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We see Harry spotting Filch and his cat on the map multiple times. This is as close as we get to a "non magical" creature on the map: Filch is a squib and his cat -although it seems to be more intelligent and knowing than normal cats- is never said to have magical properties. Rowling on the contrary clearly emphasised, that Mrs. Norris is a normal ...


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No because you need to do magic as to be someone who has used magic before or who owns a wand or simply actualky being a witch or wizard to show up on the map the hooligans who made the artifact used the ministry of magics tracking spell similar to the underage wizarding charm on the map to locate people so any muggle as you say would not be detectable due ...


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Possibly... On a planet known as Breakworld, there's a unique metal which has antigravitational properties, similar to Nth metal. It was also said to possess "properties beyond this plane", possibly magical in nature. Uncanny X-Men Vol 1 #536 A giant bullet made of this metal was constructed on an artificial moon orbiting Breakworld, and the Beast ...


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This is an excerpt from the Marvel Database page on Nanominium, a material I found to have direct anti-magic properties. Nanominium is a metallic substance that can be applied as a gloss for anti-magical properties. It appears to be roughly as durable as Vibranium, enough to create a shield of comparable durability to Captain America's Shield. The substance ...


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This might be Hawkspar (2008) by Holly Lisle. The summary on Goodreads describes how the slaves of the order can be chosen to receive magical eyes of stone, and the protagonist gains the power to see through time. A sample chapter on the author's site introduces us to a convent-like setting whose female "penitents" are taught martial arts and other ...


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