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Yes, it seems like it would be allowed. Muggles who marry wizards are allowed to know about the wizarding world. Seamus’s mother told his father after they married. “I’m half and half,’ said Seamus. ‘Me dad’s a Muggle. Mam didn’t tell him she was a witch ’til after they were married. Bit of a nasty shock for him.” - Harry Potter and the Philosopher's ...


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Most likely it is allowed. If we think about it, the danger of using magic in front of muggles is due to the risk of exposing the wizard community. As long as the muggle is already aware of the magic, their partner's and kid's abilities, I think it is safe to assume that such wizards are allowed to do magic in front of their significant ones (or other not ...


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It originated with the Thieves' World series, although it was not a key part of the setting at the very earliest stages. The term does not appear in the original Thieves' World anthology and appears only once in the second volume, Tales From the Vulgar Unicorn, in the story "Vashanka's Minion," by Janet Morris. In Sanctuary, enchantment ruled. No ...


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One could argue that Dennis Creevey might have skipped a year. As I pointed out here, Dennis Creevey started Hogwarts in Goblet of Fire, yet one year later he was in Hogsmeade for the first D.A. meeting, even though Hogsmeade is only open to third years and above. One way to explain Dennis's presence in Hogsmeade would be that he actually was in third year ...


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