanishing cabinet after trying to take points from them. He was found a few days later in a toilet.
Montgomery- Sisters who attend Hogwarts. Their brother was attacked by a werewolf after their mother refused to help death eaters. He died in St. Mungo’s at the age of 5.
Moody, Alastor- Nicknamed Mad-Eye Moody. A retired auror from the ministry of magic who has a magical eye that can see through things. He took the job as Defense Against the Dark Arts teacher at Hogwarts in Book 4. He was attacked by Barty Crouch Jr. (see Crouch, Barty Jr.) and lived in a trunk under the imperius curse, while Crouch Jr. pretended to be him. He was let out after Dumbledore found out about Crouch. He is an active member of the Order of the Phoenix and fought in the Department of Mysteries in Book 5. Moody was killed in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows and Umbridge had his eye in her office door, Harry later stole this to give Moody a buriel.
Moon- A student in Harry’s year (House unknown).
Moony- Remus Lupin’s (see Lupin, Remus J.) nickname at school.
Moor, Bodmin-The golden snitch evaded capture for six months on him in 1884, and both teams gave up because of the poor skills of their seekers.
Mopsus- Defeated the Seer Calchas.
Moran- Chaser for the Irish National Quidditch Team.
Morgan, Gwendolyn- Captain of the Holyhead Harpies when they lost to the Heidelberg Harriers. The captain of the other team them proposed to her. She then hit him with her broomstick.
Morgana- See Le Fe, Morgana
Morholt- Giant brother of the King of Ireland.
Mortlake- A man brought in for questioning to the ministry of magic for having odd ferrets made by experimental charms.
Mosag- Aragog’s wife.
Mostafa, Hassan- The referee for the 422nd Quidditch World Cup. Also Chairwizard of the International Associate of Quidditch.
Mr. Paws- One of Mrs. Figg’s cats.
Mulciber- A death eater who specializes in the Imperius Curse. Was in Azkaban but escaped with other death eaters in Book 5. He fought for Voldemort in the department of mysteries at the end of Book 5.
Muldoon, Burdock- Chief of Wizard’s Council 1448 to 1450. He declared that any creatures that walked on 2 legs was classified as a being, therefore excluding centaurs and mermaids.
Mullet- Chaser for the Irish National Quidditch Team.
Mumps, Zacharias- Wrote a description of Quidditch in the 14th century that resembles Quidditch today. He describe d it as oval shaped, five hundred feet long, and one hundred and eighty feet wide with a small circle in the center. He also described the players.
Munch, Eric- A security wizard at the Ministry of Magic checking wands and likes to read the daily prophet in Book 5. Also arrested Sturgis Podmore for trespassing in the ministry.
Muriel (Aunt)- Reffered to as “Our Great Auntie Muriel” and Fleur wears her goblin-made tiara for the wedding. Muriel is apparently is a memorable kisser and she lives near the Burrow in Ottery St. Catchpole. At the wedding she is 107-years-old and described as having a beaky nose and red-rimmed eyes, and looking like a bad-tempered flamingo.
Murcus- Head of the mermaids that live in the Hogwarts lake.
Murray, Eunice- Seeker for the Montrose Magpies who asked for the snitch to be faster.
Myrtle- A ghost of a Hogwarts student who was killed by the Basilisk in a bathroom. She was very made fun of, and stalked the girl (Olive Hornby) who made her cry and go into the bathroom in the first place, until Olive complained to the Ministry of Magic, and was forced to live in her toilet. She helped Harry and Ron find out where the chamber of secrets was, and helped Harry in figuring out how to work the egg for the 2nd task in the Triwizard Tournament (along with helping him in the actual 2nd task, by telling him which way to go to get Ron).
Nagini- Voldemort’s 12 foot long snake who may be a horcrux.
Nearly Headless Nick- The nickname of the Gryffindor house ghost. His head is barely connected to him, with about 1/2 an inch of skin; therefore never being let into the headless hunt; which he desires to join. He was hit with a blunt axe 45 times before dying.
Nettles, Madam Z- A witch from Topsham who used Kwikspell and claimed that it worked.
Nigellus, Phineas- The great-great grandfather of Sirius Black who was (as Sirius said) the least popular headmaster Hogwarts has ever seen. He has a portrait in Dumbledore’s office as well as 12 Grimmauld Place. He was given instructions in Book 5 to tell Sirius that Arthur Weasley was injured working for the Order of the Phoenix.
Norbert- A dragon that Hagrid illegally hatched in Book 1. He was forced to send it to Romania with Charlie Weasley.
Norris, Mrs.- The best friend and cat of the caretaker Argus Filch. Helps him to find students and get them in trouble.
Nott, ?- A death eater who never went to Azkaban and went to Voldemort’s rebirth party. Fought in the Department of Mysteries in Book 5. His son is a friend of Draco Malfoy’s at Hogwarts (below).
Nott, Theodore- A “weedy-looking” student who hangs out with Draco Malfoy. He could see the thestrals, and he checked out quidditch through the ages (due back January 22). His father is a death eater (above).
Nutcombe, Honoria- Founded The Society for the Reformation of Hags. Was wizard of the month on J.K. Rowling’s official site for August, 2004.
Oblansk- Bulgarian Minister of Magic. Is introduced in Book 4 by Cornelius Fudge who cannot pronounce his name.
Odo- A song that was about him dying Slughorn sang after they buried the dead Aragog. May also be Odo the Hero.
Ogden, Bob- The muggle born man in the pensive in Book 6. An employee for the department of Magical Law Enforcement. He went to see Morfin Gaunt about using magic on muggles. He sees Merope, Morfin, and Marvolo Gaunt in the House. This vision helps Harry see where Voldemort (Tom Riddle- Merope Gaunt’s son- comes from).
Ogden, Tiberius- A wizard friend of Professor Tofty who tells him that Harry can produce a patronus. He is a Wizengamot elder who resigns after Umbridge becomes High Inquisitor.
Ogg- The gamekeeper at Hogwarts before Hagrid when Mr. and Mrs. Weasley were students.
Oglethorpe, Dunbar- Chief of Q.U.A.B.B.L.E. (Quidditch Union for the Administration and Betterment of the British League and its Endeavors).
O’Hare, Darren- Keeper for the Kestrels and captain of the Irish National Quidditch team (though not the one in Book 4).
Olaf- Cousin of Goodwin Kneen; his cousin wrote to him about the game of “quidditch” (as it was known in the 12th century).
Oldridge, Chauncey- First known victim of dragon pox. Wizard of the month on J.K. Rowling’s official site in July, 2005.
Oliphant, Gondoline- Studied the habits of trolls. Was the Wizard of the month on J.K. Rowling’s official site for April, 2005.
Ollerton, Barnaby- Started the Cleansweep broom company with his brothers Bob and Bill (Below).
Ollerton, Bill- Started the Cleansweep broom company with his brothers Barnaby (above) and bob (below,)
Ollerton, Bob- Started the Cleansweep broom company with his brothers Barnaby and Bill (above).
Ollerton, Gifford- A famous giant slayer.
Ollivander, ?- An old man who owns the wand shop Ollivander and is known as the best wand maker in Brittain. He sells Harry his wand (along with Voldemort’s, James Potter, and Lily’s Evans). He also performs the weighing of the wands ceremony in Book 4 for the champions of the Triwizard tournament. He also disappears at the beginning of the second wizarding war. We find out in Deathly Hallows that he was kidnapped by Voldemort so he could learn about the wand connection between him and Harry and the Elder Wand.
Oona- Provided a local quidditch team with barrels to make the goal posts in the 10th century.
Padfoot- The nickname of Sirius Black given to him by his friends when he was at school.
Paracelsus- A person who appears on the first chocolate frog card and has a bust of him in the route from the Gryffindor common room to the owlery.
Parkin, Walter- A butcher who’s children were the Wigtown wanderer’s. He would stand on the side of the field with a butcher knife to scare the other team.
Parkinson, Pansy- A Slytherin girl in Harry’s year who is friends with Draco Malfoy. She attended the Yule ball with Malfoy, and is often seen hanging around him. She was also in Umbridge’s inquisitorial squad.
Patil, Padma- A Ravenclaw girl in Harry’s year who is the twin sister of Gryffindor Pavarti Patil (below). She went to the Yule ball as Ron’s date, and was made a prefect in Book 5. She and her sister are both members of the D.A. Her and her sister are said to be the prettiest girls in Harry’s year.
Patil, Pavarti- A Gryffindor girl in Harry’s year who has a twin sister in Ravenclaw; Padma Patil (above). She has long dark hair and is said to be the prettiest girl in their grade (along with her sister). She attended the Yule ball with Harry. Her favorite subject is divination, and her favorite teacher is Trelawney. She also joined the D.A. in Book 5.
Paws, Mr.- One of Mrs. Figg’s cats.
Payne, ?- The site manager for the are where The Diggory’s are staying at the Quidditch World Cup.
Peakes, Glanmore- Was famous for slaying a sea serpent.
