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    Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone for the GBC
    FAQ by TripleJump
    Copyright (c) 2006 TripleJump
    Created: July 16th, 2007
    Last Updated: June 19, 2008 
    Contact: triplejumpfaqs[at]gmail[dot]com
    1. Introduction
    2. Characters
    3. Walkthrough
    4. Spells
    5. Equipment/Items
    6. Enemy List
    7. Folio Magi
    8. Folio Triplicus
    9. Frequently Asked Questions
    10. Credits/Closing
    Dear Mr. Potter,
    You have been accepted to Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry
         Yours sincerely,
         Albus Dumbledore
    Welcome to another one of my FAQs. This is just a small 2-day side project I am
    doing in a break from most of my other files.
    In Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, Harry learns that he is a wizard,
    and after 10 years of torture, labor and his hateful aunt and uncle, he leaves
    and finds himself a celebrity in a world full of magic, trolls and ghosts. He
    finds his arch enemy, and must defeat him for a second time, or the magic world
    will be in darkness forever.
    Only since this is a Video Game, YOU get to be Harry and do all of the
    butt-kicking, world saving, flying action of the magical world of Harry Potter.
    To be Harry, you must know how to control Harry. So read below.
    Directional Pad - Move Harry in the Indicated Direction.
    A - Talk/Examine/Advance through menu's
    B - Go back from the menu's
    Start - Bring up the Main Menu
    Select - Tells you where you are
    During a battle, you can use a spell, card, item or flee to battle. It's a turn
    based battle and the fastest person goes first, then the other side.
    Harry Potter - The Boy Who Lived
    Harry is a brave, reckless fellow who has a knack for attracting trouble. He is
    also a wizard, and our main character. He defeated the Dark Lord Voldemort, and
    had become a celebrity in his world. But for protectional reasons, he was left
    in the care of his horrid Uncle Dursley and Aunt Petunia. He finds out he is a
    wizard and finds a way out of his sad life. He takes it and finds many wild
    adventures, and a rematch with Voldemort.
    Ronald Weasley - The Poor Friend
    Ron is Harry's best friend. He comes from a very poor family and is often
    ridiculed by Slytherin for this reason. He is jealous of Harry's fame and gets
    used to being shunted to the side. He is willing to sacrifice himself for his
    Hermione Granger - The Suck-Up Smartypants
    Hermione is Harry's other close friend. She is a know-it-all, who prefers rules
    over circumstances. She can be really touchy and rags on your nerves. She always
    has time to help you and will do it for a friend.
    Rubeus Hagrid - The Gentle Giant
    Hagrid is a half-giant, and the gamekeeper at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and
    Wizardry. He was Harry's very first friend and stuck up for him. He brought
    Harry to the Dursley's and led him away. He is a gentle hearted man, but can be
    very tough when provoked.
    Voldemort - The Dark Lord
    The Dark Lord Voldemort is the most feared wizard of all time. People refer to
    him as "You Know Who" or "He Who Must Not Be Named", as they are frighted of his
    awful power. Harry stopped him when he was just a boy and he has sworn revenge
    ever since. He is trying to return to his normal body and will stop at nothing
    until he does.
    Albus Dumbledore - The Only One He Ever Feared
    Albus Dumbledore is the most powerful wizard of the age. He seems to be a frail
    old man, but when he is in combat mode, LOOK OUT! He does most of the narration
    of this game, and is usually a calm man in the series.
    Professor Quirrell - The Dark Lord's Stooge
    Prof. Quirrell may seem like a nervous, stuttering loser. But in reality, he is
    a powerful loser that is capable of normal speech. He is the Dark Lord's
    servant, carrying his master on the back of his head.
    Professor Snape - The Hook-nosed Greaseball
    Prof. Snape seems evil. He hates Harry beyond any other student in the school
    because of his father. Harry's father and his gang of idiots would bully Snape
    in their youth. Now he is taking it out on Harry. Snape might seem evil because
    of Book Six, but I think otherwise. Look it up on google. Snape is the head of
    Slytherin House and is not afraid to favor his house.
    Quest: Buy your Wand at Ollivander's
    This quest is simple enough, just walk into the door above you. You get a
    cutscene where you try some wands until you get the one you actually want, it
    comes with Flipendo and Vermillious Uno.
    You have received your wand, the most necessary equipment of any witch or
    wizard! You can now cast the first of many spells you will learn.
