Harry Potter: Wizards Unite events continue with another full month in July. Two more Brilliant Events, another Community Day, and another Wizarding Weekend.
Also, BABY BEASTS! :insert heart eyes:
Watch my video for an overview of Wizards Unite events in July, or keep reading!
Brilliant Event: Baby Beasts (Week 1) June 30 to July 7, 2020
|When||June 30, 11am PT to July 7, 11am PT|
|Features||Help return adorable Brilliant baby magical beasts including Baby Nifflers and Baby Norwegian Ridgeback Dragons.|
Full guide to the Brilliant Event: Baby Beasts.
July Community Day: Play at Home Edition
|When||ALL DAY Saturday, July 11, 12:01am – 11:59pm, local time|
|Features||Shine a light on the collection of dark curios and creatures found in Knockturn Alley including Thestrals, Swooping Evils and more.|
Brilliant Event: Baby Beasts (Week 2) July 14-21, 2020
|When||July 14, 11am PT to July 21, 11am PT|
|Features||Continue to help return adorable Brilliant baby magical beasts including Baby Unicorns and Baby Hippogriffs.|
Wizarding Weekend: July 24-27
|When||July 24, 11am PT to July 27, 11am PT|
|Features||Spend a weekend recounting noteworthy Hogwarts heroes where you can encounter Legends of Hogwarts Foundables such as Young Remus Lupin and Albus Dumbledore himself.|
Wizarding Weekend is the new “branding” for the Wizards Unite weekend event that ends out every month. This is a 72-hour event. Full guide to the July Wizarding Weekend found here!
What are your thoughts on the upcoming events? Are you excited to see Baby Beasts? Are you hoping for new Foundables to be added to the Registry?
Personally, I’m excited to see Dumbledore! I definitely need more of him for my Registry.
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