Chocolate Frog card of Herpo the Foul .
"Chocolate Frogs have cards, inside them, you know, to collect - famous witches and wizards. I've got about five hundred, but I haven't got Agrippa or Ptolemy. " —Ron Weasley, to Harry Potter on the Hogwarts Express
Students at Hogwarts collect and trade the cards. Hannah Abbott and Ernie Macmillan were swapping cards in the Great Hall. Harry, Ginny, and Neville were trading them on the Hogwarts Express. Neville Longbottom. however, was not a collector, as when Harry gave him a Chocolate Frog, he gave the card to Harry. Notices about who wants which card even appear on the Gryffindor notice-board, in the common room. There are over 101 known cards total.
It is unknown when the idea for Chocolate Frog cards was conceived, or who was the first wizard ever to be put on one.
When Albus Dumbledore was being discredited by the Ministry of Magic. he was removed from the Wizengamot and from the International Confederation of Wizards. He told Bill Weasley that he didn't care what they did to him, as long as they didn't take him off Chocolate Frog cards. At the end of the 1995-1996 school year. Ronald Weasley received a number of Chocolate Frogs from his brothers Fred and George and propped one of Dumbledore against his water jug, suggesting perhaps that either Dumbledore had not been taken off the cards, or if he had been, was swiftly reinstated following the recent revelations regarding Lord Voldemort. 
List of Known Wizards and Witches on Chocolate Frog Cards
A Chocolate Frog Card depicting Godric Gryffindor .
Alberic Grunnion Invented the Dungbomb. Alberta Toothill (1391–1483) Winner of the all England Wizarding Dueling competition of 1430. Famously overcame the favourite, Samson Wiblin, with a blasting curse. Albus Dumbledore (1881-1997) Considered by many the greatest wizard of modern times, Dumbledore is particularly famous for his defeat of the Dark Wizard Grindelwald in 1945, for the discovery of the twelve uses of dragon's blood, and his work on alchemy with his partner, Nicolas Flamel. Prof. Dumbledore enjoys chamber music and ten-pin bowling. Andros the Invincible Alleged to have been the only known wizard to produce a Patronus the size of a giant. Archibald Alderton Famous for blowing up a hamlet of Little Dropping, Hampshire while trying to magically mix a birthday cake. Armando Dippet Headmaster of Hogwarts, circa 1940s. Babayaga Medieval Russian Hag who regularly ate children for breakfast, and presumably lunch and dinner. Beatrix Bloxam Beatrix Bloxam was the author of the Toadstool Tales, a series of children’s books since banned because they have been found to cause nausea and vomiting. Beaumont Marjoribanks Discovered Gillyweed. Bertie Bott (1935–present) Inventor of Bertie Bott's Every Flavour Beans. Bowman Wright Inventor of the Golden Snitch. Bridget Wenlock (1202–1285) Famous Arithmancer. First to establish the magical properties of the number 7. Chauncey Oldridge (1342–1379) First known victim of Dragon pox. Circe Greek witch who lived in Aeaea and turned lost sailors into pigs. Cliodna Irish druidess who first discovered the properties of Moondew. Cornelius Agrippa (1486–1535) A German mystic and alchemist. Cyprian Youdle (1312–1357) Only Quidditch referee to die during a Quidditch match. Dymphna Furmage (1612—1698) A witch who got famously abducted by pixies. Dzou Yen (4th century B.C) Chinese alchemist. Ethelred the Ever-Ready Famous for taking offence at nothing and cursing innocent bystanders. Died in jail. Falco Aesalon The first recorded Animagus. He was able to turn himself into a Falcon. Felix Summerbee (1447-1508) Inventor of Cheering Charms. Fulbert the Fearful Famous for being so cowardly to even leave his own house. Died when a defensive charm backfired and his roof caved in. Gifford Ollerton (1390–1441) Famous Giant slayer, killed the giant Hengist of Upper Barnton. Godric Gryffindor Co-founder of Hogwarts. Gave his name to one of the four houses. Gondoline Oliphant Famous for studying trolls. Gregory the Smarmy Famous originator of Gregory's Unctuous Unction. Gringott The richest goblin ever and the founder of Gringotts Wizarding Bank. Gwenog Jones Captain and Beater of the all-female national Quidditch team, the Holyhead Harpies. Harry
