Changes in Quidditch Since the Fourteenth Century
Synopsis by Michele L. Worley
Notes and links by Michele L. Worley
First US edition: pages 17 - 31
In which the rules of Quidditch,
and changes in them since the fourteenth century, are discussed.
Interesting facts and notes about the text of this chapter:
Characters introduced in this chapter:
Characters returning in this chapter:
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The full list of these fouls, however, has never been made available to
the wizarding public. It is the Department's view that witches and
wizards who see the list "might get ideas".
I was fortunate enough to gain access to the documents relating to these
fouls while researching this bok and can confirm that no public good
can come of their publication.
First World Cup.
Ban on using wands against the opposing team in a Quidditch match
International Confederation of Wizards establishes the right to
carry a wand at all times. This time period coincides with the
period when wizards were planning their retreat into hiding.
Department of Magical Games and Sports formed.