HP and Chamber of Secrets for PC. Cards (3)

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On this page there are cards from the levels: Spongify, Forbidden Forest, Chamber of Secrets, Prize Room.

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Spongify Challenge (4 4)

Bronze №1

Merlin, Medieval, dates unknown.
Most famous wizard of all time. Sometimes known as the Prince of Enchanters. Part of the Court of King Arthur.
№1 Search
The hiding place is in the upper niche, in the 1st hall.

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.

№92 Search

Hiding place in hiding place No. 1


Silver №92

Bronze №81

Quong Po, 1443 – 1539.
Chinese wizard who discovered the uses of powdered Fireball eggs.

№81 Search
A hiding place in the hall with imps.

Dymphna Furmage, 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.

№98 Search

The basement in the hall with 4 crabs.

Silver №98

Silver №52

Felix Summerbee, 1447 – 1508.
Inventor of Cheering Charms.

№52 Search
The basement in the art gallery.

Alberic Grunnion, 1803 – 1882.
Inventor of the Dungbomb.

№97 Search

A hiding place in the hall with an owl and a pixie.

Silver №97

Bronze №88

Celestina Warbeck, 1917-present.
Popular singing sorceress.

№88 Location
A chest in the hall with a sliding bridge.

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.

№96 Search

A niche at the top above the spider.

Bronze №96



Forbidden Forest (4 2)



Silver №16

Cliodne, Medieval, dates unknown.
Irish druidess who discovered properties of moondew.

№16 Search
A hiding place when crossing two logs.

Gifford Ollerton, 1390 – 1441.
Famous giant-slayer. Killed the giant Hengist of Upper Barnton.

№57 Location

A ledge on the trunk of a tree.

Bronze №57

Silver №65

Gondoline Oliphant, 1720 – 1799.
Famous for studies of life and habits of trolls. Clubbed to death in the Cotswolds while sketching.

№65 Search
A cache for three dead spiders.

Perpetua Fancourt, 1900 – 1991.
Witch who invented the Lunascope.

№25 Location

The passage in the rocks.

Bronze №25

Bronze №86

Dorcas Wellbeloved, 1812 – 1904.
Founder of the Society for Distressed Witches.

№86 Location
A chest behind a cobweb in a niche.

Newt Scamander, 1897-present.
Celebrated author of ‘Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them’.

№19 Location

Crossing the log.

Bronze №19



Chamber of Secrets (1 0)


Bronze №91

Wilfred Elphick, 1112 – 1199.
First wizard to be gored by an African Erumpent.

№91 Location
The beam above the hatch in the floor.



Prize Room (0 0 11)


Bertie Bott, 1935-present.
Inventor of Bertie Bott’s Every Flavour Beans.

№69 Location

A room with four crabs.

Gold №69


Gold №101

Albus Dumbledore.
Headmaster of Hogwarts.

№101 Location
A tower with floating steps.

Godric Gryffindor, Medieval, dates unknown.
Co-founder of Hogwarts. Gave his name to one of the four Hogwarts houses.

№41 Location
A hall with a rising platform.

Gold №41

Gold №11

Herpo the Foul, Ancient Greek.
First known creator of the basilisk.

№11 Location
A hall with a green substance.

Salazar Slytherin, Medieval, dates unknown.
Co-founder of Hogwarts. Gave his name to one of the four Hogwarts Houses.

№48 Location

A path with two crabs.

Gold №48


Gold №72

Helga Hufflepuff, Medieval, dates unknown.
Co-founder of Hogwarts. Gave her name to one of the four Hogwarts houses.

№72 Location
An empty path.

Montague Knightley, 1506 – 1588.
Wizard Chess Champion.

№74 Location

A hall with emerging steps.

Gold №74


Gold №15

Paracelsus, 1493-1541.
Contemporary of Copernicus and Leonardo Da Vinci, a medical genius whose bold theories Challenged medieval thought. Credited with discovering Parseltongue.

№15 Location
A hall with a pyramid of blocks.

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.

№40 Location

An empty path.

Gold №40

Gold №82

Rowena Ravenclaw, Medieval, dates unknown.
Co-founder of Hogwarts. Gave her name to one of the four Hogwarts houses.

№82 Location
A quest of blocks and rising steps.

Harry Potter.
The boy who lived.

№100 Location

The last hall.

Gold №100


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