As soon as the application is installed, the user finds himself in front of young Constance Pickering, a member of the Statute of Secrecy Task Force, who, together with other characters, like Hermione Granger, asks everyone to undertake a special mission: to fight against Calamity. Everything that they held most dear has practically been lost after the Statute of Secrecy, which kept the veil between the magic and muggle worlds intact, has been threatened. Later, Harry Potter himself, now an Auror at the Department of Magical Law Enforcement, will give a detailed explanation of each user’s task. Armed with the virtual map viewable on a smartphone, the user will set off in search of Foundables, which can be objects or even figures from the Wizarding World. Calamity (by name and fact) is drastically jeopardizing the stability of the Statute. The barriers no longer appear to be as secure, not for the wizards nor for the Muggles themselves who, up until that point, have lived without this chaotic magic, called “The Registry”, having ever disturbed the balance between the two worlds. As the game proceeds, players can also choose which house they want to belong to (Gryffindor, Slytherin, Ravenclaw or Hufflepuff), as well as their profession. On the basis of these choices, the abilities that each player has to develop during the game change and will involve, as in Pokemon Go, zones (Greenhouses, Inns and Castles) in which to use their powers and take on multi-player challenges. In short, in Harry Potter: Wizards Unite, it is better to arm oneself with a good quality wand and, even more importantly, learn how to say the spells correctly, starting from stressing the right syllable. Isn’t that right, Ron?