Rules of Quidditch
Balls There are three kinds in all. Four are used in the game.
Quaffle: Large and red, about the size of a Soccer
ball, used to score goals. (Worth Ten Points)
Bludger: Two in a game, black. Slightly smaller than
a Quaffle, fly around trying to knock players off brooms.
Snitch: Most important Ball in the game. Tiny, the
size of a golf ball with wings, very fast and hard to catch.
Seven play at one time for each team.
Chaser: Throw the Quaffle to each other trying to
score goals. Three on each team.
Keeper: Kind of like a Soccer goalie. Guards the goal
posts. One player at a time.
Beater: Uses a baseball-like bat to knock the
bludgers at the other team. Two players.
Seeker: Flys around trying to catch the Golden Snitch, scoring 150 points if caught.
One player at a time.
- No Time limit.
- Each goal scored by Chasers is 10 points.
- Penalty shots are given when you get fouled.
- Catching the Snitch is 150 points.
- The game is over when the Snitch is caught.
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