Pine, dragon heartstring core, eleven and three quarter inches, unyielding. I felt it only fair that I add my own wand to the list of analyses. I warn against self divination, but these wand readings are purely based on factual wandlore, opinion, and observations. Let’s jump into the wand reading for the sake of dueling, wooing, and other tips!
Pine, as previously discussed, is fond of creativity. It is exceptionally sensitive to nonverbal magic and belongs to mysterious and independent sorts. It’s no secret I can be what might be considered a loner, and my independence can get me into trouble with friends and in other relationships. My wand indeed does not protest to being pushed to try new things. I experiment with encouraging results.
As for the core, dragon heartstring is powerful, flamboyant, and learns quickly. Paired with pine, I’ve a wand that loves to learn and try anything I challenge it with. This mirrors its owner quite uncannily. It can be accident-prone, though. Speedy adjustment does not mean instant success and temperamental situations can result in unfortunate effects. This core is also just as capable with darker uses, something its user must take care not to tip it toward.
The length is just shy of the median average. It’s length suits my height and a sometimes timid personality. The flexibility may seem odd, though, as a contrast to the adaptability of the wood and core. We work exceedingly well together, but are stubborn externally as a pair. We are bound together, not easily won over by others, and not easily changed as a duo.
Love: With wands of this sort, be prepared to tolerate stubborn and flashy independence. This wand wielder is not likely to tolerate being underestimated, clung to, or deceived. Trust will be hard won and over time, considering the alone time they’ll need. Don’t expect to change them, so you best accept them as is. Prepare to present yourself as a formidable wizard to keep their interest.
Compatibility: My top pick for compatibility with this particular wand is a very flexible dragon heartstring wand. The wielder will appreciate someone who can match their power. A protective wand, such as one of holly, rowan, or yew, are good matches. Willow is an ideal match for its advanced nature and nonverbal sensitivity akin to pine’s. Those of great potential, such as willow, cedar, laurel, yew wielders, are of strong capability for compatibility. Those with a dangerous but protective side, such as holly, can also be beneficial in keeping you engaged but safe with them. Considering the pine wand combination’s seriousness and adeptness, avoid dogwood owners. Their noisy nonverbal casting might only annoy you in the long run. My top vote would be a willow wand user with flexibility and a dragon heartstring core. In addition to all above reasons, they’ll be there to heal you when experimentation backfires.
Academics: Keep experimenting safely. Practice your nonverbal spell casting as well. With a natural talent for it, it would be a waste not to hone. Keep yourself challenged, most of all.
Life: Consider a career that will keep you casting in increasingly difficult situations. Law enforcement careers or a job with the Department of Mysteries seem a logical choice for those with this type of wand to continue is mysteriousness and experimentation. Expect a long life, so be sure to live it to its fullest!
- Gwenaderin Ferox