Curse-Breaker

A Curse-Breaker is a profession in the wizarding world in which a wizard or witch disables or counters curses in ancient tombs or other historical sites, in order to recover artefacts, history, or other items of interest. Curse-breakers often work in areas with long, rich magical histories such as China, Northern Africa, and South America.

Like Muggle archaeologists, curse-breakers often work in groups on digs or other sites. These sites are often controlled by local curse-breakers, but teams are often multi-national. Every magical community handles affairs within their country differently and there can be a lot of red tape and limitations for foreign ministries and curse-breakers to overcome. Each curse-breaker on an assignment receives pay based on their personal agreements with their employer.

British Curse-Breakers

Curse-breakers are employed by Gringotts Wizarding Bank in the UK. These employees are paid by foreign magical governments and are expected to return that pay to Gringotts where it will be split 35/65 in favor of the employer.

Chinese Curse-Breakers

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North African Curse-Breakers

Curse-breakers are employed by the Bureau of Magical Law Enforcement-Naturalist Sector of The Saharan Alliance of Magic in applicable countries and paid a steady wage. The Alliance retains control over any artefacts or items of interest found at sites or on digs.

South American Curse-Breakers

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