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  1. beautificationpotion_fairywings_gather.loc
  2.   zi   *   ÜSafely gathered in! Right, get it in the jar. Right, get it in the jar. To collect fairy wings you first need to catch some fairies.  That's one set of wings! Now catch as many as you can! Don't worry about the fairy - it will survive. Trap that one in the jar. Trap that one in the jar. Empty the net over the jar, get it in. Empty the net over the jar, get it in. You've got it! Upend your net into the jar! Upend your net into the jar! Well caught. That's it! You've done this before! Smartly done! Listen to them buzz! Another caught! Nice job! Another for the collection! Good… Quick work! You've a good eye for this! Good! Excellent. Another in the jar! Hello? Is there anybody there? You need to get catching these fairies! Don't let that net stand idle. Let's catch some fairies. And another! We'll be overwhelmed by fairies! Try to catch some, quickly! Use the net to catch the fairies.  Keep trying. No fairies caught yet? Keep at it. Now put it in that jar- just tilt your net up and into the jar. Luckily, these particular pests seem a little slow today - they shouldn't be too hard to catch, even for you. I think they’re onto you! Better get that net moving! They've really caught on now. You need to net them as quickly as you can, we're almost out of time. Oh dear. We still haven't got enough fairy wings for our potion. We'll need to give that another try. We need more fairy wings. Another attempt is needed. So, here we are again. Back among the fairies. I'm sure you'll do better this time, now you've got the hang of it. Now get that net ready. And now we've obtained our fairy wings we can grind them up nice and fine for the Beautification Potion. You lucky thing, I used to love grinding fairy wings … back when I had hands. aâpT    jð»l    
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  9. beautificationpotion_fairywings_prepare.loc
  10.   zi   $  {Ah yes! The Beautification Potion produces a flood of bubbles. Better pop them so that we can move on. Use your wand. Now you must stir slowly. Grind the fairy wings, then add to cauldron. Yes, that's not bad at all. You'll need to drop the wings into the bowl.  Do you mind?! Into the bowl with them, if you please. Well done! Now, bottled morning dew. Add more wings, then you can grind them all in one go. It's much more satisfying. Oh yes! Get grinding those wings! We need a fine powder! What?! Those wings are still whole! Put that pestle to work! Come on, grind up those wings! There's more to do. You need a fine powder! Keep at it, come on! The wings must be ground into a powder, not just "prodded about a bit". More grinding! Ah, I remember when I ground up my first fairy wing. It brings a tear to the eye. Though that might just be the dust. That is fine grinding indeed! Now use your wand, pour the powder in the cauldron. We're moving on apace! Next a slow stirring is required. Pick it up! Before it becomes evening dew. Now pour in a pint of the dew. You’re doing well. Just a little more. Well done! Very well done! You will need to stir quickly to fully mix in the morning dew. Now, make haste with your stirring. That's it! Keep up the pace. Ha! You're a natural stirrer. I'll wager I'm not the first to say that. Look at all those bubbles! So round! So perfect! Well, if you enjoy bursting bubbles, I suppose I should not stand in your way. Keep popping them, I suppose you've earned it. Why such a simple thing as popping bubbles should give such pleasure eludes me. Yet it does. Why, I can hardly keep up with you. I cannot help but think that you've done this before. Ah, the bubbles are gone! We must get back to our brewing! Now to warm things up a little. Get to the bellows, my fine assistant - er, I mean, partner. Good! Fine control of the flame! That's the first ingredient brewed! . ܯ    š¤…P   vèªÏF   ºÓò>   ½|ªÍŸ   Ùá:Ë!    — #   =[û¢8   H =bv   bí‘ÅÚ   ´¥ç#]   í<îrç   *®RYÜ   I7[ f   u@\8ð   Š ,0   á F ü   Wˆ¿”Ð   ©Ò Ù:   â1‡™À  
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  13. beautificationpotion_final_championship.loc
  14.   zi   _   ÌWe're free and clear! See what happens when you let me guide you? Don't worry; you can thank me later. Now we can cross the battlefield without fear. Step forth, my would-be potioneer, let's see what awaits us next! Our champion from Koldovstoretz, the Russian school of Witchcraft and Wizardry has reached the battlefield first and is attempting to cross… Oh dear! He’s disturbed the Red Caps! Well, I'm sure he’ll be all right... …And here’s the Hogwarts champion: our young competitor must get past these fierce creatures if they are to have any hope of keeping up in the competition. Aha! These are Red Caps, murderous little goblin-like creatures that spring up on battlefields where magical blood has been shed. They are exceptionally violent, but are slightly easier to escape during the mating season, at which time they become more interested in fighting each other than pursuing outsiders… Let's stay up here, and do something about the Red Caps that that meddlesome mediocrity stirred up. A catapult! Excellent! I think I have the perfect solution. Your other wand-waving tutors may not know it, but Beautification Potion makes a most effective Red Cap repellent. Oh, you'll see… First fill up those vessels with Beautification Potion. That potion is still sitting there idly. And so is the potioneer, it seems. You need to pick it up and pour it. You must fill those vessels up with potion. Fill them all up - we have plenty of potion. Into the vessels, pour it all generously. Pour it into each of the vessels! Keep going, there's more filling to be done yet. They're not all full, pour some potion into the rest. Mmm, pour a little more. Have a little care! I have no wish to be beautified! Try to get some of the potion in the vessels. Those Red Caps are getting restless. You're turning this fort into a beautification bathing pool! You could at least try to get a little in the vessels. I should have given the job to a house-elf. Just pour the potion into the vessels please. Well done. That should be more than enough for our needs. That should be enough. Good work. That's the vessels all filled and ready. Good. Good, good, that looks like enough potion for our purposes. Now to load the catapult itself. Pick up a vessel with your wand and drop it into the basket. Right, load another! Put another in, we're getting somewhere! Load another in; prepare to fire! Come along. The competition will be over unless you hurry. Load the catapult. Hurry up; you must load the catapult. Surely the vessel isn't too heavy to lift? Use your wand to move it to the catapult. Don't just stand there holding the thing, drop it into the catapult. Be careful with that loaded vessel! It needs to go in the catapult! Almost there. Those Red Caps won't know what hit them! Good, ready for another volley! Good. You know, this is almost as much fun as potion-making! All right. Ready? This catapult must have been here for years. You'd better try it out before we begin our bombardment in earnest. First point all the way to the left of the battlefield to swing the catapult. Come along, swing the catapult to the left. Aim all the way to the left, then we can move on. Good, that's the way. Now swing your aim all the way to the other side of the battlefield. Swing the catapult to face the other side of the field. You've grasped it - move left and right to target the wretched Red Caps. Now to put some power behind it. Point with your wand and hold the Move button to begin pulling.
  15.  You'll need to press and hold the Move button to pull back the catapult. Point at the catapult and hold the Move button. Now keep holding it and pull back towards yourself. Woops! You let go rather early. Hold the Move button down as you draw back. Oops! Don't release the button until you've got enough power into the shot.  That's it, pull back all the way to fling a potion. Keep going; pull back as far as you can. That's it; you're at full power!  Now release! There it goes! Good work. Now, time to start targeting those Red Caps. Ready? Remember, load the basket, use your wand to pull back, carefully aim, and release! Oh, I'm going to enjoy this… Now press and hold the Move button, and draw your wand back to set the power… Now hold and pull it back- Draw it back, full power! Time to set those Red Caps running! A miss! Fear not, we have plenty of potion left. The Red Caps remain ugly as ever. Have another shot. We're trying to beautify the Red Caps, not the field. Try again. Not quite, try again. Missed! Once more! Try that again! There! Now… A fine shot! Another hit! A hit! Very good shot! Got one!  Got them! Good! Yes! Right on target! Ha ha! Beauty may only be skin deep but that doesn't matter to a Red Cap - they don't seem to like it! He doesn't look so fearsome now, does he? It seems he can't let the others see him like that. He'd never live it down. Look at that beauty! He can't bear the embarrassment! Hello handsome!  A beautiful Red Cap is as wrong as snow in summer. Quite right. I'd be appalled too. Transformed from beast to beauty. I almost feel sorry for him. Shall we tell him that the effects wear off? No, I don't think we will. Right, prepare another shot. Time to reload! Reload, let's get on with it! Reload! We have to fire again. Reload! We must catapult more potion! ÆeÇI    óiäW   gÿÔ³   Øfv…      g  <   ¶ qµŸ   V
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  49. beautificationpotion_final_map.loc
  50.   zi       OLet's discover our next challenge! Point at the map and press the Move button. Ù¸e®    
  51. beautificationpotion_final_spread.loc
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  53.    +There! We've gained a good bit of ground! In the next chapter I'll teach you another potion certain to get you out of all sorts of scrapes. Well? Close my pages! Gently. Now to add the final touches to our potion ready for the next challenge. We're finished here! Close the book and go back to the front cover to move on. Ready for the next chapter? Close the book with the front cover face-up. Use your wand on the left-hand picture and we can finish off the potion. We won't be able to finish the potion until you use your wand on the left-hand picture. Ready? Ah! If you want to try your potion again, on a... suitable creature, you can do it here. Go on- show it off! Use your wand on the picture to try your potion out. You'll need to use your wand to pull up the picture.  Right, time to turn our cauldron of components into a bonny Beautification Potion.  Ready to begin? Point at the map and press the Move button. We're ready! Our Beautification Potion is going to very much come in handy. Point your wand at the map on the page. Then press the Move button. p ²     å    ªÉ â5   óP ³   BIlQð   ‹§l«a   ÔL÷ °   ,!vÇ+   3'«æ¨    ª*|J   Õä˜'´  
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  55. beautificationpotion_final_taste.loc
  56.   zi       ºPick up the bottle to pour the potion on the toad. You can try it on the toad if you like, but as I said, MY Beautification Potion works only on creatures of human-like appearance… It worked! It seems you've brewed the potion slightly differently! Well, the princesses will be queuing up to kiss him into a prince! Imagine how disappointed they'll be. Showing off your Beautification Potion again, eh? Let's use our amphibian acquaintance. WXfÿ    ¸7Ð&   3 îîÛ   ·Éf‚a   b
  57. beautificationpotion_introduction_map.loc
  58.   zi       ëWell, I thought our late entrant might struggle, but that Shrinking Solution was certainly effective… ...An ingenious approach to tackling the river troll! Don’t rest on your laurels though Hogwarts, you’re still behind! And it will only get more dangerous as you progress! Don’t listen to her, she’s overreacting. A couple of beasts, a few monsters, of course there was that time when one of the contestants got eaten by a… But no matter, ahem…all in the past. One of our champions is approaching the ancient battlefield… they must tread carefully; who knows what might be lurking...? Ancient battlefield? I think I know what's coming… I’ve got just the thing in mind. Trust me, I will … sorry, WE will thrive in this task. Ì}oÛ    Ut>a   h"s
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  60. beautificationpotion_rosepetals_prepare.loc
  61.   zi       ëPluck seven petals and add to cauldron. What's next? Ah yes, we need some chopped Lady's Mantle. Ready to chop? #Ahem#You'll need to use your wand to pick up the petal.  Keep adding those petals! And another, get them all in! Another petal… Keep going… Well done. That's it! Perfect! That's bubbling beautifully!  Have at them then. Pop those bubbles. You can use your wand. Should I ever have need of a bubble-popper I shall know where to look. Now if you're quite finished… If you're quite finished. We must continue brewing. Pick some up to be chopped. Good work! Now the potion must be stirred quickly. Come along, get stirring! Yes! Yes! Keep the effort up! Very fine stirring! And good exercise too! There is no sight more cheerful to me than a bubbling cauldron. But this really is very bubbly… It might be a good idea to pop a few of those bubbles. It's quite hard to see. Aha! The bubbles are gone. Next let's find out how you've done so far! Swap to the knife - we've enough to start. ‘*öË     0$x   (Зð   pº›z    ª#’+³   ÄT• %   âÊñŽ†   ónÃÃ'    5®Ï    
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  64. beautificationpotion_unicornhair_gather.loc
  65.   zi       óThere! Now we simply add it to the cauldron. Unicorn hair is usually harvested from trees and brambles where the hair can become caught. Carefully tease the hair from the bramble. Carefully does it… Use your tweezers! Hold them close and press the Move button. Now squeeze… And pull it out… Pull it a bit more… Carefully, pull it a bit more… Now carefully drop it into the bowl… You can just drop it into that bowl… There! Now hold and gently pull, we want a nice long strand. Hold it and pull very gently… we want a nice long strand… That's it, a nice long hair! It's snapped! We must try again! Woops, it's broken. Once again, very gently… Blast! Snapped! Try once more. Have a look around, there may be some more snagged hair… Have another look around, there may be more… Keep looking, there's got to be more hair around here. Hopefully there's another lost unicorn hair here… Keep looking… Woops! Pick up some more. That's our unicorn hair gathered! Pick up the wand to move on. I Y•    Ìu”­   ¬  Ê   - ej™   ´‘ít€   ÉH;óÁ   Eƒ-¯    $‚ló   )½‹=I   ?šÖù×   `ý%!5   ‡OöC   ®Ò½áu   µK´°Ï   ëÞÒ£Ï   )kÃdð   FòÊ5J   g…Í Ü   –ç ìq   µ~
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  68. beautificationpotion_unicornhair_learn.loc
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  70. ¡#horn#Allegedly there is a lively Muggle trade in unicorn horn, which they believe to have medicinal properties. Of course the horn’s magic properties are of no use to non-wizards, and regardless most “unicorn horns” in Muggle hands are laughable fakes. Right, now you can sometimes find unicorn hair caught on things in the forest. Carefully tease that hair off the bramble. Almost impossible to catch, the unicorn is one of the most beautiful of magical beasts. They are also quite renowned in myth; even Muggles seem vaguely aware of their existence. Sh! There's the unicorn. Do young witches still go misty-eyed when they see one? #hair#Prized as a core material, unicorn hair is used in wandmaking, potions, and, due to its strength, by magizoologists who use it to make bandages for magical beasts. Careful! Don't... even... breathe… #blood#Shedding the blood of a unicorn is a truly Dark act. The blood has life-sustaining properties, and will keep you alive even at death’s door, but your life henceforth would be a cursed, half-life because you have slain something so pure. No, no. You need to be very still, like a statue. There it goes! You need to stay as still as you can… perhaps it will return. Off it goes! You must remain perfectly still. Not a whisper now… Quietly… QUIETLY DOES IT! I mean, quietly… there. The slightest sound scares it off. Let's see if it will return. There it goes! Stay as quiet as you can, remember. He'll be back, I'm sure. Quiet and still, that's the way. Just wait a moment; I'm sure he'll return. Here it is again. Flighty thing. Just keep quiet and still now. There! It's back! It's back, keep still now... There - he's drinking. I think he's a little calmer now. You can examine him more closely with your magnifying glass. Find all the facts, now. I suppose you'll want to stroke him. People always do. You'll need to be gentle. Just use your hand. Just reach out if you want to stroke him, but be careful. If you really want to, you can stroke him with your hand. Good, two more to find! Nearly there, one more! Right, let's see about getting that hair. Swap to the tweezers at the side of the book. There it goes! If I was your age I'd already have those tweezers tweaking, go on pick them up. A watering hole will be a good spot. Remember, stay quiet and still - unicorns scare very easily. Good!  2.22, 2.9, 3.06, 3.18, 3.31, 3.95, 4.46, 5, 5.18, 5.9, 6.6, 6.85, 7.03, 7.38, 7.46, 7.66, 8.52, 9.35, 9.5, 9.79, 9.86, 10.2, 10.78, 11.26, 11.39, 11.5, 11.75, 12.05, 12.17, 12.97, 13.16, 13.97, 14.48, 15.28, 15.9, 16.03, 16.39, 16.88, 17.09, 17.72 0, 0.54, 1.25, 1.44, 2.17, 2.36, 3.15, 3.39, 3.6, 3.68, 3.78, 4.39, 5.01, 5.13, 5.65, 6.47, 6.61, 6.7, 7.1, 7.4, 7.92, 8.21, 9.01, 9.44, 10.2, 10.47, 11.06, 11.46, 11.55, 11.75  2.39, 3.33, 3.51, 3.69, 4.24, 5.09, 5.77, 6.05, 6.32, 6.85, 7.11, 8.22, 8.92, 9.27, 9.49, 9.62, 9.8, 10.41, 10.56, 11.77, 11.93, 12.13, 12.23, 12.33, 12.54, 13.3, 13.43, 13.83  2.53, 3.37, 3.5, 4.1, 4.3, 4.33, 5.02, 5.17, 5.27, 6.31, 7.2, 8.37, 8.48, 8.97, 9.27, 10.32, 11, 11.19, 11.3, 11.53, 11.67, 12.35, 12.71, 12.92, 13.39, 14.05, 14.22, 14.42, 14.66, 15.22, 15.42, 15.63, 15.86, 16.54, 17.57, 17.88, 17.97, 18.09, 18.64, 19.17, 19.45 ŒV¨…    ôVj     úOà   ~
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  77. beautificationpotion_unicornhair_prepare.loc
  78.   zi       ¡And what comes next? Ah! Powdered ginger root, of course! That's it; stop there! Add the unicorn hair to the cauldron. Add that unicorn hair. Wonderful! We're very nearly done. Next the mixture must be stirred quickly. Ready? Grab the spoon and get to it! That's it. Go back to your wand first. That ginger root remains immobile. Pick it up, if you please. What's this? I see - the ginger root is stuck. Shake it; give the bottle a good shake. That ginger root seems to be stuck. The bottle will need a shake. It's no good, it won't come out! Stop trying to pour and give it a good shaking! Shake that bottle! That's it. Now a quick boil of the potion. Ready? Get pumping! †x‹ó    g¹¨½   :­¹’    Q4M=ë   wÑt    ŽŠƒ4È   ±|
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  84. ch1b_sandbox_brew.loc
  85.   zi   ß    Lovely... Sweet Cicely. Pungous onion. Sweet Cicely. Flobberworm. Now in it goes… Right! Let's begin! In it goes… Now, let's see some stirring. Into the cauldron… Pungous onion. Let's get to it, then! Nice stirring action. Let's get stirring! Flobberworm. Time to stir this up. You're underway! Bundimun acid. Bundimun acid. That's the way… This needs a good stir. Tincture of tormentil. We’ll need to mix this up. Good! Onward! Tincture of tormentil. This could use a good mix. Keep it up... Hairy caterpillar. Let's really get this started! Stirring time! It needs stirring. Hairy caterpillar. Keep going... A good stir is called for now. Just like that... Shrivelfig. Let's go! Let's stir! Shrivelfig. Daisy roots. You'll want to stir this. Off you go! That'll do! Now, the brewing! The mix must be stirred. Daisy roots. Let's get brewing; that's enough ingredients I think. Leeches. Now to heat the mixture. Add some heat now. Right, let's get on with the brewing! Leeches. Snake fangs. Time to get down to brewing! This needs heating. Time to heat it. And that's your lot, I think! Now to brew! Snake fangs. You need to warm this up. Fairy wings. A marvellous mixture! Let's brew it! Time to work the bellows. Fairy wings. Powdered ginger. Now to fan the flames. Let's heat the concoction. Powdered ginger. Now it must be heated through. Rose petals. The mixture needs to be heated. Rose petals. Unicorn hair. Let's raise those flames a little. Time to raise the temperature. Unicorn hair. Horned slugs. Horned slugs. Morning dew. Morning dew. Shrake spines. Shrake spines. Porcupine quills. Porcupine quills. Sopophorous Bean. Sopophorous Bean. Rat spleen. Rat spleen. Lady's Mantle. Lady's Mantle. Billywig wings. Billywig wings. Alihotsy leaves. Alihotsy leaves. Knarl quills. Knarl quills. Puffskein hair. Puffskein hair. Valerian sprigs. Valerian sprigs. Asphodel. Asphodel. Horseradish powder. Horseradish powder. Streeler shells. Streeler shells. Dragon liver. Dragon liver. Murtlap growth. Murtlap growth. Ashwinder egg. Ashwinder egg. Tincture of thyme. Tincture of thyme. Squill bulb. Squill bulb. Occamy eggshell. Occamy eggshell. Hemlock. Hemlock. Solomon's Seal. Solomon's Seal. Pour in as much as you need, then put it down. Into the cauldron! As you'll remember, this ingredient needs to be ground up first. This will need grinding up. We can't add this until it's thoroughly ground. You'll need to grind that up before you add it. We should grind this ingredient up. Don't forget - you need to grind this up. Aha! This needs to be chopped first. Don't add it whole - it needs chopping.  Remember, this has to be chopped first. Chop this up, then we can add it to the mix. Careful - this needs chopping before we add it. Don't forget to chop this up. Then we can add it. Still sharp. Here's the knife! Don't forget to watch your fingers! The perfect tool for the task. Got it. Right, get to it. We'll need to juice it. We need to get some juice. This will need juicing. Ah, let's see how much juice we can get from this. Remember, it's the juice we're after with this ingredient. That'll want juicing. #Laugh#Ah yes, I love this part. This should be fun! Now we can get bashing! The mallet: crude but oh-so-effective! Ah, the humble mallet! The mallet! Feel free to express yourself. Aha! That's good... Keep it up. Keep at it... Good, heat it through… Keep going... Good. Excellent... Yes, yes... Right... Uh-huh... Yes... Lovely... Ah-ha! Good... Well... Just so... Very good... Yes... that's the way... Indeed... We can tick that off. That’s that dealt with. Now, our next ingredient… Time to move onto ingredient number two! What's next…? What's next for your mixture? What about your next ingredient? What will you add next? Ah yes! And your next ingredient is... Let's see the next ingredient. What's next for the mix? What are you going to add next ..? What are you going to add now ..? So, to your next ingredient. And now you need to add... Now, what would you like to add next? I'm sure you had another ingredient. What was it? And the next thing to add to the mix is... Now, what are you adding next...? So what's next...? And next...? Remember there are more ingredients on the other pages of this chapter. Nearly there! The final ingredient. The last ingredient! This is the last ingredient. You're almost done! This is coming along nicely, now the final ingredient. Nearly there, final ingredient. We'll soon be putting your... delectable?... draught to the test. Hmm. I'm not sure about that. I don't think that ingredient will have much of an effect now. Yes, that wasn't quite right. That ingredient won't do much good now. Let's continue. Hmm. That ingredient won't do much good now. Hmm. I don't think that ingredient was properly prepared. I don’t think you prepared that ingredient correctly. Let’s press on. I'm not sure that ingredient was prepared correctly. Hmm. 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  165.   zi       ÑYou can pick ingredients from any chapter so turn the pages to see all the stuff you've collected! Choose your ingredients, then chop, juice, mash and bash- it's all up to you. Select your ingredients and do with them what you will. What could be better?! All the ingredients you've collected are available; let's see what you can mix up! It's up to you now: select your ingredients, then get brewing! Time to show your skill! Pick from any of the ingredients you've collected. You have everything you need; let's see what you can create! What are you going to make next? So, what ambitious mixture will you make next? Are you going to make another? Ready to dabble with another dangerous draught? Eager to create another magical mix, surely? Time to brew something else? What magical mixture will you make next? Care to experiment some more? There are plenty of ingredients - why not have another go! There are so many things to experiment with! Why not create something new? sEç    aR M   cø[I÷   ±\ya     8ì   Sf?ÜT   ’ÿ6î   Þ øåg    –ñ´Ý   <áö„K   k’ è   Š •!~   º‘œpÄ   çæ›@R    v$]à   - #mU   K˜*<ï   †
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  168. ÉRemember you can always turn the page to see more. What's your first ingredient? Point your wand. Then press the Move button to select. You can always look at the other pages remember. Now to select your first ingredient! Use your wand as usual! Right, what's your first ingredient? Now, your first ingredient… What first? It's up to you! What first? Where will your concoction commence? Select whatever ingredient you like! Now, what takes your fancy? Let's begin. Choose your first ingredient. So, pick your first ingredient. Off you go. What will your first ingredient be?  This is your time to shine! Point at an ingredient and press the Move button to select. What will you use first? Point at an ingredient and press the Move button. What will be your first ingredient? Hmm, let's see… No need to hesitate! Feel free to experiment! Make your choice! There are no wrong answers here.  Pick your first ingredient! You can add more of that ingredient if you like. How much of that ingredient do you want? Add more if you want to. You can add more of that, just point and press the Move button again. You can add some more of the same if you want. Do you think we need more of that ingredient? Should we have more of that? If you want to add a larger amount of that ingredient into your mixture, you can; just point at it and press the Move button again to increase the amount. Do we need more of that ingredient? That's one! I think you ought to pick at least one more.  That's number one! You want at least two altogether. Ingredient number one… Right… A good beginning! Hmm... Interesting! Add another one, or more. Ah! You're starting with that? Intriguing!  Hmm. Very good! I think you’ll need at least two different ingredients to begin with.  Aha! A sound choice. Our first ingredient! You can press X to brew, or add some more! Ready? Or do you want to add more? Is that it? An… interesting choice. Now we're getting somewhere! I see what you're thinking… Ah, yes. #laugh#Yes, ingenious. Unorthodox, but… Hmm. Yes, I see the possibilities. Good choice! I admire original thinking!  Just the ingredient I'd have picked! Well ..! That's going to be... interesting. Intriguing! Right. Well… I see, I see… Excellent… Now we're talking! What's next? Remember you can turn the page to see more ingredients. What's your second ingredient going to be? What will you add next? Remember you can turn the page to see other ingredients you've collected. You can turn the page for more. Turn the page if you want to see more! And third? Ingredient number three. What will it be? Remember you can always turn the page to see more. We need at least one more ingredient. You can always look at the other pages remember. Now the third… So, what will it be? Add another ingredient? Or press X to get straight to brewing? Now press X to get brewing or choose another ingredient. You can add more ingredients or press X to start brewing. Press X to brew now, or add something more if you want to. Do you want to add more ingredients? If you'd rather get brewing, press X. Press X to brew your mixture or select some more ingredients. You can start brewing by pressing X or add more ingredients instead. Enough ingredients? Add more if you like, otherwise press X to start brewing. Pressing X will start you brewing or you can add more ingredients if you'd prefer. You can add one more if you like, or press X to start brewing. You can still add one more, or press X to start brewing straight away. If you're eager to begin brewing, press X. Or add one more ingredient if you prefer. I think we've got room for one last ingredient. Or would you rather start brewing? Room for one more? Or press X now. Want to live dangerously? Add a last ingredient? Or press X to brew. ž°˜^    + m    3¹Éä   ˆ²)<    ¹Å.
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  206.   zi       âHmm. That's the back cover. Turn to the front, will you? I think that's the back... Turn it over. We've work to do! Turn the book over so the front cover is facing up! Not much to be learnt here. Turn over to the front cover. Áudf    X|5Ü   9/{ J   b±¬é   ¨
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  209. ¿To pick a chapter, point your wand at the glowing spot on the cover. Then press the Move button. Which chapter's next? Point at the glowing spot and press the Move button. Time to choose a chapter. Use your wand on that glowing spot. Which chapter shall we read? Use your wand on that glowing spot to pick. To select a chapter, just use your wand on the glowing spot. Do you want to select a chapter? Point at the glowing spot on the cover and press the Move button. You're ready to move on! Use your wand on the glowing spot, or open the book if you want to re-read. Right, which chapter is next? Use your wand on the glowing spot to choose. We're ready for the next chapter. Use your wand on the glowing spot as usual. Chapter complete! Use your wand on the glowing spot on the cover to pick the next one, or just open the book if you want to go back. Next chapter! Use your wand on the glowing spot on the cover. Next chapter! Use your wand on the glowing spot on the cover. You've finished this chapter. Use your wand on the glowing spot on the cover to select another. We're done with the current chapter. Use your wand on the glowing spot to pick the next. We should be moving on. Use your wand on the cover to select a new chapter. This chapter's all done. Use your wand on the glowing spot to select the next one. Excellent! Open the book to enter the first chapter! That's it… all will be revealed soon… open the book! Chapter three! Let's be about it! You did quite well, I thought… Now what's next… open the book! You're going to enjoy this one, oh yes… We're nearly there! Are you ready? Chapter seven! My book's culmination! Open the book to explore it! Ah. Revisiting this chapter eh? Yes, I'm sure it still has secrets to offer up. Very good. You haven't found everything in this chapter yet. Excellent! We've more to discover in this chapter. Oh yes. This chapter still has some secrets to uncover. Ah, back again! Always good to see a familiar potion. You want another look at this potion do you? Revisiting familiar ground are we? Practice makes perfect! Let's get this book open, shall we? This chapter's not finished yet. We haven't finished with this chapter yet. Open it up! Come on, we're not finished with this chapter! We can't read this chapter yet. Go back to the menu and choose another. I'm afraid you're not ready for this chapter. Use your wand to go back to the menu and pick another one. You're not ready for this chapter. Use your wand on the book to pick another one. Open it up then! Time to open the book! Open the book! Now close the book and turn back to the front cover. Close the book and leave the front cover facing up. Close the book -carefully! And leave it facing up. Bored? You can open the book to carry on, or use your wand on the cover to select another chapter… Taking a break? Open up if you want to carry on, or you can always pick a new chapter. Yes, it's a beautiful edition, isn't it? Did you want to carry on? Did you want to keep going?