    Quest: Find Hagrid in Gringotts' Lobby
    After you exit Ollivander's some strange child offers you a deck of Wizard Cards
    and you get to choose which one you want.
    Justus Pilliwickle
    Wendelin the Weird
    Carlotta Pinkstone
    Flavius Belby
    Chauncey Oldridge
    Gulliver Pokeby
    Cassandra Vablatsky
    Uric the Oddball
    Mirabella Plunkett
    Thaddeus Thurkell
    Gregory the Smarmy
    Hesper Starkey
    Roderick Plumpton
    Andros the Invincible
    Thaddeus Thurkell
    Merwyn the Malicious
    Gideon Crumb
    Kirley Duke
    Orsino Thruston
    Merton Graves
    Pick a deck that goes with your liking (see the Folio Triplicus section for
    combinations you may want) and continue the game. Now head to the right and into
    the Gringotts bank. Walk to the end and talk to Hagrid and Griphook. 
    Quest: Find Hagrid in Vault
    As you walk, you fall down and lose Hagrid and Griphook. You now have to run
    around and battle the enemies as you make your way to the northwest side and
    looking in the wall holes with A to get some Wizard Cards. The next side has the
    Rat Boss. You may want to battle some various enemies you can find around you
    because you need the experience. If you die, that's okay because you just show
    up at a woman's house and she will heal you for free. Either way, get ready for
    a tough battle.
    Try to aim for the Giant Rat using your Vermillious spell because you will need
    to use up as much as you can of your good spell on him. If you run out, use
    Flipendo. You might also have some pumpkin pasties or other items that will heal
    you from fighting. You can use these to make this battle easier. Defeating it
    will get you the Hardened Boots and many other things. Equip the boots if you
    so desire.
    Head to the back behind this now to see Hagrid and Griphook again. You enter the
    vault and receive 850 sickles and a School Supply List.
    You are finally inside your family vault! It's hard to believe you never knew
    about it before!
    Now we can turn around and start walking our way out of this place. If you die
    on the way out, that's okay because it warps us out faster. But that doesn't
    mean you should try to die.
    Quest: Buy School Supplies in Diagon Alley
    [ ] 3 Robes
    [ ] 1 Winter Cloak
    [ ] 1 Pointed Hat
    [ ] 1 Pair of Gloves
    [ ] 1 Name Tag Pack
    [ ] 1 Potion Kit Bag
    [ ] 1 Set of First Year Books
    [ ] 1 Cauldron
    [ ] 1 Wand
    We will start buying by going to the left of the infirmary (where we show up
    when we die) and enter Madame Malkin's shop (which has robes on the outside).
    Draco Malfoy is inside and talks to you, then leaves. Talk to Madam Malkin and
    buy three work robes, 1 winter cloak, 1 pair of gloves, and 1 name tag pack. As
    well as the hat. There are more things we can buy if we want.
    Then we can move along to the different shops. Flourish and Blotts is to the
    Left of Madam Malkin's and it has your books. Then you head around top. Eeylops
    and Quality Quidditch supplies are offlimits to you, but the Apothecary has a
    few potions and the Potion kit, and near there is the kid who tells you about
    secrets, and you can examine the above barrel for a Wizard Card. As you are
    outside Pottage's Cauldrons, a man asks if you want to trade for the rare Circe
    wizard card. You don't have a Bezoar to trade yet, so enter the store and buy
    a Collapsible cauldron. Five sickles are in the cauldron to the left of the
    We can also buy the Copper Cauldron and spend some of our money on some sweets
    at the store. When you are finished, speak with Hagrid. You trade the School
    Supply list for Hedwig the Owl.
    You have completed buying all the items on your schoo list! Now you can leave
    for Hogwarts!
    Quest: Get on the Hogwart's Express
    There is a Best Blowing Gum in the center pillar that has the bulb on top, and a
    famous Wizard Card on the far left one. Now you can cross the bridge and talk to
    one of the two Weasley twins to start a cutscene. After, you can board the
    Hogwarts Express.
    Quest: Find a seat on the Hogwart's Express
    Head to the left. You can talk to one of the Weasley twins to learn what the
    Daily Prophet is, and further down to Neville to learn of his toad. Keep going
    to the left until you get to the end with Ron. You will sit down and Hermione
    comes and asks you about Neville's toad. She also teaches you Verdimillious Uno.
