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This list is the Approved and Accepted list of Creatures allowed for use at Mischief Managed.

The below creatures are organised by textbook rather than year/level of being able to care for each plant.

In classes you do not need to roll to identify a creature as the professor will have already identified it for you unless requested

Ingredients that can be found and “harvested” in the wild for the potions HUD will include a location hint in bold as to where you may be able to find it. Any information in italics is non-canon to pad MM canon out, and is subject to change

If your CoMC level is too low to identify a creature in the wild, someone else with a higher level can identify it for you (e.g. a professor or a friend) and then you can click the creature and roll to care to “harvest” it yourself. When identified the creature will light up.

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

  • Acromantula

    Acromantula

    Acromantula
    • Giant magical spiders that grow up to 15 feet in leg span. Native to the Island of Borneo, they are believed to be a wizard-bred species. Acromantula are capable of human speech and known to eat humans as well as their own kind. There is believed to be a colony in the Dark Forest.
    • Beast, XXXXX
    • ID 23, Care 40
  • Ashwinder
    • Thin pale-gray magical serpent with glowing red eyes created from the remains of any magical fire that is allowed to burn unchecked. Ashwinders only live for one hour and collapse to dust when they’ve laid their eggs.
    • Beast, XXX
    • ID 17, Care 28
  • Augurey
    • With an appearance somewhat like a small underfed vulture with greenish black feathers. The Augrey, known as the Irish Phoenix, sings a mournful cry when it is about to rain which was long believed to foretell death.
    • Beast, XX
    • ID 11, Care 11
  • Basilisk
    • Giant serpent with armoured skin that can grow up to fifty feet in length known as the King of Serpents. Looking a Basilisk directly in the eye causes instant death, but an indirect look will render the victim petrified.
    • Beast, XXXXX
    • ID 31, Care 100
  • Billywig
    • A vivid sapphire blue magical insect native to Australia. Known to fly very fast with the wings attached to the top of its head, those stung by a Billywig suffer giddiness followed by levitation.
    • Beast, XXX
    • ID 4, Care 17
  • Bowtruckle
    • Hand-sized, insect-eating, tree dwelling magical beast with a general appearance of a stick figure made of bark and twigs. Bowtruckles serve as a tree guardian for its home tree which is usually a tree of wand quality.
    • Beast, XX
    • ID 21, Care 22
  • Centaur
    • Magical creature whose head, torso, and arms appeared to be human and were joined to a horse’s lower body. Centaurs are known for being naturally talented in archery, healing magic, divination and astronomy.
    • Beast, XXXX
    • ID 0, Care 20
  • Chimaera
    • A type of hybrid animal with a lion’s head, a goat’s body and a dragon’s tail. Native to Greece, Chimaeras are known to be vicious and bloodthirsty. There is only one recorded instance of a wizard killing a Chimaera.
    • Beast, XXXXX
    • ID 26, Care 75
  • Chizpurfle
    • A very small magical parasite that is crab-like in appearance. They grow up to a twentieth of an inch and are attracted to sources of magic and commonly found in the fur and feathers of Cups and Augreys respectively.
    • Beast, XX
    • ID 21, Care 1
  • Clabbert
    • A magical tree-dwelling beast that resembles a cross between a monkey and a frog and feeds on small lizards and birds. On the forehead of a Clabbert is a large pustule which flashes red when sensing danger.
    • Beast, XX
    • ID 8, Care 9
  • Crup
    • A wizard-bred dog that strongly resembles a Jack Russell terrier except that a Crup has a forked tail. Crups are extremely loyal to wizards, ferocious toward Muggles and Squibs, and are skilful scavengers.
    • Beast, XXX
    • ID 13, Care 43
  • Demiguise
    • A peaceful, herbivorous magical beast that can make itself invisible and tell the future. It resembles a cross between a sloth and an ape with large black eyes, which turn blue when predicting the future, and long silky silver hair.
    • Beast, XXXX
    • ID 30, Care 31
  • Diricawl
    • Known to Muggles as the Dodo, the Diricawl is a plump, fluffy-feathered and flightless magical bird native to the island of Mauritius in the Indian Ocean. It has the ability to disappear and reappear elsewhere similar to apparition.
    • Beast, XX
    • ID 6, Care 19
  • Doxy
    • A small fairy-like magical beast sometimes mistaken for a fairy hence earning the nickname ‘Biting Fairy’. If bitten by a Doxy, a wizard or witch should take an antidote immediately, as their venom is highly poisonous.
    • Beast, XXX
    • ID 20, Care 25
  • Dugbog
    • A marsh-dwelling magical beast found in Europe and the Americas. It resembles dead wood while stationary. With finned paws and sharp teeth, the Dugbog glides through marshland feeding on small animals and attacking the ankles of humans.
    • Beast, XXX
    • ID 20, Care 23
  • Erkling
    • An elfish magical beast that is three feet tall on average with pointed faces, which has a particular affinity for the taste of children. They can speak Human-language and have high pitch cackles used to lure children.
    • Beast, XXXX
    • ID 20, Care 29
  • Erumpent
    • A huge grey African magical beast. The Erumpent resembles a rhinoceros with a thick hide capable of repelling most curses and charms but does not attack unless provoked. The horn of an Erumpent contains a deadly fluid.
    • Beast, XXXX
    • ID 35, Care 48
  • Fairy
    • A small humanoid magical beast with large insect-like wings. At a height of 1-5 inches, Fairies make a high-pitched buzzing noise to communicate with fellow fairies and are able to laugh. They possess a weak form of magic and have vain natures.
    • Beast, XX
    • ID 1, Care 1
  • Fire Crab
    • A large tortoise-like crab magical beast native to the island of Fiji that requires a special licence to own. The Fire Crab defends itself by shooting flames from its rear end and have jewelled multicoured shells which are extremely valuable.  
    • Beast, XXX
    • ID 21, Care 25
  • Flobberworm

    Flobberworm

    Flobberworm
    • A herbivorous, ten-inch, toothless brown magical worm which ate mainly lettuce and cabbage. Each end is identical to the other, from which they chewed vegetation and exude mucus. It moves very little. It can be found in gardens and damp areas.
    • Beast, X
    • ID 1, Care 1
  • Fwooper
    • A magical African bird with brightly-coloured feathers. Listening to the Fwooper’s high pitched, twittering song would drive the listener insane, so each bird must be sold with a Silencing Charm.
    • Beast, XXX
    • ID 12, Care 31
  • A bee’s nest