Peakes, Jimmy- A boy described as short but broad-chested and in his third year. He made the Gryffindor quidditch team.
Peasegood, Abraham- A wizard who invented the game of Quodpot.
Peasegood, Arnold- Obliviator for the Accidental Magic Reversal Squad in the Ministry of Magic.
Peeves- Also known as Peeves the Poltergeist; He is not a ghost, but according to J.K.R. he is like a bunch of souls in one who want to cause trouble. He likes to throw things around and play pranks on students and teachers. He is only afraid of the Bloody Baron, who can usually control him.
Penfriend- Not an actual name; This refers to the girl that Bill wrote to and invited Bill to come and visit her in Brazil. The Weasley’s could not afford the trip, so she sent Bill a cursed hat the made his ears shrivel up.
Pennifold, Daisy- Made up the idea to make the quaffle fall slowly so it will not hit the floor of the quidditch pitch. Now, the modern quaffle is named after her.
Pennyfeather- A student at Hogwarts who’s house in unknown.
Pepper, Octavius- A man who vanished in Book 6.
Perkins- A warlock who used to work with Mr. Weasley in the Misuse of Muggle Artifacts office (Mr. Weasley was promoted). He also lent Mr. Weasley tents for the Quidditch world cup.
Perks, Sally-Ann- A student in Harry’s year who was sorted before him.
Pettigrew, Peter- Supposedly dead, a friend of James Potter when he was a student. He is an animagus; transforming into a rat. After Hogwarts, he joined Lord Voldemort and pretended to be in the Order of the Phoenix. He then betrayed James Potter and his wife, telling Voldemort where they were. He was their secret keeper for where they were hiding (this how he knew where they were). James and Lily were killed, and Voldemort lost his powers due to their son, Harry Potter. He then pretended to by Ron Weasley’s pet rat until Book 3. He was forced to turn into his regular self by Sirius Black, who he framed making it seem that Black betrayed Harry’s parents. He gave his hand to Voldemort for his rebirth. He is the one that found Voldemort and nursed him back to health.
Peverell- A pure blood family who’s coat of arms was on the ring that Marvolo Gaunt showed Ogden inside the pensive. Marvolo Gaunt said that this ring had been in his family for generations, all pure blood.
Peverell, Antioch, Cadmus and Ignotus – The original owners of the Deathly Hallows that are in the “The Tale of the three Brothers” by Beedle the Bard. They are all buried in the Godric’s Hollow graveyard.
Philpott, Arkie- After tightened up security, this wizard got a probity probe stuck up his —.
Pig- The nickname of Ron’s owl Pigwidgeon.
Pigwidgeon- Ron’s small pet owl who was named by Ginny, nicknamed Pig.
Pilliwickle, Justus- Head of the Department of Magical Law Enforcement in the early and middle 20th century.
Pince, Madam Irma-The Hogwarts librarian that is said to have relationship with Filch.
Pinkstone, Carlotta- Famous for wanting to change the law from the International Confederation of Wizard’s Statute of Secrecy and was for telling muggles about wizards.
Pittiman, Randolphus- Wrote about Uric the Oddball.
Platt, Yardley- A famous goblin killer.
Plumpton, Roderick- The seeker for England’s National Quidditch team and on the Tutshill Tornadoes. He holds the record for the fastest time catching the snitch; 3.5 seconds.
Plunkett, Mirabella- Fell in love with a merman, and transformed herself into a paddock when he refused to marry her.
Podmore, Sir Patrick Delaney- Leader of the Headless Hunt who keeps declining Nearly Headless Nick into the Headless Hunt.
Podmore, Sturgis- A member of the Order of the Phoenix and of the Advanced Guard that went to get Harry from the Dursley’s in Book 5. He is charged with trespassing into the ministry of magic and at attempted Robbery. He is convicted and was sentenced to 6 months in Azkaban.
Pokeby, Gulliver- Author of “Why I Didn’t Die When The Augurey Cried” and was on a chocolate frog card for knowing a lot about birds and the first wizard to ever discover what the Augury’s song meant.
Poliakoff- A student from Durmstrang who is ignored by Karkaroff (like the others) because he is busy with the champion Victor Krum. Karkaroff asked Victor Krum if he would like some wine, and he said no. Poliakoff said he would, and Karkaroff yelled at him saying that he did not need any.
Polkiss, Piers- A rat faced scrawny boy who is Dudley Dursley’s best friend and in his gang.
Pomfrey, Poppy- Known as Madam Pomfrey to students and is the Hogwarts Nurse.
Pontner, Roddy- Made a bet with Ludo Bagman at the Quidditch World Cup.
Porpington, Sir Nicholas de Mimsey- Another way to say the name of Nearly Headless Nick, the Gryffindor House Ghost. His head is barely connected to him, with about 1/2 an inch of skin; therefore never being let into the headless hunt; which he desires to join. He was hit with a blunt axe 45 times before dying.
Pontner, Roddy- Famous quidditch player from Russia.
Potter, Albus Severus- Son of Ginny and Harry Potter.
Potter, Harry James– Harry James Potter is the most important character in the entire Harry Potter series (even the book is named after him!). He has jet black hair, is very skinny, has big green eyes, looks very much like his father James Potter, has circular glasses, and has a lighting bolt scar across his head as a result of the attack of Lord Voldemort. He is the son of Lily and James Potter, both members of the Order of the Phoenix. He was orphaned when he was about 1 years old, and grew up with his Aunt and Uncle. He did not know he was a wizard until he was 11, when Hagrid came to get him and take him to Hogwarts. He is the only known person to have ever survived the killing curse, throwing Voldemort to his downfall. A prophecy states that he is the only one who can defeat Voldemort. Harry Potter is also the godson of Sirius Black (that being how he is related to the Blacks- not blood related).
Potter, James Sirius- Son of Harry and Ginny Potter.
Potter, James- James Potter is the father of Harry Potter. He was a member of the Order of the Phoenix. He was best friends with Sirius Black, Remus Lupin, and Peter Pettigrew when he attended school. He was a bit of a troublemaker in school, landing himself in detention quite a bit. He also played chaser for the Gryffindor quidditch team. His nickname in school was Prongs (by his closest friends) because he could turn into a stag. He along with his wife Lily Potter (below) were murdered by Lord Voldemort in attempt to get to their son; Harry.
Potter, Lily- Daughter of Ginny and Harry Potter.
Potter, Lily- (maiden name: Lily Evans) Lily Potter is the mother of Harry Potter. She was a member of the Order of the Phoenix and the wife of James Potter (above). She was quite popular in school, and was muggle born. She, like Harry, was in the Slug Club. According to Slughorn, she was good at everything (that had to do with school). Her along with her husband were killed by Lord Voldemort in attempt to get their son, Harry. She would not let Voldemort kill Harry, so he killed her. This made a protective shield around Harry so Voldemort could not kill him. This spell was then broken in Book 4 when Voldemort took Harry’s blood so that he could now kill him.
Potts, Nugent- Quidditch referee in 1894 who was hit by an arrow from a fan.
Prang, Ernie- The driver of the knight bus.
Prewett, Fabian- Was a member of the Order of the Phoenix. It took 5 death eaters to kill him and his brother Gideon. Was the brother of Molly Weasley.
Prewett, Gideon- Was a member of the Order of the Phoenix. It took 5 death eaters to kill him and his brother Fabian. Was the brother of Molly Weasley.
Prewett, Molly- The maiden name of Molly Weasley (see Weasley, Molly).
Prince, Eileen- The mother of Severus Snape who was a witch.
Pringle, Apollyon- The caretaker of Hogwarts when Mrs. and Mr. Weasley attended.
Pritchard, Graham- A boy sorted into Slytherin in Book 4.
Prod, D. J.- Wrote to quikspell about how he took the quikspell course and how it worked.
Prongs- The nickname of James Potter when he was at school by his friends.
Proudfoot- An auror who is stationed in Hogsmeade along with Tonks, Savage, and Dawlish in Book 6.
Ptolemy- One of the only cards that Ron does not have in his collection (along with Agrippa).
Pucey, Adrian- A chaser on the Slytherin Quidditch team.
Puddifoot, Madam- Owns a tea shop in Hogsmeade. Her tea shop is a popular place for couples.
Purkiss, Doris- The quibbler printed an issue in which she wrote in to; saying that who everybody thought was Sirius Black was actually Stubby Boardman, who was the lead singer in a band called the Hobgoblins.
Pye, Augustus- Trainee healer at St. Mungo’s who tried to heal Arthur Weasley. It was him who had the idea of using stitches on Mr. Weasley’s snake bite.
Quigley- Beater for the Irish National Quidditch Team.
Quirke, Orla- A girl sorted into Ravenclaw in Book 4.
