Off the Record: WoP US Hierarchy
World of Potter Hierarchy, what is it? How does it work? We take a look into what the hierarchy really is and how it works.

- From : Kyla Loran

Off the Record:
WoP US Hierarchy

Minister For Magic & Headmaster

& Chief
& Heads of



Assistant Teachers

Team Members


Have you ever sat back and really given much thought into how the hierarchy system of power works on World of Potter US? I can tell you I have... and when I say I have... I mean... I have! After giving this so much though I have come to the determination that you could think of the way the World of Potter US hierarchy as two different countries. Don't understand? That is okay, for I am about to take you on a trip into my mind.


The Ministry of Magic will be known as the Ministry Country, and Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry will be known as the Hogwarts Country.

We will start with the person with the most power in both countries The King! In the Ministry Country, we have the King, his royal highness the Minister For Magic. In the Hogwarts Country, we have the King, his royal highness the Headmaster. Both of these kings have the utmost authority in the countries as they have signed a treaty to bring both countries together as one while still holding their power.


Moving on we have the Royal Council, these people aid the Kings in their duties and work closely with them with enough power to keep the countries intact and keep the unified countries running as a whole. The Ministry Country's Royal Council, comprised of two factions, the Management and the Chief Editors. The Hogwarts Country's Royal Council is made up of a single faction known as the Heads of House.

Next, we move onto the Royal Scholars, which are known as the Teachers. Without the scholars, the countries wouldn't be able to move forward, and their young citizens would stay in the dark. The Royal Scholars come from the Hogwarts Country but service their home country and the Ministry Country. The Royal Scholars also serve as a confidant of what is going on within the two countries and at times serve as an outside view onto various official topics.


Following close to the Royal Scholars are the Royal Knights. The Royal Knights, called Prefects are lead by a member of the Royal Council even though typically they come from the Hogwarts Country. These individuals help keep order in both countries as they patrol and give minor citations to the individuals that are attempting to put ruin into the countries. If the citations needed are much bigger than the Royal Knights can handle they take it to their leader who then handles the situation.

Closing in on the Royal Knights is the Royal Apprentice. The Royal Apprentice is the Assistant Teachers; they provide back up to the Royal Knights when needed while they assist the Royal Scholars. While they do not hold much power, they still can catch issues that the Royal Council might not immediately see. When they find something that seems concerning, they follow the order of power and hand it off to either the Royal Scholar they are assisting or the Royal Knights depending on the situation.


Next on the list is the Royal Oracles. The Royal Oracles are the Team Members that assist each Royal Council with their various duties while holding little power if any. These people typically record history in the making events, compose interesting articles for the citizens or ensure that the family histories of the citizens have recorded properly.

Finally, we end the list with the Citizens of the countries. The people are there to go about their everyday lives without issues, though at times issues do arise for them, they know that they are in good hands. It is the Citizens of the countries that create the atmosphere and also make the countries what they are. Without them, there would be no need for the hierarchy to in the first place.


Now that you have taken a peek into how my mind processes the way the World of Potter US Hierarchy works, I hope you too have a better understanding of the way the system works. No matter your rank of the ladder known as the World of Potter US Hierarchy remember that if you are ever in need, there is someone there to help you.

With that, I am signing off...


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Kyla Loran {Social Media Lead}

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Pamona Bones

Pamona Bones Great comparison. Very interesting. *rubs chin with intrigue*

Shay Carver

Shay Carver Great article!

Caitríona Hayes

Caitríona Hayes A+ for the gif choices, I'm in love with them! The post is wonderful ♡

Elizabeth Osborne

Elizabeth Osborne Incredibly accurate. Love this article! <3

Darth Zeus

Darth Zeus Great piece Kyla, I loved reading it

Edgar Thorne

Edgar Thorne Very accurate and helpful!

America Singer

America Singer Awesome! Great job!

Brittany Black

Brittany Black Great post! <3

Pirro Desmon

Pirro Desmon Very cool! Definitely an interesting look and take on our power structure here on the site! Well done, Kyla!

Maia Blackburn

Maia Blackburn YEY. Nice post Kyla <3

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