    A bee’s nest

    Glumbumble
    • A magical grey, furry, flying insect which was native to Northern Europe. The Glumbumble produces a treacle that induces melancholy to those who consume it. They nest in dark and secluded places and feed on nettles and are known to sometimes live amongst bees.
    • Beast, XXX
    • ID 24, Care 24
  • Gnome
    • A small brown coloured magical beast with disproportionately large heads making them look like potatoes with legs. Gnomes are commonly known to infest the gardens of wizarding households.
    • Beast, XX
    • ID 5, Care 6
  • Golden Snidget
    • A small golden magical bird with red eyes and fully rotational wings, best known for early use in the wizarding game of Quidditch. The Snidget has an aptitude at hiding and extreme speed and are difficult for Muggles to detect.
    • Beast, XXXX
    • ID 16, Care 6
  • Graphorn
    • A dangerous and aggressive magical beast said to resemble a sabre-toothed tiger. The Graphorn is large and hump-backed, with skin tougher than that of dragons. Its mouth was made of tentacle-like appendages.
    • Beast, XXXX
    • ID 18, Care 47
  • Griffin
    • A magical beast from Greece which has the front legs, wings and head of a giant eagle, and the body, hind legs, and tail of a lion. The main diet of the Griffin is raw meat and they are often used by wizards as guards of treasure.
    • Beast, XXXX
    • ID 4, Care 25
  • Hippocampus
    • A magical water beast with the head and forequarters of a horse, and the tail and hindquarters of a giant fish. Originally from Greece, the Hippocampus lay large, semi-transparent eggs through which Tadfoal can be seen.
    • Beast, XXX
    • ID 25, Care 35
  • Horklump
    • A magical beast which resembles a fleshy pink mushroom covered in sparse, coarse black bristles. Their preferred prey is the earthworm, which they hunt using thin, muscular tentacles that they spread underground.
    • Beast, X
    • ID 15, Care 6
  • Imp
    • A magical beast located in Great Britain and Ireland, said to be related to the pixie.These mischievous creatures are found in damp or marsh areas and easily subdued with a knock-back jinx or something equally as distracting.  
    • Beast, XX
    • ID 3, Care 6
  • Jarvey
    • Often described as a talking Ferret, these creatures are found in Great Britain, Ireland, and North America. They are exceptional at de-gnoming gardens but any verbal communication with humans can come off as rude and insulting.
    • Beast, XXX
    • ID 12, Care 25
  • Jobberknoll

    Jobberknoll

    Jobberknoll
    • These blue-speckled birds are mute their whole lives until death, when they scream every sound they’ve ever heard backwards before dying. Commonly found in Northern Europe and North America. They are found usually roosting in house roofs.
    • Beast, XX
    • ID 5, Care 5
  • Kelpie
    • A shapeshifting water demon native to Great Britain and Ireland. A Kelpie can take any form but usually chooses that of a horse. After luring unwary travellers onto their backs, they drag them underwater and eat them.
    • Beast, XXXX
    • ID 34, Care 15
  • Knarl

