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Herpofrog

Chocolate Frog card of Herpo the Foul

"Considered by many to be the greatest wizard of modern times, Dumbledore is particularly famous for his defeat of the Dark wizard Grindelwald in 1945, for the discovery of the twelve uses of Dragon's blood, and his work on alchemy with his partner, Nicolas Flamel. Professor Dumbledore enjoys chamber music and tenpin bowling."
Albus Dumbledore's Chocolate Frog Card[src]

Chocolate Frog Cards (also known as Famous Witches and Wizards Cards) are trading cards that display pictures of and give small amounts of information about famous wizards and witches. The Cards are obtained by buying Chocolate Frogs. Every Chocolate Frog container has a random card inside.

Overview

Chocolate frog card dumbledore

Harry Potter examines his very first card, given to him by Ron Weasley. Albus Dumbledore appears on the front

"Chocolate Frogs have cards, inside them, you know, to collect - famous witches and wizards. I've got about five hundred, but I haven't got Agrippa or Ptolemy."
—Ron Weasley, to Harry Potter on the Hogwarts Express

Students at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry often collect and trade the cards. Hannah Abbott and Ernie Macmillan were swapping cards in the Great Hall. Harry, Ginny, and Neville were trading them on the Hogwarts Express. Neville Longbottom, however, was not a collector, as when Harry gave him a Chocolate Frog, he gave the card to Harry. Notices about who wants which card even appear on the Gryffindor notice-board, in the common room. There are over 101 known cards in total.

History

Collectible cards featuring famous witches and wizards were first packaged with Chocolate Frogs in November 1926.[1] The Daily Prophet reported on this introduction in its 29 November 1926 issue.[1]

When Albus Dumbledore was being discredited by the Ministry of Magic, he was removed from the Wizengamot and from the International Confederation of Wizards. He told Bill Weasley that he didn't care what they did to him, as long as they didn't take him off Chocolate Frog cards. At the end of the 1995-1996 school year, Ronald Weasley received a number of Chocolate Frogs from his brothers Fred and George and propped one of Dumbledore against his water jug, suggesting perhaps that either Dumbledore had not been taken off the cards, or if he had been, was swiftly reinstated following the recent revelations regarding Lord Voldemort.[2] Note: In all likelihood, Dumbledore's comment was either meant as a jest, or to imply that he simply didn't care about the Ministry's attempts to discredit him. As plenty of people featured on Chocolate Frog Cards are downright evil, there's no reason to think the Ministry would actually remove him from the Cards, if they even have the authority to do so.

Famous Wizards and Witches Cards

Name Card Text Card Series Image
Adalbert Waffling 18991981

Famous magical theoretician.[3]

#24 Bronze[3]
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Magical Theoretician

Adalbert Waffling was born in 1899 and died in 1981. This famous thinker wrote all about magic. Every modern wizard an witch has learned from his writings.

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Alberic Grunnion 18031882

Inventor of the Dungbomb.[3]

#97 Silver[3]
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This nineteenth-century wizard invented the Dungbomb[4]
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Alberta Toothill 13911483

Winner of the All-England Wizarding Duelling Competition competition of 1430. Famously overcame the favorite, Samson Wiblin, with a Blasting Curse.[3]

#89 Silver[3]
Alberta Toothill-89-chocFrogCard
Alberta Toothill was the winner of the All-England Wizarding Duelling Competition of 1430. She famously overcame the favourite, Samson Wiblin, with a Blasting Curse[5]
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Albus Dumbledore Albus Dumbledore, currently Headmaster of Hogwarts.

Considered by many the greatest wizard of modern times, Professor Dumbledore is particularly famous for his defeat of the dark wizard Grindelwald in 1945, for the discovery of the twelve uses of dragon’s blood and his work on alchemy with his partner, Nicolas Flamel. Professor Dumbledore enjoys chamber music and tenpin bowling.[6]

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Headmaster of Hogwarts.[7] #100 Gold[7]
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Currently Headmaster of Hogwarts.[8]
Considered by many the greatest wizard of modern times, Professor Dumbledore is particularly famous for his defeat of the Dark Wizard Grindelwald in 1945, for the discovery of the twelve uses of dragon's blood and his work on alchemy with his partner, Nicolas Flamel.[9]
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18811996

Brilliant and often controversial headmaster of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, Albus Dumbledore is most famous for his 1945 defeat of Grindelwald and his steadfast championing of Harry Potter, the Boy Who Lived. Dumbledore’s self-proclaimed proudest achievement, however, was featuring on a Famous Wizards Chocolate Frog Card.[10]

Dumbledore[11] Headmaster of Hogwarts.[12] #5 Bonus Cards[12]
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Almeric Sawbridge 16021699

Famous for conquering the river troll that was terrorising those trying to cross the Wye River. River troll in question believed to be one of the largest ever to exist in Britain with a weight of one tonne.[13]

#26 Bronze[3]
Almeric Sawbridge-26-chocFrogCard
Andros the Invincible Ancient Greek

Alleged to have been the only known wizard to produce a Patronus the size of a giant.[3]

#13 Silver[3]
Andros The Invincible-13-chocFrogCard
This Ancient Greek is alleged to be the only known wizard to have produced a Patronus the size of a giant.[14]
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Archibald Alderton 1568-1623

Famous for blowing up a hamlet of Little Dropping, Hampshire whilst attempting to magically mix a birthday cake.[3]

#29 Bronze[3]
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Professor Armando Dippet Former Headmaster of Hogwarts c. 1940.[12] #10 Famous Wizards Cards[12]
Armando Dippet - card POAG
Artemisia Lufkin 1754-1825

First witch to become Minister for Magic.[3]

#30 Silver[3]
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In 1798 Artemisia Lufkin was the first witch to become Minister for Magic.[15]
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Balfour Blane 1566-1629

Established the Committee on Experimental Charms.[3]

#31 Bronze[3]
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This sixteenth century wizard established the Committee on Experimental Charms.[16]
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Beatrix Bloxam 1794-1810

Author of the Toadstool Tales, a series of childrens' books since banned because they have been found to cause nausea and vomiting.[3]

#80 Bronze[3]
Beatrix Bloxam-80-chocFrogCard
(1794-1810)

Author of the Toadstool Tales, a series of children's books since banned because they have been found to cause nausea and vomiting.[12]

#1 Famous Witches Cards[12]
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Beatrix Bloxam was the author of the Toadstool Tales, a series of children's books since banned because they have been found to cause nausea and vomiting.[17]
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Beaumont Marjoribanks 1742-1845

Pioneer of Herbology and collector of many rare and magical flowers. Discovered Gillyweed.[3]

#33 Bronze[3]
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A pioneer of Herbology and collector of many rare and magical flowers, Beaumont Marjoribanks is said to have discovered Gillyweed.[18]
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Bertie Bott 1935–present

Inventor of Bertie Bott's Every Flavour Beans.[7]

#69 Gold[7]
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Inventor of Bertie Bott’s Every-Flavour Beans – a Risk with Every Mouthful![19]
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Inventor

Bertie Bott was born in 1935. He invented Bertie Bott's Every Flavour Beans quite by mistake. His original purpose was to create tasty candies from food. He accidently included a pair of dirty socks in his experiment!

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Blenheim Stalk 1920-present

Non-magical expert and author of many books including 'Non-Magical Who Notice,' a study of non-magical awareness of magic.[3]

#85 Silver[3]
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This Muggle expert is an author of many books including ‘Muggles Who Notice,’ a study of Muggle awareness of magic.[20]
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Bowman Wright 1492-1560

Famous for developing the Golden Snitch.[3]

#35 Silver[3]
Bowman Wright-35-chocFrogCard
(1492-1560)

Famous for developing the Golden Snitch.[12]

#5 Quidditch Cards[12]
A skilled metal-charmer, Bowman Wright of Godric's Hollow is credited with the invention of the Golden Snitch.[21]
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Bridget Wenlock 12021285

Famous Arithmancer. First to establish the magical properties of the number seven.[3]

#32 Bronze[3]
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A famous Arithmancer, Bridget Wenlock was the first to establish the magical properties of the number seven.[22]
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Burdock Muldoon 1429-1490

Chief of Wizards' Council 1448-50.[3]

#10 Bronze[3]
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Carlotta Pinkstone 1922-present

Famous campaigner for lifting the International Confederation of Wizard’s Statute of Secrecy and telling non-magical folks that wizards still exist. Ms. Pinkstone has been imprisoned several times for her blatant and deliberate use of magic in public places.[7]

#40 Gold[7]
Carlotta Pinkstone-40-chocFrogCard
(1922-present)

Famous campaigner for lifting the International Confederation of Wizard’s Statute of Secrecy and telling Muggles that wizards still exist. Ms. Pinkstone has been imprisoned several times for her blatant and deliberate use of magic in public places.[12]