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  226.   zi       iAdd crushed snake fangs to your cauldron and stir. Slice your Pungous Onions finely and place in cauldron, then heat the mixture. Add dried nettles. Add a dash of Flobberworm mucus and stir vigorously. Add a sprinkle of powdered ginger root and stir vigorously again. Add pickled Shrake spines. Stir gently, so as not to overexcite the Shrake spines. Add a glug of stewed horned slugs. Add porcupine quills. Finally, wave your wand over the cauldron to finish the potion. Let me see… Pungous Onions, yes… noxious green fumes… Flobberworm mucus… all very straightforward. Don't worry, you don't need to remember all this. That's what I'm here for. We will make quite a team, with my genius and your… still having a body. When you're ready hold the circle button on your controller to cancel this and move on. Let's get to it! Hold the circle button to cancel this and move on. When you've finished gawking you can hold the circle button to cancel this. There! Now you have a picture of the potion bottle in the top corner of the screen. As you make progress with the potion, it will fill up to show how far you've come!  .ä     ˆ'µ«   3ÿ …=   ‚aD ž   • C     ʏJq²    
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  228. cureforboils_spread3_prepare.loc
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  230. ùSo, pick up the spoon, let's get to it! There. Now you'll need to pick up the ingredient with your wand and add it to the cauldron. Should be a simple task even for you… Daydreaming? Remember, you press and hold the Move button on your controller to pick things up. There it is! Whenever you need to stir, or chop, or mash, a new tool will appear beside the book. You're welcome. Do you hesitate? Point your wand at the ingredient there. Hold the Move button and lift it up. Good… You need to swap your wand for the new tool. To swap, just put your controller down on the floor right there on top of the spoon handle. Now into the cauldron with it! So, hold the controller inside the spoon handle, there on the floor. You'll get it. Hold your controller inside the spoon, there next to the book. Hold it over the cauldron and let go. Drop it in, now. It's hard to describe, but easy once you know. Try putting your controller down on the floor right on top of the spoon. Where's it gone? Pick it up again! Having trouble? Try holding your controller flat as close as you can to the spoon. You'll get the hang of it. Don't just point at the spoon: hold your wand handle right inside the spoon handle. Careful with that! Pick it up again! There, now- Don't worry, we'll get it. You don't need to point; instead, hold your controller inside the spoon handle. #cough cough#Galloping gargoyles! What was that? Oh. Well, that was the wrong ingredient. The… the label must have fallen off. You have it! You'll do that whenever you need a new tool. Soon you'll be swapping tools like an old hand! The house-elf has the hang of it, do it like that. Wave your hands, we need to clear away this smoke. Start waving! Stick the spoon into your potion. You may want to hold the controller upside-down. Get a good grip, and stir in circles! Try holding your controller upside-down, then stick it in the potion and stir in circles. Point your spoon downwards and get it in the cauldron to stir. We're getting there, really wave now! That's the way! Keep at it! Having trouble? Point the spoon straight down into the potion, then start moving in circles. #cough cough#There, it's clearing. You'll get the hang of it. Point your spoon down into the potion and go in circles. There, keep going like that. Later on you'll need to really roll up your robe sleeves and stir like the clappers. For now just keep going in circles… That's got rid of that. Let that be a lesson, that's what happens when I- when we- er, when YOU add a wrong ingredient. Keep at it, nice and even. Here's the correct ingredient: six crushed snake fangs. Carefully pick some up with your wand and add it to the cauldron. Are you with me? Pick up the snake fang; it won't bite… if you do it properly. That's too fast! Gently now. Come along, pick up the ingredient with your wand, as before. Not quite so fast, just slow stirring. No, no, slow it down a bit. In it goes now… Far too fast, you're going to spoil the potion! Let it go, into the cauldron... A bit too far, the potion's over-agitated! Let's proceed, but it might taste a bit funny. #cough#We can't see a thing! Wave your wand a bit! Yes… perhaps this one will be of some use after all…#ahem# Not bad, not bad. There's more challenging tasks ahead! I must see all your skills! #cough#Clear it away, come on! Swish your wand around! There! Well stirred. Doesn't the thrill of potion-making make you almost giddy? Or at least the fumes? No? Into the cauldron with it. Just what we need. Now it must be stirred.  That's it… Well done. Well done! Óí ”    !Çš;   (ð¸-    ¬èL]    
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  256. cureforboils_spread3_spread.loc
  257.   zi      ¥Our Cure for Boils is brewing nicely. But don't let it go to your head, we've plenty more to do. Turn the page. Point at the page as before and press the Move button. Now the Cure for Boils potion requires a few more ingredients. We must make haste while the cauldron is hot! Point down at the page and press the Move button. Here's our next ingredient. We're finished here, turn the page! Over the page, let's continue! ÕÅ%i    dßxÚ   p
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  259. cureforboils_spread5_prepare.loc
  260.   zi   8   YLovely. Use your wand to pick some of the leaves up and drop them into the cauldron. Point and press the Move button. Now then … Just like before, point your wand down. Then hold the Move button to pick up the nettle bits. We need to get our bits of nettle in the cauldron! Point and press the Move button. Now in they go… Good… In it goes! Drop it in! There! Good! Right… Splash! No… in the cauldron if you please.  Missed! Pick up some more. Get some more please. Just release them over the cauldron… Now, a few more ingredients for our Cure for Boils… First Flobberworm mucus. Don't worry; I've looked at the label this time. Pick it up. Into the cauldron with it! Pour the Flobberworm mucus in! Ahh, fresh Flobberworm mucus. Smells divine. We need to stir it. This time a strong, fast stir. So, pick up the spoon, let's get to it! Right, you can't stir too fast this time, just have at it! Put your spoon in the cauldron and put those muscles to it… you'll miss them when they're gone, believe me. Nice and quick now, you can't overdo it. Nearly there, keep going! That's not quite fast enough, get to it! Faster for me, come on! Really put your back into it, you must stir more swiftly! There! #panting#I'm exhausted just watching you. But your technique is so sloppy that's no surprise. #ahem#Let's move on. Next, ginger root. First swap back to your wand to pick up the bottle. Good, grab the ginger! Good, now to spice up our Cure for Boils! Progress, progress… now let's see... Now another short, fast stir, quick as you can! Now another stir, slow and gentle. Grab that spoon and get ready! Stir it swiftly, just like before. Right, go to it. Nearly there, come on... Good, good, now another few ingredients! Oh, how I've missed all this. First, Shrake spines; the Shrake is a spiky, razor-sharp fish. Get the spoon once more. And slowly stir… That's it… We're almost finished! That's the way! Good, now our stewed horned slugs... See the spines? Into the potion with them. Ah. Stewed horned slugs. Delightful. In they go! There we are… Ah yes. Last and most essential, porcupine quills! There we go… —>R&    ß—G,    +l°…   v—á¡«   ƒ
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  263. doxycide_dragonliver_learn.loc
  264.   zi   !  
  265. n#liver#Dragon liver is a powerful potion ingredient which is often useful to potioneers, despite being obviously tricky to obtain. One of the most magically powerful of beasts, their hide, blood, heart, liver and horn all possess magical properties. It is their liver that we are primarily interested in for our Doxycide. Try tilting up the left page; those rocks look loose… #body#Dragons have a tough scaly hide, making their skin very useful for protective wizard wear, such as dragon-hide gloves. He doesn't like that! Perhaps we should try getting it out of the cave… #wing#The dragon’s gift of flight increases its dangerous reputation: it is able to carry off its prey, or even to destroy dwellings simply by landing on them! That won't work! Wait till he's out of the cave. I think we need to get him out of the cave first. Our scaly friend is in that cave, but he'll come out if you make a noise. Shout something! Shout something! Our scaly friend might come out if you make a noise. He hasn't heard! Shout at the dragon! A good shout now, anything you like. Shout at him! Here it comes… A shy one, this… Magnificent. Alright, now, while he's flying around… Good, now, while he's out. Now, if only there were a way to keep it outside, so we could have a proper look at it. Just lift up the left-hand page; let's see if we can block the cave entrance. Tilt up the left page, I wonder if we can block the cave… Try tilting up the page; you could block the cave entrance. Tilt up the left page. I wonder if we can block the cave… Try tilting the page; let's try blocking the cave entrance. Tilt up the left page. I wonder if we can block the cave… There, it's back inside its hidey-hole. We must find a way to stop it going back in. Hmm… That did it!  Now, have a good look at it. Remember you can turn the book around. Fortunately for you, we have a tiny amount of dragon liver to use. Get your wand. Come on, I know it's fascinating but we must get it in the cauldron. Pick up your wand. Now to chop it. Carefully! Dragon liver is hard to come by, so don't waste any.  1.02, 1.8, 2.24, 2.45, 2.54, 3.24, 3.64, 4.25, 4.44, 4.55, 4.89, 5.43, 5.56, 6.27, 6.98, 7.39, 7.95, 8.39, 8.52 0, 0.22, 0.3, 0.4, 0.87, 1.28, 1.77, 1.88, 2.34, 2.52, 3.11, 3.6, 4.08, 4.54, 4.78, 5.16, 5.44, 5.83, 6.33, 7.14, 7.32, 7.48, 7.81, 8.25, 8.43, 8.55, 8.64, 9.3, 9.81, 9.97, 10.12, 10.34  1.59, 2.26, 2.45, 2.52, 3.09, 3.74, 4.37, 4.72, 4.89, 5.49, 5.84, 6.34, 6.49, 7.04, 7.38, 7.67, 8, 8.34, 9.23  2.4, 2.54, 3.2, 3.52, 3.63, 4.21, 4.85, 5.15, 5.79, 6.72, 6.87, 7.01, 7.26, 7.41, 7.85, 8.22, 8.44, 8.92, 9.18, 9.68, 9.8, 10.55, 11.2, 11.66, 11.85, 12.51, 12.67 Ú¬Ž
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  273. doxycide_dragonliver_prepare.loc
  274.   zi       1Now, there's another ingredient to add. I've forgotten something, I know I have… Get the spoon! Dragon liver is an extremely potent magical ingredient, used in some of the most powerful potions. There. Clear. And you're… still here. Good, good. Good. Now, last stage… Move over some of the liver. We must heat the Doxycide mixture. Excellent chopping! Now, to stir! Get the spoon. Oh yes. Deep breath! Waft, waft for your life! Wave your arms! Here it is… but wait, is that it? Just rub the bottle for me, let's check. Ah yes. That's it. Hemlock essence. Pick it up and add a good glug. Good, what's next? Get the spoon again. There you have it. Let's just make sure… clean that bottle off for me. Ah yes, that's it. Our old friend cowbane. Into the cauldron with it. Now - carefully - the last ingredient. Tincture of tormentil. Steady… Right, now a slow stir… There! You have it! Get the spoon once more. Our Doxycide is nearly complete. Wave your hands, we need to clear away this smoke. Start waving! #Cough cough#Wave your hands to clear away the smoke. 黟     ­ÜJÛ   (žÌÂú   Sûð´’   b_‡—=   ŵÃÀŠ   ù ˜ƒM    y‚@V   / žu   R@
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  282. doxycide_final_championship.loc
  283.   zi   †   çA plague of Doxys! With double rows of venomous fangs, the bites of these horrible little creatures are highly toxic and will put us out of the competition – I mean, you out of the competition… they can only be repelled by a powerful Doxycide… That's one Doxy you don't need to worry about! Good spraying! Goodbye Doxy! A cunning use of Doxycide, well done Hogwarts. The classics are often the most effective. It's out for the count! We’ve done it – you’ve done it – we’re through the second stage! This is beyond my wildest dreams! Aren’t you having the best time of your life? This is the best time of my life, and I’m dead! I knew you were the one who could help me to victory… now, what waits for us in the last phase? We must be near the Golden Cauldron now! It's the greatest test of a potioneer… and I'm starting to think that we can do it. Together. Mainly me, though. Of course…  That one won't be coming back soon! So, our path through this cave to the Golden Cauldron is blocked by a swarm of Doxys! Another Doxy down! You're thinning them out! And how are we going to spray the Doxycide, you ask? With this atomiser. It's a simple enough tool; anyone could use it, #BEAT# even you. One less Doxy. You hold down the Move button to spray. But don't hold it for too long; it will get clogged up. There'll be no coming back from that. If that happens you'll need to shake the thing as fast as you can to clear it. Got that? Good! You've seen that one off! Here the creatures come! Quick! Get spraying! Finished it off! Not a Doxy left! Well done! Quickly now, we must move on through the cave while we can. There! I think I can see a way through the Doxys. Hurry! This way! Yes! It's all over for that one! So many bites! We need to get you out of here so we can give you the antidote. No! More Doxys! Insufferable creatures! Have your atomiser ready! Superbly done. All the Doxys dealt with. Now let's hurry this way; I think I see a path! Look! I see an opening! This way! We must get away from the beasts. You're in a bad way. We have to find a safe place to give you the antidote for those Doxy bites. Come along! Where did they come from? They're all around us!  I... hope that's the last of them. Fine work! You have a good eye and strong spraying arm, young potioneer!  There! They've had enough! Phew! I confess I was beginning to get a little concerned. What? They've gone! That was a close call. But I believe we've seen the last of them, thank goodness. This cave is a maze! Courage now, fend them off! There!#panting# A bit of room to breathe. You're doing well. All right- They're retreating for a moment! Take a breath now. You're doing well. They're backing off… That was a nasty bite; can you continue? Of course you can! Here, now. The final round. Let's show them! Good show! Very well done! Oh, you were spraying left and right… it was magnificent. I mean… it's a magnificent potion. Adequately administered by you.#ahem# You've done it! They're retreating! That was stunning, you were spraying them away left and right… #Ahem#well anyway, my potion proved too much for them! That's it! That's it! Are you alright? Those were some nasty bites, can you continue? …Of course you can! I'll just administer the antidote. Buck up now, we're so close! You need to use your atomiser! Doxy bites are a grave matter. Press the Move button to spray. Get the Doxys with the potion before they bite you. Get spraying, quick! Press the Move button. Press the Move button and get spraying! You'll be badly bitten unless you get spraying. Got it! Got it! That got its attention! Good spraying! Yes! A hit! Well done! Just like that! And again! Just like that! It doesn't like that! Once more! A great aim! Oh yes! Very nice indeed! Missed! Keep trying! That went wide. Off target. Wide of the mark. No good. Try to spray where the Doxys are. Try again! Don't waste good Doxycide! A miss! It's nearly clogged up. Be ready to shake! Keep an eye on it.... Watch out, it's getting clogged... Don't let it get clogged up! It'll get clogged any moment! Watch out… Quick, shake the atomiser to clear it! It's clogged! Quick! Shake the atomiser! It's all clogged up! Shake it! Shake the atomiser - it's all clogged! It won't spray. Shake the atomiser! Shake it, quick! Shake that atomiser now! Keep shaking. Not there yet! Keep shaking! Don't stop shaking. Keep shaking! Don't stop shaking! Keep shaking. We need to clear it! It's clogged! You need to shake it! The thing's all clogged up. Shake it! Shake the thing! You need to clear it! It's all clogged up! Shake the atomiser. You must shake the atomiser before you can spray. Shake that atomiser! Now! Phew! It's unclogged anyway- now get spraying! The atomiser is unclogged. Get spraying. You can get spraying! That's it! Get that Doxycide going. Spray that Doxycide! Well done. Now get spraying again! That's it! Now spray. Great! Start spraying! Good, now spray away! There! Now show those Doxys who's boss! That's what we need. Get spraying! Watch out! It's ready to bite! Spray it quick! That one's about to bite! That Doxy looks like a biter! There! That one! It's about to pounce! Careful! That one's going to attack! Spray that Doxy! It's about to bite. Another Doxy ready to bite! Spray it! It bit you. That must have hurt! Best get spraying! Oo! Another bite! Ouch! I felt that one! That's a nasty bite! Eurgh! Bitten again! Eek! That has to hurt. Ouch! Merlin's beard, what an ordeal. But do you see my point now about Doxys? Loathsome things… We should be safe here now, thank goodness.  Let's take a look at you. Doxy bites can be very dangerous. Good thing I prepared an antidote. Extraordinary! Not a single bite! You wielded the Doxycide admirably, young potioneer. You dealt with every last Doxy. Few could have used the Doxycide with such skill. My congratulations! Well done! A few bites but nothing to concern us. You used the Doxycide well. My congratulations. Not bad. Not bad at all. The odd bite, but that's soon dealt with. The Doxycide was certainly effective if I do say so myself. Rather a lot of bites. Perhaps you needed to practise more with the Doxycide. At least we made it through. Well, we scraped through. But you did get bitten rather a lot.  Oh dear. Oh dear, oh dear. All that Doxycide sprayed and still a nasty set of bites. Still, we made it through, and that counts for something. Don't worry too much about the bites. I'll give you the antidote and you'll be as right as rain. We have survived all the cave had to throw at us and emerged on the other side. Come, young potioneer, onward! ­‹Ó     ÚóI   úí
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  325. doxycide_final_finalisation.loc
  326.   zi       —That's the way! Our Doxycide is complete! Now we must simply bottle it! Doxycide requires a vigorous final gesture with the wand. Right, here we go… 7é‡A    )uŸP    üË5C   HõÚ†    ‚
  327. doxycide_final_taste.loc
  328.   zi       MIf you do want to try out the Doxycide, pick up the bottle. There, now just a little… Pour it out, now… #disgusted noise.#Disgusting! He didn't seem too keen on that! No harm done though. If you want to try it, spray the toad by pressing the Move button. Don't worry, it won't do it any harm. And how are we going to spray the Doxycide, you ask? With this atomiser. It's a simple enough tool; anyone could use it, #BEAT# even you. Keep trying! Missed! That went wide. Off target. Got it! Got it! That got its attention! Good spraying! Get spraying! Press that Move button. Let's start spraying!  Don't forget to press the Move button. You'll need your wand now. Swap to your wand - it's at the side of the book. We need your wand now. Let's test your mix! Pick that up. We're not finished yet! Pick that up again. Pick that up again for me. ¸ƒPw    [»     < áþ
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  333. doxycide_introduction_map.loc
  334.   zi       ÚWhat a daring move by Hogwarts against the banshee! I was initially expecting, even hoping, that our young champion might exercise some caution in approaching such a fearsome spirit, but it appears that we are observing no ordinary potioneer; we are in the presence of a risk-taker! Quintia MacQuoid would be proud!  As most of you know, this Championship has been held in this garden every seven years since 1407, in honour of Quintia MacQuoid - that most memorable of potioneers whose love affair with potions sadly came to an end with her untimely death from drinking an imperfectly brewed Cure for Ague. #Brr#Do you detect that drop in temperature? Cold and darkness… I suspect I know what we may encounter next… We'll be needing one of my most toxic creations. No, no mere poison. A deathly draught which is the downfall of those magical beasts- Doxys! Don't laugh! Nasty, pesky creatures, Doxys, with an even nastier bite. Mark my words, we must brew a good dose of Doxycide!
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  337. doxycide_story_story.loc
  338.   zi        ƒI created Doxycide because swarms of these vile creatures… ...which resemble ugly hairy fairies with poisonous fangs... ...used to descend upon my island home every autumn. They will happily feed upon a single witch or warlock, draining their blood until their poor victim collapses. It took many attempts to create a potion sufficiently powerful to repel Doxys. One of my previous concoctions had the unfortunate effect of making the Doxys $H$red-hot and fiery$H$, which neither the Doxys nor I enjoyed.  Now, what was it? I still have the scars… Can you find it? That… certainly wouldn't have helped! No, that's another potion, and another story… Yes, it made the Doxys red-hot and fiery, which neither the Doxys nor I enjoyed.  They shot through the air like furious, red-hot, hairy coals, setting bushes and trees on fire… …and reducing to ash the scrolls on which I record my potion experiments. Finally I was pursued from my burning house by a swarm of flaming Doxys and was forced to spend the night $H$standing in the sea$H$… Where was it? Where did I hide to escape from those blood-sucking Doxys? …yes that's it. I was forced to spend the night standing in the sea. No, that wouldn't protect me from the accursed things. Try again. ...breathing through a hollow stick to escape their attacks. Time passed and I worked away at the problem. Rotate the book to see what happened next year. Thankfully, I perfected my Doxycide the following autumn and have never again been troubled by these nasty little creatures. #Chuckle#Oh yes, I always get the last laugh… 0, 0.24, 1.3, 2.58, 3.17, 4.52, 4.71, 5.19, 5.97  0.19, 0.68, 1.6, 2.45, 3.09, 3.93, 4.3, 4.98  0, 0.37, 0.5, 1.21, 1.58, 1.87, 2.4, 2.94, 3.45  0, 0.54, 0.81, 1.47, 2.29, 2.56, 2.6, 3.27, 3.59, 3.83, 4.49, 5.3, 5.65, 6.21, 6.6, 6.85, 7.19, 7.73  0, 0.27, 0.55, 1.18, 1.79, 1.93, 2.3, 2.39, 2.78, 3.52, 4.15, 4.35, 5.16  0, 0.38, 0.52, 0.85, 1.68, 2.48, 2.67, 2.82, 3.87, 4.47, 4.58, 5.1, 5.25  0, 0.49, 1.11, 1.44, 1.65, 2.02, 2.26, 3.13, 3.83, 4.44, 5.22, 5.65, 6.32, 6.54, 7.05, 7.3  0.19, 0.9, 1.88, 2.2, 2.81, 2.94, 3.83, 4.06, 4.23, 4.36, 4.78, 4.98, 5.41  0.22, 0.96, 1.42, 1.85, 2.73, 3.15, 3.43, 4.16, 4.61, 4.84, 4.91, 5.74, 6.09, 7.15, 7.91, 8.1, 8.35, 8.86, 8.99, 9.39, 9.52  0.19, 0.93, 1.33, 1.47, 2, 2.92, 3.1, 3.67, 3.93  0, 0.54, 0.76, 1.73, 2.05, 2.82, 2.99, 3.81, 4.34, 4.57, 4.88, 5.12, 5.62, 6.22, 7.09, 7.45, 7.89, 8.74, 9.03  ^\ºq    ÇUëË   =°RÛ]   z.6Nþ   ¯Y1~h    À8/Ò   m,¦é=   ü5ª«   9i69<   ‘·?¬D   ã'€ Õ   EP‡2C   ‘õ†û‘    ¶öí   a¦R_V   ¨0@»¦   ê¤  «   'GG‹0   …ÕÌF‘    P‘¬Á   2Þ  "   d ´ ¼   ’ q ¥   ÃÔÛ ;  )ZT Ø  s–þ F  ½OÞ ê    ƒt t   e‹@
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  341. doxycide_streelershells_gather.loc
  342.   zi   #   \That's all the shells we need. You showed surprising skill... for such a junior potioneer. Now to grind them. By using a spell, it is possible to halt Streelers so that their shells can be removed.  The Stunning Spell. You know the way! Now I always choose blue shells for my potion, so wait for their shells to turn blue, then flick your spell. Ready? Wait for one to turn blue… Remember, wait until you see a blue shell… Missed! Once again. Not quite… Missed it! No good! Try again! Too slow! Wait for the blue… Wait for it to turn blue again. No good! Only when they're blue, hold on! Wait for them to go blue! That didn't work! They like to hide, don't they? That one's taking cover! Wait for that one to pop out… That one's making a break for it! There! Get that one! It's moving! They're up in the trees! They're everywhere!  We're making progress; we need a few more. Good… now here's a big blighter! You'll need to hit him a few times to get his shell. That's one! Good shot! Now a few more! Good timing! There it goes! He's tough! Keep going! And again! That did it! Very good! That's the way! ààðß    ‡]Å9   nðŠ¹P   È„iš-   î̬|ª   bU -    dÉ·è   ¬ýÀæR   ÀŠÇÖÄ   ÍUã Ó   ØÌêPi   ì»í`ÿ  
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  344. doxycide_streelershells_learn.loc
  345.   zi    
  346.    e#shell#The shell of the Streeler changes colour - these kaleidoscopic cycles make it a highly entertaining pet. Now, we shall have to use a spell in order to get hold of the shells. The African Streeler is one of the most venomous creatures in the world and it leaves smoking trails of scorched ground wherever it goes. #venom#As it is incredibly toxic, Streeler venom is an aid to wizard gardeners in dealing with Horklump infestations.  #trail#The venomous trail the Streeler leaves behind is an enemy to any vegetation, which shrivels and burns as it passes. Now to collect some shells. Pick up your wand. Get your wand! Let's gather those shells. There.  2.21, 2.34, 2.87, 3.06, 3.18, 3.82, 4.36, 4.36, 5.01, 5.35, 6.3, 6.84, 7.06, 7.17, 7.31, 7.71, 8.54 0, 0.28, 1.01, 1.87, 2.11, 2.39, 2.51, 2.68, 3.24, 3.78, 4.28, 4.38, 4.53, 5.23, 5.42, 5.56, 6.04, 6.89, 7.47, 7.56, 8.27, 8.78, 9.21, 9.31  2.09, 2.48, 2.67, 2.82, 3.9, 4.62, 5.28, 5.78, 5.96, 6.12, 6.67, 6.81, 7.21, 7.83, 7.99, 8.39, 8.54, 9.22  2.29, 2.56, 3.21, 3.73, 3.85, 4.31, 4.58, 5.1, 5.23, 5.38, 5.74, 5.97, 6.25, 7.13, 7.43, 8.12, 8.22, 8.84, 9.09, 9.23 ¨ÉTø    g¿Š#   p  
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  348. felixfelicis_ashwinderegg_learn.loc
  349.   zi   +  
  350. Œ#body#The Ashwinder’s body is thin and pale-grey. It lives for only one hour after which it collapses into dust. #eggs#The Ashwinder will lay its red-hot eggs in a secluded space; often, and most dangerously, among the foundations of a house. If this happens, fire can consume the area in minutes. We need a lively magical flame! Fan the fire with your hands. #eye#The Ashwinder’s glowing red eyes are a useful way of spotting it hiding in the dark corners it prefers. Fan the flames, we need it to burn unchecked! Wave your hands to fan the flames. You must bring the fire to life. Either put your face right down next to the fire and blow on the embers, or wave your hands to fan it into flame. We need a lively magical flame! Bring your face down to the book and blow on the embers. Blow on the embers, or fan them with your hands. Blow on the embers or wave your hands to fan the flames. That's it! Keep going! Don't stop now. The flame must burn unchecked! Keep going. Keep at it; it's burning merrily away. Keep going! That's the way! Don't stop. #COUGH#Ah, yes. Perhaps I should have warned you about that. But, if I did, it would have been much less… instructive. Sometimes potion-making means getting your hands dirty. And your face. My word! There we go. A mighty magical flame! #SURPRISED#There we are! Careful… eyebrows still intact? Very good. Our flame should have burnt enough now. Let's see what emerges… No need to keep fanning those flames.  You can stop now. Better stop now. I don't want you setting fire to my pages! Only dying embers are left. Soon the creature will appear. The Ashwinder! Such a remarkable creature.  Now, pick up your magnifier and we can find out all about the creature. The magnifying glass is at the side of the book. As usual. There! A serpent of fire: it is born from the embers of untended magical fires, and so is particularly dangerous to wizards who are not mindful of their fires when cooking or brewing potions. Keep examining the creature. There's more to learn yet. There's one more thing to find out, can you see where it is? Off it slithers. Keep an eye out… There! It's left behind a smouldering egg. Get your wand now. You must swap to your wand before we can prepare our Felix Felicis. Got it! Now- carefully- we must add the Ashwinder egg to the cauldron.  2.14, 2.38, 3.14, 3.74, 4.04, 4.59, 5.01, 6.26, 6.5, 7.13, 7.36, 7.76, 8.27, 9.04, 9.48, 9.85, 10.01, 10.99, 11.3 0, 0.06, 0.82, 1.39, 2.22, 2.41, 2.55, 3.11, 3.44, 3.6, 4.2, 4.34, 5.34, 5.89, 6.6, 6.86, 7.28, 7.4, 8.08, 8.62, 8.79, 9.26, 9.42, 9.61, 9.97, 10.67, 10.89, 11.17, 11.9, 12.11, 12.56, 12.76, 13.15  0.09, 2.82, 3.72, 3.97, 4.31, 4.92, 5.98, 6.57, 6.72, 6.77, 7.72, 8.58, 9.23, 9.53, 9.97, 10.89, 11.23, 11.35, 12.22, 12.32, 12.43, 13.26, 13.64, 14.03, 14.87, 15.41, 15.79, 16.71, 16.87, 17.45, 17.75  2.25, 2.45, 3.21, 4.02, 4.67, 5.32, 5.58, 5.61, 6.28, 6.47, 6.57, 7.11, 7.49, 8.13, 8.22, 8.35, 8.92, 9.65, 9.82 ý  ññ    {ƒ_   sómè   ,°ÁPú   jæú<R   Ù‘ý
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  359. felixfelicis_ashwinderegg_prepare.loc
  360.   zi    
  361.    ˜Add the Ashwinder egg to the cauldron. You'll need your wand for this. Swap to your wand at the side of the book. Very good. Carefully now, it's red hot. Pick up the Ashwinder egg with your wand. Got it! In it goes… Now drop it into the cauldron. Good! Our Felix Felicis is begun. Next our Felix Felicis requires a kick: essence of horseradish. Is that it? The bottle's filthy! Clean it with your hand; adding the wrong ingredient would be distinctly unlucky. Next shake it to thoroughly mix the horseradish. Well done! It's coming along, coming along… Now, heat the cauldron... Well done! Well done!#SNIFFS# Ashwinder egg and horseradish! Quite… brilliant! ÜæËm    P P    ''üYq   Gâ5J
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  365. felixfelicis_final_championship.loc
  366.   zi   7  >¨We've found all the rare ingredients here, I think. Swap to your wand to move on, or keep smashing if you like! Choose where to go. Just point with your wand as always. Go on, it's your time to prove yourself. It's all down to you now. With your skills you can create a potion that will go down in history! There! Excellently done, my young friend! Oh, the anticipation... Keep searching! There's bound to be something else we can find here! Perhaps the excitement has overcome you. You need to choose where to go next. There! Now for the moment of truth. We must find the very best ingredients. But where to start?  Where shall we go? The choice is up to you. All that remains is to bottle and test your creation. I'm dizzy with anticipation! Keep looking! I have a feeling Felix will help you find another rare specimen! Ah! Not the most glamorous spot in the garden, perhaps, but I'm sure we can find something among these pots.  Do you feel lucky? Of course you do. Select the location you want to search. We're looking for rare ingredients for your unique potion. They might be growing here. Felix Felicis will guide you. Where shall we go? Where shall we search? Make your selection! Congratulations Hogwarts!  Our late entrant has won the Golden Cauldron! Your methods were unorthodox at times, but after mastering Felix Felicis there can be no doubt that you are the rightful winner of our Championship! Bravo! Time to test your creation. I'm sure you've made something quite astonishing! That pot's tough! Hit it another couple of times! Everyone's waiting for you, you know. I… I don’t believe it… this Potion is legendary… the Potion of All Potential! A Potion to realise all that is best in us. Stop pushing, everybody! I’m sure our Champion will be able to make enough for all of us! Stop pushing I say – me first! ME FIRST! Point at the map there and press the Move button. Hit that one again! Two! Two of the world's rarest ingredients, found on the same day! Felix Felicis truly is a marvel! Where next? You… you've won! You've done it! Oh, I hope I helped, but I must give credit where it's due… you were magnificent, a potioneer of the highest standard, a credit to Hogwarts and the 'Book of Potions'! I'm overcome, I'm giddy, I'm… I'm at peace. That one's tough! Here! After five centuries! The Golden Cauldron is within our grasp at last! I can hardly believe it. Hit it again! I cannot believe what we've found so far. If your luck holds, we could be on the verge of something truly extraordinary, even legendary! Where to now? It’s not over yet! Our winner from Hogwarts has the opportunity to use the Golden Cauldron to brew a potion of their own invention. What magnificent mixture will our new Champion potioneer make for us? If I'm right, you have found the ingredients to create a legendary potion which I never dreamt I’d have the chance to make! The true summit of your art! #cough cough#Clear away that smoke! Keep going! Now, we must be prepared for anything and everything. You should drink your Felix Felicis. We must return to the Golden Cauldron at once. It's time for you to create your potion! Select the Golden Cauldron. Your shining moment awaits. Heavens! Bees! Wave your wand - carefully - we must continue! Don't tarry - I can hardly wait to see what you will brew. Liquid luck is apparently banned in ordinary wizarding contests, but since this is part of the Potions Championship it's permitted - after all it's the ultimate test of potion-making! This is our time. Don't hesitate. Raise your potion high and drink! Lift up the potion and drink. It's not every day one gets to take Felix Felicis. Come, raise up your potion and drink! There! Can you feel it, the golden sense of opportunity? Eurgh! …I know of only one potion greater, a potion that proved beyond even my skills! Disgusting! Yuck! But enough of that, it's time to win the cauldron. Destiny waits! We should get rid of the pots while your luck holds… That mallet looks just the thing. Pick it up and smash those pots! It's all down to Felix… and you. Well, er- pick up the key with your wand, and choose a lock, any lock. Hold down the Move button to pick up the key and keep it held until you've selected your lock. Get smashing!  No need to wait. Just bash away! Press the Move button to grab the key. Keep it held while you choose which lock to open. Bash away! Come, pick up the key. Whatever you do, keep the Move button held. Time to get that mallet moving! There! Trust your instincts. Find the lock that feels right. And when you're ready, release- Let's see what's in those pots. Whack away! So quick! Are you sure that was it…? Rotate the book to look at all the locks. Which one draws you? Oops! Try to aim for the pots! Don't forget to turn the book. There are plenty locks to choose from. Careful!  Which one feels right? What about the locks around the other side? You're trying to smash the pots! Watch that mallet! Keep going until you find a lock that feels right, then release. No, no pot there. Don't be afraid, you have Felix on your side. Release the button. Yes! Liquid luck is here to guide you. Release the button. There! Are you ready to release the button? Good! Are you sure? Is that the one? Into smithereens! That's it! That's it! The Golden Cauldron is free! It's ours! Ha! Nice mallet work! Smashed! Goodbye pot! Oh yes! This is rather fun! Brilliant bashing! Look! More pots! You know what to do! Aha! More pots to smash! I hope your mallet arm's still strong - there's more to smash! Even more pots! Let's see what's inside! More pots?! Well, there's only one thing to do with them! Get bashing! This is rare indeed: the plant they call Pritcher's Porritch! See the pods, containing some thick, lumpy substance. I've only ever read about this! Its properties have never been classified but they’re rumoured to be dangerous . Collect a sample, but be careful how you use it. You think we'll find something among the garden pots? Interesting. An ornamental pond! Yes, that looks promising. Some kind of ruin... What will we find here? A frozen cavern! #shiver#Let's see what it holds. We're looking for ultra-rare ingredients, remember.