    Knarl

    Knarl
    • A magical beast that greatly resembles a hedgehog. The only known difference between them is their behaviour. Knarls will savage the garden of a householder if they leave out food, seeing it as an attempt to lure it into a trap. They can usually be found around dwellings or in forests.
    • Beast, XXX
    • ID 20, Care 24
  • Kneazle
    • A magical beast related to, and similar in appearance to, a cat. Kneazles have a very high level of intelligence, are independent and occasionally aggressive, and have an uncanny ability to detect suspicious and untrustworthy people.
    • Beast, XXX
    • ID 16, Care 11
  • Leprechaun
    • Native to Ireland, these creatures are also called clauricorns. Usually mischievous in nature, these green skinned beasts are perfectly happy being classified by the ministry as beasts and have never requested to be classified as beings. They can create gold coins, but be wary as the gold disappears in a seemingly nasty trick of greed.
    • Beast, XXX
    • ID 0, Care 4
  • Lobalug
    • These creatures contain venom in a sack attached to a rubbery spout. Merpeople will often use them as weapons as they expell venom when threatened. Usually found in the North Sea.
    • Beast, XXX
    • ID 19, Care 34
  • Mackled Malaclaw
    • This beast resembles a lobster with a nasty effect for a bite. Any witch or wizard who finds themselves bitten by a Mackled Malaclaw should find themselves unlucky for up to a week. They are Grey with Green spots and found in Europe on any rocky coastline.
    • Beast, XXX
    • ID 15, Care 19
  • Merpeople
    • This classification is a general overview on three different subspecies. Originally from Greece, these creatures can be found worldwide in bodies of water. Universally they have a fish tail and a humanoid upper body, often reaching 7 to 8 feet in length, it’s not known if they can survive leaving their waters, but they can breathe for a time above the surface.
    • Beast, XXXX
    • ID 0, Care 31
      • Merrow
        • Found in Irish waters they are similar to the Scottish Selkie with a fish-like appearance and greyish skin
        • ID 12, Care 31
      • Selkie
        • Found in Scottish waters they are similar to the Irish Merrow with a fish-like appearance and  grey or green skin
        • ID 12, Care 31
      • Siren
        • Found in warmer waters such as Greece, the Siren is the typical image of the merpeople; beautiful, glittering scales, though they do have more fish-like appearances than human
        • ID 1, Care 31
  • Moke
    • This creature resembles a lizard with a distinct ability keeping them from muggles at large. They are able to shrink at will, but are prized for their skin to be used for fashion and accessories. A bag made of Mokeskin would retain it’s shrinking abilities around strangers and only open for the owner of the bag.
    • Beast, XXX
    • ID 21, Care 26
  • Mooncalf
    • With bulging eyes, this creature only comes out of its home during full moons. Muggle crop circles often show up around full moons due to these beasts as they create these strange circles with their mating dance.
    • Beast, XX
    • ID 7, Care 7
  • Murtlap
    • A water based beast with tentacles on it’s back. This rat like creature is found on the coasts of Britain and has a nasty bite. The bite, while not often serious, can cause sweating, twitching, and flames out of the anus.
    • Beast, XXX
    • ID 3, Care 27
  • Niffler
    • Master of thievery, this creature looks like a platypus and aims to shove shiny things in it’s seemingly bottomless pouch. Often kept by Goblins due to their shiny finding nature, they can burrow as deep as twenty feet into the ground.
    • Beast, XXX
    • ID 15, Care 20
  • Nogtail
    • A beast with the appearance of a pig with longer legs, this beast is found in Europe, Russia, North American, and South America. This beast would curse an entire farm if allowed to sneak into the pigsty to suckle on an ordinary pig. The only way to chase away these demons is with a pure white dog.
    • Beast, XXX
    • ID 8, Care 24
  • Nundu
    • Yellow with black spots, this beast resembles a leopard and can be found in East Africa. A very dangerous creature, it moves silently and with one breath can poison a whole village with disease.
    • Beast, XXXXX
    • ID 29, Care 98
  • Occamy
    • Found in Far East and India, this beast is highly valuable but very aggressive. Turquoise in colour, their eggs are sold on the black market for a hefty price as they are pure silver. The value to humans and wixen alike, makes this creature very protective of its eggs. They often expand and shrink to fit into places.
    • Beast, XXXX
    • ID 23, Care 50
  • Owl
    • These creatures are kept as pets among wixen kind and are used in postal services to send letters and packages across the lands. There are many different species and seem to understand magical folk.
    • Beast
    • ID 0, Care 2
  • Phoenix
    • These scarlet creatures are native to Egypt, India, and China. They are immortal through rebirth where at the end of their ‘lifetime’ they burst into flames and are reborn from the ashes. Their tears are extremely valuable for healing properties and their song provides support and comfort.
    • Beast, XXXX
    • ID 6, Care 50
  • Pixie
    • Colloquially called the “cornish pixie”, pixies can be found worldwide, are electric blue, and are exceptionally mischievous creatures. They are around 8” in height with a wingspan equalling this.
    • Beast, XXX
    • ID 1, Care 6
  • Plimpy
    • A small, round magical fish with long, spindly legs that can be found in freshwater lakes. They are not dangerous but will nibble on the toes of waders. The best form of management is to tie their legs together and let them float away
    • Beast, XXX
    • ID 16, Care 5
  • Porlock
    • This strange looking magical beast can usually be found guarding horses throughout the UK and Ireland. They grow to two feet in height, walk on stubby legs with cloven hooves, and are covered in rough, shaggy hair. They are reluctant to trust humans and feed off of grass and hay with the horses
    • Beast, XX
    • ID 21, Care 29
  • Quintaped
    • Also known as the Hairy MacBoon, this dangerous magical beast has five legs and is covered in thick red-brown fur. They can only be found on the Isle of Drear which is unplottable as they will eat any humans
    • Beast, XXXXX
    • ID 34, Care 80
  • Ramora
    • This immensely magically powerful fish can be found in the Indian Ocean and is a guardian of seafarers, with the ability to anchor ships in place. It is illegal to capture these fish
    • Beast, XX
    • ID 7, Care 60
  • Re’em
    • Native to America and the Far East, it resembles a massive oxen with a golden hide. Its blood is used to give immense strength and is very rare to find on the open market
    • Beast, XXXX
    • ID 8, Care 31
  • Runespoor
    • Found in Burkina Faso, this three headed snake can grow to giant proportions if they do not turn on themselves and devour the other head. The forests where the runespoor can be found are largely unplottable to avoid muggle sightings
    • Beast, XXXX
    • ID 9, Care 33
  • Salamander
    • Also known as Fire Salamanders, or Fire Dwelling Salamanders, are small magical fire dwelling lizards that feed on the flames they are born in, they can be fed paprika and kept alive outside of flames for up to 6 hours
    • Beast, XXX
    • ID 12, Care 8
  • Sea Serpent
    • Sea Serpents can be found around the world, they can reach up to one hundred feet in length with a horse-like head and a serpent body. Despite their fearsome appearance, they have never hurt a human being but discretion must be used if caring for it
    • Beast, XXX
    • ID 1, Care 38
  • Shrake
    • This fish is a magically created species, it is covered in spines and prone to destroying fisherman’s nets. When attempting to procure shrake spines for potion use, the wixen doing so must be careful not to injure the shrake.
    • Beast, XXX
    • ID 14, Care 35
  • Streeler
    • The Streeler is a giant magical snail that produces poisonous slime and its poison spiked shell changes colour every hour. Gloves are strongly recommended when handling streeler. They are a favourite with snail racers who want a bit more risk.
    • Beast, XXX
    • ID 3, Care 21
  • Tebo
    • The Tebo resembles a warthog, ashen in colour it is very difficult to catch due to its ability to turn invisible. Its hide is strong and resistant to spells and because of this it’s often used to make protective clothing and shields
    • Beast, XXXX
    • ID 22, Care 33
  • Troll
    • These beasts are easy enough to identify, being up to 12 feet in height, prodigiously strong, stupid, and heavy. Knowing how to identify the subspecies of troll will make it easier to know how to care for them appropriately
    • Beast, XXXX
    • ID 1, Care 58
      • Mountain Troll
        • The largest and most violent of the subspecies, the mountain troll stands at 12 feet and has grey, lumpy looking skin. It has flat, horny feet and smells horrific.
        • ID 19, Care 48
      • River Troll
        • Found usually under bridges or in rivers, this subspecies of troll usually has purplish hairy skin and short horns.
        • ID 19, Care 48
      • Forest Troll
        • This subspecies of troll is found in most large forests and has pale green skin and straggly brown hair
        • ID 19, Care 48
  • Trollcleg
    • This magical fly is found usually flying around the heads of trolls, because of this it is not wise to attempt to care for them. They feed off of the blood of trolls, due to this their jaws have a very strong bite to get through the trolls rough skin
    • Beast
    • ID 2, Care 48
  • Trollwig
    • This small magical parasite can usually be found within the ears of trolls feeding off of their earwax, because of this it is not wise to attempt to care for them. They have six long legs and a three parted body
    • Beast
    • ID 2, Care 48
  • Unicorn
    • This creature is easily recognisable as a horse with a magical horn protruding from its head. When not found in specially designed unicorn reserves, they can be found in forested areas.
      • Juvenile
        • Unicorns are born with a golden coat which remains until about two years of age whereupon it becomes silverish, and by age four to a full pure white. Up until their coat changes, juvenile unicorns are more receptive to humans - though they prefer the feminine touch.
        • ID 1, Care 18
      • Mature
        • From the age of two and older, unicorns are less easy to be caught. As they age they continue to prefer the feminine touch.  
        • ID 0, Care 45
      • Unicorn Hair
        • Unicorn tail hair is used in wands and in potions. Due to its shade and opacity it is not the easiest to spot.
        • ID 34, Care 10
  • Winged Horse
    • This species of horse is distinct due to their wings. Knowing how to identify the individual subspecies makes them easier to care for. By law, owners are required to place disillusionment charms on their winged horses. They are often used for racing.
    • ID 1, Care 48
      • Abraxan
        • Similar to a palomino horse, the abraxan can reach 22 hands in height and are primarily bred in the warmer parts of mainland Europe. They require strong care and feed only on single malt whiskey
        • Beast, XX-XXXX
        • ID 21, Care 28
      • Aethonan
        • These beautiful chestnut winged horses are bred primarily in the UK and Ireland
        • Beast, XX-XXXX
        • ID 21, Care 23
      • Granian
        • Bred primarily in Scandinavian countries these winged horses are a gentle grey in colour and are the most gentle of the winged horse breeds
        • Beast, XX-XXXX
        • ID 21, Care 20
      • Thestral
        • Only those who have seen death can see this breed of winged horse. With a black hide and leathery wings it is often touted as an omen of death. They are quite rare and only experienced wixen should attempt to care for them.
        • Beast, XXXX
        • ID 21, Care 25