#6 Famous Witches Cards[12]
Carlotta Pinkstone - card POAG
Cassandra Vablatsky 1894-1997

Celebrated Seer and author of 'Unfogging the Future'.[3]

#37 Bronze[3]
Cassandra Vablatsky-37-chocFrogCard
Cassandra Vablatsky was a celebrated seer and author of ‘Unfogging the Future’, a guide to all basic fortune-telling methods, including palmistry, crystal balls and bird entrails.[23]
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Celestina Warbeck 1917–present

Popular singing sorceress.[3]

#88 Bronze[3]
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Chauncey Oldridge 13421379

First known victim of Dragon Pox.[3]

#38 Silver[3]
Chauncey Oldridge-38-chocFrogCard
This wizard was the first known victim of Dragon Pox.[24]
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Circe Ancient Greek Witch who lived on Island of Aeaea. Expert at turning lost sailors into pigs.[3] #22 Silver[3]
Circe-22-chocFrogCard
Circe was an ancient Greek who lived on the island of Aeaea and was an expert at turning lost sailors into pigs.[25]
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Cliodna Irish druidess Cliodna, was a remarkable witch who discovered the magical properties of moondew.[26]
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Cliodne Medieval, dates unknown

Irish druidess who first discovered properties of moondew.[3]

#16 Silver[3]
Cliodne-16-chocFrogCard
(Medieval, dates unknown)

Irish druidess who first discovered properties of Moondew.[12]

#12 Famous Witches Cards[3]
Cliodne - card POAG
Bird Animagus

The beautiful druid Cliodne had three magical birds that sang the sick to sleep and cured them. Legends say that she could take the shape of a sea bird or change into a wave. Her favorite hobby was flying.

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Cornelius Agrippa 14861535

Celebrated wizard imprisoned by non-magical folks for his writings.[3]

#2 Bronze[3]
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Agrippa was a celebrated wizard imprisoned by Muggles for his writings.[27]
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Crispin Cronk 1795-1872

Sent to Azkaban for continuing to keep Sphinxes in his back garden despite repeated warnings.[3]

#42 Silver[3]
Crispin Cronk-42-chocFrogCard
(1795-1872)

Sent to Azkaban for continuing to keep Sphinxes in his back garden despite repeated warnings.[12]

#3 Famous Wizards Cards[12]
Crispin Cronk - card POAG
Cyprian Youdle 13121357

Only Quidditch referee ever to die during a match. The originator of the curse was never caught but believed to have been a member of the crowd.[3]

#43 Silver[3]
Cyprian Youdle-43-chocFrogCard
(1312–1357)

Only Quidditch referee ever to die during a match. The originator of the curse was never caught but believed to have been a member of the crowd.[12]

#3 Quidditch Cards[12]
The only Quidditch referee ever to die during a match. The originator of the curse that killed him was never caught but believed to have been a member of the crowd.[28]
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Daisy Dodderidge 1467-1555

First landlady of the Leaky Cauldron.[3]

#99 Silver[3]
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Tavern Keeper

Daisy Dodderidge (1457-1555) built the Leaky Cauldron to serve as a gateway between the non-wizarding world and Diagon Alley. Wizards and witches of her day loved her generosity and the welcoming atmosphere of her pub.[29]

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Derwent Shimpling 1912-present

Ate an entire Venomous Tentacula on a bet and survived, though is still purple.[3]

#8 Silver[3]
Derwent Shimpling-08-chocFrogCard
Devlin Whitehorn 1945-present

Founder of the Nimbus racing broom company.[3]

#44 Bronze[3]
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Donaghan Tremlett 1972-present

Bass player with the popular wizarding band The Weird Sisters.[3]

#34 Silver[3]
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Donaghan plays bass in the Weird Sisters.[30]
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Entertainer

Donaghan Tremlett was born in 1972 to non-wizarding parents. A graduate of Hogwarts, he plays the bass guitar with the popular wizarding band called the Weird Sisters. Donaghan is a big fan of the Quidditch team called the Kenmare Kestrels.

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Dorcas Wellbeloved 1812-1904

Founder of the Society for Distressed Witches.[3]

#86 Bronze[3]
Dorcas Wellbeloved-86-chocFrogCard
(1812-1904)

Founder of the Society for Distressed Witches.[12]

#7 Famous Witches Cards[3]
Dorcas Wellbeloved - card POAG
Dunbar Oglethorpe 1968-present

Chief of Q.U.A.B.B.L.E. (Quidditch Union for the Administration and Betterment of the British League and its Endeavours).[3]

#45 Silver[3]
Dunbar Oglethorpe-45-chocFrogCard
Chief of Q.U.A.B.B.L.E. (Quidditch Union for the Administration and Betterment of the British League and its Endeavours)[31]
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Dymphna Furmage 16121698

Famously abducted by pixies while on holiday in Cornwall and lived in mortal dread of them thereafter. Failed to persuade the Ministry of Magic to have all pixies humanely destroyed.[3]

#98 Silver[3]
Dymphna Furmage-98-chocFrogCard
(1612—1698)

Famously abducted by pixies while on holiday in Cornwall and lived in mortal dread of them thereafter. Failed to persuade the Ministry of Magic to have all pixies humanely destroyed.[12]

#2 Famous Witches Cards[12]
Dymphna Furmage - card POAG
Famously abducted by pixies while on holiday in Cornwall, Dymphna Furmage lived in mortal dread of them thereafter. Failed to persuade the Ministry of Magic to have all pixies humanely destroyed.[32]
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Dzou Yen (4th century B.C)

Chinese alchemist.[12]

#12 Famous Wizards Cards[12]
Dzou Yen - card POAG
Edgar Stroulger 1703-1798

Inventor of the Sneakoscope.[3]

#47 Bronze[3]
Edgar Stroulger-47-chocFrogCard
(1703-1798)

Inventor of the Sneakoscope.[12]

#4 Famous Wizards Cards[12]
Edgar Strougler - card POAG
Edgar Stroulger was an eighteenth-century wizard credited with the invention of the Sneakoscope.[33]
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Elfrida Clagg 1612-1687

Chieftaness of Warlock's Council.[3]

#3 Silver[3]
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(1612-1687)

Chieftaness of Warlock's Council.[12]

#8 Famous Witches Cards[12]
Elfrida Clagg - card POAG
Elladora Ketteridge 1656-1729

Witch who discovered the use of Gillyweed when she nearly suffocated after eating it and recovered only when she stuck her head into a bucket of water.[3]

#49 Bronze[3]
Elladora Ketteridge-49-chocFrogCard
Elladora Ketteridge discovered the use of Gillyweed when she nearly suffocated after eating it and recovered only when she stuck her head into a bucket of water.[34]
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Ethelred the Ever-Ready Medieval, dates unknown

Famous for taking offence at nothing and cursing innocent bystanders. Died in Gaol.[3]

#51 Bronze[3]
Ethelred The Ever-ready-51-chocFrogCard
(Medieval, dates unknown)

Famous for taking offence at nothing and cursing innocent bystanders. Died in Gaol.[12]

#2 Famous Wizards Cards[12]
Ethelred the Ever-Ready - card POAG
Falco Aesalon (Ancient Greek)

The first recorded example of an Animagus, he could transform himself into a falcon.[12]

#13 Famous Wizards Cards[12]
Falco Aesalon - card POAG
Felix Summerbee 1447-1508

Inventor of Cheering Charms.[3]

#52 Silver[3]
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Flavius Belby 1715-1791

Only wizard ever to survive a Lethifold attack.[3]

#66 Bronze[3]
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Flavius Belby wrote the earliest known account of a Lethifold after he survived an attack whilst holidaying in Papua New Guinea in 1782.[35]
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Fulbert the Fearful 1014-1097

Famous for being so cowardly he never ventured out of his house. Died when a Defensive Charm backfired and the roof fell in.[3]

#14 Silver[3]
Fulbert The Fearful-14-chocFrogCard
(1014-1097)

Famous for being so cowardly he never ventured out of his house. Died when a Defensive Charm backfired and the roof fell in.[12]

#1 Famous Wizards Cards[12]
Fulbert the Fearful - card POAG
Gaspard Shingleton 1959-present

Celebrated inventor of the Self-Stirring Cauldron.[3]

#54 Silver[3]
Gaspard Shingleton-54-chocFrogCard
Gideon Crumb 1975-present

Plays bagpipes with the popular wizarding band The Weird Sisters.[3]

#56 Silver[3]
Gideon Crumb-56-chocFrogCard
Gifford Ollerton 13901441

Famous giant-slayer, killed the giant Hengist of Upper Barnton.[3]

#57 Bronze[3]
Gifford Ollerton-57-chocFrogCard
Glanmore Peakes 1677-1761

Famous slayer of the Sea Serpent of Cromer.[3]

#6 Bronze[3]
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(1677-1761)

Famous Slayer of the Sea Serpent of Cromer.[12]

