I don't think so, not physically at least, but he said it himself."You think you've won? Ha! You don't make the plans, I do, Me. Only I know how this all turns out."
He knew exactly what was going on. He knows exactly what is coming next.
On Unrelated news, I think my favourite thing about this arc was showing that Ludo was learning magic. Taking this goofy fuck up of a villian and showing that no, he isn't quite just a lazy spoiled creature looking to throw his weight and status around. He is a runt, a weak little runt who has fought tooth nail and claw for everything. He gets the magic wand and what does he do, he wants to learn, he wants to master this magic and he wants to fight for it. It would have been nice to see a reflection of that with him trying to rule the kingdom but I guess the important thing was showing his mental dependance on the wand/toffee.
Also two little things that I must have misunderstood or not noticed, why was magic dying out all over the kingdom
, and why did Toffee not care about Moon casting that cursed spell again or was he just that confident that magic was dead and the wand was useless.