The Monster Book of Monsters

  • Alizor of Westacottus
    • This humanoid looking creature is distinguishable by its rotund body, long, spindly limbs, large feet, round ears, and long nose. They can be found in grassy wild grass and feeds on beetles which it crushes between stones. They can be pests in the garden but actively avoids anywhere the pungous onion is planted.
    • Beast
    • ID 13, Care 15
  • Coco Rumsey Catcher
    • This beast appears quite similar to pixies but are a pale green, they are less mischievous than their distant relatives however enjoy picking flowers and can often destroy a well presented garden in an hour. They can be managed in largely the same way as pixies.
    • Beast
    • ID 1, Care 6
  • Daraliznof Freaazer
    • Though similar in appearance to a house elf, the Daraliznof Freaazar is purely nocturnal with pale skin, and large, bulging eyes. They can commonly be found in heavily wooded areas feeding on worms, snails, and slugs. They are not dangerous.
    • Beast
    • ID 9, Care 1
  • Gringwart Goff
    • With long horns, bat like wings, and two to three fingers on each hand, the Gringwart Goff is almost mythical in appearance. Though this leathery black skinned beast appears terrifying, it is surprisingly gentle and appears to watch over flocks of sheep at night, because of its tendency to flee wixen only the more skilled are advised to try and care for it by offering fresh pig blood in a silver bucket.
    • Beast
    • ID 28, Care 31
  • Genie
    • Native to the Ivorian Rivers these creatures can glide over water with ease, most genies have blue or greenish skin, they can control water as a “weapon” and become less powerful the further they are from water.
    • Spirit
    • ID 1, Care 16
  • Hippogriff
    • A magical beast that has the front legs, wings, and head of a giant eagle and the body, hind legs and tail of a horse. The talons on their front legs are a half a foot long. Hippogriffs are carnivorous and extremely dangerous until tamed.
    • Beast, XXX
    • ID 11, Care 15
  • Kraken
    • A Scandinavian sea creature that, similar to the Giant Squid which resides in the Black Lake of Hogwarts Castle, is friendly towards the magical people. Because of this it is easy enough to tame though it has a severe distaste for muggles and has been known to destroy ships.
    • Beast
    • ID 1, Care 16
  • Limax
    • At about three to four feet in height, the Limax can be found in the deep waters of northern English and Scottish lakes as well as the lakes of Northern Europe and Scandinavia. They have a wide, hammer-shaped head, a snake-like lower body, and four arms with hands. It usually wields multiple axes, maces, and daggers at once and four disarming charms are needed to get past it to the items it collects from the bottom of lakes - usually dropped by unwary swimmers and boaters.
    • Beast
    • ID 15, Care 21
  • Manticore
    • One of the wizarding world’s most dangerous creatures, the Manticore has the head of a human, the body of a lion, and the tail of a scorpion that can kill anyone instantly with its sting. The Manticore is capable of human speech.
    • Beast, XXXXX
    • ID 34, Care 81
  • Nazzle Mumph
    • The Nazzle Mumph is another beast related to the pixie though it is more yellow in colour and likes to reside in trees. It can be particularly problematic as it likes to raid squirrels nests and use stored nuts as ammo when using unsuspecting humans as target practice. They can be managed in largely the same way as pixies.
    • Beast
    • ID 1, Care 6
  • Shelliferous Drogodflikerous
    • This small beast is around four inches in height and is usually found feeding off of ink. It is humanoid in shape, has large wings, a rounded belly, flat feet, and large, deep set eyes. It is noted to be a household pest and has a nasty bite if any attempts are made to take ink from it, the offer of a quill usually placates them.
    • ID 4, Care 3
  • Sphinx
    • Native to Egypt, the Sphinx is easily recognisable with a human head and face, and the body of a lion. These creatures should be treated with utmost respect as they can be exceptionally violent.
    • Beast, XXXX
    • ID 1, Care 33
  • Valcore
    • The valcore is a particularly vicious beast and great care should be taken around it as it is perfectly capable of ripping a tree from its roots to use as a club. It is humanoid in appearance and has a large head covered in horns, thin but strong arms, and thick legs.
    • ID 14, Care 51

