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A Mudblood is another name for a witch or wizard that is a muggle born.
Mudblood is a very offensive term for a muggle born witch or wizard. It is first used in Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets by Draco Malfoy to Hermione Granger. The term becomes more clear as it is used more in the series by again, Draco Malfoy, and also by various Death Eater.
Order of the Phoenix
The Marauders were a group of friends at Hogwarts who developed The Marauder's Map. Remus Lupin was a werewolf, and when his friends learned this, they worked to become illigal animagi so they could accompany Lupin when he transformed at the full moon without being in danger themselves. James Potter's animagus was a stag (the same animal his son Harry's patronus took the form of), Sirius Black's animagus was a dog, and Peter Pettigrew's animagus was a rat (which he later used to disguise himself as Ron Weasley's pet rat).
Dumbledore's Army was a group of Hogwarts students who wanted to learn Defense Against the Dark Arts from a real teacher since Dolores Umbridge (their Defense Against the Dark Arts teacher for that year) would not teach them any real defensive magic. Harry Potter was the leader/teacher of Dumbledore's Army because he had been able to defend himself against Lord Voldemort the previous year. The group was named Dumbledore's Army because The Ministry of Magic feared that Albus Dumbledore was creating an army to rise up against them.
Dumbledore's Army Members
- Harry Potter (leader/teacher)
- Ron Weasley
- Hermione Granger
- Neville Longbottom
- Dean Thomas
- Lavender Brown
- Parvati Patil
- Padma Patil
- Cho Chang
- Luna Lovegood
- Katie Bell
- Alicia Spinnet
- Angelina Johnson
- Colin Creevey
- Dennis Creevey
- Ernie Macmillan
- Justin Finch-Fletchley
- Hannah Abbott
- Anthony Goldstein
- Michael Corner
- Terry Boot
- Ginny Weasley
- Fred Weasley
- George Weasley
- Lee Jordan
There is also "a Huffelpuff girl with long plait down her back whose name Harry did not know" and "a tall skinny blonde boy with an upturned nose whom Harry recognized vaguely as being a member of the Huffelpuff Quidditch team" (Order of the Phoenx page 338)
Ministry of Magic Employees
- Bagman, Ludo - Head of the Department of Magical Games and Sports.
- Bones, Amelia - Head of Department of Magical Law Enforcement.
- Bode, Broderick - "Unspeakable," Department of Mysteries
- Cresswell, Dirk - Head of Goblin Liaison Office
- Croaker - "Unspeakable," Department of Mysteries
- Crouch, Bartemius - Head of Department of International Magical Cooperation
- Dawlish, John - Auror
- Diggory, Amos - Department for the Regulation and Control of Magical Creatures
- Edgecombe, Madam - Floo Network Office
- Fudge, Cornelius - Minister for Magic
- Fudge, Rufus - Improper Use of Magic Office
- Alastor Gumboil - Magical Law Enforcement Squad
- Hopkirk, Mafalda - Improper Use of Magic Office
- Jorkins, Bertha - Department of Magical Games and Sports
- Stamford Jorkins - Ministry spokesperson
- Longbottom, Alice - Auror
- Longbottom, Frank - Auror
- Macnair, Walden - Committee for the Disposal of Dangerous Creatures
- Mockridge, Cuthbert - Goblin Liaison Office
- Moody, Alastor - Auror
- Eric Munch - Watchwizard
- Arnold Peasegood - Obliviator]
- Perkins - Misuse of Muggle Artifacts Office
- Proudfoot - Auror
- Mnemone Radford - First Ministry of Magic Obliviator.
- Gawain Robards - Head of the Aurors office.
- Savage - Auror
- Scamander, Newt - Beast Division, Department for the Regulation and Control of Magical Creatures.
- Scrimgeour, Rufus - Head of Auror Office, named Minister for Magic.
