Black Walnut enjoys challenges and trying new things, and is a wood for those of high intelligence and drive. If left to do menial or basic magic for too long, it may misbehave or even crack.
This wood is rather subtle and resistant to colorful or boistrous magics. A Redheart wand prefers to accomplish goals through quiet mastery over theatrics.
A very steadfast and reliable wood, Olive wands are profound in the Divination arts. They are often drawn to witches or wizards on a path of enlightenment and discovery.
This emotional and colorful wand often has a flair for the dramatic. It is notably loud with fire magic, and pairs best with a master of equally high passion and Temperament.
Laurel is a notably honorable wand, and is rarely found in the hand of a dark wizard. Ambitious and forward, Laurel enjoys masters of great gusto and enterprise.
Redwood is often deemed the “lucky” wand wood, though it must be noted that the wood does not make the master lucky, rather it is drawn to those who are particularly fortuitious in their actions and relations.
A rare and precious wood, Aripin shares some of the musical inclinations of it’s cousin, Brazilwood, though it is also a fine wood for all varieties detailed and precise magic.
Leopardwood often finds itself in the hands of masters who have magnetic personalities. It has a natural knack for charms, and is happiest when paired with a witch or wizard who is particularly charismatic, and good with relationships.
Osage Orange is a curious wood of a generally defensive nature, drawn to those who let their emotions fly easily. An outburst of strong emotion can produce unusally powerful effects when channeled through this wood.
This wood is loyal and steadfast, and enjoys it’s relationship with it’s master. It also has an affinity for the natural magics, such as Herbology.
Marblewood is a proud and powerful wand wood. It will not perform for any witch or wizard, holding it’s master to a high standard of natural talent, as well as intelligence.
Padauk is an emotional, reactive wood. It is easily influenced by it’s master’s feelings, and echoes said feelings in the color and flamboyance of it’s magic.
Similar to Black Walnut, Walnut is a highly intelligent wand wood. The main difference is in it’s almost purely academic nature, It is easy for it to change hands, so long as the master is of intellectual quality.
A rather unusual choice by wandmakers, Avocado is a very practical and useful choice. While generally not the most powerful wood, it is capable of skill in a wide variety of magic, and can adapt very quickly.
Bocote is a flexible wood, far more open and interested in change than other similarly heavy woods. It is capable of a wide range of magic, and produces rather elegant and refined magic in the hands of an appropriate master.
Resistant to change in ownership, Shedua often finds itself in the hands of those who are rather artistic. It has been known to produce brilliant magic in the realm of music.
Mahogany requires, and often begets, great leadership. To a witch or wizard with a strong, often extroverted personality, this wood will do great deeds.
Pecan is a quite reliable wand wood, as well as very honest and trusting. It has often been used as a legacy wand, and may be handed down within a family line, performing as well for it’s original master as one many generations down.
Black and White Ebony
Independent, curious, and dramatic, Black and White Ebony is found in the hands of dark and light witches and wizards. It is happiest in the hands of a master who exhibits great courage and dedication.
An adventurous wood, Maple associates with witches and wizards who enjoy travel and exploration, and has been coveted as a wand of high status and achievement.
Holly is a particularly rare wood, choosing witches and wizards who are on a dangerous or spiritual journey. Holly is protective, ambitious, and tenacious, and does not like to change hands.
A rare wand wood, Wenge revels in the dance of combat. For this reason, it is usually found in the hands of Aurors and other active duelists, and has been noted to be quite intuitive and clever in battle.
Despite it’s attractive appearance, Purpleheart is quite strong, and particularly stubborn. It is opposed to change, and will often backfire in the hands of anyone but it’s chosen master.
Cherry, while a seemingly innocent and light wood, is deceptively powerful. In the hands of a master of great discipline and conviction, there is little that can stand before a Cherry wand.
A strong and durable wood, Lignum Vitae is often associated with those who are of a protective nature. Additionally, it can often be found in the possession of witches or wizards of particularly lasting legacies.