Dragon Species of Great Britain, Ireland, and the Wizarding World

  • Dragon
    • Giant winged, fire-breathing reptilian beasts found all over the world. Able to fly and breathe fire through their nostrils and mouths, they are one of the most dangerous hardest to conceal creatures in the wizarding world. Knowing how to identify between the species of dragon can make a difference between life and death.
    • Beast, XXXXX
    • ID 0, Care 78
  • Antipodean Opaleye
    • A breed of dragon native to New Zealand, the Antipodean Opaleye can often also be found in Australia. It resides in valleys and is known for its beautiful pearly scales. This dragon is not particularly aggressive and rarely kills unless hungry. They are loyal and the least dangerous or deadly dragon of all.
    • Beast, XXXXX
    • ID 18, Care 60
  • Catalonian Fireball
    • The Catalonian Fireball is found in the Catalonia region of Spain. The dragon is known by its black snout and spiked back. Furthermore, as the name suggests, the fire of the Catalonian Fireball comes out in a spherical shape that burns intensely.
    • Beast, XXXXX
    • ID 18, Care 68
  • Chinese Fireball
    • Also known as the Liondragon, the Chinese Fireball is a dragon native to China. It is named after the round balls of flame that shoot from it's nostrils. This dragon has a fringe of gold spikes around its face, appearing similar to the lion's mane.
    • Beast, XXXXX
    • ID 18, Care 82
  • Common Welsh Green
    • As its name gives away, this species is green and native to Wales where it nests in higher, mountainous regions. It is a more subdued breed and rarely kills more than sheep and small mammals.
    • Beast, XXXXX
    • ID 18, Care 61
  • Hebridean Black
    • The most aggressive of the dragons of the United Kingdom and is native to the Hebrides. It has dark leathery skin, brilliant purple eyes and can grow up to thirty feet in length.  The Hebridean Black primarily eats deer and cattle.
    • Beast, XXXXX
    • ID 18, Care 75
  • Hungarian Horntail
    • Considered to be the most dangerous dragon in the world, it has black scales, a spiked tail, and a lizard-like appearance, it has the ability to fly up to 150 miles per hour.
    • Beast, XXXXX
    • ID 18, Care 90
  • Norwegian Ridgeback
    • Native to Norway it can be found mostly in the Northern Mountains. The Norwegian Ridgeback has black ridges on its back and brown scales. Its fangs are venomous and the female of the species are noted to be far more ferocious.
    • Beast, XXXXX
    • ID 18, Care 75
  • Peruvian Vipertooth
    • This copper coloured dragon is found in Northern and Eastern Peru, it has black ridges and short horns. It is the smallest and fastest of the dragon breeds, it only grows up to 15 feet in length. Whilst it mainly feeds on goats, it has a particular taste for humans.
    • Beast, XXXXX
    • ID 18, Care 80
  • Portuguese Long-Snout
    • Found in the North of Portugal the Portuguese Long-Snout is one of the least commonly seen dragons, it has light green scales and jet black eyes, growing up to 20 feet in length. It primarily feeds off of fish.
    • Beast, XXXXX
    • ID 18, Care 68
  • Romanian Longhorn
    • Native to the Carpathian mountains in Romania, the longhorn is green in colour and has long glittering golden horns with a shorter one upon its nose. It is known for goring its prey on its horns and then roasting it.
    • Beast, XXXXX
    • ID 18, Care 63
  • Swedish Short-Snout
    • Found in the uninhabited mountains of Sweden, this beautiful dragon has silvery blue scales, grows to 22 foot, and breathes blue hot flames which can turn timber and bones to ash.
    • Beast, XXXXX
    • ID 18, Care 66
  • Ukrainian Ironbelly
    • The Ukrainian Ironbelly is the largest species of dragon, metallic grey in colour, and weighing up to six tonnes. It is bipedal, has a rotund stomach with an immense wingspan, and can produce flames of almost 2000 degrees celsius.
    • Beast, XXXXX
    • ID 18, Care 78
  • Water Dragon
    • The Water Dragon is the only species of dragon that primarily resides in water, whilst submerged its flames boil the surrounding water. It has bluish-green scales and a fin-like tail. It carries a parasite upon it that can be transferred to humans.
    • Beast, XXXXX
    • ID 18, Care 59
  • Dragon Toad
    • The dragon toad has yellow eyes and flame coloured scaly skin. It reportedly can breathe fire and its skin is often hot to touch. It is often found in more temperate climates.
    • ID 12, Care 15
  • Firedrake
    • This small, yellow black, magical flying lizard is often mistaken for dragons though the primary difference is they do not breathe fire but emit sparks from the end of their long tails. They should be kept away from anything flammable.
    • ID 12, Care 19
  • Wyvern
    • The Wyvern is commonly mistaken for a dragon, but it does not breathe flames, instead it has the ability to inflate large portions of its body.
    • ID 18, Care 52

House-Elves & Self Hatred

  • Giant Grub
    • These foot long, white grubs are often used to feed larger creatures
    • ID 3, Care 18
  • House Elf
    • These magical beings grow up to about 3 feet in height, they are usually bald and have large eyes, ears, and noses, though they all differ in appearance. They are immensely loyal to their wizard family. They have their own magic which, despite their size, is exceptionally powerful.
    • Being
    • ID 8, Care 1

The Unicorn, The Witch, & The Cauldron

  • A beehive

    A beehive

    Bee
    • Though similar in appearance to the wasp, the honeybee is less bright with thick black stripes and care must be taken when collecting honey from their  hives and especially in the wild.
    • ID 0, Care 24
  • Bundimun
    • This magical pest is found worldwide, it is green and has many eyes, and resembles mould. It has a highly offensive smell and its secretions can rot houses. Scouring charms can be used to clear it, however large infestations require the input of the Department for the Regulation and Control of Magical Creatures. Its secretions can be diluted and used as a cleaning solution.
    • Beast, XXX
    • ID 12, Care 14
  • Bicorn
    • This dangerous cattle-like creature has two horns which shed annually. It can be found in sub saharan countries. Care must be taken when retrieving their shed horns.
    • Beast
    • ID 12, Care 38
  • Dragonfly

    Dragonfly

    Dragonfly
    • This small insect can often be found near water, it has a long thin body and beautiful shiny wings.
    • Beast
    • ID 1, Care 5
  • Flying Seahorses
    • These magical seahorses have wings and can fly when provoked, they are tan or reddish in colour and are usually found in freshwater lakes.
    • Beast
    • ID 13, Care 3
  • Hairy Caterpillar

    Hairy Caterpillar

    Hairy Caterpillar
    • This caterpillar is also known as the woolly bear - for good reason! It has a dense coat of long hairs all over its body and are green-chestnut in colour. They can often be found in grassy areas
    • Beast
    • ID 4, Care 5
  • Horned Slug

    Horned Slug

    Horned Slug
    • Whilst easily identifiable as slugs, along with their tentacles, they also have horn shaped protrusions, they are commonly found in gardens
    • Beast
    • ID 1, Care 1
  • Leech

    Leech

    Leech
    • These small, slug-like invertebrates feed off of human blood. They are found in shallow freshwater and their spit contains anticoagulants which means care should be taken when harvesting them.
    • Beast
    • ID 1, Care 5
  • Red Spider

    Red Spider

    Red Spider
    • Whilst called a spider, these small insects are actually mites they are usually found near dwellings
    • Beast
    • ID 1, Care 5