#8 Famous Wizards Cards[12]
Glanmore Peakes - card POAG
Famous Slayer of the sea serpent of Cromer.[36]
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Glenda Chittock 1964-present

Popular presenter of the W.W.N. (Wizarding Wireless Network) programme Witching Hour.[3]

#23 Silver[3]
Glenda Chittock-23-chocFrogCard
Glover Hipworth 1742-1805

Inventor of the Pepperup Potion, cure for the common cold.[3]

#58 Bronze[3]
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Glover Hipworth invented the Pepperup Potion - a cure for the common cold. it works instantly though it leaves the drinker smoking at the ears for several hours afterwards.[37]
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Godric Gryffindor Medieval, dates unknown

Co-founder of Hogwarts. Gave his name to one of the four Hogwarts houses.[7]

#41 Gold[7]
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(Medieval, dates unknown)

Co-founder of Hogwarts. Gave his name to one of the four Hogwarts houses.[12]

#1 Bonus Cards[12]
Godric Gryffindor - card POAG
Godric Gryffindor was the founder of Gryffindor house at Hogwarts and the first owner of the celebrated Sorting Hat. He was the most accomplished dueller of his time and an enlightened fighter against Muggle discrimination.[38]
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Medieval (precise dates unknown)

One of the four famous Founders of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, Godric Gryffindor was the most accomplished dueller of his time, an enlightened fighter against Muggle-discrimination and the first owner of the celebrated Sorting Hat.[39]

Gondoline Oliphant 1720-1799

Famous for studies of life and habits of trolls. Clubbed to death in the Cotswolds while sketching.[3]

#65 Silver[3]
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65

Gondoline Oliphant
1720-1799
Famous for studies of life and habits of trolls. Clubbed to death while sketching.[40]

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1720-1799. Famous for studies of life and habits of trolls. Clubbed to death in the Cotswolds while sketching.[41] General[41]
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This witch was famous for her studies of the lives and habits of trolls and was clubbed to death in the Cotswolds while sketching.[42]
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Gregory the Smarmy Medieval, dates unknown

Famous originator of Gregory's Unctuous Unction - potion to persuade the drinker that the giver is their very best friend. Alleged to have wormed his way into King Richard's confidence and thus made his fortune.[3]

#59 Silver[3]
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Greta Catchlove 1960-present

Author of 'Charm Your Own Cheese'.[3]

#53 Bronze[3]
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Grogan Stump 1770-1884

Popular Minister for Magic, appointed 1811.[3]

#4 Bronze[3]
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(1770-1884)

Popular Minister for Magic, appointed 1811.[12]

#7 Famous Wizards Cards[12]
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Gulliver Pokeby 1750-1839

Expert on magical birds. First to identify meaning of Augurey song.[3]

#5 Bronze[3]
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Born in the mid-eighteenth century Gulliver Pokeby was an expert on magical birds. Acknowledged as the first wizard to identify the meaning of Augurey song, Pokeby penned Why I Didn't Die When the Augurey Cried.[43]
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Gunhilda of Gorsemoor 1556-1639

One-eyed, hump-backed witch famous for developing a cure for Dragon pox.[3]

#9 Bronze[3]
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(1556-1639)

One-eyed, hump-backed witch famous for developing a cure for Dragon pox.[12]

#15 Famous Witches Cards[12]
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This one-eyed, hump-backed witch is famous for developing a cure for Dragon pox.[44]
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Gwenog Jones 1968-present

Captain and Beater of the all-female national Quidditch team, the Holyhead Harpies.[3]

#39 Silver[3]
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Captain and Beater of only all-female national Quidditch team, the Holyhead Harpies.[12] #2 Quidditch Cards[12]
Harry Potter The boy who lived.[7] #100 Gold[7]
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The boy who lived.[12] #15 Famous Wizards Cards[12]
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Havelock Sweeting 1634-1710

Unicorn expert. Helped set up unicorn reservations throughout Britain.[3]

#61 Bronze[3]
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Heathcote Barbary 1974-present

Plays rhythm guitar with the popular wizarding band The Weird Sisters.[3]

#93 Bronze[3]
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Helga Hufflepuff Medieval, dates unknown

Co-founder of Hogwarts. Gave her name to one of the four Hogwarts houses.[7]

#72 Gold[7]
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(Medieval, dates unknown)

Co-founder of Hogwarts. Gave her name to one of the four Hogwarts houses.[12]

#3 Bonus Card[12]
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Loyal and charming, Helga Hufflepuff was the founder of Hufflepuff house at Hogwarts. She was particularly famous for her dexterity at food-related charms.[45]
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Co-Founder of Hogwarts

Helga Hufflepuff helped create Hogwarts and gave her name to one of the four Hogwarts houses. She brought people from different walks of life together to help build Hogwarts and was loved for her charming ways.

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Medieval, (precise dates unknown)

One of the four celebrated Founders of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, Hufflepuff was particularly famous for her dexterity at food-related Charms. Many recipes traditionally served at Hogwarts feasts originated with Hufflepuff.[46]

Hengist of Woodcroft Medieval, dates unknown

Driven away from his home by non-magical persecutors, Hengist is supposed to have settled in Scotland where he founded the village of Hogsmeade. The Three Broomsticks inn is alleged to be Hengist's old home.[3]

#96 Bronze[3]
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Driven away from his home by Muggle persecutors, Hengist is supposed to have settled in Scotland, where he founded the village of Hogsmeade. The Three Broomsticks inn is alleged to be Hengist’s old home.[47]
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Herman Wintringham 1974-present

Plays lute with the popular wizarding band The Weird Sisters.[3]

#63 Bronze[3]
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Hermione Granger[48]
Herpo the Foul Ancient Greek First known creator of the basilisk.[7] #11 Gold[7]
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Herpo the Foul was an Ancient Greek wizard and the first known creator of the Basilisk.[49]
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Hesper Starkey Studied how moon phases affect potion-making.[50] Alchemy[50]
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1881-1973

Witch who studied the use of phases of the moon in potion-making.[3]

#7 Bronze[3]
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(1881-1973)

Witch who studied the use of phases of the moon in potion-making.[12]

#11 Famous Witches Cards[12]
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Hesper Starkey studied the use of phases of the moon in potion-making.[51]
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Honoria Nutcombe 1665-1743

Founded the Society for the Reformation of Hags.[3]

#55 Silver[3]
Honoria Nutcombe-55-chocFrogCard
(1665-1743)

Founded the Society for the Reformation of Hags.[12]

#3 Famous Witches Cards[12]
Honoria Nutcombe - card POAG
This witch founded the Society for the Reformation of Hags.[52]
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Ignatia Wildsmith 12271320

Witch who invented Floo powder.[3]

#62 Silver[3]
Ignatia Wildsmith-62-chocFrogCard
(1227–1320)

Witch who invented Floo powder.[12]

#10 Famous Witches Cards[12]
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Ignatia Wildsmith was a wizarding inventor and the creator of Floo powder.[53]
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Jocunda Sykes 1915–present

Famous for flying across the Atlantic on a broomstick -the first person to do so.[3]

#64 Bronze[3]
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(1915-present)

Famous for flying across the Atlantic on a broomstick -the first person to do so.[12]

#5 Famous Witches Cards[12]
Jocunda Sykes - card POAG
This witch is famous for the first ever Atlantic broom crossing.[54]
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Joscelind Wadcock 1911-present

Chaser for Puddlemere United Quidditch team. Record for highest number of goals during British season this century (against Ballycastle Bats, 1931).[3]

#36 Silver[3]
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(1911-present)

Chaser for Puddlemere United Quidditch team. Record for highest number of goals during British season this century (against Ballycastle Bats, 1931).[12]

#1 Quidditch Cards[12]
Chaser for Puddlemere United Quidditch Team, Joscelind Wadcock holds the record for the highest number of goals during a British season in the twentieth century (against Ballycastle Bats, 1931)[55]
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Justus Pilliwickle 1862-1953

Celebrated Head of the Department of Magical Law Enforcement.[3]

#67 Bronze[3]
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Kirley Duke 1971-present

Plays lead guitar with the popular wizarding band The Weird Sisters.[3]

#68 Silver[3]
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Laverne de Montmorency 1823-1893

Inventor of many Love Potions.[3]

#60 Silver[3]
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Leopoldina Smethwyck 1829-1910

First British witch to referee a Quidditch match.[3]

#70 Silver[3]
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Leopoldina was the first British witch to referee a Quidditch match.[56]
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Queen Maeve Legendary witch who trained young sorcerers in Ireland prior to the establishment of Hogwarts.[3] #71 Silver[3]
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This legendary witch trained young sorcerers in Ireland prior to the establishment of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.[57]
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Merlin Medieval, dates unknown

Most famous wizard of all time. Sometimes known as the Prince of Enchanters. Part of the Court of King Arthur.[3]

