Folio Magi: A Complete Guide To All Chocolate Frog Cards

written by Margo Davies

It is unknown when the idea for Chocolate Frog Cards was conceived, or who was the first wizard ever to be put on one, but for years young (and young at heart) witches and wizards have been collecting and trading cards. This book contains a complete guide to all 134 Chocolate Frog Cards, including pictures, dates, and descriptions, and a bonus section for you to create your own Chocolate Frog cards and boxes. Your Chocolate Frog Card collection is not complete without the Folio Magi! Coverart by Aladraws available here: https://nl.pinterest.com/pin/378583912428028701/?nic_v2=1a2l8YCQK

Last Updated

05/31/21

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Introduction

Chapter 1

Introduction

It is unknown when the idea for Chocolate Frog Cards was conceived, or who was the first wizard ever to be put on one, but for years young (and young at heart) witches and wizards have been collecting and trading cards. This book contains a complete guide to all 136 Chocolate Frog Cards, including pictures, dates, and descriptions, and a bonus section for you to create your own Chocolate Frog boxes. Your Chocolate Frog Card collection is not complete without the Folio Magi! 

 J. K. Rowling wrote 101 Chocolate Cards herself for EA Games' Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets. These cards are categorized into Bronze (being the most easily attainable), Silver, and Gold (hardest to attain).

Additional cards were released for EA Games' Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban. These sets of cards included not only famous witches and wizards but famous vampire, goblin, hag, and giant cards as well. An additional Hogwarts' ghost was included too. 

As they were written by JK Rowling herself, these Chocolate Frog Cards can be and as such, considered canon. They provide additional insight into the history of the Wizarding World. Having said that, a few elements remain contradictory, notably Adalbert Waffling's listed 1899 birthdate, which was overridden in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows by his already-established notoriety and correspondence with the student-age Dumbledore in the 1890s.





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