HP and Prisoner of Azkaban for PC. Cards. Part 2


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On this page there are cards from the categories: Famous Witches, Famous Hags.

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Famous Wizards Cards (15) Bonus Cards (5)
Famous Witches Cards (15) Famous Hags Cards (5)
Beast Cards (15) Famous Giants Cards (5)
Famous Vampires Cards (5) Dragon Cards (5)
Famous Goblins Cards (5) Quidditch Cards (5)

Famous Witches Cards (15)

Black No. 1 1. Beatrix Bloxam (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.
No. 1 Price: 25 beans Buying from students
2. 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. Black No. 2
Buying from students No. 2 Price: 50 beans
Black No. 3 3. Honoria Nutcombe (1665-1743). Founded the Society for the Reformation of Hags.
No. 3 Location Anti-dementor lesson
4. Wendelin the Weird (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. Black No. 4
Buying from students No. 4 Price: 75 beans
Black No. 5 5. Jocunda Sykes (1915-present). Famous for flying across the Atlantic on a broomstick -the first person to do so.
No. 5 Price: 200 beans Buying from students
6. Carlotta Pinkstone (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. Black No. 6
Buying from students No. 6 Price: 100 beans
Black No. 7 7. Dorcas Wellbeloved (1812-1904). Founder of the Society for Distressed Witches.
No. 7 Price: 175 beans Buying from students
8. Elfrida Clagg (1612-1687). Chieftainess of Warlock’s Council. Black No. 8
Buying from students No. 8 Price: 125 beans
Black No. 9 9. Sacharissa Tugwood (1874-1966). Pioneer of Beautifying Potions. Discovered the pimple-curing properties of Bubotuber Pus.
No. 9 Location Entering the Shrieking Hut
10. Ignatia Wildsmith (1227-1320). Witch who invented Floo powder. Black No. 10
Buying from students No. 10 Price: 10 Pumpkin Pasties
Black No. 11 11. Hesper Starkey (1881-1973). Witch who studied the use of phases of the moon in potion-making.
No. 11 Price: 125 beans Fred and George’s Shop
12. Cliodne (Medieval, dates unknown). Irish druidess who discovered properties of Moondew. Black No. 12
Buying from students No. 12 Price: 30 Pumpkin Pasties
Black No. 13 13. 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.
No. 13 Price: 25 Pumpkin Pasties Fred and George’s Shop
14. Morgan le Fay (Medieval, dates unknown). King Arthur’s half sister. Dark sorceress. Enemy of Merlin. Black No. 14
Buying from students No. 14 Price: 50 Pumpkin Pasties
Black No. 15 15. Gunhilda of Gorsemoor (1556-1639). One-eyed, hump-backed witch famous for developing a cure for Dragon pox.
No. 15 Price: 100 beans Fred and George’s Shop

Famous Hags Cards (5)

All cards we get 5 wins over “Monstrous books about monsters” in the library.
Purple No. 1 1. 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.
No. 1 Location Library
2. 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. Purple No. 2
Library No. 2 Location
Purple No. 3 3. 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.
No. 3 Location Library
4. Old Mother Hubbard (Medieval, dates unknown). Lured stray animals into her home and starved them to death. Purple No. 4
Library No. 4 Location
Purple No. 5 5. Cordelia Misericordia (1298-1401). Hag representative at 14th century summit of Wizards’ Council.
No. 5 Location Library

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