#1 Bronze[3]
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Merlin is the most famous wizard of all time. He is sometimes known as the Prince of Enchanters and was part of the Court of King Arthur.[58]
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Merton Graves 1978-present

Plays cello with the popular wizarding band The Weird Sisters.[3]

#94 Bronze[3]
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Merwyn the Malicious Medieval,dates unknown Credited with the invention of many unpleasant jinxes and hexes.[3] #12 Bronze[3]
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Merwyn the Malicious was a medieval wizard credited with the invention of many unpleasant jinxes and hexes.[59]
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Minerva McGonagall[60]
Mirabella Plunkett 1839-unknown

Famous for falling in love with a merman in Loch Lomond while on holiday. When her parents forbade her to marry him, she transfigured herself into a haddock and was never seen again.[3]

#27 Silver[3]
Mirabella Plunkett-27-chocFrogCard
(1839-unknown)

Famous for falling in love with a merman in Loch Lomond while on holiday. When her parents forbade her to marry him, she transfigured herself into a haddock and was never seen again.[12]

#13 Famous Witches Cards[12]
Mirabella Plunkett - card POAG
Born in 1839, Mirabella Plunkett famously fell in love with a merman in Loch Lomond while on holiday. When her parents forbade her to marry him, she transfigured herself into a haddock and was never seen again.[61]
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Miranda Goshawk 1921-present

Famous spellbook writer.[3]

#46 Bronze[3]
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Miranda Goshawk is the author of The Standard Book of Spells series, which are set textbooks for the students of Hogwarts.[62]
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Montague Knightley 1506-1588

Wizard's Chess Champion.[7]

#74 Gold[7]
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Montague Knightley lived between 1506 and 1588. During his life he was a Wizard Chess Champion.[63]
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Mopsus Ancient Greek

Soothsayer who vanquished the Seer Calchas in a contest of their powers.[3]

#73 Silver[3]
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An Ancient Greek soothsayer who vanquished the Seer Calchas in a contest of their powers.[64]
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Morgan le Fay Medieval, dates unknown

King Arthur's half sister. Dark sorceress. Enemy of Merlin.[3]

#17 Silver[3]
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(Medieval, dates unknown)

King Arthur's half sister. Dark sorceress. Enemy of Merlin.[12]

#14 Famous Witches Cards[12]
Morgan le Fay - card POAG
Bird Animagus

Morgan Le Fay, also known as Morgana, affected many events during the time of King Arthur. She was queen of the island of Avalon, and she had great skill as a healer.

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Morgana Also known as Morgan le Fay, Morgana was a Dark sorceress who was King Arthur’s half sister and an enemy of Merlin.[65]
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Mungo Bonham 1560-1659

Famous wizard healer. Founded Saint Mungo's Hospital for Magical Ailments and Injuries.[3]

#75 Bronze[3]
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(1560-1659)

Famous wizard healer. Founded St Mungo's Hospital for Magical Maladies and Injuries.[12]

#11 Famous Wizards Cards[12]
Mungo Bonham - card POAG
Famous wizard healer. Founded St Mungo's Hospital for Magical Maladies and Injuries[66]
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Musidora Barkwith 1520-1666

Composer of the unfinished Wizarding Suite, which features an exploding tuba. Its performance has been banned since its last performance in 1902, when it blew the roof out of Ackerley Town Hall.[3]

#50 Bronze[3]
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Myron Wagtail 1970-present

Lead singer of popular wizarding band the Weird Sisters.[3]

#76 Bronze[3]
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Myron Wagtail is the lead singer of popular wizarding band the Weird Sisters.[67]
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Newt Scamander 1897–present

Celebrated author of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.[3]

#19 Bronze[3]
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Regarded as the world authority on magical creatures, Newt Scamander is the author of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, which has been an approved textbook at Hogwarts since its publication in 1927 and can be found in most wizarding households.[68]
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Norvel Twonk 18881957

Died saving a non-magical child from a runaway Manticore. Posthumously awarded the Order of Merlin, First Class.[3]

#77 Silver[3]
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(1888–1957)

Died saving a Muggle child from a runaway Manticore. Posthumously awarded the Order of Merlin, First Class.[12]

#6 Famous Wizards Cards[12]
Norvel Twonk - card POAG
Norvel Twonk famously died saving a Muggle child from a runaway Manticore- an act which earned him a posthumous Order of Merlin, First Class.[69]
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Orsino Thruston 1976-present

Plays drums with the popular wizarding band the Weird Sisters.[3]

#78 Bronze[3]
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Oswald Beamish 1850-1932

Pioneer of Goblin rights.[3]

#79 Silver[3]
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(1850-1932)

Pioneer of Goblin Rights.[12]

#5 Famous Wizards Cards[12]
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Oswald Beamish was a celebrated pioneer of Goblin Rights.[70]
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Paracelsus 1493-1591

Contemporary of Copernicus and Leonardo Da Vinci, a medical genius whose bold theories Challenged medieval thought. Credited with discovering Parseltongue.[7]

#15 Gold[7]
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Paracelsus was a renowned sixteenth-century physician, alchemist and surgeon.[71]
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Perpetua Fancourt 1900-1991

Witch who invented the Lunascope.[3]

#25 Bronze[3]
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Ptolemy[72]
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Quong Po 14431539

Chinese wizard who discovered the uses of powered fireball eggs.[3]

#81 Bronze[3]
Quong Po-81-chocFrogCard
This Chinese wizard discovered the uses of powdered Fireball eggs.[73]
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Roderick Plumpton 18891987

Seeker for the English Quidditch Team. Holds British record for fastest capture of Snitch during game: three and a half seconds.[3]

#83 Bronze[3]
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Roland Kegg 1903–present

President of English Gobstones Team.[3]

#84 Bronze[3]
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Ronald Weasley[48]
Rowena Ravenclaw Medieval, dates unknown.

Co-founder of Hogwarts. Gave her name to one of the four Hogwarts houses.[7]

#82 Gold[7]
Rowena Ravenclaw-82-chocFrogCard
(Medieval, dates unknown)

Co-founder of Hogwarts. Gave her name to one of the four Hogwarts houses.[12]

#2 Bonus Cards[12]
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Rowena Ravenclaw was the founder of Ravenclaw house at Hogwarts. Beautiful and intelligent, she was the most brilliant witch of her time.[74]
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Medieval (precise dates unknown).

One of the four famous Founders of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, Rowena Ravenclaw was the most brilliant witch of her time, though legend has it that a broken heart - cause unknown - contributed to her early demise. Her daughter Helena (the Grey Lady) is the Ravenclaw house ghost at Hogwarts.[75]

Sacharissa Tugwood 1874-1966

Pioneer of Beautifying Potions. Discovered the pimple-curing properties of Bubotuber Pus.[3]

#90 Silver[3]
Sacharissa Tugwood-90-chocFrogCard
(1874-1966)

Pioneer of Beautifying Potions. Discovered the pimple-curing properties of Bubotuber Pus.[12]

#9 Famous Witches Cards[12]
Sacharissa Tugwood - card POAG
Pioneer of Beautifying Potions who discovered the pimple-curing properties of Bubotuber Pus.[76]
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Salazar Slytherin Medieval, dates unknown

Co-founder of Hogwarts. Gave his name to one of the four Hogwarts Houses.[7]

#48 Gold[7]
Salazar Slytherin-48-chocFrogCard
(Medieval, dates unknown)

Co-founder of Hogwarts. Gave his name to one of the four Hogwarts houses.[12]

#4 Bonus Cards[12]
Salazar Slytherin - card POAG
Salazar Slytherin was the founder of Slytherin house at Hogwarts. He was one of the first recorded Parselmouths, an accomplished Legilimens, and a notorious champion of pure-blood supremacy.[77]
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Medieval (precise dates unknown)

One of the four celebrated Founders of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, Salazar Slytherin was one of the first recorded Parselmouths, an accomplished Legilimens, and a notorious champion of pureblood supremacy. His last remaining heir was Lord Voldemort.[78]

Lord Stoddard Withers 1672-1769

Breeder of flying horses.[3]

#21 Bronze[3]
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Thaddeus Thurkell 1632-1692

Famous for producing seven Squib sons and turning them all into hedgehogs in disgust.[3]

#87 Silver[3]
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(1632-1692)

Famous for producing seven Squib sons and turning them all into hedgehogs in disgust.[12]

#14 Famous Wizards Cards[12]
Thaddeus Thurkell - card POAG
Tilly Toke 1903-1991

Gained Order of Merlin, First Class for saving non-magical lives during the Ilfracombe Incident of 1932, when a dragon swooped down on a beach full of sunbathers.[3]

#28 Bronze[3]
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Tilly Toke gained the Order of Merlin, First Class, for saving Muggle lives during the Ilfracombe Incident of 1932, when a dragon swooped down on a beach full of sunbathers.[79]
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Uric the Oddball Medieval, dates unknown

