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With so many ways to commit a foul during Quidditch, it is easy to go wrong during a match. Here are some of the fouls we think exist.
Although Hermione has never shown an interest in Quidditch, Ron becomes convinced that being a good Quidditch player is the only way to win her affections.
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With the release of Mudbloods quickly approaching, Tori suggested we do a Quidditch WOULD YOU RATHER. Last week she asked: Would you rather be a beater or a seeker? This week we are looking at the other two positions on a Quidditch team:
About a week ago I was watching a Quidditch match on YouTube. At one point in the game, a Chaser was standing directly next to the Snitch. He was standing there for some time while a play was happening that didn’t involve him. This raised a question in my mind. Can only the Seeker catch the Snitch? I had never thought of this before. It would make for an interesting game if a Seeker was diving for a Snitch and some random Beater came out of nowhere to snatch it up for the opposing team. While I’m sure that Muggle Quidditch players have done their research on the subject, and the Chaser I was observing was doing as he was supposed to do within the rules of the game, I wanted to make sure.