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'''Romilda Goshawk''' (fl. [[1920s|1921]]) was one of [[Miranda Goshawk]]'s eight older sisters.<ref name="WBoS">''[[Wonderbook: Book of Spells]]'' (see [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2n5prI9L6G8 this video])</ref>
 
'''Romilda Goshawk''' (fl. [[1920s|1921]]) was one of [[Miranda Goshawk]]'s eight older sisters.<ref name="WBoS">''[[Wonderbook: Book of Spells]]'' (see [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2n5prI9L6G8 this video])</ref>
   
She, along with her sisters, used to attempt to give [[Miranda Goshawk|their youngest sister]] the wrong incantation for every spell she attempted to cast, thus hindering her learning of magic which she found complex enough as it was, given that the instructions that she found in the old-fashioned textbooks she was given during her school years were needlessly complicated. As a result, when she grew up, Miranda became quite an accomplished spellbook writer, wishing to make teaching and learning about spells an easier feat.<ref name="WBoS"/>
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==Biography==
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===Early life===
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Romilda grew up in a [[Goshawk family|wizarding family]] with eight sisters, including [[Diadema Goshawk|Diadema]], [[Tangwystl Goshawk|Tangwystl]], and the youngest, [[Miranda Goshawk|Miranda]].<ref name="WBoS"/>
   
When she wrote ''[[Book of Spells]]'', Miranda had a few "special editions" (actually editions with misprints) sent to her sisters, and as a result, Romilda was left with a tail that eventually vanished.<ref name="WBoS"/>
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Along with the other eight oldest sisters, Romilda used to try to give Miranda the wrong [[incantation]] for every [[spell]] she attempted to cast, thus hindering her learning of [[magic]]. Miranda found learning spells complex enough as it was, given that the instructions that she found in the old-fashioned textbooks she was given during her school years were needlessly complicated.<ref name="WBoS"/>
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Miranda kept Romilda out of her room when she wanted some peace by casting the [[Bat-Bogey Hex]] on her.<ref name="WBoS"/>
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===Later life===
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As a result of the difficulty she experienced learning spells as a child, when she grew up, Miranda became quite an accomplished spellbook author, wishing to make teaching and learning about spells an easier task. When she released ''[[Book of Spells]]'', Miranda had a few "special editions" (actually editions containing deliberate misprints) sent to her sisters, and as a result, Romilda was left with a tail that eventually vanished.<ref name="WBoS"/>
   
 
==Appearances==
 
==Appearances==

Revision as of 09:55, November 16, 2012

RomildaGoshawk
Romilda Goshawk
Biographical information
Born

1921 or earlier

Physical information
Species

Human

Gender

Female

Family information
Family members
Affiliation
Loyalty

Goshawk family

"I also had a few special editions printed for my dear sisters, which unfortunately contained a few misprints that led to quite a few comical mishaps! But Romilda's tail has vanished now, and we're all friends again."
Miranda Goshawk, Book of Spells (Foreword)[src]

Romilda Goshawk (fl. 1921) was one of Miranda Goshawk's eight older sisters.[1]

Biography

Early life

Romilda grew up in a wizarding family with eight sisters, including Diadema, Tangwystl, and the youngest, Miranda.[1]

Along with the other eight oldest sisters, Romilda used to try to give Miranda the wrong incantation for every spell she attempted to cast, thus hindering her learning of magic. Miranda found learning spells complex enough as it was, given that the instructions that she found in the old-fashioned textbooks she was given during her school years were needlessly complicated.[1]

Miranda kept Romilda out of her room when she wanted some peace by casting the Bat-Bogey Hex on her.[1]

Later life

As a result of the difficulty she experienced learning spells as a child, when she grew up, Miranda became quite an accomplished spellbook author, wishing to make teaching and learning about spells an easier task. When she released Book of Spells, Miranda had a few "special editions" (actually editions containing deliberate misprints) sent to her sisters, and as a result, Romilda was left with a tail that eventually vanished.[1]

Appearances

Notes and references

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