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{{Quote|Uric the Oddball is 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."|[[Newton Scamander]], ''[[Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them]]''.|Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (real)}}
 
{{Quote|Uric the Oddball is 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."|[[Newton Scamander]], ''[[Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them]]''.|Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (real)}}
'''Radolphus Pittiman''' was a [[wizardkind|wizard]] who, at some point, authored [[Biography of Uric the Oddball|a biography]] on [[Uric the Oddball]].
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'''Radolphus Pittiman''' was a [[wizardkind|wizard]] who, at some point, wrote a [[Biography of Uric the Oddball|biography]] on [[Uric the Oddball]].
   
 
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==Appearances==

Latest revision as of 15:13, August 28, 2012

Radolphus Pittiman
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"Uric the Oddball is 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.""
Newton Scamander, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.[src]

Radolphus Pittiman was a wizard who, at some point, wrote a biography on Uric the Oddball.

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