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When well-matched, an acacia wand matches any for power, though it is often underrated due to the peculiarity of its temperament. Wands of acacia woods are quirky and sensitive, and require an owner who goes to their own beat. In youth their owners may have been labelled as cry babies, but the truth is that they have overwhelming empathy for others. With this, they have incredible imaginations and inner-worlds— but it is difficult for them to express these to other people. In maturity, with practice and patience with themselves, they can become excellent communicators and are often the ideas person when in groups or teams.
At least some content in this article is derived from information featured in Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery. Spoilers will be present within the article. Various wands of different woods left to right : Harry Potter's wand is holly; Ron Weasley's wand is willow; Hermione Granger's wand is vine; Sirius Black's wand is unknown; Severus Snape's wand is unknown; and Lord Voldemort's wand is yew. Various types of wood are used in the construction of wands. Once carved into the appropriate shape, the wood is embedded with a core of a magical substance, which may be chosen specifically to match the type of wood in question. Wands can vary significantly in length — from a minimum of 7" to at least 16" — and come in varying degrees of rigidity, including 'springy'  , 'flexible', 'supple' and 'unyielding'. Every single wand is unique and will depend for its character on the particular tree and magical creature from which it derives its materials.