  367.  The pond looks a good place for ingredients! And there's a fishing net too! Felix Felicis is still smoothing our path! Have a poke around in the pond with your net. Let's see what you and Felix can find. Let's see what we can net! Just dip your net in the water and see what you can pull up. We don't want to dawdle. Let's see what the pond holds. Nothing there! Try aiming for those water-plants. Not quite, I'd aim for the plants if I were you. Try netting one of the plants. See if you can bring up a plant. Can you get one of those plants in your net? It might be hiding something. Got one! Bring it up to the bank. Ha! We've got something all right. Well done, you've caught a plant! Marvellous! That's what we want! Good. Get it over to the bank now. That's the way! Just so! Good, good … Excellent! Now empty out the net on the bank, let's have a look... Now you've got it, you need to drop it onto the bank. Now drop it on the bank so we can look at it. We can't look at it until you bring it to the side of the pond. Empty it out onto the ground so we can take a look. It's no use dangling it over the pond. We need to get a look at it! Goodness gracious, you've found Witch's Ganglion, a most rare pond-dwelling plant. I've heard tell of its throbbing blood-red bulb from wizards who've journeyed in the Far East. I have no reliable information as to its properties, we’d better handle with care!  Quick, let's move on while our luck's still good. What have we here? Perhaps some magical plants have sprouted up in those ancient urns. We'll need to break them open somehow. Since you showed such skill with it… the Reductor Curse I think.  Make the gesture as usual. You've done this plenty of times now. Cast Reducto! Liquid luck doesn't last forever you know. Cast your spell! That wasn't quite right, was it? No, that's not it. Try again. There!#evil chuckle# Now cast the Reductor Curse at those urns! Don't worry about hitting the wrong thing. Come along! Let's see you casting the spell! We need to find our ingredients. Start breaking those pots. Flick to cast the curse. Missed! Your spell went astray! Were you aiming for something invisible? Off target that time. Remember to aim for an urn. Ooh!  Smash! Ha ha!  Look at that! Who said there was no fun to be had with wand-waving? If you ask me, that's an improvement! Crash! Not to worry about a bit of damage! You're the champion now, after all! Got it! Right on target. That's it! Oh yes! Wonderful wand work! Right where you wanted! Well cast! Ha! A smashing performance! Oh that was very good! You've found some Niffler's Fancy! This plant is very rare and highly sought-after; see the gleaming, copper-like leaves, which some primitive wizards were known to use instead of coins!  Nobody has yet studied its potion-making potential; gather some, you will make your name as the first to study this extraordinary plant! Felix Felicis is still working, clearly. Let's keep putting it to use! #Brr!#A winter garden indeed! Shall we do our best to thaw this place out? #evil chuckle# Wise application of the Fire-Making Spell should help us…and then we can find some ingredients, of course. You know what to do: cast Incendio! Just make the gesture as always. Make the gesture - you know how it goes. That's not quite right… Best have another stab at that. There! The very spell! Flick your spell to melt the ice! Flick your wand! Cast the spell! Cast the spell! I could do with warming up. #brr#Can pages get frostbite?! Start casting that spell, before I freeze! Aim for the ice. What were you aiming for?! Let's not get carried away! Careful where you're aiming! That didn't work, once more. Oh yes! And again. That's heated things up! Not so wintry anymore! And again. Fine casting! Once more! I like that! Now we're getting somewhere. That's good. Well cast! Merlin's Beard! It can't be - you can't have found - this is extraordinary beyond my wildest dreams… you've found Thaumatagoria! I - I always though it was a myth, a story told to excite potion-makers, to make them dream impossible dreams…the rumours about its properties are legendary! You wonderful, wonderful young potioneer, I knew you were special, I knew you were different! Return to the map, young potioneer. The most potent of all potions may be within our grasp. Let's see what you've found … Let's see what you've found … What have we got here then? Time to take a look … Let's take a peek at that … What have you found ..? What have you found ..? Time to examine our discovery… Hmm … Now then … Right, let's have a look … But what exactly have we discovered? Let's see … Let's see … Time to check our work … So … Ah … Aha! … Mm-hmm … Let's see the results of your efforts … Well, well, well … Let's examine what you've got … What ingredient have we discovered...? Right … What's this I wonder ..? What's this I wonder ..? Such anticipation … Let's see what the fuss is about … And now, the moment of discovery … And our prize is … what? Nothing there! Keep searching. Best keep looking! Nothing! Don't stop searching. There has to be something here. Keep looking! Keep hunting! We're bound to find something! Nothing there. Oh well. Don't stop hunting! Nothing? Ah well! Don't be discouraged. Nothing. The search continues! Keep at it - there's no ingredient there.  Aha! We've found … absolutely nothing. Oh dear. Nothing there. No ingredient. Ah well. We may not have found anything this time but don't let that stop you. Nothing this time. Try again. No, nothing there. Keep trying. No joy. But don't stop now. Nothing there. Unless it's hiding. And I really doubt that. You've come up with nothing this time, I'm afraid. We'll need to try again; you've got nothing this time. Have another look. Keep searching. Our search isn't over. You found nothing this time. Nothing there I'm afraid. Back to the hunt! Nothing! Ah well. Keep trying! Oh well. Keep trying. Hmm. Not bad … but we want a really extraordinary ingredient! That might do for an ordinary potion but we want something rather better. No, not good enough for a Golden Cauldron potion, I'm afraid. We-ell, maybe we could … no, let's keep looking. I'm sure there's a better ingredient out there somewhere. Hmm... that's rather dull. Don't you agree? Keep searching! We can do better than that, can't we? … Yes, I agree. Hmm, quite useful but it's just not good enough here. Good … but we want extraordinary. Let's keep at it. It's not time to stop searching yet. We need a better ingredient. A wondrous potion needs wondrous ingredients. This just won't do. Keep looking. This ingredient's rather ordinary. Too dull! Keep looking. Boring ingredient. Don't stop. Hmm. No. Let's carry on. Keep searching. That's just not good enough. What can we possibly do with that?! Back to the hunt! No good. Keep searching! No, that's no use at all … That won't help us. Once more! Not much use. Keep looking! I'm sure we can find something better than that! We can do better than that! No use to us. Back to the search! That's not much use. Carry on. No, no good I'm afraid. Keep looking! I really don't think so. Keep hunting. Useless to us. Search on! That'll never do. Back to the hunt. Keep searching - that's no good to us. We can leave that for someone else, I think. This is your crowning moment, your own potion. Select the extraordinary ingredients you've found in whichever order you wish. This is your creation. Say farewell to your old cauldron. A loyal friend it's been to you. And here: the Golden Cauldron. It's all up to you. Just… try not to brew anything too explosive. What's first? Put it in! And second… And what next? I've no idea… Now, the last one. Are you ready? No need to hesitate. I know you will make the right choice. Don't worry; you're sure to create something quite incredible.  Just select the ingredient you want and add it to the cauldron. Select the ingredient and add. You've done this hundreds of times before! Don't be afraid to add the ingredient. You'll get this right. This time, there is no further preparation required. All you need do is make the magical gesture with your wand. You are the master potioneer now. Make whatever gesture feels right it's up to you. Don't think too long. Make whatever gesture feels right. Hard to think of the right gesture? Hold the Move button and do what comes naturally. Just make whatever gesture seems right. First, a sample. Steady, now… Pick up the bottle, just as you would normally. Come; pick up the bottle. Everyone wants to see what you've created. Got it! Now, dip it… Got it! Onto the book with it. Don't spill any - it's too precious! Just drop the bottle on the book. Our faithful friend. Let's see what happens. Pour… So to your very last test. Quite a moment! Pick up the bottle containing your potion. Good! Don't tease us! We're all eager to see what you've made. Pour it out. There! Merlin's beard… #chuckle#You're on your own, my young friend. Better go and meet your public. And me? My life's work helped you win the Championship. It was good enough. I'm good enough . I won't try to lure anyone else into danger… nobody could be better than you, after all. Goodbye... and thank you. #Cough cough#Wave your hands to clear away the smoke. And here it is… the Golden Cauldron! The champion has only one chance to pick the correct lock… what will our Hogwarts champion do? Wave away the smoke with your hands! I can't see! What a mess! #Cough cough#Wave your arms; let's get rid of this smoke! Ah yes, only one potion will give us the good fortune to pick the correct one… the ultimate test of the potioneer's art… have you guessed it?  #cough#We can't see a thing! Wave your arms a bit! Waft, waft for your life! 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  414. felixfelicis_final_spread.loc
  415.   zi  
  416.    µNow, we are very, very near our goal. Are you prepared? Ready to meet any challenge? Good. So am I. So am I. The time has come. Are you ready to complete my finest potion? Activate the spot on the page. I know, I know. This is a great moment and not to be rushed. But we must take this final step. Are you ready? First, to get our sample. So, you want to try your Felix Felicis?  Just use your wand to pull up the illustration. We'll be needing the toad again. After all he's done for us, he deserves a little luck. Now close the book and turn back to the front cover. Close the book and leave the front cover facing up. Close the book -carefully! And leave it facing up. That's it, finished! ;ß©ã    M¡º‰   my ^   ¬rgU\   Ë×~•×   *¼§ª«   9]“†e   Sø­Áù   |íœ £   ¬³>‚ø    *7ÓB   9]0ãÔ   mûHd    
  417. felixfelicis_final_taste.loc
  418.   zi       –Pick up the bottle of Felix Felicis. That's it. Look at that! He certainly deserved a bit of good fortune, I thought he'd never catch that butterfly!  ßÛL    ê
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  420. felixfelicis_introduction_description.loc
  421.   zi  
  422.    (Felix Felicis Mine own invention, my masterpiece; the crowning achievement of my career. Bottled good fortune. Brewed correctly the drinker of this potion will be lucky in all their endeavours, but be warned…  â€¦excessive consumption is highly toxic and can cause extreme recklessness. Fans of Quidditch were quick to protest that a potion which gives the drinker good luck was hardly fair… …and use of my potion was banned, quite rightly, from all competitive events  â€¦ except potion-making tournaments.  Yes... do you think you're worthy of it? I suppose it's possible you'll prove yourself capable… Let us see! 0, 1.2 0, 0.51, 1.11, 2, 2.59, 3.91, 4.03, 4.66, 5.39, 5.46, 5.64, 6.66, 7.78, 8.26 0, 0.56, 1.51, 1.67, 2.15, 2.31, 2.62, 3.2, 3.43, 3.66, 4.21, 4.47, 4.96, 5.48, 6.16, 6.5, 6.77 0, 0.94, 1.8, 2.08, 2.65, 3.51, 3.75, 4.07, 4.67, 5.7 0, 0.87, 1.48, 2.37, 2.56, 2.87, 3, 3.71, 3.87, 3.94, 4.3, 4.44, 4.71, 4.81, 5.17, 5.37, 5.75, 5.96, 6.57 0, 0.35, 0.84, 0.94, 1.26, 1.81, 1.98, 2.94, 3.33, 3.93, 4.2, 4.71, 5.33, 5.33, 6.48, 8.15, 9.58 —+LD    
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  425. felixfelicis_introduction_map.loc
  426.   zi       _What's this?! It seems that the Japanese champion from Mahoutokoro has been held up by an angry Graphorn. Hogwarts is in the lead in the approach to the Golden Cauldron! We're close, so close! The cauldron is not yours yet, Hogwarts! You must unlock the protective enchantments around the cauldron before the others catch up. I wish you good LUCK... cwz5    ú~+   «y     Â
  427. felixfelicis_introduction_recipe.loc
  428.   zi  
  429.    úThe egg of an Ashwinder - dangerous creatures, born of fire. Murtlap growth, yes, a touch of genius on my part... gathering eggshells from the nest of the fearsome Occamy will be a test of all your skills. And finally, you must speak the incantation... Felixempra! Add Ashwinder egg to cauldron, then add horseradish and heat. Juice a squill bulb, add to the cauldron and stir vigorously. Chop up anemone-like growth on back of Murtlap, add to mixture and heat. Add a dash of tincture of thyme and stir slowly. Grind up Occamy eggshell and add to mixture. Stir slowly then heat the cauldron. Add a sprinkle of powdered common rue. Stir vigorously then heat the cauldron one last time. Wave wand over potion in a figure of eight and say incantation 'Felixempra!' .¡Ñ     ¿Ó,º    &Ú}    GQÝM–   …ϹØ5   θ¾è£   ÿ!·¹    ,V°‰   PÆ ”    w± ¤ˆ   ­
  430. felixfelicis_occamyeggshellpowder_gather.loc
  431.   zi   ,   ™Occamy eggshells are soft silver, and can be gathered with care from Occamy nests. Now, we must find an Occamy nest... There! Occamy feathers. Quiet now, we're on the right track… Look! There's been a landslide! The enchanted garden is becoming more dangerous... We'll need to find a way to move the rubble. Ah ha... I don't suppose you know the Reductor Curse? I admit I'm fond of this spell, oh yes! Go on then, flick your wand and blast away the rocks to clear our path! Come along; flick your wand to cast Reducto. Flick your wand to cast the curse, come on! Missed! No! You need to aim for the rock. Try to hit the rocks. Ha ha! That's the way! Keep casting. Lovely! We're almost through. One more cast should do it. All clear! Excellent. Let's see what lies beyond. Ah, an abandoned nest. It seems mother Occamy and her brood must have departed before the landslide, leaving all those lovely eggshells for us!  What?! Your spell must have set off another rockslide! We must stop the eggshells from being buried! Quick! Flick your spell at the falling rocks before they crush the eggs! No use! That's the last eggshell buried. We'll need to try again. Gah! The last eggshell gone! We must try again. We'll have to try again. All the eggshells are buried. We can't make our potion without Occamy eggshell. Time to try again. No eggshells to grind means no potion. Let's try that again. Rockfall! Destroy it with Reducto! Hit that one! Protect the eggshells! Watch the eggshells! Ready now! Quick! Cast Reducto! There! Cast at it! Reducto! Cast that curse! Destroy it! #phew, panting#You saved the eggshells! ... For now! That's one eggshell we can't use. You must destroy the rocks as they fall! Another gone! We've lost another! Another down! We keep losing eggshells! No use to us now! That one's gone! Deflect the rocks as they fall. Another eggshell down. We're running out of eggshells! You must save the eggshells! Watch out! There! Looks like that's the last of the tremors. And we have all the eggshells we need. #pant, pant, phew#I don't know why you made such a fuss! Oh all right, well done. Now we have our shell, let's put it to good use. Time to grind it up for our Felix Felicis. | £    ]1
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  438. felixfelicis_occamyeggshellpowder_prepare.loc
  439.   zi    
  440.    DThat's it! We're close to completion now. Now to add the very last ingredient: powdered common rue.  There! Occamy shell ready for grinding. There we are. Now what does our Felix Felicis need next? But first we must heat our mixture. Of course, of course. Mix the ground up shell in thoroughly with a slow stir. There!  Er- clean that bottle first. This is no time for mistakes. Give it a wipe. It seems to be bunged up. A quick shake should get it moving. There, that's the rue added. We're near the end. So very near. But now is the time for stirring, not… feelings. #ahem#Pull yourself together, and get to work. Yes, yes. Just as we need. Now, the final stage.  Heat the potion, carefully, carefully… That's it! My finest creation fully mixed!  I hardly dared hope... But no, let's not count our Occamys before they're hatched. ’.ž0    jž]<   *­6&H   e¦À+ñ    ?Ÿ    Æ³Duâ   ꔪ²I   8[\
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  443. felixfelicis_occamyeggshellpowder_spread.loc
  444.   zi      çLet's leave the Felix Felicis mixture to settle. In the meantime, you could read the story of when I invented the potion... if you like. Turn the page. Next is the ground eggshell of an Occamy. A fierce, dangerous creature. Use your wand to find out about it! Silver Occamy eggs are prized by potioneers. Grind up Occamy shell and add to the mixture. So, wand at the ready and let's get hold of that Occamy eggshell. You must gather some Occamy eggshell fragments for the Felix Felicis. 2s¬ä    Nið‚   ˜Ëëy×   ¬i z    J oç   1ÎÖu›   _Þ¼ J   ¡
  445. felixfelicis_squillbulbjuice_learn.loc
  446.   zi       9#Flower#The distinctive blue colour with white-eye gives this species the name Glory-of-the-snow. Very fanciful. We can have a very close look at this ingredient. Examine it with your magnifying glass. #Bulb#This species goes dormant after flowering, until the following spring. The bulbs are best harvested just as they flower. Excellent! There are three parts of the plant to examine: the flower, the stem and the bulb.  #Stem#Some species of squill are used in Muggle cough remedies; perhaps it is this ingredient which gives Felix Felicis a distinctive smoothness. Those who have tasted it rarely forget it. Squill are a number of brightly-coloured flowering plants in the family Asparagaceae. Very good. Switch to your wand now. Remember the recipe? The squill bulb must be juiced. You need to pick up the ingredient. Use your wand. Come along, pick up the ingredient with your wand, as before.  1.82, 1.95, 2.58, 2.93, 3.35, 3.59, 4.28, 4.62, 4.89, 5.52, 5.66, 6.26, 8.44, 8.6 0.08, 0.73, 0.93, 1, 1.45, 1.59, 2.56, 3.24, 3.66, 3.79, 3.9, 4.38  2.24, 2.6, 3.16, 3.4, 3.94, 4.32, 4.86, 5.11, 5.24, 5.66, 6.27, 6.45, 6.93, 7.11, 7.55, 8.46, 8.89, 9.01, 9.17  1.32, 1.65, 2.27, 2.59, 3.2, 3.41, 3.82, 4, 4.37, 4.77, 5.57, 6, 6.11, 6.25, 6.45, 7.02, 7.19, 7.56, 8.24, 8.64, 8.92, 9.96, 11.43, 11.78, 11.91, 12.1, 12.5, 12.7, 13.56, 14  höB     žm   qžü„ì   ÊÏ© }   IU WI   §š Ý    d Ì>Å   º|€€
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  448. felixfelicis_squillbulbjuice_prepare.loc
  449.   zi       BYou'll need your knife. Well done!  Juice squill bulb, add the juice to cauldron and stir vigorously.  Swap to the knife so you can chop. Pick one up, ready for juicing. And a few more. There! The perfect amount to juice. Our faithful friend the mallet, now… Get to work juicing them! Lovely squill bulb juice. Now pour in one squill bulb's worth, no more. That's good but we still need more. You need to get juicing again. Not bad, we're getting there… Next we must chop the growth that has come from the back of the Murtlap and add it to the mixture. Be glad you don't have to deal with an actual Murtlap. They tend to bite when provoked. Pick up the growth with your wand. There. All ready for chopping. That's the way! Lovely. Now that's chopped and added, it's time to heat the potion. Nicely heated. Let's be very sure we're adding the right thing. Wipe the bottle - carefully - with your hand. Pick it up and carefully add it... There! All added! ... With no accidents! Now you must stir slowly. Tincture of thyme. 0.03, 0.68, 1.12, 1.66, 2.05, 2.14, 2.4, 2.52, 3.11, 3.31, 3.83 vÕœ\    …p
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  452. felixfelicis_story_story.loc
  453.   zi   ?   ¤Felix Felicis, or liquid luck, as it is often known, is my masterpiece, the jewel in my potion-making crown. While I lived, I disliked any visitors to my island… ...and generally repelled intruders, to ensure that they would not return. One day, however, I came across a thin and ragged youth lying face-down on the slippery black rocks near my home. He was pitifully weak and told me only that his name was Tertius. I took him back to my cave and nursed him back to health. He told me the story of his life and a hard one it was. The youngest of three orphaned brothers, Tertius had been the only $H$wizard$H$ in a family of non-magical folk. What was special about Tertius? The youngest of three orphaned brothers, Tertius had been the only wizard in a family of non-magical folk. Frightened of his strange powers, his older siblings broke his wand and chased him out of the house after his parents died. Fleeing, Tertius fell into the sea, and was washed up on Hermetray. I did not wish to keep Tertius with me, for any company interfered with my experiments, nor did I wish anyone to know what I had lately created… ...because I knew that people would be desperate to steal it. I therefore gave him a few coins, a new cloak and boat, and offered him a farewell drink. He did not know that it contained Felix Felicis. As he crossed the waters back to the mainland, a wind blew Tertius off-course. He came ashore at the home of the only $H$wizarding$H$ family living for fifty miles. Yes… what kind of family was it? He came ashore at the home of the only wizarding family living for fifty miles. They were concerned to hear that he had no wand and they asked if he would care to accompany them to Diagon Alley. Upon arrival in the street of magical shops, Tertius found a bag of $H$gold$H$ lying in the gutter.  He used this to purchase a wand and new robes. What did he find...? Yes, he found a bag of gold lying in the gutter, and used this to purchase a wand and new robes. Certainly not! Good thought, though. Walking back past Gringotts he overheard two wizards discussing vacancies for curse-breakers. Tertius applied and was taken on.  Although the effects of Felix Felicis wore off after twelve hours, Tertius never looked back. He became one of the most famous Gringotts curse-breakers ever. Meanwhile I took most pleasurable revenge on his cruel brothers by sending them what they believed to be a large bottle of Butterbeer… ...but which was actually a gallon of extra-strength $H$Shrinking Solution$H$. Oh, yes. One of my finest moments. Have a good think now. What would you have sent them? …a gallon of extra-strength Shrinking Solution. Oh no. No no no. My own revenge was far more… subtle… Both of them shrank to the size of beetles… ...and, so the story goes, spent several days hiding under a cupboard while their cat tried to scoop them out and eat them. That doesn't sound quite right. Are you sure? Of course, I never had need of luck myself. Not when I had genius. Turn the page; it's time for the final challenge. Well, that would be more interesting… no! 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  483.   zi  
  484.    ´Remember, you can always cancel what you're doing by holding the circle button. Hold the circle button to cancel if you're finished here. You can always cancel what you're doing by holding the circle button. Returning to book in... Looks like your book is still the wrong way round. Rotate it back round for me. Looks like your book is still the wrong way round. Rotate it back round for me. Your book is still the wrong way around! Rotate your book back around a bit. Your book is still the wrong way round! Rotate your book back around a bit. Woops! Looks like your book is still the wrong way around! Turn it a bit. Woops! Looks like your book is still the wrong way round! Turn it a bit. BÕÑ
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  487. generic_add.loc
  488.   zi       ÷Time to add it! Pick it up. Now in it goes… In it goes… There we go… Pick up the ingredient, it's ready. Into the cauldron… Drop it into the cauldron. There it is… Put it in! Pick some up. Into the cauldron with it! There… Alright, now… There! Steady… Good. Right… Now… Woops! Pick up some more! Pick it up again! There we go… That's the way… That's it… Right, and some more… You need a bit more… And add a bit more… Very good. Just what we need. Come along; pick it up! ¨ ¡Š    8¡ k    ¡¨TÑ   .Ÿüf   <1  ð0   KÖ¯dG   oSa¡Ñ   „ õ7Å   ŸÊhðk   ®F
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  491. generic_chop.loc
  492.   zi   ™   ¸Pick up the ingredient ready for chopping. Excellent. Fine chopping there. Time for the knife. Time for the knife. Such chopping skills. We're making progress… Pick it up, time to chop! Swap to the knife - we've enough to start. Skilful work. Swap to the knife - we've enough to start. Finely chop them. Keep at it. Get the knife now. Finely chop them. Move it over, ready to chop. That's it! Get the knife now. Move one to the chopping board. Good.  Look sharp and swap to the knife. There! Keep at it. Look sharp and swap to the knife. Put one on the board to chop. Chopping time! Move one to the board. Hurry up and grab that ingredient. Pick the ingredient up. Get hold of that ingredient. Right, now… There. Good. Right. Onto the chopping board with it. Pop it on the board. Now put it on the board. On the board. The board remains empty - drop the ingredient on it. Drop that on the board, would you. I realise you've grown attached, but that ingredient needs to go on the board. Missed! Drop it on the board next time! Watch out! Pick it up again. That's the way.  There we are. Very good. Good… That's one… Now, then… Grab some more of that - you can chop it all at once. Chop a few of them at once. It's more satisfying. Move some more over, give yourself a good amount to chop. Move over another, chop it all at once. Get some more. We could do with some more ingredients. That board still looks rather empty. You could add more, you know. We need to chop more! Move some more onto the board. Yes, that's the way. On it goes. Drop it. Here we are… That's another. Right… Well, are you going to drop that or not? No need to hold onto it. Get it on the board. And a bit more… Don't skimp on it. Add some more. No need to stop there. Move more over. And another… And some more… There - ready to chop. Now we're ready. Good, that'll do. That's enough to be going on with. Swap back to the knife. Pick up the knife again. Right, now back to the knife. Right, knife again. Get the knife, now. You'll need to swap to the knife if you want to get chopping. We can't chop this up with your wand! Get the knife. My favourite part. Excellent. Here we are… Careful of my pages… We've nothing to chop yet. Not yet! We've nothing to chop! You'll need your wand. Swap to your wand and we can move on. Now swap back to your wand and we can get this lot into the cauldron. This is ready to add to the potion. Swap to your wand. Swap to your wand then you can add it all to the potion. This looks ready! Swap to your wand. You need your wand again! We can't move the chopped ingredients without your wand. You'll need your wand to move the ingredients. Swiftly, now. Now… Good. Get chopping! Get chopping! Chop it all up. Chop it all up. Hack at it now! Hack at it now! Cut it up as small as you can! Cut it up as small as you can! What are you waiting for? Chop away! I don't hear chopping! Get to it. When are you going to start chopping? Good… Nicely sliced. That's the idea. Mmm, that's it. We need to chop a bit more. Chop a bit more. Let's chop some more. Pick up some bits and pop them in the cauldron! Into the cauldron! In it goes, now. Add them carefully… Pick up some of the chopped bits! Grab some, it's ready! Time to add it! Now, then… Pop it in the cauldron. In it goes. Add it in. Don't tarry - add it to the potion. Is all this waiting necessary? Add the ingredient to the potion! Woops! Pick up some more. You missed the cauldron! Oh dear! That didn't make it to the cauldron. Careful - that hasn't been chopped. Still too chunky. Chop it some more. Watch out! That's not chopped. Don't add that! It's not chopped enough. That hasn't been chopped quite enough! No, that chunk's too big. Oh, that doesn't look right.  No, no. Too chunky. No no, far too chunky! That wasn't chopped enough at all. Oh dear… And some more… Put another load in… Add a few more bits… Good, now to chop some more. Right, time to chop more. There we go, now we'll need to chop some more. Pick up more of the ingredient. #COUGH#We still need to add more from the board. Come along, pick up some more of that ingredient. It's there on the board. Just let them go over the cauldron. Make sure nothing is covering the book and that it's flat in front of you. NyTg    y¦hä   +à¯9^   6g &ÿ   KçWm"   _—¨  È   s  Ìœk   ‰×p Ý   ¢þ wE   ¼~ˬý   ç~^<˜   õçÂýG    ÅÍÑ   2‰ GÓ   > zÐ@   Q w5K   cw}àÖ   €   Y
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  557.   zi       ˆAh yes! Read a recipe all the way through and you shall be rewarded with a collectible ingredient. Perfectly brewed! And this is a collectible ingredient. You can use it to mix up your own concoctions! Ah yes, I like an observant potioneer! Make sure you examine your ingredients closely. There are collectible ingredients to find! Very good! There are collectible ingredients to find in these stories, so make sure you search them thoroughly! Another for the collection! You've found another ingredient! Ah ha! Another collectible! Another collectible ingredient! Here's the hidden ingredient you found! Soon you'll get the chance to use it in concoctions of your own making! That mark shows where there's a collectible ingredient to find! After you've found it, the mark changes colour, see? Another collectible ingredient! You'll soon find out what these are for... And another collectible ingredient! Now, when you're finished with this chapter, you can close the book and choose the Concoctions Chapter! There you can experiment to see what magical mixtures you can create! Another collectible ingredient! Don't forget to try it out! Another ingredient for our experiments! This will come in handy! Yes… another ingredient to try in the Concoctions Chapter. Here's another ingredient. Remember, go to the Concoctions Chapter to try this ingredient. Remember to try this ingredient in the Concoctions Chapter! ÛýOØ    É2ö÷   cjhZá   Ê›ù µ   LÃbÕ–   ¼Zk„,   س !    ù-l´º    AŽ2—   5؇c-   ¥Gjq     ŠÚh“   e
