• Headlines and advertisements Our Chasers Aren’t Cheating! was a Quidditch article published in the Daily Prophet on 22 June 1884. It recorded the introduction of a new rule outlawing more than one Chaser at a time entering the scoring area, which would now draw a foul and penalty. Quidditch fans were… Read More
• Quidditch Cobbing is a Quidditch foul for “excessive use of elbows” (GF8, QA6). History All known fouls, including cobbing, were committed during the very first Quidditch World Cup of 1473 (QA6). The Bulgarian team’s Keeper, Zograf, fouled Irish Chaser Mullet with his elbows during the 1994 Quidditch World… Read More