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The powerful Oak tree was prized by the ancient Magical communities in Briton (old England). A wand for good times and bad, this is a friend as loyal as the witch or wizard who deserves it. Wands of English oak demand partners of strength, courage and fidelity. Less well-known is the propensity for owners of English oak wands to have powerful intuition, and, often, an affinity with the magic of the natural world, with the creatures and plants that are necessary to wizardkind for both magic and pleasure. The Oak tree is called King of the Forest from the winter solstice up until the summer solstice, and its wood should only be collected during that time. One of the greatest Slytherins in history, Merlin the Enchanter, was said to own a wand made of English oak (though this cannot be proven, as his grave has never been discovered).

White Oak

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