As far as Remus and Hagrd are concerned with their wand status, at the time that Remus went to Hogwarts, his werewolf status was kept quiet, also as he is technically human more then he is in werewolf form, that could be an exception to the law, also, in 1995 when Hagrid's status gets out, it sounds apparent that very few people actually knew that he was half-giant, and by that time his wand was supposed to have been destroyed when he was a kid because of the whole chamber of secrets thing. --BachLynn23 14:41, September 9, 2010 (UTC)

I find it difficult to credit that an entire "bloody and vicious revolution" took place in a since village. Surely someone means that Hogsmeade is where it began. Jiskran 08:27, June 25, 2012 (UTC)

What does prevent Goblins from learning to craft their own wands? Even a Muggle like Jame Steward could learn to do it... Even if the Ministry of Magic tried to stop them, they could still do it in secret, and they are smart, resourceful and magic-savvy enough to avoid detection... Also there probably are Wizards unscrupulous enough to buy wands and sell those to Goblins... how do the Ministry of Magic prevents that?Galeah (talk) 20:08, November 24, 2016 (UTC)