“No, Dad, please!” I screamed into my hands, my eyes full of tears. Hogwarts wasn’t a normal school, not that my family was normal, but I didn’t want to have any part in it. First we had to move all the way from New York to England, then a letter came telling me I’d been accepted at a school “for witchcraft and wizardry,” a boarding school, none the less. My dad held me on his lap. Being eleven, I was a bit old for that, but he’d let me anyway, “just this once,” he’d said. “I know...
Who could ever learn to love a real beast like Voldemort?
A mashup of ‘Beauty and the Beast’ and ‘Harry Potter’, with Voldemort as the beast, and Belle is a witch. Gaston is, of course, a brave and proud Gryffindor.
Obviously it's not in billions. And magic is rare.
So, how rare might it be? First I'll address some research arguments I found on link and gave some though to.
They seemed to conclude that there'd be approximately 300.000 to 1.000.000 magical people on the entire planet. Basing on, for example:
”The room for 100.000 at the World Cup.” Speculated to give some idea of the total number of magical people in the world...I guess because it's the World Cup and witches and wizards don't have televisions...This stadion room was believed to be for approx. 1/3 or 1/10 of the total world population of magical...