One never truly hates on ol' Morty.
The lovely dichotomy of an open mind it's required to progress science or magic but its also how you get possessed.
Yeah it was yule in pagan tradition, but they don't celebrate that they celebrate Christmas in the wizard there's some stuff on the wiki retconning it saying they remember the original tradition but I don't buy it there's no mention of any paganism in the books. It's more likely the Rowling just didn't think about that as relevant to the story she was telling.
Man's speaking facts.
Not a huge amount, he'd have what Kaldor told him which would be more gray knight focused and centuries out of date. Hints at information about the current events from the kin but they were being intentionally restrictive because they didn't want Adam to know they were technically another faction is Abhuman'. But also I'm sorting of not being specific intentionally so I don't preclude myself from any path the story takes.
I cannot confirm nor deny that fact but the evidential clues are littered throughout the chapters
thanks missing the word think
Kaldor is technically immortal because of M'Kaar's curse and is entirely incorruptible the well of eternity and the deep warp are different things canonically. I was heavily inspired initially by text to speech device so my perception of Kaldor is a mad space wizard who teleports around and just one hits everything the chuck noris of the setting. I didn't write it like that to achieve a degree of realism, but I believe if there ever were a character which could hang out in the deep warp it would be Kaldor or the Emperor, no one else is sufficiently incorruptible and warp sensitive enough at the same time to do so.
I get your point, but how do people respond to trauma, they shut down they learn hard lessons ect. The thing with Adam is all his experiences are basically trauma which means he is essentially the inverse. So now encountering non traumatic situations he is doing dumb stuff and trying to work out what it's like to act like a kid, but he doesn't know how that works, its like going from working in an industrial factory to a ball pit with no true perception of reality.
I'll have a check, but it's not really relevant to the plot, mainly I was just checking that Hufflepuff and Ravenclaw could theoretically be together in that period according to the time tables I found online and then checked which were the first classes Harry took and then cross referenced, the sources I used could have been wrong though I didn't take the time to go through the book lesson by lesson, twas a bit too much for me.