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  565. generic_extra.loc
  566.   zi       Swap back to your wand for me. Now you'll need to swap to your wand. You'll be wanting your wand next. Get your wand, you need it for this next part! You need to get your wand for this. Come along, swap to your wand. It's at the side of the book. Come along now. Pick up the ingredient with your wand. If you want to add ingredients to the cauldron you really will have to pick them up first. You can't add anything to the cauldron until you pick it up. Pick it up, pick it up! You need to pick up the ingredient. Use your wand. Take hold of the next ingredient! Alright, now… There! Steady… Good. Right… Now… Not that! Are you daydreaming? The other one! No, the other one. Ah, no, the other one. Try the other one. We still need that ingredient, pick it up again. We're not finished with that ingredient, pick it up again. Pick that up again - we still need it. You let it go! Hold the Move button to pick it up. Wait! It looks like you need to give this one a shake first. You need to shake this vessel before adding. Come along, shake that bottle. You have to shake it up before you add it. More, shake it more! You need to shake more than that. It needs a good shake. Like a certain lazy potioneer I know ... Give it another shake! Shake it again! It needs another shake, before adding more. Wait! It looks like you need to loosen the ingredient. Give it a sharp shake. It's jammed solid. Give it a good sharp shake to loosen it. It's thoroughly bunged up. One good shake should free it up. I'm waiting! This ingredient won't loosen itself! Give it a sharp shake. Get that ingredient loosened! A good, sharp shake. Come along. One good jolt should do it. Not quite loosened, shake it again. It's still stuck. Try that again. No, not there yet. Shake it again. Into the cauldron with it. Drop it in the cauldron. In it goes. Pop it in. Now add it… Into the cauldron with it. In it goes… So just add it in… Let's add it to the mix… Hold it over the cauldron and let go. 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That's not enough. You need to pour some more in. You still need to add a bit more. You need to add more of that last ingredient! #Ahem#You still need to add some more. You need to add a bit more. Not yet! It hasn't been shaken up! Careful! You must shake it up before adding it. That's not right! Shake it first, then add it. I said to shake that before adding! Oh dear, that will make your potion a bit strange. Hmm. That's going to be … interesting. You should have shaken it before adding. You needed to shake it before adding it. Oh, dear. Careful, that's too much! Too much, stop there! Cease! Desist! That's too much! You're overdoing it. Stop now! Hold it right there. You're adding too much. Just a dab will do, you've gone overboard! That was too much. Next time try a lighter touch. That was rather too much. You need to be more careful. Ah, let's give this bottle a clean first, can't risk adding the wrong thing! Give it a wipe with your hand or with your wand. Is that the right ingredient? Give the bottle a clean so we can check it. We need to see what's in that bottle before we add it. Give it a wipe, would you? You need to clean the bottle before adding the ingredient! Wipe it with your hand for me. Don't forget to wipe the bottle! That bottle still needs a wipe. You can use your hand. No good! You should clean the bottle first with your hand. The bottle's too dirty; I can't tell what it is! The bottle needed cleaning first! Ah yes, that's the one. That's the one; now get it into the cauldron. That's the stuff we want! Go on and add it to the cauldron. Don't be nervous. Pick it up … Just be careful. You're right to be careful. Just make sure to move nice and slow. Carefully, carefully… That's the way, nice and slow. Good, keep a steady hand. Watch it! Careful! Not so fast! Heavens! Well, perhaps some of it will have ended up in the cauldron... Look at that! A steadier hand next time. Perhaps some ended up in the cauldron. Now drop it. 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  614. generic_faststir.loc
  615.   zi   7   âThere we go… Now, stir it quickly! Ah, try pointing the controller straight down. Get the spoon into the liquid, then stir. Stir it quickly now, put your back into it! That's it… Quick as you can now! Right, slow it down now, it needs just a slow stir. Don't hold it flat; point the controller straight down into the liquid. Now the spoon! Now just stir slowly. Now slow it right down, gentle stirring. Just like that. That's right… Swap to the spoon. The spoon next. Lovely, keep going… Good, now the spoon. That's good… Get that spoon, time to stir. You need to use the spoon. Swap to the spoon! Your wand's no good here. Right, then… Good. Right, now… Excellent. Fast stirring this time remember. As before, put your spoon in and start mixing! Start stirring quickly. Give it a fast stir. Now, stir it quickly! Stir it quickly now, put your back into it! Give it a good fast stir. It needs a quick stir. That's it, keep it up! That's good! Keep going! Nice and fast! Keep at it! Nearly there! That's it, keep going! Aaand… Enough of this sluggish stirring! Faster! Come on, put those muscles to use! Speed it up! Faster! Stir faster! A bit quicker! Step it up a bit! Go a bit faster. A bit faster. Quick as you can now! Speedy stirring, come on! Having a little rest, are we? We've a Championship to win! Get stirring, quick as you can. Who taught you to stir potions with your wand? Swap to the spoon, please! What kind of wizard are you? Swap your wand for that spoon before stirring! „çI    A±Á¡    Ž ¢¿   %6¶ñ7   ~[¶ó   ª¯¿    ·…‹3   Í  ó      ‰fŠ   I ‚b5   Xk…R£   n,Š†e   —²î Æ   §€€70   ·÷‡¦   ÊÅé#P   Úiã’    ð\àrê    Í3<     T:m¯   2#=]9   M Œ
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  620. generic_finalisation.loc
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  623.   zi        Try again! Missed! Nearly!  @Ü…    ‚I?  
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  625. generic_gesture.loc
  626.   zi       nYou have it! Daydreaming? Come along, make the gesture! You still need to wave your wand before the potion is complete  Get to it! Well done!  Are you a wizard or not? Hold the Move button and make the gesture! Remember, hold the Move button and then trace the shape you see. Don't forget to hold down the Move button. Draw with your wand. Release the Move button when you're done. That wasn't quite right. Try again. Not quite, once again. Remember to release the Move button as soon as you finish the shape. Once more! Do that once more. Give that another go. Hmm. Let's see that gesture again. Oh dear. Have another try. Not quite there. Let's go again. Too long! Let go. Let go for me. Release the Move button. That's a bit slow, you can go quicker. Let go and try again. Try again; it's easier if you go a bit quicker. You need to be a little bit faster. Have another go. ƶBÜ    ý Ú    
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  632. generic_grind.loc
  633.   zi   —   lRight, put the ingredient into the bowl to grind. Pick up the ingredient then we can get grinding. Put some into the bowl. In to the bowl with it, come on! Time to grind. Move some into the bowl. Into the bowl with it! Come on - that ingredient needs to be picked up. Time is ticking! Put some of the ingredient in the bowl! Use your wand to pick up the ingredient. Very good. That's it. Excellent. Marvellous. Pop it in the bowl. Put in the bowl. In it goes. Drop that in the bowl. Just drop it in the bowl. Drop it in the bowl - release the Move button. Missed! I'm pretty sure that wasn't supposed to go there. Try again. The ingredients need to go in the bowl! Just what we need. Excellent. That's the stuff. Good. That's one. There we go. That's a start. Why not add some more? We can grind a lot at once. No need to grind in dribs and drabs. Add some more. Grind as much as possible in one go. Add a bit more. Add a bit more, you can do it all at once. Now put in a bit more, would you? We should put more in the bowl. Pick some up with your wand. Now, now, let's not tarry - pick up some more. Come along, pick up the ingredient with your wand. That's another. That's the way - into the bowl. Now pop it into the bowl. You know what to do - drop it into the bowl. Drop it into the bowl as you did before. In it goes. I haven't got all day you know. Come along, drop the ingredient. Get it into the bowl, then. And a bit more. You can add a bit more. A little bit more I think… That's good but there's still room for more. There's room for more! That'll do! That looks about right. Excellent. You're all ready to grind those up. Right, get the pestle! Now to grind everything up - you'll need the pestle for that. Swap to the pestle now. Pick up the pestle, you need to grind everything up! Time to swap back to the pestle. Get the pestle again. Back to the pestle now. Alright, now the pestle. Would you mind terribly swapping to the pestle? Hmm? Swap to the pestle now. Swap to the pestle. It's at the side of the book. And grind. Don't you want to grind that all up? Now to turn your hand to the grinding itself. Now we can start grinding. Go on then - start grinding! Time to grind up the ingredients! You should use your pestle to grind the ingredients in the bowl. Good. Yes. Put your back into it. A deft touch. That's it. Very nice. Now you'll need your wand. Swap to your wand now.  Time for your wand, I think. That's all nicely ground. Swap to your wand so we can get everything into the cauldron. Now that's ground you can swap to your wand again. Swap to your wand. Back to your wand now. You'll need your wand now. Swap to your wand - it's at the side of the book. We need your wand now. Good. That's it. Got it. Good. Aha - you have it! Lift up the bowl. Pick up the bowl with your wand. Now pick up the bowl… Pick up the bowl with your wand. We can't pour until you pick up the bowl. Go on, pick up the bowl. I'm sure you want to. I would have thought you'd be more eager to progress. Pick up the bowl. Please pick up the bowl now. Use your wand on it. Pick up the bowl. It's the big bowl you've been grinding your ingredients in, remember? There we are. Lovely. Aha - you've got it. Very good. That's the way. And pour! In to the cauldron with it! In it goes. Pour it in… Time to add this to the mix. Pour it in. Pour it in now. Would you be so kind as to start pouring? Move the bowl over the cauldron, then get pouring. Pour it out, please! Watch where you're pouring! What a mess! The ingredient needs to be added to the cauldron, not the book. I'd much prefer it if you were to pour it into the cauldron. Ooh, that could leave a nasty stain. Try to get it in the cauldron. You can pour in more than that. A bit more. Pour in a bit more. We need more of that ingredient. Keep pouring. Don't stop pouring yet. Keep at it. Excellent. Very good. That's good. Hmm. Yes. That's it. Well done. Let's grind it up some more. Waste not, want not. I think we can get a bit more out of what we've got. You should grind the ingredient up a bit more. A good potioneer never wastes ingredients. Let's see if we can grind a bit more of what's in the bowl. Hmm, looks like we need more to grind. You'll need to add some more of the ingredient to the bowl. Time to add some more of that - the bowl's empty. That bowl's looking rather bereft. You should add some more of that. We need to grind some more. More grinding is called for. You're not done yet. You must grind more of the ingredient. There's more to be ground yet. Hmm - that doesn't look as if it's been ground up yet. Are you sure you want to add that? It doesn't look properly ground up yet. That hasn't been ground up yet - put it down and grab the pestle. That's no good! It must be ground up first! The recipe calls for ground ingredients here. I'm sure that's not right. Wasn't it supposed to be ground up first? Oh no! That was supposed to be ground up before adding it. Oh dear, oh dear, oh dear. Remember, when the recipe asks for ground ingredients it doesn't just mean throw stuff in as it is. Just a dab will do, you've gone overboard! That was too much. Next time try a lighter touch. That was rather too much. You need to be more careful. ëO—     â -   2så.»   c큻    {š†‹Ž   œ Ú4   Äsýà;   Ûêô±    
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  697. ­There! See on the thermometer, the mark on the side has moved up? That shows you have to heat it more. Keep the heat near the mark! There! The mark on the thermometer's moved down! So ease off, just keep it warm. Keep the heat near the mark. Right, now time to heat it more. Woops! See the arrow? That's showing you the mark on the side of the thermometer. You should try to keep the heat there. Wait, let it cool! And now to heat it up a little. It's time to raise those flames - a higher heat is needed. Too much! Let it cool. You'll overboil it! Stop pumping. Now it needs to simmer, let it cool. Stop! - let the potion cool. Stop, stop! Too hot! Woah! Stop heating! That's it, boiled to death. Overboiled I think. #sniffs#Yes. Over done, just like my aunt's cabbage soup. You overheated it. Next time, try to be less … enthusiastic. Too much heat, I think. There it goes! Cooler next time. That's it, just right. That's it, keep the heat there. There! Keep it there! Just right, maintain, maintain! Perfect! Keep it there! That's it! Just right! Hold it! Keep it like that! Keep it there! Maintain that heat. Keep it like that! Just like that. Let's get heating! It needs to be heated. Time to heat things up. Oh! You let go. Hold the Move button, now! Hold the Move button as you point. Too quick, hold the Move button down when you point. Point at the bellows, hold  the Move button, and pump up and down! Point at those tall bellows, hold the Move button and pump up and down. Come along, deep breath, start heating! You're wasting precious time! Get heating! We must heat the potion. Get to it! You've got the bellows, now pump them up and down! Keep the Move button held and pump up and down! Move your wand up and down to pump! Those bellows won't pump themselves; you need to move your wand. Up and down! And pump. Up and down, now. And pump it! Now heat! That's it. And… Good, and another! Yes! More! Keep going! That's the way! There, good. Good, good. Yes, that's right. Good pumping. Just so. Keep at it. Good. That's the way. Careful - it's cooling. That's cooling off. It's getting cool. It's getting chilly, more heat! Keep an eye on the heat. A bit cool now. Watch that heat. Getting a bit hot. You might want to ease off a little. Careful now - that's too hot. We're a little above optimum temperature. Ease off. Heat it a touch more. A little more heat, use the bellows. Hotter! More heat! Pump more! It's too cool! You're losing heat! Pump the bellows! More heat! Get to it! A bit more! A little more! Let it cool a little. Allow it to cool a little. Simmer down. Let it cool. Too much heat! Leave it to cool! Let it cool, that's too much! It's stone cold again! Heat it more! The cauldron's cold again! Get heating! You need to heat! It won't get any hotter! That's as hot as it goes. It can't get hotter than that! Good! That's as hot as it gets! You must let it cool! Much too hot! Ease off. Less, less! You don't need THIS much heat!  Nearly there! Almost done! You're doing well, keep it up! Not much longer now! Don't stop now! Keep at it, we're almost done! Nearly finished. Persevere, the end is in sight. It's bubbling nicely. You can let it cool to a simmer. Time to drop the heat a little and let it simmer. ² PG    †ê¬]   „cѵ   òñS¿     Rÿ ‰   ŒúØV    Ÿßf™   ¿ËöT3   ú¼ñd¥    zPcÁ   3"•ñ    XU’Á   uÌ›*   ŠøÑ3   ž   ñ€‰   º~ö°¬   Ûà’%¼    —• *   G
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  731.   zi   ˜    Get that stuff out of the bowl and on the board to juice. Now to start juicing. Move some of that onto the juicing board. You missed the board! Pick up the ingredient and we can start juicing it. Don't forget - the juice won't go in the bowl unless the ingredient is on the board. Time to juice! Get some ingredients ready. Carelessness is not a potion-making virtue - try to get the ingredient on the board. Carelessness is not a potion-making virtue - try to get the ingredient on the board. I hope you're looking forward to this juicing. Pick up the ingredient. Back to your wand now. Switch to your wand now. Once you've picked up the ingredient we can start juicing. Time to swap to your wand. First things first: pick up the ingredient. Then we can think about juicing it. Juicing always goes better when there's some ingredient to juice.  Now swap back to your wand and we can get pouring. Pick up an ingredient, it's time to juice it! We can pour this into the cauldron now. Swap back to your wand. Use your wand to pick up the ingredient. Then we can juice it. Now pick up the flask. Uh-huh. Lift up the flask. There. Now the flask… Pick up the flask as before. Very good. That's the way, yes. See the flask at the front of the book? Full of juice! Pick it up. Pop it on the board for me, would you? There, the flask is full of juice. Lift it up. And onto the board it goes. Lift up your flask. Now pour, pour! Now drop it on the board. Pour it in. You can't juice that thing while you're holding it. Drop it on the board. Drop the ingredient on the board. And pour… You need to drop that on the board. Release the Move button. Smell that! Pour it in. Delightful stuff. Come along now. Just move the flask over the cauldron and pour the juice in. Watch what you're doing! - You could get the pages all sticky. You are aiming for the cauldron, aren't you? That's good.  Careful! There. Careful! That's a start… Too soon! The flask's empty! We need to get the juice first! Put it down. There's one… Right… There's nothing in it yet. Put it down. We need a lot. Put a few more on. I'd say move some more over. Where's the fun in juicing just one? Some more, I think. And another. Come along. Pick up another juicy ingredient.  We need to collect more juice - move another ingredient to the board. Add some more to the board. Yes, that's it. Onto the board... Pop it on. On it goes. Here we are… And on it goes… Come along! Onto the board with it! Drop that! If I still had feet I'd be tapping them impatiently. Please put that on the board. We could juice some more. Add another. We've still got space, add another. Still need some more. Good, and another. Still room for more. That's all we need. That'll do. That looks right. Now the mallet! Oh, yes… Get that mallet! Oh, how I envy you… Now the best part… the mallet! Get the mallet… Back to the mallet now. And back to the mallet… Time to juice. Swap back to the mallet. Swap back to the mallet. It's time to juice. You need to swap to the mallet so we can get juicing. Time to swap to the mallet, remember? Come along. Swap to the mallet. It's at the side of the book. That's the fellow. The perfect tool for the job. Here's our faithful friend. Got it. Not yet! Put something on the board first! Back to your wand. No, you need your wand to move some onto the board first. Have a bash! Have a bash! Let juicing commence! Time to start juicing.  Time to start juicing.  Put it to work! Smash them! Put it to work! Smash them! Let's see that juice flying. Get to work. Let's see that juice flying. Get to work. Get that juice flowing.  Pound them into mush! There's a distinct lack of juice here. Get pounding! You need to get juicing. Get the juice flowing! That's the way. That's right. Lovely! Fine juicing! Juice away! Nicely juiced. That's the way! Excellent work. Smells delectable. Ah, using your hands. You like the personal touch. Juicing by hand is satisfying, isn't it? Some say the hands-on approach is the best way.  Right, now tilt your book up to pour that juice downward. Lift your book up by its edge. Just tilt your book up towards the screen. Tilt your book for me, towards the screen. That's the way! Oh yes, look at it go! Lovely juice. There we are… Tilt the book more, there's still more. Still some more, tilt your book more. Tilt your book some more for me. Get your wand again! Your wand's waiting at the side of the book. Swap to it. We really do need your wand now. That's right. Now lift… That's it. Right then. Yes, got it. Mm, good. That's the way. This bit really isn't complicated. Just pour the juice into the cauldron. Pour that juice into the cauldron, would you? I'm pretty sure that wasn't supposed to go there. Try again. Missed! That's it… We're still going to need more juice. No, try again. It seems you'll need to juice some more. We need a bit more I think. òì*ð    ‚†Þ   :Â¥ÿ½   z Å   [¬®   Älˆ¿S    ,«ž‘   DÛ¤p
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  790. generic_label.loc
  791.   zi   !   ÄThere is a competition going on, you know. Pick the bottle up. That bottle needs to be picked up. We're nearly there! Pick it up. Pick up that phial for a sample. That's it. Good. Got it. No, no you mustn't let go of the bottle yet. Pick that up again for me. Now dip the bottle in the cauldron. Get a sample now. Dip it in… Just dip it in to get a sample. To bottle the potion you must dip the bottle in the cauldron. Come on, get dipping. Hold the bottle in the potion to fill it. We need a potion sample! Dip the bottle in. That's the way. All full up.  Lovely. That looks right… Not a bad colour… Looks good… You've got plenty in the bottle - you can take it out of the cauldron. Time to take the bottle out of the cauldron. Now drop it. Set it down. Let it go now… Come along, we're almost done. Drop the bottle on the book. Just set it down. Just let that go. The bottle isn't full! Dip it in again! The bottle's not completely full, dip it again. ¾ þ     '
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  799. generic_learn.loc
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  801. ™Turn your book around, let's take a closer look. Rotate your book, there's more to see. Turn your book! Rotate your book around. Rotate your book a bit, let's see around the back. Rotate your book a bit, let's see around the back. There's more to see yet, rotate the book. You need to rotate the book to see more. What's around the other side? What's around the other side? There may be more around the other side. Have a look around the back. Turn your book back around to the front. Turn it back around to the front. Keep turning! Keep going round. You can keep rotating, there's more! Keep going, you need to rotate the book more. There! Now you can pick up your wand to move on, or keep looking. There! Now you can pick up your wand to move on, or keep looking. Now you can keep looking, or pick up your wand to move on. Now you can keep looking, or pick up your wand to move on. Keep looking for notes, or pick up your wand to move on. Keep looking for notes, or pick up your wand to move on. There is more to read here, or just pick up your wand when you're ready. There is more to read here, or just pick up your wand when you're ready. Remember to use your magnifier to get a closer look. There's still something we need to find. There's still something to look for here. We haven't found what we're looking for yet… For a really good look, use your magnifier. Let's get a better look, there's more to find. Keep looking… There's more to find, I think… Keep turning your book around to see more, or hold the circle button if you're finished. Yes, now hold the Move button. There, now hold the Move button. There's one! There! Look at that! There's something there… What's that? Better take a look. That looks interesting. Stop turning and have a look. Ah, I wonder what that is. Have a look, would you. Now there's something worth investigating. There! Have a look at that! Back to your wand now. Back to your wand now. Switch to your wand now. Switch to your wand now. Time to swap to your wand. Time to swap to your wand. Good, two more to find! Good, two more to find! There. You need to find two more glints like that. Keep examining it. There's more to learn yet. One more to locate! Nearly there, one more! Right, one more to find! Keep looking. There's one more thing to find out, can you see where it is? You need your wand again! You need your wand again! Get your wand, you need it for this next part! Get your wand, you need it for this next part! You need to get your wand for this. You need to get your wand for this. Good! There. Good, good… Pick up the magnifying glass. Time to take a look! Pick up your magnifying glass. Let's see, let's see… Pick up your magnifying glass! Now, what have we here..? Pick up the magnifying glass! Right, get the magnifying glass! Get the magnifying glass… Pick up the magnifying glass, time to take a look! Swap your wand for the magnifying glass. Just hold your wand inside the handle, remember?  Ïs­    œÆ"    1ëÁ    Xu¥‡"   h=ø·ë   ÓöÖÇ   ´£œ"H   çÔ› Þ    M’Cd   :Jÿ‡}   X:•sò   vª*nc   Ÿ†°…û   ¼¬¹ÔA   å X   ‹QVÅ    üVfS   'b2óð   LÌHV£   z‘ù‚
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  828. generic_map.loc
  829.   zi      ¨Use your wand on that glowing spot on the map. Use your wand on that glowing spot on the map. Let's discover our next challenge! Point at the map and press the Move button. Let's discover our next challenge! Point at the map and press the Move button. Point at the map there and press the Move button. What is our next challenge? Point and press the Move button. What is our next challenge? Point and press the Move button. ==ƒÀ    ¾    Ã   /¤4Òz   ^' Xy   ­Ó3âì   üMWwO   .ÎrýL   k
  830. generic_mcinteraction.loc
  831.   zi       qI wouldn't add this ingredient until you've prepared it, if I were you. You need to wave with your hand! Put your wand down and flap your hands at it! If your controller is plugged in, you may want to unplug it before you try this! You need to swap tools. Hold your controller on top of it to swap. You'll need a tool here; hold your wand on top of it to swap. You'll need the tool by the side of your book. Press the X button. Press the circle button. Press the triangle button. Press the square button. Press the Move button. Hold the Move button. Having trouble? Your cauldron is right on top of your book, so try holding your controller above your book first. You'll get the hang of it. Look down at your book: your cauldron is right on top of it. So try holding your controller right over the book. Now, flick your wand towards them! Flick your wand at them to use the spell! ª]´Ã    3O8ù   Hr¬p   —ƒþ‹ò   è ÷ÚH   +mðêÞ   i–µ0,   ˜k©È;   ¬ôf2´   ÅrýÅë   àP ÞÁ   ù€ò‹a    ÑN½a   &HGìÛ   ˜ ‘
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  833. generic_minigame.loc
  834.   zi       tAh! Now you can try that challenge again later in the Collectibles Chapter. You can play against a friend to see whose potion-making skills are sharper! For now, let's get on with your potion! Remember to go to the Collectibles Chapter later; there you can gather those ingredients again and challenge a friend! Now you can find that activity in the Collectibles Chapter, for you to play against a friend. You can try gathering those ingredients again later, and compete against a friend, in the Collectibles Chapter! There! Later you can go to the Collectibles Chapter to pit your ingredient-gathering skills against a friend. 8ƒ°æ    ž‡»   Áp‰ì—   8îíy4   –ŽÜ    
  835. generic_potionreactions.loc
  836.   zi       ÿ#cough#Right, well done. #Cough cough#Wave your hands to clear away the smoke. Wave away the smoke with your hands! I can't see! #Cough cough#Wave your arms; let's get rid of this smoke! #cough#We can't see a thing! Wave your arms a bit! #cough#Clear it away, come on! Flap your arms around! That's it, keep going… Yes, that's the sort of thing. Wave more! Keep waving. Ah, it's clearing… It's clearing. At last! #Cough cough#Wave your wand to clear away the smoke. Wave away the smoke with your wand! I can't see! #Cough cough#Wave your wand, let's get rid of this smoke! #cough#We can't see a thing! Wave your wand a bit! #cough#Clear it away, come on! Swish your wand around! That's it, keep going… Wave more! Ah, it's clearing… Come on, get rid of these bubbles! So many bubbles. I suppose it would be a pity not to pop some… All those bubbles. It is quite hard to resist the urge to pop them, isn't it? There's one! Keep going. #giggle#Popped another! Enjoying ourselves, are we? And another! There they go. c*ò    9^pi     W!Ó   O×P E   ãÆF"   »zÏ ˜   î•™p/   $
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  840. generic_prepare.loc
  841.   zi        
  842. Not an utter disaster. An… acceptable performance. I might make a potioneer of you yet. You have some skills after all. That wasn't bad. Where did you learn that? Clearly I've had a positive influence on you. Let's move on for now. Let's press on. We must persevere! It might taste a bit funny…. Let's press on. Onwards! I'll use an Engorgement Charm so that you can see it better. Engorgio! There's nothing left! Just put it down. Drop that to move on. You can put it down now. Good, now just drop what you're holding. €  e      Cß    n sI   5‚*[‘   Z #
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  845. generic_recipetransition.loc
  846.   zi        
  847. generic_spread.loc