Quirell, Quirinus- Defense Against the Dark Arts teacher in book 1. While traveling he encountered Lord Voldemort. Voldemort possessed his body and had his head in the back of Quirrel’s, He wore a turban to hid Voldemort. Quirell tried to do many things to Harry. He tried to knock him off his broomstick, and let a troll out of the dungeons as a distraction so he could try and get the Sorcerer’s stone. He reached it at the end of Book 1. Harry then got to where he was, and got the sorcerer’s stone. Quirell then tried to attack Harry, but when Harry touched him, Quirell died. Voldemort then escaped his body and fled.
Quong Po- Studied the Chinese fireball dragon and discovered their uses of their powdered eggs.
Rabnott, Modesty- Tried to stop Barberus Bragge from using the Golden Snidget; thinking that it was harmful to the bird (which it was). The Modesty Rabnott Golden Snidget Preserve is named after her.
Rackharrow, Urquhart- Inventor of the entrail-expelling curse. Their portrait hangs in the Dai Llewelllyn ward at St. Mungo’s Hospital.
Radford, Mnemone – Developed Memory Modifying Charms and was the first Ministry of Magic Obliviator.
Radulf- A blacksmith who had to play “catcher” for a local queerditch match after the regular catcher could not go.
Ragnok- A goblin.
Rastrick, Xavier- A wizard famous for disappearing while tap dancing who was never seen again.
Ravenclaw, Helena (The Grey Lady)- The daughter of Rowena Ravenclaw, she stole her mothers diadem to become more clever and smarter than her mother. Then she was murdered by the Bloody Baron who loved her. The Ravenclaw house ghost now.
Ravenclaw, Rowena- One of the founders of Hogwarts who valued intelligence. She had a diadem that was said to make you more clever, this later became one of Voldemort’s horcruxes.
Riddle, Tom Marvolo- A Slytherin boy who is heir to Slytherin and who turned into Lord Voldemort. He formed a tight knit group of friends while at Hogwarts that later became his first death eaters. He was probably one of the smarter Hogwarts students ever. He also turned Hagrid in for taking care of the monster in the chamber of secrets, where it was actually him. He then received a special award for services to the school. He was raised in a muggle orphanage because his mother died giving birth to him. He then killed his father and grandparents because they were scum muggles that he hated. He lost all of his powers when he tried to kill Harry Potter, and got them back in Book 4. He was then at large in Books 5 and 6. There was a prophecy made about him that Harry Potter was the only one that could kill him; saying that neither can live while the other survives. He has 7 horcurx, 2 of which were already destroyed by Harry and Voldemort.
Riddle, Tom- The muggle father of Tom Marvolo Riddle (above). He was never in love with Tom’s mother, but was under a love potion. When she took him off the potion he ran away from her, leaving her forever. He was killed by his son, along with the deaths of his parents.
Riddle, ?- The parents of Tom Riddle (above) and the grandparents of Tom Marvolo Riddle. They were killed by their grandson, along with the death of their son.
Ridgebit, Harvey- A Dragonologist who caught first Peruvian Vipertooth and established world’s largest dragon sanctuary in Romania.
Robards, Gawain- Replaced Rufus Scrimgeor as Head of the Auror Office of the Ministry of Magic.
Roberts, ?- A muggle man who was thrown into the air along with his wife and kids at the Quidditch World Cup by death eaters. He was also the muggle who was in charge of the area where the Weasley’s tent was located.
Robins, Demelza- A girl on the Gryffindor quidditch team as a chaser in Book 6 who was particularly good at dodging bludgers.
Ronan- A centaur who Harry talked to when he went into the forbidden forest as detention in Book 1. He was also there when he went back into the forest to see Grawp in Book 5.
Rookwood, Augustus- A death eater who used to work in the Department of Mysteries. He was betrayed by Karkaroff, and this was how he was found out to be a death eater. He went to Azkaban, but escaped with the mass breakout in Book 5. He fought in the Department of Mysteries in Book 5 for Voldemort.
Rosier – One of the earliest Death Eaters.
Rosier, Druella- Druella married a great-grandson of Phineas Nigellus Black. Her children were Bellatrix (Black) Lestrange, Andromeda (Black) Tonks, and Narcissa (Black) Malfoy.
Rosier, Evan- Death Eater killed along with Wilkes by Aurors.
Rosmerta, Madam- The owner of the 3 Broomsticks in Hogsmeade. She is said to be quite pretty, and Ron fancies her. In Book 6, she gave Katie the cursed necklace because she was under the imperius curse.
Ryan, Barry- Keeper for the Irish National Quidditch team.
Sanguini- A friend of Slughorn’s who was at one of the parties Slughorn threw.
Sanguina, Carmilla- A vampire who bathed in blood to retain her beauty.
Savage- An aurora who is stationed in Hogsmeade in Book 6 along with Tonks, Savage, Proudfoot, and Dawlish.
Sawbridge, Almerick- Conquered a troll that caused trouble at the Wye River.
Scabior- One of the “snatchers” who captured Harry, Ron, Hermione, Dean Thomas, and Griphook and took them to the Malfoy mansion.
Scamander, Newton (Newt) Artemis Fido- Born in 1897 as the son of a hippogriff breeder (which is where he got his taste for magical creatures). He joined the Ministry of Magic in the Department for the Regulation and Control of Magical Creatures, working as a House-Elf relocater. He was then moved to the beast division. He did many things, such as make the Werewolf Register in 1947 and the Ban on Experimental breeding in Britain. He left this all to study magical creatures, which led him to write Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. He has a wife Porpentina, live in Dorset, and pet kneazles.
Scamander, Porpentina- The wife of Newt Scamander who lives in Dorset and have pet kneazles.
Scamander, Rolf- A famous naturalist who is the grandson of Newt Scamander and he marrys Luna Lovegood.
Schmidt, Bruno- A child from Germany who killed an Erkling by hitting it over the head with a cauldron (erklings lure in children with their screeches).
Scrimgeour, Rufus- Former Head of the Aurora Office of the Ministry of Magic who replaced Cornelius Fudge as minister of magic. Was murdered in Deathly Hallows.
Scrimgeour, Brutus- Author of The Beater’s Bible. (may be related to Rufus Scrimgeour, above)
Selwyn- A Death Eater who gave his wand to Voldemort and was later seen at Xenophilius Lovegood house when he claimed to have captured Harry. The Selwyns are a well-known pureblood family.
Shacklebolt, Kingsley- A tall black aurora who has a deep voice and in the Order of the Phoenix. He was in charge of the hunt for Sirius Black, leading them on saying that he was hiding somewhere far away (where he knew he was in Grimmauld Place). He was part of the Advanced Guard that came to get Harry from the Dursley’s house in Book 5. Fought in the Department of Mysteries in Book 5, and is the muggle Prime Minister’s secretary (for safety of him). Was made the temporary, then permanent Minister for Magic at the end of Deathly Hallows. His lynx patronus saved many people at Bill and Fleurs wedding when he warned of the Death Eaters approaching.
Shimpling, Derwent- A wizard comedian who ate an entire Venemous Tentacula as a bet and survived.
Shingleton, Gaspard- Inventor of the Self-Stirring Cauldron.
Shunpike, Stan- Conductor of the knight bus who pretended to be the youngest minister of magic he wasn’t to impress a veela. He was arrested in Book 6 on charges of working with the death eaters.
Sinistra, Aurora- The female Astronomy teacher at Hogwarts.
Skeeter, Rita- A reporter for the daily prophet who wrote horrible stories about Harry in Book 4. She was banned from Hogwarts, but still got stories from it. She was discovered by Hermione Granger to be an animagus as a beetle. Hermione told her that if she wrote any more stores she would tell the Ministry that she was an animagus. Hermione forced her to write a good story about Harry in Book 5, which changed the view of many wizards about Harry.
Skively, Harold- Wrote to the Daily Prophet, and suggested that the Wizarding community celebrate a day to honor Merlin, because he could use an extra holiday in August.
Slinkhard, Wilbert- Author of Defensive Magical Theory that was assigned for Umbridge in Book 5.
Slooper, Jack- Replaces one of the Weasley twins position of beater on the Gryffindor team after they are given a lifelong ban on playing by Umbridge.
Slughorn, Horace- The potions teacher in Book 6 after Snape becomes Defense Against the Dark Arts teacher. He has a special group called the Slug Club that consists of his favorite students. He has great connections to students who used to be in the slug club. He came out of retirement thinking he would be safe at Hogwarts (after Harry convinced him to). Former head of Slytherin House (and probably the new one in Book 7).
Slytherin, Salazar- One of the founders of Hogwarts who preferred pure blood and cunning students among the rest. He left the school before it was finished being done, due to a row he had with Godric Gryffindor. He was a parselmouth who, before leaving, made a secret chamber called the Chamber of Secrets. Legend said that only the heir to Slytherin would be able to open it and release the monster within (and the legend turned out to be true).
Smethley, Veronica- A fan of Lockhart who wrote him letters.
Smethwyk, Elliot- Created the cushioning charm for the broomsticks.
Smethwyk, Hippocrates- Keeper in charge of the Dai Llewellyn ward at St. Mungo’s.
Smethwyk, Leopoldina- First British witch to referee a quidditch game.