Highly eccentric wizard who is famed, among other things, for wearing a jellyfish for a hat.[3]

#18 Bronze[3]
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Wendelin the Weird Medieval, dates unknown

Alleged to have enjoyed being burnt at the stake so much that she allowed herself to be captured fourteen times in various disguises.[3]

#20 Silver[3]
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(Medieval, dates unknown)

Alleged to have enjoyed being burnt at the stake so much that she allowed herself to be captured forty-seven times in various disguises.[12]

#4 Famous Witches Cards[12]
Wendelin the Weird - card POAG
Wilfred Elphick 11121199

First wizard to be gored by an African Erumpent.[3]

#91 Bronze[3]
Wilfred Elphick-91-chocFrogCard
(1112–1199)

First wizard to be gored by an African Erumpent.[12]

#9 Famous Wizards Cards[12]
Wilfred Elphick - card POAG
This wizard was the first to be gored by an African Erumpent.[80]
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Xavier Rastrick 1750-1836

Flamboyant wizard entertainer who vanished unexpectedly while tapdancing to a crowd of three hundred in Painswick and was never seen again.[3]

#92 Silver[3]
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Flamboyant wizard entertainer who vanished unexpectedly while tapdancing to a crowd of three hundred in Painswick and was never seen again.[81]
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Yardley Platt 1446-1557

Serial goblin-killer.[3]

#95 Bronze[3]
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Famous Vampires Cards

Name Card Text Card Series Image
Sir Herbert Varney (1858-1889)

Short-lived (by undead standards) Victorian vampire who preyed upon women in London during the 1880s. Was subsequently captured and killed by a special squad from the Department for the Regulation and Control of Magical Creatures.[12]

#1 Famous Vampire Cards[12]
Varney
Amarillo Lestoat (1776-1977)

Flamboyant American vampire. Author of 'A Vampire's Monologue' - intended to bore the reader into a stupor making him/her easier prey for vampires.[12]

#2 Famous Vampire Cards
Lestoat
Lady Carmilla Sanguina (1561-1757)

Bathed in the blood of her victims to retain her youthful beauty.[12]

#3 Famous Vampre Cards[12]
Carmilla Sanguina - card POAG
Blodwyn Bludd (1923-unknown)

Known as the 'Vampire from the Valleys'. Famous for singing to his victims in a sonorous bass baritone, before biting their necks.[12]

#4 Famous Vampire Cards[12]
Bludd
Count Vlad Drakul (1390-unknown)

Notorious vampire who inspired the fictional Count Draculacreated by Bram Stoker. Father of Vlad the Impaler.[12]

Famous Vampire Cards[12]
Vlad Drakul - card POAG

Famous Goblins Cards

Name Card Text Card Series Image
Eargit the Ugly Goblin representative at 14th century summit of Wizards' Council[12] #1 Famous Goblins Cards[12]
Alguff the Awful Foul-smelling goblin nuisance. Well known throughout the goblin world for trying to sell vials of his sweat to a Dungbomb manufacturer.[12] #2 Famous Goblins Cards[12]
Ug the Unreliable Notorious goblin confidence trickster. Organised the infamous Demiguise Derby and absconded with the takings.[12] #3 Famous Goblins Cards[12]
Urg the Unclean Rebel leader in the 18th century goblin rebellions.[12] #4 Famous Goblins Cards[12]
Gringott Founder of Gringotts wizard bank.[12] #5 Famous Goblin Cards[12]
Gringott-card-POA-PC
Founder of Gringotts wizard bank.[82]
Gringott

Famous Hags Cards

Name Card Text Card Series Image
Babayaga (Medieval, dates unknown)

Russia hag who dwelled in a hut that stood on giant chicken legs. Ate children for breakfast - and presumably for lunch and tea.[12]

#1 Famous Hag Cards[12]
Babayaga
Malodora Grymm (Medieval, dates unknown)

Using a beautification potion to conceal her true hag form, she married a king and used a charmed mirror to reinforce her self-image. Became jealous of the most beautiful girl in the land and fed her a poisoned apple.[12]

#2 Famous Hag Cards[12]
Leticia Somnolens (Medieval, dates unknown)

This spiteful hag was jealous of the king's daughter and caused her to prick her finger on a spindle tainted with a Draught of the Living Death. A young wizard who had smeared his lips with Wiggenweld potion kissed the princess and brought her out of her trance.[12]

#3 Famous Hag Cards[12]
Old Mother Hubbard (Medieval, dates unknown)

Lured stray animals into her home and starved them to death.[12]

#4 Famous Hag Cards[12]
Cordelia Misericordia (1298 - 1401)

Hag representative at 14th century summit of Wizards' Council[12]

#5 Famous Hag Cards[12]

Famous Giants Cards

Name Card Text Card Series Image
Bran the Bloodthirsty (Medieval, dates unknown)

Lived in a castle on top of an enchanted Beanstalk. Apparently fond of eating bread made with ground bones and washed down with the blood of an Englishman. Was slain by a boy named Jack.[12]

#1 Famous Giants Cards[12]
Cyclops (Ancient Greece, dates unknown)

A one-eyed giant who lived in a cave at the foot of Mount Etna. With the help of several sheep, was slain by the Greek hero, Odysseus.[12]

#2 Famous Giants Cards[12]
Cyclops
Goliath (Biblical, dates unknown)

Mercenary giant used by the Philistines in their war with the Israelites. Was slain by a young boy with a slingshot.[12]

#3 Famous Giants Cards[12]
Morholt (Ancient Celtic, dates unknown)

Gigantic brother of the King of Ireland. Wounded Tristan, the Celtic hero, with a poisoned sword when the latter tried to kill him.[12]

#4 Famous Giants Cards[12]
Morholt
Hengist of Upper Barnton (15th century)

Giant killed by the famous giant-slayer Gifford Ollerton.[12]

#5 Famous Giants Cards[12]
Hengist

Dragon Cards

Name Card Text Card Series Image
Common Welsh Green Dragon This breed is among the least troublesome of dragons and actively avoids humans unless provoked. Fire is issued in thin jets.[12] #1 Dragon Cards[12]
Common Welsh Green
Hebridean Black Dragon Britain's other native dragon is more aggressive than its Welsh counterpart and feeds mostly on deer, though it has been known to carry off large dogs.[12] #2 Dragon Cards[12]
Hungarian Horntail Dragon Supposedly the most dangerous of all dragon breeds, the Hungarian Horntail can breathe fire up to fifty feet.[12] #3 Dragon Cards[12]
Romanian Longhorn Dragon The horns of this breed of dragon are highly valued as potion ingredients and as a result, its numbers have fallen in recent years.[12] #4 Dragon Cards[12]
Romanian Longhorn
Norwegian Ridgeback Dragon The Ridgeback is nowadays one of the rarer dragon breeds and has been known to attack most kinds of large land mammal.[12] #5 Dragon Card[12]
Norwegian Ridgeback

Beast Cards

Name Card Text Card Series Image
Imp Found only in Britain and Ireland, the imp has a slapstick sense of humor and will amuse itself by pushing and tripping the unwary.[12] #1 Beast Cards[12]
Doxy Sometimes mistaken for a fairy. Nests in bushes and, if approached, will attempt to bite with its double rows of sharp, venomous teeth.[12] #2 Beast Cards[12]
Bowtruckle A tree-guardian adept at dodging most kinds of charms. May attempt to gouge out your eyes if you approach its tree home in a threatening manner.[12] #3 Beast Cards[12]
Bowtruckle
Billywig Has a long thin sting that casues giddiness followed by levitation. Dried Billywig stings are used in a variety of potions.[12] #4 Beast Cards[12]
Gnome A common garden pest, the gnome lurks in holes in the ground and may run out and attempt to trip up the unwary traveller. Can be ejected from garden by swinging it in circles and flinging it over the garden wall.[12] #5 Beast Cards[12]
Giant Squid The bane of ancient mariners and students at Hogwarts should the latter decide to go for a dip in the lake.[12] #6 Beast Cards[12]
Giant squid
Manticore A rare, dangerous beast, the Manticore has been known to sing softly as it east its prey. Its sting will kill instantaneously.[12] #7 Beast Cards[12]
Manticore
Unicorn The unicorn is a shy creature and generally avoids human contact. It is more likely to let a witch come near it than a wizard and casting magic spells may frighten it off. Its blood has highly magical properties.[12] #8 Beast Cards[12]
Mountain Troll Frequents mountainous regions. Very powerful, but stupid, the troll will attempt to bludgeon anyone who comes near it.[12] #9 Beast Cards[12]
Streeler A large, orange snail with a poisonous shell that should only be handled when wearing protective gloves.[12] #10[12]
Streeler
Giant Purple Toad Likes dead flies and other insects. Has a long, green tongue.[12] #11 Beast Cards[12]
Double-ended Newt Can be purchased from the Magical Menagerie in Diagon Alley. Swims around a lot and likes algae.[12] #12 Beast Cards[12]
Double-ended newts
Gytrash Large dog-like spirit that can be encountered in the Forbidden Forest, either singly or in groups.[12] #13 Beast Card[12]
Gytrash
Kelpie Lurks in rivers and streams and will kneel in invitation for anyone to ride it across. If this is attempted, the Kelpie will drag the rider underwater and attempt to eat them.[12] #14 Beast Card[12]
Phoenix A gentle creature, the phoenix lives to an immense age because it can regenerate each time it bursts into flames. Phoenix song is magical and its tears have healing properties.[12] #15 Beast Cards[12]

