- "Babayaga. Medieval, dates unknown. Russian hag who dwelled in a hut that stood on giant chicken legs. Ate children for breakfast — and presumably for lunch and tea."
- —Chocolate Frog Card
Babayaga was a Medieval Russian Hag who regularly ate children for breakfast, and presumably lunch and tea as well. She lived in a hut that stood on giant chicken legs.
Behind the scenes
- The name Babayaga is presumably based on the Russian legend of the Baba Yaga.
- She appears on a Chocolate Frog Card.
- In the Russian myth of Baba Yaga, she lures children in to her house - which stands on giant chicken legs - and feeds them. When they least expect it, she then throws them in the oven.
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