Its says here Daily_Prophet_articles#BLACK_STILL_AT_LARGE that "Fudge has been criticized by some members of the International Federation of Warlocks for informing the Muggle Prime Minister of the crisis." What is that Federation? The Unbeholden 17:30, 12 November 2008 (UTC)
- See International Federation of Warlocks. DarkJedi613 (Talk) 14:17, 13 November 2008 (UTC)
- I wrote that article, I made it so it redirects to the International Confederation of Wizards. But I don't really know if I should have done that.... does anyone know anything about the International Federation of Warlocks? —The preceding unsigned comment was added by The Unbeholden (talk • contribs).
I have several problems with this article. Firstly, it does not adhere to this wiki's policy of being in-universe, and second it seems quite cluttered. Couldn't we give each Daily Prophet article its own page, like we do with other minor publications? Parodist 00:27, October 2, 2009 (UTC)
Introduction of the text
I think it's necessary to change the last phrase of the introduction of the text because the Daily Prophet articles that this text has isn't just "from 1991 to 1997". Andre G. Dias (talk) 15:59, January 26, 2014 (Brazil)
Is this Harry Potter interview of this topic that in the film Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire is titled "Teenage Tragedy - Harry Potter and the Triwizard Cup"? If so, should this be added to this text? Andre G. Dias (talk) 08:07, March 13, 2014 (Brazil)
Dates of release
Where is it confirmed the date that some articles were published?
"WANTED FOR QUESTIONING ABOUT THE DEATH OF ALBUS DUMBLEDORE (4 August 1997)
Front-page article accompanied by a huge photograph of Harry Potter, falsely implicating him in the murder of Albus Dumbledore."
"MUGGLE-BORN REGISTER (4 August 1997)
The Ministry of Magic is undertaking a survey of so-called "Muggle-borns" to better understand how they came to possess magical secrets.
Recent research undertaken by the Department of Mysteries reveals that magic can only be passed from person to person when Wizards reproduce. Where no proven Wizarding ancestry exists, therefore, the so-called Muggle-born is likely to have obtained magical power by theft or force.
The Ministry is determined to root out such usurpers of magical power, and to this end has issued an invitation to every so-called Muggle-born to present themselves for interview by the newly appointed Muggle-born Registration Commission."
The dates of these articles are deemed 4 August 1997. Where is the basis for that?
Only changed one of the two Felickaria Tugwoods to Felicitania Tugwood because there is a redirect associated with it and fear if I change both, it would be harder for someone else to get rid of the redirect. All the other ones in the other pages have been changed over already. (Vaudree (talk) 22:33, March 21, 2016 (UTC))