- Shacklebolt, Kingsley - Auror
- Tonks, Nymphadora - Auror
- Umbridge, Dolores Jane - Senior Undersecretary to the Minister for Magic
- Weasley, Arthur - Head of the Misuse of Muggle Artifacts Office
- Weasley, Percy - Department of International Magical Cooperation and Junior Assistant to the Minister for Magic
- Wimple, Gilbert - Committee on Experimental Charms
- Basil - Department of Magical Transportation
- Bob - Department for the Regulation and Control of Magical Creatures
- Bathsheba Babbling: Ancient Runes
- Binns, Cuthbert: History of Magic (only ghost professor)
- Burage, Charity: Muggle Studies (until July, 1997)
- Carrow, Alecto: Muggle Studies (1997-1998)
- Carrow, Amycus: Defence Against the Dark Arts (as the Dark Arts) (1997-1998)
- Dumbledore, Albus Percival Wulfric Brian: Transfiguration c.1940s and Headmaster (c.1970 - June 1997)
- Firenze: Divination (only centaur professor)
- Flitwick, Filius: Charms, Head of Ravenclaw House
- Grubbly-Plank, Wilhelmina: temporary - Care of Magical Creatures (January, 1995; September-October 1995)
- Hagrid, Rubeus: Care of Magical Creatures (September 1993-present) and groundskeeper
- Kettleburn, Silvanus: Care of Magical Creatures(early 20th century through spring 1993)
- Lockhart, Gilderoy: Defence Against the Dark Arts (1992- 1993)
- Longbottom, Neville: Herbology
- Lupin, Remus: Defence Against the Dark Arts (1993- 1994)
- McGonagall, Minerva: Transfiguration, Deputy Headmistress and Head of Gryffindor House
- Moody, Alastor "Mad-Eye": Defence Against the Dark Arts - actually Barty Crouch Jr. in disquise. (1994- 1995)
- Quirrell, Quirinus: Muggle Studies (pre-1990- 1991) and Defence Against the Dark Arts (1991- 1992)
- Sinistra, Aurora: Astronomy
- Slughorn, Horace: Potions and Head of Slytherin house (c. 1930 - 1980, 1996-97)
- Snape, Severus: Potions 1980-June 1996, Defence Against the Dark Arts 1996-97, Headmaster 1997-1998 and Head of Slytherin House
- Sprout, Pomona: Herbology and Head of Hufflepuff house
- Trelawney, Sibyll: Divination
- Umbridge, Dolores Jane: Defence Against the Dark Arts (1995-1996)
- Vector, Septima: Arithmancy
- Filch, Argus: caretaker
- Madam Hooch: Flying instructor, Quidditch referee
- Pince, Irma: librarian
- Pomfrey, Poppy: School nurse
- Twycross, Wilkie: Apparition instructor from the Ministry of Magic
- Beery, Herbert: Herbology, volunteered to direct Christmas pantomime based on The Fountain of Fair Fortune (early 20th century)
- Black, Phineas Nigellus: headmaster
- Derwent, Dilys: hadmaster (1741- 1768)
- Dippet, Armando: Headmaster
- Everard: headmaster
- Fortescue, Dexter: headmaster
- Merrythought: Defence Against the Dark Arts
- Ogg: Groundskeeper
- Pringle, Apollyon: caretaker
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The Death Eaters and their associates during the First and Second Wizarding War.
Riddle, Tom Marvolo "Lord Voldemort", also referred to as "You-Know-Who" and "He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named" 31 December, 1926 - 2 May, 1998 Leader and founder of the Death Eaters in the 1970's. Killed in the Battle of Hogwarts after the destruction of his Horcruxes.
Major Death Eaters: Snape, Severus 9 January, 1960 - 1 May, 1998 Snape led to the deaths of Lily and James Potter. He was, however, a double agent for Albus Dumbledore and the Order of the Phoenix. Snape was ultimately killed by Lord Voldemort for the mastery of the Elder Wand, even though he was not the master. Son of Muggle Tobias Snape and witch Eileen Prince.
Lestrange, Bellatrix 1951 - 2 May, 1998 Lestrange, formerly Black, was wife to Rudolphus Lestrange, sister to Narcissa Malfoy and Andromeda Tonks, and daughter to Cygnus Black III and Druella Rosier. Lestrange, the most fanatical and devoted Death Eater, was most well-known for the crime that earned her a life sentence in Azkaban: the use of the Cruciatus Curse on Frank and Alice Longobttom. Lestrange also performed countless murders, including those of her cousin Sirius Black and neice Nymphadora Lupin (formerly Nymphadora Tonks). Lestrange participated in the Battle of the Department of Mysteries, the Battle over Little Whinging, and the Battle of Hogwarts. She was killed at the latter battle by Molly Weasley while fighting alongside her master. Lestrange was honored with the entrustment of Helga Hufflepuff's Cup shortly before Lord Voldemort's first downfall.
Malfoy, Lucius born 1954 The wife of Narcissa Malfoy (formerly Black), father of Draco, grandfather to Scorpius Hyperion, and son of Abraxas. He was described as being very rich and snobby in the books, as well as being an expert in the Imperius Curse. Malfoy claimed to be under this very curse at the end of the First Wizarding War, and his story was believed by the Ministry. Malfoy was entrusted with Tom Riddle's Diary shortly before this point, and used it to reopen the Chamber of Secrets and attempt to discredit Ginny Weasley. This plan failed, however, and Malfoy was removed of the position of School Governer. Malfoy was present at the rebirth of Lord Voldemort and commanded the Death Eaters in the Battle of the Department of Mysteries. He lost favor, however, in the aftermath of these events, and was pardoned for his crimes after his family's lack of participation in the Battle of Hogwarts.