Potter The first and only known wizard to survive the Killing Curse. earning the title "The Boy Who Lived." Youngest Quidditch player in the last century after gaining the spot of Seeker in the Gryffindor Quidditch Team in his first year at Hogwarts in 1991. Also known for having found Salazar Slytherin's Chamber of Secrets and defeating the monster within, which was a basilisk, in his second year at Hogwarts. Only known Gryffindor student able to speak Parseltongue. Youngest competitor of the Triwizard Tournament and winner of said Tournament at the age of 14 in 1995. The last master of death for having gained true possession of all three Deathly Hallows. Most famous for the defeat of the most dangerous dark wizard of all time, Lord Voldemort. in 1998 and his work and revolutionisation of the Ministry of Magic. Heathcote Barbary Plays the Rhythm Guitar for the popular Wizarding band, The Weird Sisters. Helga Hufflepuff Co-founder of Hogwarts, gave her name to one of the four houses. Hengist of Woodcroft Founder of Hogsmeade Village. Hermione Granger For aiding Harry Potter and Ron Weasley in their attempt to destroy the Horcruxes and the subsequent defeat of Voldemort. Also, for eradicating pro-pureblood laws at the Ministry of Magic and campaigning for the rights of non-human beings such as house-elves. Usually given the title of "brightest witch of her age." Herpo the Foul First known creator of the Basilisk and a Horcrux Ignatia Wildsmith (1227–1320) Inventor of Floo Powder. Indira Choudry Witch who played as a Beater for the English National Quidditch team. Joscelind Wadcock Chaser for Puddlemore United Quidditch Team. Laverne de Montmorency Witch who invented a large number of Love Potions. Leopoldina Smethwyck First witch to referee a Quidditch match. Merlin Famous for his role in the King Arthur Chronicles. Merwyn the Malicious Credited for the invention of many unpleasant jinxes and hexes. Mirabella Plunkett Famously fell in love with a man named Loch Lomond but her parents forbade her to marry him. Eventually she transfigured herself into a haddock and was never seen again. Miranda Goshawk Author of The Standard Book of Spells series, and is the set of textbooks used at Hogwarts. Mopsus A Greek soothsayer who defeated the seer Calchas in a contest of their powers. Morgan le Fay Morgan le Fay was the child of the Duke of Cornwall and Igraine. She was a Dark witch. and very powerful. Musidora Barkwith A famous musical composer, whose unfinished work is now banned since it contained an exploding tuba, that blew the roof top off of the Town Hall in Ackerley. Newt Scamander A famous wizarding author famed for his book, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. He also served as Headmaster of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Oswald Beamish A pioneer in Goblin rights. Paracelsus (1493–?) Alchemical genius. Full name is Auroleus Phillipus Theophrastus Bombastus von Hohenheim. Ptolemy (85 AD–?) Was a Geographer and Astronomer. Queen Maeve Witch who trained young sorcerers in Ireland prior to the establishment of Hogwarts. Ronald Weasley For aiding Harry Potter and Hermione Granger in destroying the Horcruxes and subsequent defeat of Voldemort. Also for revolutionising the Ministry of Magic along with Harry Potter and Hermione Granger. Rowena Ravenclaw Co-founder of Hogwarts. Came up with the ever changing floor plan. Gave her name to one of the four houses. Salazar Slytherin Co-Founder of Hogwarts. Inventor and builder of the Chamber of Secrets. Gave his name to one of the four houses. Was one of the first recorded Parselmouths, an accomplished Legilimens, and a notorious champion of pureblood supremacy. Uric the Oddball Known for being the weirdest wizard of the ages. This incredibly eccentric wizard was known for wearing a jellyfish for a hat. Wendelin the Weird Allegedly loved being burned at the stake so much that she allowed herself to be captured over 47 times in various disguises. Wilfred Elphick (1112–1199) First wizard to be gored by an African Erumpent Xavier Rastrick (1750-1836?) Flamboyant wizard entertainer. He vanished unexpectedly while tapdancing to a crowd of three-hundred people in Painswick and was never seen again.
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