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Due to phoenixes being very difficult to tame and are one of the most detached creatures in the world, the wands with such feathers are the pickiest of owners.

The wands containing this core sometimes act on their own accord, due to having the most initiative of all core types.

Their scarlet body feathers glow faintly in darkness, while their golden tail feathers are hot to the touch.

It is unknown if they are actually capable of burning someone as neither Harry Potter— when Fawkes carried him from the Chamber of Secrets — nor Albus Dumbledore — when he escaped the Ministry officials with Fawkes's help — were burned by his tail feather, however it is possible that Fawkes can control the temperature of his tail feathers and chose not to burn them.

The most startling of the phoenix's abilities is its ability to regenerate itself.

It periodically bursts into flames when its body becomes old, and rises from the ashes as a newborn chick.

Their tears are also able to bring a person back even from the brink of death, while the phoenix song will increase the courage of the good and strike fear into the hearts of the evil.

Phoenixes are very difficult to domesticate, as Newton Scamander says in his book Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them: "The phoenix gains an XXXX rating not because it is aggressive, but because very few wizards have ever succeeded in domesticating it." Fawkes was a phoenix who was owned by Albus Dumbledore.

The phoenix is a large swan-sized scarlet bird with red and gold plumage, along with a golden beak and talons, black eyes, and a tail as long as a peacock's.

Its scarlet feathers glow faintly in darkness, while its golden tail feathers are hot to the touch.

Phoenixes will usually nest on mountain peaks and are gentle herbivores that are not known for fighting.

” “Around four and a half years” I had a few conversations along these lines in Dahab.

It made me chuckle, but reminded me that after clocking up eight thousand kilometres I’m still only one tenth of my way around the world.

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