This page is for characters who do not physically appear in the books, play or Fantastic Beasts films, but have been mentioned in other canonical works, such as Pottermore, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (go here for characters from the film), Quidditch Through the Ages, The Tales of Beedle the Bard, J.K. Rowling's Official Site or from Word of God herself. Be warned: there are lots of spoilers.
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Hodrod the Horny-HandedA goblin who participated in the Chipping Clodbury Riot of 1999.
- Incredible Shrinking Man: Hodrod was arrested by the Ministry for shrinking three wizards and then attempting to crush them underfoot.
- Karma Houdini: While initially jailed, he was released from prison after a deal between the Brotherhood of Goblins and the Department for the Regulation and Control of Magical Creatures.
Screaming Bogey of StrathtullyA Boggart that terrorized Muggles in the Scottish town of Strathtully.
- The Red Baron: Is so far the only Boggart in the Potterverse to have a nickname, but he seems to have deserved it, seeing as he had the power to get the bravest of Scots to change their pants.
- Sealed Evil in a Can: Was eventually trapped in a matchbox by Lyall Lupin.
- Shapeshifter Default Form: Unlike other Boggarts, the Bogey seemed to have settled on a huge, black shadow with glowing white eyes after a while.
Ug the UnreliableA notorious goblin con artist.
- Canon Immigrant: Was only seen on a Famous Wizard Card in the non-canon video games prior to being mentioned on J. K. Rowling's official site.
- Con Artist: One of the most notable in magical history.
- Gold Fever: Ug's attempt to peddle leprechaun gold ended up being his undoing.
- Refuge in Audacity: His most famous con was organizing the Demiguise Derby (remember, Demiguises are ape-like creatures that are invisible to anyone who's not specifically trained to deal with them) and somehow managed to get away with a ton of gold.
- Villain with Good Publicity: His imprisonment inspired one of the 18th-century goblin riots.
William the PukwudgieA Pukwudgie who befriended Isolt Sayre, the founder of Ilvermorny after she saved his life from a Hidebehind.
- Defrosting Ice King: It's widely believed that because of James, Isolt's husband, telling William after the Pukwudgie had saved his whole family that he was glad that he had named one of the houses of Ilvermorny Pukwudgie after William, William's heart had softened as he decided to move his Pukwudgie family to live in Ilvermorny and become the school's private security/maintenance service.
- I Owe You My Life: He becomes indebted to Isolt after she saves his life from a Hidebehind
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: He's reluctant to help out humans but is fond of Isolt and even comes to her rescue.
- One Steve Limit: Averted. Isolt gives him her father's name of William when he refused to give her his real name. It actually becomes a plot point during Gormlaith's attack. Thinking all to be lost, Isolt cried out, hardly knowing what she was saying, for her father for help. The Pukwudgie instead came to Isolt and her family's rescue believing that Isolt had called for him.
- Only Known by Their Nickname: William is not his real name. However, Isolt calls him this because he refuses to give his true name as part of Pukwudgie tradition
- Tsundere: Even though he and his fellow Pukwudgies claim to despise their jobs at Ilvermorny, they willingly come back every school year without being asked. William even visits Isolt's grave every year and yet vehemently denies being the same William that befriended her.
- Undying Loyalty: To Isolt Sayre