The Dark Forces: A Guide to Self-Protection

  • Banshee
    • The banshee is a dangerous spirit native to Ireland with long black hair and a greenish skeletal face. Their cry is fatal to anyone who hears it, the laughing potion is an effective defence against them.
    • Spirit
    • ID 7, Care 40
  • Blood-Sucking Bugbear
    • The Blood-Sucking Bugbear is a bear-like creature that resides in Scotland. It is known to attack cockerels, chickens, young children and pigs. It is known to suck creatures dry of blood before removing its skin to get to softer tissues. It is exceptionally dangerous.
    • Beast
    • ID 19, Care 40
  • Cocoon Spider
    • This green and orange coloured spider is able to completely cover a human with its web within half a minute, entirely paralysing them. It is vulnerable to the fire-marking spell but immune to the knockback jinx
    • Beast
    • ID 14, Care 33
  • Dementor
    • The dementor is a gliding wraith-like creature swathed in rags with decaying looking hands. They feed off of human happiness and can even consume the soul of a human leaving them in a vegetative state with the “dementors kiss”. The patronus charm is the only spell known to ward them off.
    • Non-Being
    • ID 11, Care 50
  • Flesh-eating slug
    • This garden pest has green skin and black eyes, its spittle has a corrosive effect on plants and will eat plants, and creatures that remain still long enough
    • Beast
    • ID 11, Care 29
  • Hag
    • The hag appears like an elderly witch though it has far more warts, four toes on each foot, and a taste for human children. It has some rudimentary magic to coax children away with them.
    • Being
    • ID 13, Care 29
  • Grim
    • It is unknown if the grim is a real creature or just a mythological omen of death. It is reported to take the form of a spectral, large, bear-like dog with yellow glowing eyes.
    • Spirit, Non-Being
    • ID 11, Care 29
  • Mummy
    • A ceremonially preserved corpse localised to Egypt, though some are known to have been created across Africa, Europe, the Americas, Oceania, and Asia. They are usually reanimated by dark wixen.
    • Living Dead
    • ID 1, Care 38
  • Vampire
    • Vampires are wixen who have been infected with a blood curse. They appear gaunt with sharp fangs, they age slower than humans but they are mortal. Garlic is a means to ward them off.
    • Being
    • ID 2, Care 29
  • Zombie
    • These living dead are found in the South Americas and are identifiable by their grey skin, and decaying scent. Zombies are corpses that have been reanimated by dark wixen to be an unwilling slave.
    • Living Dead
    • ID 5, Care 31

The Essential Defence Against the Dark Arts

  • Boggart
    • Boggarts are an amortal shape shifting being that takes on the form of the viewers greatest fear. The riddikulus charm changes its form into something amusing so that laughter can dispel it.
    • Non-Being Spirit
    • ID 11, Care 14
  • Hinkypunk
    • Though a beast, this creature has a spirit-like appearance of wispy white or grey smoke with a proclivity of luring unwary travellers into bogs or wetlands
    • Beast
    • ID 14, Care 15
  • Grindylow
    • A small, horned, pale-green skinned water demon native to Great Britain and Ireland. The Grindylow was only ever tamed by merpeople and was known to eat fish, algae, small sea creatures and occasionally humans.  
    • Beast, XX
    • ID 12, Care 14
  • Kappa
    • These japanese water demons look like scaly monkeys and feed off of human blood, they are known for strangling humans who wade into their ponds. It has a hollow in its skull which holds water, this water is the source of its strength.
    • Beast, XXXX
    • ID 11, Care 14
  • Red Cap
    • These dwarf-like creatures inhabit wherever human blood has been shed, they have red eyes, green skin, and grow to a maximum of 4 feet. They attack the lost but can easily be repelled by basic charms or hexes
    • Beast, XXX
    • ID 11, Care 14
  • Werewolf
    • Normally resembling a human being, at the full moon those afflicted with the curse of lycanthropy will transform into a werewolf. They have a shorter snout than regular wolves, human-like eyes, tufted tail, and they will specifically hunt for human flesh. All lycanthropes appear to age faster than others in their human form and have traits from their human form reflected in their wolf form.
    • Beast, XXXXX
    • ID 14, Care 99

Advanced Defence Against the Dark Arts

  • Gorgon
    • Dark magical creatures with serpentine bodies and snakes for hair. Gorgons have the ability to turn anyone who looks at it into stone. They are female in appearance and thought to have originated from Greece, as they appear heavily through their mythology.
    • Beast
    • ID 3, Care 18
  • Inferius
    • Inferius (pl. Inferi) is a dead body, reanimated by a Dark Wizard’s curse. Similar but intrinsically distinct from zombies, Inferi have pale-white skin and cloudy white eyes and are extremely vulnerable to fire.
    • Living Dead
    • ID 29, Care 53
  • Pogrebin
    • Found mostly in Russia, this demon resembles a small rock when crouching. It tails unwary travellers instilling futility and despair into them, when they succumb, the pogrebin will leap upon the traveller to attempt to devour them. They can be fought off by stunning spells, dark charms, or kicking
    • Beast, XXX
    • ID 23, Care 29
  • Sasabonsam
    • These vampiric, spindle legged creatures are found in Nigeria, though they do not suck blood like vampires they will drink spilled blood and become crazed and will start to attack upon spilling it.
    • Beast
    • ID 29, Care 60
  • Selma
    • Unlike the peaceful sea serpent, the Selma is a vicious predator found in the freshwater lakes of Norway. Only the most skilled wixen should care for it
    • ID 20, Care 80
  • Sprite
    • These water monsters live in freshwater lakes and can be particularly dangerous. They are well known for dragging their victims down by the ankles to drown where they eat them. They appear like human females covered in pale blue scales, the palms of their hands can cause damage when they grab onto their victims.
    • Beast
    • ID 12, Care 30
  • Swooping Evil
    • These beasts appear similar to an extremely large blue-and-green butterfly but with a wolf-like skull. As an encephalophage it feeds on human brains. When it is not flying with its spiked wings, the Swooping Evil shrinks into a green spiny cocoon.
    • Beast
    • ID 31, Care 43

