• Character Edgar Cloggs is a ghost who has been hanging around the Hogwarts Quidditch pitch as long as anyone can remember. Edgar was obviously a pretty good player in his day (Games). Read More
• Rules and laws Educational Decree Number Twenty-five gave the Hogwarts High Inquisitor (Dolores Umbridge) “supreme authority” over all punishments at Hogwarts. Provisions Decree Twenty-five gave Umbridge the ability to overrule other teachers on matters of discipline (OP19). Reasoning and implications Umbridge went to the Minister for Magic Cornelius Fudge… Read More
• Character Ellerby is one-half of the broom manufacturing partnership Ellerby & Spudmore. He (or she) and Able Spudmore developed the Tinderblast and Swiftstick models of broom (QA9, Pm:Quidditch). Read More
• Broomsticks Ellerby & Spudmore are the company name of the broom manufacturing team of Ellerby (given name unknown) and Able Spudmore, based in the Black Forest of Germany (QA9, Pm). They launched the slow but sturdy Tinderblast broom in 1940. This was followed in 1952 by the release of the faster … Read More
• Character Elodie Dembélé was one of the Chasers on the Ivory Coast National Team at the Quidditch World Cup tournament in 2014 (Pm:Quidditch). Although Dembélé scored most of Ivory Coast’s goals, her team lost their initial match against the Norwegian National Team by a score of… Read More
• Character Emmeline Vance was a member of the Order of the Phoenix, both in the 1970s and in the 1990s. She was part of the Advance Guard that escorted Harry from number four, Privet Drive to number twelve, Grimmauld Place (OP3, OP9). She is described as a stately-looking witch… Read More
• Character Eunice Murray played Seeker for the Montrose Magpies Quidditch team. She died in 1942. Murray petitioned for a speedier Golden Snitch for the game of Quidditch, as she felt the current model was too slow (QA7). Read More
• Character Eurig Cadwallader played Seeker for the Welsh National Team at the 2014 Quidditch World Cup. Read More
• Quidditch Established in 1652, this competition is held every three years (QA8). Read More