Smith, Hepzibah- A witch who had Tom Riddle over to her house many times, usually on business (Tom them worked in Borgin and Burkes). She showed him a silver cup with 2 finely wrought handles, and said that it belonged to Helga Hufflepuff, and that she was the heir to Hufflepuff. She also showed him a golden locket that had a S with serpent letters that had belonged to Salazar Slytherin. She died 2 days after this after supposedly being murdered by her house elf Hokey, and her 2 items were missing (But was really Tom Riddle who killed her for her special items and then taken them).
Smith, Zacharias- A Hufflepuff boy who is the chaser for the Hufflepuff quidditch team. He is also a member of the D.A. Ron, Fred, George, and Harry do not like him very much for his attitude. He was also the announcer for a Slytherin-Gryffindor quidditch game, in which he was very rude to Gryffindor.
Snape, Severus– The Potions teacher from Books 1 through 5. He never liked Harry, due to the fact that he was an enemy of James Potter. He was always into the Dark Arts, becoming a death eater after graduating from Hogwarts. He joined the Order of the Phoenix and made an unbreakable vow with Narcissa Malfoy, saying that he would have to protect her son Draco in Book 6. He became a spy for Dumbledore on Voldemort, therefore not being arrested for being a death eater. He then became the potions teacher at Hogwarts, and always wanted the Defense Against the Dark Arts job, but was never given it by Dumbledore. In book 6 he was given the job. At the end of Book 6, he kills Albus Dumbledore. In the seventh book we see Snape’s true colors and that he loved Lily Evans Potter and never wanted her dead. His patronus is a doe, which was also hers. He was murdered in Deathly Hallows by Lord Voldemort to gain possesion of the Elder Wand.
Snape, Tobias- The muggle father of Severus Snape.
Snowy- One of Mrs. Figg’s cats.
Snuffles- The name that Sirius tells Harry, Ron, and Hermione to call him when they are talking to him in public.
Spinett, Alicia- A Gryffindor girl two years older than Harry who was on the reserve team for quidditch the year before Harry came to Hogwarts, and on the Quidditch team from books 1 through 5. She was also a member of the D.A.
Spore, Phyllida- Author of One Thousand Magical Herbs and Fungi.
Sprout, Pomona- Head of Hufflepuff house and teacher of Herbology.
Stainwright, Erica- 1950s housekeeping guru who made fortune selling ‘cleaning’ potions that really generated more mould and grime.
Stalk, Blenheim- Author of “Muggles Who Notice” and is an expert on Muggles.
Starkey, Hesper- A witch who studied how different phases in the moon affects potions.
Stebbins, ?- A student who gets in trouble after overhearing Karkaroff talk to Snape in Book 4.
Stebbins, ?- A student in James Potter’s year who Professor Flitwick specifically tells to put down his quill after the O.W.L. is over (Harry sees this in the pensive). This may perhaps be the father of the Stebbins above.
Stimpson, Patricia- A witch in Fred and George’s year who had a breakdown during her O.W.L.
Stroulger, Edgar- Inventor of the Sneakoscope.
Strout, Miriam- The healer in charge of the Janus Thickey ward at St. Mungo’s In this ward are Lockhart, Bode, Agnus (the lady with all the hair that barked like a dog), and Alice and Frank Longbottom. She was charged by the Ministry of Magic after Bode died in his bed after being strangled by a Devil’s Snare plant. She was suspended on pay.
Stump, Grogan- Minister of Magic in 1811. He said that a being is anything that can understand wizarding laws. He then created 3 main departments for the Department for the Regulation and Control of Magical Creatures, which were Being, Beast, and Spirit.
Summerbee, Felix- Inventor of the cheering charm (and perhaps had something to do with the lucky potion; Felix Felicis-though not confirmed, being that Felix is a fairly common name). Was wizard of the month of May 2004 and of May 2005.
Summberby, ?- The Hufflepuff seeker after Cedric Diggory died.
Summers, ?- A boy who ended up in the hospital wing after trying to take aging potion to get across Dumbledore’s age line to enter the Triwizard Tournament in Book 4.
Sweeting, Havelock- An expert on unicorns.
Switch, Emeric- Author of A Beginner’s Guide to Transfiguration.
Sykes, Jocunda- First person to fly over the Atlantic on a Broom.
Tatting, ?- One of the owners of a wizarding dress shop Twilfitt and Tatting’s. (though not confirmed).
Tenebrus- The first thestral that was born in the forbidden forest.
Thickey, Janus- A wizard who wrote a note to his wife telling her that he had been eaten by a lethifold, where he was actually living with another women not far away. There is also a ward in St. Mungo’s named after him.
Thicknesse, Pius- Head of the Department of Magical Law Enforcement until the death of Rufus Scrimgeour, after which he became Minister for Magic. He had been placed under the Imperius Curse by the Death Eater Yaxley earlier in the summer, which meant that control of the Ministry was effectively in the hands of Voldemort.
Thomas, Dean– Dean Thomas is a half-blood who is in Harry’s year (and also in Gryffindor, meaning that he shares a dormitory with Harry). His true biography is never described in the books. His father was a wizard (though Dean and his mother never knew it) who walked out on him and his mother when he was young. His mother then remarried and had other children. Dean was raised by his mother and his step father. His true father was killed by death eaters after refusing to give them information. (Thomas may not be his real name, Dean’s name may be the name of his father or his step father) He is the best friend of Seamus Finnigan, and is a member of the D.A. He played chaser for a while in Book 6 while Katie Bell was in the hospital wing. He is also a good artist. He was also dating Ginny Weasley in part of Book 6.
Thomas, ?- The father of Dean Thomas who never told his wife that he was a wizard. He walked out on his family when Dean was young and was killed by death eaters, after refusing to give them information.
Thruston, Orsino- Plays drums in the wizarding band The Weird Sisters.
Thurkell, Thaddeus- Has 7 squib sons and turned them into hedgehogs.
Tibbles- Mrs. Figg’s cat who she put on the lookout to keep watch of Harry Potter.
?, Tiberius- (Tibirius may be first or last name). The uncle of Cormac McLaggen who was in the Slug Club when he attended Hogwarts. Seems to be friends of people of high ranks in the ministry; including Rufus Srimgeour (and a wizard by the name of Bertie Higgs). Works in the ministry of magic.
Timms, Agatha- Made a bet with Ludo Bagman at the Quidditch world cup.
Tofty, ?- A wizard who is a member of the group that examines students for their O.W.L.’s. He tests Harry in Astronomy, Charms, Defense Against the Dark Arts and History of Magic. He appeared to be the oldest one there.
Toke, Tilly- Saved a beach of muggles from a dragon, and then swiped their memories afterward. He was awarded an Order of Merlin First class for this.
?, Tom- The innkeeper at the Leaky Cauldron.
Tonks, Andromeda- Sirius Black’s favorite cousin and mother of Nymphadora Tonks (maiden name Black). Married a muggle man Ted Tonks, and was removed from the family tree. She is the sister of Bellatrix Lestrange and Narcissa Malfoy.
Tonks, Nymphadora- Preferred to be called Tonks, and is a Metamorphmagus (meaning that she can change her appearance at will). She is an auror who works for the ministry of magic and is also a member of the Order of the Phoenix. She was part of the Advanced Guard that came to get Harry from the Dursleys in Book 5. She is Sirius Black’s first cousin once removed. She is a young witch (probably in her twenties). She fought in the Department of Mysteries in Book 5 and was injured. After the death of Sirius she changed a lot. She was a lot more depressed and her patronus changed. Harry thought that the reason for this was that she had been in love with Sirius. The truth was that she had fallen in love with Remus Lupin, but he did not want her to be with him; saying that he was too old, too poor, and too dangerous because he is a werewolf. Married Lupin in Deathly Hallows and had a son Teddy Lupin but was murdered in Deathly Hallows by her aunt Bellatrix Lestrange.
Tonks, Ted- The muggle father of Nymphadora Tonks and the husband of Andromeda Tonks. According to his daughter, he is a slob. He had fair hair and a large stomach. Was killed in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.
Toothill, Alberta- A famous duelist.
Toots, Tilden- Radio Personality You can listen to Toots’ radio show by turning on the radio in the “Extras” page of JKR’s website.
Towler, Kenneth- A boy who Fred and George played a joke on in their O.W.L. year.
Travers, ?- One of the death eaters who killed Marlene McKinnon and her family.
Trelawney, Cassandra- A famous seer and great-great grandmother of Sibyll Trelawney.
Trelawney, Sibyll- The Divination teacher at Hogwarts who made the prophecy about Harry and Voldemort; which she said to Dumbledore while in an interview for the job as Divination teacher. She was hired and worked at Hogwarts for sixteen years (as of Book 6). She does not seem very good at what she teaches, except for her few prophecies that she has made. She was fired by Umbridge in Book 5, but was later given the job back in Book 6.
Tremlett, Donaghan- The muggle born bass player for the wizarding band The Weird Sisters.
Trevor- The toad of Neville Longbottom.
