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Ministry of Magic, United Kingdom

Ministry of Magic, United Kingdom

The Daily Prophet

Issue 433


Special points of interest:

·     Interview with “Panting Uncle” singers on Band Breakup

·     Minister declares “tortoise” his favorite animal; receives 23 of these pets from different fans

·     The New Fashions of Wizarding World!





A new type of child entertainment might just be zooming uphill, writes Ministry reporter Jacqueline Toyd. Toy manufacturing company Young Magicians have won several awards for their brilliant new game, Muggled. Boys and girls can create millions of characters that are Muggles, going through Muggle life. These men, women, and children as well as Muggle pets, such as dogs, can become movie stars, teachers, or even discoverers of ancient and hidden lands. Minnie Lander, whose son Timothy loves the game, has commented: “I decided to see why he liked it so much one day and started playing...soon, I had created an undercover Muggle spy who spent daylight hours running the local bar. Timmy loves it, I love it, and no matter who you are should enjoy living your life through Muggle eyes.”

Inside this issue:


Melinda Choker, Singer Extraordinaire!

      Page 1D, Entertainment


Fashion Statements for the Teenage Witch

     Page 2C, Style


Want to look like a Muggle? Here’s how!

     Page 2C, Style


The Latest on the Quidditch Frontier

    Page 1E, Sports


An Inside Look at the Ballycastle Bats

    Page 2E, Sports


Last National Ministry Meeting Thursday

    Page 1B, Nation







Despite the obvious joys of playing, buying and prices are another matter. It takes about seventy galleons to buy the advanced workings of this game. Young Magicians has created a world anyone can step into from a box. This box is heavy, carrying thousands of different places a Muggle could go. As the Young Magicians spokesperson said, “It’s complicated and does cost a large amount. But from this, not only do children learn about Muggles, as is taught at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry (therefore advancing their level of comprehension), the young magical children also have fun. And to us, that’s all that matters; the kiddies having fun.”



Winner of Triwizard Tournament


The Triwizard tournament, being held at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, has finished, reports Ministry official J. L. Ruben. Of four contestants, defying the original rule of three, Harry Potter was the winner. The boy who defeated He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named in 1981 has been awarded a 1,000 galleon award. Albus Dumbledore, headmaster of Hogwarts School, and winner Harry Potter were unable for comment. Minister of Magic Cornelius Fudge wishes young Harry Potter “warm congratulations”. Good work, Mister Potter.



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