    Next the trolley will come to your compartment and you can buy a load of sweets.
    I'd get Chocolate Frogs because they give you the Wizard Cards.
    Malfoy and his croonies will now show up. You get to do battle against Malfoy.
    He is a wimp, and just keep casting a spell like Vermillious or Verdimillious.
    After you have defeated him, you get a card combination that will not help you
    in the slightest.
    You have defeated the nasty snob, Draco, with spells! Serves him right for
    talking about your new friends that way!
    You can now wander around until the conductor tells you that you are arriving at
    Hogwarts. You automatically disembark from the tran and you now have to cross
    the lake.
    Quest: Cross the lake at Hogwart's Landing
    Go to the left of the dock and search the right side of the rock for a
    Wiggenweld Potion. On the right side is a pillar that is on the ground and we
    can search the left side to get a Famous Witch and Wizard Card. On the Bottom
    of the rock on the right is a Card Combination.
    Go down the dock now to enter a boat. You are now in a minigame where you have
    to steer the boat around the easy obstacles until you arrive at Hogwarts. If
    you run into a Dragonfly, you have to battle it.
    Quest: Get through the Hogwarts Dungeons
    Head up the path on the top and search the thing on the wall for a Wizard Card.
    Head right now and there is another one on the bottom part. Continue up the
    middle. Check the next symbol on the wall for a Card Combination. Hagrid will
    have another scene. Then head up to see another wall symbol for a Wiggenweld
    Potion, then go up the stairs. There are two more Wizard Cards hidden in the
    area before you can go up the stairs in this section.
    There is a big boss cloud. This one is a knight in armor. He can't always hit
    you because he is slow, but he has a large defense. It will take a Second level
    spell to really deal him some damage. If you run out, use Verdimillious to
    finish him off. Move ahead to talk to Hagrid, and go left for a Wizard Card and
    right for a Pepper Up Potion.
    Quest: Get Sorted into a house
    You get a short cutscene with Hagrid and McGonagall and then you can explore
    the Entrance Hall.
    You've Managed to Cross the lake and find your way through the dungeon. And now
    you're finally here...in Hogwarts!
    Go to the bottom left corner. There is a couple of gargoyles. Examine the bottom
    one from the right to get a Wizard Card. Now head into the Entrance Hall which
    is on the right between the hourglasses. You now get to watch a cutscene with
    some people being sorted. Now you have to go to the southeast table and talk
    to it to sit down with Hermione. Ron also joins your table.
    You feel that it's a feather in your cap to have been sorted into Gryffindor.
    You hear a rumor that a new card combination is available in the Wizard Card
    Collectors' Club.
    Quest: Find Gryffindor
    Leave the Great Hall and go upstairs to the next floor. Ron deals with Peeves
    for you. Now go to the left and down. There are 150 sickles in the weird stone.
    There are a whole lot more random stuff you can get in the castle by searching
    what you can see. One is a Gryffin statue that goes upstairs. Then you can find
    your way up the stairs, and in one room the bottom door a set of stairs. Then
    go left of the crystal ball to find the fat Lady. Now go downstairs and you will
    see Nearly Headless Nick.
    Quest: Find Gryffindor Password
    Go down the stairs that are actually stairs (not a passage) and you will see
    Nick next to a Sphinx. Examine the rear to get a Pepper Up Potion and talk to
    Nick to get a request from him to get his tie. Go downstairs to the Entrance
    Hall. Examine the top gargoyle on the left and you can get the tie. Go back up
    to Nick and give it to him to learn that the Password is Caput Draconis. Go back
    to the Fat Lady and you can go inside the common room.
    You've found Gryffindor, your house in Hogwarts, where you'll live and study! To
    make everyone feel at home, a new card combination is now available in the
    Wizard Card Collectors' Club.
    There is a Wizard Card in the drawers. Now go to the bottom to the stairs to
    go to the dormitory. Examine your trunk for a Wizard Card and go into the bed
    to sleep. There is also a Card Combination in Ron's bedside table.
    Quest: Get to Potions Class
    Go down the stairs to the Entrance Hall. If you go into the gargoyle door you
    can get a card combination in the trunk with the sports gears. Now head straight
    up from the entrance hall and go in the door we can clearly see. Then head to
    the left.
