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Twentieth Century

Famous Wizard Card: Albus Dumbledore      

Albus Dumbledore
Current Headmaster of Hogwarts.

Famous Wizard Card: Claudius Ptolemy      

Claudius Ptolemy
85 unknown

Famous Wizard Card: Professor Armando Dippet      

Professor Armando Dippet
Former Headmaster of Hogwarts, c. 1940.

Famous Wizard Card: Dzou Yen      

Dzou Yen
4th Century B.C.
Chinese Alchemist

Famous Wizard Card: Falco Aesalon      

Falco Aesalon
Ancient Greek
The first recorded example of an Animagus, he could transform himself into a falcon.

Quidditch Card: Barberus Bragge      

Barberus Bragge
Introduced the Golden Snidget into Quidditch in 1269, changing the face of the game forever.

Quidditch Card: Edgar Cloggs      

Edgar Cloggs
Ghost who has been hanging around the (Hogwarts) Quidditch Pitch as long as anyone can remember. Edgar was obviously a pretty good player in his day.

Famous Vampire Card: Sir Herbert Varney      

Sir Herbert Varney
Short-lived (by undead standards) Victorian Vampire who preyed upon women in London during the 1880s. Was subsequently captured and killed by a special squad from the Department for the Regulation and Control of Magical Creatures.

Famous Vampire Card: Amarillo Lestoat      

Amarillo Lestoat
Flamboyant american vampire. Author of A Vampire's Monologue - intended to bore the reader into a stupor making him/her easier prey for vampires.
'Lestoat' is a pun on the name 'Lestat,' the main character of Anne Rice's vampire novel Interview with a Vampire.

Famous Vampire Card: Lady Carmilla Sanguina      

Lady Carmilla Sanguina
Bathed in the blood of her victims to retain her youthful beauty.

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