|"Then there were doors that weren't really doors at all, but solid walls just pretending."
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- "This is a Folio Bruti, the Book of Beasts. This book shows the name and appearance of each beast you may encounter in your adventures. The Folio Bruti will teach you their strengths and weaknesses."
In 1992, Arthur Weasley gave one to Harry Potter and taught him the Informous Charm (a charm that is used to complete the Folio Bruti), as a reward for de-gnoming the garden. In 1993, Professor Remus Lupin gave Harry Potter a Folio Bruti. There was no use of the Informous Charm, because the pages already existed. They were scattered all around Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, Harry had to find them, along with Hermione Granger and Ron Weasley.
- Arthur Weasley's Muggle artefacts
- Attic Ghoul
- Baby Mandrake
- Bowtruckle (separate entry for oak-dwelling variety)
- Charmed Skeleton
- Cornish Pixie
- Doxy (separate entry for queens)
- Fire crab (separate entries for ruby, sapphire, and emerald shelled varieties)
- Fire Seed Bush
- Flesh-Eating Slug
- Flying Book
- Flying Seahorse
- Frogs and toads
- Garden gnome
- Loose Hand
- Red Cap (separate entry for armoured variety)
- Suit of armour
- Venomous Tentacula
- Wild rooster
- Willow Branch
Behind the scenes
- Although it is called the "book of beasts", some editions of the Folio Bruti also include Beings, Spirits, non-magical animals, plants, and even enchanted objexcts.
- Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone (video game) (PS2 version only)
- Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (video game) (GBC and PC versions only)
- Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (video game) (GBA and PS2 versions only)
Notes and references
- ↑ Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone (video game) - PS2 version