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[[File:Powdered Moonstone.jpg|right|thumb|A jar with powdered moonstone.]]
 
[[File:Powdered Moonstone.jpg|right|thumb|A jar with powdered moonstone.]]
'''Moonstone''' is a gemstone of medium value. Moonstones are a milky colour and shine very brightly, almost as though they are a source of their own light. They are a useful [[potion]] ingredient; powdered moonstones are used as an ingredient for the [[Draught of Peace]] <ref name="OP12">''[[Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix]]'' - Chapter 12 (''Professor Umbridge'')</ref> and in several [[Love Potion]]s. <ref name="HBP/g website">See [http://www.harrypotter.ea.com/#/Potions/157 this] on the ''[[Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (video game)]]'' [http://www.harrypotter.ea.com/ Official Website].</ref> Powdered Moonstone is also an ingredient in in [[Potion No. 86]] which is likely an experimental potion. In [[1995]], [[Severus Snape]] forced [[Harry Potter]] to write twelve inches of parchment on the properties of Moonstone and its usage in [[potion|potion-making]]. <ref name="OP12"/> Moonstones were also known to be among the gems set into [[Muriel's tiara]].<ref>''[[Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows]]'' - Chapter 25 (''Shell Cottage'')</ref>
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'''Moonstone''' (also known as the '''wishing stone'''<ref name="OPg">''[[Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (video game)]]'' - PS2 version</ref>) is a gemstone of medium value. Moonstones are a milky colour and shine very brightly, almost as though they are a source of their own light. They are a useful [[potion]] ingredient; powdered moonstones are used as an ingredient for the [[Draught of Peace]] <ref name="OP12">''[[Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix]]'' - Chapter 12 (''Professor Umbridge'')</ref> and in several [[Love Potion]]s. <ref name="HBP/g website">See [http://www.harrypotter.ea.com/#/Potions/157 this] on the ''[[Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (video game)]]'' [http://www.harrypotter.ea.com/ Official Website].</ref> Powdered Moonstone is also an ingredient in in [[Potion No. 86]] which is likely an experimental potion. In [[1995]], [[Severus Snape]] forced [[Harry Potter]] to write twelve inches of parchment on the properties of Moonstone and its usage in [[potion|potion-making]].<ref name="OP12"/> Moonstones were also known to be among the gems set into [[Muriel's tiara]].<ref>''[[Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows]]'' - Chapter 25 (''Shell Cottage'')</ref>
   
 
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Powdered Moonstone

A jar with powdered moonstone.

Moonstone (also known as the wishing stone[1]) is a gemstone of medium value. Moonstones are a milky colour and shine very brightly, almost as though they are a source of their own light. They are a useful potion ingredient; powdered moonstones are used as an ingredient for the Draught of Peace [2] and in several Love Potions[3] Powdered Moonstone is also an ingredient in in Potion No. 86 which is likely an experimental potion. In 1995, Severus Snape forced Harry Potter to write twelve inches of parchment on the properties of Moonstone and its usage in potion-making.[2] Moonstones were also known to be among the gems set into Muriel's tiara.[4]

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