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Top Ten Harry Potter Wands

Sirius Black​
Sirius Black​

Sirius Black's wand was of an unknown wood, length, and core material. Sirius was able to perform powerful magic with this wand, such as casting nonverbal spells. He also wielded this wand during the Battle of the Department of Mysteries in 1996.

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Lucius Malfoy​
Lucius Malfoy​

Lucius Malfoy's wand cracking due to the power of Harry's wand during the Battle of the Seven Potters The wand was taken from him by Lord Voldemort in 1997 since the Dark Lord wanted to prevent Priori Incantatem from occurring between his own wand and Harry Potter's wand.

Hermione ​Granger​
Hermione ​Granger​

Hermione Granger's wand was 10¾" long, made of vine wood, and possessed a dragon heartstring core. The wand was manufactured by Garrick Ollivander sometime before Hermione's education at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.

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Luna ​Lovegood​
Luna ​Lovegood​

Luna Lovegood (Harry Potter character) ... What is Luna Lovegood's wand core, wood, and length? Update Cancel. Answer Wiki. ... and wood of a wand in the Harry Potter ...

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Professor ​Albus Dumbledore​
Professor ​Albus Dumbledore​

Harry Potter speaking with Albus Dumbledore in Limbo. After he had finished his talk, Dumbledore and Harry parted ways: Harry returned to the mortal world and Dumbledore boarded a train to leave the limbo state.

Viktor Krum​
Viktor Krum​

Viktor Krum's wand was 10¼" long, made of hornbeam wood, and had a dragon heartstring core. It was one of the last wands sold by famed wandmaker Gregorovitch. Garrick Ollivander described the wand as being thicker than normal and "quite rigid".

Draco Malfoy​
Draco Malfoy​

Harry disarms Draco and wins his wand. In the aftermath of the Escape from Malfoy Manor, Harry had the wand examined by Garrick Ollivander, who concluded that the wand's allegiance had changed to him.

Bellatrix ​Lestrange​
Bellatrix ​Lestrange​

In the video game adaptation (Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 (video game)) of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2, Bellatrix still has possession of her first wand as she is seen quarrelling in the Great Hall with it just moments from her demise.

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Professor ​Minerva McGonagall​
Professor ​Minerva McGonagall​

Minerva McGonagall's wand was 9 1/2" long, made of fir, and had a dragon heartstring core.The wand is well suited to Transfiguration, proven by its owner, who was a teacher of the subject and an animagus.

Professor ​Horace Slughorn​
Professor ​Horace Slughorn​

Slughorn used this wand to duel alongside Minerva McGonagall and Kingsley Shacklebolt during the Battle of Hogwarts as they fought Lord Voldemort. Behind the scenes. In the movies, Slughorn's wand is unusually thick. It is also very ornate, resembling Horace's liking for luxury. The wand's handle displays a pair of tentacle-like protrusions, not unlike those of a slug.

Kingsley ​Shacklebolt​
Kingsley ​Shacklebolt​

The wand of Kingsley Shacklebolt is of an unknown length, wood, and core. It can be assumed that the wand was manufactured by Garrick Ollivander. Like most wizards in Great Britain he most likely purchased he wand at age eleven before starting his education at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and...

Alastor Moody​
Alastor Moody​

The wand of Alastor Moody is of unknown length, wood, and core. Like most wizards and witches in Great Britain, it is likely he purchased it at Ollivanders at the age of eleven before beginning his education at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.

Fleur ​Delacour​
Fleur ​Delacour​

When wand was weighed by Mr Ollivander during the Triwizard Tournament, in which Fleur was Beauxbatons... Fleur Delacour's wand was 9½" long, made of rosewood, and possessed a Veela hair core. It was described as "inflexible" by Garrick Ollivander.

Remus Lupin​
Remus Lupin​

Remus Lupin's wand was 10¼" long, made of cypress, and contained a unicorn hair core. The wand was manufactured by Garrick Ollivander and was described by him as being "pliable".

Ginny ​Weasley​
Ginny ​Weasley​

Ginny Weasley's wand is made of yew wood with an unknown length and core materials. The wand was manufactured by Garrick Ollivander, sometime before Ginny began her education at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.

James Potter​
James Potter​

James Potter's wand was 11" long, made of mahogany, and possessed an unknown core. The wand was described as "pliable" and as "excellent for Transfiguration". The wand was manufactored by Garrick Ollivander.

Dolores ​Umbridge​
Dolores ​Umbridge​

Dolores Umbridge holding her wand. In the film adaptation of Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, Umbridge's wand is a crimson colour with a pink gem placed in the centre. It, too, is shorter than the other wands shown.

Fred and ​George Weasley​
Fred and ​George Weasley​

Fred and George Weasley's wands can refer to: Fred Weasley's wand, George Weasley's wand, Trick Wand

Peter ​Pettigrew​
Peter ​Pettigrew​

Peter Pettigrew's wand was 9¼" long, made of chestnut wood, and had a dragon heartstring core. The wand was constructed by Garrick Ollivander shortly after his abduction in 1996; the wandmaker later described the wand as "brittle".

Rufus ​Scrimgeour​
Rufus ​Scrimgeour​

Appearances Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows (First appearance), LEGO Harry Potter: Years 5-7 The wand of Rufus Scrimgeour was of unknown length, wood, and core materials. He possibly purchased it at Ollivanders at age eleven.

Gregorovitch​
Gregorovitch​

Gregorovitch's wand, before his acquiring and after his loss of the Elder Wand. Actor Rade Šerbedžija portrays Gregorovitch in the Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows film adaptations. The book states that Gregorovitch has a big, bushy beard. However, photos of him for the film show him with a regular, short beard.

Alecto Carrow​
Alecto Carrow​

Alecto Carrow's Wand identified as by the Nobel Collection. She likely purchased it at eleven years old. It was likely either kept in storage or destroyed when she went to Azkaban. It is very likely she used it in the Second Wizarding War.

Bill Weasley​
Bill Weasley​

The wand of Bill Weasley is of unknown length, wood, and core materials. Like most wizards and witches in Great Britain, he likely purchased it at the age of eleven at Ollivanders before beginning his education at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.

Mundungus ​Fletcher​
Mundungus ​Fletcher​

Mundungus Fletcher was played by Andy Linden in the film adaptation of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. Daniel Radcliffe, of course, played Mundungus during the "Seven Potters" scene. On the DVD, Andy pointed out that he was amazed by how well Dan pretended to be him.

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