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Posted by: John
January 20, 2011, 06:26 PM

Something new today for Leakypedia Page of the day, How many magical objects can you name and define? Our Magical Objects page seems to currently only contain Horcruxes.. (gross.)

Everyone who contributed good info to this page (on the Leakypedia!) will receive 15 points for every defined magical object on this page from now until Friday. So if there, for example, are 20 objects listed, everyone receives 300 points! You with me? Knock it out!

Update: Totally cool to add some to the comments on this news post, but copy them to the Leakypedia for points!

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5503 Points

Wow! This is amazing! Everyone has done a great job!

Posted by ksddancer... ROAR!!!!!!! on January 20, 2011, 10:32 PM report to moderator
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57 Points

Portkey: a magical object that can transport a wizard to another place

Posted by charlotte.granger on January 20, 2011, 10:47 PM report to moderator
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33 Points

Pensive- A stone bowl into which memories are put and stored. A person may “revisit” a memory in the pensive anytime they like by peering and "falling into the memory.

Posted by theaterjockhp on January 21, 2011, 12:04 AM report to moderator
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29 Points

I have a few but I dont have time to define them all. If anyone else wants to write a few definitions, here they are!

Quick Quotes Quill, Dungbom, Umbridge’s Quill, Omnioculars, Golden Egg, Sirius’ Knife, Moody’s Trunk, Monster Book of Monsters

Posted by devilssnare17 on January 21, 2011, 12:46 AM report to moderator
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125 Points

Puking Pastels – eat one side puke and get out of class, eat the other, you are all better
and to devil snare
quick quotes quill – green quill used by rita skeeter that totally twists whatever her victim says
im too tired to define things

Posted by halfbloodprincess219 on January 21, 2011, 09:09 AM report to moderator
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125 Points

there are a series of magical objects that are strictly forbidden while one is taking the owls (they where used for cheating. i just dont feel like whipping out my book to list them. off of my head i know there was a good luck charm and a special quill

Posted by halfbloodprincess219 on January 21, 2011, 09:13 AM report to moderator
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41 Points

Mandrake: A Mandrake, also known as Mandragora, is a plant which has a root that looks like a human baby and ages similarly as the plant matures. When matured, the Mandrake can be cut up and mixed as the main ingredient for the Mandrake Restorative Draught, which reanimate/ cure those who have been petrified (as read/ seen in Harry Potter & The Chamber Of Secrets).

Posted by TreacleKreature on January 21, 2011, 12:31 PM report to moderator
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41 Points

Mandrake: A Mandrake, also known as Mandragora, is a plant which has a root that looks like a human baby and ages similarly as the plant matures. When matured, the Mandrake can be cut up and mixed as the main ingredient for the Mandrake Restorative Draught, which reanimate/ cure those who have been petrified (as read/ seen in Harry Potter & The Chamber Of Secrets).

Posted by TreacleKreature on January 21, 2011, 12:31 PM report to moderator
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41 Points

Knight Bus: The Knight Bus is an amazingly fast, triple-decker, bus that ‘publicly’ transports wizards and citizens of the wizarding world to their destinations. To hail the bus, a witch or wizard must would stick their wand in the air like you would hail a city cab. Stan Shunpike is first introduced when Harry boards the bus at the beginning of Harry Potter & The Prisoner Of Azkaban; Stan is the greeter/ tour guide/ attendant for the passengers while the ‘Mr. Magoo-ish’ driver is named Ernie Prang. There is also a shrunken head hanging from the rear view mirror of the bus who speaks in a Caribbean accent.

Posted by TreacleKreature on January 21, 2011, 12:41 PM report to moderator
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27 Points

Spell-O-Tape, Sorting Hat, Fawkes the Pheonix, Time Turner, Sorcerers Stone, Felix Felises, Remembrall, Bezoar, Wand, Sword of Gryffindor, Any of the Weasley products, Putter-Outer, Hagrid’s wand concealed umbrella, Slytherin locket, Riddle’s Diary, Ravenclaw Daidem

Posted by GinervaWeasley on January 21, 2011, 01:15 PM report to moderator
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28 Points

Vanishing Cabinets – A passage or transport between two places. Objects placed in the vanishing cabinet will appear in the sister cabinet, wherever it is located.

Posted by Triddle14 on January 21, 2011, 03:24 PM report to moderator
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141 Points

So where are my points? Pony up! :D

Posted by Oh, Neville OoM4, GS on January 21, 2011, 03:34 PM report to moderator
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150 Points

has someone talked about the sorcerer’s stone? Well i will…..
A stone that makes you immortal…. elixir of life… am i correct? ;)
And the mirror of erised…. a mirror that shows you your deepest wishes. The happiest man on earth would look into it and see himself…..

Posted by Winkyxx on January 21, 2011, 05:57 PM report to moderator
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150 Points

has someone talked about the sorcerer’s stone? Well i will…..
A stone that makes you immortal…. elixir of life… am i correct? ;)
And the mirror of erised…. a mirror that shows you your deepest wishes. The happiest man on earth would look into it and see himself…..

Posted by Winkyxx on January 21, 2011, 05:58 PM report to moderator
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41 Points

Has the horcrux been mentioned yet? If not, I can’t believe it! But happy, because I want to add it.


Spoilers Enclosed****

A horcrux is where you have placed part of your soul after you murder someone. This way, you can’t be killed, because part of your soul is kept safe somewhere. In Tom Riddle/Voldemort’s case, he did this 7 times, having 8 parts of his soul (I think, I always get confused on the number) and hid part of his soul in objects such as the The Diary (from Chamber of Secrets) the Ring/Resurrection Stone (from Half-Blood Prince/Deathly Hallows), the locket, The cup, diadem, Nagini and Harry’s scar. (I think I mentioned them all). It wasn’t until all of these had been destroyed that Voldemort could actually be killed. And also, it has been mentioned that a person could possibly repair their soul, but it is most painful and you have to truly feel remorse for what you’ve done. The process for creating the Horcrux has not been mentioned, but what has been mentioned about them was the fact that J.K. Rowling told her editor/publicist about it and it made them seriously sick. So whatever it is, it’s pretty gruesome.

Posted by JenniferMalfoy on January 21, 2011, 06:21 PM report to moderator
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