    Quest: Collect the Ingredients
    Go to the top left door and talk to Snape. He gives you a task to collect some
    ingredients. Two Beetle Eye's, a Snake Fang and a thing of Boomslang skin. Start
    by heading back into the dungeon. Head up and examine the fruit painting for a
    Wizard Card. Now go back and instead of going into Potions, go right into Prof.
    Snape's office and examine the snake picture for the Boomslang Skin. Now see the
    cupboard for a Wizard Card.
    Head out into the grounds and go a screen south. Now head to the left and you
    see a gate you can go through. Do this and you are at Hagrid's Hut. He tells you
    he was spraying Beetles. Go out back and search the bushes for a Wizard Card and
    a Beetle Eye. We still need 1 more beetle eye and some Snake Fangs. There is
    another Beetle Eye in the bush adjacent to the house (on the left).
    Now head up to the school, but before entering, go right. Fight some battles
    near the Herbology Greenhouses because they will give you plenty of Snakes and
    their Fangs. After you have one, go back up to the castle and talk to Snape. You
    earn 5 points (6-1) and get a list for your classes.
    You have collected the ingredients requested by Snape! Someone tells you there's
    a new card combination available in the Wizard Card Collectors' Club.
    Quest: Find your next class
    Head up the stairs to the first floor and go in the first room on the left to
    see McGonagall tell you about a rabbit. Uh oh! Go outside to see Dumbledore and
    he tells you nothing important. Now head outside to the Castle Grounds.
    Quest: Capture the Purple Rabbit
    Turn to the left and you will see the Rabbit inbetween the castle and the
    Herbology greenhouses. Pick it up with A and go back to Transfiguration. You
    will now learn Incendio Uno!
    You have saved Hogwarts from the threat of a flaming purple rabbit! The rumor of
    a new card combination in the Wizard Card Collectors' Club sweeps through the
    school like wildfire.
    Quest: Find your next class
    Before we do this, we are going to go and catch up with our Collector's Cards.
    Go up the stairs and use the Griffin Passageway on the second floor. Head to
    the left now and you will see a long hall. Go to the end and you are in the
    Collector's Club now. Go up and examine the bucket for a card, then the tapestry
    with words to get a Card, then the tapestry to the right of it for a Card
    Combination. Now talk to the kid below to get the Combinations from the start.
    Talk to Fred and George and buy a bunch of Chocolate Frogs so we can get some
    more cards. Now you can leave and go back to the grounds and go outside to
    Herbology. We know where it is now I presume because of the Snake Fangs.
    Before entering the far right Greenhouse, enter the center. There is a wizard
    card in the drawer of the desk, and there is a combination somewhere in the 
    plants at the back. Now go in the proper area. There is a plant to the right
    which if searched from the right side, gives you Dried Nettles. And on the left
    is a plant which gives you a Wizard Card. Go up and talk to Ron to sit down. You
    receive an Ingredient Encyclopedia and a Plant List.
    Quest: Find 6 Herbs for Herbology Class
    We already have the Dried Nettles, so exit the Greenhouse. Head south until you
    see the  strange looking plant with the leaves. Examine it from the bottom to
    receive the Asphodel Root. Head right to the huge dirt path. Now head to the
    south and go until you are surrounded by four trees, each in a corner. Head in
    between the trees and go right. There is a bush we can examine for the Dittany.
    [Now if you die around here, note that in the room to the right of the Hospital
    Wing (from INSIDE, not outside) has a Card Combination hidden).]
    Now, go down the giant dirt path all the way to the gate at the bottom. Head
    right as far as you can, then go up. The odd plant here has the Wormwood. Now,
    head up so you can take the path going right. Follow it along to the Quidditch
    Stadium, then head down. One plant has a Unicorn Horn, and if you go down
    futher you see the Aconite plant. Collect it, we only have one more to go!
    Head back into the center bottom area. Once more, head to the bottom of the
    fence, but go left this time and through all the trees. Examine the plant here
    for the Mandrake Roots! Now Return to Professor Sprout, she gives you two Potion
    Formulae and tells you to go see Snape. Visit him in his office and you get a
    the recipes.
    Quest: Find your next class
    We're going to Defence Against the Dark Arts as it is next on the class list.
    Go to the third floor and try to enter the top left room. Peeves will stop you
    and put a curse on you. Enter and talk to Professor Quirrell, he charges you
    with getting rid of your curse.
    Quest: Find a way to remove your curse
    Cross the hall and go down the stairs you see, head right and go past filch.
    There is a little spot with a bit of shelves that is in a cozy little section.
