Wednesday, 18 April 2012

My wand in PM.

So, in Chapter 5 of the first book, Harry Potter went shopping with Hagrid to the Diagon Alley and obtained the wand that chose him inside Ollivander's shop.

J.K. Rowling and her associates decided, thankfully, to emphasize the experience of wand-choosing-wizard. So, in Pottermore, in the fifth Chapter you can also take a special quiz, made only for that reason. After you give your answers your wand has been chosen.

But, beware, you can do this procedure only once so answer truthfully if you want to acquire a wand that truly suits you as a person and wizard/witch.

My, UnicornHowl10952's wand is this.

Length: 12 1/2 in

Wood: Aspen
Core: Dragon
Flexibility: Unbending


Wand-quality aspen wood is white and fine-grained, and highly prized by all wand-makers for its stylish resemblance to ivory and its usually outstanding charmwork. The proper owner of the aspen wand is often an accomplished duellist, or destined to be so, for the aspen wand is one of those particularly suited to martial magic. An infamous and secretive eighteenth-century duelling club, which called itself The Silver Spears, was reputed to admit only those who owned aspen wands. In my experience, aspen wand owners are generally strong-minded and determined, more likely than most to be attracted by quests and new orders; this is a wand for revolutionaries.


As a rule, dragon heartstrings produce wands with the most power, and which are capable of the most flamboyant spells. Dragon wands tend to learn more quickly than other types. While they can change allegiance if won from their original master, they always bond strongly with the current owner.
The dragon wand tends to be easiest to turn to the Dark Arts, though it will not incline that way of its own accord. It is also the most prone of the three cores to accidents, being somewhat temperamental.


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