Magical Creatures of the Americas

  • Caipora
    • These small and furry creatures are found in the Amazon Rainforest of Brazil and primarily protect the grounds of Castelobruxo. They have red hair, red eyes, green skin, and backward facing feet. They are renowned for being exceptionally mischievous. They are known to be afraid of light and are very vengeful of any hunters.
    • Spirit-Being
    • ID 25, Care 29
  • Chupacabra
    • Part lizard, part homunculus, these blood sucking magical beasts native to the Americas. The Chupacabra had six legs, multiple spines, and several sharp teeth. It has blue markings with red rings on its body. It can be caught with the corpse of a creature imbued with a sleeping draught.
    • Beast
    • ID 24, Care 30
  • Curupira
    • Native to Brazil, these red-haired, forest dwelling dwarves have backward facing feet and are fiercely protective of other magical creatures and will defend them from humans if they feel they are being threatened.
    • Beast
    • ID 29, Care 53
  • Hodag
    • These magical, frog-headed, horned beasts reside in the North Americas and are roughly the size of a small dog. They are drawn to No-Maj farms though prefer to feed on Mooncalves. Their horns have magical properties and when powdered they could make a person immune to the effects of alcohol and able to go without sleep for seven days and nights.
    • Beast, XXX
    • ID 27, Care 12
  • Hidebehind
    • A nocturnal, forest-dwelling, spectre-like beast that preys on humanoid creatures especially humans. It can shift its shape, allowing it to hide behind almost any object as well as having the power of invisibility.
    • Beast, XXXX
    • ID 32, Care 34
  • Horned Serpent
    • This magical snake is found around the world but most commonly in North America and inhabit bodies of water. They have a horned head, and some species have a jewelled stone in the centre of their head. They emit a low musical note to alert to danger.
    • Beast, XXXXX
    • ID 23, Care 29
  • Jackalope
    • This American creature appears to look like a Jack Rabbit with Antlers, they are very popular pets in America, to own one in the UK a licence is required.
    • Beast
    • ID 25, Care 7
  • Leucrotta
    • These large cloven hooved beasts resemble a moose - though it has large and uneven horns - and are found in the Northern parts of the Americas. It can stretch its mouth to fit an entire human within it. It is capable of mimicking and repeating sounds
    • Beast
    • ID 15, Care 19
  • Pukwudgie
    • Pukwudgies are short, large eared, grey humanoid creatures. They are related to European Goblins though are known to both help, and play tricks on humans. They are fiercely independent, dangerous, and hunt with poisonous arrows
    • Beast
    • ID 8, Care 57
  • Rougarou
    • This monstrous human-bodied, dog-headed creature is found in Louisiana and is known to prowl the swamps. It is exceptionally vicious and dangerous and should only be approached by the most skilled magizoologist
    • Beast
    • ID 20, Care 48
  • Sasquatch
    • Also known as Big Foot this magical ape-like creature is found in the Northern states of the United States of America and can grow up to 15 feet in height. It is a poorly kept secret of the Magical community as plenty of No-Maj are “Big Foot Hunters.”
    • Beast/Being
    • ID 1, Care 71
  • Snallygaster
    • This dragon-like magical beast can be found in the North Americas. It is part-bird, part-reptile and a distant relative of the Occamy, it has serrated fangs capable of tearing apart its prey. Its natural curiosity has made it repeatedly threaten the International Statute of Secrecy
    • Beast, XXXX
    • ID 34, Care 38
  • Thunderbird
    • Primarily found in Arizona this huge bird is a close relative of the phoenix and it can create magical storms as it flies. It can sense danger, due to its high intelligence only the most competent magizoologist should attempt to care for it.
    • Beast, XXXX
    • ID 31, Care 49
  • Wampus Cat
    • Resembling a Mountain Lion, the Wampus Cat is native to the Appalachian Mountains. It is exceptionally dangerous as it can outrun arrows and its yellow eyes reportedly can hypnotise and it has the power of legilimency. It is fast, strong, and almost impossible to kill.
    • Beast, XXXXX
    • ID 35, Care 81
  • White River Monster
    • This magical fish is native to the White River of Arkansas characterised by its spiny back. It is large, grey, and appears like a catfish but following to the death of wandmaker, Thiago Quintana, the skill of luring this fish has died with them.
    • Beast
    • ID 31, Care 100

Magical Creatures of the East

  • Abarimon
    • This hairy humanoid creature has backwards feet, it is a fast runner and is exceptionally savage making them difficult to catch. It is supposed that they can only breathe the air of their home valleys in India and no one has tried to test this by taking them away.
    • Beast
    • ID 20, Care 41
  • Dukuwaqa
    • Native to the warm oceans of Fiji, the Dukuwaqa can transform itself from man to shark though it is officially neither. In both forms they are exceptionally dangerous.
    • Beast
    • ID 23, Care 45
  • Giant Storm Petrel
    • Storm Petrels are not normally a magical creature but the Giant Storm Petrels native to Japan are. They take the younger day students at Mahoutokoro Palace to and from the school every day.
    • Beast
    • ID 12, Care 1
  • Hoo-hoo
    • This small fire-bird is native to Japan. They are palm sized and grow no larger, it is thought to be related to the Phoenix.
    • Beast
    • ID 14, Care 28
  • Oni
    • These large, horned humanoid creatures are native to Japan, they have red and yellow skin which is thick and repellant of most magical charms and hexes
    • Beast
    • ID 28, Care 43
  • Qilin
    • Dear-like in appearance, the Qilin is native to China. They are able to see into the souls of wixen and will bow only to the pure of heart. Due to their rarity, the amateur magizoologists are largely recommended against approaching them.
    • Beast
    • ID 31, Care 48
  • Zouwu
    • This huge Chinese creature is about the size of an elephant and has the appearance of a cat. It has a striped body and a long mane, it has four long teeth that protrude from its mouth and long sharp claws. It has an exceptionally long tail and is fast, with the ability to cover 1000 miles in a day, they reportedly have the ability to apparate
    • Beast
    • ID 29, Care 33
  • Yeti
    • A magical beast native to Tibet. Also known as the Abominable Snowman or Bigfoot, the Yeti stands up to 15 feet tall and is a snowy-white furred humanoid. The Yeti will attack and eat anything it meets.  
    • Beast, XXXX
    • ID 1, Care 71

Beings aren’t Beasts

  • Dwarf
    • These short, stocky humanoid creatures are exceptionally strong, they are a secretive species and little is known about them.
    • Being
    • ID 1, Care 16
  • Giant
    • Giants are exceptionally large humanoids and can grow up to 25 feet in height. They have their own language though are not as intelligent as humans. They are thought to be extinct across Europe and are now extinct in the Americas.
    • Being
    • ID 0, Care 90
  • Goblin
    • Goblins are a group of highly intelligent humanoid beings. They have long fingers and toes and don’t usually grow more than 48” in height. They have their own kind of magic which they can do so without a wand.
    • Being
    • ID 1, Care 1
  • Veela
    • Veela are semi-human magical beings; beautiful women with white-gold hair and skin that appears to shine moon-bright. When angry, Veela take on a less pleasant appearance; their faces elongate into sharp, cruel-beaked bird heads, and long scaly wings burst from their shoulders.
    • Being
    • ID 1, Care 1
  • Wood Nymph
    • These magical beings are thought to be related to sprites - though far less malevolent - and fairies. They are beautiful female presenting beings with woody coloured skin and enjoy singing. They have a low intelligence but are quite content around wixen.
    • Being
    • ID 19, Care 1