Trimble, Quentin- Author of The Dark Forces: A Guide to Self Protection.
Troy, ?- A chaser on the Irish National Quidditch Team.
Tufty- One of Mrs. Figg’s cats.
Tugwood, Sacharissa- The first to use beauty potions. She was also the founder of bubotuber pus to use on pimples.
Turpin, Lisa- A girl in Harry’s year who was sorted into Ravenclaw in Book 1.
Twiddle, Mallory- Mallory Twiddle wrote a letter to the Daily Prophet, complaining that Gringotts was using Sphinxes to guard its high security vaults. He had encountered one and had spent an hour trying to figure out its riddles. Eventually, the Sphinx chased him out of the bank.
Twilfitt, ?- One of the owners of a wizarding dress shop Twilfitt and Tatting’s. (though not confirmed).
Twonk, Norvel- Was killed saving a muggle child from a manticore.
Twycross, Wilkie- The ministry apparation instructor.
Ugga- Played quidditch for a Yorkshire team.
Umbridge, Dolores Jane- Previous to being the Defense Against the Dark Arts teacher at Hogwarts in Book 5, she worked for Cornelius Fudge, minister of magic. She first started out as a teacher at Hogwarts, and then was made the High Inquisitor by Fudge. They then made up a number of ridiculous educational decrees, the final one being that she was made headmistress of Hogwarts after Dumbledore left. As a teacher, she did not let students use magic in her class (because she thought that they would raid against the ministry). She also gave out rather cruel detentions, making students write on paper with their own blood, which she bewitched the pen to cut the students hand open and the blood came from that. She forced Harry to take him to the weapon that she thought Dumbledore was trying to use against the ministry. Harry and Hermione brought her to Grawp (the giant) and the centaurs came and ran her away. She reappeared in the Ministry of Magic in book 6. She also admitted to being the ones that sent the dementors on Harry in Book 5.
Umfraville, Quintius- Wrote The Noble Sport of Warlocks which has descriptions from quidditch in his times.
Uric the Oddball- A very odd wizard who was famous for wearing a jellyfish as a hat, among other odd things.
Urquhart- Slytherin Quidditch captain in HBP.
Vablatsky, Cassandra- Seer and author of Unfogging the Future.
Vaisey- Chaser for the Slytherin Quidditch team, but was hit by a Bludger just before the match with Gryffindor in HBP
Vance, Emmeline- She is described as a stately looking witch. A member of the Order of the Phoenix in both wizarding wars. She was part of the advanced guard that brought Harry from the Dursley’s to Grimmauld Place. She was murdered by death eaters in the second wizarding war.
Vane, Romilda- A girl with dark eyes and long black hair who likes Harry (is in Ginny’s year). She sent him some sweets with a love potion in them. Hermione told Harry not to eat them, so he didn’t. Ron, however, did eat them a few weeks later (not knowing about the potion). He walked around school for about 1/2 a day thinking he was in love with Romilda.
Varney, Herbert- A vampire who drank the blood of women in London in the 1800’s. Was captured and killed by the Department for the Regulation and Control of Magical Creatures.
Vector, Septima- Hermione’s Arithmancy teacher at Hogwarts.
? Verity- (Verity may be first or last name). A young witch with short blonde hair who works at Weasleys Wizard Wheezes.
Violet- A witch who’s portrait hangs near the great hall. She is a friend of the fat lady and often appears in their portrait.
Viridian, Vindictus- Author of Curses and Counter-curses (Bewitch Your Friends and Befuddle Your Enemies with the Latest Revenges: Hair Loss, Jelly-Legs, Tongue-Tying, and Much, Much More).
Voldemort, Lord- The name chosen by Tom Riddle to call himself. A Slytherin boy who is heir to Slytherin (real name: Tom Marvolo Riddle) He formed a tight knit group of friends while at Hogwarts that later became his first death eaters. He was probably one of the smarter Hogwarts students ever. He also turned Hagrid in for taking care of the monster in the chamber of secrets, where it was actually him. He then received a special award for services to the school. He was raised in a muggle orphanage because his mother died giving birth to him. He then killed his father and grandparents because they were scum muggles that he hated. He lost all of his powers when he tried to kill Harry Potter, and got them back in Book 4. He was then at large in Books 5 and 6. There was a prophecy made about him that Harry Potter was the only one that could kill him; saying that neither can live while the other survives. He has 7 horcurx, 2 of which were already destroyed by Harry and Voldemort.
Volkov- Beater for the Bulgarian National Quidditch Team.
Vulchanov- Beater for the Bulgarian National Quidditch Team.
Wadcock, Joscelind- Chaser for the Puddlemere United quidditch team.
Waffling, Adalbert- Author of Magical Theory.
Wagstaff, “Honest Willy”- Street peddler who was accused by the Ministry of selling defective wands in Diagon Alley. The wands caused burns to a number of people. Wagstaff was also accused of selling loose-bottomed cauldrons
Wagtail, Myron- Lead singer in the wizarding band the weird sisters.
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
This article is about the book. For the film, see Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (film). For other uses, see Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (disambiguation).
2000 fantasy novel by J. K. Rowling
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire is a fantasy novel written by British author J. K. Rowling and the fourth novel in the Harry Potter series. It follows Harry Potter, a wizard in his fourth year at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, and the mystery surrounding the entry of Harry's name into the Triwizard Tournament, in which he is forced to compete.
The book was published in the United Kingdom by Bloomsbury and in the United States by Scholastic. In both countries, the release date was 8 July 2000. This was the first time a book in the series was published in both countries at the same time. The novel won a Hugo Award, the only Harry Potter novel to do so, in 2001. The book was adapted into a film, released worldwide on 18 November 2005, and a video game by Electronic Arts.
Throughout the three previous novels in the Harry Potter series, the main character, Harry Potter, has struggled with the difficulties of growing up and the added challenge of being a famed wizard. When Harry was a baby, Lord Voldemort, the most powerful dark wizard in history, killed Harry's parents but was mysteriously defeated after unsuccessfully trying to kill Harry, though his attempt left a lightning-shaped scar on Harry's forehead. This results in Harry's immediate fame and his being placed in the care of his abusive Muggle (non-magical) aunt and uncle, Petunia and Vernon Dursley, who have a son named Dudley.
On Harry's eleventh birthday, he learns he is a wizard from Rubeus Hagrid, Keeper of Keys and Grounds at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, and enrols in Hogwarts. He befriends Ron Weasley and Hermione Granger and confronts Lord Voldemort, who is trying to regain power. In Harry's first year, he has to protect the Philosopher's Stone from Voldemort and one of his faithful followers at Hogwarts. After returning to school after summer break, students at Hogwarts are attacked by the legendary monster of the Chamber of Secrets after the Chamber is opened. Harry ends the attacks by killing a Basilisk and thwarting another attempt by Lord Voldemort to return to full strength. The following year, Harry hears he has been targeted by escaped mass murderer Sirius Black. Despite stringent security measures at Hogwarts, Harry encounters Black at the end of his third year and learns Black was framed and is actually Harry's godfather. He also learns that it was his father's old school friend Peter Pettigrew who betrayed his parents.
In a prologue, which Harry sees through a dream, Frank Bryce, Muggle caretaker of an abandoned mansion known as the Riddle House, is murdered by Lord Voldemort after stumbling upon him and Wormtail. Harry is awoken by his scar hurting.
The Weasleys invite Harry and Hermione Granger to the Quidditch World Cup, to which they travel using a Portkey. After the match, masked Death Eaters, followers of Voldemort, attack the camping site. The Dark Mark is fired into the sky, causing mass panic. Harry discovers that his wand is missing. It is later found in the possession of Winky, Barty Crouch's house elf, having been used to cast the Mark. Barty Crouch dismisses Winky from his service.
At Hogwarts, Professor Dumbledore announces that Alastor "Mad-Eye" Moody will be the Defence Against the Dark Arts teacher for the year. Dumbledore also announces that Hogwarts will host the Triwizard Tournament, in which a champion of Hogwarts will compete against champions from other wizarding schools. The champions are chosen by the Goblet of Fire from names dropped into it. As Harry is under the age of majority in the wizarding world, he is disallowed from entering. The Goblet of Fire picks Fleur Delacour from Beauxbatons Academy, Viktor Krum from Durmstrang Institute and Cedric Diggory from Hogwarts to compete. Unexpectedly, it chooses Harry as a fourth champion, forcing him to compete.
Hagrid covertly reveals to Harry that the first task in the tournament is to get past a dragon. Harry struggles to find a way to accomplish this, until Moody suggests flying. Hermione helps him perfect a Summoning Charm, which he uses to summon his Firebolt broomstick and fly past the dragon to retrieve a golden egg. The egg contains a clue to the next task, but when opened it shrieks loudly. Following a tip from Cedric, Harry discovers that the task is to recover something from Merpeople at the bottom of the lake in the grounds.