    Read the book to learn Locomotor Wibbly. Now go to the bottom and talk to Madam
    Pince to learn that the book you want is checked out. Leave the Library the way
    you came, Peeves tells you that a Muggle is studying it. Muggle... study....
    Muggle Studies! That's it! Go to the fifth floor and enter the top left room.
    Examine the TV, you will be sucked inside it. Before entering the boss fight,
    look at the picture for a Card Combination. Now battle the boss, this time it's
    a troll. Cast Flipendo Duo on it (or Uno if you don't have it) until it's dead.
    Quest: Return the stolen Curse Book to the Library
    Use the book, it cures you of your ailment AND teaches you Mucus ad Nauseum! Go
    back outside, while we're here, go to the Card Collector Club area and get the
    new Card Combination. Also, spend some Sickles on Cards from the Weasleys.
    Head back down into the Library and give the book to Madam Pince, she gives you
    some House Points. Now go back and talk to Quirrell for 10 more points!
    Quest: Find Your Next Class
    Well, go to the bottom left room on the floor we're on now. The Pillows contain
    a Wolfsbane, the Bookshelf has a Grand Pepper Up Potion and the bottom left pile
    of cushions has a Card Combination. Now let's head down the stairs and to the
    top of this area for Charms Class.
    Inside Charms, talk to Professor Flitwick and you will learn Wingardium Leviosa.
    To learn it, you have to copy his movements three times. Each time he adds a few
    extra moves on and after you do three with one object you get a new object. Do
    this with three objects to learn the spell. You also get 15 house points for
    doing it. Before leaving, check to the right of Flitwick by the Window for a
    Card Combo and on the way out get the bookcase to the right for a Wizard Card.
    Now go out of the room and down to the boar statue. Check the butt end of it to
    go upstairs to the seventh floor where you can then get the two Card Combos that
    we need to pick up. Go back to the floor with Charms and go up two flights of
    stairs. Get healed by Madam Pomfrey in the Hospital Wing (check the drawers for
    a Wizard Card), then go to the room to the left of the hospital to get to
    History of Magic.
    Inside, check the right picture at the top for a Wizard Card and the bottom left
    desk for the same thing. Talk to Neville up by Professor Binns to get the Diagon
    Alley Pass. Leave the classroom to get a scene.
    Quest: Find the Circe Card
    Go to the right and talk to the hooded man by Hagrid. He will take you into
    Gringotts. Go talk to the goblin to get access to the vault. Inside you will
    automatically go over to the vault, here is time for a Boss fight against a big
    rat and two smaller Rats. Petrify the big rat then kill the little ones before
    engaging the big one. Verdimillious is your best attack to deal with these
    vermin. If you are getting beaten, you can always petrify the rat, heal up and
    keep going. This was probably the only reason I survived. Anyway, after he dies
    you get the Circe Card. Leave and talk to the hooded man to return to Hogwarts.
    Talk to Professor Binns to finish this class.
    Name: Flipendo Uno
    Magic: 0
    This is your basic attack that should only really be used if you run out of
    Name: Vermillious Uno
    Magic: 2
    This is your basic damaging attack that will actually draw on your magic.
    Name: Verdimillious Uno
    Magic: 3
    This is not much different than Vermillious uno at this point in time and it
    will improve in a while.
    Name: Flipendo Duo
    Magic: 4
    This is just an upgraded version of Flipendo.
    Name: Vermillious Duo
    Magic: 8
    An upgraded version of Vermillious
    Name: Incendio Uno
    Magic: 8
    Good against creatures.
    Name: Locomotor Wibbly
    Magic: 10
    Petrifies your enemies.
