On this page there are cards from the levels: Surroundings during the day, Surroundings at night, Main entrance and corridor, Grand Staircase.
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Surroundings during the day (3 2)
Norvel Twonk, 1888 – 1957.
Died saving a non-magical child from a runaway Manticore. Posthumously awarded the Order of Merlin, First Class.
A hiding place at the entrance to Diffindo.
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.
Cyprian Youdle, 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.
A hiding place, a button above the entrance to the greenhouses.
Gulliver Pokeby, 1750 – 1839.
Expert on magical birds. First to identify meaning of Augurey song.
Chest in the niche to the greenhouse.
Beaumont Marjoribanks, 1742 – 1845.
Pioneer of Herbology and collector of many rare and magical flowers. Discovered Gillyweed.
The chest is in a niche behind the greenhouse.
Surroundings at night (2 2)
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).
A hiding place near the stadium.
Jocunda Sykes, 1915-present.
Famous for flying across the Atlantic on a broomstick -the first person to do so.
You need to jump from the mat, to the left of the entrance.
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).
The hiding place is at the top of the wall, to the right of the entrance.
Havelock Sweeting, 1634 – 1710.
Unicorn expert. Helped set up unicorn reservations throughout Britain.
The stump at Hagrid’s hut.
Main entrance and corridor (3 8)
Gunhilda of Gorsemoor, 1556 – 1639.
One-eyed, hump-backed witch famous for developing a cure for Dragon pox.
Laverne de Montmorency, 1823 – 1893.
Inventor of many Love Potions.
Rising steps, a button in the cache.
Gaspard Shingleton, 1959-present.
Celebrated inventor of the Self-Stirring Cauldron.
A hiding place behind bars.
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 (the book indicated that 47 times or not 😉 ).
Hiding place under the floor.
Lobby in the hallway
Bowman Wright, 1492 – 1560.
Famous for developing the Golden Snitch.
A hiding place behind a mirror with cobwebs.
Mopsus, Ancient Greek.
Soothsayer who vanquished the Seer Calchas in a contest of their powers.
A hiding place at the Prize-giving Hall, a failure in the Dungeon.
Archibald Alderton, 1568 – 1623.
Famous for blowing up the hamlet of Little Dropping in Hampshire whilst attempting to magically mix a birthday cake.
A chest above the landing.
Almerick Sawbridge, 1602 – 1699.
Famous for conquering the river troll that was terrorising those trying to cross the Wye River. The river troll in question was believed to be one of the largest ever to exist in Britain; having a weight of one tonne.
The chest is in the living room.
Gwenog Jones, 1968-present.
Captain and Beater of only all-female national Quidditch Team, the Holyhead Harpies.
A hiding place under the tower.
Andros the Invincible, Ancient Greek.
Alleged to have been the only known wizard to produce a Patronus the size of a giant.
The hiding place behind the statue.
Daisy Dodderidge, 1467 – 1555.
First landlady of the Leaky Cauldron.
The hiding place behind the button on the wall.
Grand Staircase (7 5)
Ethelred the Ever-Ready, Medieval, dates unknown.
Famous for taking offence at nothing and cursing innocent bystanders. Died in Gaol.
A chest under the stairs.
Alberta Toothill, 1391 – 1483.
Winner of the All-England Wizarding Duelling Competition of 1430. Famously overcame the favourite, Samson Wiblin, with a Blasting Curse.
Jump from the mat under the dome.
Balfour Blane, 1566 – 1629.
Established the Committee on Experimental Charms.
Cassandra Vablatsky, 1894 – 1997.
Celebrated Seer and author of ‘Unfogging the Future’.
Burdock Muldoon, 1429 – 1490.
Chief of Wizard’s Council 1448-50.
Dumbledore’s office (in the trunk).
Oswald Beamish, 1850 – 1932.
Pioneer of Goblin Rights.
Dumbledore’s office, 2nd floor, hiding place with elevator.
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 Ackerly Town Hall.
Artemisia Lufkin, 1754 – 1825.
First witch to become Minister for Magic.
Flight from the 4th floor to the hiding place.
Legendary witch who trained young sorcerers in Ireland prior to the establishment of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.
The basement under the infirmary, Flipendo on 4 paintings.
Glover Hipworth, 1742 – 1805.
Inventor of the Pepperup Potion, cure for the common cold.
Step ledge in the passage.
Mungo Bonham, 1560 – 1659.
Famous wizard healer. Founded Saint Mungo’s Hospital for Magical Ailments and Injuries.
Madam Pomfrey’s office.
Chauncey Oldridge, 1342 – 1379.
First known victim of Dragon Pox.
Madam Pomfrey’s office, the top hiding place with a button on the floor.
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