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Quidditch is a sport from the Harry Potter series of books, where participants ride broomsticks and attempt to force balls through hoops suspended on top of long poles and/or catch a self-propelled ball called the Golden Snitch. Always use in conjunction with the [harry-potter] tag and any relevant tags.

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Presumably, almost every game of Quidditch ends because the Snitch is caught. As Oliver Wood explains in Chapter Ten of Philosopher's Stone: A game of Quidditch only ends when the Snitch is … in Chapter Six of Quidditch Through the Ages with one addition: A game of Quidditch only ends when the Golden Snitch has been caught, or by mutual consent of the two team Captains. There is …
answered Jun 30 by Alex
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It would be too awkward for him Harry does not seem to know how to deal with the fact that his friends are poor. Throughout the series they almost never discuss money, even though Harry spends litera …
answered Aug 19 '18 by Alex
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While the theoretical purpose of Bludgers may indeed be to knock players off their brooms, in practice all they really do at Hogwarts is cause minor injuries. This can be seen from the exchange betwee …
answered Oct 27 '18 by Alex