Why Snape wand was called a hogwarts potion professor

Snape’s wand is now officially called a Hogwart’s potion professor.

The University of California at Berkeley is calling the wand a “professor wand,” but that’s not the most accurate name for it, said professor Nick Kline.

The term Hogwart is derived from the German word “Grundwerk,” meaning professor, according to a statement from the university.

Kline, who teaches potions at the university, is a longtime fan of the Potter books and said he was curious to find out more about the wand.

“I’ve read all of the books and I love the character and the books,” Kline said.

“I really want to know what the name is, I’m looking for more details.”

Potter books are written by author J.K. Rowling and include a wide range of settings, from Hogwarts to the fictional world of the Harry Potter series.

Rowling created a wizarding world in which witches and wizards can be found all over the world, and her books have been translated into more than 100 languages.

The wand has a “wand, wand, wand” logo on it.

Potter’s signature wand has been named the “profession wand” since the 1990s.

The university has not said when the wand was first called a professor wand.

Klin says it’s “a pretty awesome name,” and it’s probably the first time a wand has had the name Professor Snape.

He said he’s seen people ask him about the name in the library.

“It’s funny because I get asked this all the time and people always tell me, ‘Professor Snape, you’re so smart, you must be a wizard,'” he said.

“But then people will ask, ‘Why are you called Professor Snape?’

And I’m like, ‘Well, I was a wizard, I know a lot of things about the world.'”

The wand is not officially sold in the university’s library, but Kline has seen people in the halls of the school use it.

He says he hopes people will continue to use the wand for fun and for the education of others.

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