• Source In which the rules of Quidditch, and changes in them since the fourteenth century, are discussed. Read More
• Quidditch A round red seamless leather ball, 12 inches in diameter – that is, about the size of a Muggle football – one of the four balls used in playing the game of Quidditch. Read More
• Magical effects Several charms are used to make the game of Quidditch possible: The Quaffle is enchanted to make it fall more slowly than would otherwise be the case. This spell was invented by Daisy Pennifold, hence the modern Quaffle is referred to as a Pennifold Quaffle. The Golden Snitch is enchanted… Read More
• Sports and competitions A modified “Quaffle” used in the game of Quodpot, which explodes if it is in play too long before being placed in the “pot” of Quodpot solution (which serves as a kind of goal in the game) (QA8). Read More