Famous Quidditch Player Cards

Name Card Text Card Series Image
The Australian World Cup Quidditch team
Matthew Echunga Matthew Echunga (M)

Chaser
The Australian World Cup Quidditch Team[83]

Card 11[83]
Matthew Echunga - card HBP-NDS
Kenneth Hastings Kenneth Hastings (M)

Chaser
The Australian World Cup Quidditch Team[83]

Card 7[83]
Kenneth Hastings - card HBP-NDS
Lucy Karoonda Lucy 'Lucky' Karoonda (Captain) (F)

Seeker
The Australian World Cup Quidditch Team[83]

Card 8[83]
Lucy Karoonda - card HBP-NDS
Kylie Meadows Kylie Meadows (F)

Beater
The Australian World Cup Quidditch Team[83]

Card 12[83]
Kylie Meadows - card HBP-NDS
Maria Monteith Maria Monteith (F)

Chaser
The Australian World Cup Quidditch Team[83]

Card 9[83]
Maria Monteith - card HBP-NDS
Jonny Nuhaka Jonny Nuhaka (M)

Keeper
The Australian World Cup Quidditch Team[83]

Card 13[83]
Jonny Nuhaka - card HBP-NDS
Kelly Whakkaarangapawarau Kelly Whakkaarangapawarau (F)

Beater
The Australian World Cup Quidditch Team[83]

Card 10[83]
Kelly Whakkaarangapawarau - card HBP-NDS
The Bulgarian World Cup Quidditch team
Vasily Dimitrov Vasily Dimitrov (Captain) (M)

Chaser
The Bulgarian World Cup Quidditch Team[83]

Card 5[83]
Vasily Dimitrov - card HBP-NDS
Viktor Krum Viktor Krum (M)

Seeker
The Bulgarian World Cup Quidditch Team[83]

Card 6[83]
Viktor Krum - card HBP-NDS
Alexei Levski Alexei Levski (M)

Chaser
The Bulgarian World Cup Quidditch Team[83]

Card 0[83]
Alexei Levski - card HBP-NDS
Ivan Volkov Ivan Volkov (M)

Beater
The Bulgarian World Cup Quidditch Team[83]

Card 3[83]
Ivan Volkov - card HBP-NDS
The English World Cup Quidditch team
Indira Choudry Indira Choudry (F)

Beater
The English World Cup Quidditch Team[83]

Card 18[83]
Indira Choudry - card HBP-NDS
Keaton Flitney Keaton Flitney (M)

Chaser
The English World Cup Quidditch Team[83]

Card 20[83]
Keaton Flitney - card HBP-NDS
Dawn Withey Dawn Withey (F)

Beater
The English World Cup Quidditch Team[83]

Card 19[83]
Dawn Withey - card HBP-NDS
The German World Cup Quidditch team
Kursten Blijk Kursten Blijk (F)

Chaser
The German World Cup Quidditch Team[83]

Card 26[83]
Kursten Blijk - card HBP-NDS
Elena Eldritch Elena Eldritch (F)

Beater
The German World Cup Quidditch Team[83]

Card 24[83]
Elena Eldritch - card HBP-NDS
Konrad Weiss Konrad Weiss (M)

Seeker
The German World Cup Quidditch Team[83]

Card 27[83]
Konrad Weiss - card HBP-NDS
Katrina von Glockenspieler Katrina von Glockenspieler (Captain) (F)

Beater
The German World Cup Quidditch Team[83]

Card 23[83]
Katrina von Glockenspieler - card HBP-NDS
Hermann Wiel Hermann Wiel (M)

Keeper
The German World Cup Quidditch Team[83]

Card 21[83]
Hermann Wiel - card HBP-NDS
The Japanese World Cup Quidditch team
Minaka Hirakata Minaka Hirakata (F)

Beater
The Japanese World Cup Quidditch Team[83]

Card 30[83]
Minaka Hirakata - card HBP-NDS
Tamotsu Iwamoto Tamotsu Iwamoto (M)

Keeper
The Japanese World Cup Quidditch Team[83]

Card 28[83]
Tamotsu Iwamoto - card HBP-NDS
Noriyuki Sato Noriyuki Sato (M)

Chaser
The Japanese World Cup Quidditch Team[83]

Card 33[83]
Noriyuki Sato - card HBP-NDS
Yoshihiro Suzuki Yoshihiro Suzuki (M)

Chaser
The Japanese World Cup Quidditch Team[83]

Card 29[83]
Yoshihiro Suzuki - card HBP-NDS
Keiko Takahashi Keiko Takahashi (F)

Beater
The Japanese World Cup Quidditch Team[83]

Card 34[83]
Keiko Takahashi - card HBP-NDS
Ryotaro Tanaka Ryotaro Tanaka (Captain) (M)

Chaser
The Japanese World Cup Quidditch Team[83]

Card 32[83]
Ryotaro Tanaka - card HBP-NDS
Shizuka Watanabe Shizuka Watanabe (F)

Seeker
The Japanese World Cup Quidditch Team[83]

Card 31[83]
Shizuka Watanabe - card HBP-NDS
The Nordic World Cup Quidditch team
Olaf Andersen Olaf Andersen (M)

Chaser
The Nordic World Cup Quidditch Team[83]

Card 39[83]
Olaf Andersen - card HBP-NDS
Lorre Gustafson Lorre Gustafson (F)

Chaser
The Nordic World Cup Quidditch Team[83]

Card 35[83]
Lorre Gustafson - card HBP-NDS
Peter Hansen Peter Hansen (M)

Chaser
The Nordic World Cup Quidditch Team[83]

Card 36[83]
Peter Hansen - card HBP-NDS
Martin Helstrom Martin Helstrom (M)

Keeper
The Nordic World Cup Quidditch Team[83]

Card 41[83]
Martin Helstrom - card HBP-NDS
Asgeir Knutsen Asgeir Knutsen (F)

Beater
The Nordic World Cup Quidditch Team[83]

Card 37[83]
Asgeir Knutsen - card HBP-NDS
Tina Lundstrom Tina Lundstrom (Captain) (F)

Seeker
The Nordic World Cup Quidditch Team[83]

Card 38[83]
Tina Lundstrom - card HBP-NDS
Asgard Pettersson Asgard Pettersson (M)

Beater
The Nordic World Cup Quidditch Team[83]

Card 40[83]
Asgard Pettersson - card HBP-NDS
The Spanish World Cup Quidditch team
Chavelle Arbelo Cartaya Chavelle Arbelo Cartaya (F)

Chaser
The Spanish World Cup Quidditch Team[83]

Card 48[83]
Chavelle Arbelo Cartaya - card HBP-NDS
Sendelina de la Felino Sendelina de la Felino (F)

Keeper
The Spanish World Cup Quidditch Team[83]

Card 46[83]
Sendelina de la Felino - card HBP-NDS
Carmen Garcia Carmen Garcia (F)

Chaser
The Spanish World Cup Quidditch Team[83]

Card 45[83]
Carmen Garcia - card HBP-NDS
Inigo Fuente Marrero Inigo Fuente Marrero (M)

Seeker
The Spanish World Cup Quidditch Team[83]

Card 43[83]
Inigo Fuente Marrero - card HBP-NDS
Tiago Montoya Tiago Montoya (M)

Beater
The Spanish World Cup Quidditch Team[83]

Card 44[83]
Tiago Montoya - card HBP-NDS
The USA World Cup Quidditch team
Gianni Fedele Gianni Fedele (M)

Chaser
The USA World Cup Quidditch Team[83]

Card 54[83]
Gianni Fedele - card HBP-NDS
Debbie Muntz Debbie Muntz (F)

Chaser
The USA World Cup Quidditch Team[83]

Card 53[83]
Debbie Muntz - card HBP-NDS
Ariel Singleton Ariel 'Speedy' Singleton (F)

Seeker
The USA World Cup Quidditch Team[83]

Card 55[83]
Ariel Singleton - card HBP-NDS

In The Games

Chocolate frog cards make frequent appearances in the videogame tie-ins for Harry Potter as collectables. They are collected in the Folio Magi.

Collecting cards has differing effects on Harry depending on the game. In Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets collecting enough Bronze cards grants Harry increased stamina, while the Silver cards grant access to the Gold Card challenge room where Harry can collect special gold cards.

In Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban the cards no longer bestow bonuses on Harry. Instead, the Folio Magi has been broadened into the Folio Universitas and divided into several groups, including Beasts, Witches, Wizards, Vampires, Dragons, Quiddich players, Goblins, Hags, as well as the four Hogwarts founders.

Famous Wizards Cards
No. Name Information
01 Fulbert the Fearful Hogwarts Express, your very first Card
02 Ethelred the Ever-Ready Buy from Wizard Cards seller
03 Crispin Cronk Buy from Wizard Cards seller
04 Edgar Stroulger Buy from Wizard Cards seller
05 Oswald Beamish Buy from Wizard Cards seller
06 Norvel Twonk Buy from Wizard Cards seller
07 Grogan Stump Buy from Fred and George’s
08 Glanmore Peakes Buy from Wizard Cards seller
09 Wilfred Elphick Buy from Wizard Cards seller
10 Professor Armando Dippet When Rescuing Buckbeak
11 Mungo Bonham Buy from Wizard Cards seller
12 Dzou Yen Buy from Wizard Cards seller
13 Falco Aesalon The Library, on the Quest to find a book
14 Thaddeus Thurkell Buy from Wizard Cards seller
15 Harry Potter From Fred and George’s (for free)
Famous Witches Cards
No. Name Information
01 Beatrix Bloxam Buy from Wizard Cards seller
02 Dymphna Furmage Buy from Wizard Cards seller
03 Honoria Nutcombe Anti-Dementor Lesson
04 Wendelin the Weird Buy from Wizard Cards seller
05 Jocunda Sykes Buy from Wizard Cards seller
06 Carlotta Pinkstone Buy from Wizard Cards seller
07 Dorcas Wellbeloved Buy from Fred and George’s
08 Elfrida Clagg Buy from Wizard Cards seller
09 Sacharissa Tugwood When rescuing Ron
10 Ignatia Wildsmith When Rescuing Buckbeak
11 Hesper Starkey Buy from Fred and George’s
12 Cliodna Buy from Wizard Cards seller
13 Mirabella Plunkett Buy from Fred and George’s
14 Morgan Le Fay Buy from Wizard Cards seller
15 Gunhilda of Gorsemoor Buy from Fred and George’s
Quidditch Cards, Hippogriff Riding
No. Name
01 Jocelind Wadcock
02 Gwenog Jones
03 Cyprian Youdle
04 Roderick Plumpton
05 Bowman Wright
Famous Vampire Cards, Carpe Retractum Challenge
No. Name
01 Sir Herbert Varney
02 Amarillo Lestoat
03 Lady Carmilla Sanguina
04 Blodwyn Bludd
05 Count Vlad Drakul
Famous Goblin Cards, Glacius Challenge
No. Name
01 Eargit the Ugly
02 Alguff the Awful
03 Ug the Unreliable
04 Urg the Unclean
05 Gringott
Famous Hags Cards, Monster Book of Monsters Mini-Game
No. Name
01 Babayaga
02 Malodora Grymm
03 Leticia Somnolens
04 Old Mother Hubbard
05 Cordelia Misericordia
Famous Giants Cards, Pixies Mini-Game
No. Name
01 Bran the Bloodthirsty
02 Cyclops
03 Goliath
04 Morholt
05 Hengist of Upper Barnton
Famous Dragon Cards, Draconifors-Lapifors Challenge
No. Name
01 Common Welsh Green Dragon
02 Hebridean Black Dragon
03 Hungarian Horntail Dragon
04 Romanian Longhorn Dragon
05 Norwegian Ridgeback Dragon
Beast Cards
No. Name Information
01 Imp Inside Leopoldina Smethwyck's portrait on the 7th floor
02 Doxy Inside Mopsus's Portrait in the Dungeons
03 Bowtruckle Inside Gloper Hipworth's Portrait in the Dungeons
04 Billywig Inside Tilly Toke's Portrait on the 1st Floor
05 Gnome Inside Hesper Starkey's Portrait on the 2nd floor
06 Giant Squid Inside Bertie Bott's Portrait on the 4th floor
07 Manticore Inside Derwent Shimpling's Portrait on the 5th floor
08 Unicorn Inside Bridget Wenlock's Portrait on the 6th floor
09 Mountain Troll Buy from Fred and George's
10 Streeler Buy from Fred and George’s
11 Giant Purple Toad Castle Grounds
12 Double-ended Newt Castle Grounds
13 Gytrash Castle Grounds
14 Kelpie Castle Grounds, behind Hagrid's Hut
15 Phoenix Castle Grounds, use Depulso on the 4 animal switches
Bonus Cards, 4th Round in the Bean Bonus Room
(Harry automatically enters this area after obtaining the Harry Potter Card)
No. Name
01 Godric Gryffindor
02 Rowena Ravenclaw
03 Helga Hufflepuff
04 Salazar Slytherin
05 Albus Dumbledore

Behind the scenes

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  • The appearance of Chocolate Frog Cards varies throughout the series. In the films, they are pentagonal and always dark blue or purple, a design also used in most other adaptations, such as the video games and most real-life versions of the cards. On Pottermore, however, the cards are shaped more like traditional trading cards, and each unique card is a different colour.
  • The first Chocolate Frog card mentioned in the series was Albus Dumbledore's. Harry Potter received it on his first trip to Hogwarts, and it later provided a vital clue as to the identity of Nicolas Flamel and the truth about the Philosopher's Stone. Dumbledore's card also provides a vital clue in the seventh book, when Grindelwald, who was first mentioned in the first book, and his relationship to Dumbledore is explained in detail.
  • During his first trip to Hogwarts, Ron Weasley tells Harry Potter the only cards he does not have are Cornelius Agrippa's and Ptolemy's.
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  • J. K. Rowling wrote the original 101 Bronze, Silver, and Gold Famous Witches And Wizards Cards herself for EA Games, and as such, they can be considered first-tier canon and shed a significant amount of light on the history of the wizarding world.[84] Having said that, a few elements remain contradictory, notably Adalbert Waffling's listed 1899 birthdate, which was overridden in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows by his already-established notoriety and correspondence with the student-age Dumbledore in the 1890s.
  • 101 different cards can be collected and examined over the course of the Philosopher's Stone (PS2 edition) and Chamber of Secrets (PC/Gamecube/PS2/Xbox editions) games. It should be noted that the other versions, such as the GBC and GBA versions of Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone (video game), Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (video game), and the Prisoner of Azkaban game all have altered card sets and/or reduced amount of total cards.
    • In the PS2 version of Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone (video game), the full 101 cards are available to collect and feature their Bronze, Silver, and Gold borders.[85]
    • In the PC version of Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone (video game) , there are 25 cards to collect which are taken from the full 101 cards, but feature gold borders and some differing text.[86]
    • In the PS1 version of Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone (video game), there are 18 cards to collect which are taken from the full 101 cards, but all feature gold borders.[87]
    • In the GBC version of Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone (video game) there are 101 cards to collect, which feature different and simplified art and are separated into series of Alchemy, Charms, Curses, Protection, Divination, Generalist, Healing, Hogwarts, Musician, Quidditch, and Transfiguration cards.[88]
    • In the GBA version of Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone (video game), there are 16 cards to collect. They all have gold borders, no numbers, and just a name and dates.[89]
    • In the PC, GameCube, & XBox versions of Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (video game), there are 101 cards to collect, which feature the Bronze, Silver, and Gold borders, although some card text differs slightly between versions.[90][3][8]
    • In the PS1 version of Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (video game), there are 24 cards to collect that derive from the 101 cards, but lack the numbers and some have different coloured borders and slightly altered text.[91]
    • In the GBC version of Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (video game), there are 101 cards to collect, which feature different and simplified art, a new numbering system, and are separated into series of Alchemy, Charms, Curses, Protection, Divination, Generalist, Healing, Hogwarts, Musician, Quidditch, and Transfiguration cards. You start with a selection of cards based on your choice of a Merlin Deck or Morgan le Fay Deck.[92]
    • In the GBA version of Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (video game), there are 25 cards to collect that derive from the 101 cards, but all have gold borders.[93]
    • In the PC version of Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (video game), there are 80 cards to collect and are separated into 15 Famous Wizards, 15 Famous Witches, 5 Quidditch, 5 Famous Vampires, 5 Famous Goblins, 5 Famous Hags, 5 Famous Giants, 5 Dragons, 15 Beasts, and 5 Bonus card series. Most of these feature new text and artwork compared to the original 101 cards, although the text and some art for the Wizards and Witches cards are preserved.[12]
    • The the Xbox and PS2 version of Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (video game), there are 50 cards to collect in ten sets of 5 cards each: Witches, Wizards, Vampires, Goblins, Hags, Giants, Dragons, Beasts, Classic Beasts, and Quidditch. Most of the text aligns with the PC version, although some of the art differs.[82][94]
    • In the GBA version of Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (video game), there are 51 cards to collect and are arranged into 10 Jinx, 10 Defense/Protection, 10 General, 10 Hogwarts/Instruction, 10 Quidditch, and 1 Special card series. While the text largely conforms with the PC version some different cards are taken from the original 101 for this version and feature new art.[41]
    • In the GBA version of Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (video game), Chocolate Frog Cards are used for playing exploding snap.[95]
    • These cards can be brought through purchase from Fred and George with Bertie Bott's beans, trading doubles with other students, discovering them in chests hidden throughout Hogwarts and other places in the wizarding world (some of which need to be unlocked with varying spells), receiving them as rewards for finding and returning lost property and winning them in games and broom races with other students.
    • In the PS2 version of the first game, multiple copies of each card can be obtained through some luck via trading and from wizard card packs. However, in the second game, the placement/locations of all the cards like with the original PS1 versions tends to be more consistent, as they all are set with the same objectives for receiving them in each playthrough and as well as in the case of Chamber of Secrets, the trading tends to be more specific in terms of which certain NPCs give which cards, and which cards can have two copies to allow trading. Only 100 cards are oddly available in the console version of the third game however, as well as including records of beasts and giants all while removing a few previous cards (and changing some of the artwork).
    • A glitch can occur in the Xbox/Gamecube version of the Chamber of Secrets game in that the player, by re-visiting Moaning Myrtle's Bathroom once per day (as soon as it's been made available after a certain point of the game; and not during the night), can reopen a certain chest (which requires Skurge to unlock) to receive multiple copies of Godric Gryffindor's card, despite the fact that it is not one of the cards programed in the game for trading. This can also apply to the Merwyn the Malicious card, only since it is received from the Library, it can be "cloned" during the day or the night (and for that card, the player must know Incendio first in order to access the room that contains its chest).
    • The GBC and GBA version of Philosopher's Stone video game and the GBA version of Prisoner of Azkaban are the only Harry Potter games so far that have Chocolate Frogs included with the cards as a single item, or to have cards received from a Chocolate Frog in some way.
      • In both the GBC Philosopher's Stone and GBA Prisoner of Azkaban, Chocolate Frogs count as items that give Famous Witches and Wizard Cards if they are selected to be eaten from the inventory, and only in GBA Prisoner of Azkaban do all cards, even if found from chests, have their sprite included with a Chocolate Frog.
      • Both the Chocolate Frog and Wizard Cards share one trait, which is to increase Harry's stamina bar in the console version video games (as well as Ron and Hermione's in Prisoner of Azkaban). However, this differs; Wizard Cards only in the second game and third games boost stamina bars, while only in the GBA version of the second game do Chocolate Frogs do so.
  • J.K. Rowling has stated that as both Albus Dumbledore and Ronald Weasley are on Chocolate frog cards, they both consider it their greatest achievement.
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    Chocolate Frog Cards of Rowena Ravenclaw & Helga Hufflepuff from "The Warner Bros. Studio Tour London - The Making of Harry Potter"