    Name: Wingardium Leviosa
    Magic: 10
    Name: Hardened Boots
    Stamina: +7
    Strength +5
    Defense: +4
    Agility: -5
    Magic Str: --
    Magic Def: --
    Name: Dragonskin Gloves
    Stamina: --
    Strength +2
    Defense: --
    Agility: +2
    Magic Str: +1
    Magic Def: --
    Name: Plain Work Robe
    Stamina: --
    Strength --
    Defense: +1
    Agility: +4
    Magic Str: +1
    Magic Def: +1
    Name: Winter Cloak
    Stamina: --
    Strength --
    Defense: +2
    Agility:  +1
    Magic Str: +2
    Magic Def: +2
    Name: Leather Belt
    Stamina: +4
    Strength --
    Defense: +1
    Agility: --
    Magic Str: --
    Magic Def: --
    Name: Plain Boots
    Stamina: +2
    Strength +2
    Defense: +1
    Agility: -2
    Magic Str: --
    Magic Def: --
    Name: Pointed Hat
    Stamina: +1
    Strength --
    Defense: +2
    Agility: --
    Magic Str: +1
    Magic Def: +3
    Name: Harry's Wand
    Effect: Allows you to take part in Combat
    Name: Folio Triplicus
    Effect: Stores the Magic Combinations
    Name: Folio Magi
    Effect: Stores the Wizard Cards
    Name: Pumpkin Pasty
    Effect: Restores some Stamina
    Name: Chocolate Frog
    Effect: Gives you a Wizard Card
    Name: Liquorice Wand
    Effect: Restores a Bit of Health
    Name: Pepper Up Potion
    Effect: Restores some Magic
    Name: Best Blowing Gun
    Effect: Restores some SP
    Name: School Supply List
    Effect: Tells you what you need to buy for school
    Name: School Books
    Effect: An item you need to buy to complete your school list.
    Name: Potion Kit Bag
    Effect: Needed to complete your supply list.
    Name: Pack of Name Tags
    Effect: Needed to complete your supply list.
    Name: Collapsible Cauldron
    Effect: Used for mixing potions.
    Name: Copper Cauldron
    Effect: Used for mixing potions.
    Name: Wiggenweld Potion
    Effect: Recovers a lot of Stamina Points.
    Name: Antidote
    Effect: Not sure what it does, I think it cures you from poison. It just says
    "you feel a burst of energy".
    Name: Hedwig the Owl
    Effect: Your pet owl. 
    Name: Class List
    Effect: Tells you which class to go to in which order.
    Name: Beetle Eyes
    Effect: A Potion Ingredient
    Name: Boomslang Skin
    Effect: A potion ingredient
    Name: Snake Fangs
    Effect: A potion ingredient
    Name: Cauldron Cake
    Effect: Restores some SP
    Name: Purple Rabbit
    Effect: For Transfiguration class
    Name: Dried Nettles
    Effect: It's an ingredient for making potions.
    Name: Ingredient Encyclopedia
    Effect: It's an Encyclopedia with information on the ingredients.
    Name: Herb List
    Effect: A list of Herbs you need to find for Herbology.
    Name: Asphodel
    Effect: It's an ingredient for making potions.
    Name: Monkshood
    Effect: It's an ingredient for making potions.
    Name: Dittany
    Effect: It's an ingredient for making potions.
    Name: Wormwood
    Effect: It's an ingredient for making potions.
    Name: Mandrake Root
    Effect: It's an ingredient for making potions.
    Name: Porcupine Quills
    Effect: It's an ingredient for making potions.
    Name: Silver Unicorn Horn:
    Effect: It's an ingredient for making potions.
    Name: Aconite
    Effect: It's an ingredient for making potions.
    Name: Curse Book
    Effect: Cures you of your curse and teaches you Mucus Ad Nauseum
    Name: Wolfsbane
    Effect: It's an ingredient for making potions.
    Name: Grand Pepperup Potion
    Effect: Restores a LOT of MP.
    ====================================Enemy List==================================
    Name: Small Rat
    HP: 20
    Items: Pumpkin Pasty
    Name: Bat
    HP: 30
    Items: Pepper Up Potion, Wiggenweld Potion
    Name: Giant Rat
    HP: 80
    Items: Pumpkin Pasty, Hardened Boots
    Name: Draco Malfoy
    HP: 100
    Items: None
    Name: Green Dragonfly
    HP: 15
    Items: Cauldron Cake
    Name: Giant Clam
    HP: 20
    Items: Pepper Up Potion
    Name: Giant Squid
    HP: 25
    Items: Cauldron Cake
    Name: Yellow Rat
    HP: 20
    Items: None
    Name: Giant Yellow Rat
    HP: 50
    Items: None
    Name: Armored Knight
    HP: 50
    Items: None
    Name: Snake
    HP: 30
    Items: Snake Fang
    Name: Giant Snail
    HP: 80
    Items: Licorice Wands
    Name: Gnome
    HP: 30
    Name: Red Spider
    HP: 30
    Items: Antidote
    Name: Giant Bee
    HP: 40 (?)