  848.   zi   !   êUse your wand to select the story, or turn the page. A tale of my genius awaits you. Do not try to resist. Use your wand on the page. If you need further proof of my genius, I have left a story of my potion-making exploits. Use your wand on the page. You'd better learn what this potion does before you brew it. Point your wand at the potion description on the page! Time to learn about this potion. Use your wand on that glowing spot on the page. This is a favourite of mine. Use your wand on the glowing spot to read about the potion. You'll need to have a closer look at the recipe. Use your wand on the page. Use your wand on the recipe to have a look at this one. Come on, we've a Championship to win! Use your wand on the recipe. Not familiar with this ingredient? I thought not. Use your wand on the picture to get a closer look. A true potioneer knows their ingredients. Use your wand on the picture to learn about this one. Hurry, use your wand on the ingredient picture! Time to gather our ingredients! Use your wand on the picture. The other champions will soon get ahead of us! Point at the picture to gather the ingredient! We'll need to get this ingredient ourselves. Point at the glowing picture to start. Time to have a look at the map! Use your wand on the map on the page. Point at the map and press the Move button. Nearly done! Point at the glowing picture and press the Move button. Point at the picture and press the Move button, let's finish the potion! Ready? Point at the picture and press the Move button. Ready? Point at the picture and press the Move button. We're finished here, you know. Turn the page to move on. When you're ready turn the page. You can turn over, let's see what's next. We're wasting time! Turn the page. I can feel the Championship slipping away! Turn the page! Come on, we've a Championship to win! Turn over. Turn the page; the other champions will be getting ahead! Go on, use your wand to find out about our next potion. You do want to know what potion you'll be making, don't you?  That recipe is hardly going to read itself. You need to use your wand. Come along, use your wand to pull up the picture. Honestly, I've known quicker trolls! Come along, use your wand to pull up the picture. Honestly, I've known quicker trolls! ’(Þ™    
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  856. generic_story.loc
  857.   zi   6   ÛThe answer's here somewhere… keep looking! There's more to find here! What happened next? Explore the scene to find an answer! Keep looking…. You'll have to jog my memory… search the scene for an answer! There! Press the Move button! Aha! Point at that and press the Move button! There's one! There we are! There! There's another choice to find, keep looking! We've found one possibility but there's another, keep looking! Keep searching, there's more to find! There's more to find, keep looking! I think there's another… Now which do you think it is? Use your wand to choose! Well, what happened next? Choose one of those two. We have two choices; what do you think? I can't quite remember what happened… You can choose. You'll have to jog my memory! Choose one! There's more to find, try turning the book. Rotate the book to get a good look. Is there something around the other side? Have a look around the other side. Turn the book, look all the way around it. Perhaps turn the book a bit? Is it around the back? Is time standing still? Reach out and rotate the book to move on. Don't you want to see what happened later? Rotate the book to see what happened! Pick up the book and turn it to see around the other side. Rotate the book! That's it… Yes… Let's see… Now let's see… Keep going… Keep going! We're not there yet! Turn it all the way round! Keep going, all the way round! Not there yet! Turn it all the way round! Keep going, all the way round. What's that? There! Use your wand on that. Look! There's a little something extra…. Use your wand on that little thing! That doesn't sound quite right. Are you sure? No, that's not how the story goes… I don't think so. Once more. I fear you may have missed something. I'm sure there was something for you to collect. We can move on, or go back and have another look. What a tale! But did you truly plumb its depths? There might be a hidden ingredient. I think you left at least one stone unturned- there's a hidden ingredient in the story. You can read the story again and have a closer look next time. There's a hidden ingredient still in that story! Move on for now or go back and search. There's another hidden ingredient in there if you want to search again. Or just turn the page. •C‘$    
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  861. generic_story_screentext.loc
  862.   zi       iherd of pigs band of gorillas shrink grow rats wolves Muggle women gorillas wearing a loincloth with a bag of Dungbombs Butterbeer shoes brawl troll battle Laughing Potion Butterbeer travelling circus silent monastery red-hot and fiery flatulent standing in the sea sitting in a tree wizard wizarding troll clown gold Doxys Shrinking Solution Flobberworm mucus Ý!a1    ‡Ñ„µ  
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  868. generic_taste.loc
  869.   zi       ÔRight, pick up the bottle. Get your sample bottle. Let's test your mix! Pick that up. There. We're not finished yet! Pick that up again. Don't be too hasty. Pick the bottle up. Now pour it onto our little friend. To test the potion, we just need to pour it onto him. Give the creature a chance to check the potion. Pour it onto him. A couple of drops of potion on our creature should do it. Now pour a little of the potion onto our little volunteer. Just pour a drop or two onto it to test. Get pouring. Don't worry, it won't do any harm. Pour the potion on him! Pour the potion, will you! Missed. Try again. You missed him. Better have another go. Try again but do aim with a little more care. Careful! Pour a bit more, I think. You need to pour a bit more than that. A few drops more should do it. I don't think that was enough. Better pour a bit more. No reaction yet. Pour a bit more onto him. Here's our friend again… Let's try it on the toad... Here he is, ready to help our potion-making! Pick up the bottle and dip it into the cauldron for a sample. You know the way. Pick up the bottle and dip for a sample. Pick up the bottle, as ever. The bottle isn't full! Dip it in again! The bottle's not completely full, dip it again. ?ïŒ     6¾6    o1Ž    3 y÷L   VŒ†=    ] l¯   ‰e˜-…   ±ü‘|?   Õ‹–L©  
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  872. generic_trackingloss.loc
  873.   zi       øYou need to see the pages, tilt it forwards. Tilt the book forwards, you need to see the pages. Can you see what's on the book? Move it so you can see it clearly. Don't worry, the pages are still here. Just move the book about a bit. Oh! What's happening? Move the book so you can see it clearly. We'll have to start again. Make sure you can see the book clearly. You need to see the pages at all times. We'll have to try again. We'll have to go again. Try keeping the book tilted forwards on your knee.  ÏLp    šÆ Ê   -íÁ-\   `s¥¸ÿ   £ ¢ˆi   ê§Oqh   )>F Ò   lIA D   ­
  874. generic_triangleprompt.loc
  875.   zi       ©Now if you ever need help, you can just press the triangle button to see what's next.  Try it now. Press triangle- Press the triangle button on your controller. Can you see it? Press the triangle button, so you can see what it does. Press triangle for me. There! You can press triangle whenever you like to get a hint.  Try pressing triangle if you need a hint. Remember, you can always press the triangle button to get a hint. Need a hint? You can always press the triangle button. What comes next..? Press the triangle button if you need a hint. Remember, you can always press triangle if you need a bit of help. Press the triangle button for a bit of help. If you need help, you can always press the triangle button. If you need a hint, you can press the triangle button. There, see that arrow…? See that arrow there…? Can you see that arrow there…? There, that arrow there… Where that arrow is… See, where that arrow is… â›Jl    {’ Ö   W4” Þ   s­Ed   ±Úšuò   釩lo    W XL   @ά   ö   j¹ 9`   ¬'|¬Ã   ãP{œU   $ÉrÍï   g¾uýy   ”.Êàè   Ð
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  877. laughingpotion_billywigwings_prepare.loc
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  879. Now to the serious business of grinding our Billywig wings. Excellent. That's ready. Good, now another handful. Now the knife, the Alihotsy must be finely chopped for the Laughing Potion. Now add just two handfuls to the cauldron, to give the Laughing Potion just a tinge of rambunctiousness. First the leaves must be chopped. Move some Alihotsy to the chopping board with your wand. Hop to it, move over some more! Now stir slowly. We must not damage the leaves' mirth-inducing properties. That's it! Pour the spring water into the cauldron. Next add the chopped Alihotsy leaves. Get your spoon. That was most artful stirring. Well done. Good. Soon our potion will be fit to make a Glumbumble giggle. There is slow stirring and there is no stirring and this is definitely the latter. Get to it! Good. We're gaining on the last competitors, I can feel it! Now, for the most difficult ingredient. The potion requires a snigger of laughter. Don't stop at one. Keep adding. Yes. A good start. Keep at it. Surely not afraid of a little work? Most unlike you. Get grinding. You know that I do not enjoy laziness. It's time to commence grinding. Grind up your Billywig wings and add them to the cauldron. Lift up the bowl and pour it all in. Now to begin the grinding. Swap to the pestle. Now we need twenty-four wings in the bowl. That’s twelve pairs . Good, now into the cauldron with it. Pick up one of those wings and drop it in the bowl. Now we stir slowly. Remember - over-stirring could result in tears and hysteria… and the potion won't be quite right either. Well ground! What could be better revenge for all those stings? Now to pour the powder into the cauldron. Get your wand. Good, stop! Before you do yourself an injury. What were you thinking about? I hope it was the destruction of our enemies. That's it, but louder! A little longer if you please. …I found it hard to get the hang of it, myself. But let's see how you do! Think of something amusing, like, oh, ridding yourself of a particularly annoying neighbour. Then just give me a snigger. You must laugh at the potion. Now! I can't hear you! Come along. Are you sniggering? You'll need to be a little louder than that, you know. Not big on merriment, are you? I like you more and more. Let's move on for now. Now the spoon! Just like that... {X»    
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  883. laughingpotion_final_championship.loc
  884.   zi   Ø  +èRight, put your earplugs in! Very good. Those bees will never be able to resist such fine blooms. We need to return to the search. Swap back to the shears. You need to select the shears so you can get clipping again. Oh! Sadly our champion from Uagadou was not able to overcome our next challenge, but not to worry, it's all good sport! Hogwarts, you would be wise to keep your distance in this challenge…  Diffindo! That should do nicely. Diffindo! Yes, well done. We must get close enough to use the potion… We must block your ears! Let's look around for something to plug up your ears. Have you got them in? I said, HAVE YOU GOT THEM IN? Oh, yes. Right! Good, that's all of them. Well done. That's the last hive. It’s a banshee, a terrifying spirit whose cry can curdle milk and chill human blood. If she lays claws upon you her unearthly screams may drive you to madness.  The last hive! Well done. There's that forest nearby, or that cliff face. Come, where do you suggest we look first? Point with your wand to select the forest or the cliff!   #slightly out of breath#There. The wax is melted… We're on the right track… but we need something solid to mix with the beeswax to block out the banshee's howls. Where shall we look next?  Let's try the forest, let's go there next. We're on the right track… these cocoons will help block out the banshee's wail, but we need something to stick them in. Where shall we look? That cliff looks a promising site. Let’s go there!  Now we have everything we need to block out the Banshee's cry, but we'll need a fire to put them together. Aha! That looks a likely spot. Use your wand to select the campfire, I have a most cunning plan. Are your earplugs in? ...I SAID ARE YOUR EARPLUGS IN? ...Very well, we have all that we need to get close to the banshee. Time to try the dark path. Do you hesitate? I assure you that between us we have the skills to beat this banshee. I'm almost certain of it. Let's face the banshee. #hmm#This reminds me of the cliffs on my island … though it lacks their forbidding charm, of course. Look around. To the practical mind of the potioneer, there are always solutions. There! Beehives mean wax and that means...  ...yes, I can feel the first outlines of an idea forming… ...yes, wax! That will stick the cocoons into your ears. I see what you're thinking, oh yes… If we want to get at those hives, we'll first have to deal with the bees. If there were only something to distract them. But I can't see a single flower.  There's nothing for it - if we want some flowers we'll need to conjure them up. I'll forgive you a little wand-waving this time. You must cast Orchideous. Hold the Move button and trace the shape there. We must attract some bees! Hold the flowers out towards them. Let's get some more bees! Now to attract more bees! The bees need to smell those flowers if we're going to get them closer. Hold the flowers up. You need to hold the flowers up towards the bees. Don't leave those flowers sitting there, hold them up towards the bees. Well, now we have attracted the bees. I suppose we should… capture them! Yes! Ah! That jar is just what we need. Try shaking the flowers over the jar. Right, shake the flowers over the jar again. Shake the flowers over the jar! We don't want to be followed around by bees all day. Shake the flowers over the jar. We need to get the bees in the jar. Shake the flowers over it. Shake the flowers over the jar - that should work. That's the idea. Let the petals drop in the jar! Shake the flowers over the jar - we're trying to capture bees, not cover the place in petals. Don't just wave them around - We need to tempt the bees into the jar. Shake those petals into the jar - the bees should follow. That's it. Keep at it. That's good. Keep it up. Keep shaking! Good start... now to get the rest of the bees. There are still some bees near the hive. We need to capture them too. There are still more bees to be captured! Excellent. But we still need more. Last one! There. You've got them all! You've caught them all! Now to make sure the bees stay put…. We need to keep the bees in that jar… The jar must be secured…. Ah! Use that cork to stopper the jar. There, put that cork in the jar. That cork will do nicely. Put it in the jar. Put the cork in the jar. That'll keep those bees in their place. Come along - we don't want the bees to escape. You need to put the cork in the jar. Time is ticking away.  There's plenty still to do. Hurry up and get that jar corked. Marvellous - a jar of bees. Probably angry bees. At least they can't get out. Good, those bees won't be bothering us any more. That's it. No need to worry about those bees. Excellent - we've finally got the bees out of the way. Now how can we reach those beehives? The shears are too short... We're out on a limb here. You'd better cut them down with a spell. The Severing Charm ought to do it. You do know the Severing Charm, I presume? Now to see to those beehives. Now to cut the beehives down. Flick your spell at the beehives to cut them down. Cut the beehives down! Flick your wand to use the spell. Don't tarry. Start cutting down those hives. Those hives still need cutting down. Come along. Come now, start cutting the hives. No, that's not it. Be careful where you're cutting. You could do someone a mischief! Flick at the hives. Careful! Aim at the hives. Take careful aim when cutting. Don't just cast randomly. Aim your spell at a hive. Well done. Good severing. Well cast! A very neat job. Very good. Excellent! Keep on. We've more to get. Don't stop now. We need to get all the hives. Keep cutting. Don't stop cutting yet. Success! Victory! With wax from the hives and our cocoons, we can make a fine set of earplugs, and at last get near the banshee. I'm sure you've realised what I'm planning by now… but we've more to do yet. Come along! There's bound to be something here we can work with. Look with the eyes of a potioneer. Not that you can see much, with all this vegetation. You can use those shears to cut these plants back. Pick up those shears, let's cut back the plants. You'd best get those shears so we can see what's what. Now, cut the foliage away! Ah, this takes me back to my boyhood days, tramping through the swamps, cutting the knotgrass and collecting bubotubers…#ahem# Get cutting. You have the tools, now put them to use. Cut down those plants. Don't dawdle, start cutting; let us see what's under these plants. Keep clipping at this foliage. Keep going! Don't stop! Cut, cut! There's more to clear, use the shears. Keep going, we must cut it all away! Carry on cutting - we haven't explored every corner yet. There's nothing to pick up yet - you need to cut the plants first. What do you plan to do with those? There's nothing to pick up yet. Aha! A moth's cocoon. The perfect size. Combined with the wax, we would have a fine earplug! But we'll need two… Aha! A moth's cocoon. Just the right size to plug your ears against the cry of a banshee! But we'll need two… You can keep on cutting back the plant or swap to the tongs. A second cocoon! Exactly what we were looking for! We just need to collect it.  That's it - you've cleared everything in sight. That's enough! You can pick up the tongs! If you've finished clipping, pick up those tongs and we can start our cocoon collection. We need to get that cocoon - swap to the tongs, then we can pluck it. Swap to the tongs, they'll be the best tool for picking up the cocoons. Use the tongs to pick up the cocoon. Collect the cocoon, use the tongs. Use the tongs, pick it up. Pick up the cocoon, we're making progress. Press the Move button with the tongs to pick up the cocoon. Right, drop it in the bowl! Into the bowl with it! Drop the cocoon in the bowl. There's no need to keep holding on.  Are you going to hold that cocoon forever? Drop it in the bowl. Pop the cocoon into the bowl. Oops. Better try again. Careful! Good. There we are, progress, progress! That second cocoon will need to go in the bowl too. We'll need that second cocoon too. Pick it up. Yes… they'll work as earplugs, but we need something else. Something gooey and sticky to stick them in your ears. Let's go back to the map. Success! Victory! With the wax we'll be able to stick the cocoons in your ears, and at last approach the banshee. We still need another cocoon. Swap to the shears again. Now, while those other competitors waggle their wands and concoct fancy philtres, we'll cook up a quick set of earplugs to get close to the banshee! First we must melt the wax in the hives. Move the hives into the pan. Careful of the fire! Come on; pick up a hive with your wand. Be quick about it! Pick up a hive with your wand. And get it in the pan… Drop it in… In the pan with it… In it goes… You can drop the hive in the pan now. Put the hive in the pan. The hive must be in the pan if we're to melt it. Oh dear.  You missed the pan. Careful now! Good! Yes! There! That's it! Now the next one… Right, move the next one over. And another… One more… Our fire isn't really fierce enough… Just fan the flames with your hands. Old potioneer's trick. Come on! Vigorously wave at the flames! Wave your hands at the fire; that should encourage the flames. Keep at it! Getting there, keep going! Keep going now… Now dip the cocoons into the wax. Pick up a cocoon…. Use your wand to pick up a cocoon. Pick up the cocoon. Use your wand. And just dip it in… Dip the cocoon in the wax. It's just like making a toffee apple but with more wax and no toffee... or apple. Come on, just dip it in. Dip the cocoon in now. Let's hurry along, shall we? Dip the cocoon in the wax. Now just to dry it. Give it a wave. Wave it around now, to dry it off. It's still wet! Wave it in the air to dry it. You should dry that out, before you stick it in your ear. Don't you think? Just wave it around. I don't know about you, but I've never been keen on sticking hot wax in my ear. Give it a wave around.  You'll need to wave harder than that. Really wave it! Come on! Put some energy into it. You need to give that thing a really good wave! It's still not dry - keep waving it. The wax is still wet. Keep waving it. No, that's not ready yet. We're not there yet - keep waving it. Excellent! One down, one to go. On to the next cocoon. Success! Victory! Beeswax banshee earplugs! #ha ha!#This is a really canny solution, with none of that showy wand-waving! All you need to do now is slip the slimy things in your ears and we're ready to face the creature herself. You're cornered! Stay calm, look for your chance… There! Quick! Grab the potion and pour it down her throat! Now's your chance! Pour the potion in her mouth! 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  931. laughingpotion_final_label.loc
  932.   zi       ªPick up the bottle and dip- Good! Now just let it go. Your Laughing Potion is complete! #*laughter*#With this we'll be able to take on the next challenge, mark my words! x~²¸     
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  934. laughingpotion_final_taste.loc
  935.   zi       ²Are you ready? Then take hold of that bottle. Have you ever seen a toad act like that? I thought not. #laugh# #ahem#Obviously you mixed an acceptable form of my Laughing Potion. GE£<     v _   .šFå   n
  936. laughingpotion_introduction_map.loc
  937.   zi       oAttention all Champions. May I congratulate you on your progress so far. We have seen some truly exceptional potion-making already! We did it… you did it… we’re through the first part of the competition! You’ve forgiven me, I hope, for tricking you? And after all, if we die – I mean, if you die – I’m long dead, of course – what nobler cause, than in trying to win the Wizarding Schools Potions Championship. You don’t see it that way? Ah… well, I’ll do my best to keep you alive then… come on… the second stage! Congratulations and commiserations champions! As our competitors ascend to the second stage of the championship, our Japanese champion from Mahoutokoro still leads the group. Thanks to the shrewd application of a sleeping solution Hogwarts remains in third place behind the champion from Uagadou School of Magic, harking from somewhere in Africa. But after a slight setback Koldovstoretz is catching up! The audience will be grateful that they are at a distance as our Hogwarts champion approaches their next task … Ah! I suspect I know what this is, and which potion we need to brew next! e Š     ü¬Ûš   „‹ ë
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  939. laughingpotion_knarlquills_gather.loc
  940.   zi       …Pluck three quills (no more, no less) from your Knarl and add to the potion. Use the tweezers to grab a quill and then pull it out. What's the delay? Get plucking! No need to fear the quills - just pluck them out. Got one! There you are! Got one! Good! We need more quills. Keep plucking - we need three quills in all. That's it - we have all the quills we need. Oh, you're still plucking. Well, if you really must. I admire a spirit of enquiry but are we really learning anything from all this extra plucking? Still plucking? That Knarl is beginning to look distinctly bald. Now we have our Knarl quills we can add them to our Laughing Potion.  ƒ['    K(6‚   M ^Ð    „šW¿   ¤Ïb
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  942. laughingpotion_knarlquills_prepare.loc
  943.   zi       d#pleased#Good. Almost too good.#ahem# Potioneers should be serious, you know. Ah, now we must laugh again, but this time more merrily. Carefully add your three Knarl quills. Just pick up the quills and pop them in. That's it. The potion appears to be coming along most promisingly.  Grab a quill with your wand. That's one, add two more. Good work! Now we must apply some heat. Time to squarely heat the Laughing Potion, to give it warmth. Good! We'll have a mirthful mixture in no time! Well done. Now we can move on. Next the potion must be stirred. Well stirred! This time a snigger won't suffice, we need more of a giggle. Imagine you've seen someone putting a bare foot in a cowpat. That always works for me. Are you prepared? Good. Three, two, one … now! I can't hear you! Giggle! Giggle for me, now! Good! More! More! I know; merriment does not come naturally to me, either. But you must giggle a bit longer. Try it now. No, no. I didn't catch a single giggle. Let us move on. Now to heat again, quickly, quickly! That's it, this is real potion-making! Now comes our chance to test out our work for the first time. ¹ëí>    œr!   Ns»™   ‡â'«æ   ®S~‹Þ   בtŽŠ    X*ã;   8tMÌn   RސÂX   ]M     zZ?ìÁ   ¸/¬®    èŠî}    Cýw½   (Ïd°   6VmÐ
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  946. laughingpotion_puffskeinhair_gather.loc
  947.   zi       uTrim some hair from your Puffskein; you need a few handfuls. What are you doing? Clipping your toenails? Get to work on that Puffskein! Get those clippers clipping. It is what they're for, after all. Lovely. Excellent. We still need more hair. Argh! It's woken up. Pshaw! The thing's awake again. Try stroking it to get it back to sleep. Give the thing a stroke. It'll soon doze off. #Cough#Hello-o?! Are we tired or something? I told you to stroke the Puffskein. Yes, yes, it's a horrible little thing but you must stroke it to get it back to sleep. That's the way!  Good. Good work. I'm sure I saw its eyelids droop. It's definitely getting drowsy. Keep stroking. It looks as though it's fully asleep - you can get on to clipping its fur. Excellent. Now it's back to sleep we can get some more fur. That's all the fur we need. Now to scatter the hair you've clipped over the potion. ² ™ñ    ¤ '–   == v,   ˆdʆm   ÈýÃ××   Ð žäü   ÛÙÕÑi   ô@Ü€Ó      ‡ß |   ) ÖMÆ   Rú
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  951. laughingpotion_puffskeinhair_learn.loc
  952.   zi       þThere, it's asleep. Honestly, it looks like an overused earmuff! You can get a closer look at the thing with your magnifying glass. Now we can trim some of that hair off. #hair#Soft and custard-coloured, the hair of the Puffskein has magical properties and is useful as a magical ingredient. Swap your wand for the magnifying glass to get a closer look. #tongue#Puffskeins enjoy using their long tongues to feed on bogies, to the delight of generations of wizard children. #body#Spherical in shape, Puffskeins can be hurled about without making a fuss, and are very easy to care for. Good. Have a look, now. Stroking the Puffskein may help it go to sleep. Useful to know when you need their hair. Yes it's a dreadful thought but needs must, reach out and stroke the furry layabout. I'm sorry to force you to do something so distasteful but try stroking the thing to help it go to sleep. Yes, that's it. Keep it up. It's definitely starting to look drowsy. You can't clip the Puffskein's hair until you've picked up those clippers. Get the clippers for me. Excellent. Swap to those clippers there, it's time to move on. Here we are. Why anyone should want such a tedious beast as a pet is quite beyond me.   2.26, 2.98, 3.32, 4.53, 4.72, 5.11, 5.21, 5.33, 5.96, 6.27, 6.97, 7.55, 7.78, 7.94, 8.54, 8.67, 8.72, 9.23  2.71, 3.37, 3.96, 4.47, 4.68, 5.13, 5.51, 5.69, 6.09, 6.59, 7.6, 7.74, 7.82, 8.35, 8.47, 9.39, 9.51, 9.86  2.29, 3.2, 3.45, 4.06, 4.73, 4.87, 5.12, 5.51, 5.91, 6.22, 6.51, 6.55, 6.95, 7.19, 7.35, 7.74, 8.07, 8.19, 8.48 )[    ¡1ï¼   A8 ª    „=CB&   « ­á¬   $»×0ˆ   bp‹ã-   ÙW ©…   Hž‡ $   NÀ·Õ+   `ˆÁ3¬   ¹ Èb    
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  955. laughingpotion_puffskeinhair_prepare.loc
  956.   zi   '   ÕThat's it. The horseradish should be well mixed in by now. Scatter Puffskein hair over the surface of your potion. Our potion is nearly complete! That's very well done indeed! Just pick up the hair and drop it in the cauldron. Good, add two more. Good, add two more. Pick up the next. Pick up the next. Getting there. Getting there. Well done! Now the potion must be stirred most vigorously. Get stirring - really put some effort into it. Fine stirring! See how you're learning with experience. Now to heat the mixture. Carefully now, pump the bellows. That's the way! Yes, that looks right. Good work. Perfect temperature! Now for the last dose of mirth for our Laughing Potion. The potion needs loud and uncontrollable laughter. Undignified… but necessary. #light laughter#I usually think of the time I saw a rival student spill a love potion on himself. He began romancing our ancient Potions professor… #sigh#Nothing's been able to top that! So, are you ready for a really loud laugh? Good! Three, two, one … now! Come along - we need a really loud laugh. Laugh until your sides ache - that's the way. What? No laughter at all. Let's move on. More!#beginning to laugh# Yes! You've done it! Aha ha ha!#beginning to cackle madly# Soon the cauldron will be ours!#ahem# Time…for... horseradish powder. That might be it. You must clean that dusty bottle. Not yet! Put it down and clean it first! Stop! You should clean the bottle off first. That's the stuff. Pick it up and pour it in. That should give the potion a bit of a kick. Now to stir the mixture once more. You know what to do - get stirring! And now we should get the cauldron bubbling. Time to see to the heat. Well? Heat the mixture! Good, good, I can feel the giggles brewing… IŸâ;     ¬xº   ; R0Y   s€[ú"   °«ÁÆ   㟁1    ÷jåÊ4  
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  973. žGryffindor Elevhemmet Gryffindor värdesätter djärvhet och mod över allt annat. Slytherin Elevhemmet Slytherin lockar dem som är ambitiösa, listiga och pÃ¥hittiga. Hufflepuff Elevhemmet Hufflepuff värdesätter hÃ¥rt arbetande, lojala och rättrÃ¥diga elever. Ravenclaw Elevhemmet Ravenclaw sätter klokhet och lärdom över allt annat. Vad är Pottermore? FrÃ¥ga mig inte igen Nytt spel Plats 1 Plats 2 Plats 3 Ta bort Länka till Pottermore? Omkalibrera Pottermore-kontonamn Pottermore-lösenord Ceder och drakhjärtesträng. Tretton och en halv tum. Mycket böjlig. Ebenholts och fenixfjäder. Tolv tum. Styv. Poppel och enhörningshÃ¥r. Tio och en halv tum. Spänstig. Acceptera Ta om Plats 1 - Skadad Skadad Plats 2 - Skadad Plats 3 - Skadad Huvudmenyn Är du säker pÃ¥ att du vill skriva över det sparade spelet? Alla framsteg i spelet gÃ¥r förlorade Pottermore-konto Vi frÃ¥gar efter ditt användarnamn och lösenord pÃ¥ Pottermore.com sÃ¥ att vi kan hämta din trollstav och elevhemstillhörighet frÃ¥n Pottermore.com och samordna dessa med din trollstav och ditt elevhem i spelet. För att kunna göra detta lämnas ditt användarnamn och lösenord för Pottermore vidare till Pottermore.com, sÃ¥ att vi kan verifiera ditt Pottermore-konto. Ditt användarnamn och lösenord hanteras av Pottermore i enlighet med integritetspolicyn för Pottermore.com, som du kan läsa pÃ¥ http://www.pottermore.com/en/privacy. Vi lagrar inte ditt användarnamn och lösenord pÃ¥ Pottermore.com och kommer inte att samla in nÃ¥gon personlig information frÃ¥n Pottermore.
