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Ali Alcove

Ali Alcove

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PostSubject: Year 5, Lesson 4   11/11/2012, 8:22 pm

Ali was sitting at her desk in the front of the room. On the board was the day’s lesson. Once students would come in she will go more in-depth—if they have questions that is.

Witches and wizards can identify their own wands very easily, so easily that it seems to be done by a sense other than sight. This is due most likely to the magical bond between wizards and the object.

They can also easily match up another witch/wizard and her/his wand. Again, is this done by some kind of magical sense that connects a person to her/his wand. Every wand is unique and uniquely matched to the witch/wizard, and although you can use someone else's wand, it won't work as well. How could someone use a hand-me-down wand, then? Someone uses someone else's wand and the results aren't powerful enough to do what she/he needs to do because no true magical connection is formed.

Wands are fragile and therefore quite easy to break; however when a wand is deliberately snapped to deprive a wizard of his power (unlike the intent-less violence that accidently breaks the wand), (has not been proven, but merely suggested) might take powerful magic. If not, it's pretty scary, since in a duel one could easily render one's opponent helpless by breaking his/her wand.

HW: Why do you think wands are so important in our magical world? Do you agree or disagree with any of these theoretical points made throughout the ages? Why or why not?

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