    Name: Toadstool
    HP: 45
    Items: Wizard Cards
    Name: Troll
    HP: 250
    Name: Giant Brown Rat
    HP: 200
    Items: Grand Wiggenweld Potion
    Name: Red Imp
    HP: 100
    ====================================Folio Magi==================================
    1. Hesper Starkey
    Description: Studied how moon phases affect potion-making.
    2. Paracelsus
    Description: Greatest of all medieval alchemists.
    1. Merwyn the Malicious
    Description: Credited with the invention of many unpleasant jinxes and hexes.
    2. Morgan le Fay
    Description: King Arthur's half sister. Dark sorceress and the enemy of Merlin.
    3. Crispin Cronk
    Description: Sent to Azkaban for keeping Sphinxes in his back garden.
    4. Ethelred the EverReady
    Description: Famous for taking offence at nothing and cursing innocent
    5. Beatrix Bloxam
    Description: Wrote Toadstool Tales, children's books now banned because they
    caused vomiting.
    6. Alberta Toothill
    Description: Winner of the All-England Wizard Dueling Competition of 1430.
    7. Xavier Rastrick
    Description: Flamboyant wizard entertainer who vanished unexpectedly while
    8. Yardley Platt
    Description: Serial goblin killer
    9. Dymphna Furmage
    Description: Failed to pursuade the Ministry of Magic to have all Pixies
    humanely destroyed.
    2. Wendelin the Weird
    Description: Liked burning at the stake so much she arranged to be lit up 47
    4. Carlotta Pinkstone
    Description: Campaigned to lift the statute of Secrecy and tell Muggles that
    wizards exist.
    7. Flavius Belby
    Description: Only wizard ever to survive a Lethifold Attack
    7. Cassandra Vablatsky
    Description: Celebrated Seer and author of 'Unfogging the Future'.
    2. Gunhilda of Gorsemoor
    Description: One-eyed, hump-backed witch who found a cure for Dragon Pox.
    5. Chauncey Oldridge
    Description: First known victim of Dragon Pox
    6. Mungo Bonham
    Description: Founded Saint Mungo's Hospital for Magical Ailments and Injuries.
    7. Wilfred Elphick
    Description: First wizard to be gored by an African Erumpent.
    5. Queen Maeve
    Description: Legendary witch who trained young sorcerers in Ireland.
    6. Helga Hufflepuff
    Description: Co-founder of Hogwarts. Gave her name to one of the four Hogwarts
    8. Hengist of Woodcroft
    Description: Founded the village of Hogsmeade.
    9. Daisy Dodderidge
    Description: First Landlady of the Leaky Cauldron.
    10. Albus Dumbledore
    Description: Headmaster of Hogwarts. Friend to Nicolas Flamel - inventor of the
    Philosopher's Stone.
    1. Donaghan Tremlett
    Description: Bass player with the popular wizarding band The Weird Sisters.
    3. Gideon Crumb
    Description: Plays bagpipes with the popular wizarding band The Weird Sisters.
    4. Herman Wintringham
    Description: Plays lute with the popular wizarding band The Weird Sisters.
    5. Kirley Duke
    Description: Plays lead guitar with the popular wizarding band The Weird
    6. Myron Wagtail
    Description: Lead singer of the popular wizarding band The Weird Sisters.
    7. Orsino Thruston
    Description: Plays drums with the popular wizarding band The Weird Sisters.
    8. Celestina Warbeck
    Description: Popular Singing Sorceress
    9. Heathcote Barbary
    Description: Plays rhythm guitar with the popular wizarding band The Weird
    10. Merton Graves
    Description: Plays cello with the popular wizard band The Weird Sisters.
    2. Andros the Invincible
    Description: Alleged to have been the only known wizard to produce a patronus of
    giant size.
    3. Uric the Oddball
    Description: Highly eccentric wizard famed for wearing a jellyfish for a hat.
    4. Lord Stoddard Withers
    Description: Breeder of flying Horses
    5. Circe
    Description: Ancient Greek. Lived on the Isle of Aeaea. Expert in turning lost
    sailrs into pigs.
    6. Mirabella Plunkett
    Description: Famous for falling in love with a merman and turning herself into a
    8. Thaddeus Thurkell
    Description: Famous for producing seven sons and turning them all into
    ====================================Folio Triplicus=============================
    Name: Deflect
    Cards: Wendelin the Weird, Carlotta Pinkstone, Flavius Belby
    Effect: You receive less damage than you normally wood from an attack.
