Epibalsa McNaught (d. 17 August, 2017) was a muggle-born wizard who studied at the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry in a certain period prescribed and was sorted to Hufflepuff. Later he became the author and some of his books became best sellers.
Epibalsa McNaught was a Muggle-born wizard who attended Hogwarts at some period. He excelled at Charms and Muggle Studies. After school he specialized in the arts to convey their thoughts, analysis and pictures for the wizarding community. Thus he founded the Wizards' Academy of Fine Arts and joined the Organizing Committee of the Magic Ceremonies and Events. Likewise, he wrote two books that were acclaimed as best-sellers, A Critical View on the Art of Arts and How to Transform an Ignorant in a new Picasso.
He later was called by Servilia Crouch to become the new Muggle Arts teacher at Hogwarts, a matter which had been defunct for many years in school. Even having accepted the job, Epibalsa never came to teach at Hogwarts. Before the end of school vacation, his house had been invaded by Yaxley, Fog and Avery, because he was part of the group of the "Hunters" (wizards that follow the ideas of Hunter of Destinations) and he was held prisoner at the headquarters of the Serpent Society. Later he was killed by Malcolm Baddock.