  • Although modern wizards such as Bertie Bott, Albus Dumbledore and Harry Potter appear on cards, as do historical dark wizards such as Herpo the Foul and Merwyn the Malicious, modern dark wizards Gellert Grindelwald and Lord Voldemort do not. In the case of the latter two, it could be that the authors of the cards were aware of how offensive such cards may have been.
  • In Pottermore, users can collect cards throughout each chapter.
  • In the video games, certain combinations of cards are required to cast spells such as the Tempest Jinx.
  • In the video games, these are often stored in various Folios such as the Folio Magi or the Folio Triplicus. The Folio Brevis was also intended as one such Folio, but was cut.
  • In the Chamber of Secrets PC game, once all Silver wizarding cards are collected, then a chamber can be unlocked which allows Harry to collect all of the Gold wizarding cards (one of which is of Harry himself).
    • In all of the games Harry's card is the last to be collected and is treated as a special achievement.
      • The last Gold Wizard Card is Harry's in the PC game, with the special effect of stars coming from his wand tip and fireworks going off behind him.
      • In the PC port of Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban Harry's card is unlocked after collecting all other Wizard cards in the Folio Universitas. Doing so also unlocks the Bean Bonus Room with an unlimited timer.
  • Prior to the appearance of Kingsley Shacklebolt using his Patronus for communication in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, there was a fan theory that members of the Order of the Phoenix used Chocolate Frog Cards as a secret means of communication. Though incorrect, the theory gained enough popular traction for J. K. Rowling to address it in the Rumours section of her official website. She stated that it was such a great idea that she was of two minds about whether to shoot it down, but noted that any object that could be carried on the person would be vulnerable to loss, destruction, or trickery.[96] Notably, this same sort of issue was a flaw of the fake Galleons used by Dumbledore's Army. As most members did not continue carry the coins after the end of the 1995-1996 school year, only Neville Longbottom and Luna Lovegood answered the call when the coins were activated prior to the Battle of the Astronomy Tower on 30 June 1997.[97]
  • Cards for the four founders of Hogwarts, and Albus Dumbldore, can be collected in real life by buying Chocolate Frogs from Honeydukes in the Universal Studios's Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Orlando, Florida and Hollywood, California. The characters appear as lenticular 3D images.
  • Other versions of cards can be collected in Chocolate Frog packs sold by Jellybelly, or by Marks & Spencer in the UK.

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Gold cards:

Armando Dippet · Albus Dumbledore · Barberus Bragge · Bertie Bott · Carlotta Pinkstone · Dzou Yen · Godric Gryffindor · Hermione Granger · Herpo the Foul · Helga Hufflepuff · Harry Potter · Montague Knightley · Phillipus von Hohenheim · Roderick Plumpton · Rowena Ravenclaw · Ronald Weasley · Salazar Slytherin

Silver cards:

Alberic Grunnion · Alberta Toothill · Andros the Invincible · Artemisia Lufkin · Blenheim Stalk · Bowman Wright · Chauncey Oldridge · Circe · Cliodna · Crispin Cronk · Cyprian Youdle · Daisy Dodderidge · Derwent Shimpling · Donaghan Tremlett · Dunbar Oglethorpe · Dymphna Furmage · Elfrida Clagg · Felix Summerbee · Fulbert the Fearful · Gaspard Shingleton · Gideon Crumb · Glenda Chittock · Gondoline Oliphant · Gregory the Smarmy · Gwenog Jones · Honoria Nutcombe · Ignatia Wildsmith · Joscelind Wadcock · Kirley Duke · Laverne de Montmorency · Leopoldina Smethwyck · Maeve · Mirabella Plunkett · Mopsus · Morgan le Fay · Oswald Beamish · Sacharissa Tugwood · Thaddeus Thurkell · Thurkell brothers · Wendelin the Weird · Xavier Rastrick

Bronze cards:

Adalbert Waffling · Almerick Sawbridge · Archibald Alderton · Balfour Blane · Beatrix Bloxam · Beaumont Marjoribanks · Bridget Wenlock · Burdock Muldoon · Cassandra Vablatsky · Celestina Warbeck · Cornelius Agrippa · Devlin Whitehorn · Dorcas Wellbeloved · Edgar Stroulger · Elladora Ketteridge · Ethelred the Ever-Ready · Flavius Belby · Gifford Ollerton · Glanmore Peakes · Glover Hipworth · Greta Catchlove · Grogan Stump · Gulliver Pokeby · Gunhilda of Gorsemoor · Havelock Sweeting · Hengist of Woodcroft · Heathcote Barbary · Herman Wintringham · Hesper Starkey · Jocunda Sykes · Justus Pilliwickle · Merlin · Merton Graves · Merwyn the Malicious · Miranda Goshawk · Mungo Bonham · Musidora Barkwith · Myron Wagtail · Newton Scamander · Norvel Twonk · Orsino Thruston · Perpetua Fancourt · Quong Po · Roland Kegg · Stoddard Withers · Tilly Toke · Uric the Oddball · Yardley Platt

Famous Vampires cards:

Blodwyn Bludd · Vlad Drakul · Amarillo Lestoat · Carmilla Sanguina · Herbert Varney

Famous Hags cards:

Babayaga · Malodora Grymm · Old Mother Hubbard · Cordelia Misericordia · Leticia Somnolens

Famous Giants cards:

Bran the Bloodthirsty · Cyclops · Goliath · Morholt · Hengist of Upper Barnton

Famous Goblins cards:

Alguff the Awful · Eargit the Ugly · Gringott · Ug the Unreliable · Urg the Unclean

Dragon cards:

Common Welsh Green · Hebridean Black · Hungarian Horntail · Norwegian Ridgeback · Romanian Longhorn

Beast cards:

Billywig · Bowtruckle · Doxy · Double-ended Newt · Giant Purple Toad · Giant Squid · Gnome · Gytrash · Imp · Kelpie · Manticore · Mountain Troll · Streeler · Phoenix · Unicorn