    Name: Poison Immunity
    Cards: Quong Po, Beaumont Marjoribanks, Chauncey Oldridge
    Effect: For one battle, you will not take any damage.
    Name: Sickle Seek
    Cards: Glenda Chittock, Cassandra Vablatsky, Mopsus
    Effect: You will get twice the sickles that you normally get at the end of a
    Name: Summon Umbrella
    Cards: Uric the Oddball, Mirabella Plunkett, Thaddeus Thurkell
    Effect: A weak attack that will slightly damage an enemy.
    Name: Snitch Streak
    Cards: Chauncey Oldridge, Cyprian Youdle, Roderick Plumpton
    Effect: The snitch flies around the enemy and reduces their accuracy.
    Name: Conjure Snack
    Cards: Hesper Starkey, Andros the Invincible, Thaddeus Thurkell
    Effect: This will give you a piece of candy.
    Name: Drone
    Cards: Gideon Crumb, Kirley Duke, Orsino Thurston
    Effect: Makes a noise that causes an enemy to flee. Experience and Sickles are
    still received from it.
    Name: Tempest
    Cards: Merwyn the Malicious, Merton Graves, Lord Stoddard Withers
    Effect: It will make an enemy flee and you still receive the experience and
    sickles for it.
    Name: Sluggish
    Cards: Crispin Cronk, Ethelred the EverReady, Alberta Toothill
    Effect: You decrease your own agility. This gives the enemies an advantage, do
    not use it!
    Name: Health Boost
    Cards: Gregory the Smarmy, Sacharissa Tugwood, Mungo Bonham
    Effect: This restores a portion of your SP.
    Name: Nausea
    Cards: Archibald Alderton, Elladora Ketteridge, Herpo the Foul
    Effect: It takes a bit of your SP away from you.
    Name: Rain of Bludgers
    Cards: Bowman Wright, Devlin Whitehorn, Dunbar Oglethorpe
    Effect: A bunch of Bludgers rain from the sky and strike the enemy.
    Name: Exhaust
    Cards: Honouria Nutcombe, Alberic Grunnion, Gunhilda Goosemoor
    Effect: Your enemy will lose a large portion of their health.
    Name: Distract
    Cards: Musidora Barkwith, Myron Wagtail, Heathcote Barbary
    Effect: It causes an enemy to lose a turn. Ironically, you spend a turn using
    this so it's pretty pointless.
    Name: Lullaby
    Cards: Donaghan Tremlett, Herman Wintringham, Celestina Warbeck
    Effect: It makes an enemy fall asleep. Good for some fights but it can be a
    waste if used on the wrong enemy.
    Name: Telegraph Punch
    Cards: Perpetua Fancourt, Alberic Grunnion, Grogan Stump
    Effect: This tells the enemy what you are going to attack with next and they get
    a defense boost because of this.
    Name: MP Gain
    Cards: Gaspard Shingleton, Merlin, Circe
    Effect: You get a permanent increase in MP. This is good because two cards are
    rare and won't disappear. You can only use it once anyway.
    Name: Item into Feather
    Cards: Bridget Wenlock, Circe, Bertie Bott
    Effect: You get an intem in your inventory turned into a feather. Which is bad
    because you lose the item.
    Name: Replenish Magic
    Cards: Merlin, Burdock Muldoon, Artemisia Lufkin
    Effects: Fully restores your MP.
    Name: Heroic Strength
    Cards: Yardley Platt, Oswald Beamish, Roderick Plumpton
    Effects: They give you MASSIVE amounts of strength. You'll do a TON of damage.
    Name: Encounter Track
    Cards: Gulliver Pokeby, Newt Scamander, Adalbert Waffling
    Effects: It makes more enemies appear. Use it if you need to get stronger.
    Name: Dire Strength
    Cards: Jocunda Sykes, Norvel Twonk, Derwent Shimpling
    Effects: Makes your enemies do more damage to you. 
    Name: Regeneration
    Cards: Glover Hipworth, Ignatia Wildsmith, Circe
    Effects: You'll get 10 SP restored to your health every turn.
    Name: Alter Enemy
    Cards: Andros the Invincible, Circe, Mirabella Plunkett
    Effects: It will change enemies into different things, all I've ever gotten is
    a chicken for an enemy.
    ==========================Frequently Asked Questions============================
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