If a witch or a wizard is a Muggle-born they most certainly exist in a legal sense as Muggle citizens (i.e. they have birth records, school records, national insurance number, IDs,...); it is also not ...
We know Gandalf, Radagast, Saruman, Pallando and Alatar, who are all Istari, Maiar in physical form. The elves can also do 'magic', and Sauron, being a Maiar himself. Were there any other people with ...
Book where a boy replies to a job ad for a wizard's apprentice and passes through a portal at the interview
I read a series of books a few years back. It was about a boy who, upon finishing school, decides to apply to an ad about a job. The ad states: Wizard's apprentice, no illusions. Real magic. When he ...
First off, I read this book a long time ago, but I'm guessing it was written sometime in either the 80's or early 90's. Plot summary: Set in a fantasy land of wizards and magic, some kids(maybe) are ...
Possible Duplicate: What do wizard children do before Hogwarts? As we all know wizards and witches enter Hogwarts at the age of 11. This is ok for Muggleborns because they've had a ...
‘No one asked your opinion, you filthy little Mudblood,’ [Draco] spat. Chamber of Secrets - page 86 - Bloomsbury - chapter 7, Mudbloods and Murmurs ‘It’s about the most insulting thing he could ...
During the LOTR we see Gandalf change from 'Gandalf the Grey' to 'Gandalf the White' and we see 'Saruman the White' change to 'Saruman the Many-coloured'. What does this mean and how and why does it ...
Why are wizards in fantasy literature depicted as living in towers?
I remember back when I was a child (late nineties), I listened to some audiotapes. One of them was story about two children, and a wizard who accidentally teleports into them when he is trying to pass ...
In the 1977 film Wizards Avatar says: But neither Blackwolf, nor Avatar ever had a last name. What was he on about?
In the BBC TV series Merlin, the dragon terms Merlin a Warlock. The evidence is that this is generally considered a negative or evil term, so why is he called it? Surely it would be better to call him ...
We have: Gandalf the White: Albus Dumbledore: Merlin (beard mentioned in many descriptions - see Wiki) So, is there some info of how did this trope actually get started (especially in ...