  974.  Vill du länka ditt spel till ett befintligt Pottermore-konto? Din trollstav och ditt elevhem i Pottermore matchar inte dem du har i spelet. Är du säker pÃ¥ att du vill använda informationen frÃ¥n Pottermore? Elevhem Alternativ Det gick inte att ansluta till Pottermore pÃ¥ grund av ett nätverksproblem. Det gick inte att ansluta till Pottermore pÃ¥ grund av att slutanvändaravtalet inte godkändes. Det gick inte att ansluta till Pottermore pÃ¥ grund av fel vid inloggningen pÃ¥ PlayStation®Network. Det här kontonamnet eller lösenordet verkar vara felaktiga Kontonamnet eller lösenordet stämmer inte längre med informationen pÃ¥ Pottermore. Det här kontot är tyvärr avstängt. Informationen frÃ¥n ditt Pottermore-konto har hämtats. Logga in pÃ¥ ditt Pottermore-konto. Nytt spel Det finns inga lediga platser för sparade spel. Om du vill starta ett nytt spel mÃ¥ste du skriva över ett befintligt sparat spel. Välj ett spel som ska skrivas över. Ta foto Tryck pÃ¥ Move-knappen för att börja spela in. Visa foto Välj trollstav Dessa sparade data tillhör en annan användare. Om du fortsätter inaktiveras trophies. Vill du fortsätta? {1}/{2}/{3} Gör dig redo att ta ditt häx-/trollkarlsfoto. Du kan länka till Pottermore via pausmenyn. Trollstaven har uppdaterats. Ditt elevhem har uppdaterats. Tryck pÃ¥ Move-knappen för att fortsätta. Skriv över Är du nöjd med ditt trollkarlsfoto? Juridisk information om Pottermore Gryffindor grundades av Godric Gryffindor, och elevhemmets färger är scharlakansrött och guld. Hufflepuff grundades av Helga Hufflepuff, och elevhemmets färger är gult och svart. Slytherin grundades av den berömda ormviskaren Salazar Slytherin, och elevhemmets färger är silver och grönt. Ravenclaw grundades av Rowena Ravenclaw, och elevhemmets färger är silver och blÃ¥tt. Loggar in ... Onlinefunktioner blockerade pÃ¥ grund av Ã¥ldersrestriktioner.  ©ÞB    è‚ï¿  
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  998.     Subtitles Subtitles Music Sound Effects Sound Effects Voice Exit to Main Menu Pause Menu Link with Pottermore Linking with Pottermore will require you to return to the Main Menu. Do you wish to continue? All unsaved progress will be lost. Do you wish to continue? Read out loud rWÈ    †>žÝ  
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  1002.   zi       dAha! Welcome to this challenge. Your job is to protect the daisies. Sounds so simple doesn't it? It isn't! Here we are - a potioneer must sometimes protect their ingredients! Flick those spells. Flick your spell at the creatures! Get that controller moving. Flick your controller! Get casting! Get that controller moving! No! That's the last daisy destroyed! That's it! No daisies left! And we're out of daisies! That's it! Challenge over. You've no daisies left. Your challenge ends! No daisies left to protect. Challenge over. The garden is overrun by daisy-destroying Knarls and fairies. The faster you Stun them, the more you'll score. But lose a daisy and you'll score less. The garden is full of Knarls and fairies. Use Stunning Spells on them before they pulverise the plants. The faster you work, the more you'll score. But lose a daisy and you'll score less. ¶’”
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  1006.   zi       Here you must defend yourself from Doxys! A true test of your skills! A Doxy swarm approaches! Defend yourself, and earn the title of Doxy defeater! Get spraying! Press that Move button. Let's start spraying!  Don't forget to press the Move button. Spray at them! You've been equipped with an atomiser full of Doxycide. Hold down the Move button to spray the Doxys before they bite. If the atomiser gets clogged, give it a shake. The quicker you go, the more you'll score! Press the Move button to spray Doxycide. But don't spray for too long or the atomiser will get clogged. If that happens, give it a shake. Go as quick as you can to score the most! ÈõjD    Qü;þ   F¨ †ø   •1)×B   £F.çÔ   »ØJrw   Ò¯MBá   ùϼ
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  1008. minigames_fairycapture.loc
  1009.   zi       <Ah! Here your job is to capture the fairies! Now, you must gather the fairies, to harvest their wings. What for? Oh, I'm sure we'll find a use for them. Get that net moving! Capture those fairies! Wave your net at them! Net those fairies! Swipe your net at a fairy. Use your net! Capture the fairies in your net and pop them in the jar. You'll score more the faster you go. Whoever scores the most wins the challenge... and my wholehearted approval.  Catch the fairies in your net and drop them into the jar. The faster you catch them the more you'll score, so get to it! NÞ„"    ××Õ˜   -š{®ë   ™ rÿQ   ®tuÏÇ   Üê Zd   ï jò  
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  1012.   zi   …   ÑHere you and another budding potioneer can compete to see whose skills are superior. Here you and a friend - or enemy - can compete to see whose potioneering skills are finer. So, whose skills at ingredient gathering are superior? We'll soon find out! So who has the best grasp of potion skills? Let's find out! These challenges will determine which of you is most skilled in potion-making. There's only one way to find out which of you has the superior potions skills. A contest! Right, settle down. Here you can prove who has the greatest potioneering skill! Now, our first potioneer. Take hold of the controller and press the Move button… Where's our first potioneer? Hold the controller then press the Move button…. Who's going to be the first to do this? First potioneer, take hold of the controller then press the Move button… Who will face this challenge first? Take hold of the controller then press the Move button… Who's first? One of you take hold of the controller and press the Move button… Let the first challenger take up the controller! Press the Move button… Whoever's going first, pick up the controller and press the Move button… Who wants to start? Take hold of the controller and press the Move button… Swap to the next student. Don't forget to press the Move button when you've taken the controller… Next potioneer! Take hold of the controller and press the Move button… Time to swap. Next potioneer, pick up the controller and press the Move button… Next challenger! Take the controller… Over to the next potioneer. Your turn with the controller… Time for the other potioneer to take the controller… Time for our next wizard to take the controller. Press the Move button when you're ready… Our next challenger needs to take up the controller... Next challenger: take the controller and press the Move button when you're set… Time for our other challenger to take up the controller. When you've got it, press the Move button… Next potioneer! Take up the controller and press the Move button… Time to hand over the controller. Next challenger, press the Move button when you're in control… Take up the controller, next challenger. Then press the Move button… ...you can be Student 1. …let's call you Student 1. …you'll be Student 1. ...you'll be Student 1. …you're Student 2. …Student 2's next. …we need a second Student. ...Student 2 comes next. Someone needs to press the Move button. We can't move on until someone presses the Move button. Once you have the controller, press the Move button. Don't forget to press the Move button. Have you got the controller? Press the Move button to carry on. Take hold of the controller, then press the Move button. Don't forget to press the Move button once you've got the controller. Got it! Good! That's the way! Excellent! Fine! There we are! That's good. You've got it. Aha! Yes. Now press the Move button again to start. Ready to begin? Press the Move button. To begin the challenge, press the Move button. Press the Move button again to start the challenge. If you're all set, press the Move button again to begin. All ready? Press the Move button to start. When you're ready for the challenge, press the Move button again. Just press the Move button again to start. Let's get this challenge underway. Press the Move button to begin. Hmm. We haven't started. Someone needs to press the Move button. Not afraid of a challenge are you? Press the Move button to start. Press the Move button to begin. You need to press the Move button to start the challenge. We can't start the challenge until you press the Move button. That's it! Time's up. And we're out of time. Time's up. Finished! That's it, finished! All done! Time up! Let's see, how did you do? Now, how did you do? Let's see how well you did… How did you do...? Let's have a look… Let's see now… How well did you do? So, who won? Press the Move button to see. Press the Move button, let's see who won! Who was our winner? Press the Move button! Press the Move button to find out who won. Press the Move button to move on. Press the Move button to see who won! Press the Move button, let's see who won. Want to know who won? Press the Move button. Who won? Someone press the Move button! Who's our winner? Press the Move button! So who won? Press the Move button! Let's have a look at the result. Press the Move button, someone. Come on, press the Move button to reveal the scores. Someone needs to press the Move button. Press the Move button to see who won. Press the Move button so we can see who won, Don't mind me, just passing time until someone presses the Move button. Press the Move button to show who won. Student 1 wins! I am… moderately impressed. Well done Student 1! You may make something of yourself yet. Student 1 triumphs! Have a good gloat now. I am impressed, Student 1. A bit. Anyway you have not completely shamed me. Well done Student 1! You've earned at least ten seconds of bragging. Starting… now. Well done Student 1! Really rub it in Student 2's face now. You've earned it. Clearly Student 2 has been getting some sneaky practice in. Student 2, you should be proud. Rub it in Student 1's face now, just a bit. Student 2 prevails! Student 1, you cannot win my favour like this! Student 2, you may make a half-decent potioneer one day. Student 1, I think you need more practice! Student 2 is victorious! This pleases me. Student 2, you have won! Your prize? A modest amount of my respect. Treasure it. A draw? That won't do! We must have utter triumph! Crushing defeat! Why not try again? A draw! I can't stand draws. Try again! A draw! Come on, let's make it a real contest! A dead heat! How dull. Next time I want to see a real contest! A draw! Why not give it another go? A draw! How boring. At least one of you needs to start cheating. Why not both? Press the Move button to have another go or press circle to leave the challenge. 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  1063.   zi       —Ah ha, the hunt for Streeler shells! Now, we're here for Streeler shells! Careful, the venom of these creatures is incredibly poisonous. One's taking cover… Wait for it… Hold on… Wait for it to move… Wait a moment… There! Now! Get it! There! Get that one! It's moving! Stun it now! Good! Another shell! Well done! Good spellwork! Another for the collection! There you are! Nice! Excellent! Lovely! Superb! Well done! Use your controller to flick Stunning Spells at the Streelers. I prefer blue shells, so those will score you more. Flick Stunning Spells with your controller. Blue shells will score the most, those are the ones I prefer for my potions. Ñ
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  1069.   zi   >   ïWormwood  Defend the Wormwood plants Gnomes \nStunned Pixies \nStunned Wormwood \nsaved Doxycide Spray the Doxies Doxies \nSprayed Daisy Defence Defend the Daisies  Knarls \nStunned Fairies \nStunned Daisies \nsaved Flobberworm  Flobberworms \ncaught Worms \ncaught Catch the Flobberworms Fairy Wings Fairies \nCaught Catch as many Fairies as possible Streelers Red Streelers Yellow Streelers Blue Streelers Stun the Streelers Get Ready 1 2 3 GO Student One, \npick up the motion controller Student Two, \npick up the motion controller Press the Move button to continue Press the Move button to play again or hold the circle button to exit Press the Move Button to play again  Hold the circle button to exit Press the Move button to skip Press the Move button to begin Student One Student Two Final Score Total Winner Tie We have a draw We have a Tie Student One is the winner Student Two is the winner Build combos by scoring points quickly Hit Blue shells for more rewards Bang your trowel on the floor to disturb the Flobberworms Shake to fill your doxycide whenever you get a chance   You lose your combo if you lose a plant Score big by building combos! Put fairies in the jar to increase your combo score, but be quick!  Score points slowly and you'll lose your combo Flobberworms score the most points whilst normal worms are worth less Hit Pixies for additional score Hit Fairies for additional score Stun enemies in quick succession to build up your combo meter Student One points for: Student Two points for: ìA×£    œqJ‹  
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  1080.   zi       šHere you must gather some Flobberworms! Here we are, time to gather some Flobberworms! Tap the base of your trowel on the ground. Tap the ground with your trowel handle! Get that trowel-handle tapping. I see no Flobberworms! Get tapping. You need to get tapping. Too slow! It's back underground! Tap again. You need to scoop quicker. Oops. Scoop more quickly next time. You need to be quick with that scoop. Get that Flobberworm in the bucket. Into the bucket with it. Don't just stand there! Drop it in the bucket. Fling it into the bucket. Pop that Flobberworm in the bucket. Done! There's another! Well done! You're getting there… Lovely! Scoop up the Flobberworm from the ground. Quick. Get that one on the ground. You missed the bucket. Scoop up that worm! There's a Flobberworm on the ground. Get it. Look! It's on the ground. Scoop it up. You've got a trowel. Tap the handle on the ground to attract the Flobberworms, then scoop them up and throw them in the bucket. Go as quick as you can, you'll score more! Tap the handle of your trowel on the ground to attract the Flobberworms, scoop them up, and drop them in the bucket. The faster you go, the more you'll score! # +ß    º ze   ( ÿù   Wö¨7   ‚úñ˜¡   ªd•
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  1083. minigames_wormwood.loc
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  1085.    dHere you must protect the wormwood from this garden's greedy inhabitants! See that wormwood? A vital and valuable ingredient. We must defend it from the creatures of this garden. Good shot! Nice one! Nice! Another! Lovely! That one won't be back! Stunning work! Keep it up! Smartly done! Flick Stunning Spells at the creatures to discourage them from attacking the plants! The faster you Stun the more you'll score… but lose a plant and you'll score less. Use your Stunning Spell on these creatures. Stun as quick as you can, you'll score more! But if they get one of the plants you'll score less. Understand? 2k8ñ    «biK   J
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  1088. sandbox_menutext.loc
  1089.   zi   o    Leech Juice Hirudo medicinalis: the medicinal leech. Brew everything perfectly in chapter 2, page 8. Stewed Horned Slugs Carefully stewed ready for use by potioneers. Find all hidden interactions in the Beautification Potion story. Essence of Hemlock Conium maculatum. Poisonous when not correctly used in a potion. Use caution. Find all hidden interactions in the Felix Felicis story. Daisy Roots Roots of the common daisy, Bellis perennis. Brew everything perfectly in chapter 2, page 6. Flobberworm Mucus Flobberworm Mucus Thick, sticky, liquid produced in great quantities by Flobberworms. Brew everything perfectly in chapter 4, page 6. Powdered Rat Spleen Powdered spleen of the rat. Find all hidden interactions in the Sleeping Potion story. Hairy Caterpillar Hairy specimen of the larva of a moth or butterfly. Find a butterfly while examining the Shrivelfig in chapter 2. Shrivelfig A magical plant. The finest specimens are found in Abyssinia. Brew everything perfectly in chapter 2, page 4. Pungous Onion One of the smelliest of ingredients. Find all hidden interactions in the Shrinking Solution story. Snake Fangs The fangs of a snake carefully harvested. Read the whole Shrinking Solution recipe. Fairy Wings Fairies' insect-like wings are used in many potions. Brew everything perfectly in chapter 3, page 4. Powdered Ginger Used in potions and as a flavouring in food. Rose Petals Petals of the flower of the genus Rosa. Brew everything perfectly in chapter 3, page 6. Unicorn Hair Hair from the mane of this shy, highly magical beast Brew everything perfectly in chapter 3, page 8. Morning Dew Newly collected. Ideally used what fresh. Read the whole Beautification Potion recipe. Shrake Spines The Shrake is a fish believed to have been created by wizards in the 1800s. Find a Glumbumble while examining Wormwood in chapter 4. Porcupine Quills Sharp spines from a large rodent. Brew everything perfectly in chapter 4, page 4. Sopophorous Bean The juice of this bean will erase the drinker's memories if drunk neat. Brew everything perfectly in chapter 4, page 8. Lady's Mantle Alchemilla mollis, a common garden herb. Read the whole Sleeping Potion recipe. Billywig Wings These tiny, blue insects are found in Australia. Brew everything perfectly in chapter 5, page 4. Alihotsy Leaves Can induce hysteria if eaten. Find a tick while examining the Knarl in chapter 5. Knarl Quills Spines of the Knarl, a magical beast almost indistinguishable from a hedgehog. Brew everything perfectly in chapter 5, page 6. Puffskein Hair Hair from the peaceful, bogey-loving Puffskein. Brew everything perfectly in chapter 5, page 8. Valerian Sprigs A hardy flowering plant common in Europe. Find all hidden interactions in the Laughing Potion story. Sweet Cicely Myrrhis odorata, a common or garden plant. Find a ladybird while examining the Rose in chapter 3. Asphodel A brightly-coloured flowering plant. Read the whole Laughing Potion recipe. Bundimun Acid Secretion of the foul Bundimun. Brew everything perfectly in chapter 6, page 4. Horseradish Powder A mustard-like plant often used as a flavouring. Find a beetle while examining the Streeler in chapter 6. Streeler Shells Shell of the venomous Streeler. Brew everything perfectly in chapter 6, page 6. Dragon Liver A powerful magical ingredient, rare and precious. Brew everything perfectly in chapter 6, page 8. Murtlap Growth The anemone-like growth from the back of a Murtlap Find all hidden interactions in the Doxycide story. Tincture of Tormentil Potentilla erecta, also known as Septfoil. Read the whole Doxycide recipe. Ashwinder Egg Extremely hazardous and laid in secluded places by the Ashwinder. Brew everything perfectly in chapter 7, page 4. Tincture of Thyme Herb of the genus Thymus. Find a worm while examining the squill in chapter 7. Squill Bulb Herb found commonly in Europe and Asia. Brew everything perfectly in chapter 7, page 6. Occamy Eggshell Soft silver eggshells of the Occamy. Brew everything perfectly in chapter 7, page 8. Solomon's Seal A common herb found throughout the Northern Hemisphere. Read the whole Felix Felicis recipe. Őa:    …ZÝ3    
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  1140. setup.loc
  1141.   zi      
  1142. yWelcome to Wonderbookâ„¢ - a special book that brings stories to life in your room, with a magical range of new experiences the whole family can enjoy. Each Wonderbookâ„¢ experience requires 3 things: a Wonderbookâ„¢, a PlayStation®Eye camera and a PlayStation®Move motion controller.  Let’s take a closer look at the PlayStation®Move motion controller. You might be familiar with the action buttons on the top. Below these is the PS button, and the big button in the middle is called the Move button. On the underside is the T button and on either side we have START and SELECT. You can recalibrate at any time by pressing the SELECT button and following the on screen instructions. Before you can get started, I'm going to help you set everything up. Press the Move button on your motion controller to continue. Press the Move button and I’ll show you what to do.
  1143.  For the best possible Wonderbookâ„¢ experience we want to see your face and your Wonderbookâ„¢ clearly on your TV. All you need to do is make sure your PlayStation®Eye camera is pointing down towards you and your Wonderbookâ„¢. To make sure you can be seen clearly in your room, set your PlayStation®Eye camera to wide-angle view. To do this, twist the camera lens round to the blue lens angle indicator.  Now, you need to tilt your PlayStation®Eye camera so it’s looking down towards the floor, and not straight ahead. To do this, hold the camera base in one hand and push the camera lens down with your other hand.
  1144.  Next, place your PlayStation®Eye camera below or above the centre of your TV. For the best results, when you sit on the floor, your camera should be at about head height.
  1145.  Try to make your room as bright and evenly lit as possible, so that you and your Wonderbookâ„¢ appear clearly. For best results, turn on all the lights in the room. Now, sit on the floor, a little way back from your PlayStation®Eye camera so you can see your face on your TV. Pick up your motion controller and point it towards the camera lens, keeping it clearly visible on screen. Hold your motion controller really steady then press the Move button. Before continuing I'd recommend brightening up your room. This should help you to get the best possible Wonderbookâ„¢ experience. Press the Move button again and I'll show you what to do.
  1146.  Finally, place your Wonderbookâ„¢ on the floor in front of you. Make sure it’s closed with the front cover facing upwards. If you can’t see yourself and your Wonderbookâ„¢ on screen, try moving back a little. Press the Move button when you’ve finished.
  1147.  I can’t see your Wonderbookâ„¢. Place it on the floor in front of you, and make sure your PlayStation®Eye camera is pointed down towards it. Then press the Move button. You’re all set up and ready to go. So, leave everything as it is, and press the Move button to start your Wonderbookâ„¢ experience. Now, flip your Wonderbookâ„¢ over so the front cover is facing upwards and press the Move button to continue.
  1148.  Next, close your Wonderbookâ„¢ so the front cover is facing upwards and press the Move button to continue.
  1149.  Now, keeping the back cover on the floor, turn your Wonderbookâ„¢ around and press the Move button to continue. I've just done a quick check and I’d recommend going through the setup process again so we can reposition a few things. This should help you to get the best possible Wonderbookâ„¢ experience. Press the Move button again and I'll show you what to do. That's everything set up, but I've just done a quick check and I'd recommend brightening up your room. This should help you to get the best possible Wonderbookâ„¢ experience. Press the Move button again and I'll show you what to do.
