I thought that one never uses an "s", just an apostrophe, when making a name that ends in "s". I swear I put that reason in the summary box when I changed it back but it didn't save. -Shorty1982 20:20, August 31, 2011 (UTC)
- Just did some Googling and it looks like both are technically correct. -Shorty1982 20:24, August 31, 2011 (UTC)
- It has been conventioned around the wiki that an apostrophe alone is only to be used to form the possessive case of plural nouns ending in "s" (i.e. "Potters' cat"). The possessive case of singular nouns (including those ending in "s") is formed by adding "apostrophe + s" (i.e. "Roger Davies's girlfriend"). -- 20:34, August 31, 2011 (UTC)
Would it be wrong to write on the page that Tonks' wand looks as if it were based on some sort of feather (at least, that's the vibe I got given its shape and stripes), or that its handle may be based on certains types of carnivorous pitcher plants?
- I just came here to mention that her wand bears a suspicious resemblance to the pitcher of a Sarracenia plant.