Knowing The Unseen

  • Ghost
    • The imprint/spirit of a soul of a once-living wizard or witch. Ghosts are either afraid of death or have some extraordinarily strong connection to the locations they haunt. Visible only to wizen as greyish-silver apparitions of their former (living) selves.
    • Spirit
    • ID 0, Care 4
  • Common Ghoul
    • A magical beast that resembles a slimy, buck-toothed ogre. Ghouls tend to live in the attics or barns of wizards and witches. They are relatively harmless and are seen merely as nuisances for all the noise they make.
    • Beast, XX
    • ID 4, Care 2
      • Chameleon Ghoul
        • An aggressive breed of ghoul that can disguise itself as an everyday object to avoid detection. Through use of the Revelio Charm it is capable to uncover disguised Ghouls.
        • ID 5, Care 2
  • Gytrash
    • A large dog-like spirit with a forked tail. This fast and dangerous brute runs wild throughout the woodlands of Great Britain either singly or in groups. Sensitive to light, a simple Wand-Lighting Charm can be used to ward off Gytrashes.
    • Spirit-Beast
    • ID 12, Care 4
  • Lethifold
    • A carnivorous and extremely dangerous magical beast that resembles a black cloak. Known as the Living Shroud, the Lethifold attacks humans at night when they are asleep, suffocating and then digesting them.
    • Beast, XXXXX
    • ID 25, Care 38
  • Poltergeist
    • An amortal “indestructible spirit of chaos”, Poltergeists haunt one specific location at a time, generally those inhabited by a large number of adolescents. Poltergeists generally do not have a physical form but are capable of moving objects.
    • Non-Being Spirit
    • ID 5, Care 49

Pets you probably shouldn’t have (or breed)

  • Blast-Ended Skrewt
    • A magical hybrid between Manticores and Fire Crabs, they can grow up to 10 feet in length and are exceptionally dangerous. They look like shell-less lobsters when newly hatched and will develop to look like giant scorpions, the blast from their rear end can propel them many feet.
    • Beast
    • ID 14, Care 20
  • Cerberus
    • This rare magical beast looks like a three-headed dog. Only approved wixen may breed them and they must be trained with a fail safe to put them to sleep e.g. singing, whistling yankee doodle, reading a set poem. They are exceptionally good at protecting things.
    • Beast
    • ID 1, Care 48
  • Cockatrice
    • This magical creature resembles a rooster with a lizard tail. They are exceptionally dangerous and breathe fire.
    • Beast
    • ID 12, care 30
  • Double-Ended Newt
    • The double-ended newt is named thusly due to it being a newt with a head to each end of its body. They feed on algae and live in water.
    • Beast
    • ID 1, Care 3
  • Fire-breathing chicken
    • The fire-breathing chicken in named thusly due to it being a chicken that can breathe fire. They are illegal to breed, most breeders do so for fire-cock fighting.
    • Beast
    • ID 3, Care 21
  • Six-legged Panda Pig
    • This magical creature is a cross between a pig and a panda.
    • Beast
    • ID 1, Care 4
  • Vampyr Mosp
    • This fanged wasp-moth hybrid are native to damper areas, they are aggressive and have a very painful sting.
    • ID 12, Care 30

Relatively Safe Pets: Magical and Otherwise

  • Chicken
    • A small, flightless, domesticated bird, reared for meat or eggs. They are kept by wizarding and muggle households alike. Whilst non-magical, they can be used for the breeding of basilisks, and can also be magically altered, though this is highly illegal.
    • ID 0, Care 2
  • Cow
    • A domestically raised livestock for meat or dairy. They are usually found in farming areas.
    • Beast
    • ID 0, Care 26
  • Fire Slug
    • These slugs are native to the Amazon Rainforest in Brazil, little is known of them apart from the fact they are purportedly responsible for forest fires across the country.
    • Beast
    • ID 4, Care 12
  • Firetrail Snail
    • These large green snails have red horned shells, they are resistant to fire  and when attacked can produce fire in their trail.
    • Beast
    • ID 5, Care 6
  • Flailtail Snail
    • These snails are usually found in damp areas and are predominantly blueish in colour though can be found in other colours. They are popular for snail racers.
    • Beast
    • ID 5, Care 6
  • Giant Squid
    • This giant cephalopod can be found across most open waters though the giant squid of the Hogwarts Black Lake is semi-domesticated and friendly towards wixen. It is strongly suspected that Giant Squid have magical properties.
    • ID 0, Care 1
  • Glow Bug
    • These small magical worms bioluminesce and can be used as a light source. They don’t appear to have much use beyond this but they are difficult to feed due to their size.
    • Beast
    • ID 5, Care 21
  • Marmite
    • These creatures appear like a cross between a mite and a squid, with a transparent body and long tentacles. They are gentle beasts and can be kept as pets if hand reared from larvae.
    • Beast
    • ID 16, Care 4
  • Matagot
    • These large black cats are bred solely in France and a permit is needed to bring them into the United Kingdom. They are calm for their owners but when threatened can become exceptionally vicious and are resistant to most forms of magic. In the muggle world they revert to looking like normal black cats.
    • Beast
    • ID 29, Care 21
  • Muskrill
    • Muskrill are a white, krill-like creature that produce bio-luminescence which are often used as a magical alternative to colourful light sources that muggles use. Care must be taken handling this beast.
    • Beast
    • ID 19, Care 2
  • Puffskein

    Puffskein

    Puffskein
    • These spherical creatures are covered in soft tufted fur and are found around wizarding dwellings if not kept as a pet. They are scavengers and will eat leftovers, dead creatures, and at times wizard bogeys.
    • Beast, XX
    • ID 1, Care 1
  • Pygmy Puff
    • Miniature puffskeins, also called pygmy puffs, are popular pets with younger generations and can only be purchased at Weasley’s Wizard Wheezes, they are primarily bred in lilacs and pinks.
    • ID 1, Care 1
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