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  1159. setup_noaudio.loc
  1160.   zi       ÛPress [MOVE] to continue Press [MOVE] to begin full set-up or [X] to skip forwards Press the [PS] button Twist your PlayStation®Eye camera lens round to the blue lens angle indicator Tilt your PlayStation®Eye camera all the way down Place your PlayStation®Eye camera at about head height when sitting on the floor Make your room as bright as possible Point your PlayStation®Move motion controller at the PlayStation®Eye camera lens, then press [MOVE] Press [MOVE] to set your lighting up again or press [X] to skip forwards
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  1164. shrinkingsolution_daisyroots_gather.loc
  1165.   zi   .   -A dazzling performance! Clearly I've been a good influence. I think you've done it! Now, the daisies are all ours. Now, let's see. The roots must be at their freshest, so we must pick them from the garden. Stupefy! Keep Stunning them, now! A hit! You will often find that you have to defend daisies from local wildlife before gathering them.  You will often find that you have to defend daisies from local wildlife before gathering them.  There! I have a feeling we'll need to defend the daisies! Better cast a stunning spell. Hold the Move button down while you trace that straight line onscreen. Hold the Move button, trace the line, and then let go of the button. Well cast! Keep it up! Hold down the Move button and draw a line just like the one onscreen. Ah, look! A Knarl! These little things will gobble up any daisies, so we'd better send it packing. Keep going! Just like that! Use your Stunning Spell! To cast it, don't press any buttons, just flick your wand sharply towards the Knarl. Try now. Well done! Flick your wand sharply at the creature! It's all in the wrist. Flick your wand towards the Knarl. And again! Good! That's the way! Don't worry, it won't do any permanent harm. Keep at it! No, try again. The beast's tough! You're getting somewhere! That wasn't it, once more. Keep trying! Good! Now, we're ready to use the Stunning Spell to defend the daisies. Keep casting! You cancelled the spell! You'll need to cast Stupefy again. Hold the Move button and trace the shape. Look, those creatures look hungry! Keep going! Knarls! These grumpy creatures will demolish the daisies! Quick, flick your wand sharply at them to use the Stunning Spell! And again! A little more! Fairies! These… pesky little things love daisies. Stun them out of the air! There go the last of the daisies! We must try again! Once more, we can do it! Flick your wand sharply towards our interlopers. Defend the daisies! Really flick your wand towards the creature to use your spell! Give your wand a sharp flick towards it! Look out!  Our precious daisies! Our ingredients! You're nearly there! …~A     Æ®,ñ   <»‹S^   s i¨•   ÎЀ²    ðŸ‘    ÷¨µ Q   XI‰ã²   ¹>Jr'   À>ŽÓ$    êF‡   ¨ Ù¬U   ´®ñç<   ú×ív    ]Nä'«   i/ I3   y9ã =   ðgc¯´   ûþjþ
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  1169. shrinkingsolution_daisyroots_prepare.loc
  1170.   zi   9    ¨Stop! That smells ready.  And another! We're on our way to a fine Shrinking Solution! Now, quickly we need two more ingredients. Finely chop them. That will do, put it down. Bottled hairy caterpillar, then a spot of wormwood. Place your daisy roots on a cutting board and give them a thorough chopping. That's it! Place your daisy roots on a cutting board and give them a thorough chopping. Good.  There! Keep at it. There are our roots, in that jar. Move one over to the board. You need to pick up a daisy root ready to be chopped. Point and hold the Move button. Just release it over the cutting board. Good, now move over some more roots before you chop. You need another daisy root, get one out of the pot. We need more roots, pick up another daisy. Another daisy root needed, move one onto the board. Come on; swap your wand for the knife. Just hold your wand on top of the knife there, by the book. Remember to swap back to the knife. Swap back to the knife now. Good. Now, start chopping! Get chopping; we're wasting valuable time! That's it! They must be finely chopped for the Shrinking Solution so keep chopping. When you've finished move on to another root. You must cut up the root now. Dice the root! Go on, chop! Chop away! That's one batch chopped! Pick up the bits with your wand and put them in the cauldron. That's that lot chopped! Move the bits into the cauldron with your wand. Swap to your wand to pick those bits up. You need your wand! Put your controller on top of it. You can put some of those chopped bits in the cauldron! Point at the chopped bits with your wand and pick them up with the Move button. That's enough! Don't add any more! That's the way. Add the next few bits! Fine work. Add some more bits! That's no good! It wasn't chopped. That won't help our potion! Careful, that one wasn't chopped! It won't do the potion any good. Well, pick up the bottled hairy caterpillar then! Forgotten yourself? Point your wand at the bottle. Then hold the Move button. There now. Add a good amount to the cauldron. Wormwood next. Just a little. Come on, pick up the wormwood. Now it looks as though that wormwood needs a good shake to get it loose. Shake the bottle for me. Shake the bottle! You won't get far like that! Shake harder than that, get it going! Harder! You really need to rattle it! Good, set those young muscles to it. Pour it in now. Not yet! You must shake the bottle before you pour it. Wait! Shake it, then pour. That's the way! >X+–    >  §    ˆ™ýá   '§
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  1178. shrinkingsolution_final_championship.loc
  1179.   zi   m   VWe've enough bait! Be very careful! The river troll is strong, violent and stupid.  Now hold the circle button to go back to the map. Troll skin is thicker than that of a rhinoceros and repels most incantations and spells.  Fortunately, we are potion-makers…  That's it! Further into the garden! I can almost smell that Golden Cauldron! Onwards, to the next chapter! Let's see how the Championship looks this year… Fairly hazardous…. Quite deadly, yes… standards haven't slipped, I'm pleased to see. It's just as perilous a potioneering prize as ever! Let's meet our first challenge. Point at the map with your wand. Then press the Move button. We can't dawdle, we're already behind! Select the picture on the map! If we can find him some food, we could dose it with the Shrinking Solution! Right. We need to find the troll some fish… But to catch fish we need bait. Try that forest over there. Point, and press the Move button. We must forage for troll food! Point your wand at the forest on the map and press the Move button. Let's see if there's any worms about that we can use for fishing.  There! Juicy worms! Quick, scoop them up with the trowel. Now, scoop some up! Now, scoop some up! Quick, scoop some up. Quick, scoop some up. Quickly, scoop up some worms; just use the trowel like a spoon. Good! Now drop it into the bucket. Good work! Lovely, juicy ones. Nothing like fresh worms. That's the way. Drop them in the bucket now. Into the bucket with them. Drop them in, then! Get them in the bucket. Right, time to fish! There! Let's try that stream for catching fish! Point at the stream and press the Move button. Point at the stream and press the Move button. With this bait we should be able to catch fish! Tilt up your book to slide the bait into the water. Just slide the bait into the water. Tilt your book up. Tilt your book away from you to slide your worms into the water. They've finished the bait! Add in some more worms. They've eaten all the bait! Add more in. We need to add in more bait. That's it! The fish are biting! Now dip your net in and catch some! Dip your net there into the water to scoop the fish out. Take your net out of the water, it's scaring the fish. The fish won't come closer till you take your net out of the water. It seems the troll has taken a fancy to the red ones- let’s try to catch some of those. They've finished all the bait! We'll have to get some more. Hold the circle button to return to the map. There's one! Got one! Let's see now… Keep at it! Keep going! A few more. That's a big one! Got one! Let's see… Good! Now let's see how the troll likes these! Good! The troll should like this! Hmm. Let's see if we can feed these to the troll. Time to feed the troll! A rare specimen! Let's see if the troll enjoys it. Nearly troll-feeding time! I think that's enough! Now let's return to the bridge, to give the troll his little snack. Let's see how he likes our fish… with a dash of Shrinking Solution! Pick up the bottle to douse the fish. Right, let's try dousing this fish with potion. Pick up the bottle. Pour some potion on this fish. Time to pour the potion on the fish! Point at the bottle and hold the Move button. And pour it onto the fish! Pour the potion onto the fish! Missed! Pour it right onto the fish! That's it! It actually smells worse, if that's possible.  Now, we need to feed the troll our poisoned -er, I mean, POTIONED fish! First we need to get his attention. Try shouting at the troll. "You there! Troll!" Anything you like. You try. Shout anything you like, he won't understand anyway. Just get his attention. Three, two, one, shout! I can't hear you! Shout something at the troll! Three, two, one, shout! Here he comes… A particularly stupid specimen, this. That's done it! Here he comes… Good… Oh! The smell is overpowering! I can't hear you! Well, something's got his attention. He's got confused. Try using your Stunning Spell, that will really get his attention. Just like before, hold the Move button and trace the line. Just hold the Move button, quickly draw and let go. That's it! Now flick your wand sharply towards the troll. Now use your spell! Flick the spell at him! Get his attention! Flick your wand! Flick your wand to send the spell towards the troll! Flick again! Flick your wand, as before Missed! Try again! Got him! Hit him a few times, trolls are very tough. Good shot! Keep at it! Fine spellwork! Pick up your book; quick now, pick it up! You have to tilt it towards the troll to give him the fish! Now use your wand, pick up the fish and fling it towards him! Too late! He's lost interest. You have to pick up the book and really flick it towards him. Try shouting to get him over here again. Too slow! He's lost interest. You shall have to get his attention again. Shout at him! Right, grab your book and tilt it up to slide the fish towards him. See what I mean? Now, grab the fish with your wand and fling it! Point at the fish and press the Move button! Now pick up your book to flip the fish towards him. Too late! Try once more. Shout again. Not quick enough. Next time. Try shouting again. Right, flick your spell towards the creature again! Not quick enough. Next time. Try shouting again. My word! A powerful brew! Well he certainly won't stop us passing by now. Careful, he’s small but he may still have his teeth! It looks as though the Mahoutokoro champion has disturbed the resident river troll! He doesn't like that one bit! We can't feed him the potion with a fish he won't eat. You must return to the river to catch a different fish. My word! He's not a fan of that. 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  1211. shrinkingsolution_final_taste.loc
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  1213.    tMy favourite part. We must bottle a sample of your Shrinking Solution, ready to use on an unsuspecting- er, volunteer. There! A fine Shrinking Solution! It seems you're not entirely useless. Ah, here’s our toad, back again. Remember, toads absorb liquid through the skin, so you can just pour it on him. Pick up the bottle, as before.  Pick up that flask there. Use your wand to pick up the bottle. Good… Good, now douse our amphibian acquaintance. Now dip it in the cauldron to fill it. There! A good sample. Take it out, that's enough. Now put that down. There. Our little tadpole shows that your potion is potent enough.
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  1216. shrinkingsolution_introduction_garden.loc
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  1218.    ÎNow, please don’t panic – don’t be alarmed! I’ve waited for this chance for hundreds of years – for the right reader to open these pages, at just the right moment – the boot was a Portkey! …and so, thank you all for joining us here in this most challenging and enchanted of gardens… …this arena for those most skilled in the greatest and yet least understood of all magical disciplines… …welcome to the Wizarding Schools Potions Championship! Our three champions are setting off; there they go! Blast! We're late! The champion from Mahoutokoro school of magic in Japan is heading to the bridge, looking to take an early lead, but she'll have to beware of the river troll. Now if you all– oh, what’s this? A late entrant from Hogwarts?! This is most unorthodox. Quietus. If it were up to me I wouldn’t let you compete. However, the rules do state that once entered a champion is bound by a magical contract. They must compete. Well hurry up! You’re already behind… …and good luck! We're in! This is my chance to win – I mean, to help you win! The moment you opened this book, I sensed it – the talent shines out of you – together we can do it, together we can win the contest for Hogwarts! ÌÚÅ
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  1220. shrinkingsolution_introduction_portkey.loc
  1221.   zi       SAh! An amphibian. Keep an eye out for him. Small animals are always useful to the potioneer. Off he goes. Yes a boot, young potioneer, a boot! Do not reason why, but do as I ask and touch it with your wand. All my infinite knowledge shall be at your disposal if you grant this boot, er, boon... touch the boot! Perhaps I have misjudged you. Perhaps greatness in the subtlest of the magical arts does not interest you? You clearly aren’t very curious about the contents of my book.  That's it….  Don't forget your cauldron! If you tied a piece of string to him he'd make an excellent mascot. R
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  1224. shrinkingsolution_leeches_gather.loc
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  1226. shrinkingsolution_leeches_prepare.loc
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  1228. –We're close now! Next, stir slowly and with caution, before adding the rat spleen. There. A good juicing brings out the leech's powerful properties. Not to mention its flavour. Now the final two ingredients. Powdered rat spleen and cowbane. A good juicing brings out the leech's powerful properties. Not to mention its flavour. Pick one up with your wand and drop it into the bowl ready to be juiced. Point your wand at a leech. Hold the Move button, then drop it into the bowl. Add some more leeches! Pick up some more leeches and put them in, you'll get more juice! Why not add a couple more leeches first? Missed! Try again. Good, now put a few more in, you can juice them all at once. Move a few more over. Add a few more. Stick another couple in. That'll do! Swap to the pestle and juice the leeches you've got in there. It's the grey stone hammer. Right, pick up the pestle and let's get juicing! Swap your wand for the pestle! You need to swap your wand for the grey stone pestle by the side of the book. Swap back to your wand and move some more leeches to be squished. Get your wand and move some more leeches over. Grab your wand for me; we need to move over more leeches. Have at it then! Squash them! And don't be shy, you can really tap your controller down onto the book! Go to it! Let's get to it. Squish your leeches. More! You must get a lot of juice out. You need to juice them a bit more. Still a bit chunky, give them another bash. Ah yes, a good thorough juicing! I'd suggest you keep your mouth closed. Keep it up! Nearly there! They are quite juiced. Fine work. Now, retrieve your wand and pick up the bowl with it. Those are done! Pick up your wand to lift the bowl over to the cauldron. Well juiced, now get your wand. You have the juice. Find your wand and pick up the bowl ready to pour it into the cauldron. Get your wand and move some more leeches over. Grab your wand for me; we need to move more leeches over. You'll need your wand to pick up the bowl. Hold your controller on top of the wand by the book. You must pick up the bowl to add in a dash of the juice. Point and hold the Move button. And pour. Now pour. Pour it in! Pour it out, then! Good, now juice some more and pour it in. That's the way! Put the bowl down and go back to bashing. Put down the bowl and swap back to the pestle to bash some more. Just a bit more juice required. Swap back to the pestle to juice some more. Stop! That's enough! Put down the bowl. Keep going. Do not waste the juice! What a waste! Careful! Too much! Stop tilting the bowl! Not yet! You haven't juiced the leeches yet! Put it down and pick up the pestle again. Your leeches are not yet juiced! This will spoil the potion! Now it must be slowly stirred. Carefully, we're nearly there… Swap your wand for the spoon. Slowly whisk the mixture. There, that's right. Smells delightful, don't you think? Now heating it, steady now… Pump the bellows with your wand, as before! A gentle heat is needed! Point at the bellows, hold the Move button and move it up and down. Good, keep it hot! You have the way of it! Well warmed! Rat spleen first. Pick it up. We must add rat spleen! Pick up the bottle. Ah, the rat spleen is sticking. Shake it to release the powder! Shake the bottle, the powder is stubbornly sticking! Now tilt it up, into the cauldron with it. Pour it out! That's the way. Too much! Last one. Cowbane. Pick it up- Pick up the cowbane. Now pour… Into the cauldron with it! You've done it! ¥ Øc    °-È    S»ÝÊ÷   Z 8@"   ±²Ú‚Œ   ñà@)   HhûÖn   ‘0"²   ß©™s    öÞžCž   8Ò Ýî   ak-ê’   tNå³Í   ±×ìâw   Ç>GB   ×÷€Á›   ð¿ö'    V&ÿv¦   ‡QøF0   ¦—ªˆ   ô
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  1257. shrinkingsolution_shrivelfig_prepare.loc
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  1259.  Stop there. That's two figs' worth of juice, perfect. Pick up another Shrivelfig from the bowl using your wand. We need them juiced for the Shrinking Solution, so use your wand to move some Shrivelfigs over to the juicing board. Then we’ll smash them with the mallet! You need another Shrivelfig, hurry up! We need a good few bowls of juice! Bash the Shrivelfigs more! Swap to the spoon there. Then dip it in and slowly stir. You should just be able to handle that. Good, now use your wand to pick up our flask full of juice, there at the front of the book. We need two Shrivelfigs' worth for the Shrinking Solution. Now dip in your spoon and get stirring! The figs must be juiced as soon as possible. Some recipes require they be peeled, but for my personal recipe a right thorough juicing usually suffices. That's it, nice and slow. Good. Now move the rest of them over and we can juice them all at once! You've over-stirred! That may make the potion a bit... funny. The figs must be juiced as soon as possible. Some recipes require they be peeled, but for my personal recipe a right thorough juicing usually suffices. That's the way! Now, the potion must be simmered. Carefully, this recipe requires only gentle heating. Come along, use your wand. Pick up a Shrivelfig and move it over to the board to be juiced. Use your wand to move a Shrivelfig out of the pot onto the juicing board. Point at a Shrivelfig and hold the Move button to pick it up. Now just drop it on the board. Release the Move button to drop it. You missed the board. Really, I despair. Pick it up and try again. Right, swap back to your wand by holding the controller on top of it. Good, and another. Move another over. And another. Time to bash the figs! Swap to the mallet. Come on, pick up the mallet. Now some recipes call for peeled Shrivelfigs, but if you ask me they need a good bash! Smash them with the mallet! Ah, you prefer the hands-on approach, I see. Very good. That's the way. Spot on. Eaugh! That's it! Keep going! Good! That's the way! Smash! It's no good over there; squash them on the board to collect the juice! Try moving a fresh Shrivelfig to the board and bashing it! Extract some more juice first! Lift your book by one edge, tilt it towards the screen. Lovely juice, the first ingredient of our Shrinking Solution! Pick up your wand again for me. There! Pick it up with your wand and pour the juice in the cauldron. Careful now. Now pour it into the cauldron... Don't waste it! Tilt it more carefully! Juice everywhere! You must get it into the cauldron! Stop! That's too much! Next, we stir - unorthodox, but that is the true genius of my Shrinking Solution recipe. Heat is needed! Point at the bellows, hold the Move button and move it up and down. That's it! Now another! Nearly there, keep it steady… Excellent. Perhaps you've some skill after all. To heat, point your wand at the bellows. Hold the Move button to grab it and move your controller down to pump. Every pump will make the mixture hotter, but keep an eye on the temperature! You must keep it just right. ÑÍòÆ    E ?«   6QÝ G   pÜ n    
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  1273. sleepingpotion_final_championship.loc
  1274.   zi   €   aThere! That's it! Well done! Let's see… snakes are highly sensitive to vibration. Perhaps knocking down that abandoned tower will get its attention. Flick the spell towards the carved dragons supporting the tower. Now, let's see what effect it has on the snake. A giant serpent seems to be surrounding the hill! Such monstrous creatures are often highly dangerous, and this one in particular appears to have the thick, spell-repellent hide of a dragon, and the venomous fangs of a Basilisk! Our Sleeping Potion will have the power to render it helpless. Will the scent be enough to attract the snake? Let's see. You missed. Keep an eye on the snake. Let's hope our ingredient's odour attracts it. Ah ha! Someone's left a hay cart behind. That gives me a notion. Look! It's working! Try again but aim more carefully. Serpents are often attracted to warmth. If we could start a big enough fire, we could distract the creature long enough to sneak past. Oof! Wide of the mark. Probably not what the judges had in mind, but there's nothing in the rules against it. We must make up ground! We must start by getting that hay into the cart. Use that pitchfork to pick up the hay and throw it in. Not quite. We might as well use it since it's lying there. We're aiming for those dragon carvings, remember? A hit! That's weakened it. I don't know if you happened to notice that gigantic snake over there? Rapidity is required. Stab your pitchfork into the hay. Good. Another strike should destroy it. Plunge your pitchfork into the hay. Another hit should bring that one down. There you go! Now fling the hay into the cart.  More hay! Good. And again… That's done some damage. Now fling it into the cart! Excellent! Try to hit that one again. Excellent. Keep that hay coming. Now throw it in the cart! There it goes! At least if you fail at potion-making there's always a place for you as a farmhand. Destroyed! You obliterated it! Now to get that hay into the cart. Just flick your pitchfork in the right direction. Demolished quite utterly. Flick your pitchfork to send the hay into the cart. That's it! Flick your pitchfork towards the cart to throw the hay in. Missed! Well cast! Aim for the cart, if you please. You are trying to hit the cart, aren't you? Get it into the cart! Yes. That's what we need. Just the stuff. You may have missed your true calling. As a farmhand. A mighty heave. Good throw. Well done! We still need more hay. Keep it up! There's room for more hay. Keep it coming. That was the last straw! #chuckle, sigh#To distract our snake, you must set that hay aflame. Potions will only get us so far: you need a spell, I feel. Swap to your wand. The Fire-Making Spell ought to do it. You'll need to swap to your wand before you can cast something. You can't cast anything until you swap to your wand. Good, now to cast Incendio. As always, hold the Move button and trace the line on the screen. You're not going to get very far if you cancel the spell. Try again. Did you remember to hold down the Move button while you trace? You'd best cast that spell. Don't forget to hold down the Move button. That's not right. Best try again. Try that again. It didn't look right. There: Incendio!  #cackle#One should never play with fire, but this time it is a necessity. Go on; flick the spell towards the cart. Missed. Now come on, there's a whole cart for you to hit. Missed it! There. A fair-sized blaze. But to attract a snake of such extraordinary size, we'll need something more… spectacular. You see that deserted woodland? Oh, yes. Simply give the cart a little nudge down the hill, and soon we shall have a most satisfactory blaze. You won't do any permanent harm. This is an enchanted garden, after all. Just push your hand or wand towards the cart. Don't worry, the giant serpent has probably scared off any other wildlife. Just push your hand or the wand towards the cart. Get along and push that cart. Use your hands or the wand. There it goes!  #chuckle#Perfect! If that doesn't distract the snake I don't know what will. My! I had no idea we were so close! The beast is truly vast. A change of tactics is called for. Besides, it'll be fun. Use a spell to destroy those stone dragons supporting the tower. The Reductor Curse should suffice. I assume you've paid attention in your Defence Against the Dark Arts classes? Trace the line on the screen. We need to hurry if we're to win this tournament. Cast the spell. A good potioneer always heeds their elders and betters. And I am both. Cast the spell, if you please. That doesn't look right. No, that's not it. Try again. Aha! Reducto. Just the spell we need to knock down those stone dragons. Hear that? The tower can't last much longer. It seems we're having an effect. Excellent. The tower's weakening. The tower will tumble any moment! Keep casting! Don't stop now, the tower's still supported. Keep trying to knock those dragons down. Don't stop until the last bit of carved dragon is gone. This is no time to stop. Keep those curses coming! Utterly destroyed! Even that gigantic snake can't ignore that. It's close but still not close enough to try out the Sleeping Potion. Let’s see… snakes are highly sensitive to smell: they taste the air with their tongues. If we could produce a strong enough scent, it might intrigue the creature. But why should I do all the thinking? A simple test for you, young potioneer. A Flobberworm, a Pungous Onion and a Shrivelfig. Use your wand to pick up the one with the strongest smell. But why should I do all the thinking? A simple test for you, young potioneer. A Squill Bulb, a Pungous Onion and a Shrivelfig. Use your wand to pick up the one with the strongest smell. Come, this is hardly taxing. Make your choice. Use your wand to make your choice. Now which is the most strongly-scented do you think? Now put it on the book. Put your choice on the book.  Drop it on the book to choose that one. I see. An interesting choice. Perhaps there is hope for you, after all. So, we return to this. Which of these two ingredients has the strongest odour? Really?! You think so!? Very well. A confident selection or a stab in the dark? We shall see. Only one left. Even you should be able to figure this one out.  Finally you select the Pungous Onion! Not that you had any choice. There! Now if you're right, the snake should be attracted to the smell when we juice the ingredient; and how better to do that than by hitting it with a mallet? Hmm. Let's see how this one does. We need to release its smell just as before. Very well. We finally have the correct ingredient in place. You know what comes next. Oh my! That's certainly the right ingredient. No! Not smelly enough. You must try again. Bah! It hasn't noticed anything. Time to choose another ingredient. There! The Pungous Onion is one of the most strongly-scented objects. That's sure to get its attention. Prepare yourself! This will be a crucial moment! #HOARSE WHISPER#My but that's a big beast. It could swallow us without a thought. Take great care, young potioneer. #HOARSE WHISPER#Quick. Pour the Sleeping Potion on its tongue before that gargantuan mouth engulfs us. I sincerely hope you prepared it correctly. #HOARSE WHISPER#You must administer the potion before the snake sees us. #HOARSE WHISPER#Pour the potion on its tongue. Or do you want us to get eaten? #HOARSE WHISPER#Unless your life's ambition is to be snake food, you must pour the Sleeping Potion on its tongue. #Phew#I told you my Sleeping Potion was unmatched! Oh, and they all doubted me! But not you. You braved that beast's jaws with nothing but our potion, didn't you? #ahem#With the mighty beast defeated, our path up the hill is clear. Come, young potioneer; the cauldron is nearly mine - er yours! Onward and upward! a®<     ⤵˜     $
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  1304. sleepingpotion_final_taste.loc
  1305.   zi       ZThere we go! Let's see what happens now. He's slumbering! Your potion has been a success! $" ‘     =Ø   )
  1306. sleepingpotion_flobberwormmucus_gather.loc
  1307.   zi   4    ×Now our Flobberworms are safely gathered, we proceed to the sticky task of extracting their mucus. We'll juice them with the mallet. Ready? There! That should get their attention. Swap to your wand at the side of the book. Flobberworms are hardly difficult to catch. You must be sure not to overfeed them once you have caught them. Swap to your wand and we can move on. Now you'll need to swap to your wand. That should get the notice of any nearby Flobberworms! There! A Flobberworm! Scoop it up with your trowel. None there, try tapping somewhere else Good, now watch… Tap all around, they're here somewhere! There, now trowel at the ready… Good, there's one. Another worm! Get scooping. Come along - scoop the creature up! There, get ready… Another one! There's one. Aha! I see you! There! Scoop that one up. There's another one! Got it! Now throw it in the bucket! Good. Now into the bucket with it. A Flobberworm for our bucket. Throw it in. Good scooping. Now pop our slimy friend in the bucket. Missed it! You'll need to try again. Missed it! Try to tempt another out. It got away. It got away! Still there are more where that came from.  Oh you've dug up a collectible! Good, our first Flobberworm, all ready to have its mucus extracted. That's another! And another Flobberworm! There it goes. Straight into the bucket. Well done. Ha! Got you. That will do very nicely! These few Flobberworms won't produce enough mucus for our Sleeping Potion. You must collect more. We need more of those Flobberworms. Right, that's enough Flobberworms for our Sleeping Potion! Now our Flobberworms are safely gathered, we proceed to the rather sticky task of extracting their mucus. Stroke them with your hand or just prod them with your wand. Ready? Tap the ground with the handle of your trowel to tempt them out into the open, then scoop them up and collect them in the bucket. Use the other end! You need to tap the ground with the handle. Tap the ground with the other end, turn it around! Let's get those Flobberworms' attention. Tap the ground with the handle of your trowel. The Flobberworms don't seem to be coming out. Tap the floor with your trowel to get their attention. Tempt more Flobberworms by tapping the ground with your trowel handle. Let's get those Flobberworms moving. Start tapping the ground again. Tap the ground with your trowel handle again. The Flobberworms are hiding… Tempt them out with a tap! Let's get those Flobberworms' attention again. Go back to tapping with your trowel handle. ­µ#Z    Ê ý   Œm2°   ´‹T W   ßô;á;   L¼M¼   r#ÎÃx   ˜Þ–£Z   Ïi³Å•    ºÇ’   *ðº”/   =ÍÀ¢T   eS¤7÷   ‡k§P6   šò® Œ   ¶$£a   Ú…©1    î ͤ¹   ûlÊ”/    õÃÅ•    ‚Äõ    2¯­à×   G6¤±m   kA£û   ŽßÇ X   ¹‰ pÉ   ð
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  1314. sleepingpotion_flobberwormmucus_prepare.loc
  1315.   zi       ›Now we must try out the potion, to ensure we're on the right track. In the past, Flobberworm mucus was extracted with that sensitive instrument, the mallet. In these more enlightened times, however, the preferred method is to stroke the creature using the hand. Flobberworms are so tough and docile that you can extract their mucus without doing them any harm. Put the Flobberworm on the board so we can extract its mucus. It's a sticky job but someone has to do it. That someone is you. Put the Flobberworm on the board. Don't worry - we aren't going to hurt it in the least.  Right then, stroke it with your hand. Or you can give it a prod with your wand. Don't worry, it probably won't even notice. Ah, you prefer to use your hands. The sticky option. We need more mucus! Try prodding it with your wand! Give it a stroke with your hand. Give the thing a stroke with your hand, or try just prodding it with your wand. See? Plenty of mucus. Keep going! That's all the Flobberworm mucus so far. We'll need to get back to the juicing board. There! That's enough mucus. Well done. Now time to give our Sleeping Potion a vigorous stir. Just so. Very well stirred.  Now the Sleeping Potion requires a low heat. Just a light pump of the bellows is needed; the Sleeping Potion only needs a little heat. Very good. Our Sleeping Potion is progressing very well. Next, it must be stirred. Well done! The Sleeping Potion is really coming along. âô *    Ôe~   D# +æ    Ml/7   i,¸]"   è Ìô„   B
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  1319. sleepingpotion_introduction_map.loc
  1320.   zi       5Our champion from Koldovstoretz school in Russia has been waylaid by the Red Caps. This brings Hogwarts into third place, but Koldovstoretz will soon be catching up! Now, ladies and gentlemen, our remaining champions are approaching one of the largest and most formidable obstacles in the garden, one that they all must overcome, no matter which angle they approach from. Quietus. So you're in third place, Hogwarts. Is that Zygmunt Budge's 'Book of Potions' you’re using?! Well, he was a brilliant potioneer, but not all of his methods were considered exactly wise, or sane  for that matter. I hope that you won’t follow his instructions too carefully…  What on earth will we face next?! Some giant and terrifying beast, no doubt. We’ll need a potion with the power to render it helpless… A Sleeping Potion! ‰d^     ”5ä   ¦g“ r   tù÷Ñ   —
  1321. sleepingpotion_sopophorusbean_gather.loc
  1322.   zi   "    
  1323. I prefer to use perfectly ripe beans in my potions, so you must only pluck the ripe ones. Under-ripe pods will simply snap; the overripe ones can be a little… messy. Look for a ripe one, then use the tongs to pluck it! Remember, pluck when you see a ripe one. Keep your eyes open! There's a bit of a breeze - wait a moment, it will be easier to pluck when it's died down. That won't do. That wasn't ripe. No, no. A bit underripe that one. No, you need to look for a more mature bean. Eurgh! That pod's much too ripe. Careful! That pod was over the hill. That's one of the overripe ones. That was definitely too ripe! There, that one's just right. Drop it into the bowl. A beautifully ripe one. Into the bowl with it. A perfectly ripe one. Pop it into the bowl. Well plucked. Now get that bean into the bowl.  Pop that bean into the bowl. I can see your Herbology lessons weren't wasted. Keep them coming! Another one for the bowl. Lovely. Well done. Keep it up. That's another bean gathered. You missed the bowl. Best try again. Oh dear. Better try again. Have another go at that. Missed. Ah well. Try again. We'll need more beans for the Sleeping Potion. You'd better pick some more of those bean, we're still a bit short.  We haven't got enough beans yet. Gather a few more. We have room for more beans yet. You should gather some more. Best pluck more beans. We're rather short at the moment. Now to get on with the Sleeping Potion. The Sopophorous Beans need chopping. Good, that'll do. We need to see it better, so I'll use a spell. Engorgio! 5l/    ;L9–   ¨s:ß    Ýê3Ž«    Çý”T    ïÜ|&   vvÕ-œ   — Ò
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  1329. sleepingpotion_sopophorusbean_learn.loc
  1330.   zi   &    çThis bean has a powerful soporific effect- it makes you fall asleep. It is a key ingredient in my potent Sleeping Potion. #roots#The Sopophorous plant sprouts in gloomy marshlands, especially if fertilized by Mooncalf dung. #bean#A rare pearly-white bean that resembles overgrown mistletoe berries. Try planting that bean in that mound of earth. #juice#The Sopophorous Bean contains a thick silver juice that will remove the drinker's memory if drunk neat. You'll need to use that trowel. Swap to the trowel. It's just at the side of the book. You'll need that trowel to plant the bean. Good.  Now pick up that bean with your trowel. Just scoop up the bean with the trowel. Scoop up the bean with the trowel. Now to plant the bean. Just drop it into that hole in the dirt. See that hole in the mound of earth? Just drop the bean in. Just tilt your trowel over the hole to drop the bean in. One successfully planted bean. In Herbology class that would be enough. But we haven't any time to waste. Rotate the book to bring it into fruit. Now, we'll need to plant our bean. Use the trowel to dig a hole in the ground for me. See the trowel on the end of your controller? Dig it into the ground and scoop out a hole. Dig a hole in the ground for me. Good, now scrape the dirt back over the hole to cover it. Just scrape your trowel over the hole to cover it over with dirt. You need to fill up the hole with dirt! Scrape your trowel over the top. Let's see what the Sopophorous plant looks like! Turn your book around for me, let's see it fully grown. We need to grow our Sopophorous plant. Rotate the book. To grow your Sopophorous plant, simply rotate the book. And there it is, one fully-grown Sopophorous plant! Pick up the magnifying glass to get a closer look. Take care to examine the pods. Come along! The magnifying glass is just at the side of the book. There we are! If we want beans, we'll need to pluck ourselves some pods. Switch to those tongs. Just swap to the tongs at the side of the book. Very good. Now to pluck some beans for the Sleeping Potion! Keep your eyes open and pluck only the ripe ones. There's the bean, but we need to learn about the whole plant.  2.63, 2.77, 3.36, 3.71, 4.44, 4.69, 5.26, 6.35, 7.03, 7.26, 8.08, 8.26, 9.13 0, 0.32, 0.71, 0.93, 1.29, 1.77, 2.6, 3.37, 3.55, 3.74, 3.85, 4.05, 4.79, 4.95, 5.06, 5.28, 5.69, 6.43, 6.59, 7.23, 7.79, 8.34  2.34, 2.58, 2.99, 3.94, 4.27, 4.47, 5.15, 5.97, 6.64  2.37, 2.5, 3.17, 3.52, 4.25, 4.31, 4.96, 5.56, 6.01, 6.19, 6.31, 6.77, 6.9, 7.35, 7.95, 8.23, 8.61 Éè1ê    \¯,    zÚ;^®   à•õçâ   + g
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  1338. sleepingpotion_sopophorusbean_prepare.loc
  1339.   zi       Swap to the knife; then you can start chopping. Ah yes, but first the potion needs a stir. Now for the asphodel petals. Yes, none but I could have conceived such a cunning addition to the humble Sleeping Potion. Chop the Sopophorous Bean and add this savoury ingredient to your mixture. Right, put some more beans on the board. That'll do, we're ready. There! Our Sleeping Potion nears completion! Soon our enemies will be snoozing before us! That's good. Next it must be heated, carefully… Just so, just so. Well done. Pick up that flask of powdered asphodel petals and pour a handful into the cauldron. There! That simple addition has a profound impact on the Sleeping Potion's potency. Now that the asphodel petals have been added to the Sleeping Potion, we must next mix in essence of nettle. Another ingredient unique to my ingenious Sleeping Potion. Now the potion requires a high heat. Good, good. Now, what's the next step in the recipe? Ah yes. We must stir the Sleeping Potion once more. My congratulations to you, young potioneer. Our Sleeping Potion is nearly complete! 0, 0.38, 0.54, 1.04, 1.41, 1.6, 1.98, 2.46, 3.03, 3.67, 3.78, 3.95 ýc õ    ¸ýXí   09˜xÄ   [}@ œ   ÔÏ p    ¬v}µ   HóL G   aDÝÊž   »,‡â«   ÈK L¾   íGAÍ2  
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  1341. sleepingpotion_wormwood_gather.loc
  1342.   zi   2  ”We'd do well to have a stunning spell ready. You remember what to do.  Trace the line on the screen. Don't forget to hold down the Move button. Come along now! Hold down the Move button and follow the line on the screen. Very good. And just in time. Look! As I feared, the place is full of wildlife! You'll have to use your spell to defend the plants, just as before. We've a gnome infestation! Insufferable pests. Wait until one pops its head up. You can't hit them when they're underground! Stun them as soon as you see them, we don’t want their friends coming up to see what’s happening! Pixies! That's all we need! They're very fast. And they love causing mischief. There, look! It's hiding! Just wait… Wait a moment - it's hiding… It'll pop out in a moment! It's hiding over there! Wait for it… Where's he gone? Steady now, wait for it… He'll be back… Keep an eye out… There it is! There! Quick! There! Stun him now! There's one! Get him! He's popped his head out! Quick, get that one! There! There he is! Watch out! Now they’ve all come out to have a look! You'll have to Stun them all! A few more have come for a look! More of the foolish creatures have come for a look! He's brought more! You must Stun them while they are hiding. Here's more! You must Stun the first ones you see! Oh, now there's not enough wormwood for our potion! We'll have to try again. No! There's hardly any wormwood left! We'll have to start again. Flick your wand to stun these miscreants! A sharp flick of the wand is what you need. Stun them! Flick the wand towards the creatures.  A fine shot! Well done. Oh yes! Yes! Very good aim! Well cast! Got it! Haha! Well done. Good work! Oh that was very good. A hit!  #BREATHLESS#There! You've done it. You've saved the wormwood, ready for our Sleeping Potion, and you performed, well, acceptably. Well come on! We have all the wormwood we need for our Sleeping Potion. Start by grinding it. è? á     Iäf   G9@µÜ   B‡Š!   Ýä1uÄ   úû ñý   pƒt&ƒ   Ÿ5˜¥¤   í26+   Sa-­z   ¢ø$üÀ   ɏ#ÌV   è GYõ    f@ic     5Ÿê   *Š<ÎP   ;ý;þÆ   Vc_ke   gKôòF   zÒý£ü   ‡¥ú“j   •;ž É   ªL™6_   ·Õgå   À¢—Ws   Ú2(Jâ   ïÜ&+Î   öE/zt    ‚µÆ0    
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  1345. sleepingpotion_wormwood_prepare.loc
  1346.   zi       Good, we're making progress. Of course, drowsy valerian! Ideal for a Sleeping Potion, but first it must be chopped. Swap to your knife then. Grind fresh wormwood and add to the potion. Pick some up and put it in the bowl. We'll need a bit more than that; move more over. Get some more wormwood; we can grind the whole lot. We could have more in the bowl; move more over. Just the right amount. Switch to your pestle and we can get grinding. After the wormwood comes slow stirring; the Sleeping Potion is delicate. There's plenty of room for chopping. Add a bit more valerian. Use your wand to pick up some more. You need to pick up some more valerian. Add some more valerian, plenty of room. There's still room for more valerian. Perfect. We've got all the valerian we can chop now. Very good, very good. With the wormwood and valerian both added, our Sleeping Potion is coming along well. Now we must apply vigorous heat to our mixture. That's the stuff. Really put your back into it! That's been thoroughly heated, I should say. What's next? Ah yes! You must wave your wand over the Sleeping Potion's surface as if stirring the air above it. Stir the air above the Sleeping Potion with your wand. Come along. Wave your wand over the Sleeping Potion's surface. Simply wave your wand above the cauldron. There, sleepily and gently. Don't stop now. Keep going. Perfect! And, with that, the first stage of our Sleeping Potion is complete. ÷v­]    ˜i•:     ZÁl   tr ”­   åê×-   ¹9}xÄ   Þ)Kû>    °Bª„   C÷Nó§   s‚ §ÿ   Š€"04   ¹Ÿê³‹    ë ­    @r üº   dc= ï   Œú4BU   ´¨vØm   ÚŸ™¦l    ùE·   z…n®W   ª  ž   Ú® î.    