Harry struggles to find a way to survive underwater. On the day of the task, Dobby, who now works at Hogwarts, gives him Gillyweed, having heard of it from Moody. This allows Harry to find Ron at the bottom of the lake. However, he refuses to leave the other champions' hostages behind, and rescues Fleur's sister, Gabrielle, when Fleur does not arrive. Harry finishes last, but is awarded high marks for 'moral fibre'.
While talking near the Forbidden Forest, Harry and Krum encounter Crouch, who had stopped appearing at work. Seeming insane, he claims to have done something terrible, and begs for Dumbledore. Leaving Krum with Crouch, Harry fetches Dumbledore but returns to find Krum stunned and Crouch gone. Moody tries and fails to find Crouch. Harry later has a dream involving Voldemort punishing Wormtail for a mistake. Harry tells Dumbledore about this, and stumbles upon a Pensieve in Dumbledore's office. With it, he discovers that Crouch's son was sent to Azkaban, where he supposedly died.
Harry prepares for the final task, a hedge maze filled with dangerous obstacles, the goal being to reach the Triwizard Cup at the centre. Inside the maze, Harry and Cedric reach the Cup, and agree to touch it at the same time. However, they discover that it is a Portkey that transports them to a graveyard. There, Wormtail appears, kills Cedric on Voldemort's orders, and performs a ritual to restore Lord Voldemort to a body.
Voldemort summons his Death Eaters, berates them for believing him dead, and mentions that he has a servant at Hogwarts, who has led Harry there. He tortures Harry, then challenges him to a duel. However, when he and Harry fire spells at each other, their wands connect, as they share a core, causing echoes of Voldemort's previous magic to appear, including manifestations of Cedric and Harry's parents. These echoes help Harry escape with Cedric's body to the Cup, which returns him to Hogwarts.
Under the panic caused by his arrival, Moody takes Harry to his office. He reveals himself to be Voldemort's servant, having put Harry's name into the Goblet, and guided him throughout the tournament to ensure he would touch the Cup. As Moody prepares to kill Harry, Dumbledore, McGonagall, and Snape intervene and stun Moody. Moody is revealed to be impersonated by Barty Crouch Jr., Crouch's son who was presumed dead, via Polyjuice Potion. Using Veritaserum, they learn that Crouch had rescued his son as a favour to his dying wife. Crouch Jr. was kept at home, until Winky convinced Crouch to allow him to see the Quidditch Cup, where he escaped, stole Harry's wand, and conjured the Dark Mark. Voldemort discovered Crouch Jr. and plotted to install him at Hogwarts, abducting the real Moody. Crouch was imprisoned by Wormtail, and when he escaped to Hogwarts, Crouch Jr. killed him.
Dumbledore announces Voldemort's return to the school. However, many people, including Minister for Magic Cornelius Fudge, refuse to believe it. The Dementor's Kiss is performed on Crouch Jr., rendering him unable to testify for Voldemort's return. Dumbledore puts plans against Voldemort into action. Not wanting his tournament winnings, Harry gives them to Fred and George to start a joke shop, and returns to the Dursleys.
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire is the fourth book in the Harry Potter series. The first, Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, was published by Bloomsbury on 26 June 1997. The second, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, was published on 2 July 1998. The third, Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, followed on 8 July 1999.Goblet of Fire is almost twice the size of the first three books (the paperback edition was 636 pages). Rowling stated that she "knew from the beginning it would be the biggest of the first four." She said there needed to be a "proper run-up" for the conclusion and rushing the "complex plot" could confuse readers. She also stated that "everything is on a bigger scale," which was symbolic, as Harry's horizons widened both literally and metaphorically as he grew up. She also wanted to explore more of the magical world.
Until the official title's announcement on 27 June 2000, the book was called by its working title, 'Harry Potter IV.' Previously, in April, the publisher had listed it as Harry Potter and the Doomspell Tournament. However, J. K. Rowling expressed her indecision about the title in an Entertainment Weekly interview. "I changed my mind twice on what [the title] was. The working title had got out — Harry Potter and the Doomspell Tournament. Then I changed Doomspell to Triwizard Tournament. Then I was teetering between Goblet of Fire and Triwizard Tournament. In the end, I preferred Goblet of Fire because it's got that kind of cup of destiny feel about it, which is the theme of the book."
Rowling mentioned that she originally wrote a Weasley relative named Malfalda, who, according to Rowling, "was the daughter of the 'second cousin who's a stockbroker' mentioned in Philosopher's Stone. This stockbroker had been very rude to Mr. and Mrs. Weasley in the past, but now he and his (Muggle) wife had inconveniently produced a witch, they came back to the Weasleys asking for their help in introducing her to wizarding society before she starts at Hogwarts." Malfalda was supposed to be a Slytherin and was to fill in the Rita Skeeter subplot, but she was eventually removed because "there were obvious limitations to what an eleven year old closeted at school could discover." Rowling considered Rita Skeeter to be "much more flexible." Rowling also admitted that the fourth book was the most difficult to write at the time because she noticed a giant plot hole halfway through writing. In particular, Rowling had trouble with the ninth chapter, "The Dark Mark," which she rewrote 13 times.
Jeff Jensen, who interviewed Rowling for Entertainment Weekly in 2000, pointed out that bigotry is a big theme in the Harry Potter novels and Goblet of Fire in particular. He mentioned how Voldemort and his followers are prejudiced against Muggles and how, in Goblet of Fire, Hermione forms a group to liberate Hogwarts' house-elves who have "been indentured servants so long they lack desire for anything else." When asked why she explored this theme, Rowling replied,
Because bigotry is probably the thing I detest most. All forms of intolerance, the whole idea of that which is different from me is necessarily evil. I really like to explore the idea that difference is equal and good. But there's another idea that I like to explore, too. Oppressed groups are not, generally speaking, people who stand firmly together – no, sadly, they kind of subdivide among themselves and fight like hell. That's human nature, so that's what you see here. This world of wizards and witches, they're already ostracized, and then within themselves, they've formed a loathsome pecking order.
She also commented that she did not feel this was too "heavy" for children, as it was one of those things that a "huge number of children at that age start to think about."
Publication and reception
Goblet of Fire was the first book in the Harry Potter series to be released in the United States on the same date as the United Kingdom, on 8 July 2000, strategically on a Saturday so children did not have to worry about school conflicting with buying the book. It had a combined first-printing of over five million copies. It was given a record-breaking print run of 3.9 million. Three million copies of the book were sold over the first weekend in the US alone.FedEx dispatched more than 9,000 trucks and 100 planes to fulfil book deliveries. The pressure in editing caused a mistake which shows Harry's father emerging first from Voldemort's wand; however, as confirmed in Prisoner of Azkaban, James died first, so then Harry's mother ought to have come out first. This was corrected in later editions.
To publicise the book, a special train named Hogwarts Express was organised by Bloomsbury, and run from King's Cross to Perth, carrying J.K. Rowling, a consignment of books for her to sign and sell, also representatives of Bloomsbury and the press. The book was launched on 8 July 2000, on platform 1 at King's Cross – which had been given "Platform 9+3⁄4" signs for the occasion – following which the train departed. En route it called at Didcot Railway Centre, Kidderminster, the Severn Valley Railway, Crewe (overnight stop), Manchester, Bradford, York, the National Railway Museum (overnight stop), Newcastle, Edinburgh, arriving at Perth on 11 July. The locomotive was West Country class steam locomotive no. 34027 Taw Valley, which was specially repainted red for the tour; it later returned to its normal green livery (the repaints were requested and paid for by Bloomsbury). The coaches of the train included a sleeping car. A Diesel locomotive was coupled at the other end, for use when reversals were necessary, such as the first stage of the journey as far as Ferme Park, just south of Hornsey. The tour generated considerably more press interest than the launch of the film Thomas and the Magic Railroad which was premiered in London the same weekend.
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire has received mostly positive reviews. In The New York Times Book Review, author Stephen King stated the Goblet of Fire was "every bit as good as Potters 1 through 3" and praised the humour and subplots, although he commented that "there's also a moderately tiresome amount of adolescent squabbling...it's a teenage thing".Kirkus Reviews called it "another grand tale of magic and mystery...and clicking along so smoothly that it seems shorter than it is". However, they commented that it did tend to lag, especially at the end where two "bad guys" stopped the action to give extended explanations, and that the issues to be resolved in sequels would leave "many readers, particularly American ones, uncomfortable". For The Horn Book Magazine, Martha V. Parravano gave a mixed review, saying "some will find [it] wide-ranging, compellingly written, and absorbing; others, long, rambling, and tortuously fraught with adverbs". A Publishers Weekly review praised the book's "red herrings, the artful clues and tricky surprises that disarm the most attentive audience" and saying it "might be her most thrilling yet." Writing for The New Yorker, Joan Acocella noted that "where the prior volumes moved like lightning, here the pace is slower, the energy more dispersed. At the same time, the tone becomes more grim."
