Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them
Below, is a list of all characters mentioned
in J.K. Rowling's School Book: Fantastic Beasts
and Where to Find Them.
Bathilda Bagshot - Author of A History of Magic.
Blenheim Stalk - Author of Muggles Who Notice, 1972.
Brother Benedict - A Franciscan monk from Worcestershire.
Brother Boniface - Shared some of his Turnip Wine with Brother Benedict.
Burdock Muldoon - Was Chief of the Wizards' Council (this system preceded the Ministry of Magic) in the fourteenth century. He said that any member of the magical community that walked on two legs would henceforth be granted the status of "being" and all others would be classified as "beasts."
Dodgy Dirk - A Muggle who believed that a "dirty great flying lizard" punctured his lilo during the Ilracombe Incident of 1932.
Dugald - Chief of the clan McClivert.
Flavius Belby - Wrote about his fortunate escape from a Lethifold in 1782 while holidaying in Papua New Guinea.
Grogan Stump - Minister of Magic in 1811. He decreed that a "being" was "any creature that has sufficient intelligence to understand the laws of the magical community and to bear part of the responsibility in shaping those laws". Stump was also responsible for creating the three divisions of the Department for the Regulations and Control of Magical Creatures in the Ministry of Magic: the Beast Division, the Being Division, and then Spirit Division.
Gulliver Pokeby - Author of See Why I Didn't Die When the Augurey Cried, 1824.
Herpo the Foul - A Greek Dark wizard and Parselmouth who bred the first recorded Basilisk.
Hoppy - One of Newt and Porpentina Scamander's pet Kneazles.
Janus Thickey - Pretended to be killed by a Lethifold. He was later discovered living five miles away from his wife and children with the landlady of the Green Dragon.
Madame Elfrida Clagg - Was the Chief of the Wizards Council after Burdock Muldoon. She defined "beings" as anyone who could speak the human tongue.
Mauler - One of Newt and Porpentina Scamander's pet Kneazles.
McBoons Family - One of the two families who populated the Isle of Drear.
McCliverts Family - One of the two families who populated the Isle of Drear.
Milly - One of Newt and Porpentina Scamander's pet Kneazles.
Mr. Augustus Worme - In association with the wizard publishing company Obscurus Books.
Newt Artemis Fido Scamander - Born in 1897, his interest in fabulous beasts was encouraged by his mother, who as an enthusiastic breeder of fancy Hippogriffs. He was a student at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry and served in the Office for House-Elf Relocation for two years. After that he was transferred to the Beast Division in the Ministry of Magic. He was awarded the Order of Merlin, Second Class, in 1979 in recognition of his services to the study of magical beasts, Magizoology. His most well known book is Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them which is in it's 52nd edition. He is now retired and lives in Dorset with his wife Porpentina and their pet Kneazles: Hoppy, Milly, and Kauler.
Porpentina - Newt Scamander's wife.
Professor Mordicus Egg - Author of The Philosophy of the Mundane: Why the Muggles Prefer Not to Know, 1963.
Quintius - Head of the clan MacBoon. He killed Dugald in a duel.
Rodolphus Pittiman - Uric the Oddball's biographer.
Uric the Oddball - "Known to have slept in a room containing no fewer than fifty pet Augureys. During one particularly wet winter, Uric became convinced by the moaning of his Augureys that he had died and was now a ghost. His subsequent attempts to walk through the walls of his house resulted in what his biographer Radolphus Pittiman describes as a "concussion of ten days' duration."
Wilhelm Wigworthy - Author of Home Life and Social Habits of British Muggles, 1987.
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