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  1348. spreadsystem_spreadsystem.loc
  1349.   zi   }    You haven't found any collectible ingredients from this chapter yet! Try another page. On this page you can try a challenge, or find out more about your house and wand. We've done this already. Turn to page three. We've done this bit! Turn to page three. Want to try a challenge with a friend? Use your wand to choose. Looks like you haven't found anything from this chapter! Turn to another page. We've been here before. Turn to page three. Here you can read my story again. Tempted? Of course you are! You haven't collected any ingredients from this chapter yet! Turn to another page. You can hear my life's story again on this page. Try turning to page three; we've done this. We've done this already. Turn to page five. On the left page, you can find out more about your house and wand. On the right, there are challenges that you can play with a friend. We've finished with this page. Turn to page five. Want to find out more about your house and wand? Or perhaps you wish to pit yourself against a friend or enemy? Here there are challenges to try with a friend; use your wand on the page! We’ve done this bit! Try page five. Here there are challenges for you to find out who has the finest potion-making skills! Turn to page five, we've finished here. Here you can look again at the tale of my life, and how I came to write this book, alone on Hermetray. We've already covered this. Try page seven. We've finished with this bit, turn to page seven instead. Use your wand on the page if you wish to hear my story again. Use your wand on the page to start mixing your own creations! No... try page seven. Ready? Use your wand on the page! Try page seven for me. We've already dealt with this. Turn to the last page. We're done with this! Turn to the final page! We're ready for the next challenge! Turn to the last page! Aren't you eager for the next challenge? Turn to the last page! Turn to the last page for me. No, find the last page. You're ready for the final page! Turn to page twelve for the next challenge!! Remember this one? Yes… this one was a classic. Here we are again. Now let me see… This ingredient should be familiar! Ah yes! We know this ingredient well. This one's familiar. Here we are… Yes, we've done this one. We've been here before… This is an ingredient you know very well. Ah, want to hear my story again, do you? You'll remember this story well. If you were paying attention last time… Ah yes, this one's always a favourite. Ah, another chance to tell my tale. Ready to hear it again? You can try the challenge again, or try your potion on the toad! Here you can try your completed potion on the toad! Want to give it a go? Would you like to have another go at the challenge, or try your completed potion on the toad? You can try the challenge again or try your completed potion on the toad! No, go back a page. You need to turn back a page; you're not yet ready for this. Too far! Go back one. Turn back a page; we're not ready for this yet. Go back a page, I think. Not yet… go back a page. Not yet, you need to turn back a bit. You're getting ahead of me! Go back to an earlier page. Turn back to the page before. Try an earlier page; we're not ready for this yet. No… try an earlier page. Turn back a bit, we don't need this yet. Turn back to page one. Let's look at the chapter's introduction. I haven't even introduced this chapter properly yet. Turn back to page one. You need to fully understand the nature of this potion. Turn back to page one. I don't think you've completed this chapter's introduction yet. Turn back to page one. We need to complete this chapter's introduction. Turn back to page one. You've skipped a bit! Turn back to page three and the first ingredient. You can't do this yet! Turn back to your first ingredient - page three! You haven't finished with your first ingredient yet! Turn to page three. It's no good ploughing on out of order. Turn back to page three! #Ahem!#Turn back to page three. Potion-making must be carried out in the correct order.  We've missed an ingredient. Turn to page five. Steady on! Turn to page five. This doesn't look right. No, no, didn't think so. Turn to page five instead, would you? Let's try page five instead. Turn to page five - that's where we need to be. We've missed a step, turn to page seven. No, this isn't the page we need. Turn to page seven instead. Let's see. No, no - we want to be looking at page seven. No, this isn't right. Potion-making requires order. And right now I'm ordering you to turn to page seven. We've missed an ingredient! Turn to page seven. Hold on! You weren't finished there! Wait a minute! Hold on! No, go back to that. We weren't finished there! Hold on… No, go back. Wait a minute… Not yet… Not so fast! Go back! Very well, let's come back to that later. Well, if you're in a rush. I suppose we could look at that some other time. Right, we can look at that later. Yes, we'll come back to that some other time if you like. Let's come back to that later then. Right, let's move on. What's next? Remember to go back later, there's more to find. There's more to find on that last page, go back later. Here we are… So, what's next? Let's see now… You might want to go back to that one later, I think there's something to find. Now then… Don't forget to look at that page again later. There's something still hidden. There's nothing here yet. Try another page, or close the book and try another chapter. There's nothing to see here… yet. Why not try another page, or close the book and try another chapter? In this chapter you can test your ingredient-gathering skills and potioneering against a friend - or mortal enemy, if you so choose. Each page has a new challenge for you and one of your friends to try. Here you can also look again at the story of my life and my masterpiece, the book you hold. Turn the pages, have a look! Ah, you haven't unlocked any of the challenges! Go back and continue your journey, and you'll unlock challenges that you can play with a friend. Close the book and choose another chapter. Ah, there's nothing here yet. Close the book and try another chapter, and soon you'll unlock challenges that you can play with a friend. There's nothing here yet. Close the book and try another chapter, and soon you'll unlock more of my story. Here we are! In this chapter you can experiment freely with your potion ingredients. Turn the pages to see all of the ingredients you've collected. Pick your choice of ingredients, then chop, juice, mash and bash to make up your very own concoction! Ah. Soon you'll be able to experiment with your very own concoctions in this chapter. But you haven't found enough collectible ingredients yet. Close the book and choose another chapter, and be sure to search everywhere! Remember this chapter? Fine work by you, I thought. Ah, memories. Ah yes. This was a good one. Some good ingredients here. Ÿ
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  1382.   zi   H  K Being an effective remedie against pustules, hives, boils and many other scrofulous conditions. This is a robust potion of powerful character. Care should be taken when brewing. Prepared incorrectly this potion has been known to cause boils, rather than cure them… Add crushed snake fangs to your cauldron and stir. Slice your Pungous Onions finely and place in cauldron, then heat the mixture. Add dried nettles. Add a dash of Flobberworm mucus and stir vigorously. Add a sprinkle of powdered ginger root and stir vigorously again. Add pickled Shrake spines. Stir gently, so as not to overexcite the Shrake spines. Add a glug of stewed horned slugs. Add porcupine quills. Finally, wave your wand over the cauldron to finish the potion. Carefully heat your cauldron. You must be sure to keep it at the correct temperature: potion-making is a delicate art. To brew the Cure for Boils you will need to prepare and add the ingredients in the correct order. Carefully add crushed snake fangs to your cauldron and stir. Potion-making is a highly delicate art; you must be sure to add the correct ingredients in the right order, or your potion may be spoiled. After adding the snake fangs, smoothly stir your mixture before adding the next ingredient. Pick up your spoon and dip it into the cauldron and stir it in circles to mix in your ingredients. Slice your Pungous Onions finely and place in cauldron, then heat the mixture. Use bellows to carefully heat your cauldron. Then add dried nettles. The next ingredient is chopped Pungous Onion. Chop carefully before adding. Be sure to pick up the pieces with your wand not your hands, as the ingredient is very pungent! Add dried nettle leaves. You will need to snip off enough nettle leaves for the potion. Add your nettle leaves one by one to your potion. Urtica dioica, the stinging nettle. Useful in potions, delicious in soups, and said to give you glossy hair. Finally, to complete the Cure for Boils wave your wand over the cauldron to complete your potion. There will be an element of wandwork for each potion you make. You will often find that you have to defend daisies from local wildlife before gathering them; a Stunning Spell can come in very handy here. After you have gathered your daisy roots, place them on a cutting board and give them a thorough chopping. Add chopped daisy roots to the Shrinking Solution. This cheerful little bloom is commonly considered a weed, but has a number of uses in potion-making. Chop the daisy roots most finely and add to cauldron. Add bottled hairy caterpillar. Shake your wormwood essence, add a dash, then stir vigorously. To finish the Shrinking Solution move your wand across and down in a motion over the cauldron and speak the incantation ‘Reducio!’ A more subtle potion than many appreciate at first savour, the Shrinking Solution causes creatures to shrink to a younger form. The potion is best used on such hardy and monstrous creatures as will not yield to charms or jinxes, though it is also known as a great aide to revenge (and, to my dismay, practical jokes…)  Juice the Shrivelfigs and add to cauldron. Stir slowly then gently heat. Chop the daisy roots most finely and add to cauldron. Add bottled hairy caterpillar. Shake your wormwood essence, add a dash, then stir vigorously. Juice several leeches and add a dash of their juice to the cauldron, then stir slowly. Add a sprinkle of powdered rat spleen  and a dash of cowbane essence. Stir slowly  then apply a high heat. Move your wand across and down in a motion over the cauldron and speak the incantation ‘Reducio!’ The Shrinking Solution requires leech juice. True potioneers catch leeches by simply dipping a leg or arm into the water. After gathering your leeches you must juice them before they can be added to the cauldron. A good juicing brings out the leech's powerful properties. Not to mention its flavour. Hirudo medicinalis, the medicinal leech: popular among Muggle healers (who believe that the blood-sucking creatures are able to treat illnesses) and useful to wizards in potion-making. The Shrinking Solution requires Shrivelfig juice. Though the best specimens are found in Abyssinia, the Shrivelfig grows abundantly in certain areas of Europe. Some recipes require the Shrivelfigs to be peeled, but a right thorough juicing usually suffices. Juice the Shrivelfigs and add to cauldron. Stir slowly then gently heat. A magical plant with powerful properties in potions. The finest Shrivelfig specimens are found in Abyssinia. Wizards have been using shrinking solutions for many years; they are particularly convenient when transporting livestock, as an entire herd of pigs can be carried in the pocket. There was also the famous case of wizard Samuel Plunkett, who poured Shrinking Solution into the well of a village that had persecuted him, then spent his birthday chasing the shrunken villagers in hobnail boots. The Beautification Potion requires ground fairy wings. To collect fairy wings we first need to catch some fairies. Catch three, grind their wings, then add to cauldron. Stir slowly, then add morning dew. Stir vigorously, then heat the mixture. Fairies are small, dim-witted magical creatures. Wizards often use fairies as decorations and their wings are used in a number of potions. The Beautification potion is nearly complete! Finally, wave your wand over the cauldron to complete the potion. A delicate concoction, appreciated by connoisseurs.   The potion is itself among the most beauteous, and not merely in its effects, which can cause admirers to mob the beautified drinker. The results are temporary and normal appearance will return swiftly once the drinker stops taking the potion. Grind the wings from three fairies and add to cauldron. Stir slowly, then add morning dew. Stir vigorously, then heat the mixture. Find a single fresh rose. Pluck seven petals and add to cauldron. Chop the dried Lady's Mantle and add to cauldron, then stir. Add a lock of unicorn hair and stir vigorously. Add powdered ginger root and then heat. Lastly, wave your wand over the cauldron to finish the potion. There are over a hundred species in the genus Rosa. Wizards and Muggles alike have been breeding garden roses for thousands of years. Next the Beautification Potion requires a single fresh rose. Pluck seven petals and add to cauldron. Chop the dried Lady's Mantle and add to cauldron, then stir.  My Beautification Potion took a long time to perfect. As it only works on humans, or creatures of human-like appearance, and as I live on an island with nothing but sheep and rats for company, I tested the Beautification Potion on myself. Having no mirror, I regularly visited the shore to check my appearance in the sea. After a few weeks' trial, I noticed that boats full of young Muggle women were circling my island, calling things such as ‘cooee!’ and ‘give us a kiss, handsome!’ As even my own mother used to refer to me as ‘Fungus Face,’ it became clear that my Beautification Potion had been a success. I stopped taking it forthwith, and frightened the young women away by appearing on the shore in my right appearance the following day, wearing nothing but my favourite loincloth. Unicorn hair is essential for the Beautification Potion. It is usually harvested from trees and brambles where it has become caught. Trying to get the hair any other way is tricky. Add the unicorn hair to the cauldron. Almost impossible to catch, the unicorn is one of the most beautiful of magical beasts. They are also quite renowned in myth; even Muggles seem vaguely aware of their existence. The Sleeping Potion is nearly ready! Simply wave your wand over the potion to finish its brewing. The Sleeping Potion requires Flobberworm mucus. Flobberworms are hardly difficult to catch. You must be sure not to overfeed them once you have caught them. Flobberworms are so tough and docile that you can extract their mucus without doing them any harm. Flobberworms are dull things best suited to lying still and eating, hence it is their mucus that primarily interests the potioneer.  A Sleeping Potion powerful enough to subdue monsters and giants. With this, many a potioneer has overcome dangerous magical beasts and triumphed where famous duellists have failed.  This classic potion has been improved by my own innovative use of asphodel. Crush the wormwood, add to cauldron. Stir slowly. Chop the valerian, add to cauldron, and apply a high heat. Juice your Flobberworm and add its thick mucus to your cauldron. Stir vigorously then apply a low heat and then give it another stir. Chop the Sopophorous bean and add to cauldron. Stir the mixture quickly, then heat. Add a sprinkle of powdered asphodel petals and a dash of essence of nettle. Heat the potion a final time, then stir slowly. Wave your wand over the cauldron to finish the potion. Next the Sleeping Potion requires chopped Sopophorous Bean. I prefer to use perfectly ripe beans in my potions, so you must only pluck the ripe ones. Under-ripe pods will simply snap; the overripe ones can be a little… messy. Chop the Sopophorous Bean and add this savoury ingredient to your mixture. This bean has a powerful soporific effect- it makes you fall asleep. It is a key ingredient in my potent Sleeping Potion. This is my own creation, the strongest sleeping potion ever created. It is effective on gigantic monsters, and you should be particularly careful not to breathe in the fumes. So powerful is this Sleeping Potion that it can give the drinker the appearance of death.  Wizard Norville Bezerko slipped this potion into the Butterbeer of his love rival Perseus Ecklington on the eve of Ecklington’s wedding to Daisy Twemlove. Ecklington fell into a deep sleep, and Bezerko promptly presented himself at Daisy’s house, with the news that Ecklington had died of panic at the prospect of marrying her. Daisy, a remarkably silly witch, believed him and promised to marry Bezerko the moment they had buried Ecklington. Unfortunately for Bezerko, Ecklington woke up at the very moment that the coffin was being lowered into the ground, and in the ensuing brawl, Bezerko acquired an elephant’s trunk and six ears, which hampered his chances of finding another bride. Next add essence of wormwood to the Sleeping Potion. Wormwood can be gathered fairly easily, although I’ve often noted that the flavourful plants can attract magical beasts, so we should be on the lookout! Grind your wormwood and add to the potion. This bitter, acrid herb is widely used as a flavouring and as a potion ingredient. The Laughing Potion requires Billywig wings. Billywigs normally fly too fast to be spotted by Muggles - you will need a keen eye to catch them. Before adding the Billywig wings pour in a ladleful of clear spring water and add the Alihotsy leaves. A curious creature from the Antipodes (today more commonly known as Australia) specimens of the Billywig are extremely useful in potion-making. The Laughing Potion is nearly complete. Wave your wand over the cauldron to finish the potion. Are you ready to leave your competitors contorted with laughter? A potion to induce uncontrollable merriment. A finely-balanced potion requiring delicacy of touch. If made incorrectly, the results can vary from hysterical mania to deep and inconsolable melancholy. Add clear spring water into your cauldron. Chop your alihotsy leaves and add them to the water. Stir slowly. If you stir too fast you damage the leaves' mirthful properties. Grind up your Billywig wings and add them to the cauldron. Stir slowly. Add three Knarl quills (no more, no less). Heat the mixture, stir vigorously  then heat again. Shave your Puffskein and scatter hair over the surface of your potion. Stir quickly and apply a high heat, then add a sprinkle of horseradish powder. Stir the potion and heat for the last time. Finally, wave your wand over the cauldron to finish the potion. Knarl quills are a must for the Laughing Potion. Pluck the quills from your Knarl and add three (no more, no less) to the potion. Heat the mixture, stir vigorously  then heat again. The Knarl is a bad-tempered beast found in Northern Europe and America. Their penchant for vandalism is often the cause of trouble for wizard children. Next the Laughing Potion requires hair from a Puffskein. Shave your Puffskein and scatter hair over the surface of your potion. Stir quickly and apply a high heat, then add a sprinkle of horseradish powder The Puffskein is a peaceful, yellow furry creature with a long tongue. I am not a big laugher myself, but laughing potions may have their uses beyond foolish recreation. I set myself the challenge of refining an old Laughing Potion handed down by my distressingly giggly great-grandmother, and I am pleased to say that I have succeeded in creating a potion that can create unrestrained mirth for up to five days, depending on the nature and weight of the drinker. I used this once in a most satisfying way.  A Muggle neighbour of mine on the Isle of Harris thought himself a most humorous fellow. Determined to make fun of the Hermit of Hermetray (me), he tried to lure me from my potion-making by pretending to attack the island, or by sending over fake messages from sick members of my family, or simply by bellowing across the waters that I was a madman and a loon. I therefore invited him one day for a drink, which he accepted.  The brimming cup of Laughing Potion did its work, and the great buffoon laughed for a week, until he was so sick and exhausted that he retired to a silent monastery, where he begged that nobody would ever do anything funny in his presence ever again. Your Doxycide requires a highly noxious ingredient: Bundimun acid. Carefully extract the acid, add it to the cauldron and stir quickly. The Bundimun. A foul creature that feeds on dirt and grime, hiding in houses and rotting them from the inside. One of the most magically powerful of beasts, their hide, blood, heart, liver and horn all possess magical properties. It is their liver that we are primarily interested in for our Doxycide. Dragon liver is an extremely potent magical ingredient, used in some of the most powerful potions. Add a dash of hemlock essence and stir again. Add a glug of cowbane essence and a dash of tormentil tincture.  Lastly, Doxycide requires a vigorous final gesture with the wand. A potion of prodigious power, to repulse the vile Doxy. Students of my work may wonder why I chose to devote my genius to deterring these fairy-like nuisances. Suffice it to say that even hermits suffer from household pests . Hence I created this, a full-bodied venomous mixture, yet well-rounded. Juice the Bundimun. Add the Bundimun acid to the cauldron and stir quickly. Grind the Streeler shells and add to cauldron. Stir the potion then heat. Add chopped dragon liver and stir vigorously. Add a dash of hemlock essence and stir again. Add a glug of cowbane essence and a dash of tormentil tincture. Stir slowly then heat the cauldron. Wave your wand over the cauldron to finish the potion.  I created Doxycide because swarms of these vile creatures, which resemble ugly hairy fairies with poisonous fangs, used to descend upon my island home every autumn. They will happily feed upon a single witch or warlock, draining their blood until their poor victim collapses. It took many attempts to create a potion sufficiently powerful to repel Doxys. One of my previous concoctions had the unfortunate effect of making the Doxys red-hot and fiery, which neither the Doxys nor I enjoyed. By using a spell, it is possible to halt Streelers so that their shells can be removed. Grind the Streeler shells. Try not to inhale. Add the ground shells to the cauldron, stir the potion then heat.  The African Streeler is one of the most venomous creatures in the world and it leaves smoking trails of scorched ground wherever it goes. A serpent of fire: it is born from the embers of untended magical fires, and so is particularly dangerous to wizards who are not mindful of their fires when cooking or brewing potions. Felix Felicis requires an Ashwinder egg: be very careful when gathering it. Add the Ashwinder egg to the cauldron, then add powdered horseradish and heat.  Your Felix Felicis is nearly complete. Finally, wave your wand over the potion in a figure of eight and say the incantation ‘Felixempra!’ Mine own invention, my masterpiece; the crowning achievement of my career. Bottled good fortune. Brewed correctly the drinker of this potion will be lucky in all their endeavours, but be warned; excessive consumption is highly toxic and can cause extreme recklessness. Fans of Quidditch were quick to protest that a potion which gives the drinker good luck was hardly fair and use of my potion was banned, quite rightly, from all competitive events  â€¦ except potion-making tournaments. Add Ashwinder egg to cauldron, then add powdered horseradish and heat. Juice squill bulb, add to cauldron and stir vigorously. Chop up anemone-like growth on back of Murtlap, add to mixture and heat. Add a dash of tincture of thyme and stir slowly. Grind  up Occamy eggshell and add to mixture. Stir slowly then heat the cauldron. Add a sprinkle of powdered common rue. Stir vigorously then heat the cauldron one last time. Wave wand over potion in a figure eight and say incantation 'Felixempra!' Occamy eggshells are soft silver, and can be gathered with care from Occamy nests. Grind up your Occamy eggshell and add it to the mixture. Stir slowly then heat the cauldron. Add a sprinkle of powdered common rue. Stir vigorously then heat the cauldron one last time. The Occamy is a legendary creature from the Far East . It is extremely aggressive and should be approached only in direst need. Squill are a number of brightly-coloured flowering plants in the family Asparagaceae. Juice squill bulb, add the juice to the cauldron and stir vigorously. Chop up anemone-like growth from the back of the Murtlap, add to mixture and heat. Add a dash of tincture of thyme and stir slowly. Felix Felicis, or liquid luck, as it is often known, is my masterpiece, the jewel in my potion-making crown. While I lived, I disliked any visitors to my island, and generally repelled intruders, to ensure that they would not return. One day, however, I came across a thin and ragged youth lying face-down on the slippery black rocks near my home. He was pitifully weak and told me only that his name was Tertius. I took him back to my cave and nursed him back to health. He told me the story of his life and a hard one it was. The youngest of three orphaned brothers, Tertius had been the only wizard in a family of non-magical folk.  Frightened of his strange powers, his older siblings broke his wand and chased him out of the house after his parents died. 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