Kristin Lemmerman of CNN said that it is not great literature: 'Her prose has more in common with your typical beach-blanket fare and the beginning contained too much recap to introduce characters to new readers, although Rowling quickly gets back on track, introducing readers to a host of well-drawn new characters.' Writing for Salon.com, Charles Taylor was generally positive about the change of mood and development of characters.Entertainment Weekly's reviewer Kristen Baldwin gave Goblet of Fire the grade of A-, praising the development of the characters as well as the many themes presented. However, she did worry that a shocking climax may be a "nightmare factory" for young readers.
Awards and honours
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire won several awards, including the 2001 Hugo Award for Best Novel. It won the 2002 Indian Paintbrush Book Award, the third after Philosopher's Stone and Prisoner of Azkaban. The novel also won an Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Platinum Award for one of the best books, who claimed it was "more intense than the first three books". In addition, Entertainment Weekly listed Goblet of Fire in second place on their list of The New Classics: Books – The 100 best reads from 1983 to 2008.The Guardian ranked Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire #97 in its list of 100 Best Books of the 21st Century.
Main article: Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (film)
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire was adapted into a film, released worldwide on 18 November 2005, which was directed by Mike Newell and written by Steve Kloves. The film grossed $102.7 million for the opening weekend, and eventually grossed $896 million worldwide. The film was also nominated for Best Art Direction at the 78th Academy Awards.
Main article: Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (video game)
It was also made into a video game for PC, PlayStation 2, Nintendo DS, Nintendo GameCube, Xbox, Game Boy Advance, and PlayStation Portable by Electronic Arts. It was released just before the film.
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Awards for Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
Harry is the protagonist of the series. He rose to fame when, as a baby, he defeated Lord Voldemort in an encounter that left both of his parents dead. In The Goblet of Fire, Harry is forced to compete in the dangerous Triwizard Tournament when a follower of Lord Voldemort enters his name into the Goblet without his knowledge (despite the fact that he is too young to compete). Harry comes to a lot of "grown-up" realizations in book four, learning about the darker sides of the wizarding world, and finally coming face-to-face with a newly embodied Voldemort. Harry endures and witnesses great loss in book four; though he is hopeful for the future, he knows that dark times lie ahead.
Harry and Ron's best friend, Hermione is the brightest witch of her age. Her favorite thing to do is to spend time at the library reading books about the history of the wizarding world and learning new spells. She often helps Harry solve problems and practice his magic. In fact, without Hermione, Harry would likely not be able to overcome half the magical obstacles he faces throughout the series. In The Goblet of Fire, Hermione has a few sub-plots that contribute to the main narrative. She is a romantic interest of Viktor Krum, a famous Quidditch player and Durmstrang Triwizard champion, which stirs jealousy in Ron (and foreshadows that Hermione and Ron will develop a romantic relationship later in the series). She conducts research to help Harry with each challenge, and she also takes it upon herself to investigate how Rita Skeeter manages to overhear so much private information without actually being present. Perhaps most significant to her character development is Hermione's newfound awareness of the mistreatment of house-elves and other non-human magical creatures in the wizarding world; she starts an organization called S.P.E.W. to address the inequality and disenfranchisement of elves.
Ron is Harry's best friend and the youngest Weasley brother. Though usually 100% on Harry's side, in The Goblet of Fire Ron grows jealous of Harry's time in the spotlight. When Harry is chosen as a Triwizard Champion, Ron believes that he entered himself without sharing his method of entry. Ron thinks, for a short while, that Harry entered the competition as a way of gaining more attention than he already has. However, after the first task, Ron realizes the danger Harry faces in the tournament and comes around to the idea that someone is actually trying to hurt Harry by entering him into the competition.
The other Hogwarts champion of the book, Cedric Diggory, is a Hufflepuff. He is strong, brave, and intelligent. His father works alongside Arthur Weasley at the Ministry of Magic. Harry and Cedric decide to share their Triwizard victory by each grabbing the Cup at the same time. However, the Cup turns out to be a portkey, and Cedric is murdered by Wormtail when they enter the graveyard at the end of the book.
Krum is the champion of Durmstrang Institute. He is a star quidditch player and Ron's hero at the beginning of the book, but when Krum asks Hermione to the Yule Ball, Krum becomes something of a romantic rival to Ron. Krum is controlled with the Imperius curse in the maze and thus is forced by Barty Crouch Jr. to torture Cedric until Harry finds them and stuns Krum.
Fleur is the champion of the French magical school, Beauxbatons. Fleur is characterized primarily by her physical appearance. She is described as being extremely beautiful; her grandmother is a Veela, a type of magical humanoid whose beauty, like a siren, is hypnotic.
Throughout the book, Hogwarts students believe they are being taught by Alastor Moody, an ex-Auror, however, Moody is actually Barty Crouch Jr. in disguise. Moody is a stern man, considered paranoid by many, though wizards who worked with him still respect him as one of the greatest Aurors of all time. His name comes from the glass eye he wears that can see through walls and that often spins around randomly in his head.
A Death Eater that spends the book disguised as Alastor Moody, Barty is loyal to Voldemort and hopes to be the one to send Harry Potter to him. He is given the Dementor's kiss at the end of the book.
A journalist who manipulates the truth in order to gain publicity. She causes a lot of trouble for the protagonists and spies on them by transforming herself into a beetle.
The headmaster of Hogwarts, Dumbledore is a calm father figure to Harry. He has no choice but to allow Harry to enter the tournament since ancient magic dictates the law.
Hagrid is the friendly gamekeeper of Hogwarts. Ever since Harry was a baby, Hagrid has protected him. Hagrid loves dragons and all manner of dangerous magical creatures. In this book, Hagrid reveals that he is a half-giant, which explains his abnormally large figure. During this book, he begins a romance with the Headmistress of Beauxbatons, Madame Maxime, another half-giant.
Voldemort is the main antagonist of the Harry Potter books. During the fourth installment of the Harry Potter series, Voldemort is finally able to regain his true physical form and begins his war in earnest. With the help of some of his loyal supporters, Voldemort attempts once again to harm Harry Potter.
The ex-Death Eater headmaster of Durmstrang school, Karkaroff is regarded with suspicion throughout the book, but turns out not to be part of the nefarious plot.
Head of the Department of Magical Games and Sports at the Ministry of Magic, Bagman is instrumental in bringing the Triwizard Tournament to Hogwarts. He has a gambling problem and tries to help Harry win the tournament throughout because he placed a bet on him in order to pay back a group of goblins to whom he owes a large sum of money.
Barty Crouch Sr. is a complicated figure high up in the Ministry of Magic who, despite his record of taking a hard line against Death Eaters and Dark wizards, helps free his son from Azkaban (after sending him there for a life sentence for torturing Aurors and following Voldemort).
