The Quidditch World Cup 1805 tournament took place somewhere in Britain between 1798 and 1811, while Artemisia Lufkin was Minister for Magic. The actual year is not specifically mentioned in canon – it could have taken place in 1801. Background Minister of Magic Lufkin, who was in office from 1798… Read More
The Quidditch World Cup 1809 tournament is especially remembered for “The Attack of the Killer Forest“, after a disastrous event followed the final match between Romania and New Spain (QWC). Read More
He soon comes up with several important improvements to the governance of the Wizarding World, including a workable definition of “Beast” and “Being” and and creating separate divisions for them in the Department for the Regulation and Control of Magical Creatures (FB). Read More
After a match against the Appleby Arrows in 1814, the Bangers attempted to capture a Hebridean Black dragon as their team mascot. Their foolishness led to their being banned from playing ever again (QA5). Read More
Logistical difficulties plague efforts to get students to and from Hogwarts while adhering to the Statute of Secrecy. Minister for Magic Ottaline Gambol, who appreciates Muggle innovation, comes up with the idea of using a steam engine. The exact origin of the Hogwarts Express is uncertain, but it is rumoured… Read More
Xavier Rastrick, the famous wizard entertainer, vanishes unexpectedly while tap dancing for a crowd of 300 in Painswick and is never seen again (FW). Read More