Pettigrew, Peter "Wormtail"
Crouch Jr., Bartemius "Barty"
Black, Regulus Arcturus
Minor Death Eaters:
Associates of the Death Eaters These individuals, while associated with the Death Eaters and their agenda, were never branded with the Dark Mark and were never asked to join their ranks.
Quirrell, Quirinus died 4 June, 1992 Quirrell was partially and willingly possessed by Lord Voldemort from the summer of 1980 - 1982 and attempted to gain the Dark Lord the Phillosopher's Stone on numerous occasions.
Malfoy, Narcissa born 1995 The wife of Death Eater Lucius, mother of Death Eater Draco, and sister to Death Eater Bellatrix, she was never branded with the Dark Mark and, perhaps in foreshadowing, betrayed Lord Voldemort during the Battle of Hogwarts.
Greyback, Fenrir A werewolf and a snatcher who allied himself with the Death Eaters during the Second Wizarding War. Possibly killed by Ron Weasley and Neville Longbottom, or incarcerated in Azkaban Prison for his crimes.
Scabior A member of the gang of Snatchers lead by Fenrir Greyback. Unknown if he was present at the Battle of Hogwarts, but if so, he was likely killed or incarcerated for his crimes.
Ministry of Magic employees
Ministry personnel during the 1980s and 1990s
Bagman, Ludo - Head of the Department of Magical Games and Sports (vanished?) (GF7)
Bones, Amelia - (deceased) Head of Department of Magical Law Enforcement, murdered by Voldemort July 1996 [Y16] (HBP1)
Bode, Broderick - (deceased) "Unspeakable," Department of Mysteries (GF7)
Cresswell, Dirk - Head of Goblin Liaison Office (HBP4)
Croaker - "Unspeakable," Department of Mysteries (GF7)
Crouch, Bartemius - (senior), (deceased) Head of Department of International Magical Cooperation
Dawlish, John - Auror (OP27)
Diggory, Amos - Department for the Regulation and Control of Magical Creatures (GF9)
Edgecombe, Madam - Floo Network Office (OP27)
Fudge, Cornelius - Minister for Magic 1996 - 1996 [Y10 - Y16]
Fudge, Rufus - Nephew of Cornelius Fudge, had recently joined the Improper Use of Magic Office as of February 1999 (DP)
Alastor Gumboil - Magical Law Enforcement Squad, placed a "help wanted" advertisement in the Daily Prophet in February 1999 (DP)
Hopkirk, Mafalda - Improper Use of Magic Office
Jorkins, Bertha - (deceased) Department of Magical Games and Sports (GF5)
Stamford Jorkins - Ministry spokesperson interviewed by the Daily Prophet 1 October 1999 (DP)
Longbottom, Alice - Auror (OP23)
Longbottom, Frank - Auror (GF30, OP23)
Macnair, Walden - Committee for the Disposal of Dangerous Creatures (PA16)
Mockridge, Cuthbert - Goblin Liaison Office (GF7)
Moody, Alastor - "Mad-Eye" (retired) Auror (GF11)
Eric Munch - Watchwizard (OP7)
Arnold Peasegood - Obliviator (GF7)
Perkins - Misuse of Muggle Artifacts Office
Proudfoot - Auror (HBP8)
Mnemone Radford - First Ministry of Magic Obliviator.
Gawain Robards - Head of the Aurors after July of 1996 [Y16] (HBP16)
Savage - Auror (HBP8)
Scamander, Newt - Beast Division, Department for the Regulation and Control of Magical Creatures, retired (FB)
Scrimgeour, Rufus - Head of Auror Office, named Minister for Magic July 1996 [Y16] (HBP1)
Shacklebolt, Kingsley - Auror (OP3)
Tonks, Nymphadora - Auror (OP3)
Umbridge, Dolores Jane - Senior Undersecretary to the Minister for Magic under Fudge
Weasley, Arthur - head, Misuse of Muggle Artifacts Office until June / July 1996 [Y16]
Weasley, Percy - Department of International Magical Cooperation, promoted to Junior Assistant to the Minister for Magic 1995 [Y15]
Wimple, Gilbert - Committee on Experimental Charms (GF7)
Basil - Department of Magical Transportation
Bob - Department for the Regulation and Control of Magical Creatures (?)
Arkie Alderton - Famous broomstick designer
Musidora Barkwith - Witch composer noted for her work, Wizarding Suite
Baruffio - Namesake of "Baruffio's Brain Elixr"
Humphrey Belcher - Wizard who "thought the time was ripe for a cheese cauldron."