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Harry's best friend. Ron is the second youngest Weasley child and because of this, he struggles to define himself and stand out in his family, given that all of his older brothers are accomplished (even… read analysis of Ron Weasley
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Mr. Crouch's son. As a young man Barty Crouch got involved with the Death Eaters. This tarnished his father's reputation, especially since Barty Crouch was allegedly involved in torturing Frank Longbottom and his wife with… read analysis of Barty Crouch
Harry's godfather. Until a year before the start of the novel, Sirius was imprisoned in Azkaban for a crime he didn't commit. Because Harry wasn't able to provide evidence of Sirius's innocence, Sirius is on… read analysis of Sirius Black
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The Seeker for the Bulgarian Quidditch Team and, later, the Triwizard champion from the Wizarding school Durmstrang. Harry and Hermione's first introduction to Krum happens at the Quidditch World Cup, when Hermione notes that in… read analysis of Viktor Krum
The first Hogwarts champion; a sixth-year student in Hufflepuff House. Harry and most of his fellow Gryffindors believe that Cedric is brainless, if handsome, and they don't believe that he's a truly worthy person to… read analysis of Cedric Diggory
Accounts differ in regards to the kind of person that Bertha Jorkins was, but it's known to the reader from the beginning of the novel that Voldemort murdered her not long before the story starts… read analysis of Bertha Jorkins
The potions master; he loathes Harry in particular and Gryffindor students in general. He's also the head of Slytherin House. Snape is especially cruel to Neville, his least favorite student, and spends much of… read analysis of Professor Snape
The Minister of Magic. He's a short and portly man who, at the beginning of the novel, Harry believes is a kindly if bumbling sort of man. He greets Harry warmly at the Quidditch World… read analysis of Cornelius Fudge
One of Ron's older brothers. Percy has always loved rules and being successful, and so he feels very important when he gets a job working for Mr. Crouch at the Ministry of Magic after Hogwarts… read analysis of Percy Weasley
The champion from Beauxbatons. She's a beautiful young woman whose beauty shocks many boys, including Ron. Harry later learns that this isn't the fault of the boys; her grandmother was a veela and the… read analysis of Fleur Delacour
Ron's mother. She's a short and plump witch who, more than anything, wants her seven children to grow up to be successful. However, it becomes clear when Harry arrives at the Burrow that Mrs. Weasley… read analysis of Mrs. Weasley
The headmistress of Beauxbatons Academy; a beautiful olive-skinned witch who's as tall as Hagrid. Though she denies it at first, Maxime is half giant. She keeps this a secret because, like Hagrid, she knows… read analysis of Madame Maxime
At the beginning of the novel, Winky is Mr. Crouch's house-elf. She takes her job seriously and lectures Harry on the proper way for a house-elf to behave--a house-elf, in her opinion, does as they're… read analysis of Winky
One of Harry's fourth-year Gryffindor classmates. Neville is kind, though he's generally considered to be a hopeless student: he's often the only one assigned extra homework, and Potions is his worst subject. This is because… read analysis of Neville Longbottom
A house-elf whom Harry freed two years ago. Dobby used to work for the Malfoys, who abused him. Dobby wants to work for pay, get time off, and wear clothes, all things that other house-elves… read analysis of Dobby
Harry's archenemy at Hogwarts; a wealthy blond Slytherin student in the fourth year. Malfoy is a privileged boy who understands that, because of his father's wealth and prestige, he can in many cases get whatever… read analysis of Draco Malfoy
The headmaster of Durmstrang, a school of magic in Eastern Europe. Karkaroff wears sleek furs and openly favors Viktor Krum over all of his other students. Harry describes Karkaroff as "fruity" and as having an… read analysis of Professor Karkaroff
One of the Weasley twins. As far as anyone else is concerned, he and George are middling students and don't take their education seriously--they did poorly on their O.W.L.s last year, which proves this to… read analysis of Fred Weasley
One of the Weasley twins. As far as anyone else is concerned, he and Fred are middling students and don't take their education seriously--they did poorly on their O.W.L.s last year, which proves this to… read analysis of George Weasley
Ron's father; a Ministry employee in the Misuse of Muggle Artifacts office. He loves Muggles and Muggle culture, especially the technology they use to replace magic, like electricity. A kind man, Mr. Weasley insists that… read analysis of Mr. Weasley
Cedric Diggory's father and the head of the Department for the Control and Regulation of Magical Creatures. He's proud of Cedric and expresses it in a way that embarrasses Cedric; the few times that Harry… read analysis of Amos Diggory
The Muggle who owns one of the campsites used for the Quidditch World Cup. He gives Ministry officials a lot of grief before the Cup and he requires multiple Memory Charms every day to keep… read analysis of Mr. Roberts
A small, rodent-like man who, in June of the last school year, came out of hiding as a rat and left to rejoin Voldemort. Though his real name is Peter Pettigrew, most people refer… read analysis of Peter Pettigrew/Wormtail
Draco Malfoy's father. Mr. Malfoy is extremely powerful and well-respected in the Wizarding community and at the Ministry, though this is mostly because he donates money to a number of causes. Harry, Ron… read analysis of Lucius Malfoy
Head of Gryffindor House and the Transfiguration teacher. McGonagall is a stern and often curt witch who demands excellence and good behavior from all of her students. Harry begins to see a more caring side… read analysis of Professor McGonagall
An old Muggle man who's been the caretaker at the Riddle House for decades. He fought in World War II and because of this, he has a limp. He was accused and arrested when the… read analysis of Frank Bryce
Harry's Muggle uncle. He loves making Harry unhappy but because he hates having Harry around even more, he allows Harry to attend the Quidditch World Cup and leave his home early. He also lives in… read analysis of Uncle Vernon
The Hogwarts Divination professor. She wears shawls and lots of jewelry that makes her look like an insect, and she works hard to make herself sound mysterious and all-knowing. Though Harry doesn't take most of… read analysis of Professor Trelawney
A Hogwarts ghost; she was a student who died in a bathroom because she saw a basilisk while Tom Riddle (later Voldemort) was at school. She spends most of her time in the bathroom… read analysis of Moaning Myrtle
The oldest Weasley brother. He works for Gringotts Bank as a treasure hunter, which means he has a great deal of freedom in terms of how he dresses--he has a long ponytail and an earring… read analysis of Bill Weasley
A wand-maker based in Diagon Alley. He attends and presides over the Weighing of the Wands ceremony for the Triwizard Tournament, in which he checks the Champions' wands to make sure they're in good working… read analysis of Ollivander
A Care of Magical Creatures professor who takes over Hagrid's class when he removes himself from teaching. She's curt and refuses to tell students where Hagrid is. However, her lessons are far more enjoyable than… read analysis of Professor Grubbly-Plank
Harry's aunt. Though she's spent most of her life insisting that her son Dudley is big-boned and a gentle giant, this summer forces her to confront the truth: Dudley's school nurse insists that he needs… read analysis of Aunt Petunia
Harry's cousin. When his marks come from school, the nurse includes a note saying that Dudley is overweight and must lose weight so that he can fit into his uniform, which results in Petunia enforcing… read analysis of Dudley Dursley
Ron's younger sister; she's a third-year in Gryffindor. She's had a crush on Harry since she first met him three years ago and blushes every time she sees him. She agrees to go to the… read analysis of Ginny Weasley
A pretty Ravenclaw student in the fifth year. Harry has a crush on her for most of the novel, though he only acts on it around Christmastime when he asks her to the Yule Ball… read analysis of Cho Chang
The Weasley twins' friend and business partner. Like Fred and George Lee is a jokester, and he participates in the twins' development of joke products. Fred and George later share with Harry that Lee's father has had dealings with Ludo Bagman that didn't end well.
A fourth-year Gryffindor student who attends the Yule Ball with Harry. She isn't kind to Hermione and seems personally offended that Hermione can make herself look pretty. Parvati is especially upset when Harry doesn't pay her much attention at the ball.
Neville's father. He used to be an Auror and after Voldemort's fall, he and his wife were tortured by Death Eaters for information on Voldemort's whereabouts. In the present he and his wife are insane and live in St. Mungo's hospital, where they don't recognize Neville.
Harry's mother. She died rather than let Voldemort kill Harry and Harry meets her when her shadow comes out of Voldemort's wand during the duel in the graveyard. Her sacrifice meant that Voldemort couldn't touch Harry, an obstacle that Voldemort sidesteps by using Harry's blood to resurrect himself.
Harry's father. He died trying to protect Lily and Harry when Harry was a year old. Harry meets him when his shadow comes out of Voldemort's wand during the duel in the graveyard.
One of Ron's oldest brothers. He works with dragons in Romania and is one of the dragon-tamers for the first task. Like Bill, Charlie has a sense of humor and doesn't take Percy seriously.
The Sorting Hat
The sentient hat that sorts new students into the four Hogwarts Houses. It writes a new song every year to sing to the school before it sorts students.
The Hogwarts caretaker. He and his cat, Mrs. Norris, love to catch students out of bed and punish them. His goal in life is to find some reason to convince Dumbledore to evict Peeves from the castle.
Parvati's twin sister in Ravenclaw. She accompanies Ron to the Yule Ball, though she doesn't decide that Ron is interesting or attractive until after Ron's moment of fame due to his participation in the second task.
Dumbledore's phoenix. He gave two tail feathers to Ollivander many years ago. Though Harry knew already that his wand shared a core with Voldemort's, he learns this year that Fawkes's tail feathers are the ones in his wand and Voldemort's wand.
The Charms professor. He's thrilled when Harry uses a charm from his curriculum, the Summoning Charm, during the first challenge of the Triwizard Tournament.
Voldemort's giant snake. He and Wormtail use Nagini's venom to feed Voldemort when he's in his small humanoid form.
The Hogwarts nurse. She takes great offense to the Triwizard Tournament out of concern for students' health, especially after the dementors last year.
The History of Magic professor at Hogwarts. He's a ghost and his lessons are exceedingly boring.
The owner and bartender at the Three Broomsticks pub in Hogsmeade.
Fleur's little sister. Harry rescues her from the lake when Fleur doesn't arrive to save her herself.
The Defense Against the Dark Arts teacher last year. He sends Moody a letter detailing what material the students have covered already.
Nearly Headless Nick
The Gryffindor ghost. He often wears a ruff that keeps his head straight on his neck, as his beheading wasn't entirely successful.
Colin Creevy's little brother. He's a first-year and, like Colin, admires Harry.
One of Harry and Ron's fellow fourth-year Gryffindor classmates.
One of Harry and Ron's fellow fourth-year Gryffindor classmates.
A small third-year boy in Gryffindor who admires Harry.
The Herbology professor and the head of Hufflepuff.
Parvati Patil's friend, a fellow fourth-year Gryffindor.
The Fat Lady
The lady whose portrait guards Gryffindor Tower.
Ron's owl. He's the size of a tennis ball and very excitable.
One of Malfoy's cronies.
One of Malfoy's cronies.
The Hogwarts poltergeist.
Hermione's fluffy orange cat.
Voldemort's father and namesake.
A Hogwarts student in Gryffindor. She plays on the house quidditch team.
A student in Slytherin house.
A tough, no-nonsense woman, who raised Neville after his parents were tortured into insanity by Death Eaters.
We stopped at a traffic light. I took off my panties. He put his hand back between my legs. His finger went inside.
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